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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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REPORT FELLOWSHIPS Miss Hassinger Says Michigan Sports WOMAN ARE ASKED TO Dramatic Sorority BOARD OF GOVERNORSFlon
AVAILABLEJO_ WM EN "In spite of the fact that we the sports that you have here, bas- SIGN OUT CAREFULLY At a recent meeting of Sigma HOLDS FRT EMakin
have almost two thousand more ket ball, baseball, track, swimming, Delta Phi, national honorary dra Arbor
women enrolled in the University and golf. But we have no intra-D--ma sorority, the society, de- Quartet
Applications And Recommenda- of Minnesota than you have here mural hockey as this sport is re- In checking over the signing out sided to meet at luncheon at 12 The first meeting of the Board night i
tions Must Be Submitted By at Michigan, the management and served for interclass games only. slips for October, the House Or- o'clock Tuesday, November 27, at of Governors of the Michigan Beethov
January 1 organization of women's athletics "One comparatively new sport ganization committee of the Wo the Cozy Corner Tea ioom to dis- League building was held at 11 recognit
on the two campuses is much the that you don't have here on this ,'clocyesh cuss plans for the eai.'nationa
ILL POST DESCRIPTION same," was the statement of Miss campus that we've had for about men's League has found almost pso e a met before yesterday morning in the
WIL PS ECITO iThe society has not mteo mmtteromofteIoensWeek.
lRuth Hassinger, instructor in phy- four years at Minnesota is horse- innumerable mistakes; Elizabeth this year but they will now start committee room of the Women's The
Announcement of the fellow- sical education, who graduated shoe pitching or quoits. We've only I Wellman, '29, chairman of the their work, according to Vera Athletic building. All the members to term
ships made available by the Amer- I from Minnesota two years ago. had quoit tournaments up there Board of Representatives states. Johnston, '29, president of the or- of the Board were present t the of thea
ican Association of University Wo- "First of all, in women's athle- for about four years and they are These mistakes are due largely to ganization. (meeting. fifth an
men for the year 1929-1930 has re- tics at Minnesota comes our big extremely popular. We don't have taking
mencarelessness, 9it-is3thought.-The officers for this year are:
PresidentessneVeratiJohnsont., '9Vc-The members of the Boardoftkn
cently been received by Miss Grace inter-class games," she continued. bowling alleys at Minnesota, andPresident, Vera Johnson, 29; Vice- Governors are: Mrs. Arthur N ental to
Richards, chairman of the Ad- "All of those are held outdoors just as all women interested in prac- It should be remembered that President, Lillian Setchell, '30, Sec- Vanenbrg residen. Afthe mately
visors of Women. Practically all as late as the season permits, but ticing or playing at all have to go the slips are to serve a purpose retary, Florence Watchpocket ', Alumncrg, president of the 500 A
of these fellowships are available!as it gets colder much earlier up down town to do it, this sport is and that they should be carefully and Treasurer, Elizabeth Mc- dlumnae council, Mrs.WW.nD.aHsn-gomyne r
sh ullyfiitly satdersote Au na e cutcive Mscret a oft e ona
only to women having at least a there we're generally glad to start considerably handicapped. and legibly filled out. Women Curdy, '29. Alumnae xcunil, s. Wilam C.h appeara
bachelor's degree, and applications playing them inside after the first "W. A. A. at Minnesota is parti- should definitely state where they Elct Housn, Mrs. Ms. Wikler Re of Euro
and recommendations for them of November. Outdoor sports are cularly active, but so many of our are going, should put their classHo AsA EewtsNetoMr'n, Mrs. "lrc tury of
must be received not later than especially popular up at Minnesota women live in the twin cities, and numerals in the column provided} *ack, Dr , Mar ElliotMi Three
Ja 1 192.and I've had some wonderfully go back and forth every day, that for them, should be careful to sign P l t M aGace, Dr. Margaret Elliott, Miss
Andsriteao flthrilling times playing in ice- a large proportion of them don't in when they return, should put yreidentdof thy W e , 'au, QAolf
A descr d t variosfe- 'hockey games on the rink we have have the time to spend on campus down their address when 'they nh'hon,
Spin back of our gymnasium. You activities they would have if they1 town for over night, and At a recent meeting of the W. ,Cy ins, 29, Margaret mb
the bulletin boardiin Barbour don't have ice-hockey for women had the afternoon and evenings should not use nick-name, Miss A. A. evecutive board, Helen Do- BMbcock,old30, and Eleanor Cooke,av
