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NO T IO S T111N0 FqIAAI I q H- I1)0 p -Dearlure Ifrom tIetraditional he olin is t he c,; irt tisj

to discuss

the plans for

the sophomorle


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In rmemoriamr to Charlotte 1 llagdon.
ilk25, former p resident, of t he Women's
J1egiie, fa scholarship und(Ii: to ibe
eta I ti'11('(by ItheVWoen's League
under itheC direti0on of the house or-
ganization commiiittee.
"Cortibttions for this scholarship
will be personal and voluntary," stat-
cd Dorothy (line, '27 chairman of the
house organizaton1 committee. ''While
we da not know t he amount of the
scholarship, we have set a minimumn
of hre hundred dollars, and a goal
ol e h 111(red dollar s.'
M\embers of tIe house organization
conmmttee will start canvassing (each
Lea gue-house in about a week, ac-
cordinlg to Miss Cline.
Requiremnents for thle holding of
thliis scholarsh i have been stipulated
by the board of directors of the Wo--
men's League. Any Micieigan woman
will lbe eligible for t he scholarship.
providing the IflOUCy is returnedl with
interest, tis interest, to be-turned
back in to the scholarship fund.
.rA commit tee will later be appointed
s ?'to determine the woman (deserving of
the schearshil. ''this connittec,"
stated Miss (line, "will be apinOitel
either by tie Women's League or the
oifice (of the iDean of Women."
Mihigan women are to be0 present-
ed with an eliargedl picture of Char-
lote T3agdon, 2, former president of
the Women~i's League. The picture
will be lhe, gift of Mrs. Arthur S.
llag(on, of Jackson Mivcigan, moth-
er of. (ha riottec Bagdon.
In aplrciation oft this gift a repro-I
dut ionr of this pctur will be made
. and sent to Mrs. llagdon according
.to 'Drthy (Cline, '27, who is in charge
,_of the inemorial.
.' The picture, which will bear an n-
grae inscription, will be hung in
Sara li Caswell Ang'ell hall. The exact1
wording of the inscription has not yet1
teen deided upon.
Aftor the seletion of te photo-t
graph. the enlarging and framing will1
be done by the Dey Photograph studior
of Ann Arbor.
y Adams, Coghey, I al, Nelso,
Reogh and 'Witherby houses were
elected to Honor Council t a meeting1
Saturday of the Executive 1Board of
t1e Women's League. Th~lese houses
were recomnneld b ly (Constance
S :.Carke, '23 vice-president of the W-
S men's League and tporary chair-
man o the I tnor Counci until No-
veunber, when a' president will be
f elect ed.
E ~The six houses were chosen because
of high scholarship and 'interest in
campus activities. The one require-
met which kept manny League houses
from consideration is their failure to1
number among their present resi-
dents 20 per cent of old residents.
That is, if 10 girls lived in a League
house tbhis year, two of them must
have resided thre t he pevius year
if the house is to be eligible. The
record of the house for the previous
year is consideried in the lec io.
A meet ing o' the house presidents
and one reprsentat ie from each
honor house will be held Wedesday
in the parlors of the gymnsium for
the purpose of orguiizaton. Other
houses will be( elected to :honor
Council later in the year on the same
The constitution of the Honor
Council s~i tes its pupose in the fol-
lowing waords : To organ1ize arpuQ.
life in a manner that will bring op-1
portunities for service andl develop-
ment to all independent girls in the!
fullest detgree. To) iromlote a spirit
of mu tual itIerest bet ween League
houses. To be responsile for all
:mtaters commnit td t( its charge by
other League organizat ions.
ArYtists-5Meet In
Interest Of layj

