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SEODT T EAmerican Woman Will Decide Fate Of
1i Her Country," Declares Lucien Romier
After an extensive Am'erican tour, Iing of the moral structure of Amei- IELU AT 11110
Lucien Romier, French publicist, has can society.
.-- . recently published his impressions. It I "On the other hand, if American
Final Selection Of Junior Women For is his opinion that the American wo- women rebel against the obsession of An opportunity to tak
Atu1iaI Produetion Begins man will decide the fate of her coun- money making in favor of education, peek into the new w(
Mondaty. try. At present, he says, the Amer- personal culture and the taste for re- house will be given to a
can woman enjoys advantages and finement, the United States will have of \\. A. A. and their
MINNA MILLER To DIRCT privileges unknown to her European nothing to fear for a cenlur' ivery WCes(ay aftternioon fir
sisters. fortune needs to be defended by war- 7:30 o'clock. The event
Second tryouts for the cast and "She has beauty, health, liberty, riors; women - not the spenders but that W. A. A. is sponsor
choruses of the 24th annual Junior superiority of culture, traditional au- the true producers of the tradlitional informal opening of the
Girls' Play will begin on Monday, thority. She is protected by the laws, type-make the best warriors." the formal opening to take
.lan. 9, under the direction of Minna she does not fear her men folk, her --- --------_ . er in the spring.
Miller, '27, who takes that position life is far less hard than that of her MUSICAL COUNTRY Every member of the W(
following the resignation of Prof. husband or brother . . . . She is lack- - |letic association as wel
Jchn L. lbrumnrn head of the depart- ing in sentimental happiness." IS AIM OF CLUBS who are eligible for mem

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ke the first
(men's field
ll members
guests next
om 5 until
is the party
ring a:, the
field house,
ke place lat-

FOR BOOK IN EXTENSIVE COMPETITION Just as she is ready to accept a suit-
or shte receives a wvhite rose. The he-
Katherine Holland Brown, a gradu- "Youths Companion." Her literary ca- rone always changes her mind the-
tite of the University of Michigan, reer however was not begun until for some unknown reason. The scene
se etlyenaardedthepryze gafter she had served how ppreti C- shifts to a construction camp on the
eas recently been awarded the prize ship. For the first two years after , Mexican border, and then the action
offered by the Women's Home Com- graduation Miss Brown taught in the begins. This novel is very well writ-
>anion, and the John Day Co. This Quincy, Illinois, high school, and then ten.
prize is the largest one ever offered engaged in newspaper work. From
tr a purely literary work. The cor- ithat field she graduated in magazine James Hay, blacksmith by trade and
panics offered one a prize for tlwe J writing. Nevertheless, Miss Brown has investor in bonds has just been elect-
anbest manuscript submitted by a man continued to make her home in Quin- ed to the presidency of the Bank of
and by a woman. It was unanimously cy. ' Norfolk in California. At present he
agreed however that no man had en- Among the books written, "White is 87 yearsn of age and he still divides
tered a novel' which couldm be conid- Roses," is by far the best one, ex- his time between the forge and his
Aereanrvofewinnioledth be priz cluding her present novel. It is a bank.



eredt ior ny of wlzug 110 .LL~
iomen's Ath-, Out of the 1,391 contestants only 418
R as others were men. Miss Brown's novel "The
bership will Father" was by far the best one sub-
which will mitted.

