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T 14 I i ! V i CIA I l 3 A


1930 TLY1 L L\ %l L1 tYANT fAY






and Comforts

. So f Lr as the attitude of the stu- imor'eexemntlaiud -
dents is concerned," stated Dr.
aV:t j Willard L. Sperry, dean of the Har- wards life, and wants to try things
, ' r 'ardk ishoov8- c, Th4o iy. as-I oodfor bdims el eewhthar thiy
Admittance Application Bladiks ing the question of whetther reli are good or bad. I believe that this
____"__ 'wto be Distributed Soon, gion was on a decline in colleges is a more hardworking generation,
,after his lecture on the ecline of and that a spirit of thoughtfulnes&
Inez V. Bozorth Paints Picture - Says Miss Bozorth. Religions, "there is more interest courage, and increasing seriousness
of Mosher-Jordan Halls "' inreligion on American university as to what college stands for is
as Home for Girls. WILL ACCOMODATE 450 campuses than ever before in the manifesting itself.
asubject. There is a more sympa All these facts are ultimately on
SInquiries, are received daily at'thetic intellectual interest in th the side of religion, although fhi
TO HAVE KITCHENETTES the office of Inez V. Eozorth di-general type of phenomena, al- iindividual himself may not recog.
rector of the new women's dormi- though less sympathy probably ex- nize them as such. Some men have
Doorways in Hlalls and Plaster tory hall, from girls who ant toists with the organized types of the makings of religion in them,1
e s g e i , s o l n u d ovBalu adelive in the dormitory when it i existing religion, its formalonhtb trdo un ke t he a eahe ais
ustrades to Separate Opened in September. is hereditary side, and less nro l religious since they are afraid
proal that definition will set them apartI
Roomns into Groups. Miss Bozorth announces. in ans- piety of the traditional type than in
wer to these queries, that plans ars gone by. fi
By F. E. C. he yt"There is, however, a promise of a more accurate description of re-I
By . E C.,. whereby students will be admitted 1iinta w o ae
None of the 450 students who will to the new dormitory are not as better 'religious understanding in i lgion than we nownhave
the undergraduate minds of today. Inivaeyondintttos
occupy the Mosher-Jordan halls ---yet completed, although it has beenhgda cInprit tesupont'd
when they are opened next Sep- tentatively suagested that 20 of The average student is rather m- icompared with state-supported
tember will complain that being a Above is pictured the artist's conception of the fiinished appear- the 450 dornmitory residents shall patient of the religious institutions colleges, a quiet revolution on the
dormitory resident is too much like ance of one of the living rooms in the new women's dormitory, now be graduate ystudents, 100 seniors, ihe has known, and is inclined more Iwhole has been going on. Compul-
under construction near Palmer field. A book-nook is embodied in 100 juniors, 100 sophomores, and often to want to escape from the sory religious requirements are be-
livigrina ht e ry gr nhethe bay window shown on the left side of the room, near the fIre-place.' 130 freshmen. eligious ideas he was taught in ing done awa with and olun
Assurance that every girl in the J __ _ _ ____is___ __ ____ forms of religious exercises beingI
dormitory will have not only ad- .--Application blanks for dormi- his youth.
vantages of comfortable surround- girls in the afternoon. Members dormitory must be. Rules will be, tory residence are now in the hands My general feeling is that, for - substituted. For instance, I believe
ings, but those of social living as may have guests for afternoon tea, made only as they suggest them- of the printers, it is announced doroe tst ntth are numbered. Religion in privately
well,'is to be gained by conversa- or may congregate in intimat selves for purposes of convenientand will be ready for distribution recedig genatin. He endowed and sustained institu-
tion with Miss Inez V. Bozorth, di-- community living. Coroperation and within a few days. They will be ob- tions will become what it already
rector. Although the actual site of groups fg chatty talks. Kitchen- friendliness will be the cornerstone tamable at the office of the advis- has more intellectual courage, a is in state universities, except that
the building is still a confused maze ettes (which also kill be outfitted of our home," she said. ers to women. there will be voluntary chapel for
of construction machinery and as "pressing rooms", where the Born in Oregon. A buletin is being prepared which rthose who desire it. Harvard has
moulds for soncrete pouring, and girls can iron out dresses will b Miss Bozorth was born in Oregon.: will give complete information re- [ U UIhad voluntary chapel for over 45
the architects' blueprints are a still 'I She graduated from the State Col- igarding the building. It is expected years, and it has been well attend-
more confusing array of criss-cross provided on each floor, and mem- I lege of Oregon in 1915, receiving , that the pamphlet will pe printed d" ed."
inMi Bzrhardyvua-bes will be permitted to use these thedgreobahlrf ine early in February. It wll contain ( (
izes the dormitory as it will be kitchenettes for brewing hot choc- in home economics. During her se- an official and exact description ofy
when furnished and occupied. olate or baking warm waffles on an nior year, Miss Bozorth acted for the physical aspects of the dormi--arvard Chemistry,
whn Visualizes Structure. electric hot plate. 1 six months as student manager of , tory. Speak
Visualies tur Sun-rooms and Guest Rooms, the Oregon Tea Room, which was Pending distribution of the bulle- Delegates in Hurry to Attend Professor to Speak 1
new building with its director s Miss Bozorth points with pride organized during the San Fran- tin, the following general facts re- Coming Naval Conference od on Ox a i I
new bd th i iro is to the sun-rooms shown on the cisco Exposition to demonstrate garding the nature of the struc- , at Londoonay.onOxidation
ion through the completed Stine- blueprints. Two of these rooms, + the work in home economics being i ture have been announced. The
tion throughe thes comletedo sruc opening on elevator lobbies, are 1o- I carried on at Oegon State College. iAsoatdPclDrJmeB.C at.pfsorf
ture. "I like this little book-mook cated on each of the three upper Later she took advanced courses in dormitory is to be of fireproof con- E uN A ssia ' e fi Dr. James B. Conant. professor of
off the living room," she says. "It floors. On each side -of the sun- , tttoto dacdcussi tuto hogot twl be GENEVA, Jan. 16.-The fifty organic chemistry at Harvard Uni-
of haweinroo, h as I losn eachfsieiaofPhelsun institutional management at the struction throughout. It will be eighth session of the council of the rItywl elvraletr In
stern exposure cing Pal- roors guest rooms are located, to University of Chicago and Univer- five stories high, not counting thest versity will deliver a lecture on
