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.ATU7RDAY, MAY , 1926

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EXCHANGE IFormer Michigan [ [ Of VOTERS TO Nine New Recipients Of Barbour
CONCERTK Stdent Receives____
HELD H0.S Guggni "w'"' M Scholarships To Arrive In Fall
11tthe 25 women from other coun- Lucy, of Tokyo, Japan, are graduate
Marjorie H. Nicholson, '14, has bn Michigan League of Women Voters tries attending the University on Bar2 nurses from St. Luke's International
Alternaing Numbers Given By Glee awarded a Guggenheim fellowship in will give a luncheon sometime in the bour scholarships three are taking hospital in Tokyo and are coming
Gaibs Of Ohio State And literature and philosophy, one of the middle of May for the purpose of al- here for advanced work in nursing at
Michigan five awarded to women in the entire lowing the present members to be- 1 r taking g ate wrkyan the University hospital
:.fcome more acquainted with each! lege, 2aetkn raut ok n Others who will ome for advanced b
country. Miss Nicholson was also other amdrto intes ew women the other is in the School af Educa- t wokae We- e gradu-
REMAIN UNTIL SUNDAY ,awarded the Women's John Addison othe organization. This is the secon tion. Eight of them will graduate in work are: Wei-djen-Djang, a gradu- p
I Porter prize at Yale university. She affair of this type, and it is felt by June to return to their own countries ate from Shanghai college, who plans d
Alternating selections by the Ohio was a graduate student at Michigan, the officers of the league that the pre- and teach in colleges for women. to study history and political science, a
State university Girls' Glee club and Yale, University of Minnesota, and vious one was successful enough to In September the nine new recip- Shih-hui Lui, of Tiensin, China, who
the Michigan Girls' Glee club held Johns Hopkins university; at one time warrant the promotion of another, ients of Barbour scholarships which will study biology, and Phoebe Wang, c
last night in Hill auditorium marked associate professor of Smith college, larger than the first. An attempt is were awarded by the committee in also of Tiensin, who will take work in d
the first intercollegiate musical con- and i at present a professor of Gouch- being made to obtain Mrs. Hollister, February will arrive in Ann Arbor. the School of Education.r
tact entered into by Michigan women. er college. one of the officers of th'e league as Elizabeth Arlick, of Luknow, India, The Barbour scholarships are
The Ohio club opened the program While a student at the University one of the speakers for the affair. will take up medicine, and Fuh-ru-Bei, awarded yearly by a committee con-
with three groups of selections, the ; of Michigan Miss Nicolson was promi- The nominating committee will have of Kwangtung, China, of Gingling col- sisting of President emeritus H. B.
first by the entire ensemble, the sec- nent in campus activities. She was its report ready for the next meeting lege who has been teaching for sev- Hutchins, President Clarence Cook
pnd by the quartet, and the third by the author of the Junior Girls' play, of the organization, which will be held eral years, will take advanced work in Little, Dean John R. Effinger, of the
ihe glee club again. Mr. Carl Hoenig, a member of Wyvern, Mortar Board, at 4:15 o'clock next Thursday, in the education. Rosa Javier, of Manila, P. literary college, Dean Jean Hamilton,
directed and Miss Clara Crooks was manager of the Senior play, and mem- Athena room, on the fourth floor of I., from the University of the Philip- Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medical
the accompanist. her of Phi Beta Kappa. She is a mem- Angell hall. pines plans to take advanced work in school, and Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of
In response, the Michigan club pre- ber of Chi Omega sorority. English literature. Mitsu Motala, the Graduate school.
sented three groups of selections, be- The receiver of the prize is a writ-TT A1 A r Wo en who will graduate from Goucher col-
ginning with "Sotto ii ciel," "Ashes er of a number of books and articles l nn Arbor Women ; lege in June, will take graduate work
of Roses," and "Take Joy Home," on literature and philosophy, includ- Act As Hostesses also.
sung by Odina Olson, S. of M., so- ing: "Shelly-Keats", "The Art of De- Catherine Otsuda and her sister gWaymcIS A
prano, who was accompanied by Don- scription", "The Spirit World of Mil- At May Day Fete C1001
