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S4GDQOGO NEEDEII Woren Offered Scholarships
To Use In Research AndS
Itudy MORTAR BOARD TO
VOIDn P IOIIE CRIE
U U U INI I LL I L [ U 1IU V FeHowships and scholarships in The purpose of the foundation is to I I11 U U1LU V L dR LLot
other colleges are now avalable to improve the quality of education and-Women who worked in the social
Z Conduct Supplementary 1)rive Nxt college women for the year 1926-1927, the practice of the arts and profes- Sale tars Monday lith tirvasing srpital last semester, ard those whoUn sy
Weeli; Reports Of (antass affording graduate study and research sions in the United States. The founr.- Houses, And (oinducting A are interestel in doing the same this
De Today inAmericanAmerican and foreign universities. ;ation prescribes no age limits and oo Inymasiu semester, are asked to come to a meet- b,
Thegraduate school of Bryn Mawr therefore ta_s in students somewhat ing at 4 o'clock Tuesday, at Newberry we
SOLICIT ALUMNAE offers 21 scholarshtips for women who older than those to whom the Rhodes U hale. Miss Dorothy Ketcham, directorI co
Fhave already done at least a year of sch'olarships are open. Unlike the P FTS GO [0 LEAGUE spthe social service departmet, williwo
Final reports of the hawse to house graduate work, and also to students Rhodes scholarships the Guggenheim speak of the opportunities for service be
canvass for life membership pledges who have not taken any courses after funds are open to women as well as Supplementing their fall sale of there, and questions about the work da
of the Women's league will be receiv- receiving the Bachelor's degree.n men and are available for study in will be answered. thi
ed today at Barbour gymnasium by Twenty-four resident fellowships ail any country of the world. n er o , Due to the recent opening of theto
Margaret Nichols, '26, chairman of the 24 graduate scholarships are open for The amount of money available for ary fraternity for women, will new hospital which has provision for bet
drive. Yesterday the chairman report- competition to graduates of any col- each fellowship will be approximately have a second sale of spring gloves. many more patients than was former-
ed that every house and dormitoiy hal lege of good standing. Eight scholar- $2,500 a year. It is the purpose of According to Margaret Effinger, '26, ly th'e case, the demand for workers Ad
been visited by a campaign solicitor. ships are available to foreign women, the foundation to maintain annually chairman of the sale, the efforts in the has been practically doubled. Theren
A number of houses have approxi- and four fellowships for study in Eu- from 40 to 50 persons abroad. fall brought in a profit of more than are two main branches of service. bu
mated the 100 per cent pledging, and rope are open to Bryn Mawr college While it is now too late to apply Women may elect teaching, mainly pr
mate thu10 petcet plheig, nd 0.c
informal reports show an enthusiastic scholarships are val- for next year's Guggenheim scholar- of high school subjects and the moreI
response to the call. led from $350 to $1,200 for subjects ships, applications may be made for The gloves are imported from a advanced, public school grades, thus de
including: social economy, physics, the year 1927-1928. glove shop, Le Gallery Lafayette, in aiding children confined for treatment ti
Wile rat pr t $400,000 remas o chemistry, community work, industrial The A. A. U. V. offers 11 types of Paris ad come in a variety of styles but who are capable of keeping up Hi
be ra ft e , tuis rom irelations, music, and specialized sci- fellowships for the year 1926-1927 in- with their school if opportunity is "N
thts scmyag reur om ences and histories. April 1, 1926 is eluding an international fellowship of to e e a m given them. Also there is occupa-w
this week's campaign will convine which aewletaplctin or$.
the Michigan alumnae of the need of thTe last date when applications for $1200, a European feflowship open to the fine quamty and attractive ap- g ton themy Ao here i occupa
these fellowships will be accepted. women having degrees Tarts,asti- rcie ti basketry, and weaving, are taughtaf
the building. If the quota of $1,000, The Sachs Research fellowship in ence, or literature, another of $1200 tpaearance of the gloves, combined wmt i seelecting this division must also ft
000 is completed 1y commnencemnent thatsia $2e0asonable1 Tricelectngatismdvisintmutnalort
of 1927 the Regents of the University fine arts at $2,000 s offered to men for graduate study or research. The thar nb ricas ade the_ attend a class in handcraft given Sat- bo
will permit work on the new build- or women to enable them to pursue Alice Freeman Palmer memorial fel- popular with regular Ann Arbor cu urday mornings by Miss Clark. Not at
ing to start then. in any part of the world advanced lowship of $1200 is open to American tle spring sale will commence n only is this helpful to the patients, 17
Istudy in the history, principles, and women holding Ph.D. degrees. The m but the workers themselves gain ex-
To complete the efforts of the drive' methods of fine arts. Applications for Gammag Phi Beta social service fellow-- te camlxs Monday morning. Allbtthwokrtemlvsgie-
to solicit every Michigan woman on mths oa rinp at Ae mato thr ship ofPh 50 proie frc grdo- members of Mortar Board will solicit perience of advantage in other fields.
