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NRIrSA Of United States Navy Adopt
IM R aterproo Caps For Protection IIN

Says Recent Laws Pu
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! LnI IUIILL)U 1U I I ii iI ... . . ~ .. . . .
Zeta Uau Alpha, Delta Delta Iuki, J 4
And Kappa Delta Are Victors Of ,r
Friday's Contests

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Witi a score of 20-6 Zeta Tau Alpha0
easily won their basketball game yes-;
terday afternoon with Zone 114. Merle
Raine, '29, and Norma Long, '30,
starred for Zeta Tau Alpha and to-s
gether "piled up a lead at the begin-
ning of the game which their oppon- 4
ents were unable to overcome, a--
though their efforts were spirited. The '
lineup for this game is as follows:
Zeta Ta Alpha Zone 14
N: Long.1........F..........Dressler
M. Raine........F..........'Campbell
A. Felske..... i .. C.......... Bishop..
N. Goodwillie... S. C..........Webber'
H Gustine.....:.. G........Ilannible
R. Waters.......G.........Megaro:
Delta Delta Delta was the victor of Nurses of ith I ted States navyl
the Delta Delta-Kappa Alpha Theta'le vaterpiOOfe( material with the e
game and won by a score of 78-9. This ! n Ont Photo shows s
game was marked from the first for r leIt, t a cap on His
r gfastness and' there was also a sary. Washington.
iarlted" decrease in the number of
fouls committed by the members ofj
these two teams from those of other' NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF
intramural teams. The lineup fo W.T.U. CALLS MEETING
this game is as follows:
Kappa Alpha .Theta Delta Delta I Several hundred women of the Na-
E. Grinnell....... F.......K. Francis tional Women's Christian Temperance
F. Wolfe.........F............ L..Groff Union have been called by the presi-
M. L. Deacon .... C... . .....F. Foster (dent, Mrs. Ella Boole, of Springfield,
G. Allen........S. C.........M. Rice Mo., to attend a conference at Wash-
M. L. Murray.... G...........E. Groff ington, D. C., Jan. 25-27. The pur-
C. Haller.......G.....A. Unswort. lpose of the conference is to encourage
The Kappa Delta team was the vic- 'law observance and to promote effec-
tor in the Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Live legislation for better law enforce-.!
Gammagame also played yesterday af- ment.
ternoon by a score of 39-5. The spirit The meeting will be attended by
characteristic of the afternoon's games many prominent'women. Among them
also pervaded this contest. The line- are Miss Anna A. Gordon, president
up for the game was as follows: of the World W. C. T. U.; Mrs. Nellie
Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Ganimm Burger, president of the Missouri W.j
M. McNally......F...........E .Beal C. T. U.; and Mrs. Ida B. Wise-Smith,
E. Townsend.....F......F. Marston; vice-president of the National W. C. T.
G. Appelt........C.........K. hElder U., all'of whom will address the con-
E. Ogburn......S. C.....H. Westcott ference. General Lincoln C. Andrews,I
M. Davidson . ...G... . . . . I. Field assistant secretary of the treasury in
E. Parker.......G.............ice charge of prohibition, and Dr. A. W.
Alpha Chi Omega forfeited to Ad lia1Doran, chief chemist of the prohibition
unit, will also speak.
The W. C. T. U. claims an actual
membership of 600,000 women-most
1 r Clara Wood Derr, of the Ohio of them housewives and mothers. The
Legisltiure, recently received an un- 'oraization believes that the national
usual honor from the Legislature farm Iprohibition law needs strengthening
b.loc. She was chosen chairman of the and while in Washington will devote
executive committee of the Corn Stalk itself to that phase of the situation. 1
club, the first woman to hold this of-1

U UI I ~ i IiU ui Ai Women of Turkey now stand on an
eual footing with the most advanced
Final reports made by the commit- states, so far as laws are concerned,
tee in change of the Junior Girls' play c ordng to Mrs. Helen Scott, who
tei aer so the Jnirirls' pla l a, .ust returned to this country af-
r lt ypr spending 18 months in that coun-
cleared by the production of "Becky try. While she was in Constantino-
Behave." This entire sum has been 'pie last year, word was brought that.
turned over recently to the League a translation of the Swiss Code of laws
fund. Other sums which have been; was being prepared with the object
turned in to the League include the of a remodeling of the laws of Turkey.
returns from the Panhellenic ball, ,1inpossible and drastic as this seemed
with a profit of $664, and the sale of at the time, it has been brought about,
Christmas cards, through which $125.- with the result that women have been
39, was made. The packs of Michigan iven their rights, which they are
playing cards which wet e distributed illy prefared to use.
among the various organizations have Reforms in marriage formalities and
brought in $247, while the engraved the establishment of a minimum mar-
maps have meant a gain of $144 so riage ago of 17 years, the enactment of
far. The candy booth run by the Lea- more equitable divorce laws, and the
gue has been the source of $513.50 in abolishment of polygamy are the work
iprofits to date. of Halide Hanoum, the leader of the
Catherine Kelder, '27, is in charge fenuist movement there, who has
>f general arrangements in the under- fearlessly advocated these reforms for
graduate drive, while Elizabeth Well- some time.
man, '29, and Ellen Groff, '28, are re- "Although it was only in 1908 that
sponsible for the candy booth and the any college in Turkey was open to
sale of the Christmas cards. women, yet now they are graduating
Maps are still available through the as doctors in considerable numbers,"
League office to anyone who desires Mrs. Scott said. "During the Abdul
them. They are unique engravings, in Hamid regime, those women who
colors, containing miniature reproduc- I wanted to attend the schools of the
tions of every University building, all American Board could do so only by
sororities, fraternities, and dormitor- passing through the streets in dis-
ies, as well as the main civic build-
ings on the various streets surround- m
ing the campus. The entire map is