mer field, a comfortable window be used when the hospitality of the sity of Illinois. attic and the basement. Red brick League of Nations adjourned today; "Soe general considerations con-
beueseatsehsialt.f h it fIlios I Sm
ybathe sunset will be from this nook dormitory is extended to visitors. Following her graduation, Miss walls, in tapestry effect, will coveishortly after the deegats conven l- ning idaon reactions"entieh" t
,, The living quarters of the dormi- Bozorth was made instructors ineh ed for the morning meeting. Al- i
on autumn evenings?" tory members are to be divided in- foods and secretary of home econo the concrete skeleton of the build'- most everyone was in a hurry to meeting of the local section of the
When talking with Miss Bozorth, to small groups of rooms, each mics in Oregon State College. Dur- ing. The exterior is described by leave Geneva to attend the forth- American Chemical Society at 4:15 t
one can almost see the four living group to be separated from the ing the World War she acted as the architects, Malcomson and coming naval conference at Lon- o'clock this afternoon in room 303
rooms as they will be when com- others by doorways which will di- dietitian at two military hospitals. Higginbotham, of Detroit, as be- don.. . jChemistry building. The lecture is
pleted, with comfortable chairs ar- vide the long corridors into small and in 1919 and 1920 she manad Throughout the session of the
ranged conveniently about. Two sections. In these sections,which luchaoooofanlrgaptatin of the col- council, which was one of the open to all who are interested. f
of the living rooms, one in each will be something like reception ment store in Portland, Ore., where legiate Gothic style of architec- shortest in its history, it was ap-.ke
section of the building, will be halls, plaster balustrades will fur- more than 1,200 persons were serv- ture. parent that the members were pre- I field of organic chemistry paticu- t
characterized by formal appoint- ther serve to dispell any suggestion ed daily. ' Sunken gardens are to be placed occupied with the coming London larly for his work in the quanuita i
ments. Here, the more formal so- of the long, dreary corridors which Miss Bozorth accepted the posi front of the dormitory and en- conference and wished very much tive study of organic reactions, i e
c-l events will be enjoyed. The are often associated with dorn'- ion as assistant professor of homey nd to avoid any subject which might radicals, and the reduction and ox- a
two other living rooms will be in- tories. Each group of rooms lI economics and director of dormi- . trance to the building will be over give rise to conflict and delay their idation of organic compounds. 1
formal lounges, in which the dor- have a separate bath room and a is at the University of Montana j small footbridges which are to spaadjournment. Dr. Conant comes to Ann Arbor
nmitory members can play the piano separate telephone boothandthere in 1920, and remained there until the gardens. Projecting vings on Accomplishments of the council under the joint auspices of the l
and sing, or stretch comfortably on will be a buzzer n each room to she came to the University in 1924 the western side of the building session were three:I Univerty and the loal section of ,
leather davenports while reading cal the occupants to the telephonesto charge of the management of help to break the long lines of the Selectionf a committee of 11 to' the American Chemical society. P
class assignments. Between 15 and 30 girls will be ac- ithe Lawyer's club structure, and add .naterially to draft changes in the covenant of
t Cafeteria and Dining Rooms. commodated in each one of these __eachon__fthes its beauty. Dormer windows not the League of Nations to bring it in- i RIO DE JANIERO, Jan. 16-Bars 'E
The two sections of the dormi- groups of rooms. MOSCOW, Jan. 16- Eleven mil- only serve to improve the appear- to conformit with the Kellogg pact are a necessary adjunct of scenery {ji
tory will also have two dining All of the rooms save 12 will be (lion adult Russians have been additional head-room to the stir- and ban aggressive warfare alto- in attracting foreign visitors, says
rooms each. Two of these rooms, furnished for occupancy by two taught their A B C's in nine years, dent rooms on the top floor. 'gethei. Voting of a conference the official tourist agency here. It c
with headquarters adjoining serv- persons. The typical room will be 11 according to statistics of the "So- - Feb. 17 to consider a custons truce, has just published a magazine P
ing rooms, will be used as cafe- feet by 15 feet and 7 inches, and ciety of Down With Illiteracy." The bridal veil of the fatious a stage in the league's campaign to guide.t
terias for breakfast and lunch, so will be finished with wats of buff In 1897 only 22 er cent of Rus- Duchess of Richmsond, who gave reduce restrictions to international Excursion attractions are describ- C
that as the girls hurry to their plaster, tinted buff, and floor's of; sia's 150,000,000 people could read th~e historical ball on the eve of the trade. ed in Portuguese, English, and
early morning classes or rush in for combination tile and wood con- and write, says the society. The Battle of Waterloo, was borne by Agreenent to appoint a special I French. Directions for the trips to 1
lunch, they can quickly procure struction. latest data show that 55 per cent Miss Mary A. Guest, a great-gIeat- commission of three persons to de- Tijuca, Pao de Assucar and Corco- S
their meals, and be able to eat in Five Assistants. of the population now knows its granddaughter, at her wedding in termine rights and claims regard- vado in Portuguese make no men-
small informal groups. At dinner To assist her in the work of su- iletters. London recently. ing the Wailing Wall of Jerusalem. tion of alcoholic refreshmeits.
each evening, the tables will be pervising the dormitory, Miss Bo- -
more formally appointed, and there orth will have a staff of five assist-
will be regular table service. The ant directors, one of whom will be
four dining rooms will be utilized a dietitian. The other four will be I
for dinner, in order that all the social assistants. Miss Bozorth is at
members of the dormitory can eat present working with the archi-;
at the same time. tects and engineers on the detailsE
Further arrangements for light of the building. The details of stu- E AND
lunches throughout the day- Miss dent room equipment, to be taken
Bozorth has been long enough as- up within a few weeks, will require i
sociated with colleges, both as stu- considerable thought and study,
dent aid faculty member, to know she says.
that the one thing perhaps dear- "But I like the work, strenuous
cst to the heart of the typical co-ed though it is," Miss Bozorth declares.
is the opportunity for a cup of tea "I've always been fond of organiz-
or of hot chocolate at informal per- ing new projects, and I derive
iods-- are to be found in the dor- great delight from seeing the dor-
mitory. Service rooms will be lo- mitory grow from a set of plans into!
cated near each of the living rooms, a happy place- for many girls. I

