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January 28, 1930 - Image 5

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Winner of Barbour Scholarship colleges of th~e two countrics. On'
Says Co-Education Was j a trip around the world, Miss MialA
Unknown in Japan. visited t ic0-a for the second' o: 4

Leading Womsan Thinks College' study everyone. Making costumes,
IEducation as Non-Essential even holding the prompt book, are'
to Dramatic Career, better than liothinog.

Itune. ----IV ile 1 do not t iunl; a college Spcia
"Tesrnes"hn o ewe Al sd~iI l a~)Q;' -"Acting as a whole is a far bet- education at all essential to a dra- fr
I first came to America was the pan,,' she stand emphatically and. ' : ec profession for women tha n for 5ntc career, it is helpful," Mss;
Memnbers of Teams Are Asked to presence of both men and women with a hint of Aridh~ "The govern- mn elrdTe ~hw ed ih adi nwrt us o
Bring Money for Spread in university classes," declared Su-, ment ;vii not pe'mit schools to igwmni Gets Pi~Yreadu thbstcrcuu o Rgl
toGmsTdygokeiJap, an.ou "InchJapano of English players, in an interview aprpetv actress "The college: hous c
ygi Miba, Jarbo.urIncholanfrm a chi-n;anug terta................following her performance in "1v-g rl who intends to go into the the- ing the
education is unknown. Japanese. That is why it is so hard I 1etyman" Sunday nzight in the Lydia
WILL BEGIN PRACTICES i"several years ago a few of the for us to adjust ourselves at nce 1 Mendelssohn theatre "Actors lead; atrc sould take a great deal of bth D
schools experimented with it in n American schools I have found an inactive sort of life," she coti- peech work Physical education,I Board o
Sophomore and Senior _ Teams jus oe or two departments,". she ;it i ti otah i aans ed. "There is no exercise, no reg- Including dancing and fencing, mu- nouncec
RmnUneetdbt continued, "but even that was so miar hours, and women's characters sic especially voice, drawing and being n
strongly disapproved by the older, wa aelandfo ok seem better able to stand it than costume designing are all valuable" f h
Meet Today. and more conservative instruc- written in English. The terms are;~ men's. Also," she added, "it is a "Sewing is helpful, too," addced set t
___-ftors, that it has been entirely given not easy to translate." J . bad profession for a man who has Alison Pickard- another membeynigte is ondo h upnw is ia xlandta IJpns ofnsojetsrnly ;t-suprsentla hejb r itecman h hrtoh rss ieto
inecas aktaltunmuthe prepaation given boys and torrerguugteragingaboadtoin room with Miss Holme. "Very: change
itersiorskewillaythunenph-t girls is so very different that when tu hi agtr o bod tolr 1 Miss Hiolme, who alas been with often, in repertoire companies, you ; enrd.
mh norsw4o'lockptay.th At his they attempt to put them: in the suy, u~less thy av a good rea- +Pd>.~.~r. Greet's compa~y for four havto make your owni clothes,' The
saecass in college the profes- son, because the time thus spent yeI am ledt"hnelvain"wlt ee.ilb
team will play the motley team.I their courses, and on this ground marriageable age popular in Japan.! i Night" in the performance yester- "The student should take advan-!iweek ni
At 5 ocok h uiradfeh they object to co-education. It is the chief interest to Japan-' soi ,Fafeu day. She believes, from her own! tape of opportunities to appear in ber int
o'cock th juiorandfreh- Miss Mibai spoke of. her native ese -aents -to get their daughters Gwen Snallpiece, queen of the( cxperience, that a stock company1 campus productions," Miss Holme1 of her
man first teams will clash. All the alma mater, Kobe college. Shehare by the time they are at wnter cirival in Banl, Alberta, is the best possibile training school' continued. "I think college dra-! time, tu
games will be played in Barbour said that a Michigan graduate had, least 18 years old. However, as Missi Canada,. is ski expert; hockey for the amateur actress. "It is, mat ics are responsible for sending requests
gymnasium. I been responsible for the founding Mbal added, the sons are well edu-i player, golfer, horsewoan, andI necessary," she said, "to strt at-a great rmamy people on the stage fully o
'The first basketball spread is to1 of the natural science department ated usually, and are encouragedjeis lyr h anvli ob the bottom and work up. Under- They did mne," she added. of 10:3f
tkplcat6ocokTusa,(and the erection of a natural sct-I to come to America for training, enspaer h anvl st e -_.-...-
ak plc at6ocokTusaence building. Dr. Holbrook, a,"Girls who are educated in Am- from February 1 to 3. iL '.aJllJ' c ffc ' +' ' i 222 222cT'!4
February 18, the first Tuesday in graduate of the University of Mich-j erica," the Japanese student enu--" "----
the second semester. All women i igan, is now greatly honored by 1 eated carefully, "must readjusAt @
who expect to attend the spread Japanese students for her share themselves when they retur n to pAmAi
to the games tomorrow, as there was the beginning of the reputa-I cised. The standards of relations'
