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November 03, 1928 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DR. WU, FORMER MICHIGAN STUDENT,
IS NEW GINLING COLLEGE PRESIDENT'
Invitations have been received by residence at Martha Cook she mov-
the Barbour Scholarship commit- ed to Mrs. W. E. Goodale's on north
tee to attend the inauguration Ingalls street where she and Dr.
which takes place today of Dr. Yi- Ren established an apartment in
fang, Wu as president of Ginling time to receive her sister, Itsien
college, Nanking, China. Dr. Wu Wu, her cousin, Ya-sui Peng, and
came to Michigan from Shanghai Wei Chen upon their arrival from
in September, 1922, and was here China. The apartment for that
until the spring of 1928. She took year became not only a home but
her doctor's degree here last June. the social center for all Chinesej
Dr. Wu's special interest was bi- women students.,
ology, and she spent two summers "To the Cosmopolitan club Miss
at the biological station at Doug- Wu gave devoted service in promot-
las Lake in Cheboygan county. She ing understanding. In 1925 it was
had two years' residence in the suggested that the foreign students
Martha Cook building. hold a contest for selling the great-
Ginling college, of which Dr. Wu est number of tickets to Interna-
is being inaugurated president, is tional Night. Miss Wu won the
one of the best colleges for women contest.
in the Orient, and its work, which "The breadth of her interests
interrupted by recent political never relieved her from the re-
events, is now rapidly returning to spohsibility which she felt toward
normal. each Chinese girl. At one time dur-
Miss Grace Richards, who was ing her five year's residence here
a member of the Barbour scholar- a difficulty arose in connection with
ship committee and adviser of or- a Chinese student. It was taken
iental women for four years"dur- up by Yi-fang Wu as if it had been
ing Dr. Wu's stay here, pays the her own distress. She made avail-
following tribute to the character able time, money, and effort until
and achievements of this alumna: satisfactory arrangements were
"She was a fine, high-minded, in- achieved.
telligent woman, for some years re- "She was an excellent student-
garded as the most outstanding wo- conscientious, tireless. She was an'
man of the foreign group, and this excellent friend to Chinese and'
was due largely to the responsibil- Americans-devoted, faithful, and
ity which she took in shaping for- wholly honest, ever ready to ex-
eign interests. plain, to adjust, to interpret. She
"Her influence was felt in many was constructive in suggestion, un-
ways. Her two years' residence at prejudiced, understanding, and
Martha Cook gave her a central kind. We know that all she stood
position from which it radiated. ,for here will be expressed in her
With her friend, Dr. Cho Ren, who 'great opportunity at Ginling, and
was in residence there at the same we realize that she is one of China's
time, she did much to interpret at new noble women."
first hand the Orient to occidental The Barbour Scholarship com-
students. mittee is cabling congratulations to
"Her adaptability was{ shown Ginling college and to Dr. Wu on'
when at the end of her two years' their mutual good fortune.

CAMPAIGN FOR FUHNDS
INCLUDESCARD SALE'
Will Feature New Chinese Paper
For Wrapping Packages
This Year
AIM EXCEEDSLAST YEAR;
As a part of the undergraduate
campaign for funds being carried
on by the League, a committee
headed by Frances Novy '31 is
turning the approaching Christmas,

Betty Smither Favors
Revise Point System
In commenting upon the amend-
ments to the point system recently
passed by the Executive board of
the Women's Athletic association,
Betty Smither '29, president of W.
A. A., states that "to make member-
ship in W.A.A. possible for a larger
number of women is a step that has
been contemplated for several
years. Only three years ago the re-
quirement for membership was one
hundred points. We are coming
close to the ideal when we deter-
mine that point systems shall never
be featured at the University of

season to account by beginning its Michigan.
annul sae o Chrstms cads. "Amendments such as those that
annual sale of Christmas cardsI, have just been adopted can't help
According to Miss Novy, the aim but develop the right sort of spirit.
that has been set for profits thisI A sample of real sportsmanship,
year is one hundred fifty dollars, by the way, can be seen exhibited
forty dollars more than was raised in this current hockey season.
last year through the sale of Managers, coaches, and teams can
Christmas cards. If the goal is be justly proud."
reached, that will mean a sale of-! senior, I count among my closest
three hundred dollars worth of associates the same people.
cards, since the Women's league
receives a fifty per cent commis- CORA COMMENTS
sion.

The cards are unusually attrac-
tive, according to those who have
seen the sample books. Mrs. Gut-
gesell of Minneapolis has furnished
the Christmas stock. A new sort of
Chinese paper for the wrapping of
packages is being featured this
year. Displays will be shown at
the various sorority houses this
week and next week, and the sale
will culminate at the Bazaar short-I
ly before the .Christmas holidays.
SOPHOMORES ARE URGED
TO TRY OUT FOR CIRCUS

DEDICATION OF STUDENT HOSTEL IS
REALIZATION OF WOMAN'S AMBITION.

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All women who are interested in
doing costuming or designing work
for the Sophomore Circus should
see Kathleen Clifford, '30, and
those who would like to help or-
ganize a "jazz" orchestra are asked
to get in touch with Jane Yearnd,
'31, at 21616.

ON TODAY'S GAME
Well, my dear, I'm all set to see
a really gorgeous game tomorrow.
I mean I think it ought to be a
truly thrilling one at least if it is
anything like last week's. I don't
know when I've been so positively
thrilled to death as I was at the
game last Saturday. The way our
men fought was actually inspiring
-I mean if I were a man I certain-
ly would have been filled with the
desire to get out and do something
bigger and better for our univer-
sity even though we did lose the
game.
But, my dear, I was simply
crushed when Wisconsin made that
touchdown. Nothing, absolutely
nothing, was able to revive my
spirits for the rest of the week end,
I was so disappointed to think we
had lost. But really, when I stop-
ped to think about it,'I shouldn't
have felt that way because our
team was really the best one. And
I just know that they are going to
put up an even better fight against
Illinois today, I meanI have a pre-
nominition or something that the
Illini team is going to have a lot of
real difficulty in winning the game
-if at all.

room." The walls of the rooms are
painted in delicate tints harmon-
izing with cretonnes for divan and
hangings. "If Madam Hoff's
daughter or granddaughter should
step into any one of these rooms
designed for the girls of all lands,
she would recognize the loving
touch of the founder in all the,
artistic appointments."
"Unique in Paris is the infirm-
ary! A student alone in Paris, ill
and with no-one to furnish neces-
sities or even to make an inquiry
will find herself transported, to
the infirmary of the Foyer Inter-
national, where there are doctors,
nurses, where special food will be
prepared in the diet kitchen close
by, and where the only fee for all
this comfort and professional care
will be the actual price of the food
consumed."
Except for the infirmary, the
Michigan League now under con-
struction will furnish the women
of this University with closely par-
allel privileges, making it evident
that the needs of college women
and the ideals of those people who
attempt to gratify their needs is
practically alike the world over. In
illustration of this point, there is
the easily observable similarity be-
tween the salle de conference, and
the Ethel Fountain Hussey lounges;
the salle de meditation, and the
League chapel; the bibliotheque
and our own Jessie Horton Koes-
sler Memorial library.

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