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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RULES FOR WARNINO, ORGANIZED COOPERATIVE BUYING FRSCI[EES ISCOPRS Alm ; VSENIORS

PROBATION

CHANGED

A dvisers 3ake 'Noneyt 1t.espon sihie
For OwnilA pportiii uOr
Study .1ours
ELIIBILITY RULE REMAINS
Froml the office of Advisers of WXo-
men com~es5 thle annouiicetnent ol a
new policy concerning womewn si 1I-
dents who have had failures in their
college work: that have warrantedc
their being pliaced on warning or
probation, or continued oin warning
or probationl.
Formerly, the social engage'ments
of such students have been limited
bly the Advisers of Women to on(,
or two a week, dIepending upon
whether the girl was on warning or
on probation. This regulation has
been1 ex]perimentally discontinued for'
the second semester, as the advisers,
feel that this responsibility shonld he
left withI the student. 11'a univorsit v
woman has the judlgm-ent to maintain
a balance between social activities
andi studlies, she should have the
pleasure of using it. If she has never
e.xercised her' judgment in this new
(irection, the new arrangement will
give her the opportunity to develop
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lP -sp)OIlitfy Falls On Student
If for social or other reasons a
university woman prefers not to usej
some judgment in the apportioning
of her tii~le, the advisers feel that
she shouldl be left to her own devic-I
es. Their consequent action would
he to make her irresponsibility ain
important item in their report. to the
Administrative Board, when the stu-
(lent's nainie appears on the Home
List. Any woman, therefore, who
irefers social activities to more ser-
iouS business becomes the main con-

''Nut vi tion as .a science is a recent
(devel opment," XAiss Lenna Frances
Cooper, University food direct or, ire-
iark~ed in commentinug oni her work
here in which she is endea voring to
organiize ia department for cooperative
buying of the food sa lpllie s of carnpuz
01 ganizations, inclu ding~ fraternities,
soroiieis, ianld dormitories. "Only in
19311 dhial Punk isol ate t he suibstancle
whtichi cont alned the first vitamino.
Since then research in this field has'
deloii st rat ed the p~resence of at least:
live viiamines. As a result of this
knowle dg, th eeas been a great in-
crea!:e in t he use of fresh f ruit s an d
. cg t alales.
1, arf ely I orough the work of 1Dr.
It . S. Shermani of Cot ninbia univer-
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(hosen as one of Michigan's ten .out-
standing- women In a conitest con~iict-
0(1 by the Detroit Free Press, camec
!here in September f'rom Battle (Creek

TO RENT UP~N~ MUW

l iss L ydia Taun er, Al i,-s Ala ry
s o I T YI ~ytle, AMiss Kat lieon ItHamm , Aiss
SOCIETY I'Jva. licr-uook,. a tot Al s.A. scble,
______________________________________________ iii('(t 0ar 0o' the (t Va Volt ..doi iimt ornes,
ireO atf, present illT ~o-O on alt endig
r lhe (:01] ereii Cc of domes i o!, 0 voli 0.
Ata It lalnlty (dilltier' give]]la st Alpha (Thimio.lDelt a will hold a,
Thursdlayigiiht at the Alpha (laml- tea. this iiiteriion ill Ililio", o lp s.
ila 1'I lt a house lie gulests wvere: BIielbIe.

