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T1IS YEAR
Salient features in the work of the
Women's league for the coming year
are more extensive Red' Cross work,
and increased co-operation between
the league and the Y. W. C. A. Ur-
gent need for Red Cross articles at
this time makes necessary a larger
Rled Cross organization, while it has
long been felt that the bounds of the
Yi. W. C. A. and the Women's league
so overlap that a closer relationship
would prove effectual.
The league will take up definite
plans for the year's program at the
first regular meeting of the board of
directors to be held on Saturday, Oct.
6. Organization of Red Cross work,
and social service in the hospitals
will to considered at this time.
Anna Lloyd, '18, president, announces
that the league starts the year with
a clean slate, owing to the fact that
the B~oard of Regents this summer as-
sumed its debt on Palmer field.
D~ean Jordan, Mildred Mighell, '18,
and Anna Lloyd, '18, are delegates to
the convention of the State Federa-
tion of Women's clubs, of which the
Women's league, is a member, to be
held at Traverse City, on Oct. 16-17-18.
The league's summer school organ-
ization this year was most successful.
Mary Porter, appointed by the presi-
dent tf- take charge of this work, re-
ports that nearly 'every girl in. sum-
mer school was a league member.
Part of Conference
Many freshmen girls do not seem
to understand the purpose of the ex-
istence of this organization.. For their
benefit, it might be said that the Wom-
en's league is but an integral part of
a larger and more complete organiza-
*tion known as the Middle West Con-
ference of Women's Self-governing or-
ganizations. This conference includes
organizations in. Wisconsin, Minne-
sota, Michigan, and exists to promote
the social betterment of4 college wom-
en. All members of this conference
send delegates to a yearly convention.
Last year, however, the convention
was called off, and the equivalent of
the expense that would have been in-
curred was turned over to the Red
Cross.
At Michigan, it is the Women's
league which has been directly respon-

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Additions and changes in f acul ty.
and courses have perhaps been nais-,
pronounced in the economics tcpar .t-.
ment than in any other branch o h
lit college this year.
Prof. E. D. Jones, who has bec
leave of absence last year lectn i
and making investigations of nl-
trial plants in different parts fte
country, has returned" to suo
charge of his old courses andt
a now course in American
trade.
"Criminology," "Community 'ho
lems," and. "Problems of Poverty ;i
some new courses that have b a gu at d by MrhAi..- _
structor in sociology. Mr. odn
also giving the course in "Labo' ?
lems" and expects to carry on i
tical social investigations in D
institutions. Prof. W. A. Patoy'
structor in economics here a. few yer
ago, has returned from the University
of Minnesota and is now taking chiarge
of the accounting work here as as-
sistant professor.
The course in "Public Finauc' is
now given by Prof. H. C. Adanas w.ho
originally started the work ' he
E University a number of years ag o. The
course in "Railway Organization a-rid
Operation," which he gave lastyer
Iis now being taught by Mr. 1
oi.Cowin. The work in law of cotntia~
and law of commercial paper is beim,_

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conference held here each spring.
Formerly, the athletic department
has been but a committee of the
league. This year, however, the two
are separate and the athletic depart-
ment will elect its own officers, and
will be self-supporting.
At present the 1917-18 membership
is approximately 450, with plans for
a membership campaign in the future.
VARSITY GLEE CLUB EXPECTS
SUCCESSFUL YEAR INI 1917-18
Varsity Glee club officers are con-
fident that this year's organization will
be up to the regular standard in
voices, although the membership may
be slightly smaller than in former
seasons.
Try-outs will be held at 7 o'clock
next Monday and Tuesday evening in
the new University School Hof Music
building on Maynard street. The per-
sonnel of the club :will be announced
within a few days after .that time. On
Tuesday, evening the Mandolin club
candidates will also be tried out.
The number of last year's men to
return has not been definitely learned,
but a goodly number have appeared
on the campus and will probably con-
stitute the nucleus of the clubs.
Horace L. Davis, '17, one of the mem-
bers of the Varsity quartet in 1916-17,
may return, but positive information
er canot be secured.
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HIOLD TRY-OUTS WEDWE 'as
Try-outs for the All-fresh Glee club 5 j
11l be held at 7 o'clock Wednesxv = IP
rening in the University School 1
usic building on Maynard street.
Any students at Michigan for 'E
-t time this year will be eligible t
yout whether they ar* freshmen 3 y
members of any other class o i
Empus. Membership will not b 11
d to 1921 men as is the preyo
ea. Mr. Kenneth N. Westerman ; .q
rect the organization.
Serenades will form the prigc f.a
art of the club's work after reli.
s. In addition to this there wil, 1
.eral appearances at freshman .
dngs and possibly a short t:Ic'
Darby towns. The club may ap~
the Boat club's annual regattl i
.e spring if satisfactory arrac L1
ents can be made. ni
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