will. be no other chance for the lion~ which Kobe college acquired1 between men and. women are so W
should be given to Margaret Ohl-! that only domestic' sciences had; are highly respected in America, in L [B~ ~ L~
son, '30, or the team managers. been taught to gnirs. Japan the mzen receive all of the!~ ' ausLrm ra
:There will be practices on Tours- Miss Miabi returned this year for respect and the women are very; Receipts £rom Sae. Ar Donated , .'cur V le have never beenl so e akb
day of this week, and o Tuesday, the third time to America, after much subordinated. When we, who: to Undergraduate fund sao --n u
Feb, 18, for seniors and sonhmoes receiving a: Barbour FelioNship see the difference here,. return we for L.caguc Building. seqo- nd ou
~t4 o'clock, and for freshmen and Her fist trip was in~ 1919 when she can feel only pity for our menia -I
juniors at 5 o'clock. In addition, same over to attend Mills CollegeI though we must pretend to r epcact! Vy ln ionorary oeet iU t hAnvz sn
Thursday of this week, the fresh- for Girls in Caiornia for two them in the way they demand" sponsor, the sale of blue-books for2
mean second team will play the years. Although she had graduat- ------ ---'. f ,n, Excels all our previous cfforts tof;v you
motley team, at 4 o'clock. ed from Kobe College for Girls in The latest addition to the Uni-1 fiial examnations. Tle sal, starts tp tlw s rcs
Up" until the games today, the Japan she was allowed, only one'vrity of North Carolina library, today at .the candy boote in Uni- . yefr tlws rcs
seniors and' sopzhonies have both year for credit, because of the dif-! which has dedicated its new $625,- versity hall and will continue Co t
remained, undefeated, while the ference in courses followed by the 1 000 home, is a valuable copy of the trPghntghiCoats aasnhed cad ed ce
lunlio'a rd freshmren have lost two rr so-called "Brechers' Bible," H
games each. Today's games will de- printed in London in 1599, the gift candy booth will not opn during TH USUAL ZWFRDL3 INGa SERVICE-., STO)RAGE AND INS
termine the winner of the first Notices of Rev. J. T. Mangum of Lexing- th xaOaioLDSo,! -Qj1 GOOD DURING THIS SALE.
found, anct the senior -sophomore ton, a trustee. This translation has 1 Five cent and three for en blueI
tame promises to be unusually ex- A new ruling has been made dii'disia'-ef'mm atta ok ilb od ~it f'n Special discount on all reparing and remI
rring. by the house committee of the the word "breeches" is used instead the sale will be donated to0 the un- ____________
_____ League building to the effect
Bell-Honoredebyttead ping wllnotbeof apron" to indicate the garments idcergraduate canipaigui i i rd [forthe - 1Y ulH nrdb htcr lyn ilnteicusb
imadec by Adam and Eve. IMichii n League buildiug ____
ofc n o r e o r I --___=
Physical Education in either o the two lounges on C;>o " ' ' e ' -- roc~
~ at ~ Tea Sundays. owever, it is not pro- (
Clb"a unda y Te ibited iiny other part of the Q'V k .d.4 ' m .... v
i ~~~ building,' n a .myyb b d
b In honor of Di Margaret Bell,.' a'hed d n ceat / maeol
cof the Wtniie's Physical- Edu-' itamd_.__reqc&-at-h-ma-ivi-
Caton departp~ent, who is about to desk at any time.Vc °":________________________
take a sabbatical leave of absence, Bowling alleys in the Palmer I~ ~ _________________
hmebroftePyiaEd-Field house will be open from - ~::: - ~- --________
atoclbhl ta-fo 4to6 4 to 6 o'clock each afternoon I *...._________________________________________
catin cub hld te fro 4 o 6during the examinations for re- f
b'clock Sunday, in the lounge of *.d' _. ,% /
fhe Field house. The" sophomore ;,upss. Alwmnf 4~ i r+
hysca eliatolsudnt wre students are invited to make use 0 * .*,.v_'
hhostesses. of this opportunity for relaxa- fg. ..f y I/
rGuests at the tea were members tion from intensive study, ac- }i - -v
Pf'the faculty and the mnember~s of coding to Mithi Ethel McCor- 0 Id. ' q
exctv oi fteWr- irmk, of the Physical duca- ' ~-"
l's Athletic association. In the re- L ion depatment e jm.-.... .__. ,_
Member s of the executive I[1A
cheiing line wer e Dr. Bell Katheu - 1
inMcMurray, 31M= lzbt boaird of the Women',, Athletic . J1
Mi s L m m a p el B t y association swill m eet at 2 ' d f\\%'
*ealy, '32 Ed. Clar a Palrkinson '31 o'clock today in the Russian tea .
d., nd Drotea Bger "33Ed. room at the League building. i l ! f//
Present Iz F
c SH!ORT l

[ Provisions being iMwd'-
rChange of Rues
n J-Hop Wcck-nd
lar house rules and closi i;
will continue in effect clii,-
examination pcriod, Elia-
c~o,.'30, chairmn of th
Af Representatives, has an-
d. Special provisions are
nade for over the week-nd
T-Hop, and letters will be
the heads of houses with,
ns for the temporary
of rules durng that week--
closing hour in any house
extended to 11 o'clock or'
ights as soon as every memi-
the house has completed all
examinations. Until that
ic Board of Representatives
s that quiet hours be care-
served and the regular hour
4 be enforced.
le as this
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