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SATURDAY- OCTOBER 5, 1920

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ENLARGED ORCHESTR A FIRST WOMAN REGENT ARRIVES TO INSPECTORS DISCOVER
ASSUME NEW LY APPOINT ED DUT IES
Mrs. Leroy V. Cram, '98, the first University that may request her
woman ever to become a regent of assistance. She regards her posi-
the University of Michigan, is al- tion as one of trust, and intendsA
ready preparing to enter upon her to be ready to help in any way
newly acquired duties. Her arrival that she can, whenever she is call- New Set of Regulations Is Sent to
in Ann Arbor yesterday marked the ed upon. League Houses and
beginning of her active service for When asked to discuss her hob- Dormitories
NEW LIGITING ARRANGEMENT the University. In an interview, bies, Mrs. Cram exclaimed, "Hob-
IS EXPECTED TO BE she stated her attitude toward her bies? I have no hobbies." She ad- COOPERATION IS NEEDED
INSTALLED new position. I mitted, however, that there was
Mrs. Cram feels that she can best one thing in which she is vitally Due to the fire hazards found in
TICKETS ARE ON SALE serve the University only after she interested and upon which most some women's rooming houses on
-' !~~~has become familiar with all its of he time during the past sumn h apu yteaviest
phases. For this reason, she in- mer has been spent-her son. He the campus by the advisers to wo-
Use of Cafeteria, Check-rooms, tends to spend much of her time attended the annual Boy Scout men and an inspector last year
and Lounge Is Extended to i in Ann Arbor, acquainting herself Jubilee in England this year. Re- during fire inspection, a new set of
All Guests with the work of the University cently he left his home to attend regulations 3 being sent to the
and renewing her interest in the a school in the east. League houses and dormitories in
Dancing in the League ballroom i student side of college life. Though she acknowledges the
will open tonight with an unus- Previous to her appointment as happiness of youth, Mrs. Cram be- order that the danger from fire
ually attractive feature. Bob Car- regent, Mrs. Cram had planned to lieves that no woman should be- be reduced to a minimum.
son, whose orchestras have been return to Ann Arbor for further lieve that her life has ended at Last year the unusual number
academic study. Her unexpected forty. Speaking from her own ex- of fires in Ann Arbor prompted the
prominent in campus events for appointment has made the con- perience, she affirms that the add- officials to hold a fire prevention
the past four years, will introduce tinuance of this plan impractical, ed years can bring even greater week
after three weeks in rehearsal, an as the major part of her time will interests and richer compensations week.
entirely new combination of ten now be devoted to her new posi- than can the earlier days of one's List Frequent Incendiary Causes
tion she explained. life. No woman she feels, should One of the most frequent vio-
peppy musicians. Three of the It is Mrs. Cram's belief that she ever regret the slow accumulation lations of the electrical code was
men, Tony Barone, George Calli- is, here to serve any project of the of years.
son, and Reule Kenyon have been -_-- ----- -------_ ____the overloading of circuits due to
imported for the purpose and are Student From Turkey 'the use of double socket equipment.
newt he-Electricians call attention to the
neo__ cmus (TERARY U ILac that a circuit is made to car-
Reule Kenyon, the pianist, has Tactrici call aetocorh
formerly been with Ted Weems; "Ty rya certain current, and only a
the Mason and Dixon, and Ray The women of Turkey occupy Ot'TfY--. TS--.limited number of outlets are per-
Miller's orchestras, all well-known the same positions in public af- I TOHUmitted for one circuit. The use
and. popular among dance lovers. fairs as the men, and they enter1 of double sockets immediately in-
Len Duckman will feature as the every department in the colleges Epsilon chapter of Athena, na- creases the load, causing the wires
saxophonist and singing entertain- and universities," said Behire Rej- tional literary and debating socie- to heat.
P ans M1de by Noted Musician ik, a graduate student from Con- ty, will hold its first tryouts for A further danger from using ex-
Special dance arrangements stantinople, who is studying here membership at 8 o'clock Tuesday, tra wiring is the careless stringing
have been made for the orchestra this year. October 8, in the Athena room on of wire over metal hooks, some
It is not difficult for a woman the fourth floor of Angell Hall. rooms being literally festooned
by Emerson Stiles of Detroit, who Freshmen, as well as upper class with such hazardous equipment.
has become famous for his ar- to obtain an education in Con- women, are eligible for tryout. It Since the safety of life and prop-
rangements played by McKinney's pr-
,Cotton Pickers. iystantinople, as most of the Turk- is requested that those who do in- erty is involved, the advisers have
Several members of the orches- ish schools and colleges are free. tend to try out have a two or three considered it necessary to remedy
trawhich was so much enjoyed at I There is no tuition and the ex- minute speech on any subject al- these conditions.
th i stwekready prepared. Letter Encourages Precaution
e Freshmn rece lst week, penses are very low; board andhe There will be a business meeting With a view to eliminating the
will be wit h rroom for a year being about $200," for all old members of Athena at situation, a letter is being sent to
tonight.:
Arrangemenht.have been made she continued. 7:15 o'clock in the same place. Flor- the heads of all houses which are
for a softer lighting effect and also Miss Rejik graduated from the ence Clement, '30, president of approved as residences for under-
for a spot light to be turned on the Constantinople Women's College in Athena, asks that every member graduate women asking that cer-
dancers, it has been announced.- 1926, and taught three years in a please be present. tain regulations be put into effect.'
Arrange New Checking System - -'These regulations do not prevent
A new plan for the checking preparatory school. In the fall of sports," stated Miss Rejik. "There the adequate lighting of the rooms
rooms will avoid the waiting lines 1928 she met Mrs. Evangeline Lind- are many sporting clubs on the but rule against the use of more
and congestion which prevailed at bergh, who was teaching in the Bosphorous, w.which compete in lights than are necessary, those
previous dances. Therte will be chemistry department of Constan- football and water sports. Women that constitute a fire hazard.
three attendants at each of the tinople College. Last year Miss Re- members of the clubs play basket- The elimination of these condi-
two check rooms; the men are re- jik won the Barbour scholarship- ball, volley-ball, hockey, and ten- tions- now rests with the women-of
quested toecheck their wraps in the for Oriental women, and came to nis. In other respects, also, the the University. The house heads
room at the north end of the first the United States to enter the Un- colleges of Turkey are much like have been very cooperative in re-
floor, while the women may check iversity of Michigan. Mrs. Lind- those of the United States." moving those risks for which they
theirs only in the one on the sec- bergh met her in Detroit and ac- Miss Rjik is majoring in mathe- are responsible. It is asked that
ond floor next to the ballroom. - companied her to Ann Arbor. matir;. She plans to return to the women give greater coopera-
The cafeteria on the first floor "The young men and women of Constantinople to teach when she tion in insuring their own safety
will be open for those who wish Turkey are keenly interested n receives her M.A. degree and that of the property of others. I
to use it during the dancing or the,---
intermission.j-
Tickets may be obtained for one
dollar per couple either at the
Wahr's bookstore on State street
The rule in effectnstates thatany-
one, unless presented by a mem-
ber of -the eague, may obtain a
ticket only upon the presentation
of a Union membership card, and,
he is rxpected to use the ticket!
only for himself and his partner.I
Dances will continue at the
eague every Friday and Saturday
nights during the year.S
Alpha Gamma Sigma, Camp Fire
sorority, invites all women of the
University who have been Camp
Fire girls to a tea from 4 until 6 An Event That Culminates TwentyFive Years of
o'clock Tuesday in the Cave of the Service In Meeting the Demands of the
Michigan League Fashionably Dressed Woman
and Miss

