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SATURDAY, J3AMY 2 ), 1927



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LEAlA LPAI 'ellowships Assist FIGHTS FOR SHORT' Blind Student Is Successful At State II
ZETA TAU ALPrAMichigA FOR, WORKERS Colee;Teachers , 1Fu rmMchgn olgAssist By Reading

she is able to mrove front place to
place onl the camphJus With little dif-
This year Mhiss 'IMa Crindie is coni- .

'TIT tollowingbaktllgie
will beplay'ed til: m1orning a ;t 10
(I ','': ''e a [i Alh Ci

1. 111110 V I INNUYI 110 il-L onltimne Studies'I

Tr.1Delta IDefeats Rappaino--, ppa(:aM-
ma; Zone 14 and liapp,,ilAlpha
A' Theta Forfeit

t hclgg n will be represented abroad
th ~v by four iunliidual3 who are
twa:e 1.n ~onrnationa I fell owships. The

, :.
z, r,:
J:k .
_^ yl

j a~orie Nicholson, holder of
SCOR R EEONE9 SID D!ar-F Ieheim lfellowship, and l who 1is
:. stuina; g in England. 'Phe second is
Zd TauAlphadefea ,3 Martha.. Guernsey, '22, P.11. 1D.; at tih
Cheever house by a score of 51 to 4 ;preseNt time an instructor in pyseho0- 1
in the basketball game yliaf-~ logy, and who holds a Social Science,
ternoon ~t Barbour gymnnasiuml. IBe- Research fellowship to s idy-genetic
ter team work enablet.1I ict~or'ious pyschology in Germany. This fellow-1
quintet to keep the ball in their ship starts with the second semester
possession the greater part of thej of this year.
time, the successful placing of baskets IMliss Guernsey was active in campus
by the forwards, Erma Goodwillie, '28, activities during her four years of col-j

::\' .i~t.
.r. usin

1 tinuing her st udy of music a nal hopes
Nancy MacCrindle, formerly a stut ii> other folks," said Miss MacCrin-;in the future to enter theCnimnt
(ldent of the Lansing School for the, &Me in an i erview recently. ''I know ' Conservatory' oft usic, weesewl
B lind, together w ith 5~x o thers from ibt? 1 .-sho ld spend m ost of my t aspicti ne ' twmith: concert w o.rk o2 I1 21 i '.1 ; 1 ' it
that inst it ution, is a stdcu t Mi vi - ~eIlgsorry for people." This is heri
gan State college. It was at the en- i~cn year at the college, and al-,,t otae. t, thisrnniworkto s'' lilafo<
couragement of the superintenu lti of th;uh her major interests lay in her musical edileatiohi. She is known
the school for the blind that she en- ui she didl not study it last year. as a keeni thinker andl a st lidettof
teredl college, for he wanted(1to prove Teaichevs at the School for the Blind Ihumnm nature.
that those afflicted with blindness aidled her in carrying the regular__________
could go to a regular college and ad - course of study by reading her les-'
Gold jewelry is the most ppli
vance as readilv as their more for- sons to leer. F{rom necessity Misstyeoora ntowbigudiy
tunate brothers. Aliss iJlaccrindie ac- MacCrindle has acquired a keen sense tp fonmn o en <"lb
ILondon milliners as -hat ornaments-.
Cording to the superintendent hias of memorizing, which suppliments
proven a very convincing example. the reactions of eyesight. It took her 1
"I'm sometimes glad that I cant see a while to become established but now 1
k a

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,!T i i!
at the1'

!A ny intram ural teir isigt
prat 'ebaketball during th,' com-
ingr, wee of iiE'xamixnatioviS:. may (10doso
atan im btTuesday an Fi'day
Vt 10 o'l. byv' calling the p' hysical
edca tion ofice.