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ient of journalism, who was to have
directed the play.
The complete schedule of tryouts,
which will determine those junior wo-
men who will finally partake in thet
prodllCtion, is announced by Elizabeth
Wellman, chairman of the play, as+
follows: chorus tryouts will begin
fron, 4 to 6 o'clock on Monday, and
will be continued from 4 to 6 o'-
,4tlock on Tuesday, and from 7 to 9
o'clock on Wednesday, all tryouts.
taking place in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hail of Barbour gymnasium.
Those who have been asked to re-
t rn for cast tryouts will appear eith-
e from 7 to 9 o'clock on Thursday,,
Jan. 12, or from 4 to 6 on Friday,
Jan. 1 :,also in Sarah Caswell Angell
All tryouts are urged to come on.
Monday in order to secure appoint-
ments. A limited number will be al-
lowed to try out on Monday but all
others will be given numbers for the
remaining days; this will enable the
con imittee to arrange the tryouts and
eliminate much unnecessary waiting
and confusion.,
Everyone, whether trying out for
cast or chorus, is required to sing
alone, to assist the committee in dis-
covering how strong or how weak the
individual's voice may be. The quali-
ty of one's voice will not necessarily
disqualify h'er for a part, but it will
give the committee some idea of ac-
tually how much musical talent they
cail count on.
Both cast and chorus tryouts are
asked to come prepared with dance
steps. The cast, in addition, are re-
quired to present a speaking selec-
tion, preferably from a irodern play.
Tryouts are also advised to bring
their own piano acompanists, if Dos-
Announcements concerning poster
requirements and meetings for lyric
writers will be made within the next
few days, and junior women interest-
edy in this work are asked to watch
for notices in The Daily.
Miss Miller, who has undertaken
the direction of the play, will be re-
membered -for her part as Becky in
"Becky Behave," the Junior Girls'
Play of her class, as well as several
other dramatic productions on the

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According to Romiere "men workt
too hard and women spend too fast." "To make America the most trulyI
"If," he asserts, "women increase musical nation in the world" is thet
their already enormous appetite for aim of the National Federation of,
the material advantages of existence, 4
danger lies ahead. It will be only nec- E Music Clubs, according to a state-t
essary for a little crisis, for some sort ment made by Mrs. William Arms!
of trouble to arise after 20 or 30 Fisher, first vice-president of the or-
years to cause an irremediable crack- ganization. The affiliations of the'
Intfederation comprise some 3,000 music
C, lasses ToI S tr clubs, with representatations in Alas-(
. Imk, the Philippines,. Honolulu, ald
New Sports Buildino Porto Rico.
S Since the purpose of the federaton
It is only a m'atter of days now is the extension and development of.
until tseneyWome'sfAyleticwfiedmusic, special efforts are directed to-
until the new Women's Athletic field T-ar aiigteyuho h on
house will be completed. The t ward aiding the youth of the cou-
week vacationerod g e t try, though it is believed that love of
weekvacaionperiod gave the car- music should be taught at home. The ,
penters and painters time to make a m
great deal of progress on the builld-study of music is encouraged in thej
ing, sothat it has assumed now an public schools, and the aim of the
appearance like an athletic building organization is to have a state super-
rather than the iron skeleton which visor of pub school music, super-
it was not more than two months vision by counties, a radio in each
ago. school, and at least one day a year
A report from the office of Fry and in every grade and high school that
Kasurin, the local architectural 1irm is set aside for a musical program to
that has charge of the work, states which parents and friends may be
that the last work will be done next invited.
week. The bowling alley, consisting The federation is also active in or-
of four officially equipped lanes, has ganizing choral clubs, and in support-
already been installed. One large room mng civic and other musical projects.
will be devoted to riflery, golf, and A present undertaking is to establish
archery. The rifle range will be 60 a scholarship loan fund of $56,000 to
feet long, while it will provide roon aid worthy students who are serious
fore 15 prone positions. Another need and talented. Another im-portant ob-
that has been felt greatly in the past, jecive is the encouragement and sup-
that of facilities for indoor golf, will Iport of American composers and ar-
be fulfilled, since this room will in- (ists._
dlude seven or eight cages or prac-
Classes in bowling and golf during I
the new semester will be carried on F N AR G
in the new field house, it is expected.
Miss McCormack in the physical edu- Of the 48 states in the UnioU 21
cation department states that the hear names which are of Indian ori-
classes will be started there at the gin. This does not include Indiana,
beginning of the semetser if it is possi- which, while not Indian, distinctly
ble. conveys the meaning "lands of the

