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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FOE FV

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BETSY BSays Physical Education Work In China
r% ^^n e ^r'-i rn n Will Lead To Emancipation For Women

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DISCUSS SMOKING Ohio Dean Confers
AT U. OF CIICAGOAWith Freshmen Girls
Smoking among women is a much--
discussed subject at the University of Freshman women at Ohio StateI
Chicago. It is the policy of the univer- l make a confidant of their dean of
sity to give its students as mitch free- women. Last fall Miss Jessica Fos-
dom as possible, and this leniency ter, the acting dean, introduced the 1
has extended to the point of allow- plan of having each freshman woman

MIartha Cook Goes Down Before 1eavy
iitting;.Opponeints Score Poiints
In First 'Two Inningst
SORORITY NINE VICTORIOUS'
Beginning the third round of pre-3
liminary baseball today, only two reg-
ular games weretplayed. Either in-
terest in the game is waning, or the
warm weather has kept -the players
away, as ther were only two full
teams. Betsy BPorbour played Martha
Cook, and won over them by a score,
of 13 to 2, all of the points being
made in the first two innings. Three
home runs were made by members
of the Betsy Barbour team, and their
playing on the wholpwas very good.
The line-up for this game was as fol-
lows:
Betsy Barbour Martha Cook
L. Hazard........P.... M. Allshouse
R. Strasser ......C.... If. Beaumont
M. Babcock ......lb........ G. Kratz
H. Wooton.. .2b3... Q. Berkovitz
A. Wright.......3b...... F. Powers
E. Tyggeht ....ss....... H. Wolder
B. Smither.......lf........ M. Myer
A. Mattison......rf.........A. Cope
In the Kappa Delta-Couaens Hall
game, the latter team had only five
,) players, so Nellie Hoover, '28, Kappa
Delta, played on their team. The game
was rather uninteresting being more
for practice than anything else, and.
ended in a- score of 27 to 2 in favor
of the Kappa Deltas.
In the fiye o'clock games there were
not enough ,players for two teams, a
practice game was played between
Chi Omega and Zone 3 against Alpha
Omicron Pi.
OHIO- Students in Spanish will
have a chance to hear themselves as
others do by use of an ediphone.
IOWA STATE-Work has been begun
upon the million dollai' memorial
Union building.

1T: i I third of a, nese girl whom she is training to takeI
-; II i i a diary which was,
her place, and the former is now in
- hdu cmcted by the t e Philippines organizing recreation
I uAmercalast work there.
Sdcte "lte fam of Athletics form the chief recreation
- rof the Chinese but in spite of this
"It is the practice of Physical Edu- eight of the twelve city associations
cation that keeps alive the spirit have no committee for Physical Edu-
which will some day help to emanen- cation and only three, Canton Peking,
pate the women and girls of China," and Shanghai, have physical direc-
leclares M5is Vera Barger, a Nebras- tors. In all but one however there is
kan gradu:ate who is head of the re- a definite health program that takes
creation work of the Y. W. C. A.I the form of health lectures to Moth-
there. "Some of my students are al- er's Clubs, elementary teaching in
ready blazing the trail," adds Miss girls' clubs, and picture talks for
Barger. .1 a daily drill on the playground for
Miss Barger, who was graduated children.
in 1911, left her work in Ch'ina in Hongkong has a swimming class
charge of an' assistant, a young Chi- and Canton leads the way with the
--Ifirst association swimming pool which
LIST POSTED FOR iS being built out of doors. Peking
ENTR ES A i has twenty-five gynnsium classes
E TR(IEw IN MEE iT th a registration of over three hun-
dred and has trained directors to su-
First interclass track meet will be pervise them. This city offers a course
held Mar 1, when all University wo- for playground leaders, has ten game
men will have the opportunity to groups, a class in individual correc-
compete. No one can take part in tive work, and two playgrounds. The
more than three events and for these associations are beginning to adopt
three events they are asked to sign playground work as a part of their
up immediately in Barbour gym- health education program.
nasium. There will be further op- More and more play is creeping into
portunity for all women to practice the life of Chinese maidens. At Ging-
track in the two track practices which ling College girls engage in various
will 13e held the Monday and Wed- games and in the winter, when they
nesday before the meet. . are unable to be on the athletic field.

ing women to smoke on the first floor
of Ida Noyes Hall.(

appear at her office at a certain time
for conference and advice.

