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TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1925 PG II

THE MICHIIGAN

DAILY

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HONOR FIRST DEAN
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1)11.DI E 4IZA )IOSHER, '7519 WILL

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BX HlON!OR GUEST AT HIOTIEL
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COPELAND TO SPEAK
Dr. Eliza M. Mosher, '75M, first dean
of women at the University of Mich-
igan, will be honored by a dinner to-
morrow night at the Hotel Roosevelt
in Brooklyn, N. Y.
According to the committee inj
charge, the proportions of the occas-.
ion have far exceeded in eery way
the original expectations. It is an-
ticipated that several hundred persons
wvill attenr the dinner. Among the var-
ious organizations who are taking
tables are the Brooklyn Chamber of
Commerce, the King's County Medical
Society, the American Posture league,
and Alumni Associations of various
universities who will decorate their
own tables in college colors.
The program includes the presenta-
tion by various speakers of Dr. 1Mosh-1
er's many interests and activities, to
which Dr. Mosher will respond. Amiong
tihe speakers will be Ilion. Royal S.
Copeland, Dr. Stephen Pilcher, Mr.
William Seaman Bainbridge, Mr. Hen-
ry Nobel, president of Vassar college.
and lHon. Arthur S. Somers, president
of the Brooklyn Chamber of Coin-

moerce. The name of James Rowland
Angell, '90, president of Yale univer-
sity appears on the committee.
Dr. Mosher will be presented lby a,
testimonial of intrinsic and lasting
value as well as a handsome portfolio
containing scores of letters of beau-
tiful tribute which have accumulated
during the arrangements for the
dinner. The May number of the
"Woman's Medical Journal" ,will be de-
voted entirely to Dr. Mosher and this
dinn er.

Mrs. Mallory's discussion group will
meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Lane
hall.
A meeting of the Finance committee
of the Y. W. C. A. will be held at 3
o'clock today in Newberry hall.
All freshmen who have not had an
opplortunity to try out for the pageant
may do so at 4 o'clock tomorrow, in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold a busi-
ness meeting at 7:45 o'clock Wed-'
nesday in Room 231, Martha Cook.
All members are requested to be
present.
A business meeting of the garden
section of the Faculty Women's club
will be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow at
the clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls street.
All members of the executive board
of the W. A. A. will meet at 5 o'clock
tomorrow in B~arbour gymnasium.
Home-made candy will be on sale
today in the corridor of the Univer-
sity School of Music. The sale is
sponsored by and the proceeds5 are
for the benefit of the Symphonic Lea-
gue.
Dublin, March 23.-1~anionn (de Val-
era. Irish Republican leader, has madle
it known that the Sin Fein chief
council has decided unanimously to
puit forward Republican candidates in
the Ulster elections.
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j in Our Bread, the staff-o'-life.
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wild muscle, mineral salts toen

