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I'li keri ity Attempts To Solve Problem
Of Relationship Of Dean's
Office With Women
I attempting to solve the problem
of the relationship between the office
of the dean and the university women,
Ohio State Univeristy has instituted
a unique experiment in the form of
a psychological clinic which co-
operates with the dean of women in
settling such problems as arise.
This department has a trained psy-
chologist in charge, who studlies each
difficulty from a point of mental hy-
giene. It was found that the women
dlid not come to the dean for counsel,
the objection seeming to lie in the fact
that she was, primarily a disci plinaw'y
organ. The clinic works through ini-
terviews, and tries to uncover such
facts as may have been instrumental
in causing the difficulty,
Since the opening of the ofice in
fall, 187 cases have been taken care
of. Of this number, 35 came of their
own accord. In solving the problems
brought before them, a number of
causes were disclosed including finan-
cial worries, medical difficulties, an-
tagonism to instructor, instability of
character, supersensitiveness, difficul-

'IrnciAc Twvo Women FIIHFRS ON Glee Club Dance Is I Urge More Interest
~ I '~etaSiga Pi n Il~rn~nIr'rSuccessful Aff air' In Interclass Play
c I'Ji ef't igw ii ni.ional honor- ii titu t A F.
aryHH US GoraAMESat Vl t o wmn~''~' More than 150 coupile5 aitend I7'be Atfthe present time there are a t
ifI 'c1 ~liof1or Selma Al- campus (dance at the Masonic ┬▒tmple great many women who are playing!<
eN:'<o< - t.'27 aa4 once Smit h, '27, Final game of the first found of the !r a ih wihWl. IICSrl n intramural l-asketbdll teams who c
a social affair and a financial undler-
li .7~i .elbr of :Martha Intramural basketball tournament was t libefoinrcasems'uI
C-"l;iUy.il, tie initiation [played off yesterday morning when I taking, the affair being ore of' tIZo 1(Zigiblve for avitedsthems butofi)
Thtth'ph lydZoe1 n means the University Girls' Glee, clubawohv o vie hmevso
re .. h' nt'rsof the organ- heettoPbuildhupplyefunoneor5tand ;this opportunity. According to the de-
Sill; m, rnetlng was beaten by a score or 23-10. T hioae-ho Wslvponctlartmnent of physical education, this
at; whie"i ,W8):l ened y, '27. was .team work displayed by both teams ;;1> hiih hey.m1e year there are greater opportunities of
tr" pwhih he - naccin tbh srig
a1)poinfwdl)Y by riit. I, 0rtrudeI was of a very low calibre but thiswil OFrdy v Ihe(c(l) will making class teams than ever before
Ba iley '-27, as chirman (. of the iMatrix! be improved upon as the season ad-<, becuzse of the division of the major
tail(, ' duc.. Ivances. No unusual ability was dis- sbroadcastramprogramadromcWstuden-
tlelalu.paydban ofteta mebr.troit News station afte;r dinner in uet rmte cdmcsue t
' ----- --- 'plaed y ay ofthetea meber. ,. 'and~ the formation of two teams for!E
ty in et ablhihing idependence from The line-up for the game is as fol- m hi oo tteBokCdla o i each class. But there has been a
family,, and a wide speo sm larows: Te ilas iga t ak smaller' turnout for interclass play,
s~i~ip. of Smilarchurch in Detroit sometime in i41 rch
dee"5 oe1 Theta Phi Alp h adpan r n adei)than ever before. The coaches and
Michrigan has hoen facezd with some- Morton ......... .F.......... Kielief fom WCDerot.r e E J. A . A. head of basketball are espe-
fu0triI ie.Fee1 ally anxious to make this basketball
what the same problems inl regard to ;Kniox ..........F......Sto tion o in then eroitfre
the dean and the wvomen under her Maltier.........C........... Lamire The next money making Iwtc~a .v'xll kiason a successful one urge more in-
supervision. Thle question has beenlalp....S....'A ou be a rummage .tale, to be held at New Thzceuefrinecasgie
in oide for i , r iitmasure., how- S cringer..........G........ Anderson berry hall the first. Saturd~ay of nextlI'leFleuefritrls ae
ever, by thpe admiiory system now in .alp.....G.....rk semester. Grace Glover, '24, has wl eanucdltrti ek u
'(I. ihtera1 o' n adcag ftepasfo li u e h eular gaines will not start until
I gt, trv t x ' ii f{:,os n anh hage-o*te -l t he frstofotr second emester
.i g'. ;r orh lpis givenI Women may now compete on equal l Cope, '28, is chairman o1' the newspa -__thefirst___of _______second ___semester _
inn: "'iiew 'c t %utol. VMore thman I terms with men in record breaking per sale.
l0 - f~ihv oict h fiecontests, the .International Aeronau-mul111l
Sfvoluntarilsne September, as coin- tic federation has ruled. Suhserhlwi for tae Michigan Daily.
paredl with 150 who were sent for.la
"There is a probability of a stigmaI
attachedl to the terms 'psychological
clinic,' which the Michig,,an plan eli-
inmates," stated Miss Beatrice Johrn- MIITCHIG~ANT PINS~
son, (discussing Ohio's idea. "HereI1Uf1 .jL .I rIN
the committee of advisors has inter- -
iewdwmnrgriggesm problemis but .,a:'felt. them all to be FOUNTfAIN PENS
within tha ang of normality.f r
etc Line ofI┬░ Lunches'
l a Dinners
225 S. 'Thayer Tel. 3941 ~
~Tew NumbersState Street jewelers =i
TxlTY tr ran rTirc , -

