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ANUL~A-EfNC ALppp ~~OPEN RECEPTION H QI1({y BAOU[ERPON9LDIfCUfSE~F
TO BEDISTflIBUTED IN IHiUNIVERSITY HLL DSORORITY1 HdOauSE CH LMIIIIMIflJI tIi N :thleMain Librar thb'Pct~nb~au _LnL ,e1)fAt Dcte OLtra C
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§ IC RE T PH S[IAI!- on Tap;pan oad C.Mi N UI1L FBJI3t~u-Hi 0Ii sf ",i Th e Wondeful Acic F 1n- to,C..1.Vf,; C )I tUi s- ont bei' (j v Piof

0 19,srIAN'S F IANCES U,
. D. K. Karve Says 'Puic
ilionl in Favor of Women1Cr's

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Dance to be Given In Ballroom
Of I Pue uldn riday}
Novemiber 29.
Decorations of Fall Leaves and!
Flowers Will Emphasize

ri~ .d Co~ ~w.Balll

j t; rnI l1y op,,nin't the newrest
frto niLy lhou,; ofl campus, theP
raiciibe rs of Delta Delta Delta hel&
open thouse last Wednesday after
Iloonlaand evening. The house, to
cI-ie :,,t 713 Tappan Road, is of
C c~~enColonial style of archi-
tCel;Lure.. 1 llyno v,-l-features as a
13 '~s room, a recreation room. and

---- I'rof. Fredcilk W. vtcrson, 0o c I
Hockey Players and Honror r letoric departmient, tha t Sci1 t
Lagerlof w~rote this book as the re-.
WVomen Will Receive Awards. su~t of a dlemandc froml the Swied°ish
For This Season. achools.
_____"A reader which would help keeANJ RANT PEK-
DEA JODA TOSPEK live the rich store of folklore and :
traditions of Swedish life, angd
v licll would give geog raphi,,al and
Reservations to be Made Before idustriazl in'formation was the'
5O'clock on Tuesday, cC' ni?,=3olM±viSS Lagyeriof under-
tooks when she wrote Thre Wonder-
Nove mber 26.ful Adiventures of Nils' in 1906 and
1:07," said Professor Peterson.

Rich Panellirng. g a guet saite are incorporateu ina
U10e house, which was open to: in-
Distribution of programs for the peonLngrnhwid sad
annual Pan-1-Iellenic ball will be colon ial charm to the mros on
made rom tabl in niverit te first flocr which are decorated
md frmatbeiUivriy prcdoininately in green. The sec-
hall on, Wednesday of next week. enadthslio regvnve
At that time all those having, tick- x v tilo lftocn rooms for the residents.
ets must present them in order to . Te1 y is also a. dormitory on each
receive a program. They will be . Oic these floors.
given out between the hours of 8 Student guests from sororities
- and 12 and 1 and 5 o'clock. - nd fraternities were received in-
fo; niy by Miss Dorothy Trebil-
The ball will be held on Friday'cc,'U rsdet r.Toa
night, Nov. 28) at the League build- 7 i Andejsnn, house 'chaperone, Mrs.
ing. It will be led by the general' . ,. S-ye Awood, Mrs. Malcolm Soule,
chairman, Katherine Wilcox, '31,1~"Nilo~ . agonpei
and her escort Robert lb. Thompson,. . ~ - dnt of the Detroit Alliance, and,
131E. The grand march will takt ' "" rs. Rusell ilostetler
place directly after the intermission:c- r, ws ~lIoselr
which will be at 11:30. 1 . ea ziJiti1 x, '31~ About 200 members of the fra
Autun Dcortion Plnne. IGeneal haiman f te Pz.-ternity including Dean Jospeh A.
Atumncivedecorations Panebne. Glener alic hrmnwifthe Pan- rt1?.Bu.rsley, and Mrs. Bursicy, Dean'
Atrciv eortosar engH~ni alwho, withRbetD John R. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger,
furnished by Flowerday and Sons, 'r'horxipso,'1 will leiad the strand and Dean Samuel T. Dana and Mrs.
who are planning a scheme by rnmarch. lDna were guests of honor at a
which fall flowers and leaves may j-*.. ..- - ormnal reception held during the
be used to bring, out the richne ss 1 y DA H'S VvI evening,
of the panelling of the Myra Bea - _--
Jordan assembly roomriwhere thero HERYT URN°Y I7"A"ASTTO BE EL
ball will be held.si KAT O BEH L
Music by one of the leading col- -h-et-o tumima
ored bands in the countyMc'Kim- ; aziL PiBt o tei r- A, breakfast brat sponsored by the
ney's Cotton Pickers victor Record-- mrujfai archery tcurnamenc 'rt \V(5m{IeLn's Athlet;ic Association will
fig orchestra, will make this baild, wt 3 htad,8 ont.cherld at the Fireplace tomorrow,
one of the outstanding social events ;eaTa l-acaeseod rtC ornring'. This is one of a series
of the season,.2 ht nd5'p:ns-wie~1.n that has been planned for this year,
Dir. and Mrs. Ruthven- to Attend. aal}pea was third with 115 hats and v t- rpritig
The committee takes pleasure in. 355 points. Hlen Moore, '31, Ed., ;Thec fireplace is the traditional
announcing that the fozllowing pa- 3 Sie,,.wa hghscreMeeting place and oifers facilities'
trons and patronesses will be pros- making 70 cf a possible 72 hits, for pr^ ririg appetizing break-
ent: President Alexander Ruthven andl 355 points, fasts. Dorothy Elsworth, 32, outdoor
and Mrs.,Ruthven, Dean Joseph A. Teoin 7~ir-il nerecd teamis ;manaipger, extends a general invita-
Bursley and Mrs. Bursl y, Dean- o two arcjhers, who shot on *the in- lc to University women. Those
John R.. Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, door r ang e ac' tho Field H-ouse. Two i nt (en ding to come, will meet at
Dean Wilber R. Humnphreys, Miss rounds of 36 arrows each were shot, ± Painter F+ieldl House at 8:30 o'clock
Grace Richards, Miss Alice Lloyd,' one from 20 feet and one from 30 "tnd bring their own breakfast. j
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan, feet. The score was figurEcd from!------...
Mrs. Henry Bacher, Dr. Mtargaret the totals of the two entrants.
Bell, Miss Ethel McComick, Mr. Irhdividuals interested in forming
and Mrs. Ira Smith, Mr. and Mrs. an arch=ery clurb are finvit ed to at-
avyEerMr. and Mrs. Homer toeld a r:nCtin^ at - o'clock 1i,°Tuesda
Heath, Mr.' and Mrs. Fielding H.! in B~arbour- o,ymnasiumi par'lors.
Yost, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Abbot, (rliene Heilman, 30 Ed., manrager of
Dean Edward H. Kraus and M1rs. archery, is in charge of the organi- -

