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N EO CS C ' MEN AND WOMEN TRULY EQUAL IN EiNIR r WINI Lecturer Discusses
H[ [ UIL RUSSIA, ACCORDING TO DR. HINSDALIE [HWINPolish Student Life
"Peasant Women Are Arriving merly Kamineff's wife is president
At A Recognition Of of it She acted as hostess to P- There is one woman student to
Their Rights" fessor Dewey's partyI every four men in Poan, and the
"At the Academy of Sciences at ea
"In Russia the only place where Leningrad, our principal hostess Overwhelm Third Year Team By university at Warsaw has ten thou-
women are not active is in the was a mathematician of distinction Score of 16 To 1 After sand students, Jadeusz Mitana,
army," stated Dr. Mary Hinsdale, besides being the daughter of the Good Pitching lecturer in Polish literature said in
Mary Evans, '30, Will Be President instructor in history and politicalpresident of the Academy. Probably an interview recently. The stu-
And Will Head Official science at Grand Rapids Junior she is one of the few women whoseSEC(NI) MEENSt- dents ae older thanAmerican stu-
Board College. Dr. Hisdale was a mem- geius was fostered under the od Er
ber of the group of educators who regime," said Dr. Hinsdale. Seniors ps dents and have a great deal of
trvledtruh usa atsm- splayed the outstandingfedmadrsoniiiy en
TO HOLD FORMAL DANCE traelluethgeadersia ast sumr- "The economic organization of game of the day when they over- freedom and responsibility, being
meruer he eaershiof ro- communist Russia makes very little whelmed the Juniors yesterday in a expected to take care of them-
e +~~fessor John' Dewey of Columbia were h uir ,ysedyi
gpN AFTER distinction between men and wom- selves, he explained.
CLUB CLOSES S US University. en. Among the laboring peome a 16-1 victory. They gained the lead Women in Polish universities are
MAKING NUMER "Speaking of distinguished wom- woman is required equally with a immediately by making three runs interesting chiefly in social and
Tdae onta was tH e, "a- man, to be employed in productive 'in the first half of the first inning,, ethical problems, and also active-
Wary Evans, '30, was elected pres- exdtonMeico, and she was labor, unless it can be shown that 'and in spite of a desperate attempt ly in political issues, which are
iof the University Girls' Glee the only one of Lenin's chief sup- her family needs her. Factories omesort of rally on the part of much commented upon by women
1dn-have criches'attached,t students, according to Mr. Mitana.
club for the coming year at the porters who approved his decision series, where the working mothers The Juniors, the highly efficient There is a movement to change
annual elections. Miss Evans has to use military means to get con- leave their children. The mothers pitching of F. Miller successfully the attention of the people to re-
beenthe usinss anagr ofthetrol at Petrograd in October, 1917.
been the business manager of the '"Madame Krupsky, the widow of may visit them several times a stopped any come-back. She held ligious or philosophical problems.
club during the past year and in Lening, has been the technical or- day. 'her opponents to a single run. This He said that academic organiza-
which position she was responsible' ganizer of the Department of Edu- Peasant women are airiving at a was made by M. Ohson when she tions of women had a great infu-
for all the concerts given by the cation in Russia. Her nominal chi ef,c ciousness of their rights asksen otego mntrindotig
Cmisoe Luihryhshum an beings, continued Dr. Hins- out beggary in Warsaw and the big
club. 'ben the chnical organizerof t dale. The old attitude seemed to terclass season and the only one in cities. They arranged it so that
Other officers who were elected at Department of Education in Rus.. be that a woman was a slavey to the game. R. Strasser, Senior, instead of asking alms, cards for
the meeting on Tuesday are as fol- sia. IHer nominal chief, Commissa Ybey all orders. "Proof of this new 'knocked a hot three-bagger in the food and shelter were given to the
lows: Marjory McClung, '30, vice- has been concerned attitude is seen in their manifold; fourth The Senior field work was beggars who used them.