Praises Attitude Of NOTICES
Present Generation T 17here will be a meeting of alhas-
ketball managers at 4 o'clock t omor-
row" in Barbour gymnasium.
"Today's problem is whether the on- There will be a meeting at 8 o'clock
icoming generation of youth can finid} Tuesday evening of the Mlichigan
colleges qualified~ to understand and 'lDames at the Faculty Women's club
I ispie tem, sad Enes M.Hopins Ihouse.
insirethe," aidErnst . Hpkis, All women taking part ini the Jun-
(president of Dartmouth college, in an; fr Girls' play are asked to bring their
address in which he defended modern, $2 fee to the first rehearsal of their
youth. part. Fines will be deducted from thist
"Modern youth encounters many sumn.
Imore difficult situations than preced- J. Announcement was made recently.
ing generations ever dreamed of, andt at the Delta Delta Delta house of the
their attitude toward them ought to; engagement of Norma Snell, '27, to
ibe commended. In straight-forward-i Stuart Ward, '27D, and of Virginia
ness, in unhyprocritical honesty, in N 0Cnll. '28, to Jaynes C. Foster, '2711.
clearness of thought and integrity of ,Ward is a member of Psi Omega and
action, their life has not been see F oster is a member of IDelta Theta
before,"' he declared. alai.
General belief that prima donuas Ladies of London object to laws reg-
must be fat is groundless. ulating the wife's budget.


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$19.75 - $29.75
"~Shop of Personal Service"

Con-SultIng Costumer
Winter is here in earnest.
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tire thtat '-ombines. warmth and
Dial 4882
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Why take a chance? Here you
ANT) STYLE for the same price
ptay for just clothes elsewhere.

Let Us Sell You Style
An inch one way or another on Cleopatra's nose
might have changed the map of the world. So,
too, an inch more or less in the width of a sleeve,
the line of a neck, or the length of a skirt, may
imperil the style of the whole garment.

can buy clothes
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Mo'nday Starts a Special
Prc-In-pe, tor- Sale of
N-n e cS" -
35 Dresses at,
$8.95 Eachb
29 Dresses at
$13.95 Each
32 Dresses at
$ 1 9E ahWo o l ( C e p e , W~ o o l ,Ie r e i , ,9
T ilN vll ,PadCrepes, Silk Crepes, Velveis,

"The Store of Individuality"
Twelve Strands of Silk and
a Magic Ring
Though it sounds like a frag-
ment from Arabian Nights,
there is little less romance inl
the secret of a silk stocking
that knows not the ill fortune
of a garter run.
$1.65 to $2.00

uration of the entire world,. fills all




and delight.

Even those who claim that

"No cloud above, no earth below-
A universe of sky and snow,
The old familiar sights of ours
Took marvelous shapes, strange domes
and towers
Rose up.
The first heavy snow fall with its fleecy transfig-

they do not like winter feel a new pang of life when
the glistening, crystallized world meets their view.
New interests, hopes and aspirations come when
we hear the tingle of sleigh bells and see the fluttering,
frisking flakes settle gradually to the ground. It is easy
to take up, with added vigor, the old monotonous tasks.
Our aims and ideals seem worth striving for when we
encounter the invigorating freshness of the winter day.




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