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'TUE~SDAY, JAN ARY 12, 19~26

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URGES SUPPORT OF
PRESIDENT LITTLE
"P'ractical W'orking Idealism" Namecd
As Greatest Contribution Of
Sororities
PRESEANT OFICERS

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Support of President Clarence C.I
Little's ideas concerning prohibition
as one definte stand for Pan-Hellenic
Intersoroity association was urged by
_V Elizabeth Parrott, '26, president, at
the annual Pan-Hellenic banquet held
l ast night in the main ballroom of the
Union. More than 630 women weref
present.f
"I wish that every member of this
organization would pledge herself not
to stay at a party where' drinking pe
pr-vails," she stated. Miss Parrot also
urged that Pan-Hellenic give consid-
eration to the National Federation of
Students of America, what phase it
should take on the Michigan campus,
S and how it should be organized. She
pY ressed the importance of creating
discussion of national and interna-
tional questions as preliminary to a
meeting to be held in Ann Arbor next
fall when definite opinions will be
needed.
Norma Bicknell Mansfield, president
of th~e ,Women's league, expressed tier
appreciation of what Pan-Hellenic has
done for the league, commenting es-
pecially on the completeness of so-
rority house organization.
Support of the campaign for the
new "Women's League building was
y' solicited by Miss Jean Hamilton, dean
of women. "Because you realize what
the contact of social life means, it is
the duty of every sorority woman to
see that Michigan has a Women's
leaaue building."
Miss Helen C. mowers, reporter for
the Detroit Free Press, declared
"practical working idealism" as the
greatest contribution of sororities to
the world. "After a sorority girl gets
out of college she discovers that no
one organization has a monopoly of
any sort, brains, talent, or beauty. She
comes to realize that all rituals,,, are
founded on the same principles. It is
snot the sorority woman's contribution
we must remember but the dream of
the. women of 50 years ago which has
come to be realized-the value of
practical working idealism in a comc-
~munity."
> ~ 'Miss Bowers {observed, that, sorority
women after graduation leave their
fraternity badges at home, but added
that they always carry with them the
ideals of their organization.
Introduction of the officers for the
~new year were made by Miss Parrot.,
Francis Parrish, '27, Pi Beta Phi, was
11 presented as next year's president;
r Melda Platt, '27, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
S as next year's secretary; and Jean
Kyer, '27, Alpha Phi, as next year's
treasurer.

