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~MflI ~ SUDAY FO I HUl [HfO
Program to Be First of Weekly Addresses Will Be of Special
Meetings Sponsored by Interest to Women as
Library Commttee. Representatives.
Initiating the series of Sunday In honor of the presidents of all
afternoon readings to be sponsored the women's houses on campus the
throughout the year by the League staff of the Dean of Women's office
Library committee, Prof. John L. is giving a formal dinner at 6
Brumm of the journalism depart- o'clock tonight in the private din-
ment will feature the program be- ing room on the third floor of the
ginning at 3:30 o'clock Sunday in League.
ghe Grand Rapids room if the There will be a short after din-
League building, by reading from ner program that will close in time
his newest play, "Scrambled Ego." for the guests to attend the Gabri-
The programs have been a regu- lovitsch concert. The speakers vill
lar monthly event for the past few be Miss Eunice Wead, professor 'of
years, and have been a notable suc- Library Science; Dr. Margaret Bell,
cess. Students, faculty members, Director of Physical Education for
and townspeople are invited, and Women; and Mrs. Byrl F. Bacher,
a large attendance is expected. Assistant Dean of Women. The ad-
Betty Gerhard, '32, chairman of dresses will be of special interest
the library committee, is in charge to the group as representatives of
of arrangements, and she is being league houses, dormitories, and sor-
assisted by the members of her orities.
committee, Jean Cowden, '33, and Guests of honor who have been
Susan Manchester, '32. invited to the dinner will be Mrs.
Tea will be served immediately A. G. Ruthven, Miss Katherine
after the program, and Katherine Koch, Miss Eunice Wead, Miss Lois
Koch, '32, president of the League, Sandler, Miss Dcrothy Eilsworth,
has been asked to pour. Anyone at- Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Hilda Burr,
tending the reading is invited to Miss Dorothy Beise, Miss Laurie
remain for the tea. Campbell, Miss Marie Hartwig, Miss
Plans for the second reading of Ruth Hassinger, Miss Rugen, Miss
the series are still indefinite, but it Mary Stewart, Mis Agnes Stoodley,
will probably take place early in Miss Emily White, and Miss Marie
December. Zettler.
WOMEN HAVE SAME OPPORTUNITIES
AS MEN IN ARCHITECTURE AND ART

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ed my question, "there are certain
One of these is domestic architec-
ture or the designing of homes and
apartments. I think that more wo-
men enter this phase of the work
than any other. On the other hand,
we must take into consideration a
specific instance of a woman's su-
priority along other lines. If you
will remember, it was a woman
who won first prize in the Shake-
spere Memorial contest which was
held a few years ago;
"As far as painting goes, there is
no real difference in talent betwaen
the sexes. Almost everyone who
enters a painting Blass is there be-
cause he enjoys the work and is
interested in it. While many stu-
dents of art enter technical schools,
there are some graduates in this
department who have been ex-
tremely successful. We have one

Comforts of Home.
"The college girl's intellect is all
too often developed at the expense
of her health,"'was the conclusion
of Dr. Barbara Beattie, as st'ated in
her article in the Good Housekeep-
ing.
Dr. Beattie goes on to say that
in her inspection of the health sit-
,uation, every meal eaten in a col-
lege dining room was uninteresting
and unpalatable, with the excep-
tion of the one eaten at Scripps
College, California. Scripps endea-
vors to maintain the high stand-
ards of living which the girl has
enjoyed at home.
The author was encouraged by
the fact that during the past year
several 'colleges have established a
physical standard as well as aca-
demic requirements for admission.
"The teaching of hygiene is no
doubt the weakest spot in the edu-
cational system, and college doc-
tors will have to put, on a better i
hygiene show if they expect to in-
terest the modern girl in health
instruction," Dr. Beattie concluded.

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from Mr. Jamgotch's CoIlectin
If you have ever contemplated buying Oriental Rugs
Rugs, you cannot afford to miss this sale of sales! Mr.
Jamgotch is leaving Ann Arbor for an indefinite timc,
and to eliminate packing problems, is offering all his
rugs at amazingly low prices! Those who came in
after our first announcement of last Friday, found
greater values than ever before offered here! These
rugs are selling fast . . . we urge you tQ make your
selection early!

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