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ice~ FRIDAY, OCTOB.1. 5, IM~

THE MTCHTGAN DATLY

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* u[ [EXPECTED REQU PERMISSION iNOTE INTEREST
L LI L l ljFOR F OREWGN GAMES| IN FALL HOCKEY!
All University women attending out
FOR -CON'IENTIONof town football games are required to! T1ourna nen, Ietween HIouses Sfi r-s
present letters of permission from E Nonday Under League Plan
their parents to the office of the Ad-
{ Annual gatleriig Of Women's Clubs jvisers to Women, according to an- Intramural hockey is proving more
Begins Tuesday; Arrange 'Three nouncement made recently by Miss popular this year than ever beforel
Day Progrtan Beatrice Johnson, adviser to women. and the intramural tournament will
These letters must be in the hands of start Monday, Oct. 18, with greater rep-
the office three days before the game. resentation than ever before. Fouri
"-, Ri. LEWIS TO SPEAK This action has bean taken in order dormitories and twelve sororities
to shift responsibility in some de- have entered the tournament this y-ar.
As the guests of the Ann Arbor Wo- gree to the parents. Although women The dormitories are Martha Cook,j
men's club, the American Association ( traveling by train will be supervised Betsy Barbour, Helen Newherry, and
of University Women and the Women's by official chaperones, as in the past, Adelia Cheever. The sororities are:
league, more than 500 delegates repre- it has been thought advisable to adopt Alpha Gamma Delta, Chi Omega, Kap-
senting 60,000 women in the state of this plan especially with regard to pa Delta, Zeta Tau Delta, Pi Phi, Del-
Michigan, will be in Ann Arbor at- those traveling by auto, in view of the ta Zeta, Delta Gamma, Phi Gamma Mu,
tending the annual convention of the increasing number of automobile ac- Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Phi, Alpha Xi
Federation of Women's clubs, to be cidents of past years. Under this plan, Delta, and Delta Delta Delta. Combin-.
held Oct. 19, -20, and 21. also greater leniency is afforded the ations of four zones have also been
The convention will officially open women in that the University does made and these teams will playi
Tuesday night, although five different not communicate with the hostesses agains tthe dormitory and sorority
conferences will be held during the at the place of the gamet. teams.
afternoon for special departments. T'he 'T'he standard game displayed so far
opening speaker is to be Dr. William ception will be held in Alumni Memor- this season has been much higher
Mather Lewis, president of the George ial hall. than ever before, according to instruc-
Washington university of Washington, Thursday the junior clubs will es- tors in the physical education depart-
D. C. The meetings are open to any pecially be represented. In the after- ment. Practices were held all last'
woman interested in them, regardless noon a Japanese tea will be held in week on Palmer field and this week
of the fact that they may be members connection with the convention, with each house is meeting for its own hour
of different clubs or even non-club tours such as those conducted Wed- for a practice game with an opposing
woment. nesday afternoon, following. In the house in the league. The intramural
~ The program for Wednesday will evening a pageant will be held in Pat- scheme this year is on the league bas-
start at 9 o'clock in the morning with tengill auditorium, which will act as is, four house in a league, each house
various meetings following through a most fitting close for such a con- playing every other house in their
RĀ°until 12:30 o'clock, when a two hour vention. league. This makes at least three
period for luncheon will be taken. It is urged that sororities and dorm- games for every house.
From 2 to 4 o'clock tours of the cam- itories will assist in housing the dele- Tournament games will begin in
pus under the guidance of women stu- gates. There are still more than 150 earnest Monday, Oct. 18, and will con-'
dents, and drives about the city will delegates to be cared 'for. Anyone tinue for three weeks to decide the
be furnished for the delegates. The who is willing ot give a room with hockey champions. At the end of this
University hospital will serve tea I breakfast to the club women during time there will be elimination games
from 2 to 4 o'clock. I the convention are asked to notify between the two highest teams in each
In the evening the speaker will be Mrs. Bessie Towney or Mrs. Edson league. The winner of this game will
Mrs. John l). Sherman, national pres- Sunderland immediately. play elimination games with the oth- I
ident of the Federation of Women's er leaague winners, completing the
clubs. Following the meeting a re- Subscribe for The Michigan Daily. tournament by Thanksgiving.
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ADVISER DECLARES CO-EDUCA TIONAL depth of thought in women, so that
they could be on the same basis if in-
ME THO S SANEST, MOST NA TURAL tellectual ,activity as men, and in the
i ~company of men be able, to discuss

"I am strongly in favor of co-edu- in separate groups. The only way,
cational schools. They represent the lhcrefore, that we can obtain mutual
most sane and natural methold of ed- im(erstanding, sympathy, and an ef-
ucation, and the mlthol which will f'ctive basis for work is by training
' produce the best results." This is the 1)1h men and women similarly, and
statement of Miss Beatrice Johnsonf jiwhere can this be done with better
results than in the co-educational col-
of the oflice of adlviser's to wvomen, lg.
who herseif attended both a girls' col-, le-e
lege and co-educational institution in The old idea of woman's place in the
the East. home has sprung from the necessity,
The girl who is a product of a school in pagan days, of keeping an everlast-
for women unconsciously develops in- g fire burning. T'his practice was
hibitory tendencies when in the com- 'irst a part cf religious zeal, later a
pany of men. She is not at her ease l physical need, but gradually it fell
and feels that she must act in a speciial fo the women to tend the hearth-fire,
manner, different from that which she which developed into a similar care of
uses among women. To a great extent the home and a corresponding loss of
this same is true of men who attend outside interests.
colleges where no women are admit- I Perhaps a solution to the whole
ted. "After all," Miss Johnson assert- 1(Inestion of equality of men and wo-
ed, "our life is made up of men and men on the co-educational campus
women acting in conjunction and not could be found in furthering a greater
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lack of application of that intelligence
outside the class room. The difficulty
lies in that women are too apt to let
trivialities occupy their 'thoughts.
"It might be interesting to note,"
added Miss Johnson, "that the man on
the campus is a "co-ed" as well as the
woman, although present day connota-
tion seems to have omitted that fact."
There will be a'meeting of all house
presidents at 9 o'clock tomorrow in
room 110 of the Library.
The Women's league party will be
held this afternoon from 4 to 5:30 o'-
clock at Barbour gymnasium.
Sophomore hockey practice will be
held at 11 o'clock tomorrowr

NOTICES
The "World of Today" will be the
subject of discussion at the Y. W. C. A.
noon hour program today.
Dinner will be served from 11:30 to
1 o'clock Saturday at the Y. W. cof-
fee room in Newberry hall.
There will be a meeting of the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club at 4:30 0'-
clock today in studio 305, School df
Music. Both new and old members
are expected to be present.
There will be two intramural hockey
practice games this afternoon at 4
o'clock, Adelia Cheever vs. Phi Gam-
ma Mu, and a zone headed by Nataline
Vincenti vs. Theta Phi Alpha. At 5
o'clock the zone headed by Margaret
Ohlsor vs. the zone headed by Flor-
ence Dewar.
Margaret Brooks, '26, of Grand Rap-
ids, a member of Delta Gamma, has
announced her engagement to Laur-
ence Dooge, '23, of Kappa Sigma.

YPSILANTI NORMAL CONCERT
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II-New York String Quartet - -
Ottokar Cadek Ludvik
Jardslav Siskovsky Bedri
III-Carl Friedberg, Pianist - -
Pupil of Rubinstein and Clara Sc

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