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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVI

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University

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Financing the Activities of the Y.W.CA.

WOMAN LEADS INDIANA DEMOCRATSI
Secretary of Committee Runs Campaign in Taggart's Place

work that is being done by1
W. C. A. is fundamental to the
f the women on the campus,
ce warrants their enthusiastic
in the financial drive," de-
Iane Gibson, '25, president of
V. C. A. recently.
irk which is as wide-spread
C. W. C. A. necessarily becomesI
association is but one of 750
ental to all women. This
sociations which go to make up
onal students' division of theI
). A. having a membership of
women students in the UnitedI
The local division has a mem-
of 500, a committee member-
100, and 300 women enrolled,

;erchange of news with other
ent associations both stimulates
mecourages the power of the local
ciation. The groups are linked
ublications, summer conferences,
the undergraduate representa-
who have as their particularj
the duty of being the connecting
Ellura Harvey, '25, holds this
ion as undergraduate representa-
at Michigan. The summer con-
ces form one of the most bene-
influences, and one of the clos--
onds between the various asso-
ns. The conference at Lake
va, Wisconsin is the outstanding
ing. There delegates from all
the Mid-West gather each sum-
to discuss campus problems.f
en delegates made up the Michi-
group at the last meeting, and
were, in addition, two delegates
the Nurses training school. The
nal convention which six dele-
from Michigan attended, was
in April in New York City.
Gently, the National Student
on of the Y. W. C. A. has been
almost entirely by undergrad-
recent alumnae, and a few old-
amen who are interested in the
This part of the association is
.ted with the Worlds Student
tian federation which is made
f student Christian movements
forty-five countries-thus mak-
he work a vast enterprise for the
n of the world.
avenues of work open to women
igh this association are almost
ess. Michigan women seem to
le to take an active part in the

becoming leaders of groups of young-I
er girls. Mrs. Louis Bredvold opened
the series of lectures, Thursday, by
a talk on recreation and group sing-
ing. The remaining five meetings will
be conducted by Mrs. Knox Mitchell
thus bringing the work up to Christ-
mas vacation after which a different
I phase of the work,. that of dealing
with the high school girl, will be
planned. The committee in charge of
this work is as follows; Louise Pen-
nington, '25, Harriette Abbott, '27,
Marion Branch, '26, Doris Gilnes, '26,
Sara Kingsley, '25, and Marion Walker
'25.
A International banquet to be giv-
en on November 26 is to be one of the
main features of the World Fellowship
committee of which Beryl Schaffer,
'25, is the chairman. It is aimed
through this department to establish
friendly relations between foreign
students and American women. Mem-
bers of the fellowship committees ofI
the Y. W. C. A. and the S. C. A., the
Cosmopolitan club, and all foreign
students are invited to this banquet.
Besides this there is given every
year an internatioal house party to
further the friendly feeling with the
foreign students.,
Entering women have been grouped
into ten separate sections over which
20 Y. W. C. A. members have been put!
in charge to assist them in establish-
ing themselves at Michigan and to
make new friends when they first'
come here. This phase of the work
is called the leadership commission
which is headed by Adelyn Peterson,

given. The team captains are as fol-
lows; Ingrid Alving, '26, Gladys
Schroeder, '27, Alice Hicks, '27, Evelyn
Murray, '27, Arlene Ewing, '27, Irene
Field, '27, Elizabeth McManus, '26,
Margaret Schaupner, '25, Francis
Maas, '25, Genieve Spears, '26, and
Alphra Ladd, '25. The chairmen of
this committee are Mae Kellar, '27,
and Merle Parks, '25.
Financial support of the association
is secured in a different way at the
present-time from the one which pre-
vailed a few years ago. At that timde

support was secured by a special
assessment in tuition, making every '-i a $ s e !E!IIIII E!uI!I EEz
women entered in the university a ---Iu
member of the Y. W. C. A. It was
found that, in this way, many women
were members who were not interest- i ulW W -
ed in the association and who did not:11
understand the project, thus weak- MIT
ening the organization. A conscious, 911
interested, membership is sought bymI
the methods used in the campaign at'
the present time. Every entering: Scranton, D. & H. and Pittston
woman is called upon by a member
I of the Y. W. C. A. who explains the
purpose of the organization and then :
invites the women to membership if 1 01"
she is in sympathy with the purpose.01
In this way the number of new mem- Ske . . . 9.95
berships is reduced one-half, as 150
women joined last year compared with I
more than 300 in previous years. The 1GenuineN
full membership at. present is 500. Ia.
During the four days of the cam- Egg and Lump . . . 9.25
paign speeches will be made at all11
dormitories and organizations of .u
University women. These talks will Wesppand l
explain the purpose of the campaign W s Virginia and Kentucky Coal
and show how the money is to be u
used. The budget will include sal- II
aries, the upkeep of the office, and Phones 81-F1 and 2207-Office Cornwell Block mum
other rooms of Newberry hall, which 111
are available for use by all women on
the campus. It will also include the,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
upkeep of religious education, social
service conferences, club leadership,
Read the Want AdsCl C- oe
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Americanization, social activities, Harvey, '25, Martha Cook Building
leadership commission, and inter and Kappa Phi; Merle Parks, '25,
church council. Friendly relations Portia literary society; Esther Ma-
with foreign students on the campus haffey, '25, Freshman and University.
will also be fostered, as well as the Girls' Glee club; Marianna Smalley,
student share in the support of the '25, Women's athletic association
National Student department of the 1 board of directors; and Gladys Wood,
Y. W. C. A. 1'25, Mandolin club. Ellura Harvey,
The women who have been assigned '25, has been named as the general
to speak at the various houses are: chairman of the speaking campaign.
Beata Wagner, '25, Helen Newberry This is the organization which plans
residence and .Senior society; Esther to go to the campus soon with its re-
Anderson, '25, Betsy Barbour house quest for support. It is part of a
and Athena literary society; Ellura (Continued on Page Fifteen)

