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8s THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ANNOUNCE FELLOW
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Anncuncement has come from the
Barbour Scholarship committee of the
organization of a system of Barbour
IPA T fellowships to be offered to Oriental
OF snof ItsUadingachievementj
and service in .an Oriental country.;
i The annual stipend will be generous
OYYVR FIFTY CAN E IUSED TO enough to give a fellow freedom toI
FILL VACANT PLACES define anq develop her flan of re-1
IN DANCE PROGRAM search without too much attention tof
finances.
! AST TO BE ANNOUNCEDThe fellowship will be payable on
T T E A U E the 12 month basis i-n order that studyi
shall not suffer interruption. The1
Tryouts Will Be held Apil 17 And term of residence of any fellow will'
H8 In Sarah C Tswell Angell depend upon the plan agreed to andI
all From f> To 6 sher acgomplishment.. The Barbour
fellowships will not be open to ap-i
With places for over fifty moreiplication. They are matters of invi-I
freshman women in the dances of tation.,
the pageant, further tryouts will be The number of appointees will be
given from 5 to 6 o'clock Tuesday coatrolled entirely by the BarbourI
and Wednesday, April 17 and 18, in eholarship committee. Three invi-
Sarah Caswell Angell hal1, according Cations have been extended for the
to announcement made by Frances year 1928-29, each fellow being-
Jennings, .'31, chairman of the dance awarded $2,000. It is anticipated that
committee. such fellows would be of two groups;,
This will be the last opportunity those who would come to takeI
for participation in the freshman pro- doctor's #egrees, and those holding;
duction which will be presented, as doctor's degrees who come for re-
a part of the annual Lantern Night search.
program. Those first year women The three appointees for the coming
who are eligible and have not ap- year are Miss Lucy Wang, dean of
peared for tryout are urged to do so Hwa Nan college, Foochow, Miss Sugi
the week following vacation. Repre- Mibai, Kobe college, Japan, and Miss
sentatives of the class in sororities, E. K. Janaki, Women's Christian col-I
dormitories, and, league houses will lege, Madras, India. Formal accep-
be requested by the committee to tance of these appointments has notI
see personally any freshmen who as yet been received.
have not been informel concerning Miss Wang first came to America as
further tryouts. a student at Morningside college,
Those who have been selected for Sioux City, Iowa in 1919-21, when sheI
parts in the pageant as a result of took her A.B. degree. She was a Bar-
this week's tryouts are as follows: hour scholar from 1921-23, and re-
Winona Barrows, Mary Louise Behy- ceived her Master of Science degree ati
m-an, Ruth. Bishop, Elsie Bliman, the end of that period. She returned
Martha Boehmer, Lucille Cassar, to China to teach chemistry in the
Helen Cheever, Leonore Cohen, Elea- University of Amoy, having special-
nor Cooke D Eleze Connell Demari- ized in that subject while here. For

SHIPS FOR EASTERN
TED ACHIEVEMENT
the past two years she has been a
very successful teacher at Hwa Nan
college, where she is now acting as
dean of women.
Miss Janaki took her Bachelor's de-
gree with honors at the Presidency
co:lege, Madras, India. She came
here as a Barbour scholar from 1924-
26, residing at Martha Cook domi-
tory while here. She received her A.
M. in 1925 but since she was on a
leave of absence, she felt bound to re-
turn to her teaching position before
completing her doctorate. Since 1926
she has been teaching and studying1
botany. "Keen interest is felt in her
acceptance of the fellowship," Miss
Grace Richards, adviser to women, re-
marked, "since she would return with-
in a college generation to renew heri
friendship and contacts."
Miss Sugi Mabai was graduated
from Kobe college in 1925, tok her
A.B. degree from Mills colege in 1919
and her Master's in 1920. Since then
she has been a member of the faculty
of Kobe college, teaching and trans-'
lating psychology, logic, pedagogy,
and Engli.h. She has also lectured
on mental measurements, being a
pioneer in this field in Japan.
"The fellowships appear to be a
ogical development of the Barbour
scholarship plan," Miss Richards stat-
"cd. "The invitations should come as
b ons to Oriental women who in turn
should bring to the University of
Michigan insight and interpretation ofI
international interests."
Funds for the scholarships and fel-
lowships are provided by the will of
the late Levi L. Barbour of Detroit,I
former Regent of the University, who
was interested in providing a means
for higher education and foreign con-
tacts fcr Oriental women of outstand-
ing ability, with the purpo-se that they
take their knowledge back for the
service of their countries.

