THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SCHOOL OF NURSING Portia Will Hold
Tryouts Oct 11
Tryout's for Portia literary society
HAS BIG [NROLLMENRT I o yusOt~ iINTEREST I N SININI
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 11, accord-
ing to the announcement made by thf
Number This Year Is Limited Because president, Katherine Lardner, '30L, at More singing of Michigan songs is
Of Accommodations; 300 Compose the meeting Tuesday night. All worn- part of the prospective program of the
Training School 'en, including freshmen, who are in- University Girls' Glee club. Miss Nora
terested in debating, book and drama Hunt, the director of the organization ,
FURNISH RESIDENCE HALL reviews, and discussions of present ;is planning to cooperate with the
day uesionsareurged to prepare a Womien's league in stimulating inter-,
day questions are ure opeae est in the singing of college songs.
Again the University Hospital two or three minute speech for tryouts 'Toi few University women," sas
School of Nursing has enrolled a large on the date specified. Any informa- IMiss Hunt, "are fmiliar with the
number of student nurses. There is tion regarding tryouts may be ob-'MssHnsg"
a freshman class of 100 members. This tained by calling Miss Lardner, 3716. Michigan songs"
class is, however, smaller than last Plans were also made by the mem- Tryouts for the University Girls'
year's on account of limited accom- hers for a supper, Tuesday, October Gex lunrMony enTedayrofourt
modations. The total enrollment in 27, at the fireplace. Members will s on Meona an Tusday of net
the School of Nursing approximates be called and are asked to inform the ?,wees at the School of Music. The glee
g p chub, which numbers about S0 women,
300. To accommodate all of the stu- officers if unable to attend .is arousing more interest eah year.
dents it has been necessary to ;utilize
Lowman house on East Ann street as lounge furniture is being installed. Fifteen years agoiatedn wis tHunt
well as the Student Nurses' residence. Last year's and this year's graduating 1fi rst became asoc edth it, dhebl
The School of Nursing has been classes have given money for the pur- club was scarcely more than a double
gradually elevating its educational chase of lamps, pictures, and otherIquartet.
standards and has been attracting bric-a-brac, while the furnishing of, The activities of the glee club last
more and more students, especially the lobby is the gift of the Alumnae year included singing at one of the'
from outside the state. It is estimated association of the school. Faculty Concerts and a trip to Ohio-
that one-third of this year's students The Y. W. C. A. is among the other Wesleyan Uiversity, as well as broad-
are non-resident. The number of stu- organizations which has raised money casting. While this year's' rogram
dents who take the combined cur- for the furnishing of the nurses' resi- has not yet been completely worked
ricula in letters and nursing is also dence. Its gift will be the grand piano out, it is certain that the broadcasting
increasing. Twelve per cent of the for the living room. while the stu- will be continued.'
total number of nurses are taking the dent nurses have the use of an ade- Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
five-year course. quate medical library, their fiction Glee Club will not be held until thei
The furnishing of the Student Nurses' library is not yet complete and the organization of the major glee club is
residence is now being completed.I donation of, any standard fiction would completed, Choral Uni o theyouts are
The living room, reception hall, and be welcomed. being held thisScl
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Betsy Barbour House and
Newberry Residence have new
directors this year. Miss Mary
replaces Miss Ruby Howe in
Barbour. 'Miss Lytle is from
iquette, Michigan and is a gradu
Bryn Mawr College. Miss Hov
signed her position as social di
last spring to accept a very fine
tion as assistant dean of wom
Cornell University. Miss Ka
Hamm has returned and is again
ness manager of Betsy Barbour.
The position occupied by
Louise Hastings in Helen Nev
has been. filled by Miss Lydia '
oqf Laramie, Wyoming. Miss 'T
was a student at Northwesteri
versity, and a graduate of the
versity of Wyoming. Miss Mary
is assistant director.
Miss Elva Forncrook has re
to Martha Cook and Mrs. Al
Schule to Adelia Cheever House
Frances Broene is again direc
of:Music. Of the 300 membems
Choral Union the majority r)'
Miss Emily 0 .Butler, -,New
philanthropist, has. left $1,000,
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