na Esselstyn, '27. These selections ton and More", and "Tennyson". ORTHOPEDISTI
were followed by "Mazurka," by Jean- I The Guggenheim Memorial founda- 707 N. University Ave, Phoa 121
nette Emmons, '26, whose accompan- tion was started by Mr. and Mrs. Si- Preparations are being completed07.eARTiye-rA K
1st was Catherine Buhrer, who also mon Guggenheim in memory of a son for the May fete tomorrow at the Un- MA THf ikl"""X
accompanies for the glee club as a who died' in 1922. The aim of the ion. More than 50 women of Ann Ar-
whole. The third presentation was a $3,000,000 fund is to provide assistance rioWus ooths whc wl ln the bASHaINGTON
group of numbers by the glee club, for young American scholars and ar-
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of the School tists, engaged in research of creative room. As has beenannounced before CANDIE
of Music, is director of the Michigan work. the May party will take the forn of a
organization; Loretta F. Cooper, '26, musical tea with Joseph Sainton and
president; and Mary Kent-Miller, '27, SEthel Lewis as guest artists. i
general manager. StudentS e k Mrs. Hannah T. Vosper who is giv- Fia
A Dutch song and dance given by * 7 / ing the party wishes to emphasize the Fresh Every Friday
Rosiland Morrisson, of Ohio State yToFlint 1. I..CA fact that tickets will be on sale at
opened their second part of the pro the door and also that the program
gram, and was followed by a soprano As guest of honor at the inaugura- will begin promptly at 3 o'clock. Both !
solo by Helen E. Barnett, president tion of the now $400,000 Y. W. C. A. men and women are invited and a
>f the organization. Concluding their building in Flint, Michigan, Marie Lan- special booth has been prepared for
part of the program, the entire Ohio zar, grad., spoke before a banquet of undergraduates. E
lub presented "The Lady of Shalott" 210 Y. W. members Wednesday night
nd "Carmen Ohio." on the Philippine Islands. In accord- A court case brought to light the 709 North University
As a grand finale the "Yellow and ance with a yearly custom of the Flint fact that there are 1,100 registered
3lue" was sung, organization to ask a student of the women money lenders in England.
The members of the Ohio organiza- University who is from some other ~Lngere L
ion arrived at 3:30 o'clock yesterday country to meet with them, Miss Lan- Piles andpi
nd will remain in Ann Arbor as zar was chosen. . bureau drawer a
guests of the various sororities and Se s n 1r the girl gra
lormitories until Sunday, when they e S ason S orem o S tyles georgette mater
will continue their trip to Toledo Isets. Individual
vhere they will give a concert Sun- SCIENTIFICALLY your'desires, and
lay night. SELECTED AND In th ew LameHa Silk Lingerie s
The proceeds obtained from the con- P because of the g
:ert last night will be used to finance PREPARED FOODS
i similar trip by the Michigan Girls' Hoursj
MIee club to Columbus on May 15. 11:00-1:30 5:00-8:00
Although she is only 25 years of age, Special Sunday Evening Lunch
Miss Gene Gildman of Chicago is said
o have 'cleaned up a million dollars Guff 4t
n real estate. She employes 600 peo-
le. She began work in a department Corner Liberty and Maynard
tore eight years ago.

NOTICES
Barbour gymnasium
No team may play in the intramural
baseball tournament until entry
lanks have been turned in to the
physical education offices. The sche-
dule for Wednesday's games will bel
announced later.
First round tennis matches in the
class tournament must be played cff to-'
lay, the weather permitting. Second
round to be played off by Wednesday.
Members of the outdoor club will

meet at 12 'o'clock this noon for a
steak roast. If there is rain, the roast
will be held in Palmer field house.
Miscellaneous
Board of representatives will meet
at 9 o'clock today in room 110 of the
Library.
Board of directors of the women's
league will meet at 4 o'clock Monday
in room 110 of the Library. Both old
and new members are to be present.
Music scores of "Becky Behave" will
he sold for $1, next week only at the
State street bookstores and Univer-
sity Music house. Sheet music, for-
merly priced at 50 cents will be on
sale for 25 cents.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Don't Forget Mother
Leave your order today for a Mother's Day Box of Fine
Candies while our stock is complete.

Betsy Ross Shop
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A no extravagance when purchased during this Sale,
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