E a i ai n Fo Te c e sO f 1fl r E0 D I 7o HID ':;May Play On Boleh N O TICES Iiules of legislation for womren on this
Ex m n to s n- ixa h r 7C campus, in which all sides will be
A nnL ClI ~ ~ass And II tJOUsC etaken up and which will involve the
Indians Given In An ArboriUI L BurboIur Gyn un t iiIrules of other campuses.
Bas etb ll ear; Jnio (irsl' ay reearsals will Portia Literary socety will hold it
Wome wh wold e iterstedin~dens a~l iioaie tliiwie qaii~ P~ TE~ ~ ~ TES Teuasasfollows today: chorus 6 at430 joint meeting with Adephi at :5
poiin as teachers ini the United' fled are urged to apply, as there. is,~fi UIhbl 'lc, n hrs1 t5ocok o'clock tonight in the Adelphi rooms.
States Indian Service must make ap- a constant t emand for such eligibles 1e( i v 1' or To' 1; 1..9,i1~i n metn o tehod Athletic manags will hold a sleigh
plication to the United States Civil;On account of restricted living guar-1 aied 'oar A lnls* e i iliigei ti,,, 0 O',lkcoucil at 4:15 0oloch tomorrow. ride party from>$ to 10 o'clock Fri
'l'd~~ A Mcii~g oin ileS(i ys and lirstays, in bas- lection of officers will tae place. day night, Jan. 15. Managers who
Serivee Commission before JIan. 27 in ters only persons without (ependelts 1In Gyiitasiia ngynsi.Jnir and senior'
oretoe osdrdfrtefis frwo iigqatr ol adam prmci>e seaf for r;' Members of the oudoor sport class wish to attend should bring .40 to the
examination, or"lbefore Mlarch 17 tin to be provided will be admitted to l 1 ' ,. aD~~Jj~*]JLehei 1( ~~ln re rqese to biig skis, snow- meeting at 4 o'clock Wednesday.
order to. be considered ,for' the see- thzese examinations. I1 arriedl women i'L will lioc5, tobagfrnm,5adtsleds to clas
onr examina~tion. Alnn Arborits one will not be admitted to these exai- Requ ireet ortepstrcnes ieah' womn matoy p'lyboth wih themtodaty. TeEpeso aa smc n
of the cities listed in which the exami- jnations."eqieetfoth Ite'(IPS Thsva omn aypaonbh-- tereste in sericulture and personally
nation may be taken.; The date foir The age requirement for these ps-for the junior Girl's play were (U thuPeiarcompeandenti'eaurltemi lltascreothslk rmanfed
the assembling of competitors for tions is not restr'icted1 as is that for' i sutly decided Minn ~y the meme s ofleg ti Black Quill meeting at So'clock to- ing theme on mulberry leaves.
examination will be stated on the ad- the Phiippn evc.(plcnsof tne adveriising omteea 'h t oeIo ne-caso day, in 204 South Wing. Elections
misson crdssentappicans ater ust e btwee th age of20 admetiuig hld Sudayafternoon at ftme trninura1 Iaskethall, as has formerly will be hl.IMn.Fn eTrihabsa
the close of the receipt of app lica-140 years. Six months of actual teach- olgaeSrssLus.Teer,_ente ae n oa h a Athena Literary society will hold dor to London, is considered "ad-
tions. ingleperieceemus be dne beore.ais re enth aeay oa h a pn
ingexpriece ustbe onebefrequirements Wll e annouiiCCr d by l psed her hear't and lung examrina- noe forum at 7:1 o'clock tonight vanced" by her compatriots. She Is
The salaries paid to these teachers appointment will be made, however, r ln np,(hnla ftecrn-loadwomitisshlrsi in the Athena rooms to discuss the the author of a number o books.
are in three groups: the entrance sal-Ithe ivil service examination may lbeimittee t a maeting v hich wiill be eligibilty a ccrding 10 the regular
ary for elementary grade teachers isitaken prior to this teaching experi- heihl at 4 o'clock toay in the1co(NI laiesv iuin- is ligibl1e to try
$1200 a year and the maximum salary ence. jrect ie room of I at-our gym nas unrn out forrIthe ~eae. A poter will bed
is $1500; the entrance salary for jun- Go.hat soeo h togs o l u 0'wmnW)aeii~' ~ae nteblei or nBr
iood hhh coltahr s$40arqieenlthstonappontmentrtontees t itfoaljuioe po~sl role re(;Intelt.placoil ym na siun boar nmenfo ih coo ecesi $40arqirmnsttopitett hee signhttepsercne .;botgnmian o oe i iAh0
year and the maximum salary is4$1680; positions and with this end in view, This ('ueti nana n mdtp for' basketbal.
The entrance salary for senior high a physical nnaloe nd
byhyialeampiin i n etlhe ed-1 ist not yoenSeeshe pa r o- j _ .."-
school teachers is $1560 and the maxi- appontee e aminatioin is n c the winreoaoll-I e wr
mum salary is $1860. These salaries erdieric.tramuad by heagns fel ay ising f1 J I
are augmented by the fact that fur- Firmvedte nr lavetsn hours will be allowed for tm u loi therepnt(t
nished quarters, heat and light are Fiepr.e u lo, h eairno %, M V 4-
allowed appointees free of cost and( civil service examination and the a $10) prizo eo r ro f4 s e a i ai n wl egvno b~n fe i .l. is0expected 1 ~ ii Orn 11 nn I Hr ,
meals are furnished at cost. Where eaiainwl egvn naStr lobigchro.I.i 8eta ha ~ Uf UL~
a physician is included in the person-eday.iTaosulbjes anfrainof th geer l display will o blitade ot all i
eaiainwlbeafolw: lu(sters enrtred t i i tse octest'1a-i-
nel of the government Indian Schools, . Pedagogy (questions on edluca- l m u h iialshsl ota e U i for n all ucationl inthe geej n
employees receive free medical at- cmt1ough i P1 tit III Of t mnot as d ha
tnindicsintional methods, school discipline and ben sttlo.I en lterore ttio ofthe omonlas'
Inaoah lgiiiyo dmiitrion, itr n cec fbe o oetni h omnya
anadsuso fteeiiiiyO dmintation, itoy5n0S~~ I h diaiiyc (hil.te cpied reason vhy the colleges ands
candidatestegvrnetblei 2.ldcton trii, il gram out of Itown to be printed'(1as iviil ies of tie land ]ave been ff11-!