VOCTIOAL EC'U~tESBASK~ETBAL4L SCHIEDULE
VOC~____LETUES MASQUES ) PRESENTIMICHIGAN SCORES Idi
ant professor of Personnel Man- 4PA ~A 10D0II UIPU IR 1 C ':00 1. M. Seniors vs. freshmen
a u~n in tile department of (IPLU SiTM ORR UWI' IHIN 1111 L Juniors vs. sophomors 1
speak on "Opportunities for Wo- T'omlorow
taen in industry" at the third FIRT ROUIP PRESENTED (TILL MA1[ IIKflE SCORE 175 ACAINSTLI 4:00 P. Al. Kappa Delta vs. !
of at series of vocational guid- INCLUDE THREE ONE-ACT f ALI1'OINI A'S 455 IN IPRONE Delta Gamma ('
ance lectures to be given at PLAYTSt POSITION b_______________________
4 :15 o'clock tomorrow. The C1
Ioher speaker for this series is ANNOUNCE PROGRAM RECEIVE RECOGNITION1'a
Miss Margaret Storey, a mnembier_______
of the Blonstelle Players of the M i.I . p.i.g.MA I LNAR SP1AKSf
' oselePlyoueofDtriques dramatic society will pre- Michigan deeated tie University
who will tell of the "Opportuni- ;sent the first of a series of plays at l of California by a score of 475 to 455 e o oe nDaais" j8ocok oorwi aa awl nterfemthso uigls N 9T M H L S
Miss Elliott will talk at Helen iAngell hall, Three one act plays will week This match was for the prone
Stoey esidecand Mihosse. be presented, every one of a distinctly position only and the scores for the The last of the series of luncheons
dtr y a e s a b u o s . (ifferen t ty pe. "R eh ea rsal," w hich is , five h ig h est M ich ig an m ark sm en w ere sp o n so red by th e in tern a tio n a l ela -1bi g p o u e b y s c al r a n -I as f l w : A n W h l r, ' 6 s o e t o s c m i t e of h e o alr n hj
beingby I96 ┬░ Mary Alshouse, '27 Ed, score 93
g[H cn with Norman Lee Swartout, isi Genevieve Wright, '5 cr 4 et fthe American Association of Uni-
Ia comedy which deals with a girls rude Benham, '28, score 96; Maurine y~estrdaWoMnss ginatlam theno
Sdramatic club rehearsing a play It1 Jones '28 score 96.Iyetra. Ms MriLnarth
a ih int, yEretD.oi,1oth ih(fWmnsrfl emis Bworischolaggraduathe Phvork
NTR TUNY is humorous and entertaining. "Pe- Offcial recognition has been granted frthrorshlrfo h
isalihfatswhc will be es- b the ailRfe association and I the political science department, spoke
i -- ~pecially pleasing. "Voices" i a heavy shipments of targets, ammunition, and n the relations between tie United
Alpha Omicron Pi will cter the and more serious play. rifles have been sent to the local Sae n h hlipnsado
intexhouse basketball finals as a re-1 The general chairman of this seiiesI organization by that association,h niipraitlau. Ms
suit of the semi-finals playedl yester-iFlrne cob,'5AsitnUdrCloeGoge.aDrc- the greetings of the women at the,
day in Barbour ~chairman, Charlotte Harrison, '26' t or' of civilian marksmanship, tie N. ___________________________
lainBrorgymnasium between iChairman of properties, Beata Wagner, R.A. apportions the appropriation made ________________________
their team andl Martha. Cook. The '25; Chairmnan of costumes,Margaret jlby Congress for maintaining civilian
score was 19 to 5. At tihe end of thej Beal, '25;, chairman of music, LucilleI interest in marksmanship. This i
rfe The beauty and fragrance
first half the score was entirely on Bellamy, '25. the first time that a women's rfeesd fApaOnco ibtte Tecs n ietr ftepa emo hsUiest a enr-I o lwr aete h
dothe y si efAamicio Pp b the c follow: cognized by the N. R. A. and the first finest kind of decoration for
REIILAR.SALI 'time since 1922 that any Michigan
oii~~~~~~~l~ hafdetFh kl fMnnI~reda, the director. ".... Marion Van- 1 team has received it. From 1916 to your room.
Branch, '25, and Bernice Crowder, '25.ul 2 92,wt iek uio h a
Notable playing for the victors was hIstn .TMtid u yrild '28 per, iod, a rteam forinme wa r-1i
shown by Helen Boorman, '25 whoBaar......RnPvi,'2 ganized uinder Prof. Clyde E. Wilson , Phone 115I
shot baskets for 17 of th~e 19 points,1
and Mar ,2=7 ho ledSonia.......... Louise Rittenhouse '27' of the Engineering college, first unde ri1
an' MayGe hed,'7 h e Directed by Nellie Rittenhouse '251 the athletic association and then lode- (Couin (ir;' V
thedeene. ~nhuiasicsupor ws THE PIERlIOT OF THlE MINUTE" ;pendently. ~ A ~~iJ& i l
fvormi o the ilns arthacuooateam Pierrot........... era Johnston, '23 According to Captain L. Mv. Bricker, 61 Iniest
for te Marha Cok tem. IMoon Lady ...... Phyllis Heahnle, 27 coach, the women's team has been 61I.Uiest
The line-ups were as follows: Directed by Phyllis Loughten, '283 somewhat hand~icalped this year by'
Alphla OmierUTOIi M li'tlimi Cook I "VOICES" the lack of ammunition and an ade-
Boorman .......... F........ Branch' 'ie.....PylsLugtn 2 ut rnebtsne ohhv o Yu re ilreceive
Peckham ......... F.........GClines'Yon....PylsLuhe 8qut ag u ic ohhv o
J.Gensils ..C...DaeelIThe Other ........Minerva Miller, '27 been provided there ;ire excellent mt and courteous
M. Greenshields .. . G.........Fly Directed by Minerva Miller, '27 prospects for te tea for next year. ateio
Boer.............. G... ,.... Cowder Subscribe for The ichelign Daily HAVE Y'OU SUBSCRIBEDI YETI ________________
Lawton ......... . C . . ....... W alker __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Advises College
GirlApplicant! D R Y ®Cleaners=I
"College women if of goodl applear- ; S----
onc e and strong personaity should E N RA
apply for positions~ in person with the : ' r"'
desire and the ability to (d0 service." j '?'AP RESSE.RS.1 oALA u
states Miss Kathierina u H ill tE AL F
dent of the Ann Arbor Business and : OR. ANDI) - 'Lla' UIN
Professional 'Woman's club. Miss DEIE Ifg6 8 L TN
Tuomy advises the college girl to give,1 M
good references if possible as to the"
qualification for the particular post-_______"
tion in question. "Give evidence of I ____________
smconfidence in your own ability at the le 2
ientapernbosflsi Ph ncthat you may inspire the confidence of mx: oo
others in you."
If applying by letter Miss Tuomy E. STEIN - - PROPRIETOR i
adds proper English, penmanship and l I ."... ......................,n...... .... ::...-. ,............,.. ......,: ..:
stationery aire important factors since FR ANC ESF P E
theyentechrdenotee onid-.'I#Iharacter.lll#lliifllfl"One!! consi:ditlltllltll!U-l11l1Wlilllli-#
eration which is of major importance ; - (et
whether in anppyini in ierson 01' by IAU.G'yU1S JiLE
letter is good health. Employers have -!I
their employees shiould be sufficiently jlj
goodso hat bsece fom ork illEM ILY STO K '
not impede the progress of their bus-I
mness or profession. - *'Ij f 1 j
ATHENA GIVES PROGRAM jh,!,III 111 1AIHKYN ME
-- -'(thic[
Athenax will hold its regular neetimg
at 7:15 o'clock when the followin"' ILO R ETTA D Es"
program will 1be presented : "The -"Ir !,"- _!___ - , . i (M liltidgan11
Truth About Mark Twain," lby Alic'eI-___
IGoudy, '27; ''The Lure of Limericks," rI Illl1:111 _r M AR IO CHAIN
by Cecelia Vallie, '28; "William Allen=I (lici-t
White's Estimate of Books,"~ by l:+:lna - .I" (Meti'
Viegler, '27, and "Amy Lowell's Ve I:
sion of Feat's Love Story," by Iti. 1 'O R
mnet- Coffman, '28. -I-
1 The music section of the Faculty iWVR E C

