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TM-MDAY, MAY 3 Is I" - fv[M1 fi.? tNDIALY

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Installs

New

Officers of

League

S WIMMING TAR SHOWS STYLE

IVY THOMAS, IN INTER VIEW, TELLS
JNTRAMUTRAI, OF IMPORTANCE OF- WOMEN IN EAST
Indlant Student Relates Position ing carried by Gandhi's followers.
1N. W JGratBrtan ports are sold by standing near
GratBrtan them and begging people not to buy
'Yo ar almst obod ifyouthem. t
Archery"YuaeamsnooyiYO Manufacture and inidustry have
jWomen may shoot from 4 to 6 have not bgen arrested in India."I developed so rapidly wtinthla-
o'clock every afternoon at Palmer This is not meant to be humorous,j few years that there is no longer
ised.to e ubefyturnedd scoeint by Mayringt9.vyTWOh mas t e bedurr hecmpotaton f tispo studentin y from T thrbo rngsolrwhich st dIndiam tihaswhcbeeni hcarry-crr
tournaments will be held, a~ begin- Lucknow, Indiat a statement of ing on," explains Miss Thomas.
ners and one for advanced archers. fact. "Even the political leaders of the
Tennis tni "It is the women of India who movement in India are manry of
are the important and influential them feminine," she concludes.
The second rouil( of the tni force in the stroggle with Great "Mrs. Sarojini Naidu, India's poet-
tournament for singles, doubles, Britaiin. For the first time in his- patriotess has been president of the
an~d mixed doubles must be playedtoywmnaei hikntwtInanNinlCngsadhs
i t by N ridc7t. May 6. The schedules treoenaeIghieotwt nintiobenalrnres and hars
ar'pstdo hebleinbadgunls and explosives, it is true, but .e ty be retdadipris
are oste on he ullein bardtheir~ type of wiarfare is proving ef- oned by British officials."
of the Woman's Athletic. building. festive, none th~e less," continues Miss Thomas is a graduatte of the
Baseball Miss Thomas. University of Lucknow, where she
Schedules. for the intramural "Women are helping~ to make the specialized in economics and. phil-
baseball tournament will be posted.a boycott on foreign mainufa?,tr-res osophy. Before she came to Ann
Games will, be played at 4 and at 5' successful. They are participants in Ai bor to study she taught econom-
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, May thetdernonstraticns wxhich are part ,ics at Luicknow for six years.

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Life Saving.
The ife saving class will be held
at 8:15 o'clock T?:uesday and Thurs-
day at the V~Jnion pool. Anyone de-
siring_ tlo p~thte test which will Wu.
given. in ab~out two wreeks are 11-}
vitecl. to take this opportunity t )
practic or receive coaching.
Tap 1Dancing
The tap dancing class will be held
at 4 o'clock Trhur sday, at the lounge
in the W,)man's Athletic building.
Speedball1
Practice for speedball will he held
at 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thuirsdiay
afternoon a1,11.Palmierl"iel .}
Horses may be r,. dered for thdc
priding class whet meets at 4 o'clock
on Tuesday arnd Thurwsday by call-
ing Mr. Mullison.

ofthme plan of pass; ivte resistance b-
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She was sadn in the lobby of
Angell Ball tand, he looked as
though she ha(Iedse)) from thl-
pRages of Vogue, cr lkethle prettyl
girl in the advertisement f;for Fisher
Body come to hl'e. Her blue suit
tailored beautifully, had al perfect
plain neck line thO-t b-AtojncdJor:the
left shoulder. T r , was blue Cox
adolrrning Lu cui).
fife r 1hat :ti"(! 1,1101(1 lu c
(:clf<JpliaC .t all( I t; I ;i Cl i~t l i h p'
ouoved fashion Oivcr the right 1eye.
Blue kaid puI1ps., light goe and
bag coitipietedti e c ostumne. "Oh,
dear," we sighed 88 a we adjusted
the old racoou aid lhurriedt off to1
make a 2 o'clock'.

NOTED PROFESSOR
TO LECTURE HERE
Dean ofSat h olege to SlAik
in Angell Hall May 5.-
Miss Marjorie Nicolson, Professh'y
of English and academic Dean of
Smith college will lecture here
uinder the auspices of the dean of
women. The; subject of the lecture
will be "Science and the poetic Im-
agination." It will b given in
Room 1025 Anell IT-all, at 4:15,
Mray 5.
Miss Nicolson has been woirking
for the past seversal, years on this
subject, and is well qualified to
give- this lecture.' The subject
should be one of signal irfterest to
t all students of literature.

The fatest in swimming stits is shown here 1)y Eleanor Iloirn, who
,,om bi ncs two rare characte ri tics----good lochs miad stellar athletic abil -
ity. Aiss Molm is one of the l acdin.g conttende 'rs Iok Olympic s'wimtming
laurels and is shown at practice.
THERESA WO REVEALS AMBITIONS
FOR LIFE WORK IN FOREIGN LANDS

Golf
Three scores on the .
holes of the University

first nine
of Michi-

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the diseases of children," she says,P gan golf course will be due May
"but I will probably be called on to 13.
lance boils and perform operations -_
as often as not. There is no sur-
pPs of doctors."
Theresa's secondary interest is in :
languages. She speaks English,
Spanish, Mandarin Chinese. and ,f
some French. There are a dozen k
dialects which she will later have1r
to master when she begins her prac-ti
tice in Tientsin. The climate thereI
is very harsh, going to extrenmes in1
winter and summer, and disease1
prevention in only its most rucli-
,mnrtary sta ges. There is the pob-
lem which lies before her-to, help,
fragile as she is, to cure sick Chin.l

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Pajamas,
For Lounging
For Sleeping
For the Beach
$395
"Terry" Pajamas
Red, white anid blue tops
to wear with
Corduroy Slacks and
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...skin exquisitely. smooth

A representative of Kathleen Mary Quinlan, Miss Marion
Parker, direct from her New Yoe'k Salon, will be at our
Toilet Goods Department to tell you exactly how to do it.
Wednesday Afternoon, May 4th
Quick! Get this date on your engagement padt!
"About Face !" Sounds like a military command. It is
important enough to bring you here in "double-quick
time~." And whein you lav -- -i P-i"Frward March!I"

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