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Tournament Will Determine All-Sport
Camnpus Ciampionship Contest
Between Classes
Inter-class baseball will start today.
This tournament, the last sport of the
year, is of particular interest to the
participants because it will determine
the campus championship in all sports
in the inter-class competition. At pres-
nt the junior and senior classes are
practically equal as to number of
points but the sophomores came up in
their rating by winning the track
ineet. Winners in last year's baseball
contest are now seniors and because
;iof these various factors, interest in
the coming games is very high.
The tournament will be carried out
according to this schedule: today, 4
o'clock, freshman vs. seniors; 5
o'clock, sophomores vs. Juniors; 4
o'clock next, Thurday, freshman vs.
sophomores; 5 'ciclck, juniors vs. sen-
Following the'class practices in
baseball which have been held during
the season the following people have4
been selected 'to fill the various po-
sitions on the teams: seniors, M. Mc-1
Nally, p.; F. D neWind, c.; M. Alls-
house 1st; S. Sturos, 2nd; F. Foster,t
3rd; 5. Nixon ss; I. Ballantyne, rf;
E. Doster cf; and F. Mason If; with
D. Wagner. R. Van Gildner, N. Bentler
members of the squad. 4
The junior team will be composed
of: M. Robinson, p; A. Wright c; G.
Appelt 1st; M. 49ugh 2nd; L. Parks
3rd; E. Child ss; M. Hardy rf; S. Bo-t
nine cf; M. Brummeler lf; with P
Tuthill, J. Folsom and H. HorneyI
members of the squad.
Those selected for the sophomoret
team are: F. Miller, p; T. Levine c;I
A. Zauer 1st; R. Strasser, 2nd; I.
Wideminus 3rd; E. Lyons ss; L. Coo-t
ley If; ,E. Grinnell of; J. Sauborn rf;
and the squad will be B. Smither, E.
Middlewood and M. Tuke.
Tle freshman toam will be an'-
nounced later.
Problems common to all Junior Col-e
leges were discussed at a final meet-
ing of the second annual Michigani
Junior College Conference, held yes-t
terday morning at Helen NewberryI
Activities, and what each delegatei
bad accomplished at her respectiveI
school presented an interesting prob-
lem, which involved also the question
ofrwhathpart freshmen and soph-
mores should be allowed to play in
class activities. An Interesting solu-
tion to the "click" problem was pre-
sented by one group, who said that
they had found that group meetings
were a splendid incentive to a demo-
cratic spirit.
Following the meeting the delegates
had luncheon at the Green Tree Inn
In the afternoon they were entertain-
ed at tea at Martha Cook, and were
driven around the campus.
The conference was inaugurated as
a permanent institution for th-e pur-
pose of beirg a real service to Mich-
Mgcn's Junior Collees, as well as pro-
viding a na 4 'f acquaintanceship
for the delegate's,$who eventually at-
tend Michigan.
The Women's.League acted as spon-
sor for the conference. The comit-1
a tee in charge was headed by Kather-
ine Froline, '28 who was assisted by
Mabel Humphrey,, '28, Letta Peters
'28, Florence Watchocket, '28, and

Mary Wolfitt, '28.
Twelve hundred girls at the Univer-
sity of Mississippl have agreed to, wear
only cotton clothes until the surplus
cotton is used up.

