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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1928

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HOUSE ORGAIZAT!IN

DR. BELL ADVISES WOMEN TO AVOID
EXPOSURE, CHANGING TEMPERATURE

"During this changeable weather, exhale. Keep at least a yard away
T i t everyone who hasn't a cold already, from them. Perhaps this should
is determined not to have," was the be stressed the most of all, because
Revsio An Enorcng f Rle statement of Dr. Margaret Bell, it is so important and constantly
Revision And Enforcing of Rules head physician for women at the disregarded."
Will Be Discussed At Health Service. "It is particularly "Secondly, one should avoid ex-
Board Meetiimportant not to get colds because posure to changing temperature
they are such a handicap both so- because we have bacteria for colds
PRESIDENTS WILL MEET cially and in a business way, in ad- around us everywhere, and the
dition to being such a personal dis- minute we allow our resistance to
Organization of all women's comfort." be lowered, as it is by changing
houses will begin on Monday, Oct. "There are about four premises temperature, we give them, a
1, when members of the house or- which are very important in avoid- chance. So, we should always ad-
ganizatioi committee of the Board ing colds which are universally ac- just our clothing to the tempea-
ganzaton ommtte oftheBo~rdcepted by physicians and known to' ture. Outside wear heavy clothing,
of Representatives of the Women's most people, but unfortunately are and if the house is unheated, wear
league will start visiting the league! unobserved by many. The first is a wrap, but don't ever wear coats
houses for this purpose. Notices to be careful about exposing your- in heated places."
will be sent to the houses at the self to colds. In other words, don't "I think all of the things that
end of this week, giving the time get near enough to a person who have been preached to most every-
has a cold to get the bacteria they body since childhood can be sum-
and detail, of each particular med up as follows: Avoid getting
house meeting, and eac1 nouse will Cora Says Freshmen wet feet, all unnecessary fatigue,
be visitAd sometime ely the and having irregular meals. All
week. ('Need More Advising these things lower resistance and
One member of the house or- afford opportunity to the bacteria
ganization committee will visit which cause colds. If a person is
each league house, and each house By Cora perfectly normal, he should be able
will hold a house meeting to elect l What with practically everyone to throw off a cold.
its officers for the year. At such who is anyone on campus giving "Don't be selfish" Dr. Bell con-
reetings all members of each advice to the freshmen you'd think eluded. If you have a cold, don't
house are expected to be present, they really would know everything go about giving it to other peopl
since the house president is the they should by this time, but do Don't cough and sneeze in another
house's member on the Board of you know, my dear, they don't, I person's face, and the minute you
Representatives. mean they positively don't know discover you have caught cold, do
At the first meeting on Saturday, half of what they ought to! I guess something to get rid of it imme-
Oct. 6, the Board of Representa- it isn't all the fault of the fresh- diately."
tives, which is a body composed of men, though, because all these ad-
the presidents of all houses, dor- visors and people don't seem to be a"truly gorgeous idea would be
mitories and sorority houses on tell them the really vital things. to have a committee to write to the
campus, will discuss the revision of Personally, I knew one little freshmen and tell them the really
house rules. Students who have freshman who blossomed forth the vital things. Just think how it
definite ideas to offer for this re- very first day she was here in a would help a freshman if along in
vision will have an opportunity to green dress and hat! And I mean June, say, she received a nice long
express their views through their it was very, very green. Of course, letter from someone interested,
presidents, and as the Board is this was really an unusual case and really interested, in her welfare in
representative of every house on probably wasn't any fault at all of college suggesting in a nice way
campus, all women will have a her advisor because anyone, even that she - study up on bridge rules
voice in any decisions which are a very new freshman should have during vacation so that 'she would
made. known better than that, what with be all set for the sorority rushing
Later in the year the Board will all the books there are on Sally season. Why, my dear, yo' have
take up the supervision and check-, Brown's first year in school and all no idea how that would help! Real-
ing of signing-out slips, and the that. But wouldn't you think her ly, a freshman should know the
enforcing of house rules. After junior advisor would watch her and ideas of both Work and Whitehead
each meeting of the Board of Rep- not let her do it again? on the game so that she could play
resentatives each house president l Really, my dear, I'm afraid I've either way as the occasion required,
will 'bring back to her own house wandered from what I meant to and wouldn't complete the cut
a report of the business and dis- say, but that instance came into my when she shouldn't and vice ver-
cussions of the Board. mind and I just couldn't think of sa.
The house organization commit- anything else. What I think would Everyone knows that there are
tee will not visit sorority houses
and dormitories as it is assumed
that these houses will have elected I Distinctive Footwear
their officers before Oct. 6.
j NEED CANDY BOOTH NEW FALL OXFORDS
I ~ ASSISTANTS (
All women who are inter- r
ested in taking charge of the
League cady booth for an
hour or more each week are The Glenco - -
urged to call Dorothy Mapel
at 21616. Freshman are eligi- DM .
ble. Activity points are award- Ten Dollars
ed for this work.
KANSAS UNIV.-A real man is
-well, he is a real man, the finest,

