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n I (iter-class swimming meet, with will Work in two shifts. The first]
AL M AEO [Il II elt evie En e v rsTUIfrB S1, ons~hl fehen won a( group will usher for the Tuesday,
Indiiduas' A out hems lvesDr. ellose second, with 15, seniors third, Wednesday and.Thursday perfor-,Al'
flIIIIndividualsAbout___hemselves-Dr.ABell with 11-2 points, and juniors placed mances, while the e~od will oforl Ch
. 11.11 11 -L- fourth, with8 points. The events in (duty during the Friday performances, o
OU UII IUi Nt ntweko aot n 'tlest m riha ah n e P FI' LAC TIN;thIis ~race were as follows: 40 yard, d the matinee and evening perfo"- avuil
"Noti whzi~Bie upe o lydvd al, t w nwha t'he -i valurin the nwheconenker resye esc iofrt i-mneStr.A aeenleth e - ti
1, 1- diidui, bt wat te idiviualdatadurng te wek cncenisghe, second; 20 yard hak ton in former years, all ushers wilia
19111 A rupOn fiSperdForl'wi3kow buthrslhsahtbons, its, temtperatuare, and general ds- i teinecolgit tlgrp i stoe essc ifrt,FAn rs omlyfralWtteStridy
- VublieltyFknoSso. said or.Margreat ieis wrofess or of matiof Tbhe athateisctte osuchswinuin meet held last Mondayeve-' Zauer, second, Louise Cody, '30, third; da~ 'omne
PhsclPc nadPy___rn o h elt evc t uh2 Side stroke etrude Welch, 28, jThe two groups of uis ers have ( jtnos
_______ Phsical Eduction and Pysician atcases is unlimted for the facilities ning, Miligan lplaced .third lwith,'d enmeigrglal ui~ h rsi
ti~rk~INI CIE the IHeal h Service~, i ;S 1(11kinM of heUivrit osialad"h a-11 1-2 points, codn orprsr-frs.EenrTedel 2,second th uiois
CIATIQ S, NETIVE wla thatinstitution is dt for .the ~o t hs~asaefe oceved estrday. Sith(.llege wnJanet Jones '29, third. Twenty yard a.,fi refel o ' .Snt a paste.wee.k at the WhtneY theare j Senio
*Memcx .,ofthe etroitAfni. ?e work o ofte el th Service t tU.WQdsre t.Gop he iairtpasewth2.lon{ rnhWs re tye irii Lse is, oie hreM.Mcnye a isrctelo'lc
Ylzn~res f te ; erot Aumae; wrt ofth helt sevie eginifi g 1Ipromotedl as rapidly as possible to cnsi, second with 13 1-2 lpoints. Cdyseonan Vhn-ohso, 2them.hos
Socation will sponsor the first with thle entrance pthyysical examina- gru n hr i~EhlM~r The events were as follows: 40 and Aleen Miller tied for third place.1-
tlcapaac ~teJn~ i'tou all through the four years of at- !grou yardl free style, and 20 yard back
tendaice strives to make each woman bik t pch p aes theicproress stroke, Smith first place; 20 yard tree e ' T A N
~y in Orcdiestra halMarch 2G. Therelieherpotentialities her reserhe!princileocasesVwhichitheoMANAGER TRAINS
asoitonwl av oeHealth Service has ,' been treating, sye o byVrii oseo ih
roit a s citolil a e oe Iforces and her lim itations. Ul es hii at 0 ya d b e st s r k ,won b + R
- arge of the advertising of thie play can comec to know what ashel is e cap-" lo5ji - thyrrbd, 'weak heart, and ases Anne Zauer, Michigan, while Aleen!VC JT11HI
that city. Through Miss Claire able of doing, the attention and careJ faling under the head of mental hy- Miller of Michigan, tied for second Under the direction of Mr. Frank "
n undarers '4, president of the College given her will be valueless. gin.Sewsvr otmsi nds place with Wisconsin and Smith; 401IJ. McIntyre, manager of the Whitney
C1oo se arrngfft sp are being made "Besides knowing what her powers cgibngheiraseryotsul progess yard side stroke, Wisconsin first' 201 theater, the 35 women who are acting*
4 3srve a buffet supper at the College are, the student is shown how to de-,as a whole. Particularly interesting yard inedley relay, Smith andi Wiscon- as ushers for the 1928 class produc-
club for all womn in the play. vlop' them aind keep them for a long was her explanto ofm ta y sin tied for first, and Michigan placed tion "ight Till Eight, have been ,
etroit 'aluninack are unusually ac- tini," Dr. Bell remarked. "We all are gie- third. Swimmers on the Michigan re- trained In their duties which will HA SF ! S R N
;ineoacrigtoMs .D f.irwt the . "a it te Mental hygiene," said Dr. Bell,"i lay team were, Jessica Nixon, '27, start the night of the first perfor-Oirsilulhi eteswl
Bile sonoig bilatmn whtruh ignoAs tangible as physical hygiene "and Aeen Miller, '27, Anne Zauer, '29, and manc e lt Tuesday.Ousklular etm sNi
~play, they are giving their support ance, has neglectedl her physical de- cnb rae . edl n a Virginia Losee, '30. Acordng to Josephine Notn
',oevery development of campus work velopment. Shec is ane economic loss, cetfcly o~Lr iv ere Sophomores won first place in the chairman of the ushers, the women a pleasure.