HER NOVEL WINS Helen Young Of Fort Wayne To Be Only
Woman Pharmacist Graduated In 1927;
Michigan's only woman pharma- sults of the first semester grades
cist is in the class of 1927--this is and a competitive examination held
the unique position held by Helen in May. Miss Young won second prize
Young of Fort Wayne,, who is grad- in this her first year.
uating as a laboratory technician from She also won the Charles Ralph
the School of Pharmacy this June. Eckler prize, which is a set of over
In a recent interview Miss Young 170 crude drugs in separate boxes
told how sh'e left home with the deter- contained in a large cabinet. Each box
mination to succeed as a pharmacist, is labelled with the correct Latin
and how now, at the end of four title, common name and habitat. The
..::.::: year's intense study, she will return prize is considered a great honor, and
to Fort Wayne as one of two women is very valuable to the student of
assi tants in the noted "Miss Eman- pharmacy.
I uel's Pharmacy" in that city. "The four year's work certainly has
"I didn't want to teach school," said been hard," said Miss Young, "but
Miss Young, when relating the choice nevertheless I have thoroughly enjoy-
of her field of work, "and in looking ed it. This semester I am really hav-
through the Michigan catalogue prior ing quite a luxurious time, as it is the
to my entrance here, pharmacy seem- first one I have had with one after-
ed interesting and good preparatory noon free. Also, I have had time to
work for medicine, which has always take courses outside the pharmacy
Ifascinated me. So I decided to take the school which I have always wanted
pharmacy course, work for a year or to do."
so, and then go back to Michigan and
take up medicine. PERSONNEL WORK
"My plans in that respect may be
changed however," referring to study- OPENS TO WOMEN
ing medicine, "for the prospect of
Miss Radcliffe 1111 working for Miss Emanuel at her fa- "The field of personnel work in de-
mous pharmacy is fascinating. Then partment stores is being greatly en-
This year's award of the famous too, I have been urged to go into larged," says Miss Beatrice Johnscn,
"Femina Vie l:leureuse" prize given business for myself later on. So I may one of the advisers of women, who
each year by a French woman's mag- continue right in pharmacy." has been making a study of the po-
azine to the woman author of "the In her four years at Michigan Miss sitions open to college women. "Per-
best English novel of the year" has Young has won high honors in var- sonnel work may include anything,
been presented to Miss Radcliffe Hall ious lines. She has been very active from health teaching to the selection
for her book "Adams Breed". in class affairs, having been a class ( of employees. In the Chicago dis-
officer for th'ree years, has won sev- trict this field is fairly well filled,
LANTERN NIGHT' eral prizes in pharmacy and is a but in the east and west there are
member of Rho Chi, national pharma-, still many opportunities for women."
SET FOR TODAY cy society, and Phi Kappa Phi, na- Miss Johnson mentions two.ways
tional honorary society based on of obtaining positions in the person-
scholarship and service to the uni- nel force of a large store. One is to go
Traditional observance of Lantern versity. in as a clerk and work up from the
night will take place tonight at 7 Rho Chi, to which she was elected bottom. The other is to go to a school
o'clock after being postponed two days her third year, awards annually a such as the Prince School in Boston,
prize of $10.00 to the first year stu- f which trains women for personnel
because of poor weather. At this time dent making the best scholastic ave- work and helps them to find a posi-
the seniors will hand their lighted rage, basing the merit upon the re- tion after graduation.#
lanterns to the junior class following
them in the customary ceremony and been asked to join the Women's honor Thirty eight women were recent-
the juniors will in turn pass on their societies on this campus will be an- ly initiated into W. A. A. at Ida Noyes
gayly colored hoops to the sophomores nounced. hall of the University of Chicago.
as a token of the progress of the
classes. =~ 1t61llillilllllllllll ll ilililllillllll11111111lilllt llll lilillllillll 1U 111111111t111lll tllrlii
The freshman pageant will open to-
night's nrogram. This will mark the"
first time that a niece of work has T'H E
been attempted by this class as a unit.
This year the theme of the pageant
will be the portraying of the GreekGT
games and the myth 'of Atlanta's race
with her suitors. A dance' drama willI
follow the pageant which is being pro-,
duced by members of Orchesis, a spe-!Luncheon, 1] 3Q-1 ;30
cial group of women interested in L
natural dancing. This marks the first= Dinner, 5:30-7:00I
time that the dance drama has been,
given in connection with the Lantern
Night festivities. Special Parties by Arrangement.
All women are urged to take part1- ,
in the Lantern night ceremony. A
large block M will be formed and the c t Phone 9646 205 South State St.
seniors will sing their class song ac-
companied by the Varsity band. At
this time the new women who have

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Dr. Ethel Leonard "In the Arcade"
Formerly of Los Angeles and now
said to be the only woman practising
medicine in Peking, Dr. Ethel Leon- .
ard has recently returned to China,
where she owns considerable prop-
erty. She declares that although she
expects the United States government Lyr
to protect her property she believesn"hafoteCns.
Warm Weather
There was an error in yesterday's
paper regarding the amount of money
which the junior girls' play commit-
tee donated to the building fund of T'3HESE new frocks of georgettes,
the Women's League. The amount was dainty chiffons, and light summer
$3000, rather than $2000, as was stat- silks fairly breathe coolness. The lovely
ed in that issue. new shades will delight you. They are
so chic and charmingly different.
The Night Club Classic All at
sat. Mat. 0c42.OO
B onstelle Playhouse Petite Frocke Shoppe
DNheAN AFFAIR "Out of the way, but less to pay."
Ti BgH308Maynard St. Near the "Maj."
The Biggest Y4/'1Mystery Hit n
Five YearsIa


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315 State St.



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Liberal compensation. Write the
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Kuensel, 6636, or Max Shadley,


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combinations and Parymar bodies.


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You will find it to your advantage to send in your subscription
Before the end of the semester so that there will be no chance




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