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Migs Elizabeth Wallace, head of Each woman is questioned about
Foster Hall, has made the statement: her pre-college schooling, because it
"As far as I know there are no smok- has been found that her preparation
ing rules for women on this cam- greatly influences her reactions. Then
pus." Although the women's dormi-i the dean asks her about her grades
tories are opposed to smoking, any)I and curriculum. Many individual
girl can, of course, smoke in her own problems are solved in these talks.
room. And in Ida Noyes Hall smoking Sometimes living conditions are found
is permitted on the first floor. Most Ito be unpleasant and a change of
women do not take advantage of this residence is arranged.
privilege, however, but show consid- This work has been carried on since
eration for others by not smoking. the fall quarter, but some students
Representative women on the Chi-, are still to be interviewed. The work
cago campus express the opinion that is necessarily slow, as only ten or
smoking is a matter, not of morals,'twelve can be interviewed each day
but of custom. Their opinion is that without giving the conferences an air
there are plenty of places to smoke, of routine, impersonal questioning.
without opening Ida Noyes Hall. The) Next year, however, i is hoped that
Daily Maroon, while giving no opin- j all freshmen can confer with the dean
ion on the advisability of smoking, as- before the end of the winter quarter.
serts that women should be allowed
to smoke where and when they please. Patronize Daily Advertisers

THETA SIGMA PH1 NOTICES,
PLEDGES WOMEN'
NTheta Sigma Phi will hold initiation
for new members at 7:15 tonight at
Pledging services for the new mem- the Kappa Delta house, 1620 Cam-
bers of Theta Sigma Phi, national bridge Road.
honorary journalistic society for
women, were held at 2:30 o'clock yes- Wyvern will entertain Mortarboard
terday at the Kappa Alpha Theta and Senior society at a picnic Thurs-
house. They preceded an informal tea lay afternoon.
given by the society for the women
delegates to the high school press rion Anderso4, '28; Sylvia S. Stone,
convention which met here Friday '29; Adele De Graw, '28; Mrs. Helen
and Saturday. 'Peck, '29; Marion Searle, '29; Mary
The following women were elected Louise Taylor, '29; Gladys Allen, '28;
to membership: Mary Boyle, '28; Ma- and Mary Ptolemy, '29.
REAL HOME COOKING
--at--
UTTLE LUNCH
You may select your dinner or lunch
from our long list of good things to eat.

STRAW AND
LACE HATS
A delightful summer
vogue tending toward
a more, softly feminine
mode as sponsored by
Reboux. We have three
new models received
from Vogue Hats -
Garfunkel Makers, of
Fifth Avenue, New
York.
$15.00

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Here is a vacation prize worth trying
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MICHIGAN BELL
T1ELEPT"HONE CS).
Long Distance Is An Aid
To Aibion Colleg

Ax.sszoN COLLEGEL
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M~arch 20, 19£7.
M'r. Burch Foraker, Prest&'nt
Sichigan Boll Telryhoue Coc. ;ry
My dear Lur. Foraker.
Please permit me to com-
pliment and thank you for thne sp'en-
did service we are receiving trom
the telephone comnpany, particularly
onon long distance calls.
During our recent bu Iding
operations orhen the 'uaanna Weley
Hall, our d2oritory for women, was
under construction there were many
occasions when time was money and we
found it imensnely cheaper and more
ef'fective to telephone rather than
to write or telegraph.
A~t all times your long-
distance service has been very satis.
factory, and we are glad to bear wit- w
ness to the spoe and efficiency with
which you have met needs of Albion
College and its students.
Very truly yours,
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