andic Merle Rtaine, '29, conlstintly in-
Screasing the score in their favor.
Catherine Fisher, '30, and Sylvia
~, Baird, '29, did distinctive work for the
Slosing team. Following"Is the line-up:
1(1(Ilia Chiever h~otse Zeta fi .
C. Fisher..... ..F......._Goodwillie
S S. Baird.........+.......... V..Jta~ne
I. Smith..... ..C......... A. Felske
F . Macauley... .S. C........ D. Straub
G. Fox.......... G........1. Gustine
I. Ballantine.... G.......... Waters
another one-sided score Was theire-
suit of, the game between Delta Delta
D~elta and Kappa Kappa Gamma, the
score being 31 to 1 in favor of the
Sformer. Despite the goodl floor work
Sand strenuous playing of Irene Field,
'2L -o the defeated _five, the1(,op-
p fn:'orwarids -repeatedly see gred
tte.J an td shot' it rothh 'e .net.
The ine-uip was as follows:
E-ap v_"R. 13rI~txt ',ft a . I .
B~ell ... ..F..........f+.Foster
AT. Rice......... F........Kt. Franc°is
C. Kelder........C........... (roff'
1LI. Wescott.. 5. .. ......1A. Rice
1. Field.........G.:..... A. Utlsw orth
F.'_Mazrston.. ,...G........ Ame riine
Sub 1 . (rui
Zone ,14: forfeited- to Alpha (Chi
't Omega and Kappa Alpha TheltaI,,
Kappa Delta.
., At the present time the houses that
a .,re ahlead in the" baskei ball tourn-
I anet ateMartha Cool,-(dorumnetry, II-
en New berry residIence, Betsy I'ar:1 ur
ho jsc, Zeta "Tau Alphi Auand kappa~o'
Delta. ... heeteamts have Awon three
.gam~es-apiece by playing. or thr~ough
forfeit. Games will be suispenid dur-
ing examinations, but Ithe toun ma>>7 ;1t
Will be resumed the first week of the
p new semester.
(By Associated Press)
LANSING.-No change in the Uni-
versity of Michigan of 1927 and the
University of 1859 is more obivious
than that of women seen on campus
and their manner of dress, according
w to George D." Chafee, the oldest liv,
ing graduate oC the law school, who
has written to the Michigan Hristori-
cal Commission following his first vis-
it to Ann Arbor after an absence 01
60 years.

loge, rhaving been Wvomen's euitor ofj
the Michiga~n Daily the Michigan-
ensian, and the original Chimes maga-
zine. She is also a member of the
,honorary organization of Mortar
iHoardl, Stylus and Sigma Xi, and of
the gen.eral sororities Sigma Alpha
Iota and ('hi Omega. .
TI'ho 0other 1two holder~sofforeignj
telIc wshi ps this year from MichiganI
are Prof. Ralph, Sawyerwho is studyl-I

Home-like cooking. Meals
at a reason~able price in
everyf xvav, at the



ing in Berlin on a Guggenheim fellow- In its tight for shorter hours for
ship, and Prof. Carter L. Goodrich1 working people, the National Con-
who leaves next sem ester for Austra- sumer's league has a stlwart supporf.-
Iha in a Social Science Research fel-jeriVMrs. G. X- Cusliing of New Jer-
lowship. sey. One of the interests of the league
______________________ is the albolishment of, night work for
, $ A vome~m. She is the founder and presi-
INTER ST I HOM dent of the New Jersey League, and
XVA1NES IN K N A 1 chairman of the industry committee
_f ; of the New Jersey League of lWomen
Gentlemen -who prefer homemakers (
will have to look some place other4 Child welfare was also taken up ear-
than the University of Kansas in theirj ly by the organization when it found
search for them is statistics, made no restrictions on the hours of labor
public there as the result of a recent and no rulings on the age of child
quetotinnaire answered by the mem- workers. Mrs. Cushing's interest in
bers of the Jayhawker institution, car- the work was started in the following
my any weig ht.: manner: One hot (lay when she was
Of 1513 young women students who comning home from the country she
turned in their preferences as to what; saw an advertisement in a store win-
line of work they wished to continue dwsyn httepaewudb
Xter g radiuation, only seven express-: open 14 hours. Visualizing the con-
t:d( a 'lesire to become homemakers.1 ditins to be borne by the clerks she
Them e were 937(different occupationsI went home and wrote a' letter to the
listed by the men andi women students h ead of the store. In ~return she re-
ini the report, Of these 24 appealed; ceived a letter stating that the mer-
a.like to them both. Forty-eight were! chants were not responsible, but were
given by the. men which dlid not ap- only meeting the demands of their
- pear in the women's list, while 25 were customers.
chosen by the latter which the men }
scorned. Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

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Is Done~ by Long Distance".~I
January 4, lM?.
Mr. R. A. Browni, Manager,
Michigan Bell Telephone Co.,
Houghaton, Michigan.
Dear Ar. Drown.,
I wish to thank you for the sugges-
tions you have made regarding the use of long distaIce
telephone service. Vie arevery much interested in this
subject because the conduct of our business depends so
much on the use of the telephone. In fact. I mig~ht say
that all of our buying end a large portion of our selling
is done over the telephone wire.
These large wholesale grocers7
know the Value' of the fastest
comnmunication~ service in
their every- day business.

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The difference between the
housework of today and
the housework of yesterday
is the- difference between
swift-moving, labor-saving
electricity and the slow, (
toilsome work of the hands.
There is an electric appliance for

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every household task.

They are


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H oney Chips, Maple Walnuts, etc.
Til 0CNI

easy to buy, cheap to operate, and
saving of time and health.
Your cooking, washing, ironing,
sweeping, dishiwashing and what
not can be done in a fraction of

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