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September 23, 1927 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-09-23

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the Open Road Tou T Woman Explorer Of African Wild I ife
European Students"L UBecomes Advisor For Museum Exhibit
organizations similar to the UnionT Woen explorers are rare. M rs. ,iCil relre5(m1Iion ol v'gctation aii L I
the Women's League, and the Stu- Mary L. Jobe Ackley is one of them. other accessori fir the gorilla group.
dents' Christian Association. The Olk- Believing that human beings find their When)t
haart Huis, where the group stayed At a meeting of the Intramural .lnta.n igfdhr nh.a rinhardttdri
Shighest development in out-of-door Mis. Ackley drove the 'XPditiOn' A
during their visit in Holland, and past board yesterday, the following women:ow .111( ('ile r, 11w"1'1 lwlievc
I life, when they exchange the arthie- heavily loaded motor truck. moved her
the front door of which the Rhine were elected to manage the various ia.t . ex.ec ii lwctym hentftg her poiinas an educ
weeeetdt aa, h aiu, "i~ ( )ii iuflowedl, was a social center for sty- ,m -iality of existence in the city for'the ouft i h r!t itV~y
froups: Jean Currie, '30, independent realities of the woods and the moun. . . iterfere with the attaiment of
dents from The Hague and Leiden. iinally when the thermonetei res-h
The Charleston and the Rudolph women; Ethel Crowe, '28, secretary; tains, which breed the s ;rit of self re- er ,11: tdeg reesrihl sesh.from l dSuctoenrr
Valentino tango were the latest in Dorothy McKee, '29, sorority manager; liance. The American M1 :unm of Na- an idu t summer school giveni
tural History in New York has named a. m. to P. m.. she made n excursion
vogue and were danced to the strains Dorothy Griffith, '30, dormitory mana- hiof California, and spent he
of "u,, teFec rnlto f her as advisor in connection with the of .anowher 110 m e nfotoe -
of "ous, th Frech tansatio ofger; and Dorothy Miller, 23, inter-hour'firmnh ttnigcass
"Who,' TeFrTwo"ran "Blues yg,29development of African Hall, an dab- canic slag to obtain photographs of
reipresentative; Marion Reatling,2,orate exhibit conceived by her hus- t a c ik flaAccording to )r. R inhardt
Room," and other American jazz num- manager, and Frances Sackett, '30, as- badghtecalceyr torecoirdi ain s.
hers which have outrun their popu- sistant manager, head of the Intra-an the extraordinary wild life, of Africa. Mrs. Ackley ws obliged to handle must develop constaiitly and I
larity in New York. The Europeans, mural Board.hA her husband's corresondeice, his n the alert for new ideas. It
however, did the Charleston with more A guatn sdThe Ackley-Eastman African Hall diaries and the d:oa concerning the be thought that education was I
however, did te Carlon wiatth me pA regulation was adopted that all expedition was stricken by tragedy last specimens collected by the explorer that it was possible to finish i
iformers on this side of the Atlantic- upel ass women e they are year when Mr. Ackley died. But his aind his assistants. Thus she is in a know now that this was a misty
Cheer leaders, stadiums, and substi- letis are required to tak e a heart and wife exhibited her bavery by carry- position to adl the museum authori- one's education is never finish
htes for athletic teams are not foundin lticamerequiret tae heat and lug on for seven weeks, remaining in ties in their Work of conpleting Ack- Dr. Reimhardt considers co
sotl lung examination at the Health Serv- the cold and rain of the Kivu moun- ley African hall stdy for ed1.cators moicimp
in Scotland, and the students were ice. Arrangements have been made at tains, at an elevation of 12,s00 feet, under presedt-dyconditions.
curious about the moving pictures the Health Service so that these maywens, eevin of held e-e------- -__e__ u nhert-acoitions.
where they had seen "jumping main- be taken at any hour of the day be- 1Phillis a.i!nl3C'lI(QZittmmfl il , yuh i e etmtini-
h tl b " ~~~~~where she efficiently held the little yuh e siaini
S erunningy asndjdownb af-ore knhpa~arty together, and prevented the re- h saZ;and inquisitive that the teachi
iacs running up and down before fore 5 o'clock, on any day of the week. pat tgys andhprevented themryear old twins recciithy attempted toi
huctant black boys of her safari from swmteEnls 'hu .g,?iiig that they demand rms
American football audiences. There will be a meeting of the .ath- deserting. She, thereby made it possi- theninEthe best. Under such conditic
Specialization is the keynote of the letic representatives of all the enter- ble for her husband's assistants to . modern educator cannot allow
curricula followed by English and con- ing organizations at 4 o'clock on Mon- complete their work in that region, Miss Emma Frazier, Instructor at to fall behind, but must keep
tinental studies. Due to the few op- day, September 26, in the parlors of she herself making all the photo- the University of Illinois, rieeently instead as aleit and naturallyi
portunities of employment offered to Barbour gymnasium. If any sorority, graphic studies necessary for the arti- traveled through England on a bicycle. tive as youth.
women, it is necessary for them to dormitory or other organization hasf
have a very advanced preparation in not yet elected its athletic manager,
their chosen line of work. In Geneva this should be done at once. A bulletin
the fact was brought before the will be posted in Barbour gymnasium
American students that the equipment today upon which all the managers
for experimentation offered in the Eu- are asked to sign. The information is
ropean universities was not to be com- desired as soon as possible.
pared with that offered by the colleges Only one field is available for play
of the United States. this fall, but this has been put in ex-
There were nine members in the cellent shape. The equipment also in-
group with which the Michigan repre- eludes some new material, sticks and
sentatives sailed, two from Washing- shin guards.
ton, two from Idaho, two from Schid- Announcement was made at yester-
more College, and two from Michigan. day's meeting that games will begin
Miss E. Gordon Dawborn, field secre- October 3. According to present plans, ANNOUNCING THE
tary of the Open Road Tour, acted as the final tournaments will be com
chaperone. pleted before Thanksgiving. I

enthusiasm. thank these people personally for the
Official sessions of the auxiliary will many kindnesses shown the American
culminate the French entertainment of boys, our boys, for taking them into
the legion women. The Duchess of
Duzes, France's premier sportswoman,
despite her 80 years, will entertain 200
of them at her chateau at Bonnelles,"st ace
close to Paris, on Friday; and the Mar-
quise de Ganay has invited an equal
number of auxiliary members to her
chateau near Milly.
The gratitude and appreciation of
France for the war record of Ameri-
can women was expressed at the
opening session of the auxiliary by
General Gouraud, representing the 323 Mai
French army, and by Andre Tardieu,
representing the French government.Tn

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