JUNIORS TO PRESENti
ETRA PERFORMANCE~
Speecial Show To R e iven ('0mpili-
menting sv1hoohnder,/ c1.' 'b;
Tikehets On Public Sale Now
WILL ICE SHOWN APRIL 27
C m limotilo the M ih h i p .n

omp rmertn n x xc r Ag a
Schoolmasters' Club, which will cn- ball practice of the season was hel1 ed yesterday .as one of the most suc-
Con Palmer field this week. Some cx- cessful events so far undertaken this
vene here the week Cfnl of April 27, cellent field play was exhibited, con- season and with a decided victory for
an extra performance of the 24th the faculty team over .the student ath-
an 'extra sidering that the teams have prac- lts
annual Junior Girls' play, "For The ticed indoors so far this season. letss.
Lov ofPet," /il begivn Fida tied ndors o fr tis easn- issAnnis hall, who entered the
Love of Pete," will be given Friday, The class teams are to be picked on tournament upon the failure of one of
April 27, at the Whitney Theatre. the first Tuesday after the repoening the ether faculty members to appear,
Although the show has been arranged of school. For this purpose, Velma came out with the highest score. Dr.
as a special feature of the conven- Jchnson, '29Ed., manager of class I Margaret Bell, head of the department,
tion, tickets have been placed on gen- baseball, requests freshmen and had the second highest score. Among
eral sale. Orders are being, taken junior candidates to snake plans to the students, Geraldine Wilkinson,
through the Whitney Theatre or stay on the field until 5:15 o'clock, 30, scored highest with Katherine Mc-
through Marie Iartwig, '29, business Tuesday, April 17, and sophomores Murray, '31, runner-up.
manager- of the play, who may be and seniors to appear at the field at The final score of the tourney can-
reached at the Helen Newberry resi- 4:30 o'clock on that day. not be stated in round numbers since]
dence. It is hoped that even more baseball I it had to be decided upon a percent- I
The price of tickets is the same material will turn out after vacation age basis, when some of the faculty
as those for the regular run of the Jthan has taken part in the indoor members failed to enter. However, it
production: $3.00 for box seats, /practices so far. Competition has may safely be conjectured' that the
$2.50 main floor, $2.00 for the first 1 proved to have the ,most stimulating faculty led by at least 30 points.
four rows balcony, $1.50 second four effect in the past in turning out good
rows, and $1.00 for the remainder of! baseball teams, and this year prom- "Alpha LambdaDelta
the house. The performance will ises to be no exception to the general "
open at 8:30 o'clock, later than the rule. Elects New Offiers
'regular time of starting, due to the It is urged the extra few minutes of
banquet of the schoolmasters which 'practice on the Tuesday folowing va-
will precede it. cation be remembered and a special Officer3 of Alpha Lambda Delta,
All the proceeds of the perform- effort to be present be made. henorary freshman sorority, were
ance with those of the regular elected at a meeting on Wednesday by
week's presentation March 19-24 will 1 DORMITORY WINS GAME the freshmen who now constitute the
be turned over to the Women's _active chapter of the society. The
league building fund. Alpha Epsilon Phi lost to Betsy sophomore charter members now be
Publicity has been arranged 'for Barbour in the intramural baseball cmem__t__e.
in all the high schools of the state, game played, at 7:30 ednesday in
according to Mrs. W. D. Henderson, Barbour gymnasium. The game itself
executive secretary of the alumnae iwas very close and exciting, in, spite
council, so that those who plan to of the final score of 18-8.
attend the convenrion may order heir At the close of the second inning, rFI wT
tickets in advance the game was 7-6, Betsy Barbour
Sleading, and during the first part of
i SALONMAY -HAVE the game both teamus played about MAY WE NOTlFF

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w 1 1 lU 2 , l . 1 L.IV t 1 , 3 i14.
ous Cornell, Helen Joy Eberle, Marie
Edington, June Fosler, Florence
Frandsen,, Marion Gimmy, Virginia
Hosic, Bertha Howard, Elizabeth
Howard, Ruth Hunt, Ruth Kelsey,
Sylvia Klein,
Hattie Kreye, Agnes Lally, Louella
Lawton, Marion Locke, Ruth Man-
delker, Albertine Maslen, Arlene Mc-
Cauley, Jannet Michael, Frances Mil-
ler, Margaret Morin, Jeanne Reed,
Jane Robinson, Isabell Royen, Louisa
Rudisill, Marguerite Schueberger,
Flora. Shafer, Edythe Snyder, Betty
Stout, Olive Stromeyer, Adelaide Sy-
mons, Mary Taylor, Ruth 'Taylor,
Adele Tossy, Ruth Van Tuyl, Kath-
erine Wilcox, and Dorothy Wilson.
The members of the cast of the
pageant have not as yet been defin-
itely chosen 1byth'e com'nittee, but it'
is planned to post the names of those
who have been selected for cast roles
in the gymnasium the week following1
the spring recess.