gymnasium, and Miss Richards1here do you? to spend in games and meetings. Wellman declared. mine, '31, was elected to fill the th
will be glad to give any addition- hockey in snow about a foot thick but really, W. A. A. has the same The committee feels that a good position of publicity manager President Clarence Cook Little o
al information that may be desired "I remember one night playing number of actively interested many girls are not signing out and made vacant by the resignation of atmlunche we ey w the The y
as to the method of application. when we had to use a red ball in members at Minnesota as it does are not observing the League, the manager who was elected by at luncheon, when they were the Thep
There are no application blanks, order to be able to see it at all. It at Michigan. Many outdoor ac- housing rules, for there is oftena a the board in the spring elections e f
utr applction mhi be made bym ~was just freezingly cold too, and tivities are planned through W. large discrepency between the last year. to.
ltter ontellchairmanDofthescom-we were all so bundled up that we A. A., and some are extremely number of girls signing out and Miss Domine ,has had consider- Mi. No 6
mittee on fellowships Dr. Agnes L could hardly run. The game al-popular, such as tobagganing and the number living in the house. If able experience in the field of ath-M Tailors non tr
lgers, Bry a wrco m e ac-Themost ended in a riot, but it cer- skiing parties. this occurs for November, an ef- letics. She has received her nu LADIES' COATS RELINED alinco
tainly was fun," she added and "We haven't, or we didn't have fort is to be made to check up on merals in several sports, and sne OUR SPECIALTYEert; Qt
t eanird by acertificate fromher eyes danced at the memory. two years ago when I was there," it. The committee is also going has worked for one year in the ORK GUARANTEE Allegro
r aae registrar of the college from "Our intramural -tournaments she concluded, "anything like the to talk to the residents of the women's sports department of The
which the applicant holds a de- are managed by the students facilities for indoor athletics that houses where there seems to be a Daily. The publicity manager of Erun po
gree; by testimonials as to the themselves with only the supervi- you have here at Michigan in your large number of faults in the slips the athletic association is respon-g
health, character, and scholarship sion and occasional help of a new Women's Athletic building. in order to clear up any misunder- sible for the posters, newspaper
of the applicant; and by theses tnig htnesae~ t.?//,lil."
papes orpportsn; inv ytesg, member of the staff of the physi- However, I think we do enjoy and standings that may exist. The slips publicity, and also for specialties
papers, or reports of investiga- cal education department, and get more fun out of our activities supposed to be in use are those which aid to keep W, A. A. in the
are specified. they include contests in almost all we hold outdoors." hus Tesla and these may upuicbain eye._AsA._h
Three Are Open To A. B.'se t Martha kLeads e at the League ofice in Bur-' Subscribe for the Michiganensian
'Three of the fellowships are:IM rh Cook LeaOpsne bour gym. now. It costs only $4.00. 331anr
open to women holding only a i.Cora Op nes 330 MaydS
bachelor's degree. These are the Tr-Deltas At Half 'ul 11UtIlltlplimmmlllmmmmmmmm 1mmmmmm i
Margaret E. Maltby fellowship Well, my dear, the football sea- -
which carries an award of $1,500, son closes today for the year. Isn't
the Boston Alumnae fellowship, of .At the half of the semi-fir.al that sad? I mean I am really sor-$elatnSo
$1,ooo, aind the Southwest Central game in the intramural tourna- ry that there won't be any more1 - r st .Lunneon oerore tne gami
Sectional fellowship of $1,500. . ment, Martha Cook ;was leading until next fall because I do enjoy- o psear
One fellowship, the Northwest Delta Delta Delta, 5 to 0. The win- football even when it might be!c
Central Sectional fellowship, is better than it has been on this Dinner after the game.. .4
available to a holder of a bache- ning team will meet Zeta Tau campus this year. However, I
lor's degree who has also com- Alpha tomorrow morning at think our team really deserves a Choose a New Crystal Skirt
pleted at least one year of gradu-- eleven o'clock on Palmer field to lot of credit, as I've said before, ~
ate study. The other fellowships I play off the final match. and next year we'll show every- and a Novel Knt designedTRY
are open only to holders of higher At the hockey banquet Thurs- one whether or not Michigan can Sweater or a Jersey Dress pop
degrees. play football. -1
The Sarah BerlinerResearcht, it was not possible to But really, my dear, I hope w I1=lularly priced.
