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1? r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 36, 1926

THE MTCHTG.AN DAILY .

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Scholarships Aid
Oriental Women To
Continue Studies'

Eight oriental women chosen by the
Levi L. Barbour scholarship commit-
tee from a large number of applicants,
-wil pursue their studies in their
chosen fields of work on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus this year.
According, to President Clarence
Cook Little, Mr. Barbour's contact
with the Orient convinced him of the
good which could be effected for east-
ern womanhood by occidental educa-
tion applied to chosen representatives,
by them translated into terms of serv-
ice' and taken back to their own places
of residence. Returning from a trip
a to the Orient he soon made provisions
for these scholarships and the income
from the fund is n increasing one
which can (rake care of a larger num-
ber of women as time goes on. The
group this year includes three Japan-
ese women, three Chinese, one Indian,
and one Filipino.
Misses Lucy and Catherine Otsuko
graduated from the Koran Girls' hig
school, Tokio, St. Hilda's mission
school, and St. Luke's International
Hospital school of nursing. From
Tsuda English college, Tokio, and
with her A.A.* degree from 'Goucher
Acollege come Mitsu Motoda, daughter
,.f the Bishop of the Diocese of Tokio
f the Episcopalian church, who in-
ends to specialize in philosophy.
Miss Elizabeth Arlick, Delphi, has
sient two years studying science at
Isabella Thoburn, college in Lucknow,
preparatory to the study of medicine.
,The Philippine representative is Miss
-Dose Javier, who possessing her M.A.
from the University of the Philippines,
tohere to work for her Ph.D. In Eng-
"ih.
Miss Wei-djen Dan, Shanghai, is
ecializing in history and political
Hence.,,and Miss.;Fuh-Ru Bel, a grad-
uate of Ginling college is studying ed-
° cational problems. Miss Phoeber
Wang, after graduating from the Keen r
school, the Methodist Mission school
of Tientsin, and Nankai university, is
also bent on the study of education
from the American point of view.
Columbus AlumniI
Donate To League
Through the efforts of Elizabeth
Wellman, '29, the alumni organization
of Columbus, Ohio, has made a pledge
of $100 to the Women's league build-
ing fund. This is the first signed
pledge from a men's organization.
Other groups have promised help but
none other has made a definite pledge.
1;Individual gymnastic classes will
L weet at 10, 11, 2, and 3 o'clock to-
°-.tiorrow at Barbour gymnasium.
All women interested in the fall
ttennis tournament are requested to
),sign on the bulletin board in Barbour
#gymnasium. All entries must be in
by today.
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T SQUARE WILL
MAKE ITS PLANS
T Square, honorary architectural
society for women, will decide its
plans for the coming year at a meet-
ing to be held within the next week.
The members under the leadership of
Rachel Stelhorn, '28E, expect to make
their society more active on campus
in 'an artistic way and to keep in
touch with other organizations,
throughout the country, thus helping
to make T Square better known na-
tionally.
Hockey At Palmer
Field Start Soon;
Hockey for 1926 will start Septem-
ber 30 when practices will begin on
Palmer field. Definite plans are as
yet unknown but will be announced
later in the Daily. There will be the
usual inter-class and inter-house
games during the season which will
terminate with a Hockey banquet. It
is hoped that enough women will come
out for hockey to make a first and
second team possible for each class.
All sororities, dormitories and or-
ganized league houses are eligible for
l participation in intramural tourna-
ment. Two or more houses may join
to form one team if necessary for in-
tramural play.1
Announcement is made of the mar-
riage of Margaret Buffington, of the '
office of the dean of women, and E.:
Leighton Knatt, '26, on Aug. 7th. Miss
Buffington is a member of Alpha Xi
Delta, and Knatt is a member of Al-
pha Chi Sigma.
Through the efforts of Elizabeth
Wellman, '29, the alumni organization
of Columbus, Ohio, has made a pledge,
of $100 to the Women's league build- I
ing fund. This is the first signed
pledge from a anen's organization.
Other .groups have promised help but
none other has made a definite pledge.
Miss Grace Norton of Cambridge,
Mass., author of "Studies in Mon-
tagine," ."Early Writings of Mon-
tagine" and other papers, died recent-
ly aged 92.

OFFER HONOR 6YMNASIUM
TO SOPHOMORE WOMENI
Special honor has been accorded 45
sophomore women who l,-& semester
showed unusual interest and ability!
in their physical education work. A
class has been made up for these,
chosen few and this semester they
will be given advanced work in hock-
ey, tennis, golf, and archery. This
group is composed entirely of non-
professional women and the majority
of them are enrolled in the literary
college.
The lower hockey field has been re-
served liar those desiring to improveI
themselves in golf and the lower ten- I
nis courts for the tennis class. The
upper hockey field will be used by the
hockey students land the archery
range for the students enrolled in that
class.
All four activities are on a compet-
itive basis and for that reason it
makes no difference which sport is
chosen by the student. They all,
count equally towards the final score
of her teams
This class will meet every Tuesday
and Thursday at 11 o'clock.
ADVISORS PLAN DANCE
Entering junior and senior women
will be entertained at an informal
dance from 8 to 11 o'clock Saturday I
night at Barbour gymnasium. The
affair is being planned by members' of
the senior advisory committee to pro-
mote friendship between the new stu-
dents and the old. Members of the
committee of advisors to women will
be guests at the dance.
Girls
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LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES WILL
ASSIST HOUSES IN ORGANIZATION
Just as the strength of any large sents them at the meetings of the di-
unit depends upon the strength of rectors of the League. The girl se-
each of its parts so does the power of lected to this position is, as a rule,!
t an upperclasswoman, because her pre-
the Women's league depend upon theIvious years on campus afford her the
strength and cooperation of its mnany experience necessary to handle effi-
minor factions, the chief of which are ciently the various situations that!
the league houses. It is to this end arise.
thaLthe League has formulated a plan In houses that contain an unusually
of organization which has worked sue- large number of girls, a second officer
is often elected to assist the presi- k
cessfully for several years past andI dent but this is not required by the
which will be in effect again this year i League. The president confers with
under the direction of Margaret Nich- her group on all questions that are
ols, '27, chairman of the bouse organ -put before the women students, and
ztt Women's ports their decision to the board of
ization committee of' the Woens irectors. She may also refer diffi-
league. culties arising in the house to the1
Under this plan each league house board, provided that these can not
containing five or more students is re- i posf ibly be settled among the girls
quired to elect a president, who repre- J themselves.

The next step is the organization of
larger groups consisting of five or
six league houses in one district and
designated as "zones." These groups NO TICES
are formed primarily for the further-
ance of intramural athletics, as well
as the League functions, such as the .-
fancy dress ball. Many of the houses ''he following Y. W. C.A.commi
in each zone held social affairs last T
year in order that the girls might be- tees will meet at 4 o'clock today at
come better acquainted. A member Newberry hall: the membership coo-
of the house organization committee,
will visit each league house soon to mittee, coffee room committee, and tire
assist tlem in organizing. office committee.
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