Spanish Woman Is Content To Follow
Home Career, Says Language Instructor

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WORLD INFLUENCE
"The Spanish woman; the mother; rarely dances, with anyone but her
the queen of the home; the life com- husband. I With the vision of transforming the
panion of her husband; such qualifi- No Divorces In Spain salon idea into a world influence,
cations could be generally applied to "There is no divorce in Spain; Mme. C. Boas de Jouvenal has come to
the 'woman of Hispania," according should the worse come to worse Mthe nde ouvStates.nal was aaefo t war
to Senor Mercado of the language there is a separation which may last list e d hostess, and brought togth-
delpartment.sonly for a time, as the two consorts er an illustrious group in her salon.
antiment and perhaps in physique; may agree to come together again. The idea came'-to Mme. de Jouvenal
she is happy, likes music, and also In case the separation should be- that, if the leaders of thought, the
qhe s hppy lies usi, ad Icre.ative personality of all countries.
her games with other girls of her com-a a-, decided break, neither of could meet one another with greater
own age. As she grows into girl- the two may marry again so long facility, better cooperation and good
hood, she develops an interest in as the other lives, will would exist between ,nations. 'In
things of the home and duties there-
of. Embroidery, and other sorts o omen aie Voting Ights other words, she wished to make the
t salon idea international in scope.

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PAGEANT POSTERS
Freshmen who haver not been
reached by the poster committee
and who are interested in mak-
ing a poster 'for the pageant
contest are requested to notify
Helen Cheever, Dial .3716, Helen
Newberry Residence.
All posters must be turned in
to members of the committee
April 17 and 18 at Barbour
gymnasium. Prizes will ,be'
awarded to the winning po'sters,
and all those submitting will be
displayed at the installation of
new league officers.
OREGON STATE-Some co-eds

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any w r, a p te~u tua
to her.E
Respects Will Of Parents
"Developing into a. young lady she
is pretty, radiant with vivacity, lo-
quacious and even coquetish, but inf
all these things, she is an exa n'ple
of virtue. She is pious, lovable, and
respects the will of her parents,
often marrying a. man not of herl
choice, though many times she fights
opposition to marry the man she
loves. Parents seldom force a daugh-
ter into a marriage she dislikes, so
as a rule, a Spanish girl in'arries the
man of her choice by general consent
of her relatives.
Is Ruler Of Home
"Once married, the Spanish girl
becomes the ruler and lover of her
home; she has few outside interests
except the church and perhaps in-
stitutions of charity. Naturally, there
are some social functions 'she must
take part in, but these are always
carried out in combiniation with her
husband-she as the heart of the
farrily, and he as her companion,
counselor and protector. If they at-
tend a dance, the woman may or may
I not take part but if she does she

since the privilege is as yet extended
only to unmarried women of a cer-
tain age, few do vote. But as the
Spanish woman is not interested in
the field of politics, why should she
vote? Spain has produced such re-
markable women as La Condesa de
Pardo Bazan and Concha Espina.
Dona Emilia never liked to be called
an authoress. She was an author,
and she desired to be as a man, yet
she married and loved her home-life
like any other woman. Concha Es-
pina, who is a modern writer with
a career, has never neglected her
home duties.
"There are Spanish women doctors
and lawyers, but these are few, for
the field of the Spanish wom'an is
the home which she rules, and 'her
husband, who is her companion, has
as his realm the street, his place of
business, or his, office."'

SWEETLAND
212 South Main
SODAS
Home Made
CANDIES
and
Delicious
'Toasted
Sandwiches'

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the dormitory here pay fines for be-
ing late instead of giving up a date.
The money is. used to buy records
for the Electrola that the house has
just bought.!

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MAY FESTIVAL
Ann Arbor, May 16, 17, 18,.19

"The Little Store ofBig Values"m
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FRITZ REINER

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March 7th, 1928.
Mr. Charles A. Sink, Pres.,
University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Dear Mr. Sink:

New T heatre Bldg.

To meet the last-minute demands of Easter
shoppers we have just received large
shipments of
CAS
SUITS
FROCKS
These New Coats at
Are the Talk of the Town
250 NEW EASTER FROCKS I

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I was very much interested in the leaflet
describing your coming May Festival, which
you so thoughtfully sent me.
It is without question "Michigan's Great-
est Musical Event" and one of the outstand-
ing musical events of the country.
A May Festival of the beauty and scope
which you have. planned, in a setting like
lovely Ann Arbor, with the hallowed mem-
ories which it has for most of the members of
your audiences, cannot help but be a source of
great spiritual replenishment for your people as
well as sheer joy.
Wit lPt ahC n. t V~rC

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