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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'HOCKEY-S[ASON WILLStudent Nurses In University Hospital
" "rn{will Initiate Extra-Curricular Program

'IS COUZENS HALL RR EEEMOTION IS AIM
SOCIAL DIRECTOR

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ULUSE WII1H 1 I Under the leadership of Miss Shir- athletics, dramatics and literature,
ley C. Titus, director of nursing, and religious work, outings, and social
Annual Athletic Banquet WIll Be Heli Miss Margaret Peck, 'the new social activity.
At Jo Parker's Restaurant director of Couzens Hall, student Self-government Is Important
Tuesday Night nurses at the University hospital are Self-government in Couzens hall is
says Miss Peck, cooperative. "It is
CUP WILL BE PRESENTED undertaking an inclusive program of carried on by means of cooperation
extra-curricular activities. between the student nurses and the
Miss Peck is a graduate of Middle- faculty of the nursing school. Three
Tuesday night marks the formal bury College and has secured a advantages are secured from this
closing of the hockey season with the master's degree from Columbia Uni- self-government: responsibility ini-
fifth annual banquet in honor of the versity. She aims in her work here tiative, and a knowledge of practical
occasion. The importance of this to develop the social and extra-cur- government. The student government
event has grown largely within the ricular side of the nurses' education. idea is not new to nursing schools,
last few years. "Ten years ago," she remarked when but it would appear that considerable
In the fall of 1922 at the close of the interviewed, "extra-curricular activi- more thought and study should be
season, the hockey manager, thinking ties were practically unknown in the given to it before it can be said to
that something should be done to cele- nursing profession. And even now, reach its maximum value."
brate, with the team managers relatively few hospitals in the coun- In the field of athletics Couzens
planned a picnic in the form of a try sponsor outside activities for their hall is to have an intramural team
weenie roast, but rain on the day set students." in basketball and in volley ball to
for the picnic forced them to hold it The views of Miss Titus and Miss compete with the various campus or-
in Barbour Gymnasium. Peck with regard to the value of ex- ganizations. Physical education is
The next year, the same idea was tra-curricular activ{ies in r. ursing required of all freshman nurses, and
carried out but this time it was in schools are summarized in an article these teams offer to others who are
the form of a dinner, and held in one written by Miss Titus for the "Amer- interested an opportunity for partici-
of the sorority houses. . From that ican Journal of Nursing." "Educa- pating in sports.
time on the elaborateness of the oc- tion," says Miss Titus, "is duo-natur- May Introduce Dramatics
casion has increased, and for the last ed, consisting of formal and informal Plans for a dramatic society are
two or three years, the affair has been instruction." now being discussed. Miss Peck hop-
a banquet held at famous Jo Parker's Favor Extra-Curricular Work es that within a month the club will
restaurant, where it will also take She believes that extra-curricular be well under way. Literary clubs,
place this year. activities, which are the usual type of with work embracing book and poet-
The banquet this year, according to informal education, are equally as ry study, will take care of those
Janet Jones, '29, hockey manager, valuable as formal classroom instruc- nurses who have literary tastes. An
promises to be the largest and one of tion. "They contribute greatly to the orchestra and glee club will also
the best in its short history. Besides girl's moral, mental, and physical de- be included in the program for giving
the four-course dinner,t there will be velopment. They help her master cer- outlet to artistic and literary talent.
peppyhmusic for dancing,tand short tain processes or mechanisms--such In regard to the educational value
speeches by members of the faculty as social amenities-which make it of art, literature, and drama, both
of the Physical Education Department. possible for her to take her place in Miss Titus and Miss Peck have ex-
Decorations will follow the scheme of life effectually, more easily, and more pressed a fondness for the following
the four class colors. The all star surely. They teach her practical citi- quotation by Dr. Willystine Good-
hockey team will be announced, the zenship, and tend to build ethical sell:
members of which are chosen from the character and promote a spiritual "A young womjan who is not grow-
best players of this season; class num- outlook on life." ing through her avocations and pleas-
cuas will be prented, t the winnes The major forms of activities which ures, as through her chosen work, to
cup will be presented to the winners are to be undertaken in the School a true appreciation of beauty as well
of Mentramural tournamen ds, win- of Nursing include: self-government, as to a broader and sympathetic un-
ners and runners-up of both A and B derstanding of the mystery, tragedy,
intramural tournaments, the executive the possibilities of human life, is but
board,and any others who are inter- imperfectly educated."
ested in intramural hockey are invit- - Religious activity among the stu-
ed to attend. Tickets are $1.75 apiece, dent nurses centers in their branch
and it is absolutely necessary that r - - of the Y. M. C. A.,, although closer
tickets be bought before the banquet- connections with the various denom-
They may be obtained from Jeanette inational groups in the city are hoped
Saurborn '29. dial 4739. for. A Hallowe'en social was the

