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Applications for the Ethel Mc-
Cormick Scholarships may now be
filed in the Undergraduate Office of
the League. Blanks for the applica-
tions are available in the office and
will be accepted through Saturday.
according to Charlotte Rueger, '37,
president of the League.
This is the second year that the
Ethel McCormick Scholarships have
been awarded and recipients of last
years awards were Elsie Pierce, Mar-
jorie Turner and Mary Ellen Heitsch.
The scholarships, which consist of
$100 each, are incorporated in the
Michigan League Undergraduate
Council Awards and are named to
honor the social chairman of the
Sophomore and junior women who
have a scholastic average of 1.7 are
eligible to apply for the scholarships
which are to be used in the junior and
senior years respectively. Qualifica-
tions for the awards are: ability and
leadership as exemplified in partici-
pation in women's activities which
are included under the merit system,
To Hold Check-Up
On Merit System
All sophomore, junior and senior
women are urged to check up on
their merit points as entered by the
merit system committee, according
to Rita Wellman, '37, chairman of the
committee. The times set for this are
from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday
and Friday in the Undergraduate of-
fice of the League.
The committee maintains an in-
dividual card file system of merit
.points. There is a separate card for+
every woman on campus and the
number of points which she has
earned through various activities+
throughout her every year on campus.
The accuracy of these entries is
checked annually by opening the files
to the women themselves.
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of Michigan and a member of Chi
Omega sorority. Mr. Sawyer attended
Oberlin College. He is affiliated with
Delta Theta Phi.
Mary Lou Traywick ,'37, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Traywick, of
Detroit, and William Rae Young, Jr.,
'37, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Young,
of Lawton, were married in the Mich-
igan League chapel Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Mr. Young is a member of Phi Kappa
Phi, honorary fraternity.
Another wedding to take place re-
cently was that of Margaret McOm-
ber and Walworth R. Slenger, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Slenger, of
Oak Park, Ill. The service was read
Feb. 12, in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. McOmber, of
Ann Arbor. Elizabeth McOmber, sis-
''er of the bride, attended as maid of
honor and Edward Adams, Jr., '37, of
Ann Arbor, served as one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Slenger will make
Preuss To Address
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the polit-
ical science department will speak in-
formally on "The Spanish Revolution
and International Law" at the first
graduate luncheon of the second se-
mester, which will be held at noon'
tomorrow in the Russian Tea Room
of the League.
Miss Jeanette Perry is in charge
of the series of weekly luncheons,
which are open to all graduate stu-
their home in Ypsilanti. Mr. Slenger,
'39M, is a member of Phi Chi fra-
The engagement of Peggy Ruth
McConkey, '37A, daughter of Prof.
and Mrs. George McDonald McConkey
of Ann Arbor, to Rodney W. DeVore,
'35E, of Pittsburgh, was announced
Sunday at a tea given by Miss Mc-
R. Sherman Family
Returns To Ann Arbor
Prof. Jackson R. Sherman of the
forestry school and Mrs. Sharman
and their sons Jack and Lewis, have
returned to Ann Arbor after having
traveled since June.
They toured Europe with a party
and then traveled in their ear, visit-
ing 14 countries during their stay
abroad. However, they spent most of
their time in Germany.
Conkey's parents. Mr. DeVore is a
member of Tau Beta Pi, and Miss
McConkey is affiliated with Alpha
Alpha Gamma, honorary architec-
character, good scholarship and need.
All applications must be turned in
two weeks before the League Instal-
lation Banquet, March 22, at which
time the recipients of this years
scholarships will be announced.
Applicants will be interviewed by
the Executive Board of the Under-
graduate Council. Final decisions,
based on the recommendations of the
board, will rest with the council it-
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