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SUNDAY, MARCrT 20, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SCH OOL OF RTAILINC
OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS
Aim To T'ealhl Principles Underlying
mi ali Selling And Practice
In AppItcation

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LIMITED TO GRADUATES
Announcement has just been receiv-
ed by Miss Grace Richards, of office
of 'advisors of women of fellowships
and scholarships in the School of Re-
tailing of New York University. The
School of Retailing was established
in response to the demand for a scien-
tific preparation and training for wo-
men in the field of retailing. It aims
to give an intensive training in the
fundamental principles underlying re-
tailing methods and practice in the ap-
plication of these principles. It is or-
ganized to give a foundation to young
women who aim to become store exe-
cutives.
Three Franklin Simon Research Fel-
lowships, each of the value of $650.,
are offered for 1927-28. These do not
require store service. The recipient
devotets the afternoons to research inE
retailing under the supervision of the1
director of the School of Retailing. Ap-}
plicants must be college graduates and
must have had at least one year 's ex-
perience in a store.
Five scholarships, each of $280, are
offered by the School of Retailing.
These stipulate store selrvice, the re-
numeration for which is $425, so that
the total value of a scholarship is
estimated at approximately $700. Ap-
plicants must be college graduates.
These announcements have been
posted on the bulletin board of Bar-
"our gymnasium.
Teams Will Resumel
GamesrP On Tues~da

LCOMPLE TES BOOK Schorling Says University High School "Many of our teachers are national-
IN S EVE N Y EA RS0ly known for their work in education,
kS EE S Is Laboratory For Study Of Education;having been brought from all ou.r the
_ _ _ _ _United States to demonstrate their
theories for the benefit of the pupils
Because the study of education room work is emphasized as a re- and student teachers." Dr. Schorling
needs a laboratory far more than the lquirement as much as high grades.! emphasizes ability to get knowledge
other sciences, for advance in infor- THid school is under the direct con- across, taking thorough knowledge of
mation concerning the learning pro- trol of the state and is adninistered the subject for granted. Aside from
Schoo this there is no pet theory which
cesses the University High School has by the Board of Regents and Pres- hos sway a t the ooy Any
ir' holds sway at the high school. Any
been organized with this in mind, ac- ident Clarence Cook Little. I good method is put into practice im-
cording5 to Prof. Raleigh Schorling, D.Shrig' miinfr Ih l~aey
principal of the high school. As an ex- school is that it attain in five years The school is used as a bureau of
perimental school it is one of the besta capacity for 500 students, 100 in information by teachers and superin-
;, 4 in the country and provides practical leach of the five grades and divided tendents who come to have their prob-
training for senior students of edu- proportionately between Junior and bims solved. For those who cannot
cation who desire such experience to Senior High. There are 320 students, come, University teachers take part
aid them in the future. now. Eventually, both for the benefit in programs like the regent one at
Professor Schorling described the of the child and as a laboratory for Dallas, Texas. Several books have
high school in the following words: the educator the building will be ex- been published containing the infor-
"It is the place where teacher and tended to include work for the pre- mation which has been gathered from
pupils meet in harmony and with the school child. Continuing with his de- the experiments. In order that the ex-
single desire to learn. A trip over scription, Professor Schorling stated, f periments may be absolutely scientific
Ithe building and a few minutes ob- "Our pupils have what may be called ' other high schools are collaborating
servation in one of the class rooms is well-controlled freedom. There is a. and there are as many as 5000 stu-
sufficient to verify these facts. There student government but the teachers dents trying out a theory.
is an air of freedom, but withal con- cooperate in carrying out the plans Above anything else the object is
plete attention to the work of the of the pupils. In just the last year to motivate and make meaningful the
lay, that is indeed a revelation to I outside competition has been started work in the theory of education
most of us who have gone to the ave- in athletics but there is an intramural classes. The seniors in the School of
:A; rage high school." system which evokes more interest
The University high school is for than the outside games. The school is
3lrs. Honore hiiisie Morrow boys and girls from all over the I unusually well equipped as to books
A woman has written a life of Abra- state of Michigan, and not for Ann and science laboratories. However,
ham Lincoln. Mrs. Ilonore Willsie Arbor children only. The students there is no effort made to prepare for For The Vusiess Woman
Morrow of New York calls her work who apply are investigated by the domestic science and the commercial
"Freedom Forever." It has taken her board and a general interest in class- arts. Our Spring Clothes planning
seven years to complete the compila-sevc isa(itntcomy
tion of fgcts and writing, and her book service is a distinct economy,
is regarded as one of the best lit- for it co-ordinates the whole
nrary illustrations of the life of Lin- ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL oF outfit as to style, colors and
Coln, the man.I suitability, using last year's
Mrs. Morrow is a graduate of the wardrobe as a foundation. We
University of Wisconsin, and was edi- will be glad to explain this ser-
tor of the Delineator from 1914- 19. vice to you.
Some of her later books are "The Ex- OIOENS
changed Canyon," "We Must March",_
"The Exile of the Lariat" and "The N More Fear of Runs in Your Silk Hlosiery. Agnes McIntyre
Devonshers". T'riles theW er of ure or artificial silk hosiery. w
On sale at
Society Will Exhibit CALKINS-FLETCHER 21adia
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Spring Glove Styles1 ____

