WMNESiAY. tOCtTOBER 13, 1926
THE MICHIAN DAILY
ut i n A6n ua A . rna J . ..an a . . . . 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 a s a
S.,-Dr. Orma utler Who Has Spent Two
s Ytars i Rome is Honored
OCIETY'S SCOPE WIDENs
Honoring Dr. Orma Butler, the
Wonmin's Research club of the Uni-
versity of Michigan has begun its fall
activities by giving a luncheon yes-
terday at the Haunted Tavern. Dr.
Butler, who is an instructor in Latin*
at the Uniyersity and Curator of the
archaelogical collection, has just re-
turned to Ann Arbor after having
spent two years. in Rome. About 20
members of the club attended the
Assisted by its president, Dr. Jeanne
Solis, the club will begin its regular
yearly activity with a membership of
25. This number has considerably
increased singe October 1902, when
the club was organized in resonnse to
a growing demand for such an or-
ganization. But although the club
started wi h the original object of the
associati ofwomen 'carrying on reg-
ular research in the field of science,
its scope has been broadened, for in
the spring of the first year it was
decided to open membership to re-
search students outside the scientific
Another line of activity conducted
y the organization is a Loan Fund,
which was inaugurated in 1921. It is
'pen to any woman student registered
in the University of Michigan and' en-
gaged in research in any department
of the'UitiVersity, and is loaned with-
out interest for a period of three years.
The interesting point of connection
with the fund is that it is contributed
by women to help women.
Three classes of membership are
composed in the club, active, honorary
and associate. Active membership is
S Flimited to women in the University
who are engaged in active research.
onorary membership is composed of
itormer active members who leave the
lub" or discontilnue research tempor-
-,,rily,,nd women who are distinguish-
d in research but who are not con-
f iected with the University.hLastly,
Woenboth .ii and outside the Uni-
'. Versity anxious to associate with the
lab but. not. carrying on "active re-
Aearch are admitted'to associate mem-
bership upon recommendation.
LONDON AT TEA TODAY
i An afternoon tea will be given in
honor of His Lordship, the Rt. Rev.
Arthur Foley Winnington-!Ingram,
ishop-of London, at 4:30 o'clock this
T fternoon, in the Union assembly hall.
A very informal discussion will be
held, to which both men and women
are invited. Tea will 'be served by
members of the Women's league.
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PHILIPPINE EXPLAINS DIFFERENCE IN
COUNTRYWOMEN AND AMERICAN GIRL
A. jazzy, restless, flighty piece of Philippines is weaker, more easily led
hard-finished humanity-that is the than the American girl.
popular reputation by which the "Another thing I have noticed is
American girl is known in her own that girls here, and the boys too, work
country. What do other people think for the fun of working. In the islands
of her? Miss Rosa F. Javier, who girls who come from a good home and
has come from Manila to our Univer- who are well-to-do, even moderately
sity and is doing graduate work in so, do not think of working, or study-
English, expressed her impressions ing for a career. They become social
of the American girl in a recent inter- figures. Also, the girls here partici-
view., pate in the best social circles no mat-
"Before I came to America," said ter what the position of their families
Miss Javier, "I was acquainted only may be."
with American women, teachers most-
ly. I had no contact with the Amen- n g r r
can girl of twenty years or "fnder, and S
I shared the view of my countrymen
concerning her, thinkijng that she was Chosen For Hockey
aggressive, bold, easily fooled in mat-
ters of love, believing that her mother Class managers were chosen at the
was too lenient with her. Orientals, last meeting of the class hockey teams
particularly Catholic Orientals, with and from now on they will have
their conservative ideas, do not ap- charge of directing the play while the
prove of the American girl, teams are practicing. Margaret Ohl-
"But the first thing which I wrote son, '30, was chosen freshman man-
to my friends was that now I had a ager, Velma Johnson, '29, sophomore
true conception of what the American 'manager, Martha Robinson, '28, junior
girl really is. In my first meetings manager, and Lucile Walsh, '27, sen-
with her I haveabeen impressed by for manager.
her ready smile and welcome; maybe
she does or does not like you, yet she ATHLETIC TOURNAMENT
is always very pleasant, very free in
offering hercompanionship. Philippine BEGINS NEXT MONDAY
girls lack this friendly spontaneity;
they are inclined to be haughty, se- Intramural hockey for tournament
lective without any reason for being 'play will begin Monday, October 18.
SO. Due to some misunderstandinLi it was
Socialdancingwith goorl music
form the prog rang for today's w
C. A. noon hour program.,
All women who playh b plmano or'
some other musical insi rmne. aid
would care to do so occasionally a re
requested to sign up at tle Y W. C. A.
headquarters in Newbe-ry all.
The Y. W. C. A. cabiinet w~ll iect at;
4 o'clock today in Newborry hl. li
j 01, hrCJs 'will meet at 8 o'clock to-
n ighit.at larbour gymnasium..
Oppor unities are offered to all Uni-
Sv'-rlty women anxious to enter
campus work by making posters for
She Woien's Athletic association.
Ph ; is iS one type of work for which
first semester freshmen are eligible
',d it leads to more advanced campus
\ orl l:oth in the W. A. A. and other
organizations. All women interested
(a!l Audrey Wright, '28, at 6816.
Correetion is made of the announce-
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well? Then dial 3839 and receive prompt service at-
Bertine Beauty Shoppe
Correction is made of tho pledg . mntt which appeared in TeMcia
statement in yesteray'a 1)aily. Eetsy'4 I ily crediting Miss Alice Lloyd with
Arnold, '30, has been 1led'oe'd to Al- the work of the employment depart-
pha Phi instead of Gamma 'hi Beta. ni't at the oflice of the advisors to
There will be aineting of the U ni- Women. This work is being carried
versity Girls' Glee club at -4: 30 o'clocl,"n by Miss Beatrice Johnson, and it
Friday in Studio 305, School of Music. 1tough her that the department
Will all former members of the t mi- ,sil ceeded so excellently.
versity Girls' Glee club desiring to
sing, call Mary Kent-Miller at. 5095. eSelen hundred and seventy-eight
IDefinite notices regarding the try- women shoplifters have been caught
outs for Freshman Girls' Glee club in the last live years by Miss Gertrude
will be annonneed the latt er part. of IHunter, a.detective employed in one
this week. This year the organizaI on of London's largest department stores.
will be under the direction of :Enico "I detect shop thieves by instinct,"
Northrup. .iss hunter said.
1111 South University
"Over Students' Supply Store"
These Smart Caps Top the
Fashion in Sport-Going
"In discussing the American girl's
active part in social life, Miss Javier
said, "The American girl is very na-
tural, yet she possesses control and
knows how to withhold herself. She
can have boys for friends and not be
crazy about them; she can go out
purely and simply for fun. This is not
the case in the islands. There a girl
is not accustomed to the free life
which the American girl leads. She
cannot go out; for her the world is too
cruel. She does not have worldly ex-
perience; she does not know how to
conduct herself. The girl of the
thought that the tournament began
this week but only practice games are
scheduled for this week. The schedule
for the hockey tournament will hold
for both this week's practice games
and next week's tournament games.
The result of the Alpha Chi Omega
vs Kappa Kappa Gamma game played
Monday was a tie, 2-2. At the end of
the half, Alpha Chi Omega led 2-1,
but Kappa Kappa Gamma came
through in the second half with the
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