c~ I lege to organize a lbuying staff for All senior women of the colleges sc nvriy oraiain0s{itrtrSine1i( h r,,o
shloujil desire to enroll under thej Pharmacy, anld Architecturme, antd t he
scheme. It was felt that a better diet IEuaio r skdohv
iSchool o detinaeak1 ohv
could be lprovidled at the rame cost,
and nded, ~hi, hs ben .;nd 1oS-their senilor- (abps a mid gowns ftitted
yn ica nev nhichapeen cost. / 7 duinug timeweek of 'M!arch 12 to Alarmce
Eight sororities and one(ldormitoly ) l10( on ee pi ehaSC(1 by
appliced in the tall, and since thnteWmnslau atY.Eacr a1id are
i ree fralernit ies have been included. now in ch 'large of lbhe Un d era (Iato
.1 tot al of 4.31 personis ai-c being taken j 'ampaign commnitte , o' the league. It:
('ate of, this numbier including U9ister(eieo 'n.b'ogwn
pa lying st uden b oar'ders, and~ 112 em-1 every year. in an effort.t 1) enla rge the
ployces 5whot) are, also for' the most piait funds which thei y have 1 , de t i
2athidElit s-I Womien's ILeague 'building.
IThe average cost of each of tihe Ti era h iet th
nine organiizations dlealt with has been
gwsar'e given out to eachi seniior'. it
inept f'ar within the 80 per cent fi 01 e eesr o h~ oml
their inconie allotted to the food di- cash deposit of $10 blefore She can pro'(-I
rector. In fact, in the dormitory, cure her gown. Half of this soum paysj
where conditions are more easily conl-j the rental on heir gown, glee remaining
trolled, the food cost is 54 cents per sum is divided bet ween the cost of her
capita per dlay, while wages for help mroba' hc ille$.0 n
br ing that figure uli to 71 cents perth other' $2.50 'will lie mretunded after'
capita. gautithei eoitms: ei
Withl the second semester, a cost ac- grdain'hs(eloi os ei
{ cash andI must he handed in at the
counting system has been inaugurated time that the gown is taken.
whereby the expenditure-s of the week Alseirwnnwlli o th'
previous with the totals to that poinit caps and gowns for the seniior' suipper
may be noted. By this means it is and foi' the Junior Glr's play, on
hoped to be able to ascertain exces- Mivarchi 19. No gowns will ba given
sive expenditures at a very early date, out after Maren 16 so it will be neces-
It will be noticed that items such as scary [or (everysno oa ohv
hi'ead1 antd dairy products are ordered bei gown fitted durning the nek of
by each individual house. March 12. The gownis will be at Bar-
It has not been the, aim of the tde- hour gynmasiumn and will b)e given out
partment to reduce the cost of food to from 2 o'clock until 5 oi'c'lock.

Ir. amid Alls. Ilaolod (C. lb kley, Air.,
and Mi-s. Jul itt del Toro, Prof.. AV. A+.
Browniell , Pr'of. Moriris 1'. Tilley.and'
. Irs. Tiley, AMr, and Mis. 11. C. l hit-j
cllii 1, an d lM. \W. A. I teic hart.
At the initiaotion heltd yes! ertay byI
P'hi Gamm-a. AN, mhe I'ollov,'ing wo-
'nett WereO a ('(et('uilito) imemberOi'hi p
! fora . hafto ' Newa rk, N. Y. ; EInet a
Al~ e M5,1)sAoines, Iowa: Dorothy;
lLvan, Larange, 11.; Martha. K~an-i
deli a. I shpleminlg, Ail. ; August a
Shae. or, Viirgin ia Reynolds, and Bet1-
tv F+ields, Ann Arbor; Ruth Taylor,}
Roclies! r, Ni. Y.: amid Sieigrid Chris-
ti21:oil, Utiati n , AMexico. rThe pa,-
troliEssos lpresent weire:Airs. PTres-
Jon lames. Airs. J. AV. Scholl.,Alrs.
'mlice D)avis, and Airs. Al. F. U~pham.
Women of ZLeta. Tan Alpha, will he
hosteosses to0 the Advisers of Wont-ein
at. a, dinner to, be given 'Wednesday
nlighlt.
Delta Zeta is giviiig atacult y tea
today. AMrs. Chyde F. Love, a. pa-
t troness, will houii. The decotrat ionis
are ini rose and green.
Betsy Barbour house wvill hold its
annual =Spring informal dance Fri-
a cay from iie until one o'clock.
Students "roni Great Biritain will
be the guests of thle women of Helden
New berry resitdenceo at a dinner to be
heltd in their honor tomorrow night.