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OF DANCING CLASSESl
That the natural dancing classes
are becoming more popular every year
is shown by the fact that they were
rapidly filled during registration.
Miss Johnson of the physical educa-
tion department says that several did
not know what kind of dancing would
be taught, and believed that they
would be taught the fixed and formal
steps. But the idea of free movement
which was started at University of
Wisconsin and which has spread to
many colleges is the method taught
here.
According to Miss Johnson the
body has its own movements which
are natural to it, and it is trained back
to these natural movements. In the
follow-through idea one part of the
body starts, while the rest follows
For example, if you bend forward with
your hands drooping down, in rising
your shoulders should lift first with
the head and hands following.
Flexion, detortion, and extention
are the fundamentals. Walking and
running are the elements of all danc-
nning. reni these basic rhythms are
derived all steps. Miss Johnson
slates that they may be compared to
the alphabet.yCombinations of steps
are only taught to stimulate your im-
agination. When you have control of
the body, you can create your own
steps.
Everyone has a certain amount of
latent talent for dancing. It is only
a matter of development. Dancing is
an expression of your own person-
ality thru a controlled body.
For those seriously interested in
dancing Saturday morning classes will
be formed later on. Anyone wishing
to try out for Orchesis should join
this class for development.
"Bolts" in fine arts last Friday
should have, been made justifiable by
a visit to the Chicago Institute of Arts
on the following day.
If the line holds and the backfield
is fast, observes the Free Press, what
else, really, is there to the great edu-
cational problems of today.

League Entertains NOTICES
At Armistice Party There will be an important meeting
_ l of the volley ball captains Monday at
The following women were guests at 3:45, immediately preceding the fresh-
the party given by the Women's lea- man hygiene lecture, in Barbour gym-
gue Friday afternoon in Sarah Cas- nasium.
well Angell hall: Miss Grace Rich-
ards, Miss Alice Lloyd, Miss lone Any sophomore women who would
Johnson, Mrs. Louise Van Sickle, Miss like to play for the sophomore circus
Ethel McCormick, Dr. Margaret Bell. call Dorothy Mapel, dial 21616.
Miss Rugh Figgee, Miss Annis Hall, Announcement is made of the en-
Miss Laurie Campbell, Mrs. Elizabeth gagement of Miss Arleen Unsworth,
Woodward, Miss Dorothy Ogborn, and '28, to Mr. Frederick W. Weitzel, '28E.
Miss Ella Rawlings. Miss Unsworth is a member of the
Friday being Armistice day, the Delta Delta Delta sorority and Weitzel
decorations were in the army style. isa member of the Pi Kappa Alpha
The guests were first met by an army fraternity.
guard. In the main hall were found
machine guns, army rifles and sold- Mrs. Mabel Hansen of Evanston,
ier caps. A novel feature of the en- 111., is one of the few, women who is
tertainment was a "gun" dance which the sole owner and manager of a
was followed by a specialty dance by garage. She has sole charge of the
Miss Velma Johnson. Refreshments business, hiring mechanics, keeping
were served in army canteen style by the books, and overseeing the work
the assisting guards. done in the shop.
CHAMPAIGN - Unversity of Ili- COLUMBUS-Ohio State University
nois: Sigma Chapter of Phi Chi Theta claimed as graduates five of the elev-
national professional fraternity for en delegates from Columbus to the
w omen, has recently been installed at convention of the Ohio Newspaper
the University of Illinois. Women's association.

Miss Margaret Peck
Who is to lead in the program of,
extra-curricular activities among tho'
student nurses at the University hos-
pital.

SALEOFTIKES O
BALL BEGINS TUESDAY
Tickets for Pan-Hellenic Ball are
to be on sale from 2 to 5 o'clock next
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 15 and
16, at Barbour gymnasium. They are
five dollars apiece, which includes the
price of the favors. Lois Porter is in
charge of the tickets and she advises
that they be bought as soon as the
sale opens, as there are not sufficient
tickets to supply the demand.
Tickets will he given to 275 sorority
women and the remaining 127 will be
distributed among independent wom-
en on the campus. A representative
from each sorority is asked to pur-
chase the allpttment of ticket; for
her whole group, to avoid mistakes
and complications. The favors will
be ready for 'distribution soon and
will be given to each person present-
ing a ticket at Barbour gymnasium
from 2 to 5 o'clock. Music will be fur-
nished by Seymour Simon's feature
orchestra, and Goodhew's are to dec-
orate the Union Ballroom in fall
colors.
Education week, to be observed
throughout the country, might well be
extended to take in the entire year.
The modern flapper is eyed askance
in Japan, according to an article in an
Asia magazine, and the modernized
Japanese woman is causing a lot of
comment.

