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SELECT TYPICAL
OQ WOMAN STUDENT
AT LEAGUE NOV. 4'
Problems of Sorority Women
to be Discussed
at Meeting.
PI BETA PHI EARNS CUPt
Reservations Already Made for
750; More May be Had}
if Necessary.

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TEAM MANAGER PREDICTS VICTORY

FOR JUNIORS IN COMING TOURNEY
ieteruits Threatening Positions oftered in the tournament, with sep-
CAMPAIG NreFUgOS arate schedules for A and B teams,
Veterans Make Choice so that each player may have an
Difficult, opportunity to enter the competi-
Christmas Cards Will be Sold tion in some capacity.
n Dormitories d"With a full team of veterans and "Thus far no one new player has
enty-six new players trying out performed brilliantly; two Inem-
Houses at Once. for the junior class hockey squad, bers from last ear's team look best
our prospects are bright for win- for an unusually good game; Mar-
ALL WOMEN TO ASSIST ning the interclass tournament," garet Eamon, who can always be
-Helen Wilson, '31, junior manager depended upon to play a fast game
In order to increase the Under- - prophesied. I in the forward line, and Elizabeth
graduate Campaign Fund, Marga- "In fact some of the new re- Whitney who is one of the best
ret Cibley, '30, as general chairman cruits bid fair to usurp the posi- bets to carry the ball in the back-
of the League Committee, an- tions of the old players, which is field."
nounces that a big variety of evidence that the team will be a Though-she predicts a success for
Christmas cards will be sold at all ** sti one, for last season the then her team, Miss Wilson thinks both
League houses, dormitories and 1 {sopu:i:lore eleven was second in ! the freshmen and sophomores will
sororities, beginning at once. interclass competition. In the work up into strong units and pro-
'ln,.-ia n practices held up to date so much vide a a c'onIb'.hle t-hre -t to t

Jun riors.
Each junior woman will be
able to pay her dues of one dol-
lar from 9 to 12 o'clock and from
1 to 3 o'clock Tuesday, Wednes-
day, Thursday, and Friday of
next week at the booth in Uni-
versity hall. Receipts will be
needed when trying out for
parts in the Junior Girls' play,
although every junior woman
must lay this amount.