at TurkishAWomenAli." D.;Ahtaul .,ferh
it L~JXbi ~17 years of medical prepa ration in
*Tth European sisters London, is applying herself in school
t hygiene and community health sei-
vice. At Angora, Dr. Bedrie Majrid-
.But in September more than diehas been appointed director of the
guise.. Butrein fSeptember morel hathana
half the enrollment reported for of Education, and in e. e(lerton-
these schools is Turkish, and theIf Iduciiso ladie Noe Won's
women pass back and forth to school, Uiin is the leader ofi theonen'
unveiled, and as freely as girls n Union, linked up with th Interna-
Ational A.iance.
America. Even in the University oft

Stamboul, co-eds haye been received Women are becoming an
as a matter of course. Several of1 factor in business, especially in the
these are preparing for law, intending professions, although as yet, only in-
to represent their sisters in this new directly in politics," Mrs. Scott sum-
day of freedom." marized. They are holding with cred-
it positions in banks, post-offices and
"The old Galata bridge," irs. Scottembassies. They are emanding
continued, "has lost its former pictur- equal voting privileges with the men
esqueness since the red fezzes of the and even pressing their right to sit
men and the black veils of the women as members in the National
have both disappeared. In t.he tram
cars of Constantinople, there was ade reac oe mn e
adIequately exp~ressed in the rem ark
pointed out to us the old harem. ot one of the Moslem men, after
division line, but the curtains former- ravchig one of these new women
ly kept there had been abolished, and. give a speech in a public gathering,
the women mingled freely with the voicing fearlessly her appeal: 'We
men here as well as on steamers and Iknew our women had it in them.' "
cars, at theaters and cafes."
That Turkish women are makingym
good use of their new freedom isIA 70 year old woman has just com-
proved by the achievements of the pleted a four room house, which she
following: Mme. Hussein Bey and built for her amusement.
Mme. Halil Bey are at work at the
headquarters of the Red Crescent, Alpha Epsilon Phi announces the
which is an organization similar to I pledging of Dorothy Bloom, '30, Eliza-
the Red Cross, and the ravages of beth Fuchs, '30,,and Miriam Fuchs, 10.
many wars provides plenty of oppor-i
tunity for them to work. Child wel- Advice from a prima donna is "When
fare work is being developed by Dr. you strike your high note, retire."

have adopted new storm caps, made of
nsign of the nurses' corps embroidered
. B. Bowman, superintendent of the
s Rose E. Walker of the navy dispen-
Alaskan College Is
Modern Institution
Bearing witness that civilization has
not been checked entirely by frozen
lands and bitter weather, there exists
three miles from Fairbanks, Alaska, a
modern college with a group of mod-
ern buildings making up its campus.
The cornerstone of the first building
was laid in 1915. However, it was not
until 1922, after further appropriations
had been made by the territorial Leg-
islature, that the college opened its
I doors to students. During the past
year the students numbered 164, while
the faculty numbered 14 in all.
Courses offered at Farthest North
college are much the same as at other
collegiate institutions. It is a co-edu-
cational institution, and the women
students wear moose hide boots trim-
med with beaver fur not as a novelty,
but for warmth. A plentiful game sup-
ply in the vicinity attracts men to the,
student body for by shooting their
own meat they reduce the cost of liv-
A woman student who won the 16
mile dog derby in Fairbanks was ac-
corded the honor of christening the
"Alaska"-the Detroit arctic expedition


borderfed by sketches depicting num-
erous student activities. Each map is
priced at $1.50.
Junior Girls' play rehearsals for to-
day are: At 8:30 o'clock, choruses 6,
10, and 9; 9:30 to 10:30 o'clock, chor-
uses 1,2 , and 7. From 10:30 to 12 o'-
clock, chorus 3; at 11 o'clock, choruses
4 and 5.
All members of the Outdoor gym
class are asked to call Barbour gym-
nasium this morning in order to find
out what is to be done today. If it,
is cold enough the class will go skat-
ing at the Coliseum in the afternoon.
Theta Phi Alpha will play Mason;
house at 10 o'clock today.
There will be a meeting of the house
presidents at 9 o'clock today in room
110 in the Library. At 10:30 o'clock
the Michiganensian picture of this
group will be taken at IRentschler's
Dr. Su Lan Yang, child specialist for
ten years in Canton and 'Pekin, Is
learning American methods at Jersey
City hospital.

The man who owns his own home is to
be congratulated. He has a feeling- of securi-
ty and comfort. The only means of realizing
your hopes is to start saving now. Accumu-
late all the money you can and then you can
grasp your opportunity when it comes to
Make yourself secure and independent.
"Member of the Federal Reserve System."


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