SATURDAY,,OCTOBER 23, 1926 -
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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CHOOSE six SQUADS
FOR CLASS HOCKEY
Announce Senior, Junior, and Sopho-
more Groups; To Select Fresh-,
men After Practice
Following the interclass hockey
practice of Thursday, Oct. 21, two
squads were chosen for each class
from which the first and second teams
will be chosen the early part of next
week. The freshman squad will not
be announced until Monday or Tues-
day as it will be necessary for anoth-
er practice for the first year group
before any definite decisions can be
made. Interclass games will begin
Tuesday, Oct. 26, and will start prompt-
ly at 4:15 o'clock. This will necessi-
tate the teams being on the field as
early as possible.
Captains of each team will be chos-
en next Tuesday before the games.
All juniors and seniors must have
their heart and lung examination be-
fore the first game. Games will be an-
nounced in The Daily, at Barbour gym-
nasium and at Palmer field house.
The following are the squads for the
upperclasses, sophomores: First squad
-Rose Strasser, Cynthia Hawkins,
Anna Zauer, Velma Johnson, . Ellen
Grinnell, Vida McClure, Frances Mil-
ler, Louise Cooley, Marie Hartwig,
Natalie Vincenti, Florence Holmes,
Dorothy Lyons, Elizabeth Smithers,
Dorothy Soehrens, Janet Jones. Sec-
ond squad-Isabel Curtiss, Vera John-
ston, Marie Tuke, Eleanor Corgell,
Pauline Zoller, Elizabeth Parker, Hel-
en Krave, Josephine Smith, Shirley
Mansfield, Jeanette Saurborn, Esther'
Middlewood, Lois Woodruff, Miss Choy.
Juniors: first squad-Nellie Hoover,
Elizabeth Nutt, Gertrude Welch, Eu-
nice Childs, Nell Hagedorn, Laurie
Barry, Dorothy Baird, Helen Beau-
mont, Evelyn Ogborn, Florence Pow-
ers, Marie Brummeler, Martha Robii)-
son, Mary McDonald, Gladys Appelt,
Ellen Groff. Second squad-Jane Fol-
son, Sarah Bonine, Margaret Hawkins,
Ethel Crowe, Rhoda Tuthill, Josephine
Buenting, Aileen Unsworth, Lois
Parks, Marva Hough, Mildred Hardy,
Julia Mather, Eleanor Treadwell, Au-
drey Wright, M. Wright, Marian Van
Tuyl, Julia Kerwin, Marian Knight,,
Seniors, first squad-Euteria Doster,
Margaret McNally, Helen Searight,
Gertrude Gulick, Jessica Nixon, Flor-
ence Foster, Aileen Miller, Irene Field,
Harriet Donaldson, Lucille Walsh,
Eleanor Verdeen, Frances Dunnewind,
Alice Felske, Lydia Kahn, Mary Alls-
house, Stella Sturas, Derre Moore.
Second squad-Queenie Berkowitz,
Violet Megaro, Alice Vliet, Helen Ed-
wards, Leone Sherman, Fredrika Mar-
ston, Elliot Bell, Bernice Wagner,
Elizabeth Murphey, Marjorie Docter,
Isabel Ballentine, and Mary Walter.
Chinese rugs purchased from Mrs.
H. B. Merrick by out of town people
who mention the Women's league will
have a ten percent discount taken
from their sale price for the league.
The terms were misstated in a past
issue of The Daily. Instead of the
ten percent going to anyone who asks
for it, Mrs. Merrick is including in
that catagory only out of town peo-
Intramural hockey games this morn-
ing, 9 o'clock, Helen Newberry vs.
Martha Cook; 10 o'clock, Betsy Bar-
bour vs. Alpha Xi Delta, Zone 8 vs.
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.
MRS. MC CORMICK
FOREIGN W OM EN Alfred H. Lloyd, of the graduate
school, Dean John R. Effinger, of the
AIDED BY FUND literary college, Dean Hugh Cabot, of
the medical school, and Miss Grace
Richards, advisor of women. This
Barbour Scholarships Bring Orientals committee makes its decision after
To Michigan To Prolong Study considering the credentials and letters
of candidates which have been for-
West of New York City the Univer- warded by an advisory committee in
sity of Michigan is one of the greatest charge of the Barbour scholarships in
centers of international interest, ac- China, Japan and India.
cording to Miss Grace Richards, of "The Barbour .scholarships afford
the committee of advisors to women. a great privilege to Oriental women
This is partly, if not largely, due to the but occidental women are realizing
permanent institution of the Barbour more and more how much the Barbour
scholarships for foreign women. scholars mean to us," Miss Richards
The founder of these scholarships asserted. "Outstanding students of
was Levi L. Barbour, of Detroit, a fine ability, they come with, clearly
1 graduate of the University of Michi- defined purposes. These they pursue
gan and a member of the Board of, with earnestness, and along the way
Regents. President Emeritus H. B. 4 they give freely, to those who are in-
Hutchins has explained that while terested, friendship, courtesy, and
traveling in the Orient Mr. Barbour sometimes new values. The opportun-
recognized the need of scientifically ity for acquaintance should not be
and broadly trained women, particu- neglected, but should be appreciated
larly of women trained in medicine. by us all," she concluded.
Returning, he soon made provision for In commenting on the new club
the scholarships now offered. which is an outgrowth of the World
The fund was established in 1917 Fellowship committee, Miss Richards
and since that time 64 women of Ja- said, "It is one of the finest move-
pan, China, India, Korea, the Philip- Iments which have come at Michigan
pine Islands and Hawaii have been during my time. It is a definite step
holders of the scholarships. Twenty- toward attaining the international
five are in residence this year, of mind. I congratulate the promoters
which number 12 are from China, six of such a plan and wish the organiza-
from Japan, one from Korea, two tion unlimited success."
Korean women from Hawaii, two from
India and two from the Philippine A special dinner will be served from
Islands. Eightof these are new ap- 11:30 to 1 o'clock today at the Y. W.
pointees. solrhpae ddC. A. coffee room because of the foot-
here by a committee consisting of ball game.
Peresident Emeritus H. B. Hutchins,
President Clarence Cook Little, Dean Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.
Mrs. Medilli McCormIck
Mrs. Medill McCormick, widow of
Senator McCormick of Illinois, begins
a speaking tour in Ohio on Oct. 27 in
behalf of Senator Frank B. Willis,
Republican candidate for re-election.
Mrs. McCormick's father was Mark
Hanna Republican leader of the 90's.
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