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tHURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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INDUSTlLWR DEAN GIVES TEA
1rMrs Jean Hamilton assisted by Mis
U Grace Rich-rds, Miss Fandira'Crocke
and Miss E. C. Goddard entertaine
S UBJECT UOF I L the oriental women at tea yesterda
---- afternoon. Miss Soong May Yon
SHISS MARGARET ELLIOTT AD- spoke briefly on the objective inter
DRESSES WOMEN IN THIRD est of her holid y visit to Lansing
LECTURE SERIES Miss Mary Ross presented the plan
for the spring excursion which is bei
MISS STOREY SPEAKS arranged for oriental women.
"Opportunities for Women in the 1 sElliot stated in conclusioi
Industrial World" was the subject dis- that sl) will be glad to interview any
cussed by Miss Margaret Elliott, as-' one especally interested in this fief
sistant professor of Personnel Man- from 9 to 12 oelock Saturday mornin
agement yesterday afternoon at Helen I in Room 109 Tappan hll.
Newberry reidence in the third of the
VocationalrGuidance lecture series. In outlining the advantages for wo
"Do not go into this line of work men in the theatre Miss Margar'
unless you intend to stay in it," Miss Storey, stage manager of the Bon
Elliott advised. "Once the lure of stelle Playhouse of Detorit, empha
it gets into your veins you will never sized thce advantages of the positiono
get out. In secretarial work there stage manager as a preparation f
is a unique field," she continued, "from future producers. "As stage manage
x orking as secretary to industrial you come in touch with every bran
executives there is a fine oppor- of production and are less likelyt
tunity to work into other fields of become wrapt up in yourself than th
industrial work." actor or rctress."
Miss Elliott discussed the various j Miss Jessie Bonstelle sent the mc
function in which a personnel worker sage by Miss Storey that "she like
may serve; employment, health, safety, college people and had 8 college gra
education, research 'and service, tell- uates as actors in her company la
ing something of the opportunities in summer." Miss Storey expressed th
each line. The field of research, she impossibility of naming any pre-requ
stressed, as one which is likely to be sites for acting or other kindsc
overlooked, theatre work. "I studied as a pr
"If I were to select the best single medic in college and ended up as
two best points in looking for a job, stage manager," commented Mis
they would be knowledge of statistics Storey. "It is remarkable how man
and knowledge of the statistical scientific men have become actor
method of analysis," Miss Elliott stat- "However, Miss Storey recommend
ed. They are a valuable talking point. the studies of the drama, psycholog
Managers are feeling more and more to understanding people and their r
the value of a quantitative analysis actions, and public speaking as neve
of their figures." hurting anybody.
Tact, ordinary common sense, and Questions were asked by women a
an interest in and ability to work with I tending the lecture concerning th
all kinds of people were mentioned as Bonstelle training class of Detro:
the qualifications for a woman who | Miss Storey pointed out that it wasc
wishes ,to go into this work. Women,|great value in that students of th
according to Miss Elliott should suc- school will be allowed to play extr
ceed because of their willingness to parts in the theatre as well as recei
do painstaking work. They are will- ing training in voice, diction, fencin
ing to carry through minor complaints 1 dancing and make-up. "The faciliti
and see that they are adjusted. "The of the playhouse are thrown opent
two best ways to get into this work! the student." Miss Storey warned ti
are to work up through the produc- 1 student to beware of most dramat

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ATTENTION SENIORS

Plans are progressing for the
one-act play which is to be given
by the senior women at the
Senior breakfast in June. At
the meeting of the seniors held
early in the month, it was voted
that the Senior Girls' play would
be a one-act production instead
of the type of play produced by
the seniors in- former years.
Before tryouts can be held for
the play or plans made for at-
tendin; the senior breakfast, the
Senior Girls' play tax of k50
cents must be paid by each
senior woman. These will be
collected from 1 to 4 o'clock to-
day at the booth in University
1hall.

Is Teaching The
Only Career Open
To College Women?
Since theie are so many opportuni-
ties for college women outside that
of teaching, this should not be adopted
by them merely because they do not
know what other work to do, is the
opinion of Mrs. A. S. Hobart, assistant
dean of women.
"Teaching is an interesting andl
noble work," said Mrs. Hobart, "but
there is no necessity for women who
do not care for it to enter it. For
example, Mrs. Emma J. Harvat was
wade mayor of Iowa City, Iowa, a city
of 14,000 and~ seat of the state uni-
versity. Whilley county, Indiana, has
had a woman for coroner for two
years. There is practically no occu-
pation where women have not been
successful."
"College furnishes a background
needed in all branches, business as
well as professional. Broadly con-
sidered, it is a preparation for every
kind of work and may be connected
with practically every kind of work,
through proper correlation and further
technical training," she concluded.
The News Bulletin of the Bureau of
Vocational Information has listed a
number of suggestions for interesting
work for women. Among these are
* IdIkU hjiIit tU business home

DELTA GAMMA ViCTORS
IN HOUSE BASKETBAL
Kappa Delta lost to Delta Gamma!
yesterday in basketball by a score of
23 to 2. The game was well played
by both teams but Delta Gamma
showed superior teamwork. The Del-
ta Gamma players won the cup last!
year and at 4 o'clock Monday they
will meet the Alpha Omicron Pi team
in the final interhouse game of the'
tournament. This game will determ-
ine the winners of the cup for this
year.

you have money to pay expenses for I
quite a while, for once you get into
if you will find it hard to give it up.";
Anyone interested in writing for the
theatre, Miss Storey advised to take a
job as assistant stage manager inj
order to become acquainted with thej
theater.t
Members of the club leadershipI
committee of the Y. W. C. A. will
meet at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow at New- I
berry hall.

The line-up for Wednesday's game Theta Sigma will meet at 8 o'clock
was as follows:I tonight at the Delta Delta Delta
j elita imnulKapp iDelta house.
Crouse, '25 .......F.......Ogborn, 26
Miller, '27 .......F...... Russell, '27 There will be a W. A. A. hike Fri-'
Dixon, '25........L....... Waldo, '26 day. See the bulletin in Barbour
Kocher, '25. G...SC......White, '28 gymnasium for particulars.
Campbell, '25 . . .. G....... Clam'k, '26 ___
M. Miller, '25 . . . . G.......Tuttle, '28 Members of the University Girls'
At 4 o'clock this afternoon in Bar- Glee club must be at the Masonic
bour gymnasium, the senior women JTemple promptly at 7:45 o'clock to-
1will meet the juniors and the sopho- night.
more team will play the freshmen. I
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rectly into personnel work but in a are good or not to get your money."
subordinate position," she stated. "If This theatre business is fascinating,"
you fail, it #is because you are a commented Miss Storey, "but I would
woman." I not advise anyone to go into it unless

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