atMichigan. March 18, they are cele- ITer efficiency is gone at the age of th th ersntra ln fdmr
theaLtivteinel fathabanue forbof 45 hen he mgtrilb sflcto btensnt n naiy
'h nvriy tabnutfrbtatteaeof 75." Dr. Bell compared Dr. Bell emphasizedl the fact that C
en andl W()ii en at rthe Mjotel Sttler. the hiody to a ar, saying tht a one- the "ndrm" ranged widely and a
' erre they will listen to the radio ton truck could never do the work gratdelofsupseDiar iy~ 1119616
<c okLputleaonh prient lr-ofaktwotone itrcklad we ought not was not that at all. Where a devia- W
prga put CoLiteadhrpominereid ntt hke ur odis do more than ion from the norm is first noticeda -
- peakers, andl will have as their spe- they were capable of. She would re- teteto bu iemnh a e-_______________________
iagussGoenrFeGrean'Peat the injunction- "Know thyself", given after which the individual comes-
6Yrs. Green. land "Know your size capacity" was out symmetrical. It is this "seeingl -
This month a city-wide campaign her advice to all students. things in proportion" that Dr. 'Bell( rtL. ~ . t
for :the' Woi~ gue is being di- The physical examination 'which1: i considei the prime object o treat-~E~IU~L lIE E~~EUU3U Lovely Underthing
rected by the association in Detroit, is iven to each entrant forms the went in mental hygiene. - Lov ly nt~de"'h-i
6F-letters. havin~~lj ,faydy been sent ut basis of the work done by the health'1=
to all 'alumnae who have not pre- service. By means of the examination, l i '= t-Influeicf
liously given to the fund. Through defects or abnormal conditions areiio sce iuns re t-
Such prominent business men as Mr. at oncesoticedandnkethtractof=I1
drthe Detroit Chamber hof cCoi-with the thoroughnxp ess ofe the exml -rule Vilton
Weer~ an.r.iehc n u-D.'elepesdre aifcinF r ue V oain e
merce, a campaign among the mer- ination which is given and its ability-
chants of Detroit is being >carried to discover weaknesses such as heart uniform penalties for all rules-
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on in behalf of the League. Mr. Wi- trouble, tuberculosis, or enlargedI broken, whether by women in dorm- --quite
ha osok eortcnominee thyroid. tories, sororities, or league housesquitns
the committee for special gifts in Dle- five groups and classified as to aciv- rectors of the Women's league at origInatic!
troit.iyThfisgru menunitd their meeting yesterday morning. Al- +Zutcoi
for Mchigan women 'ini Detroit, will slightly modified form of exercise. aities, particularly with regard to the1L T U DQS 11 U
Governor Fred Green and Mrs. Green . The students are closely observed breaking of closing hour rules, had ;ise, 'beau2
and will have as their special guests and any improvement or decline is been discussed before, this was its YOUR EASTER CLEANING
Little and other prominent speakers, 'attended to. The third group refers first formal introduction as a means oeel
be given at the ' Hotel Sttler, at to exercise which is definitely light of stricter enforcement of all regu- EARLY sl
which Vime President Woolley of Mt. and is for those who have weak ltions. -
Ilolyoke 'will be the guest of honor, 'hearts, tendencies toward tubercu- The measure was looked on with Be sure ~of having ou garments in readiness b not
and will discuss President Little's losis, kidney trouble, or are under- favor by the Board; it was felt that of your byTE LE NIG
views on education. for women. weight. Group four is corrective ac-! it would insure a fairer system among ~ putting offE S E L A IG
program nut on by Clarence Cook livity either for psture or feet. The Ith'e houses, since at present many of Our ENERGINE process is unexcelled in fabric re- Priced from $3.75
Detroit , was one of the first alum-:last group represents no activitylIthem are far more lenient than
'nae groups to take a $10,000 pledge temporarily. Th'le student is advised i others. A committee, consisting of 7uvenation and in leaving your garments absolutely odorless.;
to the League in June. The pledge to rest ratherthan exercise. Students representatives from dormitories, so Also avoidptin yourwntrg mes away in an ( ehv acmlt
is already over subscribed, and they in this. group are quite likely to find rorities, and league houses, has beenh e codtn Yurfr oasi
'ae'etn* pi 0 omk nte oleeuwoeoecniin orfrcasi particular need L I HS T
a~emeeingApil 0, o akeanohe I ollgetoo strenuous and have to appointed to investigate conditions uw eo
$10,000 pledge irrespective of thej leave. Students in grout three re- i ad discover the sentiment of women attention before storing them. L I~ S T
Sbci apaign oftanhengland ar te closest attention. Dr. Bell on campus toward such a plan. a lling 9and we will gladly call and care for your R Q II
Saseaa a n gofth amnd- a eieaniC all s,4191a
interested in Sybil Thorndike'a inter- - -
pretation of Lady Macbeth. 'Peristyle' Hankie Felts
_ Hats that hug the head
closely' and fare forth at dr- Garment Ceuning
'ving angles will be proclaimed Compelr>Y.
You choose your color and~
your material. They are all ? t" Th e I-aom e o f. E a er g i me
here at prices ranging from ° .R CRE
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Cosulting CostumerI
'.Winter clothies are uncoufort- __ _ _ _ _ __ ____ Sp in
able niow. Re attired in color-
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,omen intereste4 in trying out
SDelta Phi Af5r'erly Blak
iterary Society) 'are asked t0
heir manuscripts In the box
our gyymnasluiit, by .5 o'clock
March 18.
tball practices will be held
lar hours this vx ek, 4 'clck,
and senlork. -atid,5 e'cock
en and~ sophomores. -
>r Society :'ill ',Va' st at' 7:.30
t~oprrw a 1ety lBarbour
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t, Nichei Arcade
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underthings. that in their
>s, chic'ness :and 'indivi-
express their' Parisian
n. Copies;, of cause,
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charm--two-tone hem-
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ight-gowns - of rich,
k or sheer geoxette.
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Spring. Hosiery must be sheer and light, and the
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crepe and georgette, s~ports ro cks o-.f
jersey and flannel. 'You wl find their:
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