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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNDR ADUATEEngliSh Student Is
GRHonored By College
SHOWS __H GAIN
"Break Ground June 19 7" i Slogan
Of Women's League Drive For
Life )Jembers
IS LAST SOLICITATION
With "Break Cround, June 1927" as
its slogan, the campaign for the Wo-
men's league buflding i.i drawin¬Ęg '%
steadily toward its goal of $1,000,000. " %
This week, however, is the last time
that upperclasswomen will be solicit-
ed for life memberships in the build-
ing. The undergraduate committee I
will attempt to complete the drive for! '''
$20,000 pledged as their share of the
remaining $235,000.
Charts are being placedin alltor-
ganized houses and the competition },. ;:" ''}'yf;
is being run on a percentage basis. Al .
though the drive shows only a gradual
increase in interest and pledges, a de-
termined effort will be made by the ......
campaigning committee to secure the }
promised $20,000 before the close of
the week. The work is being conduct-(
ed under the chairmanship of Evelyn
Ogborn, '28. -
Michigan's League building has .
caught the- attention of the alumniC
the country over. Contributions and Celia I. 'Payne
assistance have come from near and An English girl, Cecelia H. Payne,
far. Accorliug to Pres. Clarence Cook was recently appointed research fel-
Little it was the hope of President low at Radcliffe College. She took
Marion L. Burton that such a building her A. B. at Cambridge University,
be erected. "How can I," President England, in 1923, and her doctor's
Burton once said, "carry out my ideas degree at Radcliffe'in 1925.
of co-education if we do not have a
center where the women can meet and
join together in work and play." The Choose Chairmen Of
$20,000 goal which the undergraduate.
committee is attempting to accomplish
is the largest sum ever fixed for a
campus drive. It is a symbol of the
faith which University women have in Chairmen of the 12 stunts which will
the League building and of their will- make up the Sophomore circus were
ingness to co-operate toward its com- chosen recently by the central com-
pletion.o
In speaking to the women in the mittee of which Elen Grinnell is the
nurses school last Thursday night, head.
Evelyn Murray, '27 president of the The appointments were as follows:
Womens' league, stressed the value of Marguerite Widman, chairman of the
life membership in the league. She tumbling act; June Marshall, chair-
pointed out particularly the benefits man of circus magic; Dorothy Lyons,
of a permanent connection with a per- chairman of the Russian dance act;
manent institution. Isabel Curtis and Margaret Currah,
chairmen of circus atmosphere; Mary
White, chairman of the circus band;
Schedule Swimming Irene Drueke, directordof the pony
M bFnDi' dance; Esther Ricker and Marie Hart-,
Meet For December wig, chairmen of a stunt the nature

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CLUBS To HOI
PREVENTION

Delegates Will Conven
Time In Washingt
From Dec., 5 t
MRS. GATT WILL
To exert all their p
war and perhaps a mea
ing it entirely, is the r
900 delegates represen
influential women's clu
who will meet Dec. 5 t
ington, D. C. The gat
is the second of its k
official title "The Seco
!on the Cause and Cure
Mrs. Carrie Chapman
ervise the organization
ing and will preside
sessions. Presidents o
ating clubs will direc
discussions. Fortyi
scheduled to. appear on
including such men as B
ker H. Blips, Norman A
and Prof. James T. Sh
umbia University. The
pplicy of the United St
ation in Mexico, and tl
the United States towa
pines will be discussedl
tives of the countries i
The causes of war,.
population, economic
psychology and the lik
oughly discussed at the
ference last year. Con.
year the emphasis will 1
tional security without
of war.
"We shall neither dis
rors of war, nor argu
not it is possible to ab
Mrs. Catt. "The coni
with the conviction that
of barbarism which shot
abolished years ago. P
ceed unemotionally to a
arly treatment of the sub