Moderne
Modes

Eleanuor Cook, 1, chrwayfo1the----------------------airman-o-!---------------- a ,
the Christmas Card committee will good material has shown up that juniors. The freshmen, though for
Pn n n quet o be be assisted by other women who it may be a problem to choose a I the most part new to the game, are
annual Pan-Hellenic banquet to be will leave books of samples at dif- A ssocitedressihoto team from this group. However, 1 working hard and have a wealth of
held this year on November 4 in!{a i
'Vyr N(eferent houses for inspect ion. A Lis Torsieff it is hoped that a first and second' good material from which to
the assembly room of the League
building. In former years this event booth will sell cards at the Inter- Has come from Denmark to rep- squad from each class will be en- choose.
has taken place in the Union. It is church League Bazaar. The League resent her country in the interna-. ..
at this time that-all sorority wom- will get 50 percent on all sales. tional oratorical contest being held University of Michigan Amone Few Colleges
en meet together to receive the Double-deck Michigan playing October 26 in Washington. That Give Credit for Public Health Nursing
enmettoete t rc%~e h 'icards are on sale now at the main! ;__-_
various . awards competed for byds ow at thermain
the sooiis and to hear discussed .* Onlesk1ofuheiLeageifors$.00.tAe
poe sorort and oftrhdiscussdedo mitteewil solicit houses to sell1 W.A. A. Breakfast Onil 14 naiversities in the in nother course, in Hygiene.
the place and problems of the sor- United States have courses in of the pre-school Child, is open
Drity women. sMnPhoto ey from cards will also be add-. 'Iist0 be Held Sunday Public Health nursing in their to ijniors and seniors in the
Speakers for this year have, not Ped to the Undergraduate Cam- curricula, and the University of ol of Education, and covers a
yet been announced. Two years ago, Nellie K. Holmes. paign Fund. at "The Fire Place" Michigan is one of 11 of these wide field of study. It deals with
President Clarence Cook Little Girls at Mississippi State Col- Candy and cigarets are sold at which gives Qccredited courses. normal development, child train-
spoke on the subject "The Auto lege for Women at Columbus vot- a booth in University Hall and at Dorothy Ellsworth, outdoor man- Professor Barbara H. Bartlett con- ing, correction of physical defects,
Bank." Last year Joseph A. -Burs- ed Miss Holmes the most "typical the same booth Wyvern is selling ager of W. A. A., has just announ- ducts the courses in connection common contagious diseases of
Icy, dean of students, made the student." . blue-books The proceeds from this ed a breakfast bat for Sunday mor- with the School of Education, and childhood, diet and food, and vari-
principal address. Mary White, '29, -booth go to the same fund. ning. Everyone who is interested only graduate nurses may enroll in ous other topics connected with
represented the Women's League, - - Lauin W. A. A., whether she is a mem- most of them. the welfare of children of pre-
and John R. Effinger, dean of the ,Officiais at Leaguejber or not, is invited to come to Statistics show that Public school age
Literary college, presented the SOPHOMORES TO the Women's Field House at 8:30, Health nursing is a growing pro-s
scholarship cup. Last year it was Stress Observance with her own breakfast. fession for women. In England There are only women stulents
awarded to Delta Gamma. This AllTRY UT M NDA Y From the Field House the party and Canada this work has been in the courses given by Professor
year Pi Beta Phi has earned it by of All House Rules will proceed to the Fire Place, the carried on for over 60 years, but Bartlett, who has been connected
having the highest scolastic stand- -traditional site for parties of this in the United States this form of I with the University of Michigan
ing of all sororities on the campus sort. There a fireplace affords an home care of the sick has developed for nine years. Before coming here
for the year. Permanent possession i In consideration of the oppor- Tryouts for the entertainment excellent spot for frying the bacon more slowly, according to Professor she did the same sort of work in
of the cup will not be gained until tunities which the new League which will be presented 1a the or toasting the rolls that each one Bartlett. In 1901 there were only the University of Washington, in
one sorority holds it for three suc- building offers to undergraduate Sophomore Cabaret at the Woman's has carried with her. 58 organizations employing 1301 Seattle.
cive years. women, the House Committee ex- Cabaret at the Woman's League Miss Ellsworth further announcesI public health nurses. In 1928 there
Attendance at the banquet is ex- pects, in return, the observance of Bazaar will be held from 4 to 6 that breakfast bats will be provided were more than 4,000 such agencies --
pected to be large, according to certain rules of courtesy when inAnglo Hayiarahymaswel for by W. A. A. each week as often emloying over 12,000 nurses. Mrs. Blander Cavitt, of Oklahoma
Josselyn McLean, '31, chairman of the building. Te Halltin mu gymnasium. and as long as the weather per- Among the courses open to the City, Oklahoma, a perfume expert
tickets, who announces that 750 Accordingly. Margaret Bush, '30, under the rainment c ot i nurses are child welfare, indus- has insured her nose for $50,000
reservations have been made. Peggy chairman of the House Committee,u the chairmanship of Doro-W . A. A. breakfasts have been a trial nursing, and Red Cross Nursh
Lutes, '30, is general chairman of made the following statements thy Feske,32, will be in chargeffeature of the yearly program for - --- .--p°
the banquet and assisting her are .yesterday in regard to rules which of the tryouits. They will consist several years and have proved so
Edna Richards, '30, who has charge will be enforced in the future, of singing, dancing, or playing some successful in the past that it was
of the program, Katherine Purcell, The League expects to have the musical instrument, according to decided to continue them. Not
'30, decorations, Herma Grabowski, rules of the building carefully ob- !t ability of the person trying only upperclass women but those
'30, finances, and Pauline Bowe, ; served by everyone using it. There As Monday ill be the only day who have not yet received their W.
32, menue. ,are certain regulations whnich will on which tryouts will be held, wo} A. A. points are expected to come.
As is customary the sororieties 1 not inconvenience anyone and yet men should make their arrange-
will sit at long candle-lighted ta- will at the same time, help in pre- ments accordingly, and anyone who NOTICES
bles. During the dinner each house serving the beautiful furnishings can sing, dance, or play some mu-
will sing one of its songs. Kenneth of the building. Among these, is sical instrument, or present a stunt
Lundquists orchestra will furnish 'the requirement that wraps and of some sort is asked by the enter- There will be a meeting of the
musi ween te courses umbrellas be checked by those in- tainment committee to try for a Board of Directors of the League at
tending to remain in the building place. 10:30 o'clock this morning in the
M for more than a few minutes; that Directors' room.
Michigan Dames Hold no gratuities be offered any em- The following intramural hockey
Meeting in League Cave ployee in he building, and that While her husband is running for games will be played at 4 o'clock
persons smoking avoid dropping mayor of New York City, Mrs. Marie Monday, October 28; Kappa Kappa
ashes on the rugs. There are ash Fischer La Gaurdia handles his Gamma vs. Kappa Delta; Helen
The Michigan.Dames held their trays in every room in which smok- congressional duties. She was his I Newberry vs. Alpha Xi Delta; and
first meeting of the year last Mon- Ing is permitted, placed at the secretary in. Washington for 14 at 5 o'clock: Zeta Tau Alpha vs
day night in the Cave of the convenience of the smoker. years and has been in eight political Chi Omega; and Martha Cook vs.
League building. A short business "Bridge tables in the main con- campaigns with him. Sigma Kappa.
session was held, and this was fol- course are at the disposal of every- --- --- -. _
lowed by a history of the Dames, 1 one, and in case that more are
given by Mrs. Jessie Stuber. Bridge I needed at any tinie they may be
music, and refreshments provided ordered at the main desk." We've made a specialty ofY
the entertainrnnt for the rest of Miss Bush concluded, "The an- -c l t
the evening. nouncement made yesterday thata wo
Plans for the coming year are dances will be held in the League
,now being made, and the organi- ballroom every Wednesday are un- I
nation expects a large attendance official. There will be dances at,
at the next meeting. Mrs. Sylvia the League only on Friday and
Marsh is the president of the club Giaturday nights. Tickets for these ire t ?
for this year. nights, if reserved beforehand, will O I
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Plenty of youthful large head
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