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F IT YEAR WOMEN Public Health Nursing Presents PHYSICALEDToday's Games FoOSPITAL SCHOOLNHS "Fa
Wide Field, Says Mrs. Bartlett End Cage YearF Ha
I H L TRYQUTS "There is a wide field for women Mrs. Bartlett went on to expainMA1AIN[ ISr011111D Banquet To Be Given On TuesdayATTENDANCEK
in public health nursing," says Mrs. all the specialties in this interest- I'_Is Open To All Who Are Myd
FORN NrUALPAGANT Barbara H. Bartlett, professor of ing field. Child welfare work,"NInterested In SportAmwar
public health nursing in the school boards of education, boards of "Progress" Is Name Of Journa Approximately two thousand dis. tears o
of Education. This department is health, and clinics all need public Which Will Aim To Promote Interclass basketball comes to a abled and convalescent children mean I
fairly new in the country and health nurses. In schools nurses' Standards Of Department the will attend the University Hospital probab
PLACEMENT." WILL BEGIN ON nurses who have received the are employed like teachers with c School during the coming year. becaus4
TUESDAY AND CONTINUE training it offers are greatly in de- regular salaries a n d contracts. ior I team plays the sophomore I This school was started in 1922 and it, but
TUSAIADCNTNFWILL G0 ON SALE MVIN;IAtmna 'lokadtejnortefrttahe a iacd b utal
THROUGH FRIDAY mand. Mrs. Bartlett went on to They teach health education in the women at 4 o'clock and the junior the first teacher was financed byreally
say that fully 15 or 20 positions are schools, visit homes and assist in, and senior second squads meet at the King's Daughters. everyo
opened to every woman who has school clinics. Women who have Progress", the new magazine t he school has been financed by er or n
COSTUMES ARE REQUIRED a certificate in public health nurs- received this training often start which the Physical Education club 5 o'clock. The f the hospital, private gifts, ontrib- of the
.clinics in their own communities, is publishing, will be ready for dis- will not determine the tournament utions from the American Associa- I lik
Candidates May Try Out For In order to enter this school such as nutrition clinics, dental tribution about May 1. Its subject champion, but it will attract much tion of University Women, the throug:
Natural Or Folk Dancing three years of work in a hospital clinics or tonsil and adenoid clinics. matter, as suggested by its title, attention because of the closeness Michigan Crippled Children's So-tthrilled
ebraces the progress being made ce
Or For Singing training school are required, which There is also a field in industrial imnrgm the prldrofopbehngem-d of the games throughout the sea- ciety, and various King's Daugh- March'
makes it a graduate school. There nursing. Many department stores, fo the field of physical edcati son, especially on account of te ters groups in the state. Five lfirst a
Tryouts for the Freshman Page-. are also two curicula open, a one- factories and hotels employ public Tfor women.athoms on apoied rovn r an
ant will start Tuesday, March 26, year program of study in public health nurses for the benefit ofI The new magazine will be dei- marked improvement of the play- ithenommissionrr appointed byr idGov-red an
and rn through. Friday, March 29. health nursing to receive the cer- their employees. Cities employ Lite. ts sdfni compose of: the sopho they I a n ten ear. t sto th
They will be held in Sarah Caswell tificate, and the four-year curri-1 these -women to instruct in pre- Lrtne. Its staff is 'composed al': the sophomores are .victorios, they that in the near" future the state for th
Angell habhlat Barbour gymnasium el ead the er c i te on on sruc in re- Frances Bielby, '30, editor; Jean- will tie the juniors and freshmen I will take over the support of the dinaril
rnge4lhall at Barbourtgymnasium cuhm leading to the degree of vention of contagious diseases. o nette Saurborn, '29, assistant edi- for the number of games won. Ischool. but until that .time comes, diers'
,fro 4 o 6o'cockin he fte'cBahelr oiScenchinEduatin.r-ay!,00apulicheath urssSaeitoncAna aIn, '9,urtaditr;nithdhei latgme0lredyblthcKin'saaugternuderths areki
noans. Tuesday and Wednesda employed by the American RedI tor; Anna Zauer, '29, art editor;! With their last game already' the Kngs Daughters, "under .the ,strikin
trouts. wl be for those who wsay'sh Cross to work principally in rural Vida McClure. '29, Genevieve Coan played; the seniors are assured of chairmanship of Mrs. Mary E. Buf-' Of c
to take part in the natural or in- Turkey Is odernized, communities. The Rotary clubs all i 30, Eileen Sullivan, '29, and Velma the chimpionship. They have won fington, are doing all in their pow- those t
erpretive diancing, while Thurs- Shows Western Ideas over the country employ them for Johnson, '29, all of the editorial four games and lost two. Their er to assist in-financing it. it was
day and Friday are the days for . . crippled children. There is also a staff; and on the business staff, nearest opponents are the juniors) There are now ten teachers at from tl