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AlIphia Onic'roln Pi annitotunces5t he!
pledging of' hlen Dye, '29.
Alpha Omicron P i xwil1lm old a c0 -
u lty riecept ion t his afIteirnooni.
l-da y evening, the pltetges aiid
sen)iors ot'mAlpli iwereeout 1ai a
ed at din ner by the MUMtrllAltina t'
at thlit'home of Mr s.1T. IV. %Vied-
m nan2, Edison a vonuet, Dot i'oi t
Initranuiral basket ball finalsj
Iof the 11 t (ilrmameit between j
Kappa Deolta and H elon New-
-berr-y will he held at 4: o'elot'k
tomorrow in B~arboturtgymnasi-
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NOTICES
P ort inawill 1h01(1 initiation -7:34
oi'cltock, Ttuesday, lamr. 6 at Ilen
Newberry residence.
tThe Illowitig rehearsals for the
Junior (Giris' play are anniotinted:
Sunday at 2 o'clock the entire cast,
principals and chorus ; Monday at' 7
o'clock, chorus 1, parts 1, 2, andl I,
andl chortises 2, 3, and 17 ; Tuesday at
7 o'c'lock chorus 1, parts 1, 2, and 3,
and( choruses 2, 5, 6, -and 9.
T ihere will be a meeting of the
genleral committ ee in charge of the
fenny carnival Monday at 12 o'clock
at Foster's tea -rooni.
Anmng the best sellers at Harvard,
nloi-fi(ction oiutnulmbe0rsfiction almost
ftwo to one.

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Alterations.
Dressmaking,
Hemstitching
JEWELRY
and
SWEATERS
The Quality.
Hemstitchinig Shop
721 N. Ljy. ,ion~e .1712.

One hundi-(ted SItu dent: ten-chers from
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the lowest point po. sible but rather
to) supply an attractive, wholesome
and satisfying dietary at the best pur-
chase price. Every day's menu has
supplied at lea~t two fresh foods, us-
ually a fruit and a salad, and eggs
andi milk= are used freely.
Athletic Managers
Will Hold Meetingy

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Visit Our Hosiery Shop --
at 1115 S. University and see for yourself
our beautiful line of chiffon and full-

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Miss LEN NA F. COOPER

tributor to her =own fate.- I-__
The Advisers have stated that they sity," Miss Cooper went on, "the inm-
strngy ecmmnd lmiatonofportance of mineral salts, e.pecially Intramural athletic managers of
calcium amid phicsphorous, has been do-; sororities, dorniltories, and groups
social engagements for all stumdents terined, and milk, which is mrich in will hold a very impomtant. meeting at
who are on warming or probation, bo4o hs atrhssnebe o'clck, Monday, March 5, in the
andtha tey il beintretedtoused in munch greater proportionts. pallor at Barbour gymnasium.
not befmoreieffectiepandsmomeisati 'These, then, are snie outstanding IThe intramural swimming meet,
changeseinotheehabitsiof the corilmam--which will take place Thursday,
isfying than any artificial limitation cagsi h aiso h omn ity as a result of' knowvledge of(lie- AVlam-clm8,amid plans for the comniig
inm-posed from without. teis h uttepit oimait baseball season will both be dis-
Eligibility Runle Not, Aff'ectedl eti foods, treatedl with ultra-violet cussed. Every manager is asked to
This change cioes not affect the rays, which, it is believed, will aid inli kmiow definitely whether her house in-
eligibility rule of the University that ('tring rickets. - The theory holds that 'tenids to enter a team in the meet, and
"Students on wamrning amid probation I these sun rays have a decided effect if so to be able to fill oint enry blanksE
may not serve on any committee, ion bomie formation. Another line oft at the meetimng.
hold any office, otr take patiii any endeavor is the development of a diet Indloor baseball will start 8~n Mon-,
pumbic activity." Ifoir anemnics. The Simipson M~emorial ;daiy, Atlaicli 12, and the present phlmns
-- - here at Michigan is dedicated to re- int regamrd to this sport are to organize
Gleta real shoe Shine at thle Peninyi seairch n this field.'' a double eliminmation tournanient and
cnival Wednesday night. Miss Coopemr, who was recentlhy -un it thiroumgh as rapidly as possibl-e.
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the show.
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SUITS
The spring suit walks non-
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fashion, for it knows full well
the important position it enjoys-
in the mode.
Mannish Materials
Chic ]Plaits
Navy Blue Reps
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