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E Elementar And Adolescent Problems LUWSARE U1Among Rare Books In Clements Library RE
mu PAPERS BE Uf i S yl l ugs sso SK ATING R IV I Among the rare and valuable in America" published by her in
Studying children's literature and group this semester ims to deter- books preserved in the Clements 1744. Other early printers were roth
!children's habits as part of a proj- mine what mothers feel is the mostL the works of Mary Woll- Ann Catherine Green of Annapolis Ri
S Mct whereby to gain knowledge of necessary information that should and Mary Hinde of London.
jthe elementary school child and be shown on children's report Bright Colored Balloons M a k e stonecraft. She was the mother- One of the first maps of the
U LL rttl11 L~i 1what should be done for his bene- cards. A questionnaire was an- Brilliant Affair Of W. A. A. in-law of Shelley and one of the eastern coast of America found in Doro
fit and development, a group of swered in an attempt to effect re- Ice Party "advanced women" of her time. Bland's History of Virginia was chosen
AMONG MICHIGAN SPEAKERS members of the American Associa- vision of the state report card-- She was the reader and translator drawn by a woman. This was one fin the
ARE DR. ELLIOT AND tion of University Women has been system. of the publisher, Johnson, and in of William L. Clement's possessionswillta
DR. MANSON meeting for the past two years ANCY SKATING field of writing her most no-f as was also the imnpressions of banu
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DR. MNSON eetin forthe pst tw year To tudy ariou phass ofado- able orkIs "VidicatanssootheAmerianisoietyirittn 8in 838tctyoo
under the direction of Miss Edith lescent training and development, Bright colored balloons and gaily Rights of Women." toby ahrech oman, rit Mar- tants
DISCUSS OCCUPATIONS Bader. child from 4 to 13 years of bers of the A. A. U W. have dressed clowns made the skating There, also, are housed books tineau, whie she was traveling in!The
Te chl fm 4 an o rganized another study group, carnival given by the Women's printed by an early American the new country. graphi
age comes under the attention o1 following an extensive reading pro- Athletic association yesterday aft- woman. Among women pioneers, fCin
Wm en With Same Amounti heard several outside speakers on gram suggested by an outline fur- ernoon at the Coliseum a brilliant not only in the settlement of CORRECTION sonnel
Of EducWithSm Aont hadsalusidespaer" n'idb hoftoalEuaio-afi.Chlwn"netandad
Of Education" subjects such as Habit, and Illus- ished by the National Education- affair. The clowns entertaied and America but also in the field of been d
atrated Books for Children. lCommittee. Twelve parents and served the refreshments which business the Widow Franklin is The Daily ,erroneously stated in be dec
Assembling for a joint meeting A survey of report cards by the achers with problems concerning were hot dogs. well known. After the death of yesterdays issue that the A. A. U. memb
Awith the Personnel Research Fed- A------a b children from about 13 to 18 years Several fancy skaters also per- her husband, who was the brother W. offers one scholarship each the en
eration the National Vocational Women Fliers Show of age have met, and under the di- formed for the benefit of the skat- of Benjamin Franklin, she carried year. The A. A. U. W. offers two o-
'Guidance Association, the Associa- rection of Mrs. Ruth G. Fish, social ers. They were Sylvia Lee, Mary on his printing business in Rhode fellowships, one European and one I All
tion of Appointment Secretaries, Less Fear Tian en worker in the University hospital, Snyder, George Fraunberger, '29, Island. The Library contains "The international. The story also I eligib
and the Midwestern College Per- have exchanged ideas and contrib- and Carl Kleis. The clowns were Charter Granted by His Majesty stated that the Ann Arbor quota I mers
:sonnel Officers met on February . Women are taking up aviation in uted to discussion with material Elizabeth Whitney, '31, Esther La- Charles Second to the Governor for the million dollar fund is $30,- I o'cloc
23, in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Mar- increasing numbers and show less gained from book reviews. Rowe, '32, Louise Karpinski, '31, and his Company of the English 000, which is the state quota. Also Ange
garet Elliot, Assistant Professor of fear in the air than men, an arti- Actual cases of specific adoles- Adena Stahl, '31, and France Colony of Rhode Island and Provi- the $1,000 anonymous donation new
Personnel Management . in the cle in the Pasadena Star-News de- cents, normal and abnormal chil- Beuthien, '31. dence Plantation in New England was from Detroit and not, from near