WESTERN WOMEN
TRY NEW SCHEME
Dutch-treat system, as another step
toward equal rights for women is
being advocated by student women at
the University of Idaho, the Univer-
sity of Kansas, and at Redlands uni-
versity at Los Angeles, California.
Upholders of the new idea refuse
to accept dates unless escorts prom-

ise to allow them to share the ex-
pense,#of the evening, thinking in this
way to increase and assert their in-
dependence. It is expected };y this
method, to increase the companion-
ship between men and women, and
discourage the gold-digger.
The men, howeveev, who are- being;
used in this nIanne r s them-
selves as against the idea, maintain-
ing that to give pleasure and pay for
it is the Only bit of chivalry left to
them in the wholesale disregard of
conventions. Nevertheless they admit
it would establish a closer relation-
ship between the men and women
on the college campus.

Education have
work under the
country.

thin opportunity to'
best critics in the

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TUTTLES LUNCH

Steaks

- Roasts

- Chops

Meals Served from 7 A. M. Until 7:30 P. M.

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SPRING CLENING TIME IS
ENE R GINE TIME AS ALWAYS
In the Swiss Garment Cleaning Establishment.
One's first thought is: "What clothes am I going to
buy and what clothes am I going to have cleaned?" And
last but not least, "Who is a reliable Dry Cleaner?" Per-
fect satisfaction is what counts and is our aim. Clothes
cleaned in ENERGINE are ODORLESS and remain
clean longer.

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"C.13 .111u O y Newest fashions for spring glove
wear will be exhibited by Mortar
Final interclass basketball games Board, senior honorary society, dur-
will begin Tuesday and continue ing the coming week. The sale will
throughout the week. After these start Tuesday, when members of the
games have becln completed an all-. society will call on the various soror-
star academic and all-star major team ity houses and dormitories on cam-
will be picked which will include the1 pus to display samples to the resi-
outstanding players from all classes dents.
and these teams will compete in the This is the se'cond sale this year to
final game of the season. be conducted by members of Mortar
The senior majors are now leading! Board society for the benefit of the
with the junior :major and academics League. The gloves for the spring sale
and sophomore majors running a close will be purchased from the same
second. The classes stand as follows: wholesale houses that furnished them
seniors first, juniors second, sopho- for the' winter sale. The most popular
mores third, freshmen fourth. The numbers of the past season will be on
games on Tuesday are, 4 o'clock, display together with the new spring
junior majors vs. senior majors, Jun-1 samples. Although the gloves are of
for academics vs. senior academics, French make they are secured from
5 o'clock, freshmen majors vs. soph- the wholesale firms of David and
omore majors, freshmen academics vs. Blum, and Lehman and Co. of New
sophomore academics. York.

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Smart Sweaters for Sports

Wear

Novel new weaves and pretty colors, in sport and tailored styles.

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Some with threads of rayon and silk to add fire
Slip-over, and coat styles.

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Clever Skirts to Match These Sweaters
Pleated, wrap around, and the popular Suzanne
model, which is so practical for sports.

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PHONE 4191
209 South Fourth Ave.
C. IH. SCHROEN

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THE GREY SHOP
Sunday Dinner, 12:15-2:00
Sunday Evening Lunch, 5:00-11:00
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and

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Spring Days Are
Fast Approaching
These bright days turn thoughts

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the new-especially new clothes. Possibly
a 'new coat, in one of the very delightful
straight-line models, with or without fur-or,
maybe a new frock. And what frocks these
are! The very newest style ideas that one
usually finds at a much higher price.,

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ELF RELUENDE
"There is a time in every man's education when
he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance;
that imitation is suicide; that he must take himself
for better or worse as his portion; that though the
universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing
corn can come to him but through his toil bestowed
on that plot of ground which is given him to till."
-Emerson.

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Tailleurs for Spring

"Tailleurs, Tailleurs everywhere."

Spring s5 A

They are all here.

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decree! Trim and feminine, with a dash of
youth . . sophisticated .. chic
. . the newest fashions of the new sea-
son. Twills . . . tweeds. Kick pleats I '.r
. . . box pleats . . . wrap arounds.
Come in, let us show them to you!

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erything new for Spring
and all ready for your
inspection and selection.
When will you be in?

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