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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1930

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GRADUATE WOMENI
MAY BE ELIGIBLE!
FOR FELLOWSHIPSi

Miss Parry of
Has Detailed

Dean's Office
Information

on Awards.
SEVENTEEN AVAILABLE
Fellowships Cover Many Fields
of Study in This Country
and in Europe.
Many graduate women on this'
campus are eligible to receive fel-
lowships which are very much
worth while, according to Miss
Jeanette Perry, of the Dean of Wo-
men's office, who is in charge of
student loans. She has detailed in-
formation on many of them which
she will be glad to give to anyone
Who is interested.I
In general the fellowships range I
from $1500 to $2000, and cover
many fields of study. Advanced
graduate standing is usually re-
quired, and certain definite obliga-
tions are incurred by any woman
who accepts one. The American
Association of University women
has charge of about fifteen fellow-
ships which they award to appli-
cants they deem eligible.
Some of these fellowships are
designed for work abroad, some for
foreign women students in Amer-
ica, and some for research where-
ver the recipient desires. Certain
of them may be awarded only to
women in a designatedesection of
the United States and others may
be used only in certain universi-
ties.c
In addition to those offered
through the A. A. U. W., there is a
fellowship awarded by Pi Lambda
Theta, honorary fraternity for wo-
men in education, which is given
to some woman who is doing re-
search in education. There is also
an available fellowship offerec
by the alumnae association of Miss
Abbott's School, which is handled
by Pembroke College of Brown uni-
versity, and which may be used for
study in this country, abroad, or
for independent research.
CHINESE COUPLE
ARE MARRIED IN
LEAGUE CHAPEL
Because the bride's gown had not
yet arrived from China, the most
unusual wedding held in the
League this summer had to be
postponed a day. Although the
wedding was that of a Chinese
couple, the civil service was used
and performed by a justice of
peace. The bride wept continuous-
ly throughout the ceremony and
the festivities afterwards. In the
garden, pictures of the party were
taken singly and i groups to send
back to relatives and friends in
China. Japanese and Americans
as well as Chinese attended, and
after the ceremony, had tea in the
Alumni room of the League.
Like the Little Church around
the Corner, the Michigan League is
a popular place to get married.
Weddings range from elaborate af-
fairs to very simple services. The
Chapel is used for this purpose on
an average of once a week, accord-

DR. BELL ACCORDS HIGH STANDING
TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION SCHOOL1
I the salaries that are paid to ex-
perienced teachers range from
$1,400 to $2,200. We have graduated
about 75 students and are more
than proud of our alumnae. Ger-
maine Guiot, Director of Physical
Education at the University of
Southern California, is one of our
graduates and so is Elizabeth Mur-
phy, Physiotherapist at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Hospital. Mrs.
DeWindt, who was Ruth Dunbar,
was supervisor of physical educa-
sion in the Grand Rapids schools
before her marriage.
"The girls enrolled in the Phys-
ical Education Department have
always been leaders of their classes
and we have a higher than average
sl quota of senior honor students,"
said Dr. Bell. "The courses of study
offered make a suitable foundation
for advanced work in other lines,
especially summer camp work, cor-
rective gymnastics and p u b li c
nealth work.

MODELS MUST HA
AS WELL AS BEA
"Women? No, I can't tell you
very much about women models,"
Carlton W. A n g e 11, University
Sorority, Independent Women sculptor, who has his studio on the
Are Urged o Enter top floor of the museum, said
Tournament. thoughtfully. "Most of my models
1are men. When it comes to wo-
IS FIRST CAMPUS MEET men, well, I'm afraid my ideals are
too high," he laughed. "I wonder,
sometimes, where they get all the
Archery enthusiasts will be given beautiful women we see on the
an opportunity the first of next stage and screen."
week to try their skill in an archery "But, of course," he added quick-
tournament. In both golf and ten- ly, "Beauty must have character,
inis, tournamentsare being con- too. I can't do'a really fine piece
nise torantws dcddb h of work, I don't think any artist
ducted and it was decided by the can, from mere beauty. Character
Women's Athletic Association to ( makes a great difference. The in-
afford archery players the stimulus spiration for a work of art comes
of competition. from the life and feeling in a mod-
All sororities are asked to send elrand not from the features or
the ame oftwogirs wom heyform. There are lots of people who
the names of two girls whom they ( would look well, in, say, a hotel
plan as their representatives to lobby, and would not do in a salon
Miss Dettler at Barbour Gymna- or an art gallery.
sium. Independents are urged to "'It's that, the character of a
unite and send two girls to repre- person, that often makes a piece
sent thelnaguehouseinwhich theyof work difficult," he went on. "It
ieittheeaeousfinwtheyrltakes me much longer to do a per-
live. With the names of the girls, son whom I know well. Thast's odd,
the competing groups are asked to snintiwo u nwwe el nwTa' l h
send the time that is most con- isn't it? But when I know all the
venient for the playing of the little characteristics and oddities
match, Further particulars for the that go to make up the whole, I'm
turnament will be posted in the not so easily satisfied with the re-
Daily Official Bulletin. production of his features in clay."
Often after a model has gone,
WYVERN PLANS MEETING Mr. Carlton says, he tears the
whole thing down and begins a-
gain, trying to get into the work
Members of Wyvern, junior hon- the impressions that he has been
orary society, will hold their first absorbing while the person was
meeting of the semester at 9:30 there, sitting in front of him. "I
o'clock tomorrow morning in the almost always do my best work af-
League building. Katherine Koch, ter a model has gone. Sometimes
'32, president, wishes every mem-_-_
ber to be present. ..

