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RCIVE ACCETANCESWomen Are Becoming- More Prominent
In Science As Well As Business World
FRO'M FOR[IGN WOMEN Women are becoming more promi health, and bacteriology. There are
nent in the field of scientific research an especially large number who are
Winners of Barbour Sclolarshlps I- along with their increasing promi- connected with the zoology depart-
elude Nationalities And Work nence in the business and educational ment.
In Several Schools world. A glance at the files in the The study of the structure of the.
office of the graduate school show the parasite is the problem upon whih
large number of women who are do-p
TO DO GRADUATE WORk ing graduate work in physiological Miss Elsie Townsend is engaged at-
chemistry, zoology, botany, public present. Eventually the results of her
Acceptances have been received from - ---research will of use in the classifica-
all but two of the recipients of Levi SENIORS WIN BY tion of the parasite in its relation to
L. Brbor scolaship fo forignphysiology. The character of Miss!
L. harbour scholarships for foreign SCORE OF 14=13 ;Townsend's work reqiesethe uss of
women for the year 1927-28. Miss - the microscope to a great extent soI
'Shui Ching Yang, Dr. Lucille M. Van. The second round of inter-class her work is more exacting than that
Vliss Chao-lan Shili Mrs. Ranjithom baseball was Ilaycd off yesterday, re- in many other departments. Miss Nel-b
Aaron, Miss Asa Nakao and Miss Iku- sulting in a victory for the Seniors. lie Bosma, also the Zoology Depart- t
ko Koizui iWill attend Michigan dur- 'clockg pement, is working on this same prob-
g te co g year under the terms he four o gae played be- em under the direction of Doctoro
i the scholarships. Miss Sho-kown tween the Seniors and Sophomores. La Rue. a
o theascolarsips.e issary towdinethe Seniors ran up an early lead, due Miss Townsend says thai outside of t
ndo rdhas nd yt necessart ecine, chiefly to the superior pitching abil- i the research value of her work theF
and no word has as yet been received ity of Margaret McNally. In the third jreview of general principles which she
from Miss Maria D. i astrana. inning however, they relaxed in their gets as laboratory Instructor will beB
Miss Shu Ching Yaing came tofielding, and allowed their opponents of great assistance to her in teaching.
ic igan from Cornell in September six runs. From then till the end, the Miss Townsend plan's to complete the
25 an akeo hed her . dege n game was very close, and ended in a work for her M. A. this spring, but.
June, having acomplished her collge tie. An extra; inning was played, in is undecided as to what she will do
ork i three years. which the Seniors won 14-13. Exhi- next year. T'he attitude toward the
- Lucill M. Van Took an M. D bitions of alternately good and poor women doing research' work in the
a Sooc in 1916 and rsupplemented fielding were the out tanding clhara-1!University is very fine says Miss-
his training with three years in cteristics of the game. Townsend, and she has received every
America. For one and one-half years A game was scheduled for five possible aid in her work.
she served as assistant to Dr. Louise o'clock between the Juniors and Fresh- Miss Wti, of the Zoology Depart-
M. Ingersollim the Margaret William~ men, but was not played, ment, is doing work on the biology
on hospital and in 1923 succeeded Dr. The final interclass baseball games of the two-winged fly in completing
Ingersoll as head of the department will be played tomorrow afternoon.,l the requirements for her Doctor'sl
>f Otolaryngology. Freshmen will play the Sophomores degree. Biology is comparatively a'
Mrs. Ratjithon Aaron, in company at four o'clock and the Juniors will new science for Chinese women to
vith her husband who is on his way play the Seniors at five. take np, says Miss Wu: although there
o the Y. M. C. A. school of Chicago, are several specializing in other sc
nade personal application supplement-
i~thnMob recmendatti<no fMs THEJ'T TA Ff4SIGMA P I "ences such as chemistry and botany.

W._A.A._LNTICE_-There will be a W. A. A. Board
SORORITY CHAPERONE DIES meeting Wednesday night at 7 o'clock
FORMAL BANQUET Voley bal games for al class at Martha Cook Building.
Miss Margaretta Phipps, chap Theta Sigma Phi will hold a short
erone of Alpha Omicron Pi for Closing the baseball season the W. teams are scheduled at 4 o'clock to- business meeting at 7:30 tonight at
the past four years died yester- A. A. formal banquet will be held at i day. The entire tournament will be l Betsy Barbour House.
day morning at the University six o'clock tomorrow at the Kappa! played at this time. The final game of B tournament of
hospital after a short illness. Delta house. Among the guests to be Orchesis will meet at 7:30 tonight the intramural baseball games will be
Her' home was in Cincinnati, present at the banquet will be the in S'arah Caswell Angell hall. New played this noon at Palmer field, Pi
Ohio, where the burial will take 1 advisors of women, and the staff of members will be initiated at this Beta Phi being scheduled against
E place. the physical education department. time. Cook Building.
All members of the new and old W.
--- A. A. boards, the rifle and interclass__
INTER=I!OUR G AyM Itrack teams are invited.
All athletic awards will be madel
CLASSES TO PLAY after the banquet including the "M"s, IN A L SA LE
BASEBALL TODA Y a nclassnumer"ls"and installationofm
e eJ ;officer s will be followed by a, programj
e ipi headed by Miss Laurie Campbell who o
Baseball classes will play an inter-!will speak about interclass work.?of
our tournament which will begin Miss Pauline Hodgson will discuss in- #
this afternoon. The following games tramural sports and Mrs. Van Sickle !vomen s
in A tournament will be played at 4 will sneak about the next A. C. A. C.
o'clock: T, Th, 11-14, W, 3 A. Lish- W. conference wpich will be held at hoes
awitz, captain; T, Th M. Ohlsen, cap- Michigan in 1930. Presentation of
ain; T, Th 10, M. Kerr, captain; W, awards will be made by Dr. Margaret
F, 10-T, Th, 3 G. Pike, captain. At Bell.5.1J
o'clock: T Th, whose captain is Tickets for the banquet may be ob- N ow 7
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eign division Y. W. C. A.
The distribution'of )3arbour scholars'
for 1937-28 according to nationalities
will be: 13 reappointments of ten
Chinese six Japnese, two Indian, and
one Philipin1nw w an; seven new ap-
pointments oftree Chinese, two
Japanese, one Yndian and one Philip-
pine woman. According to schools 20
will work in the graduate school, 4
in medicine anPl two in graduate
Other :plans of Barbour scholars in-
clude an M. S. degree for Grace Song
who anticipates the completion of her
work in June; Cho Ren, '27M has been
appointed to serve her interneship at
the University hospital; Maria Lanzar3
and Yi Fang Wu will continue their
work toward tleir doctor of philoso-
phy degrees and Tsui Foag Wong
plans tb retur'n toy China during the

More than 250 guests attended theI
Matrix table banquet held this week
by Theta Sigma Phi, honorary jour-
nalistic society, at the University of'
Indiana. At this time a ring was
presented to the outstanding senior
member of the sorority.
The main address of the evening
was given by a graduate of the class
of. 1910 who has the distinction of be-'
ing the first woman journalism stu-j
dent of Indiana. This alumna told ofj
her early experiences as a newspa-
per writer and of her present work
as a "free lance" writer in Alaska.
She is most enthusiastic about the
Aleutian mountains where she does
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