Women's lub willmeet at o'cloc
tomorrow at the home of Mrs. G. . " ThefNettleton 'Dundeef
Bl3eekcman, 1422 White street. A bod o fr nV I CENT E B AI
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERITISERS lc adbo- usa af=(Net]
1 ~_____________ Also many other styles. CHARLES T1
IIRVING WARMOLTS, D, S C.r
('RAilU1'F AND RFIGI',CERFS W h 's / hoe Stor
IChiropodist Orthopedist S oe-' ' E N RI SCOT'
1747 N. University Ave Phon~e 226 1 Down Town 108 S. Main (lid
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States and the Philippines andlOon Since 1898, up to 1923, the money spent
American college womemn. She told on the. Philippines by the government
of her experiences in getting ac- has totaled $438,261,717.63, which was
quainted in Boston and other eastern li for the upkeep of the army and the
cities' last summer, and of time (ifficul- navy in tihe Philippines and not for
ties which a foreign girl has in travel- ' education, while one third of the taxes
ing. !in the Philippimnes are for education,
"The Anti-Imperialist league is according to the speaker. Further
practically dead," the speaker said. figures which were given on the edu-
"It was foundedl'in 1898 in Boston and cation and religion question in the
believed that the United States should ( Philippines are: More than 1,000,000
not take the Philippines, as it was ; are enrolled in the public schools;
against time policy of the United; in the census of 1918, 54.6 percent of
States." Miss Lanzar told of the manyE the population was literate; only 4
famous men who had belonged to the1 percent of the population are Mohiam-
league and the value of the corres-! med.
pondence of the organization in re--
minding the government of its duties. Subscribe for Time lilciulgan Daily

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cleverly trimmed with col-

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