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March 06, 1927 - Image 6

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H MS IL EK IPresent Women's League WasFone It istoward this g-
By President Angell And Five Students, a yteore
p[T~nI I LEUM' PR CISS---tion, promised as
Editor's Note: Tiistenthoa'land opposite the
series of articles by Daily staff members on I coeainwt eea au-sium, for the new bt
varius cmpusinsitios adtrgniatofs al wme adMrs. t1ra 13. Jordan,irason mlind
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., 'March5-pbisofnanefr t aecla hir 1902ntof 1922,ithe o igeguetundr-m
o.EP.Hrig,hedftedem terest to prospective participants. Iwsptudrw
ry department at the University of tokt--s ud o e wmns atyaadnw
innesota, is attempting to develop Ti er 80 gymnasium. The goal was finallyj crucial time. under
improved, process by which pe- Tit-eenyasaoii80 eached after a long drive when Mr.!Ifv wmnsuenstgthrwt rs. W. D. R~enders
Aeum may be extracted from shale.:fv oeLtuet oehe ihI evi L. Barbour, '6514, contributedI retary of the alum
Shale does not contain oil In its 1 President James Burrell Angell met his gift. The new building was named leagume is within $1
.tural form, but it is produced by in what is now the Registrar's office,' Barbour gymnasium in honor of the amount.
ating the shale. This heating pro- then the University chapel, to estab- ran who had madie possible its ex- President' Clarecu
ss saturates the oil with sulphur luhl the Women's league of the Uni- istetice. lined the Women's1
that the refining of the petroleum versity of. Michigan. Previous to that House rules were first enforced by:; the nucleus of ap
us obtained is an expensive pro- year there was not a women's or- the league after the appearance of system for women,
ss because of the fact that. a great. ganization on the campu's. the league house in 1903. ably be the next lai
al of the oil is lost. ProfessorI With neither financial assistance norj Since its beginning the Women 's I organization.
rding believes that if a way can ; headquarters,-only enthusiasm-these league has become so influential an
devised to remove the oil from theI pioneers struggled in the formation1 organization in the life of the women! WISCONSIN-Beli
ale in such ra way that the sulphurI of the nucleus of the activity for all students that both alumnae and un-i gymnasium inadegm
'il remain in the shale, oil produc- Michigan women. They kept the old dergraduates have seen for a long, Director of Athletic
ii from shale will be a success. chapel for their meeting place. time the need of new headquarters. drive for a new fief

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