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THE MICHIGAN DAII~Y

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Women's Field House Will Contribute
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When the freshmen first arrived
they were immediately rush'ed around
from one thing to another, from
lecture to tea, from tea lto recital.
from recitals to receptions intermixed
with lawn fetes and garden parties.
The lovely garden of Dean and Mrs.
Bursley was opened to the new women
and their advisors on two afternoons.
Palmer field, with the snew women's
field house nearing comp j ion was
the scene of two teas, and a reception
was held at Barbour Gymnasium.
Then, after this strenuous week of
activities "ruching" realty began, and
the freshmen have been -literally
"rushed" to a series of breakfasts,
luncheons, teas and dinners.
Gypsies, Bohemians, madiens from
the Orient, Turkish shieks, and colon-
ial ladies from long ago have been
imported for the week's festivities
Cabarets have been very popular, ani
history repeated itself one afternoon,
when guests were invited to a Boston
tea party.
One group entertained at a circus
party, with all the fixings, of clowns
and peanuts and ice cream cones. It
is even rumored that a band of thugs
were present at a dinner party one
evening,
There was a farmer's breakfast, a
Black and White luncheon, a rose din-
ner and one where Eugene Field'.
famous gingham dog and calico cat
were present.

ale And Michigan Make Activity Survey
To Get Data On Scholastic Efficiency
"Recently at Yale a study was mad( tivities during the year 1926-27. Of a
of the comparative scholastic stand- possible 1371 University women elig-
ings of men active in campus organ- ible for participation during the fall
zations and those who did not take of the year, only 829 are recorded as
part in extra curricular activities., having taken part in either one or
This was done in the hope of es- more t of the many extra-curricular
tablishing some definite data with re- activities open to them.
gard to the opinion often upheld that INDIANAUiversity day was ob-
outside activities occupy so much of served
th tuen'stie ha hsacademic sreda 'teIndiana state fair this
the students time that his em fall. The University of Indiana had
work suffers," stated Miss Beatrice its own building for educational dis-
Johnson, advisor to women, comment-
'ng .on the report of the Point System plays.
Committee of the Women's League
which has compiled a set of figures in
connection with women active on S
campus here last year.
"It was discovered that in general
those who do participate in campus MAIrCE EFFECT.
activities are also those students who Ao
receive the better grades. The loafers N 1inyB ead
all the way through are, in the nain, EXTRA
the loafersin their courses as well," y request we have i
she continued. ;hoppe of Detroit (sp
The report of the Committe shows Waving) to stay with us
the following record of women in ac- rGENt1UINE EUGENE WAVE
NOTICESIWaves special for $7 5(
one week"...
. - -o N o Extra Charges
There will be a meeeting for all
second semester freshmen, and sopho-
more women interested in trying out[D4M
C r the Daily, at 4 o'clock Monday, i
the Daily office.$1

not improbable that this will be in the STOUGITON-PARiMELEE-NEW.,
near future. BERRY INUPTIALS CELEBRATED
ORIENTAL WOMEN A very unique wedding was solemn-
ARE NEWV COMERS ized Thursday evening in the parlors
of Helen Newberry residence, when
old Mr. Newberry whose: -part was
Among the newcom s to the Uni- taken by Marie Hartwigyas united in
versity are several of particular note. tarryaetHaiss;sutedin
Probably none are more interesting marriage with Miss Stoughton-Parme-
than the holders of the Barbour lee Newberry, represen, Emmy
Barbourou Smith.
scholarships for foreign women. There The blushing bride was lovely in a
are seven new appointees including in beaded evening dress, a veil fash-
their number Mrs. Ranjithom Aaron, ioned from two exquisite lace curtains,
Dr. Asa Nakao, and Miss Maria D. and her bouquet was made"up of crim-
Pastrana. son radishes, luscious, ipurrple grapes
Mrs. Aaron is a graduate of the and intermingled with sprays of car-
Women's Christian College, Madras. rots a bright orange hue.
from which E. K. Janaki came. She Aft riht bride hae.
took her A. B. degree in 1920, taught After the bride hadn sg9 en he
in the t Church of England Mission vows, a wedding receptipn was held in
School neap, Madras from 1921 to 1923, the home of the groom P1 ;,
earned her teacher's certificate in
1924 and taught again in the Mission to take her doctorate in lublic Health
school until coming to America with before she returns.
her husband,;st February. Mr. Aaron sent to a foreign university iom the
holds a two year scholarship in the Tokyo Women's Medical College. She
Y. M. C. A. College in Chicago. Mrs. took her M. D. degree there in 1923.
Aarons plans to take her Master's de- Last year she was an assistant in Dr.
gree, specializing in Eduyation. Kameyo Sadakata's clinic'in pediatrics
Dr. Nakao is the first women to be at St. Luke Hospital. She is planning

Tryouts for University Girls' Glet
Club will be'held in the School of
Music Monday and Tuesday from 4 to
6. Women may bring their own music
if they wish.
WHAT'S A RUSH?
-if it isn't an opportunity to
show your rushee that smartness
is a requirement of a smart so-
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cess, with lovely velvet, fragile chiffon. With
classic drapes and dashing boleros. With

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