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THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TEtTflSDAY, MAY 27, 1926 ~AG~ FIVE

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COM fMITTEE NAMES'
Junior Woiran Is Chosen For First
'JThme To Siperv se Annual Class
Product ion
SUCCEEDS AMY LOOMIS
Phyllis Loughton, '28, has been se-
lected by the central committee of the
Junior Girls' play to succeed Amy.
Loomis, '23, who has directed the pro-
duction for the past two years. Miss
Loomis has accepted a position at
Rockford college, Rockford, Ill. This
is the first time in the history of the
play that a junior woman has been
entrusted with the responsibility of
directing the productionof her class.
The play has been under the direction
of Prof. J. L. Brumm for the ten years
previous to 1925 when Miss Loomis
directed it for the first time.
Miss Loughton has been connected
with dramatics from an early age and
has shown her ability on the Mich-I

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Yale Offers Experience And NOTICES 9
Training In Public Nursing
} Senio breakfast tic1ets will be on
sale for the last time on Friday from
Training in a new type of nursing, and physical deviations from normal 11 to 12 o'clock at the candy booth in
that connected with social service and health, such as home environment, oc- University Hall.
public health work, is being given at cupation, and recreation. Those worn-
established at Yale university as a en who wish to specialize in any field Women interested i wxting thc
gt of the Rockefeller Foundation. The sul schl yiee eta y unior Girls' play for next year please!
gfh such as child hygiene, mental hy- ut name and summer address in the
school requires two years of previous giene, pediatrics and the like, or qual- ;lbox in the Women's league rooms in
veoed for, advaned tues nd ify for advanced positions in institu- University Hall or in Barbour gymna-
veloped for advanced students and tional or 1ulchat ilsmyfl sium. All plays must be in before
providing intensive and varied experi- tilo public health fields may £01-ium l ly utb nbfr
ence practice through thestudy of low courses in the graduate school August 15 to Betty Nutt, '28.
cases, with preventative medicine em- .leading to the degree of Master of Sci-
r }eaes, wthpren itai me n e nce of Nursing, with the possibility Finals in the tennis tournament

ior vs. senior matchies will be played Sigma Kappa announces the pledg-
by Thursday, while the winners' set is i ng of Maurine Jones, '28, Lucille
to be finished Friday afternoon. I Cutler, '29, and Margaret Zohm, '2.
Sigma Delta Phi will meet at 4 Phi Sigma Sigma announces the in-
o'clock today at the home of Marh i, itiation of Constance Sidder, '28, of
Burt, '29, 1841 Cambridge. I Detroit.

Sigma Kappaannounces the pledg-
ing of Maurine Jones, '28, LucillRe t
Cutler, '29, and Margaret Zohm, '29.

the Want Ads

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pliasized thrOUgnOUL
The course is especially designed
for the college woman who is interest-
ed in the scientific agencies of social
service rather than the practice of
medicine, and the expert in it must be
trained in the technique of social ser-
vice. Women who are trained in this
Phyllis hr. Loughton T course have access to positions in hos-
Who has been selected to succeed pitals as administrators or teacher in
Miss Amy Loomis, '23, as director of nursing schools, and in the field of
the annual Junior Girls' play. Ali' ulchalhnrig
All of the privileges belonging to
Loughton has been prominent in cam- Yale University are open to the stu-
pus dramatics during the past two dents in the school, and the facilities

of practical experience through whole
or part time positions in the hospital.

amust be played off by Saturday. The
freshman vs. sophomores and the jun-
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igan campus both as an actress and
as a director. She was assistant di-
rector of the Comedy club production
of Bernard Shaw's "The Admirable
Bashville" last year, and this year di-
rected the original production of
Shaw's "Great Catherine" and Jesse
Lynch William's "Why Marry." Miss
Loughton also played "Dolly" in Wil-
, lam's "You Never Can Tell," and
'Varinka" in the second production
and tour of "Great Catherine." Be-
sides amateur productions, Miss
'Loughton has played in Walter Hamp-
den's prQduction of Percy Mackaye's
"Washington." For the past three
tyears she has been stage manager at
the Bonstehle playhouse in Detroit, a
position which she will fill again this
summer.
The sophomore women held a meet-
ing recently at which Donald Hamil-
,on Haines, novelist and short story
writer, spoke on the writing of the
book for the .Tunior play. At that
:,time, it was decided that all manu-
scripts must be turned in by Aug. 15.
Freshmen Elect
Spread CommitteeI

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Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
SPECIAL
Each Tuesday and Wed-
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of instruction which are offered by
the university, School of Medicine,
and the New Haven hospitals, and so-
cial service centers are used in the
instruction. A special course dealing
with the physical and mental develop-
ment of children from two to six years
of age centers in the Nursery School
of the Children's Community center.
Throughout the course of study an
opportunity is offered to introduce stu-
dents to factors contributing to mental

FrI dy-Sturday Specials
50c
Chocolates and Bonbons...................70c
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Crispettes.............................7c
Nuts and Fruits .......................$1.00
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Ellen Grinnell, '29, was chosen
chairman of the Freshman spread
' committee at a recent meeting of the
freshmen women, at Newberry audi-
torium. The committee members were
chosen as follows: Louise Cooley,
Betty Smithers, Shirley King, Cynthia
* Hawkins, Lucille Beresford, Helen
Brown; °' Wry Alice Moore, and Jean
Hathaway. The positions to which
they will be appointed will be an-
nounced-later.
*The traditional freshman spread is
given each year by sophomore women
to welcome entering women.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the. Classified colmuns.-Adv.
S PECIAL!
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