Two Separate Exhibitions .Oits
and Water Colors, wil
be Displayed.
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art
assocation, two separate art ex-
hibitions will be on disla in the
galleries of Aumni Memorial hall
daily from Sunday, Januar y 19
through January 26. A display of
50 water colors by leading Ameri-
can artists is the first *of these,
while the other is a retrosyeive
exhibition of the works of the Iate
Max Bohm.
The water colors were selected
from the 1929 exhibition in 1ew
York of the American Water C,or
society and the New Yok Weer
Color club and ai'e circulated 'by the
American Federation of Arts.
Forty-nine artists, includn' Ar-
thur Beaumont and Sophie Mar-
ston Brannan, have contribit d.
"Storm Clouds" is the name which
Beaumont has given to hs aiWt
ing, while Sophie Marston Barni a
calls hers "Afternoon, DelaWre
Co., N. Y."
The water color show will be un
exhbition in the west gallery.
In the north and south galleries
are hung 24 of the paintings of
Max Bohm, all oils. The getei'r
part of Bohm's paintings are of the
sea, of docks and wharves and
ships, while several portrait studies
are included.
Some of the titles of the works
are: "Norsemen," "The Swing,"
"The Last Drop," "Gatheriig
Clouds," "The Poet," "Evening
Alone," and "An Old Wharf."
Bohm received his training fst
n the Cleveland Art school.-Hre t-
tended the Academie Julieh aaid
he Ecole de Beaux Arts in Pa is.
He has studied under taurens,
Guillemet ,and Benjamin Constant.
He has received numerous awards
for his works. which are repres nt-
d in the Luxembourg, 1aris; in
he Metropolitan Museum of Art
in New York City; in the Natioai
Gallery of Art at Washington; -d
t the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Murals of his hand decorat the
walls of the court house at C1ve-
According to Ernest H. Balles,
rofessor of drawing and paintig
m the College of Architecture, Max
Bohm ranks among the best of the
American painters. "His works ate
none of the flashiness -that fS so
haracteristic of modern painting
Professor ~arnes said, "but rlather
hey have the quiet charm of the
ld masters."
The north, south, and west gaj-
cries of Alumni Memorial hall ill
e open daily from 1:30 to 5
undays from 2 to 5 starting tzis

and tea will be served often to the "And a happy place is what thel
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