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Need Of Earning Capacity Brings
Many Wooen To College;
.Advaintage oIf Training
Need oZ preparation to earn capably
and the inadequacy of home or high
school training for ambitious women
are the chief reasons for the increased
enrollment of women in colleges and
universities, according to Miss Jean
Hamilton who spoke over the radio
at the regular University program


Pan-Hellenic To Nouse Teams Play
Hold Next Year's L Off Second Games NI
Ianquet Earlier? VOED [E[1{V Of TournamenIC
Pan-Hellenic will give its annual "I am \ Iwholeh e tedly in support of Zone VII and Alpha Omicron Pi- -
dinner in the fall of next year when the National ILeague of Women Vot- were the victorious teams in the in- Barbour Gyniuasbin
the sorority heading the scholarship ers, stated Miss Jane Addams, who tramlrali games plavyd on Monday af--t Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'
chart for this year will 1e awa rlew was in Ann Arbor during the last ternoon. The Zone defeated Adelia Play today, are as follows: Chorus-
the scholarship cup, according to a de- week end. "To my nmnd there is no Cheveri with a score of 23 to 0, while es A and B at 4 o'clock; choruses C
other organization in the country that Alpha Omicron Pi had 13 points and R at 5 o'clock; choruses H and L
ision made by the members at the is doingthe educational work for againt the 12 of its opponent, Martha at 7 o'clock and chorus M at 8.
first meeting of the new semester omen politically, that this organiza- Cook. In the former game, all but Tomorrow's rehearsals will be as
which was held yesterday afternoon tio e is doing," she added. iss Addaith' two of the baskets for Adelia Cheever follows: Choruses H and L at 4 o'-
at the hi Beta Phi house. Francis further said that the success of thh -were made by Rhoda Tuthill, '28, June clock, choruses A aind D at 5 o'clock;
Parrish, 27, president of the organiza- movement on the Michigan campus Davis, '29, of the Alpha Omicron Pi choruses B and M at 7 o'clock and
whih was preceded by an informag ll epend entirely upon the women team made nine points for that team. chorus R at 8 o'clock. All the spe-
c w The games scheduled for today are: cialties for chorus D will also re-
tea. Evidence has been given in many At 4 o'clock-Alpha Chi Omega vs. hearse at 8 o'clock.
The dinner next fall will take place e ases that there is need of political l appa Alpha Theta and D~elta Gain- IPitsse omte ilme
of the one usually held in February. instruction on this camnipus. At the ma s Ah i Dta at 5 'cloc t system commitee will meet
The change in date comes at the reali- time when a vote was being taken i Beta Phi vs. Kappa Delta and The- Clcoay.
zation of Pan-Hellenic delegates that upon the World Court question, only !a Phi Alpha vs. Alpha Gamma Delta; G Central committee of the Junior
the present type of annual dinner is 10 per cent of the campus voted! at 7:15 o'clock-Zone V vs. Alumnae I dato-
failing to accomplish its purpose in Such facts are indicative of either a i andCoezen; hall vs. Sigma y.
establishing a group consciousness as lack of initiative or a lack of knowl- Nu a C Publicity committee of the Junior
to the significance of Pan-Hellenic. edge. It is the purpose of correcting _Girls' play will meet at 3 o'clock to-
While the large social functions for these evils that the Michigan League Amorrow.
this year including the Pan-Hellenic of Women Voters is chartering a Ana Gm mat M et anos the ' orroy.
engage,.ent of Margaret Ilostrup, '27, 1ANe-wher h
ball, luncheon, and dinner, are over, chapter at the University. to Edward Stalker, '28 Team captains and the finance co-
the organization will continue to hold The first meeting open to the pub-- _
monthly meetings to consider the pro- lie will be held at 4 o'clock tomor- Zo
gram fr next year. Printing of the row in the auditorium of University Ztle pledging of Agnes Hoffman, '29,1
revised rushing rules will be complet- Hall. This is an important session teave, P. gna Dodm'2, 'Sn,
ed this semester. at which officers will be elected for , .d ,et Ig New
In anticipation or a definite pro- the ensuing year. Miss Ann Whitsin, r Mih.; and Elearnor Short, '29
gram for Pan-Hellenic the president secretary of the state organization Manistee, Mich. DeM ilo
vas authorized to appoint a commit- with headquarters at Detroit, will ad-O
ee to consider the needs for the new dress the group and Miss Buell, pres- ___ U___ U___ R_ PT__N____.
rear. The desirability of exchange ident of the Ypsilanti League of Vot- - ~~
linners between various sororities ers will be present. Miss Emma Forn-
vas also delegated to a committee for crook, social director of Martha Cook Facial Culture-
onsideration. ( ibuilding will be the advisor for the iL'iSCOU nt Ask US About It.
Besides the president, the new of- Michigan chapter and will also hes
icers for the organization include present at the meeting Thursday. On Our
lelda Platt, secretary; and Francis -HE
eydel, treasurer. Mrs. Waldo Ab-
Wontn*Ire SdtTckEn re 1t11