TWELVE NEW COURTSIPOT
ARE R[ADY [ORQIJDaily Bulletin of Sportsuy,,nen
Entries are being received for a Hockey Season To LIrr r r n
tennis tournament for upperclass- Open Next Week |R I Il I
men which is to take place next
week. Much interest is expected in Although organized sports do C
the sport this fall as twelve new not start until next week, all 0 U H U ' E'
clay courts at Palmer Field are now women are urged to come out and
ready for use. There are already use the athletic fields. Tennis may a Interest in archery has increased
many entrants, it is reported, and be played any time a court is free to such an extent that this year,
many more are expected. Those by applying at the field house for for the first time, it is being of- a
who are interested are urged to a net, while anyone interested in fered as an elective course. Dur- S
sign up on the bulletin boards at hockey may come out any after- ing Freshman Week an exhibition s
Barbour Gymnasium r at the field by Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stroud L
Barour AGymunaium or atg theld noon at four o'clock. An instruc- aroused a great deal of enthusiasm n
house. A tournament is being held tor will be there, affording chance among the entering women. Mr. n
at the same time for freshmen.Stodwhisam beofhe,
They are also urged to register and for both beginners and experienced Stroud, who is a member of the p
players toagetain practiceeforethedArchery Association of Michigan,
to watch the Daily for the dates players set in practice for the has offered to award a bow and h
of games. a quiver of arrows to the best wom- a
A golf tournament on the Uni- There will be an opportunity for an archer, the conditions to be de- b
versity golf course is now being everyone to play hockey this year. cided upon later.
planned. Both freshmen and up- In addition to the class teams, Tournament will be started soon
perclassmen may enter. The date there will be intramural groups and will continue all winter ex-
of the matches will be announced ,composed of sororities, dormitories, cept in rainy weather. There will
in the Daily next week. and independent teams. Fresh- also be an indoor set-up in the
~-- men will continue te contest field house. Anyone may practice
plenty of other vital things that men wil conin g Fcest at four o'clock on Monday, Tues- w
this same committee would be able which was begun during Freshman day, Wednesday, or Thursday on I
to tell freshmen, so I won't take Week. The divisions will be com- Palmer Field. An instructor will
the time to mention them now. bined into teams according to be present to help beginners. i
Anyway, one idea like That is ability. Points will be awarded toS
enough at a time. each group on the winning team. Phone calls are limited to two n
minutes at Purdue. P
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Orchesis will hold a meet-
ing at 7:3Q tonight in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall of Bar-
bour gymnasium. It is very
important that all members
be present.
SYMPHONIC LEAGUE OPENS
YEAR WITH PARTY TODAY
By beginning the season with a
membership tea to be given this
fternoon at 2:30 p. m. Carolyn
Slepicka, president of the Univer-
ity School of Music Symphonic
League hopes to welcome all the
new students to the school, and re-
new old friendships among the up-
er classmen.
A meeting of the League is to be
held the latter part of this week,
at which time a definite date will
e set for the formal reception.
This party will be given for new
tudents and instructors.
NOTICE
All women interested in hockey
will meet today at 4 o'clock on Pal-
mer Field.
There will be an important meet-
ng of Orchesis at 7:30 tonight at
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. It is
necessary that all members be
present.
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