School of Business Administration, lares. It says that women who dren, are studied in an attempt to Eleanor Cook, 31, a outdoor Ann Arbor.,! cordi
and Dr. Grace E. Manson, Re- have been tested by doctors before arrive at an understanding of phy- manager on the W. A. A. board was Mu
search Associate, in the Bureau of and after "unnerving stunts" have sical changes in children past the general chairman of the skate. In a recent vote taken among act
Business Research and the Bureau been found little affected by their pre-school age and t;e relation of Betty Healy, '32, had charge of IS Smith Graduate 500 women of Northwestern Uni- I Marc
of University Research, each gave exploit. proper eating and sleeping to these posters, Elizabeth Whitney, 31, re- versity, 20 said they consideredI lastz
papers at the convention. Women turn to aviation for sport changes; leisure activities, such as freshments, Marian McDonald, '30, Miss Anne Spencer Morrow, who! I essential to a happy life, play
"To meet the need for quantita- or employment. Two outstanding sports and games, amusements, publicity, Ethel Klandernian. '29, is engaged to marry the world's 52 refused to commit themselves, Iand
tive data on the occupational English aviatrices are Lady Heath and organizations; vocational in- tickets, and Dorothy Marshick, '30, best known bachelor, Col. Charles and 203 voted them distinctly a with
status of women, the Bureau of and Lady Bailey. Two years ago terests; religious development; programs. Jane Robinson. '31, an- A. Lindbergh, was graduated from luxury
,Business Research of the Univer- they established a record by climb- emotional adjustment; and the nonced the numbers as they were; Smith college with honors last
sity of Michigan, in cooperation ing 16,000 feet in the air in a light parents' problem. presented. June. At college she majored in
with the National Federation of machine. Last year Lady Heath - - English and wrote. many verses"'
Business and Professional Women's made a flight- from Capetown to COLLECTIONS IN UNIVERSITY MUSEUM which were published in the school
lclubs has been engaged in a study London, and Lady Bailey flew the papers. Last June she had the dis-
of the achievements of women in reverse distance alone. They were BRING MANY UNSCIENTIFIC VISITORS tinction of winning the Mary Au-
business and professions," says not nervous and .showed little gusta Jordon trophy for the most
,Miss Manson. "The occupational strain from their trips. Fossils of prehistoric mammals,I be the only one of its species which original piece of work.
ihistories of some fourteen thou- In several European countries irunusual birds in their natural sur- has been restored. Following these All of those with whom Anne
sand women have been used as the !flying schools for women have been ' roundngs. and bones etched by miniature ,models of old monsters, Morrow lived and studied for four
basis for this research," organized, notably in Russia. en two hundred thousand years which are arranged according to' years recall her as a shy girl with For
Influences On Earnings An instructor in one of London's ago are only a few of the interest- scale. an unusually charming manner V-h
Miss Elliot's paper, "Some Prob- flyig schools is quoted by the ar- ing exhibits awaiting even the Another exhibit is the evolution and a great deal of literary ability.fogy
hems of Occupational Classifica-- time as saying that the chief rea- most unscientific observer at the of the feet of a horse, nucch of A Smith college graduate, Miss
tion," centers around the me- son for women's indifference t* University Museums. Here, two which has been cast, but with a ,Olive StuB, who is at present en-
0chanics of research techniques aerial dangers is their lack of floors and the balcony are devoted few real fossils. Near the end of gaged in research in herpetologyVL
:tsed. Her paper introduced Miss imagination This is dangerous in entirely to displays, and are open the exhibit comes the evolution in the University Museums and 0 y
Manson's, "Educational Back- driving an auto, the instructor for the public, and family tree of man, showing who knew Miss Morrow while both IHer
ground and Occupational Progress; said, but an advantage in the air. The fourth floor is to be devoted old skulls and teeth the skeleton were undergraduates at Smith, P
Relationship between Education on the average, less working ex- to a teaching museum of zoology of a gorilla and that of a man; an disagrees with the writer, who i (wh
and Earnings." perience, she is receiving in every to illustrate biological principles. interesting table showing the de- a recent edition of The Daily ex- d
Some of the tendencies that were type of work higher median earn- This floor is only begun yet a few velopment. Busts which further pressed the opinion that Anne!