act play ,,nd the produtction of an un-
usual and fantastical erie alit play
proved very successful for the senior
class last year, for the total rcaliza-
ion ca m e to a rounnd $1.00.
Thre play wvas given afteri the senlior'
)rea kfast l'at spring in the Union
'gall room under the dir ction of Mrs.
,ta they Lowe, formerly Bernice Jones,
'1.8. "Aria da Cape'", the pilay given,
asw ii t len by a young,. American
xv n dn tia St. Vincent Mlillay.
Discuss IPro blems
Of Entering Women
Tvo leadership ( omnnn ion 1groups
fthe U~nivers ty Y. WN. C. A. will
'Ttcct at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
Newberry hall under the guidance of
MIarion Blan chard, '28, Louise Piggott,
'28, Alice Calendar, '28, and Marion
Van 'Pyle, '28. D~iscussions for the
afternoon will be along the informal
trend, according to Mliss Ruth D)eemer,
secretary of the association, hitting
upon tire points that arc of paramnount;
interest to the entering women, and
including campus activities and how
to get into themr.
Two groups met at 4 o'clock yes-
terdiay at Newberry hail, leadl by
Do rothby Morehourse, '28, Marjorie Mnlh-
lit ncr, '28, Mary White, '28, and Anie
iBrowrn, '28, discussing also the cain-
pus pr'oblemrs of new women.
Former Director
Is Dean Of Women
Miss hlelen C. Bishop, formerly
social director of Helen Newberry
residence is at present D~ean of Wo-
men at the University of Wyoming,
1,aramie, Wyoming. Miss Bishop is
a graduate of Columbia university
and received her Master's (degree from
the University of Michigan.
D~uring the World war she was
aibroad for two year's with the Ameri-
canr Ited Cross, after which she camne
to Michigan as tire social director of
Hlelenr Nexwberry residence, a position
which she held for five years. Before
the position of dean was offered to
her Miss Bishop was considering
cointinuing her studlies in New York,
with Miss Mary B. Ross, formerly
secretary of the Y. W. C. A. in Ann
:arbor. Miss Bishop's home is in For-
es't Grove, Oregon, Mrs. Louise B.
H-astings is the present director of
the dormitory.
BUENOS AIRES, 'Oct. 5.-Reports
are that the dreaded fish, pirai, is
more common in South American
river waters this year than ever be-
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No credit will be give'n inl athiletiI sport Acordintg to Aa i't ax lor, A rrimisprnint, anrnouncing the time of 1
ironer points towarid the privilege to '28, t he sturde I t Iv1I r f Ow ' Lour a tlnrsletrea :3P'
'rear ani''AT' sweater, inmtor armi- nanrent , 1trt'tu(ilt. tit P '';1sl 1m, \ ( l! t ii C-ieitton;igh aperdi udys
hiand, beyond the 100 poinrts reqluired Ita de for thliis Sport.xv 1h i i snow open Ii .'letir fteletrsi
*to all lnivers-v xltollw ). Ai,,-jor-I

