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TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CAMPAIGN RESULB IN SOCIETY cREASTLP~,$! MAKE EIGHT BARD0UR~Annu~1 Supper For

CAP GNHSUTSINIS CIETY CRE ATES* Annual Su er For
SC'I OLARSH IP SUM M .I I
Seniors Is Tonightj
!AWA DS O ST DEN t ;Senior women will be honored at
a the annual "Senior Supper" at 6
O'ie Ihird Of Freshman Class Sub- E=iht new a ppointm s - o'clock tonight in the M chigan Lnion
sMCrIIb For Life Memiberslips appointments for 1927-1928 were made ballroom. The banquet precedes the
Durizg Most IRecent Drive bnfirst performance of "Eight Till
by the committeesi charge of the oEight" which the seniors will attend
- Barbour Scholarships for Oriental wo- en masse as guests of the Juniors. Be-
ORIGINAL GOAL IS PASSED men, during its meeting Saturda tween courses at the supper, the sen
morning in the office of Dean John R. f rw illc ractice the song wh, the y
Latest reports from Evelyn Ogborn, r . *.Effinger. The eight new appoint- ;patethesongtwhich they
28 himno h iemembership $ nents makes a total of 26 Barbour ;will sing to the juniors at the Whitney!
- theatre. There will be no other pro-
7scholars at Michigan which is onestet.Thr ilbno terp-
committee of the Womenzs league, more than the number of this year. gram.
show that $11,670 has been subscribed mreI act tha all of th ai Virg nia Fox, '27, is general' chair-
in the freshman campaign which was I..- -me.tare.to.ra atstdensw man of the supper, while Frances

CLUB WILL SELL
CANDYAT PLAY
Candy will be sold by the Freshmen
Girls' Glee club for the benefit of the
Woman's league at all performances
of the Junior Girl's play, in accord-
ance with an old tradition. Georgia
Vandawarker, '30, president of the
Glee Club, has charge of the organiz-
ing of teams of sellers and of mak-
ing the costumes for them.
SThere will be ten women on a team
each night. As there are only 32 mem-
bers in the Glee Club, they have been
called upon to work more than one
night. Each one will cover her "beat"
before the play and during intermis-
sion. A separate chairman is appointed
for every two. nights as is also a
separate treasurer.

NOTICES
All members of the Rifle class meet
at 4 o'clock today in room 330 in the
Engineering building. This is the last
opportunity for anyyone to enter this
beginning rifle class.
There will be no inter-class basket-
ball games this week. There will be
practices today and Thursday. Juniors
and seniors come at 4 o'clock, fresh-
MICHIGAN PINS
FOUNTAIN PENS
ALARM CLOCKS
HAILER'S
State Street jewelers

held during the past two weeks, serv-
ing as a. general clea nup drive for
the entire campus.
The committee reports that there
were 233 pledges made during the
period set aside for the drive, one
fourth of them coming from upper-
class women. Included in the latter
class are 2G pledges from freshman
nurses, who are rated as sophomores
on campus. The remaining 153 pledges
accounts for slightly 'More than one
third of the present class of freshman
women.i
A goal of $20,000 was set last fall
by Miss Ogborn for the year's work,
but the fall drive was so successful,
bringing in $18,151 that an attempt
was made to double that sum, by so-
liciting the freshmen and the enter-
ing women students shortly after the
beginning of the sec'ond semester.
Miss Ogborn expresses herself well
satisfied with the results of the drive
and the success of the committee
throughout the year, for although the
second goal of $18,000 was not attain-
ed, nevertheless more than $9,000 has
been collected over the original.goal
set by the League.
As a number of pledges are still out
it is expected that within a week the
total will have risen to $30,000.
Handi capped Zone
Victorious In Game
Playing with a handicap of having
only five team members, Zone 16
completely overwhelmed Phi Sigma
Sigma in one of the final basket-
ball games of the intramural basket-
ball tournament yesterday afternoon.
The game ended with a score of 66-
12. Anne Zauer, '29, was the outstand-
ing player of this game and was re-
sponsible -for almost all the scores
made by her team. The team work
between her and Theresa Janhusky,
'29, was especially noticeable. The
lineu for this game is as follows:
Zone 16 F'Phi Signa Sigma
A. Janhusky..F........ H, Feerer
A. Zauer......F.. .... M. Olden
H. Collins.......C.......T. Berman.
.S.C......H. Caplan.
G. Lister ........ G.......... E. Bank
V. McClure......G.........A. Caplan
The final game of the intramural
tournament will be delayed some time
in order that the playing of this
game may occur at the time of the
Penny carnival, the innovation which
is being introduced this year by the,
W. A. A. as a fitting close to the intra-
mural season of basketball. It is hoped
by this method to attract attention to
the carnival by using the champion-
ship game as a drawing card.