VE CHARACTER
UTY, SAYS ANGELL
it just comes suddenly-the effect
I want," he smiled, and added, "It's !
a hard thing to explain."
When asked why he did not do
some of the women celebrities on
the campus, as well as the prom-
inent men, ne answered very earn-
estly, "Well, why not? I would like
to. There is one woman I'd like
very much to do, Mrs. W. D. Hen-
derson. I should think it would
be a fine thing for the women of
this University to place a bust or
a plaque of Mrs. Henderson in the
lobby of the League in recognition
of her services."~
ANNOUNCE PLEDGING
Delta Gamma announces the
pledging of Sarah Jane Goodale of

RIFLE PRACTICES
ARE SCHEDULED
EVERYTUESDAY
Rifle practice is being held at
4 o'clock every Tuesday afternoon
at the Women's Athletic Building
under the ditection of Captain
Custis, instructor of riflery. This.
class is for experienced marksmen
and all girls who have had practice
in shooting are invited to join.
There is also a class being held
at 4 o'clock every Tuesday after-
noon for beginners at the sport. No
experience is necessary to join this
group. Anyone who is interested
need only report at the Women's
Athletic Building at the above time
and receive expert instruction in
shooting.
PERMANENTS
ii $4 $6 $8 i

Dr. Margaret Bell.
"Among the schools of Physical
Education in this country, the one
that we have in the University of
Michigan is rated as one of the
finest by educational authorities,"
stated Dr. Margaret Bell, physician
at the Health Service, and advisor
to women in physical education, in
a recent interview.
"There are few prominent schools
in this field," she continued, "and
the University of Michigan since
the founding of the Physical Edu-
cation school in 1922 has supplied
a growing demand for efficient
teachers in this line."
"At present there is a greater
demand for teachers than there
are graduates," she went on, "and
Architectural Group
Elects New Officers
The election of new officers was
the chief activity carried on at the
first meeting of Alpha Gamma
Gamma, women's national honor-
ary professional architectural sor-
ority, held Tuesday evening in the
lounge room of the Women's
League building. The following were
elected: Marie Frederick, '31, presi-
dent; Dorothea White, '31, vice-
president; Josephine Mainous, '31,
secretary; and Julia Mae Conlin,
'31, treasurer.
Plans for future meetings were
also discussed. Each member is to
speak at the meetings throughout
the year on various phases of their
work, especially in decorative de-
sign. On November tenth the so-
ciety is entertaining a special
speaker sent out by the Wall Paper
Association of the United States,
Mrs. Chrystine Button Carter, an
internationally known interior dec-
orator and lecturer.
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Fellowship Committee
Adds Six-New Members
Six new appointments have been
made to the World Fellowship com-
mittee of the Women's League by
Janet Michael, '31, chairman. The
American students on the com-
mittee are Isabel Rayen, '31, Jessie
Winchell, '31, Janet Hankinson, '31,
Harriet Townshend, '31, Harriet
Adams, '32, and Joada Day, '31. The
list of foreign women who are in-
cluded on the central committee
has not been completed.
The above group will meet next
week to decide on the season's social
program and the other activities
World Fellowship committees us-
ually performs.

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Have you seen he
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Austrian cards you so
dearly love.

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Wave (short hair) . $1.25
M arcel ................75c
Shampoo (short hair)...SOc
Thinning or Trimming. .50c
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Cozy, cold-weather comfort
in youthful all-weather style
Cris winds sing a warning; of colder days to
come. Here is a new Fall Walk-Over that with-
stands the nipping frost. It is built to last, yet
it has a clinging glovelike solftness. It is imartly
tailored with the newest of Fall touches, a con-
trasting leather trim. It has genuine Walk-Over
cold-weather comfort and genuine Walk-Over all-
weather style.
At the left. BOLERO, in Black Platinum Calf-
skin with Gray Lizard trim, or Spanish Brown
Calfskin with Watersnake trim.

Burton s

Walk-Over Shop .
Ann Arbor, Michigan

115 South Main Street

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Undeniably Flattering -
The "Off-the-face" Hat

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Thursday, Friday and Saturday
The Greatest Manufacturer's Advertising
Toilet Goods Sale in the History of This City.
Genuine csu
A marvelous new Perfume by Maison Andrae
Buy this $3 Bottle
of Wonderful __ ACIW
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Fall
Shoes j
Now . . . right when you are
wanting new footwear comes this
timely selling . . . Never before
have you had the oportunity to
purchase such footwear as this
selection offers.

98c

Narcissus De Luxe Face Pow-
der perfectly exquisite. Ad-
heres beautifully and imparts
that youthful complexion.

This Beautiful Strand of
"RITZIE" PEARLS FREE
with each set purchased.
You'll Love Them

Autumn
Smartness
We are making the new Suede
and "Kitten's Ear"h(a soft body
hat made of antelope fur) mold-
ed on the head and in any color.
$10.00 up
Ready-made models, exact copies
of Agnes and other famous de-
signers.

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Short vamps
Long Vamps

(Get This $2 Box Exquisite Face
Powder and a Strand of Genuine
"Ritzie" Pearls
The World's Most Popular
Perfume comes in a beautiful
Gift Package. Ideal for both
personal use and gift giving.
Never before have such wonderful products been sold at this price. This sale is made pos-
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