'TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1927
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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I~U CUDL I8 i DLAYACTIN I GRATIN OFvinced him of the good which could
3 LE I L.BARB UR CHOL RSHIS ccidental education applied to chosen'
E representatives, by themr translated
ITEAMS B [S VME WB BK ction on the granting of the LeviI President Emeritus, the Peieto notrso evcadtknbc
L.Barbour scholarships for oriental, the University, the Dean of the College to their own places of residence. !
IRIGCA.-Before leaving Leningrad for,
home, A. X. Cook, 'secretary of the Brit-
ish Miners' Federation, left this writ-
ten vow on the tomb of Lenin: "To
Lenin's teaching, to the tremendousl
Iwork begun by him, I shall devote all
Imy strength as his loving disciple.
'Hail the Soviets! Hail the revolution."
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______ Iwomzen at the University will be de- of Literature, Science, and the Arts,
One hundred ninety-two teams, rep- layed because of a cablegram received the Dean of Women, and the Dean of
resenting 'the schcols enrolled in the from the Barbour Scholarship com- the Medical school. The character olf
MNichigan High School D~ebating lea- mittee at Pekin, China, it was an-( the candidate, her physical condition,
gue, will resume hostilities after the nouniced yesterday at the office of! her scholastic attainment, her fitnessj
holiday season on Jan. 141, accordingDecan John R. Effinger, of the literary! for University work, including the
to announcement of Prof. G. E. Dens- college. ability to use the English languageI
ainore, manager of the league. The The cablegram asked the MichiganI for study and classroom purposes,
.next group of dlebates will constitute commiiittee to delay action in order ! marked ability in some special field,
the third round of the preliminary that 1,9 applications -which are being i and her desire to return to her native
series, forwarded from Pekin will be given land for service after suitable prepara-
The date for the fourth and final conlsieration. tion shall have been made, are 'thel
round was. announced as Feb. 11, by, Twenty-five scholarships are grant-' chief factors considered by the comn-
Frofessor Densmore.) ed each year, and of this number from; mittee in making appointments.
"Resolved, That the United States 8 to 10 are granted to new students. The late Levi L. Barbour, formerI
government should own the Coal These scholarships yield $800 per an- regent of the University, is the donor
M~ines," the the question that is being num and University fees. They are of the funds which provide for these
studied and contested by the debat- awarded annually upon a basis ofj scholarships for oriental women. Mr.
,ers. Teams are given opportunities to merit by a committee consisting of the' Barbour's contact with the Orient con-
uphold both sides of the proposit ion(
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jes. Over 3000 high school pu-
pils have made an intensive study of?-_
the question in preparation for the
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