Reservation for the hockey ban-
q uet, which will take place at 5:30
o'clock Tuesdagy, Nov. 26, must be'
made by Monday. Tickets pray be
purchase. from Helen Wilson, '31.
or Annette Currmings, '33. Those!
who cannot get in touch with these
womnen are requested to sign uip on
the posters in Barbour gymnasim
and the Field House.
Speakers for the banquet will be
Mrs. Myra B. Jordan. dean of wom-
en, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Laurie
Campbell, Miss Dorothy Colby, and
-Miss Editha Barthel, all of the Phny-
sical education department.
Awards will be made to winner-
of W. A. A. points as wevll as to in-
ter-class hockey players. Ruth Mar-
shall, '31, point recorder for the
Women's Athletic Association has,
charge of :figuring the points for
the awards.
As in formner years, each class will
put on a stunt, anda t her e wl be,
dancing. Members ofl intra-meural
and inter-class hockey teams, and
any one else who is interested i.
W. A. A. are invited to come. Tick-
ets are one dollar.
NO;CSThe Board of Direc;tors of the
Women's League will meet at 10
o'clock today in the Beard of
Directors room.
The final games of the inter-
class hockey season will be play-
ed at 4:15 o'clock Monday be-
tween the senior and junior
teams and the freshm~an and
Ssophomore teams.

"These stories have been translat-
ed into every European language.
'and they camne out here about 1911.
They are acknowledged now as
classics for children. 'The Further
Adventures of Nils' has since bee.Cn
publish-ed.

Professor Thompson
Claims The Average,
Student Knows Bible
the average college student 0o
today know's as much about the
Bible as the average adult,.lie
knows more about the life of Jesus
than the average adult, who, how--
ever, may surpass him in his know-
ledge of theology and the Old Te:A-
tam ent.
These conclusions were rtach:,d
tby Dr. James V. Thompson, assoc'-
lot'' professor of religious educ a-
t ,oin at Northwestern Universaity.
Iwho brought out the, facts in
,series of three tests on Jesus' lilP.
anld teachings, the Old Tyestamcent,
and the Acts end Epistles, given to
grade pupils, college students, and
adults.
)Fifty per cent of the materil
covered in the test on the Acts and
Epistles was unfamiliar to those
who took it. One hundred and for-
ty declared thatI Paul's teacher a
John the Baptist, and one hundred
arid four- said that the Book of
Ac~ts deals with the life of Christ.
Others said that the man who lost
his life lying about money was Ju-
das.