the campus, a supplementary cam- i scholarship muat be made to th ship o $500 provides for a the sorority houses and (ormitories Anna Arnold, '27, chairman of the ph
paign will be held next week when committee on fine arts, Harvard n study in preparaian of social service. There will be a booth from 3 until social service committee, wishes as m
members of houses not reached this 1ersie morlieal flwhp . ot mnlude work, fellowship 5 o'clock every afternoon during the many women as possible to be pres- It
week will be interviewed. 1,h0st00itraofellowships ffr ofi$bDel ffu graduate work the Alpha reek in Barbour gymnasium. Orders ent, as the need is very great. At of
advanced study abroad are those of Xi Ielta fund of $1,000 in field of will be taken at this time and dcliv- this time, women may sign for the on
The ling f ontrton f the John Simon Guggenheim memorial metcine or mental science, and the will be made lefore Easter. hours they wish to work, in the morn-
building is being continued at the foundation offering to young men and Sarah Berlinger Research and Lee- I orar Board, in attempting his ing or afternoon to coincide with their
alumnae office. Mrs. W. D. Hender oeen pporteunderthe free t ture fellowship for research in phy- extra sale, is cooperating with th college schedules. Two hours a week,
son, newly appointed executive secre- Possible conditions to carry on ad- s, chemistry, or biology Women's league in their effort to or more, nay be spent in the wards
Lary of the Alumnae council, will have vanced study and research in any Further details concerning the re- raase enough money to start the new teaching.
tare of herAlumne rncim w si havefield of knowledge or opportunities quirenents for applicants may be se- building in the spring of 1927. All
charge of raising money fromoutsid-for the development of unusual talent cured at the office of the dean of wo the profits from tie project wi be Want a room? Read Page Seve
ers after this month. ,poisfo h rjc ilb
The new slogan which Mrs. Hender- in any of the tine arts including music len given directly to the building fund. and use the Classified columns.-Adv.
son is using for the campaign is,
Michigan league building 1927."ity o (,-
ICEPTION WILL HONOR
NOTED SOCIAL WORKERS
Honoring Miss Jane Addams, noted
cial worker, and Miss Katherine
cMahon, professor of medical social
ork at Boston School of social work,,
th of whom will lecture here next
eek, an informal reception under the
)mbined auspices of Martha Cook
omen and the Sociology club, will
given from 4:30 to 6 o'clock, Sun-
y at Martha Cook building. More,
an 250 invitations have been issued
friends of Miss Addams and mem-
rs of the faculty.
The guests will be received by Miss
dams, Miss McMahon, Geraldine
night, '26, president of Martha Cook
ilding, and Mrs. Harold Winckler,
esident of the Sociology club.
Miss Addams, who comes here urm-
r the auspices of the University Y.
. C. A. will speak Sunday night at
ll auditorium on the subject of
ewer Aspects of World Peace",
hile Miss McMahon will lecture on
redicine in Social Work" Monday
ternoon in Natural Science audi-
rium. During her stay in Ann Ar-
r, Miss Addams will be entertained
the home of Miss Alice Crocker,'
22 Cambridge Road.
A new U. S. postage stamp is to be
aced on sale today. It is for air
ail and is of 10-cent denomination.j
color is blue. The design is a map
the United States with an airplane
The board of representatives will
hold an important meeting >at 9
o'clock today in room 110 of the
Women of the literary school may
get their caps and gowns at Mack and
company any afternoon between Feb.
15 and March 1.
Y. W. C. A. cabinet meeting will be
held at 4 o'clock on Monday at New-
Societies To Hold
Tryouts for new members of Athena
and Portia literary societies will be
held at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night in
the Athena and Portia club rooms on
the fourth floor of Angell Hall, and
must be limited to three minute im-
Entering sophomores and entering
upperclass women may try out by ob-
taining special permission from the of-
fice of the dean of women.
The busiest railway station in the
world is that of the Pennsylvania Rail-
road at 33rd street, New York city. It
is estimated that 33 million passeng
ers pass through it in a year.
PAY YOUR U]SCRIPTION NOW.
CLUB HOLDS SERICE
FOR RING PRESENTATION
The Women's Physical Education
club of the University have recently
formulated a ring service to be used
in connection with their annual pre-
sentation of rings to certain members
of the senior class in the spring. Un-
dergraduates of the department are
privileged to wear the silver rings of
the department and seniors, with the
special permission of the faculty, are
permitted to wear gold rings of the
same design. The ring service is to
be formal, with the senior women
dressed in caps and gowns, and the
other members of the organization in
formal dress.. The service is to be
4 followed by a banquet.
The society was organized in the
fall of 1943 by and for the major
students of the physical education, for
the purpose of stimulating interest in
the profession and making an all-
round development of the women.
Since its organization the club has
been trying to establish' various eus-
toms in the department, one of which
is the annual Christmas party given
alternate years by the professional
students and the faculty of the physi-
cal education department. Each year
a formal tea is given for the wives
of the faculty teaching courses re-
quired for major students in the de-
partment. This year the custom of
informal initiations, followed by
spreads, held at the beginning of each
semester, has bene established. The
club also takes charge of some of
the assemblies held every Monday
morning at Barbour gymnasium for
the physical education students.
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