and Lecture fellowship is available present the cup to the winning win today especially, because what
for research in physics, chemistry, iteam as bad weather had made with all the old grads and every-
ar biology, rnd is open to Ameri- the playing of the final matches body here 'to see the game, it -....Putting the Fashionabl
can women holding the degree of impossible. Out of fourteen play- would be too bad if we lost, I mean
Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of ing days this fall, on only seven it actually would, don't you think New Showing of Selected ....it is smartly dresse
Science, or having equivalent of them was the weather suitable so too? And I hope we win for = 4Christmas Novelties
preparation. for hockey games. still another reason and that i =N-
Is Award In Public Health that all those people who are loyalw/-
By the terms of the Mary Pem- for by an award of $1,500 made enough to Michigan to bet on our EDR e d V ,/
berton Nourse Memorial Fellow- available as the A. A. U. W. Eu- team-if loyalty is what inspires
ship, candidates must possess a ropean fellowship, which is open them to bet-really deserve to win-
bachelor's degree and must also to any woman holding a degree something on the risk they are New Shipment of $10.00 and $16.50 Dresses
have completed a minimum of who has completed all the require- taking. And those people who bet
either two years of graduate study1 ments for her doctor's degree with on the other team-I refer to the = Smart style is only one of the feat
tending toward public health the possible exception of the com- Michigan men who bet for Iowa- shoes-others are the Archtone
work or two years of practical pletion of the dissertation. really ought to lose if anyone does. _."" _ishmeoverstheaous la l
work in the field of public health. The A. A. U. W. International! Of course, that isn't the funda4r4 4 44 mt 4 made over the famous last-th
The award is $1,500, and may be fellowship confers an award of mental reason for my wanting the sound foot comfort-while the q
used for any work along the lines $1,500 which enables the holder to team to win. I want them to win 201 E. Liberty St. Phone 4977 = terials used-give the satisfacto
of public health work which shall carry on a year's research in some just on general principles, I meanR Cs s
be approved by the committee. country other than her own dur- for the glory of Michigan, and ev- ed Cross shoes are moderatel3
Research in Europe is provided ing the academic year 1929-30. erything. .li ll i ll llI[l i nl$10.50 and $11.

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ey Quartet .
ves Last Concert
its final bow to Ann
diences, the Flonzaley
layed a concert last
ill Auditorium mostly of
and of Schubert, in
that this week is being
observed as Schubert
nzaley Quartet decided
te its career at the close
son 1928-29, its twenty-
versary, and is therefore
farewell trans-contin-
It has made approxi-
0 appearances in nearly
can cities and educa-
titutions, and over 500
es in the principal cities
in the quarter of a cen-
existence.
f the members of the
which is composed of
etti, first violin, Alfred
Sond violin, Iwan D'Ar-
violoncello, and Nicolas
violo, have been playing
since its foundation in
. E. J. De Coppet.
gram last night consist-
following numbers: Bee-
uartet in B. flat, Op. 18,
gro con brie, Adagio, ma
, Scherzo, Adagio (La-
), Allegro quasi allegro;
loch: Pastorale; Schu-
-et in G. Major, Op. 161,
olto moderate, Andante,
noto, Allegro vivace, Al-

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