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SITNDAY,+ DECEMDER 12, 1926

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TOURl WILL STRESS
HUMANRELATIONSHIP
C '~~ 1nt :i et Will Familiarize Womi.
cni With Life And Yewpoiiits Of
~uropean 'Students
AP~liCATIONSDU DEC. 1
More than 200 American students
spent 8 or 9 weeks in Europe last
summer under the hospitality of1
the International Students' Federation.
They were entertained by nobility,
peasants, students, professors, pol-
iticians, and military and civil of-
ficers. Their human relations were not
confined to waiters, porters and pro-
fessional guides as are those of the or-
dinary tourist. The student travelers
identified with the Student Federation
were invited guests in private homes,
palaces, and exclusive clubs.
It is this type of travelling which the
University of Michigan is sponsoring
in sending its Michigan tour to Cen-
tral Europe this summer with Miss
Johnson (as leader. The group is not
essentially a sightseeing party. The
special features of hospitality make
the program. unique and particularly
valuable for a small number.
At sea, the party will travel student
tfhird class, The Open Road on the
French line. A staff of hostesses, mus-
icians and leaders are being assmbled
to make the sea voyage the most pleas-
ant possible. In Europe, the party will
adopt in every country the customs
of that country in directing their per-
sonal conduct. They will take meals
in every country according to the
manner of that region. The main idea
is always to get the student viewpoint
in each land, and for this reason
where it is possible the entertainment
will be in college dormitories or small
hotels not ordinarily occupied by tour-
ists.
Applications for the Michigan tour
must be in by Feb. 1 to the comnmittee t
in charge of foreign travel or Miss
Johnson. The committee consists of 6
Evelyn Murray, '27, Ruth Hirschman,
,'27, Frances Dunnewind, '27, Marjorie
Miller, '27, and Marian Welles, '28.I
This committee will judge the applic-
ants for the tour. Those permitted to'
represent Michigan will be chosen for
general ability and appearance as well
as scholarship and personality., t
According to Miss Dawburn, the na-
tional organizer from The Open Road,
the group must be congenial and curi-
ous in order to receive the most fromt
the opportunity given them.
Alpha Epsilon Iota announces the .,
pledging of Janet Barnes, '28, and 1 S
Riachael St phens, '29.

iBecomr-es Professor
Of Nursing At Yale

PLAY COMMITTEE SAYS
JUNIORSSHOW PROMISE
Junior Girls' play tryouts which
were completed yesterday morning dis-
closed a wealth of fine material, ac-
cording, to the central play committee.
More than 250 women took the oppor-
tunity to try out during the alotted
time, not making it necessary to ex-'
tend the tryout period, as has been the
case in former years. Promising mate-
rial for cast, singing and dancing were
shown, the specialty dancin~g being es-
pecianly noteworthy, ranging as it did
from toe dancing to clogging and acro-
batic specialties.
Approximately 150 women will be
called back for second tryouts. Cards!
will be mailed to these women during

the next week. Since the final ca=st
cannot exceed 100, there will be keca
competition in second tryouts. Re-
quirements for secondl tryouts will 1)e
announced in The Daily later in the
week.

''UTV YWOMEN'S CLUB
TO ENTERTAIN AT DANCE !
'aInn, the p~lace of the regular fac-
dlvt~ dances which have previously
leen held at, the Michigan Union, there
wvill Ise a dlance 'Tuesday, Dec. 14, at
C r w~ide neing academy. Dancing;
w l in nat 9 o'clock and the regular
i°"ief trn foni Gram' eris will furnishI
tmtisi ~~' he isaculty Women's cluba
;, sons;oring the party but the invita- s
t~olto attenf1 is open to all faculty r'-
Ine:-i (e-, and all Ann Arbor alumni. '
Tle twie is $1 per coup~le.I

OFFER VACATION WI'ORXI
Women who would li'e win
in Detroit during the wekof
jDec. 18 to 24, inclusive, are a ied
to see Miss Richards or -Alin."
Johnson, of the office of advisors
to women, at once. They are a!,-I
sured of pleasant work, as wvell
as a good salary. Women who1
live in Detroit are preferred. I
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Begin the holiday season
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Prof. Effie J. Taylor
The first and only professorship in
the world in, pyschiatric nursing has
been created at Yale university. Prof.
Effie Taylor, who was director of the
army school or nursing during the
war, has been appointedl to the post,
and will teach nursing of the mind.
According to Dean Goodrich, of the
school of nursing there has come a de-I
mand for nurses qualified by special
preparation for this aspect of disease.
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Merry Chi stma s
.and a
liUpl)Y 'New Year

Gifts Born Abroad
Have Enormous Appeal
A bit of pottery whose mother-land is Spain, a lunch-
eon set that hails from Czecho-Slovakia, leather trifles
that bring fair Italy to mind, laces that bespeak Belgian
handicraft-all these things with a foreign flavor have
enormous appeal as Christmas gifts.
New zest for living comes from just } browsinig about
among these treasures from far-away lands. Then to
be permitted to sort out the choicest of them as gifts
for dearest friends is a joy supreme.
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R ound'Fable, Antijue Brown
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3Th tc aiang' Vamity iDres ser, $,9
Natc1:in g Benhta$1, 1 .5
ilceo.-ated liocker, $9.85
Ar-hm 'Bockers* in Assorted Styles
Blook Shaelf, four shelves anid
drawer, $l20
Boind iDecorated :Table, $171
1Double Shelf' Book Sand, $7,1"
C~ale Lc- Toble, $16.50
b~a-enport Tabale, 1Sx51I, $10.75
AntiQuae Decorated Living Room
Rocker, $7.45
-1ahogany Fin ishied Gateleg
'fable, $16.O
Gateleg Breakfast 'Table, $20
Four Hatching Chairs, $5.50
c ach.
Miatchinig Si1de Table, $18.59
Decoratied Windsor Rocker, $9.85
iDecoraa etl Single Bed with cane
p~anels, 1,30
!)e or°aatc~l Dropaleaf Breakfast
fatle, $ 32.50
I mir Carved Cimirs to miatch,
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M.Dladciv Cabinet Buffet, $32
Japanese Deccorate~d Fcreen, $12
Vin isor Wie Chair, $6.5 J
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