'27.
The Y. W. C. A. entertains about Miss Gertrude F
25 industrial women each year for a
week end broadening the work of the Indianapolis, Nov. 1.-(By Central
organization still more by its contact Press)--If the Democratic party is
with all women. Discussion of indus- I Victorious in this state, the credit will
trial questions is the main feature of belong to a woman, young, attractive
the talks given at this time, showing and vivacious Miss Gertrude F. Mc-
the part the Y. W. C. A. takes in con- Hugh.
nection with the industrial women. Political observers say that the ill-
All of these activities go to insure ness which forced Tom Taggart, the
th eincreasing development of the as- Hoosier Democratic leader, out lof
sociation which proves its "funda- the active campaign this year, might'
mental needs to the women on the have been fatal to the party in this
campus." The Y. W. C. A. is the only state, if he had not had Miss McHugh,
organization at the University which a protege, as a proxy.
serves in so many varying fields. The
social service, the aid to the foreign She is secretary of the Indiana State
women, the religious education af- I Democratic Committee, but actually
forded by theBible laec Lin b.

she runs the whole works. She makes
the old-time politicians step around,
not because she is a personable young
woman, but because . she knows the!
game and is just enough better than
any of them is to hold their confi-
dence and respect.
Miss McHugh made a reputation
among the state politicians when she
was private secretary to Governor
Ralston, now senator. She has been
with the state committee more than
five years. She had been one of the
chief backtops for Taggart. So when
he fell ill this summer she was the
logical person to take charge.

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ervice department of the Miss Mary Ross and stressed in the
. A. Esther Anderson, '25, purpose of the association, and the during these days. The goal has been! E. Beal, house; Mrs. F. W. Peterson,
is division on the local cabi- practical work in the comunity, all raised this year from $1500 to $1800 nurses; Mrs. J. J. Walser, world fel-
is work falls under three prove the need of the Y. W. C. A. at thus proving that the association has
ospital, Christmas and Ameri- the University. ?h poigthtteascito a owshiip; Mrs. Clair Upthegrove, edu-
n work. Seventy-five women ersiy. 't become more independent of outside cation and meetings; Mrs. W. A.
nFok eetyfv oe erry Hayden, '25, president of the 1
lled in the regular weekly S. C. A. says, "When we stop to real- support for the whole budget of Frayer, publicity; Mrs. A. S. Whitney,
work which is both practical ize what sort of a campus Michigan $4500. . leaders' commission; Mrs. Louis Bred-
ing the basic principalsof would have without the wholesome It is through the support and en- 'vold, social; Mrs. Harry Bacher, mu
rvice work and interesting in influence of the churches and Christ- I thusiastic work of the advisory com- sic, and Mrs. S. W. Ladd, club leaders.
the patient amused. It also ian associations we can appreciate mittee that this programme is made The financial campaign is to be con-
pportunities for basket weav-the value of the Y. W. C. A. There possible because through them the: ducted by :12 teams. Each team cap-
reading aloud to the sick is no disputing the fact that the balance of the budget is solicited. tamo has charge of ten women who
Y. W. C. A. on this campus deserves This group of women also give the will be alloted a district in the town
undred women are engaged in the support of the women at Michigan association a permanent group upon , to solicit. The finance drive has no
ecial Christmas work. The as much. as the S. C. A. deserves that which to depend since one fourth of 1 connection with the membership of
,s workshop opens November of the men." the student membership changes the association and any woman may
berry hall and all women are The organization described above every year. The advisory committee contribute if she wishes. The team
o come from 2 to'5 o'clock on is to conduct its annual financial thus gives stability to the character captains and the teams will compare
Wednesday, and Thursday drive November 4, 5, 6, and 7. The of the work of the association. The their work at luncheons .to be given
t time up to Christmas vaca- Y. W. C. A. and the S. C. A. are hold- advisory committee is made up of the on Thursday, and Friday of this week
ress dolls, make scrap books ing their finance drives simultaneous- following women; Mrs. John Sund- at Newberry hall. Wednesday there
Christmas stockings for the ly but they work entirely separate in wall, social service; Mrs. Marion 1 will be a joint luncheon for the
[dren in the community and their solicitation. The Y. IV. C. A. Leroy Burton, membership; Mrs. M. Y. W. C. A. and the S. C. A. at which
in the hospitals. I will solicit only from women students E. Cooley, Americanization; Mrs. J. a general resume of the work will be
nericanization work has been
in other communities this .......
present 5 women are doing
k at the Perry school under
rship of Miss Carrie Dicken.
amittee teaches the foreign
o read, write and spell. The
a now been extended to all
hoofs in the city creating a
20 women instead of five.
r part of the work of the
A. which is closely akin to
rtment is.the social commit-
aich Ruth Rankin, '26, is the
. The social committee plans
al parties and makes visits
its who are confined in the T 1
ervice for any length of

ub leadership committee has
six lectures to be given be-
stmas vacation. Louise Pen-
'25, general chairman of the
ershlp commission announces
e are 45 women in this de-
which is open only to upper-
men who are interested in:

H1e knew he would
malre good if he
dived. He wanted to
make good if he died,
He coveted with life
insurance.

FROCKS FOR 8 O'CLOCK
What could be more convenient to slip into for that 8
o'clock- when you wake up at fifteen minutes to and find your
Big Ben has played you false, than a chic little jersey or
flannel frock?
And the result is so pleasing, especially with those you
will find at Hutzel's. And so reasonably priced. It will
pay to purehase one if only to save your other clothes.
E d. 1C "7G £\e A

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