mittee of the Y. W. C. A. will meet at[will meet at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow
3 o'clock today. l at the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
The leadership commission will Regular meeeting of the Freshman
meet at 4 o'clock today. lGirls' Glee club at 4:15 o'clock today
aliscellaieotis - at the School of Music. The new ab-
Wyvern will meet at 7:30 o'clock at scence ruling will go into effect and
the Kappa Delta house instead of the all members are urged to be present.
Pi Beta Phi house. Members are re-
quested to bring reports of the blue- Alpha Xi Delta announces the mar-
book sale and $1.50 to cover dues and riage of Edith Courtenay Barber, '26,
sleigh-ride expenses. 1 to Fabyan Matthey Saturday after-
Undergraduate campaign committee noon, Feb. 13, in New York city,

broadcasted last night from station
WJR and WCX.
Miss Hamilton quoted statistics to
show that college women work more
than n few years after their training.
"Decidedly," she emphasized, "The
preparation of his daughter to earn
capably must be in the mind of every
intelligent and just parent."
The fact that the nature of woman's
work has changed in the last three
generations more than in all the pre-
vious ages and that one of the great
fiecessities of life is work, was also
given to account for the increase of
women students.
"While 25 years ago it was the ex-
ceptional girl who went to college,
,even among those who could afford it,
now the girl who goes is the rule
*vhetier she can afford it or not," de-
,1card the deail,
"What do you want to go to college
for, you're sure to marry," Miss Ham-
ilton quoted as a one time sensible
remark. "But not now," she added,
"a85 per cent of all college womena
do marry, so the average girl goes
to college knowing she will probably
marry. To be prepared for the ma-
jprity of the interesting forms of work
possible to a woman today, she must1
be trained in a new way."
Miss H-amilton pointed out that]
work for women has gone outside the
,ome, that man took it oat, and that
much of worlk of iringing up childrenj
is being done by the schools, camps
and scouts. "Women" she declared,
"are doing it in all these organiza-
tions, but away from home."i
Very few women are "taken care1
of" and while their work at home usedI
to earn their living, today they earn
hit both in and out of the home. Be-
cause many of the more interesting1
;ways of earning are out of the homen
the necessity of college and university
t aining is being realized.
Music for the radio program was
furnished by the double quartet of the
University Girls' Glee club.
Women Needed For
Social Service
-More than. 25 women attended the
mreting of the social service workers
in Newberry hall at which Miss Doro-
thy Ketchum, director of social ser-
vice work at the University hospital,
spoke yesterday afternoon. Miss
Kletchum, xmpaineQ the work to them
sand distributed cards on which they
are to sign up for hours when they
can do the worl.
The social service work includes
work in occupational therapy and
teaching. Miss Ketchum stated that
they could use 30 women in the oc-
cupational therapy work and an equal
number in teaching. Any women who
are interested in the work and who
did not attend the meeting may go
to Newberry hall and sign at any time.
TOKIO. - Count Ekichi Oki, 55,
former minister of justice and leader
of the Kenkyuai party in the House
of Peers, is dead.
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butt is the new alumnae member of Wv c
the executive committee. Attend .S.C. lMeet
Few Ineligible I Coach Matt Mann, of the Michigan
For Play C swimming team, has extended an in-
vitationto al, the women students
oil the campus to attend the Michigan-
Unusual proof that the women of I M. S. C. swimming meet at 4 o'clock
the junior class are of superior in- this afternoon at the Union pool.
tellect and ability was brought to There will be no charge for admit-
light recently through the office of the ance.
dean of women' when only six women Though the men students have at-
in the choruses of the Junior Girls' tended the dual meets this season in
play were informed of their ineligi- greater numbers than ever before, lhe
bility, Whatever X's or I's were re- percentage of women attending has
ceived have been made up and the been unusually small, therefore Coach
entire 137, now occupied in rehears- Mann has extended this special invit-
ing for the play, will be used in the ation.
final production barring further mis-
haps. Alpha Phi announces the plegimnr
Contrary to the announcement in of Margaret ]. O'Connell, '28, and or-
yesterday's Daily, rehearsals will only othy McGonigal, '23.
take place Saturday of this week-end, -
while Monday will be left free. Patronize Daily Advertisers. I

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Spring's on its way, and
you'll want plenty of new
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wardrobe as complete as
your outer one. These new
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the dainty net footing. In
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A Serviceable
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New bloomers take ravishing
tints to be in keeping with
the springtime atmosphere.
Peach, maize, blue and flesh
Rayon bloomers at $1.95.
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Rayon slips have established
their "rightness" because
they are non-clinging, ser-
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Choice of white or - dawn
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