dryecir.of the women who are in- Man M II s demand for public health nurses Arliene Heilman, '30, Marion Geib, who have a record of two victories, the school, with Mrs. Geraldine us. T
tryoutsth om danMng. the government by the Federaa 1'30, and Rose Strasser, '29. Miss and three defeats and the fresh- Notley at the head. Besides ex- tremuli
e in folk dcin rTurkey today is becoming mod-'Children's bureau, and they work Ethel McCormick, assistant profes-- men, who have won two games, tensive bedside work, there are men a
and it is hoped by the committee ernied and Western ideas have a on Indian reservations for the De- sor of physical education for wom- lost three, and tied one. Before four classrooms to which the pa- too, I
that ..every eligible freshman will great influence, according to Mrs. partment of Interior. All of this en, is the faculty adviser, their final clash, the sophomores tients come on crutches, in wheel they n
do so, are asked to ,ign up on lists I Cyril Haas, who " returned from shows that the interest in public The purpose of the publication is have chalked up one victory, three chairs, and with all sorts of cor- were. j
posted in both Barbour gym and that country recently. Mrs. Haas health nursing is not particularly to raise the standards of the phy- defeats, and one tie. retive appliances. The work is you ne
the Women's Athletic building lived at Adana, Turkey, where Ipr. in the care of sick bodies but in sical education department of The standing of the second team graded according to the course ally kn
however, it is requested that those Haas, her husband, had charge of the prevention of diseases and ichigan and to extend an appre- tournament so far is: Senior, first; prescribed by the Ann Arbor public really
who do sign please put their names an American hospital. teaching people to keep well. ciative understanding of its system Juniors, second; YellowClub, third, school systems and the state curri- Well,
on only one list. "There is now a well-organized There are twenty women snow to the high schools and normals n and .Blue Club, fourth. culum. It enables those temporar- good,
It has been planned that the public school system, based on the enrolled in public health nursing and around Michigan, included in A basketball banquet will be given j ily disabled to keep up with fore, a
tryouts will be conducted in groups European system," Mrs. Haas said, in the University. In summer its circulation, as well as the larger at 6:15 o'clock Tuesday, March 26, their home schools. Teaching of for th
insead of ndiidully Cadi-She states that the Latin alphabet school this number is increased to and more important of the Uni- in the Women's Athletic building. hospitalized children is a most im- the da
t y u s w l be c n u t d i gr u s E r p a sy t m M r . H a sa d in t e U i e st . I su m r adIn s.teAd of 'individually. C andi- [ h t t s t a h a i l h b tis h o h s n m e s i c e s d t em r m o t n f t e U i n t e W m n s A h e i u l i g o p t l z d c i d e t a m s e h a
dates must appear in either gym is being edopted, polygamy is pro- 40 or 50. Fourteen Universities in versities. 1IAnyone who has played on a class portant work and it is believed special'
clothes, bathing suits, or natural hibited by law, that people areI the country now offer this course ome effort for sale will be made team, or any Intramural. team, or that this particular branch of or for
dancing costumes. Tryouts will be wearing modern dress, and other whereas during the war there wer on the campus here, as it is felt who is at all interested in basket- educational work will make great mean
for placement in the Pageant and notable changes are taking place.I 22. However, it is now organized that interest in so finely organized ball is invited to come. strides during the next few years. points
not for elimination The status of the women is chang- and highly standardized. a department should be stimulated Women who are planning to come !otherc
If a oman wishes, she may try ing greatly, Mrs. Haas explained. There is an ever increasing mongstudents at Michigan. should obtain their tickets by call- Buy an 'Ensian subscription now cause
out .for both kinds of dancing, or The Physical Education club has ing Helen Wilson or Jessie Church for $5.50, and- you will be sure of things
ySh dcibed yedi p ey dand for s lica t nres p ub 1 i s h e d some representative today or tomorrow. The tickets receiving a copy in the spring. are.
may be in more than one dance. as "Vivacious, yet dignified. They and the salaries are extremely magazine every year; but this year, may also be obtained atyBarbour
Also a. freshman may be in both I have dark hair, dark eyes, and a high. Perhays if, more women 'through an enlarged field of circu- gymnasium on both days before 1'
the singing and the dancing. Con-: beautiful skin. The native cos-I realized the great' possibilities' in lation, and by dedicating it to a15 o'clock.