receive a letter and a cardo

enable her to bring one guest who is Miss Brown was born in Alton, 11-
not a member of W. A. A. All men- linois in 1876. Her parents were Ho-
bers must bring their membership race Safford and Elizabeth Holland
cards, and those who have not had Brown. She received her education at
the opportunity to pay their dues of Washington and the University of
$1 may pay them to Audrey Wright, Michigan, enrolling here in 1895, and
'28, treasurer, who will -he at the graduating in 1898. Her school life
door. was quite undistinguished except that
The building is fast nearing coni- in her senior year she served on the
pletion. The hardwood floors are Invitation Committee. In 1924 Miss
finished and present a shining, glossy, Brown received her honorary A. M.
homelike appearance and will be from this university. S'he is a mem-
ready for dancing Wednesday nignh. her of the Phi Beta Kappa and the
The bowling alleys have been com- Wom-en's University club. Mi'gs Brown
pleted and the lockers both upstairs never married.
and down are ready for use. Ther Prof. Thomas E. Rankin of thej
is also an attractive kitchen from Rhetoric department who had her as
which the cafeteria supper will be a student remembers her as an ex-
served. cellent scholar. At that time Miss
Everyone has been anxiously await- Brown was slender, dark-haired, and
ing andI watching the construction of vivacious.
the first women's field house at Mich- Miss Brown has written a great
igan, and now it is waiting your in: many books, mostly for children.
spection and approval. Come next Many of her contributions have a-
Wednesday at 5 o'clock, to the new peared serially in "Lippincott's," "The
field house and be sure and bring a Critic," "The Outlook," aid the
crimination is made on account. of fl-

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Personality and leadership are what
count." says Mrs. Stewart.

In the past year over 300 re- # v=__
quests for student help were supplied
by the employment bureau of. the i Shaw Grocery Co. -
University of Michigan, furnishin
I work for 1,510 students, Mrs. Mary L.
Stewart, who has had charge of tbe Staple and Fancy
bureau since its establishment six e -
years ago, has made it possiblo for OCERIES
over 6,000 students to stay in schooliG r
during that period. I
Many students, in order to remain
in school, have to obtain work either
for their board or for both their Quality Meats
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students only want part time work,
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Besides the athletic equipment it-
self', the fittings of the building are
beautiful. In the lounge, a beamed
ceiling and a broad white brick fire-
place add dignity to the room'. Iron
side-lights on the roof-less veranda
are consistent with the Georgian,
rather colonial, style of the architec-

Indians." The names of Wyoming and
Oregon may be Indian in origin, but
Most people believe that Texas is
a Spanish or Mexican name, but the
state librarian o. Texas says that i
is neither Spanish nor Aztec but In-
dian and means "friends" or "allies."
The Spanish influence on the South-
west is evident in the names of six
different 'states - Arizona, Colorado,
New Mexico, and California.
Pennsylvania is one of ten stater
which take their nam-es from per-
sons. It is a combination of "Penn'
and the Latin word for "woods."

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able. Nearly a mil-
hioii in use.
L. C. Smith & (coronaTypewriters, Inc.
17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.

The Women's League will resume
SHIPS IN NEAR FUTURE their winter entertaining with a par-
Capt. Thomas Drake of Chatham, ty to be given Friday, Jan. 13, frou"
England, says that in the near fut- 4 to 6 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angehr
ure ships will be captained by wo- hall. Arrangements for the affair will
men. Cant. Drake piloted a 35 foot be in the hands of Jean Dow, '28. It
schooner from Plymouth to the Unit- is expected that all women of the'
ed States. University will attend and meet their
"The modern liner is so wonder- fellow students.
fully equipped with every device of
science that it can be navigated by Harold Saunders, a rancher and air-
women," stated Capt. Drake, "Being plane owner of Oregon used his plane
a captain of a liner isn't a man's pob for planting winter blue grass sowing
any more." 10 Peres in a very few minutes.

Our Achievement
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Phone 7355

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bigger and better than ever.
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