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Miss Anna Lloyd, who has made red" by P. G. Wodehouse.
an extensive study of modern lit- Sigrid Undset, this year's NobelMATCHIS
erature, suggests a number of new prize winner, has added the third
books which the busy university book, "In the Wilderness" to his'Be
student might find it well worth trilogy, "Kristin Lavansdatter." !eginning T
s' Miss Lloyd says that this should be tennis tournam
his time to read. Biographies, ra- one of the best. Walpole has writ- ed for all woni
ther than travel books, seem to be ten a new novel with London as women interes
best sellers in non fiction this year. its locale, "Hans Frost." Warwick ediately in '
"Beethoven, the Creator," Deeping's latest novel is 'Roper's mediely i
"Bethoenth Crato,"by Rb- Row." Mazo de la Roche, author of the field house
inain Rolland, is a most interesting "Jalna" has continued that story everyone will
and comprehensive study of the in "White Oaks of Jalna" which Monday, as ap
life and works of the great corn- bids fair to be more popular than ther will make
poser. according to Miss Lloyd. its predecessor. for long.
Anr..her &kitstanding biography After the great success of Re- The tourna
is "T1 imas Jefferson" by Gilbert marque's "All Quiet on the West- started last sI
ern Front," a number of war books pleted, beginni
Chinard. Dr. Randolph G. Adams have come out. Among the out- one who was1
of the William L. Clements Library standing ones, according to Miss tournament sh
says of this book, "Chinard's life Lloyd, are Schlump's, "The Story of house Tuesday
of Jefferson appears to me, as a a German Soldier," "A Farewell to nament sheet
historian, to be the long looked for Arms" by Ernest Hemingway, "It's Women's Athle
.to.n'a Great War" by Mary Lee, and es very much
book on the subject. American "God Have Mercy on Us" by Wil- pleted, as well
historians have long suspected that ham T. Scanlon. Both the Ger- ment.
Jefferson is the only original po- man and Allied viewpoints are re-
litical thinker we have produced, presented. The largest
For those who are interested in in the world,r
a bo by w hich that cm be d m- poetry there are a number of books made in the U'
ootbatd" j eust out. "Gold Coast Customs" produced recen
onsaed."IH. Lawrence, and "Indian Earth" shep of McPhe
Several amusing novels have just by Edith Sitwell, "Pansies" by D. laboratories th
come out. Among them is one by by Witter Bynner are a few of are only slightl
Alfred Noyes called "The Sun them. The last is Mr. Bynner's ' head, but are
Cure" and another is "Fish Prefer- first new publication in three years. I as any other sy

SCHEDULED

uesday, October 8, a
dent will be conduct-
en on campus. Any
ted may sign up m.-
Barbour gym or at
e. It is hoped that
have signed up by
proaching cold wea-
it impossible to play
ment which was
pring will be com-
ing next week. Any
taking part in this
ould go to the field
, when the old tour-
will be posted. The
tic Association wish-
to have this com-
as the new tourna-
synthetic diamonds
and the only ones
United States, were
tly by Dr. I. W. Her-
erson college in the
ere. The diamonds
y larger than a pin-
four times as large
ynthetic diamond.

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