president; Elaine O'Frost, '30, sec-- wLnisharsky, h sbnnmon en d clubs, some of which arepfou Athletics has not been given a
retary; Jane' Robinson, '31, treasur- lookin afterrt collections and provincialor national organizations. also somewhat superior to the special place until recently, he
er; Ruth Marshall, '31, businesh theatres The capacity of the Russians, both Junior's. Otherwise the game was stated. The climate of Poland is
manager; Catherine Shannon, '31, "The Society for Cultural Rela- men and women, for all kinds of a quiet one with the Seniors stead- more severe than that of Michi-
librarian; and Demarious Cornell, tions Abroad is the group that cooperation in spite of their illi- ily piling up runs throughout the gan, and ski-riding is perhaps the
The1, auditor.g wentertains visiting educators. It teracy is one of the surprises of five innings. national sport. A famous Polish
The meeting was the last meet- was in connection with this group the situation. The Freshman-Sophomore game college woman athlete, who is also
flg of the year. The new officers that the trip to Russia under Pro- "Domestic relations," Dr. Hins- was unmarked by any exceptional a poet, is Miss Haline Konoxacka
tf the club will confer on Monday fessor Dewey was made. Olga Ka- dale went on to say, "are perhaps, playing. The teams were closely who won the world's record at dis-
"o discuss plansng. forteathercomingl
to discuss plans for the comningminova, Trotzky's sister and for- going to suffer under the broad matched, the score standing tied cus throwing at the Olympic
year. - -- - divorce laws, and other laws touch- at two at the end of the fifth., games.
The final activity of the Glee club Orchesis Holds Last ing family matters. The absence of Three extra innings were played, S
this year will be the formal dance mothers from the homes is taken but in spite of valiant efforts the RUSHING AT MINNESOTA
which they are giving in honor of Try-outs Tomorrow into account in the varied institu- tie could not be broken. Batting in
he Freshman Girls' Glee club onI tions for receiving children. This this game was not quite up to the The sororities at the University
66turday night at the Alpha Xi .Final try-outs for Orchesis will problem of domestic matters is one high average of the Senior-Junior of Minnesota have been asked by
Delta house. Lilacs and lavendar be held from 10 to 12 o'clock Sat- of -the things in which communist 'game. It was a bit difficult in some the president of the university to
will be used as the motif for the urday morning, May 18, in Sarah Russia may be said to be perform- cases to make suitable connection change their "rush" week so it will
decorations. Dancing will begin at Caswell Angell hall. Previous ing experiments for the benefit of 'between bat and ball, but several not come at the same time as
9 o'clock and end at 12, according training in dancing is not neces- the world as well as deciding the fine hits were accomplished. E. La- Freshman week, according to the
o the chairman, Ruth Marshall, '30. sary for those who wish to try out. nature of their own nascent state." Rowe, freshman, and E. Whitney, Minnesota Daily. The Pan-Hellenic
Chaperones for the party will be Everyone who is interested, and Sophomore, took the laurels here. association is considering postpon-
MIiss Alice Lloyd, Miss Nora Crane especially those who participated Helen Wills, the girl who wins in- This contest was interesting be- ing rushing week next year until
lunt, and Prof. and Mrs. A. H. in the Freshman Pageant, is urged ternational titles and retains cause of the evenly matched teams. the second semester.
White. Miss Hunt is the director to come out, them without so much as the bat- The reasons he gave were that
>f the Glee club, and Miss Lloyd This is the third try-out of the ting of an eye, finds it in her make- OREGON STATE COLLEGE.-In Freshman week activities did not
nd Mrs. White are patronesses. year for the club. Seven new mem- up to behave like any other excit- a recent all-campus election, the allow the women students enough
Other members of the party com- bers were chosen in November and ed little American girl at the news iresults we e so close that one of time to make a proper considera-
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TO COMPE)TE IN TENNIRIDING SHOW TO
, U DMllI IN TLN ISBE NEXT TUESDA'Y
jiEvents Will Begin At 4 O'clock;
1,1110 L 1Trick Vaudeville Horse Is
To Be Feature
Highlaid Park Junior College Is Plans are complete for the riding
To Meet Michigan On Palmer 'show, sponsored by Pegasus, which
FiCdd is to be held at 4 o'clock, Tuesday,
May 21, in the field near the Law-
1 TEAM IS GUEST OF W. A. A. yer's Club, on Monroe street, be-
1tween Oakland and Tappan. The
Highland Park Junior College 'events will include an egg and spoon
tennis players will meet the Mich- race, musical chairs, riding for
Iform, and a drill by the women, and
igan women in a series of friendly hurdles by the instructor. A fea-
competitive matches on the courts ture of the program will be a trick
at Palmer Field at 3:00 o'clock this horse which has appeared in vau-
afternroon. The Highland Park deville.