says, "Single women without depen- experience 501 u te bds OlI 1; iel oin(loo it and I tn ltanlaredr ut such an in-
bis (Cii ei ~ti erpre>tt o samc very broadl amoli
M outs~id riters. he pinos for uoi-! -"
Local Actresses Total 100 . T m >' ~iVp, otsoacurte as it nigt
Tngt Applicants should apply for examsi-lw's.$25dollus or a ulln itd ~b.~en h vrready ustionire,Q '6
Ap e rT ng t nation to the Civil Service Commis- los,.. lol s o fl dae111 hinit at the U.niverity c ka
p.!~,soWsigtnD .bfr h veitisement, $20 for half a Iii>', 18 lomra determined to find the truth of
in f .,a&,erne da tes mentioned above. ifor one third pag6 andl t12.51) for one' the mratter. Professing strict conf- °",
fourth a page Tihe cover novei l oene on the matter, they found that 1
Included in the cast of Bernard i ments, which necessarily are limited ili out of 100 women who answered the l
"n t ~ o ~ ubrwl mon o$4)apgeol ueies, 15 ame to their school be-
Shaw's Grea Catherine hich is! l BE I . with tihe additional cost of $15 forecuetehm onwstoda"
being presented at 8:30 o'clock to- u cauere tolr home tocovnrwas too dead i
night and tomorrow night by Comedy during therwinerrmonts.nTher
NT R 9N OT O et.club at the Mimes theater are the weH~I~I lO cs.____crce 2 o cane to enlarge their
names of many womeon students who LII circleLo acquaintances and friends
have appeared in previous campus grans which this branrch is going Ic iOf the remaining answems, 12 were I
productions. Committee members and the ad- carry out tired of oarding school and 22 con-10 O ON
Theply hih eal wthon o Ivisory board of the University Y. 1V Elizabeth P'arrot, 26,i,oing td fessed that they just wanted to have
the many love affairs of Catherine III C. A. will be entertained fronm 4 to speak to those pesent about the n- a good time.j
1fRsi a o t edn ayI6 o'clock this afternoon at the homueitional sudents conerecee cii the! --
Ary Loomis, 22, director of Masques of Mrs. Stanley G. Stevens, 640 O- IWrorld court, which 'sheate attenedat AYTLR SUB~SCIiPTIOf)XNOW -IN_________________________________________
and unio Gir's pay. Elizabeth ford road. The regular cabinet meet- Pinceton, 'Ew Jersey(In Dec. 11 a1n(1j
and wIno ilspa.Iilntb ed : ,c':wiltl ftep~ ies'h
Straus, '26, will play the part of Va- r wilntbIed 1.Seiu 0) epa i5CSClI_______________________
rins; ar Lo Mile,'2, wo i Stunts will be arranged by some of. at that conifoeece, lading un to the IT~r ,,A r.-rov--a-ID-
nink; May Lo Miler, 26, ho wlle conmittees andi a number o1fhfisFormiation ofape.rmneint os'gaia
beremembered as the Spaniard with the. £ -
the flashing teeth of last year's Jun- ( omte himnwl give short; ion ofsluoent eles tlislo'
ior Girl's play, will interpr'et Claire; ( talks acquaintinug members of other the odscusionr of internatinadl prob',- -
Lilliani Bronson 27 will appear as J committee with the work that tihey are!- . ....,. '
Princess Dashkoff; while Marion Le-ca'iin in.'2sonilet 1 :. W. Owu t3s a'vt o n\
land, '27, amnd M~inerva Miller, '27, will) Kathryn WLilson, 6 rsietofi - u5'' Csug :) crit i
act as two ladies of court. tueognzto, iltl ftepm J t-utabe wood arnd IdraiYn n at rials, I ... si,
The entire production is being di-etv.iihthJimmla fitorIcoln av.tvnott8 l(i '(ltI~
reced y Pilis ougto~ '8, hogoing to sponsor dring theo.coimig Iand graves i e ei.'h t
foia ~iuP Tertwo byPhills beore tring8,theomonths, and also of seine of th( pmro-defraiys burial o o-ts oft' :sunmuh- s:. ____________'. -*' -.,
University of Michigan was assistant y ) p " r 7
stag mangerfor Miss Jessie Don- j- ~ :---i,~.
stell0's stock company of De'troit. C . I 1
Margaret Effinger, '26, and Marion Clothes 7 , tg-r 4 .r..h i
Leland, '27, assisted in theo"execution Ulofe^a.' yet ' -_ -I
of the scenery for th'e productionj . "' K'
which is representative of seventeenth r, .. tht lohcm v.
century Russia. clarr ~2~~~
The play presents in ia farcial man- here.yXdea clfo r wanyu n deliver.
ner tie triangle formed by the visit.Hr. - l al o n \ie' y r)iIL,.tq f i
ing English captain, the queen her- foNgE HEGjUN ^ H N M O HE FA
seli n her Prime Minister, Patimn - I E TF TI E U NEU(iTHE NAME - ON THEY FLAP

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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
BEGINS NEXT SEMESTER1
In order that the intramural bas-
ketball tournament may be started as
soon as possible in- the new semester,
it is essential that all teams be or-
ganized and have their medical exam-
inations before Jan. 25.
At 4 o'clock tomorrow, a meeting
will be held' in Barbour gymnasium
for all athletic managers. It is hoped
that there will be a full attenadnce as.
the entry blanks for the tournament
are to be distributed. Managers are
asked to sign up their teams on the
bulletin board in flarbour gymnas-
ium.
In the coming tournament, the
teams will be organized into leagues
of four each and the schedules
will be so arranged that each team
pleays every other team in its lea-
gue. At the end of the season, an
elimination tournament will take
place containing the league winners..
The leagues are "to be formed on a
basis of playing time, and games will
be played frnom 4 to 6 o'clock on Mon-
day, Wednesda Y, :ano Friday, and from
7:15 to 8:15 o'clo,.ck on Monday and
Wednesday.

Tickets for either tonight or tomor -
row night performances may still be
obtained at Graham's Slater's, or 3j
Wahr's bookstores. The price which I
provides for a reserved seat is 5oi
cents.

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