brought out by Dean Effinger, secre-
tary of the committee, who explained
that it is in accord with the commit-I
tee's policy of confining the scholar-j
ships in the future to graduate stu-
dents.
The scholarships for oriental wom-
en were established in the University
in 1917, as the result of the gift of the
late Levi L. Barbour, of Detroit, a
former regent of the University. Each
one of the 26 scholarships allows $800
a year for, the expenses of the recipi-
ent, and in addition all University
fees are paid

Dunnewind, '27Ed. has charge of the
tickets. Those who have not already
obtained tickets for the supper, may
procure them from Miss Dunnewind.
They are priced at $1.35.
All seniors are urged to attend theI
banquet, for tickets to the Junior
Girls' play will be distributed at this
time.
Change Methods Of
Vocational Guidance

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Mrs. H. E. Byramn
Crganized as a social club, the Chi
cago, MiLwaukee and St. Paul Rail
road Woman's club, headed by Mrs
H. E. Byram, has now created a
scholarship fund to assist children o
railroad workers to attain education
Mrs. Byram is national .president of
the club and is the wife of the former
president of the railroad. The mem-
bers of the club are wives of men em-
ployed by the road.
Swimming Stressed
As Individual Sport
Michigan women are yearly placing
more emphasis upon swimming and
one of the Important individual sports,
and in spite of the lack of an ade-
quate pool are gaining a name for
themselves in this ling according to
the women's physical education de-
partment of the University.
The fact that Michigan could amply
utilize a new women's'pool is proved
by' the continued use of the Union
pool by women students. Four groups,
ranging in size from 16 to 33, meet
twice weekly at the pool for swimming
instruction. These numbers do not
include the large groups of individual
women wh 'use the pool on Thursday
nights from\7 to 10 o'clock.
The refen e from the pool has in-
creased steadily since it has been
opened to women, according to Miss
Ethel McCormick, of the physical edu-
cation department, as over $425 is re-
ceived during .one semester from the
regular classes alone, which in no
way includes the revenue obtained
from those swimming on Thursday
nights.

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The new appointees are Miss Asa Work on the vocational guidance
Nakao, Miss Ikuke Koizumi, Miss program planned by vocational guid-1
Ma ka ,Pastr s .Ikuke K azumi, amissance committee of the W omen's league
M~aria Pastrana, Mrs. Ran jitham has been turned over to the office of
Aaron, Miss Sho-kown Ho and Dr.
AarlnnMss Skh Chind Dr.ng advisors of women under the direction
Lucile Van, Miss Shui Ching Yang of Miss Beatrice Johnson. Miss John-
and Miss Chao-Han Shih. Of this son states that the preliminary work
group Miss Yang is the only one now to date concerning vocational guid-
enrolled at the University of Michi- ance has been confined to reading
gan. Sh will graduate from the the newest publications on guidances
Literary school in June. The others work to see what has been done
with the exception of Dr. Van and and, what is being done in other col-
Miss Shih, have had all of their prev- leges. The student committee pre--
ious work in Oriental schools. viously decided not to have meetings!
for each vocation with a person suc-
OPEN ROAD TOUR cessful in that work to speak to the
TO BE DESCRIBED group because these meetings were
______ so poorly attended last year when
In connection with the organization such a program was carried out. -
ofa g"u~p ofMihign womn for Miss Johnson made observation of
the propo iCganwopean tou work in this field which is being done
then srposed Central Eropean tou, in other colleges at the conference of
being sponsored by the Open Road, deans of women in Texas, February
Miss Gordon Dawbarn, field secretary 2ean s ther GaTascFebruay
for he pen oad wil vii.n r 23-26. Miss Esther Gaw, associate dean
for the Open Road, will visit Ann Ar- of women at Mills college, Oakland,
bor within the next two weeks. Her California read a paper on vocational
purpose is to explain the work of the guidance which showed great success
International Student Hospitality As- in vocational guidance there by using
sociation, of which the Open Road is Ian "interest" blank, which students
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as to give a brief description of the J disposal in finding those things which
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take. Yokum and personnel workers of the I
As has been announced, 13 ,women University are using these blanks in
will take the trip this summer, ac- the school of business administrationI
companied by Miss Beatrice Johnson, but as yet they are confined to that
adviser of women. In addition to cov-, school. Miss Johnson is working on a
ering central Europe, a short stay at I plan somewhat similar to be carried
Geneva, and a week in Paris are out among the women of the Univer-
among the features of the visit. sity to determine their interests.

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Ten Dollars

"The

Habitee"

VNTIRELY new, yet so prac-
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idea was never used before, is the
Habitee.
This clever little affair is cut on
the swagger lines of a riding habit
-note the snug, flat fit in front,
the gathered fulness in back, the
outward curve at the hipline and
the boyish shortness of the knee.
Shown in a wide range of sizes,
in delicate colors and black.
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Colors for Spring
PARCHMENT
ROSE BLUSH
SHELL GRAY

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TUTTLE'S LUNCH
FOR-
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FOOD
Special Vegetable Dishes

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