mittee members are eligible for try- 4 tumes with veils, worn in the past, this field it would be filled even lefinite purpose, the club hopes to: Miss Church especially urges that
outs, too. covered the figure entirely. Now more rapidly than at present, Mrs. jroduce through "Progress" a per- all women who are interested in
The members of the general Parisian styles are common. Bartlett concluded. manent and practical good. basketball attend t h e banquet p
committee, headed by Betty Healy,,1 "T he teaching profession is com- whte±rnofhyhvepae
feel that there is a place in the ing into favor," Mrs. Haas remark- NOTICES NOTICE. this year on anyteam.alt
Pageant for every eligible fresh- ed. "In Constantinople there is aiN The Intramural basketball tour-
m and that as the tryouts organization of nurses called the Women who will particxtpate in Thentramdrd askt t or-
math'Any members of MortarboardI nament ended a short time ago,
for the purpose of finding that "Red Crescent", similar to our Red the finals in the archery and bowl- who wish to obtain copies of the with Kappa Kappa Gamma win-
place, no woman should neglect to Cross. There are a few women ing contests will be chosen at 4 picture which was taken of the ing the cup which is annually
ppea on one of the days which preparing to be doctors and law- o'clock Friday afternoon. Those group at the Senior Supper Mon- awarded the winning house. Run
have been selected. yers at the University of Constari- who have entered the contests are night may get them at Calkins n e
tinople, which is co-educational. urged to be sure that they have Ianghtmhetgte a tate s uTgnewest
Organizer Is Guest' IThe barrier to work outside the the required number of practices a et eo$2.at Sbri tohe y ar. showin
Shome is the loss of social caste. in time which is strin street. $2.25 for the half year.
Of Theta Sigma Phi "A women's magazine, 'The New in bowling and 10 24-owfight- tha w
Moon,' is published, which deals in archery.
Miss Helen Jo cott, national or- with s o c i a 1 Isubjects and home 1 ! lih o XVerdict 1' r -nrinp' ii¢Cif

rward March'
s KeenChorus
By Cora, '30
ear, I am simply thrilled to
ver the Junior Girls' Play, I
I actually am. Of course, I'm
ly prejudiced or something
e it's my own that's giving
I think its simply great, .I
do. It. certainly is clever;
ne has to admit that wheth-
ot he, she, or it, is a member
junior class.
:ed t he play all the way
h, of course, but what really
I me was the "Forward
chorus at the end of the
ct. That was simply great,
with the singing and those
d white costumes and every-
Incidently, the costumes
e whole show are extraor.-
y good, I thing, but the sol-
costumes were especially
g.
ourse, I got a thrill out of
ouching love scenes, too, but
a different sort of a thrill
he one-inspired by the 'chor-
is one was more soft and
ous, as it were,. and if the
ren't affected by those scenes,
miss my guess. Of course,
ever would admit it if they
rhat's the trouble with men,
ver can prove what you re-
low about them, I mean you
can't.
anyway, the play is awfully
nd very clever, as I said be-
nd it's worth going to see
e plot, the chorus, the cast,
ncing, or the yodeling and
ty dance of the Swiss cook,
all those things. That is;. I
that if one of those good
doesn't appeal to you, an-
of them probably would, be-
there are so many clever
about it, I mean there realy
ring is here, with
te fresh charm 01
arrival.
in nowi, while things are
Welcome this early
g of :frocks, ensembles
ait impatiently.
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ganizer of Theta Sigma Phi, na- economics. It tells about children,
tional honorary journalistic soror- and the home, and has a great deal
ity, was the guest of that society of influence. The magazine is
last Thursday. Miss Scott is an edited by a Turkish woman,
instructor in journalism at the graduate of Columbia University.
University of Missouri. "Perhaps the foremost Turkish,
A luncheon at the Lantern Shop woman is Halideh-Hanum, a poet
was given in Miss Scott's honor, and novelist, and ardent national-
and she also attended the rushing ist. Her husband was the minister
tea given by Theta Sigma Phi in of foreign affairs in Kemal Pasha's'
t~he afternoon at the. Delta Gamma cabinet-he is the dictator of Tur-,.
house. key. They had different political.
opinions and were exiled. She is
Buy an 'Ensian subscription now fadmired by the women of Turkey
for $5.50, and you will be sure of for her individuality and courage
receiving a copy in the spring. . to stand up for what she thinks."

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