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Other rules governing eligibility for
activities bar students that have re-
ceived a D or E for the semester im-
mediately preceding the date of the
eligibility list, unless they have spe-
cial permission from the Committee
on Student Affairs. ..
Miss Perry is anxious that women
make inquiries at the Dean of Wom-
en's office if they do not fully under-
stand the requirements. Heads of
committees are also urged to submit
a complete list of students who .ex-
pect to participate in any function
and determine their eligibility before
proceeding further with the en-
terprise.
CON TRACT

Joan Crawford gives the final touch to her make-up before leaving
her portable dressing room. Make-up, however, isn't the all-important
ning that it used to be. Beauty experts everywhere agree that emphasis
must first be laid upon the cleanliness, circulation, and stimulation of
the skin. Only when the skin is clear and wholesome, does make-up
look well.
Foreign Students Prepare For
Large Careers; Avoid Activities

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NORTH
AK763
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WEST
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H 10
D 54
C No
WEST
1 Heart (1)
. 3 Clubs (4)
Double (7)
Double (10)
NORTH
2 hearts (2)
4 Spades (5)
6 Spades (8)
Pass

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EAST
4
J 6 5 3
J 10 7 6
J 10 9 8

OUTH
J 10 9 8
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EAST
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
SOUTH
2 Spades (3)
1 5 Clubs (6)
Pass (9)
Pass (11)

By CATHERINE CURTIS
While the average American stu-
dent considers extra-curricular activ-
ities an important part of his edu-
cation, the foreign student finds he
must avoid these if he wishes to hold
a scholarship and carry out his vision
of leadership in his chosen field.
Florence Bing Chin Ling, for in-
stance, aims to be one of China's first
genetic psychologists, and in order to
prepare herself adequately for her
goal she unremittingly peruses her
studies.
Although practical and important,
genetic psychology is an almost un-
explored branch of. science. It deals
with the psychology of infants from
the ante-prenatal stages to adult-
hood. Emphasis is placed in the form-
ative beginning and in the first few
years of life.
Florence Bing Chung Ling is the
youngest of five children, all of whom
have received degrees in foreign uni-
versities. Thick black crowns her
slim body and a joyous smile bright-
ens her oval face.
She was born in Ningpo and edu-
cated at St. Mary's Episcopal School
in China's intellectual center, Shang-.
hai. Her brilliant record won her two
scholarships-one from the Chinese
government, the other from Wellesley
College. She entered Wellesley in 1927
and while there concentrated in psy-
hand. He had trumped with the Ace
and King so he was able to overtake
the seven of spades which was led
from dummy, draw the remaining
trump with his own last spade and
all was made. Having discarded a
club on the last spade lead from
dummy, his diamond reentry to the
King, Queen and the Ace of Clubs
were good for the last three tricks.

chology. Upon her graduation she
came to the University of Michigan
to start her work in genetic psy-
chology.
After completing her Ph.D. degree,
she will return to China, where she
will carry on research on new born
babies. So rare is her interest, she
finds it wise to train herself to design
and direct the manufacture of the
instruments she needs.
Women's Glee Club Will
Hear Tryout Auditions
Tryouts for the newly organized
Women's Glee Club will be held to-
day from 3 until 4 p. m., Thursday
from 3 until 5 p. m., and Friday from
4 until 5 p. m. Professors Christian
and Moore will conduct the tryouts
in the glee club room of the League.
WE'RE NOT AFRAID
OF THE BIG BAD
BOOGABOO !
That's Why-
FRI DAY, the 13th
is the Date of the
MAYFAIR
DANCE
at the
Michigan League
Be Sure To Be There!
DANCING 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.

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West, Dealer. Neither side vulner-
able.
1. Although possessing a very
strong hand, West really has no other
bid as he does not possess sufficient
honor tricks for a forcing bid.
2. This overcall of an opponent's"
bid guarantees taking the first trick
or at worst a singleton in the suit
and is unponditionally forcing. He
might well have bid two spades with
such a hand.
3. This response is absolutely
forced. Some players might respond
three spades because of the lack of
Clubs but I think that in this case
with little honor strength it was bet-
ter to make the minimum response.
4. This bid was rather peculiar. I
would prefer a three heart rebid to
show the added length.
5. Four clubs might have been bid
here to show the Ace but North had
decided at this time that there was
no slam in the hand after a minimum
response from South.
6. This five club bid was well-
timed. It showed North the distribu-
tion and indicated the slam possibili-
ties.
7. This double was useless.
8. There is not much else to be
done.
9.d Without an Ace, South can not
bid seven.
10. One can not blame West for
doubling with his strength.
11. This pass is not bad, as a re-
double would have been rather opti-
mistic.
The play was as good as the bid-
ding. South ruffled the heart which
followed the Ace of Diamonds lead in
dummy. He then cross-ruffed in
Clubs and Hearts until he had one
trump left indummy and two in his
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