0 SCHOLARSHIPS ENABLE FOREIGN AND
NATIVE STUDENTS TO CONTINUE WORK
E[ WAITI N13iWithin the last ten years increas- speak English, specialization in some
ing inducements have been offered to field and desire to return to be of
women to come to the University of service in her native land.
o For Second Michigan to study and continue the The Henry Strong Foundation is
n. D. C., pirsuit of a higher. education here. reserved for seniors, but is open to
Particularly has this opportunity been both men and women and is awarded
given to foreign women, as scholar- to those showing most marked abil-
ships have been given an increased ity. The number of scholarships var-
PRESIDE 'impetus since 1917. Most notable of ies yearly, according to the amount
1 these are the Riggs Foundation and allotted by the trustees of the estate.
owers against the Levi L. Barbour scholarships. Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-
The former was perpetrated by Miss tional sorority, offers $1000 each year
ns of prevent- Frances Riggs of Detroit. It is given for research in education. However,
purpose of the only to English students who have re- this it not limited to the University
ting the niost ceived their degree from an English of Michigan but is open to all univer-
bs in America university. The scholarships are bas- sity; graduates. Still another schol-
o 10 in Wash- ed on a purely competitive basis, and arship awarded in the literary college
hering, which to obtain one the student in ques- is that established in memory of
ind, bears the tion has to be recommended by the Fanny Ransom Marsh. Only one of
nd Conference English Speaking Union and accept- these scholarships is warded annual-
of War." ed by the University. Those holding j ly.
Catt will sup- the scholarships this year are Hilda
of the meet- Garbin, grad, of Beaconsfield, Eng- ELECTIVE CLASSES OF
at all general land; Enid Glen, grad, of St. Helens,
f the co-oper- England; Caroline Robins, grad, Hol- DANCING START TODAY
t round table lycroft, England; and James Ruther-
speakers, are ford, grad, North Blyth, England.
the program, The Levi L. Barbour scholarships Great interest is beIng shown in
rig. Gen. Tas- founded in 1925 are for Oriental wom- the elective dancing class which was
kngell, author, en students. These scholarships are organized recently. It has been nec-
otwell of Col- awarded yearly and amount to $800 1 essary to limit the membership to
foreign debt apiece. Tle basis for awarding is those who are able to clog. Women
ates, the situ- scholarship attainment, ability to I who are ineligible by this decision

he attitude of
rd the Philip-
by representa-
nvolved.
such as over-
rivalry, mass
e, were thor-
former con-
sequently this
be laid on na-
the expedient
cuss the hor-
e whether or
olish it," said
ference opens
war is a relic
uld have been
Ne shall pro-
i sane, schol-
)ject in hand."

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The November

football game and Elaine Gruber,
chairman of the pantomine act.
Tryouts for various stunts and acts
of the circus are being held this week
after which regular practices will be
held.
Japanese girls announce their en-
gagement by doing their hair in the
old Japanese style.
Now comes the announcement that
low heels tend to make ankles large.
Marshal Chang Tso-lin, of Manchur-
ia, has placed a ban on bobbed heair.
Of the 493 members of the German
Reichstag 33 are women.
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Sale of Silks
Begins This Morning
$1.49 and $1.98
Silks for Every Fashionable Dress Need.
GToodyear's

Plans are ranidly being formulated
for the first intramural swimming
meet of this year, which will be held
the early part of December. This
swimming meet is to have a different
aspect than any other meet ever heldI
for there are to be two classes in
which the women may enter, the class
for expert swimmers and the class for
those who cannot swim quite so pro-
ficiently.
It is hoped that in this way more
will become interested in the event.
The events for the advanced classes'
in swimming are, 25 yard crawl, 25
yard breast stroke, 25 yard racing
back stroke, and 100 yard relay, in
which there must be four members
for each team. The diving events are,
swan dive, ani two optional dives.
The events for the second class of
swimmers are, 25 yard elemcntary
back stroke and 25 yard side stroke. I

of which has not yet been decided;
Roberta Dunlop, director of the girl's
All swimmers may enter only two
swimming events but may enter all
the diving events. All intramural
Imanagers must have their entry blanks
in the physical education office by
Nov. 24 or their houses cannot en-
ter the meet.

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