or iht.She is the only ',oruan 1-fig cEm'ldtuca zlotl
n~~brof tida' ugiLteen 'Im tuoruals' _
of the.'r'W(-di h Academy ,. Se won YOUTH4 SEEKS 'FRTDOM
the %obel prize in 1' 909. She i:A the----------
'only woman who has ever received "Public opinion has certainly'
thiat honor. turned decidedly in favor of high-
' Gosta Berling,' her greatest er education for women in India,"'
work, probably had something to declafred Prof. D. K. Karve, presi-
do with her winning of it," opined
Professor Peterson. "This novel ," dent and founder of the Women's
he went on to say, "is very roman- University of Poona, Bombay, lindi,,
tic, and she had the courage to in an interview. "The problem now
write it when realism was in the is purely economic and financial."
ascendancy. The reason for the In Ahmednagar, Bombay, the
romantic strain which appears in
w immel li er work is that she population collected an income tax
7 f ),din the folklore of'her for Women's Schools and Colleges,
country." but the local and provincial gov-
Professor Peterson has visited in ernments were unable to meet their
\Iiss Lagerlof's home, and he told qoa o ako ud."V.ie-
about coming across an instance ofqutsfrlcofun."Ti x
i word taboo on the way there. TheI emplities," according to Prof. K~arve,
driver of his cutter was laughing' who spoke yesterday in the Lydia
at the old superstitions, bust all theedcaton inInda, te attitudne
ime he was talking he carefully dcto i n-,"teattd
divoidedc the use of the word "devil " the people of India are taking in
referin tohimby ll ort ofthe matter of wome"'n's education."
oteerinames.mbyal ors f "The inability of the government
totaisete fndsisresltntfo
MisLgro''lts oki the fact," explained Prof. Karve,
y"Ma rbacka," a story of her ancestralththenwrfmsavbout
home, wihi a delightful place. 'ta h e eorshv ruh
which 15with them added expense without
i.ccor ing to Professor Peterson, In m iy substantial increase in. power
lhes Ir. g, paneled library is a statue L o the Indian electorate." Prof.
c Nils on his goose at one end and K iarve does not think that the La-;
along, the pa neis are original illus- I - oermn n rti wl f
I rtian of omeof hr woks. Fect any great changes in the po-
It, would probably interest wom- litical lineup in India. He declared
cn to7 know that Miss Lagerlof is:that "any serious proposal of hand-
s* 1 eontit with the feminist move- ing over important powers to In
c ont.' (eIuCid Professor Peter- dians" will niot be sympathetically,
i. "Ini1911, at the International received by the Liberal or the Con-
't~l~ Convention, she caine out, servative parties of Britain.
ofhfshell---for she is a retiring Prof. K-arve stated that, "Serious
{ persaon---and stirred 'things up a happenings may be expected, as the
'it. I-er speech has Jteen translated, youth of the country are determ-
inito Eugnh" ish and quoted a good fied to bring the matter to a show-
Sde l. She believes that women: down in which, perhaps, complete
'shoot'ld h:,"e equal, rights with independence will be declared the
- muon.''goal.''

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Kraus, Dean Herbert C. Sadler and ztonothsgup
Mrs. Sadler, Dean Hugh Cabot and! r.C bt e nJ m sB.E m n ,
son and Mrs. Edmonson, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis A. Straus, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar J. Campbell, Mr. John Eaton, IMemorbers of Kapp-a Beta Pi, legal
Mr. Arthur Cro'ss, Mr. Bruce ?Donal- sorority, were entertained Thurs-
son, Mr. Peter M. Jack, and Mr. day night in the Cave of the League
Paul Cuncannon. !builiding by Frances Raite-r, '30L,
_________________and Margaret ilenckel, '31L, Miss
Florence Pollock. '28L. of Ann Ar-
So Ciolgy IV aC az n e' bor and Mliss Mary Francis, '29L,
Publishes Research OF! were tine alumnae guests oi honor.
fPlans for Founder's D.ay and init-
Women Social Worker iatioil to be held Monday, Decem-
--- ber, 16, were discussed.j

In her discussion onl "Immiigraants
Under the Quota" in the November
issue of "Survey Graphic," Jane,
Addams speaks of experiences
which she has met with during her
work at Hull hiouse which have
been th direct outgrowth of the
Quota ;Laws .of 1921.
"A class of eases for which the
Quota Law had scant provision
were the husbands and wives, par-
ents and children, who were being
supported by members of their owns
families living in this country, but
who were unable to come," Miss Ad-
dams states. "Because the laws
went into operation soon after the
wvar, many families who had been:
separated before the war could doj
nothing toward gettign togtether,"
she explains.
Miss Addams also cites the Cable-
Act as being the cause of queer sit-!
uations in which some women find
themselves. One Rumanian woman,;
who is married to an American cit-
izen, cannot bring them here out-I
side the quota for the same reason. {
She is actually a woman without
a country.
"One good result the Cade Law:
has produced is that women most
valiantly prepare themselves for se-
curing their - own citizenship pap-,y
ers," Miss Addams adds. In speak-
ing of widows who are trying to
obtain citizenship papers in order'
to secure a mother's pension, shef
observes, "Isn't it to our advantage
that the children should be prop-E
erly fed and given home care un-
der the Mothers' Pension Act, in
spite of the fact that their moth- !
ers. may be unable to answer cer-
tain questions about the Consti tu-
tion of the United States?"

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The "Sunday
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is the latest
For those jolly Sunday evenings
when parties seem to spring up and
about one, when- neither formal nor
informal seems quite right . -
don one of these gallant little dr'esses.

Suits step into the winter
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You may choose from this collection of nmuch
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one that is designed to flatter -your particular
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Come and see for yourself, you will be amazed
at their unusual values. Woolen dresses are in-
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