Sdiscovered are as follows: "The ings than these of the total group. specimens are already to be seen illustrate this development were Morrow was not a fortunate addi-
tearnings of women at each educa- Occupation Of Graduates 'Visiting the balcony, the observer restored by Dr. McGregor when he tion to the "We". family. "I would!
tional level rise as the population On the other hand, it seems that cannot help but be interested in was at Columbia University say, remarks Miss Stull, that
of the place of employment in- college women are not taking .ad- the various so-called habitat cases, Perhaps one of the most inter- we snd to a r, judinlly
Ireases." Median earnings appear vantage of their financial oppor- or cases of birds and mammals in esting exhibits, because of its age,t from my knowledge ofther and my
ito rise up to- fifty years of age or tunities. .There are relatively few their natural surroundings. One j is a great number of pieces of limb iro ns kofthe oloel."
*thirty years of experience, to re- of them in the higher paying kinds whole side of the balcony is to be bones with carvings made by man! imrssn o t ol bu-.
main on a plateau for about ten of work. Possibly the college filled with specimens of Michigan some on hundred thouand years sterfy. SM h is quit demurand u
iyears, and then 'tot decline rapidly. woman is less actuated by the need birds and the other with' mammals ago. These bones were found in eryiousie , demure, and
Education increases the optimal for money. "Perhaps the tradition' of this region. 'In the centre of caves in France and were scratch- I withal. And remembering her
years for work span." A third' of respectability around certain Ithe balcony will be cases of snakes, ed with flint and other crude im- fpperish ways, the girls
point is that education accentuates types of work has more influence' frogs, and shells.pdweet unfla
plements of bone and stone, and who knew her are beginning to G o o d y
the difference in amount of earn- over the college woman." Going down to the second floor is figures of deer, horses heads and wonder if maybe that isn't a new e
.dngs at the same age level. It was also revealed by this in- found the most complete exhibit, humans are clearly preserved.
Relative Amount Of Wages vestigation that although grade although even here many empty j In the centre of this second floor, gi md4
In comparing this investigation (school and high school women cases are yet to be found. This and apart from the plan of evolu- i .
, with one made among men, it was benefit financially by a business floor is planned by Dr. Case, direc- tion is a section of a bone bed!
g 'noted that men are receiving more course, college graduates do not. torof the; Museum of Paleontology I from Nebraska. This slab shows
money for the types of work in ~ to illustrate evolution from the the bones exactly as they were
which they are engaged than Girls consume more food than ! simplest fossils and lowest inverte- found and have been preserved all
women are in the work they have do men, is the report of a Nebras- brates through the various stages| these years. It is believed that a
chosen, when the amount of edu- kan lunch room. Checks paid by to man. In these cases following I herd or several herds of small
fcation is the same. Men with a women students average'-five cents their development' are fish, amphi- rhinoceroses were caught in a -
'Bachelor's degree earn the greatest higher than men's. Perhaps this is bians, frogs, turtles and old rep- quicksand, or overcome by a storm; 's'-
amount more than women with due to the' fact that men chose a tiles. One reptile called a lesmato- and their bones swept down some - -
lathe same education. Where both more nourishing and better-bal- suchus is being restored, and will river channel. sOc'tE
sexes have had only an elementary anced meal.- ss s
school education the difference in' X
earning capacity seems to be small. Subscribe to The Michigan Daily\
Although the college woman has, $2.25 for the half year.
Handsome <"o m
y Edmands Will Manage
flie Entrant Activities In
thy Edmands, '32, has been
to represent the rifle team
intramural competition that
ke place at the basketball
et. She will act in the capa-
a manager for the rifle en-
in the contest.
rifle team is firing a tele-
c meet with the University
cinnati this week. The per-
of the team has not yet
efinitely determined, but will
ilded upon in time for the
rs to fire sometime before
d of the week.
University women are I
le to try out for Mum- I
on Friday, March 7, at 4 I
k in the Alpha ,Nu room, f
11 Hall. Initiation for the I
members will take place I
the middle of March, ac-
ng to present plans
mmers will present a one- I
play before the end of I
h, it was decided at the I
meeting. The title of the I
is still under consideration I
will be announced later. I
the committees and cast.
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in . Hosiery cousider 't
ielf The new colors are
ned to match skin toaise
wetly. mgdern uot -S
sp ecal coetion of 0Y
*raJoe Goofus enters once again
-The Dean his wrath conceals-
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