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THE MONMAL 23 Child Study Club. The meetings of this club will be resumed now that Pro fessor Clark has returned. At the next meeting, Monday evening, March 17, Miss Innes will speak on the Montessori Method. The German Club. Saturday evening, February 28, the German club met in the dormitory parlors. A drama, “ Der Schimmel,” was read and the parts were translated. German songs were sung and the German club department for the Chinook was discussed. The meeting broke up quite early. The next meeting will be held Saturday evening, March Id, and the work will be of the same nature. Story Tellers’ Club. The last meeting of this organization was held in Miss Bettes’ rooms on Friday evening, February 21. The study of “ A Midsummer Night’s Dream” was completed and Miss Scott told the story of 1‘Hansel and Grettel.” Many jokes and queer incidents were related. It was agreed to con tinue the Story Tellers’ League until June. Miss Hartman and Miss Kemper will tell the story of “ Konigs Kinder” at the next meeting, Friday, March 25. After that the club will take up the study of Maeterlinck’s “ Bluebird.” Kappa Zeta Nu. On the evening of February 15, Kappa Zeta Nu enter tained Miss Carson, who gave a most interesting and in structive talk on the value of sororities here and in other colleges. Refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served. The members of the club at Miss Carson’s suggestion decided to take up the reading of some good book which was to be chosen by sorority. With this idea in mind the sorority met on Saturday evening, March 1. All the girls brought their sewing and as' they sewed lis tened to the reading of the early chapters of Martin Ohuz- zlewit by Miss Arthur. At intervals in the reading the