IhThere will be two practices for the
women are here as the guests of drill, the first from 4 to 6 o'clock
'W. A. A. today. The final practice will be
The teams from the two schools from 5 to 6 o'clock on Monday, May
will be intermixed, women from >20th. All women who are interest-
HighlandParkpyng h ed in riding in the drill should come
Highlan Pak playing with the to these practices. It is not neces-
!Michigan women against a com-I sary to be a member of Pegasus,
" bined team. The Michigan players nor is it essential to be a skilled
will be recruited from among the rider. Interest in horsemanship is
members of the elective tennis 'the prime requisite.
clas whih ha bee meeing Women will meet for practice at
cdass whidh has been meeting Mullison's stables at 4 o'clock today.
Modays and Fridays at 4:00 ;Those who want a particular horse
o'clock. Any other woman who is for the show should reserve it as
interested in playing should be early as possible. Regular riding
'down at the field by three o'clock rates will be charged for the prac-
n tbgo tices, but there will be no charge
and a match will be arranged for for the show.
her if possible. Women who would not care to
The matches will begin at 3:00 take part in the drill may enter the
and last until 5:00 o'clock when egg and spoon race or the musical
tea will be served in the field I chair stunt. Further information
house. Women interested in tennis ; may be obtained by calling Dorothy
are invited to be spectators at the Lryons, '29, at 9571.
contests.
The matches of the Intramural Hundreds of hunters visited the
tournament are going too slow. plains of southwest Kansas last
The first matches should be play- week at the start of the open season
ed off by now. on prairie chickens.

mittee are Violet Bidgway, 30, dec- i een morein m arci. joroLy that her date has been set to beI
orations; Agnes Johnson, '31; invi- Felske, 32Ed, has been elected presented at the court of St.
tatlons; Bertha Howard, '31, re- dancing chairman for next year. James.
freshments; Madge Brooks, '30, Besides 'many laboratory produc- w
finance, and Elaine Frost, '30, tion given by groups within the
chaperones. club this year, Orchesis has work-
Glee club members may order pins ed with the University Girl's Glee FLOODLIGHTS
through Miss Hunt, according to Club and Play Production, its big- r
Esther Anderson, '30, the retiring gest project, being the program for F
president, or they may get them the League dedication. Just the thing for bright-
early next fall if they so desire. i ening up the decorations
Glee club pictures may also be UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.- and making the scenery !
6rdered.. 'More than 100 fradulent ballots more attractive
Two out of town trips were taken were cast here in an all-campus Rented at the Small
by the clubs during the past year, election for representative univer-
one to Grand Rapids, and the other sity men for the year book. Charge of 575c
to Lansing. The club, as its major --a Night
appearance in Ann Arbor, com- 25c Additional for Colors '
bined with Orchesis to give a pro- OPTICAL
gram -of song and dance in the ERNST BROS.
Lydia Mendelssohn theater, on May l DEPARTMENT Elateah
4,at. the opening of the League et1aO
building. Lense n d Frames made Eei ca. hop
J o Order 210 So. Fourth Ave.
The door of the Urbana, Illinois, C ptical Prescriptions
county jail which was rendered use- Filled -
less by a broken bar has been fixed
by covering the space with a pieceHALLERS
of sheet steel, according to Chief of State St. Jewelers
Police Roy Innis.1i/."oo i SPEC IA L

the political parties on the campus !ion in choosing a sorority, and also
petitioned for a re-vote and was i the present custom produces
successful in its request. i"scholastic mortality.''"
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