O NE WEEK ONLY! BEGINNING TONIGHT, SUNDAY, NOV. 13

TO SEE AND HEAR

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Messrs. Shubert present The Greatest Light Opera Production
Ever Offered
MOST SENSATIONAL AChIEVEMENT IN MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS
Stirring Soulful Love Scenes that Appeal to Old and Young Alike
COMPANY OF 125 INCLUDING 60-FAMOUS STUDENT CHORUS-60
With Ilse Marvenga, DeWolf Hopper, Sudworth Fraser
NIGHTS-Orchestra, $2.50 and $3.00; balcony, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00;
Family Circle, 50c and 75c. THURS and SAT MATS.-50c to $2.00.

URGES STUDY OF
.CHILDREN'S MINDS'
"I believe there is a big opening for
women in the field of child psychol-
ogy," said Mrs. Mary Van Tuyle yes-
terday. Mrs. Van Tuyle who is tak-
ing courses on campus, is an assist-
ant in the psychology department.
"This field is new and has- scarcely
been touched. By child psychology, I
mean pertaining to the child from one
and a half to five years old. Much
has been done along the line of in-
fant psychology and for the child of
five and up, but it is only recentlyp
that anything has been done in this
work.
"'Women are perhaps better suited
for this work than men are, for wom-
en understand children better as a rule
than do men.* Then too, if a woman
psychologist has children of her own
and is deeply interested in their train-
ing, her methods are apt to be more
practical than theoretical. I know
this to be true in the case of Dr.
Katherine Wooley, an eminent child
psychologist.
"Young women who later have
families of their own will find that a
course in child psychology will help
them a great deal in child training,"
declared Mrs. Van Tuyle, "and I think
they would find such a course ex-
tremely interesting."
LONDON-A woman has been elect-
ed Lord mayor of Liverpool, and 13
other women have been elected may--
ers in towns and cities of England
and Wales.
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ACCORDING TO CORA:
The first hundred years are the
hardest and after that it's worse.

first entertainment sponsored by the
Y. W. C. A. this year.
An outing club has been formed,
for which great enthusiasm is shown.
Two hikes have been taken-one on
a cold, blustering day. The nurses are
further brought together in a social
way by a bridge club and by a num-
ber of teas and dances which are
being planned.
It is the Eskimos on Baffin Island,
according to Putnam, who are always
walking about and consequently their
boots must be pliable and here a wife
comes in handy. She chews her hus-
band's 'tupeks' while he sits around
and smokes his pipe.

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CURVES AHEAD
The Way of Fashion is
leading toward Femininity
-But beware of Detours.
She, who would success-
fully travel on the 'Road of
Chic' this Holiday Season,
is consulting someone who
has studied the Route.
Agnes McIntyre
Consulting Costumer
Nickels Arcade

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OPEN TODAY
9 a. e . to 11 p.m.
As a special accomodation to our
many patrons
Lunches-Sodas-Candies

Cotillion Frocks and New

Robes de Style

BETSY ROSS SHOP
Nickels Arcade

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COOPER'S
KITCHENETTE
FAMOUS FOR FOOD
This is our $.75 Sunday
Dinner
Noodle Soup
Egg, Olive and
Tomato Salad
Baked Chicken
or
Roast Pork, Dressing
Mashed Potatoes,
Pickles Carden Peas
Ice Cream Rolls
Milk or Coffee
Dinner, 12-2-5:30-7

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MARCEL EFFECT - RINGLET ENDSI
No Water Waving Necessary
No Kinky Head Last 6 to S Months
DI MATTIA SPECIAL-COME EARLY
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
CIENUINE EUCENE WATE
'Waves special for $700
one week .........
No Extra Charges
FREDERICK VITA-TONIC
Very special for
No Extra Charges !
EXTRA - SPECIAL - EXTRA
CURLINE-COMPOUND PROCESS
A soft, loose, lustrous marcel effect with Ring-
let-end. A safe and gentle process. Will not
injure the finest texture of
hair.. , No Extra Charges
EXTRA SPECIAL .
IMarcel ............P75c Steam Treatment
1I air Cut5......... 0c and Hot Oil ... 5.
Shampoo ........ 50c Henna Pack ....

The coming festivi-
ties demand the
especially 10 v e l y
evening frock. Like
these new arrivals.
Frocks of gorgeous
materials: brocades,
lames, taffeta, chif-
fon, sheer crepes,
rich velvets. The
robe de style mode

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is here in
variations.

countless

The perfect coat is the all around dressy coat
of soft suede-like fabric. Deep fur cuffs and
shawl collars, and possibly a deep fur border
at the bottom. The college girl is seen mostly
in her coat, 'so the coat must be selected with
that idea in mind. It must be of the best
material and fur of the latest style, and just
the right color. You will find all of the new
styles and colors in this fine group of coats.

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