'I fo cL etie et uers 11p in the Axoicn(' vill he placedfin lvarteutr t'ttiiittragic..Woen'wo are required to
Atltcasoitnn nesten ' ouo--w i ~tctt ini5( 'Sill siil -atn Dean Hamilton's lecture may
Atly t due s o ci a v n e s en pa i ' -It om r o ,oe h ch t o,, alc clRifle classes started yesterday in come, to tie tryout after the lecture.
'drive which the %v. A. A. is comrdhwl-may in frte Iotro 'i edlllwli omtte o m 330, 0old Engineering building
Great sill is inot i'ce.,-, ;as 3 ,Ilie Y1'. .. A. will meect at 4 'clock Ary women wholsif'jed~ for the Monday1)pasdbfrgon intec-
ring this week is Liorlthe lirpose (if - dayiiN berhll psdbfoegngiitea-
reachiing all those students who have athletic horor poil s o g orPyhiNxviy al sect ion andI did nt report yester~hyos h usa-hrday eto
eitrance andlIt)for-ceach roun itd orm - The 'in ake upthe firstlectureoa
corned thre 100 point s and are thtus "ia-mk i hefrtlcuea will .ieet at 4:15 o'clock today, at
eliibl fo acivemerihrshp ;it l-above the seceoid ; evel Ge first I'fle house presideits and one "4:15 o'clock in thre Tuesday or Wed-thcaoliey TefeIs$.0o
round shertlf]( jwvsIdo avalahkc iresent ative fi'omnall lHonor council nesday section. b ada h ao iey
so provides an opporturnityv fori' those penienpaidfot'htieaaoe- tivury
senio>rs and gr'alate studIeits who (icce o lo,.wlftr lft c~ai( i'uested to meet at 4:15 'liswl ispoe1oltenf(loclc,1'drdyi h alro -
Swis-h to play on tearns to take out ,"re ilh iaeI01tt ne~cekWdedyi lehn'o All women interested in education- Theta Sigma, honorry Journalistic
associate mrembei'ships if thley ar'e nothl iiest ic s~l r ir'J- i'Ortynsmal problems are urged to come to thc f society, will hold a 'meeting at 8 o'-
eligible for active memrbership. ('ated only oine ck froill(, IhIolalh;tt-- opeining meeting of the Women's Ed-' clock tomorrow night, in the library
All women who wislm to join tite' State bus line. Dnra r5 s wil prolst Sly 'tiovnts for the University Girls' rc ational club at 7:30 oclock Wednes- on the second floor of Martha Cook
association and who are not reachedI be made t t Le ciultdofI this xweek.! lee c-lub will be continued at 4 0'- Iay evening, room 1.09, Tappan hallj building.
'by the soliciting committee may re-1 The I ourniaitnii xwill be ind itidtal cl ock today in re0011 216, University Ur. Davis will speak.
port betxween 3:30 and 5 o'clock, to- rather tihan interclt'hts. driool of MuIsic. --- Tea will be served from 3 to 5
Sday or Thursday in Blarbour gyita -, womet irinerested in the elective o'clock every afternoon in the new
simr. A list of thnose eligible for' ac- 1 M ake Changes Inf,,,all s)Izoniner-e womien are urged Ite anoing classes will have at last p- W. A. A. tea-room in the basement of
Live membership is also pos0(then're. ; l' ' t tend the class imeetinig at 4:15 o' ort unity to pass the preliminar'y Barour* gymnasium. An added at-
t All women students, ecept tie sell- League lDirectorsi clock i otar in oriaoh Caswel Angell switirig testt 1:15 o'clock today traction is a victrola to ,supply music
iors and graduates, autonratically he-' h ia I. '1'20e purpose of the Ineeting is itn Barbour gymnasium. The test must for the guests.
caeo associate members (f the W. A.I
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SThey may earn athletic honor' points i at'tuze NWomnens IA'agme Nwas an-
uip to 100, before taking out active ounciedl at I te irst itmeeting of the
mrember'ship in tire associat ionr. Points! board yCSI erd: y. Mam'jorie Mille r, '27.
may be earned. in such major' sports was electeod 0as3junion'reisimIaie
as hockey, lbasketbiall, or' baseball; inof im1oa ,dnetoIliclogmcakutI 3 '--~-iceY -( dI rN
gof ensand fencing; in hiking. nIe, '27,was elce't ranhrro
dancing, swimnming and other' sports. I tire lca'Zgticre stiligthe out les o (¬ęt
jThe drive will close with a W. A3Irinali lFit,hr '7, whao oh -oo1i not=.'
A. p~arty to b~e held from 4 to 6 o'clock, back at t he iiversit rqiie o oleegr'
Friday, in Barbour gymnasium. Ally,- - LIYIL the first rqiiefrtieole gegil'
women on campus are irnvited toi at- i'rig iir hir' ad visnes not to miss I iis l=eeyaadrbFok ha r ayt
tend, ando a special invitationr is ex- irst party of the v. A. A_" sidl Iliss I vrda adrb! Frcsthtac ayt
tended to tI-e centering women. Nor'ma; Clai-lke. The folloiniig xvotmt cit 1stye=-'slip ) ito-.frocks that save time in the hurr-ied rush tor
Clarke, '26, who is Iin charge (f the I been invited to a(-ct i atx1oiess-;s c arly niorning classes!
pr'ogram, has promised several fea- IMI-. C'oax(ence C'otk ,iltie" lo aml *ean=
tunes which will be announced to-!I lanito in'. ,Alt t;'argil.Bel~, AGr' This year's modes fit in well with the college
Imorrow in The Daily. "All advisorslIAllan1' ~ney a in M.\ihn fu n drm lwmi
should assutnie the responsibility of wall. gtrl's requirements, for flannel and balbriggan are-
--1fashioned so charmingly in liies both new and simple
I that she cannot help being pleased. A number of
2 frocks like this will mean that she is always smartly
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Three wonmen who left t heir ubrel-
has at the check roomri(during registra-
tion may obtain them from Sai'ita
Davis, '26, fromn 3 to 5 o'clock this
afternoon at Barboumr gymnasium.
Memrbers cof the cabinet. of the Un-
versity Y. W. C. A. will mecet at 4:15
I 'clock tomrroi-w at Newbrrv hall.

Literary Society
To Hold Tryouts
Portia Literary society will hold
ti'youtn at 7:15 o'clock tonightI in the
Portia Club r'oonm on the fourth floor
oif Aurgell hall. Those desiring to try
eout are requested to come prepared
wvithr a three minute speech, mem-
orized. It may be current, comic or

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iqe PlichigaanDal
nvishes to announce that
Class ifjedAd
may be phoned into the,
DiailyBusiness Office 1




Sanitary methods
used here saf e-
guard your health.
Every garment is.
100% clean.
Phone 4219
Corner Liberty Street and Fifth Avenus

dial 21214

IAvonxvn nt'aimeesteid in mloirmgan-y!
cwofm't at xven-hifor' the J1union' Cirl'i'm
Inl-a re n(-qltrstc A to atte'nd a meet- t
la ttok-oc WXednesday in theI
pa ml u, of P1 ilah'ourm'gyawtxtinr. Jun- I
ic r Xti'harmlfcwmirthe ar'chit(etuir-al i
Sc. mOO, are esecially in vitedm. A coin-1
piw i XVill be(held this year for:
I e idtShet- - ntiregplay.oTe! You 'Iobtain servsice and sure resiuIts
a kx ~l to be lone iniclut s' both
ps 'sand set thigs.
1 >A Y ("I'Y, Oct. 5. ---One persomn wars
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