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THE MICHIGAN DAILV

ALUMNAE COUNCIL S
Award Ap.
By BROOKE TOMPKINS
Applications for Alumnae Coun-
cil scholarships will be out before
spring vacation, according to Mrs.
Alison Tenant Myers, alumnae
secretary.
Several scholarships are avail-
able for students, both through
the Council and local branches of
the alumnae organizations.
Three major scholarships are
available for the next school year
under the Alumnae Council en-
* dowments. They are the Alice
Crocker Lloyd, Mary Louisa Hins-
dale, and Laurel: Harper Seeley
awards.
Established In 1936
-Daly-Robert Kanner The Lloyd fellowship, established
in 1936, provides $750 every other
So says the leading man in the year for a woman graduate in any
tation of "Janus" which begins accredited college or university. It
sohn Theatre, may be used by a University grad-
uate for work in any school, or by
a graduate of another campus for
lose Season graduate work at the University..
Several awards from the Seeley
" G )fund are awarded each year,
Ion of anus amounting to $200 each. They are
available to both graduate and
undergraduate women, although
presentations are selected by audi- undergraduates are given prefer-
tions of University students and ence.
The Hinsdale scholarship was
local residents. "Janus" Is the established in 1947 to "encourage
fisth presentation of the season. and assist the girl who is rich in
This hs eennthe group's most talents but poor in purse." It is
cetousesonl., ancialopen to undergraduate single
cording to fleusel. women who are wholly or partially
Y R's T o Take U. ofM. Gilbert a
Active Part,
H .MS P
In campaigns H
The First Convention of the
Michigan Federation of Young CO X A
Republican Clubs is pledging itself
to a role of active participation in MARCH 13, 14
this fall's local Congressional and Tickets $1.00 Thursday,
Representative campaigns. On Sale at Admi
Last weekend representatives
from the Young Republicans Clubs
in the State of Michigan congre-
gated in Lansing and disposed of
preliminary organizational prob-
lems. Each represented club was NO WN
alloted a certain number of votes
according to how the club was
classified - small, medium, or
larThe principal business attendedW
to was the drawing up. of a consti- "Maria Schell is a wond
tution, which stressed group co- It is no wonder she was
operation, and the election of p award at Cannes for thi
officers. Henry Kerr, '59, of the
University was elected Chairman; P
Nancy Williams of Michigan State
University, Recording Secretary;
Dennis Connelly, also from MSU,
Vice-Chairman; Charles Baler,,
Eastern Michigan College, Cor'es- i h
ponding Secretary and Robert
Mitz, Albion College, Treasurer.
Lawrence B. Lindemer, Chair-
man of the Republican State Cen-
tral Committee delivered the key-
note address, in which he stressed . . . Starting
the importance of Young Repub- FERNANDEL "TH
licans.
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CHOLARSHIPS: Unon Senate
plications Soon Available To Evaluate
self-supporting and who do not students from their areas, iMrs.
live in University residence halls Myers explained. The central AetitV es
or sorority houses. The amount of Alumnae Council of the University
the scholarship varies, often acts as a go-between how-
More Awards Available ever, in recommending deserving The Union Senate will devote its
In addition to these three schol- students to a group. entire session, tomorrow, to an
arships there are several' more All scholarships have to be ap evaluation of itself.
available. proved by the University Scholar- The Senate was established by
ship Committee. In addition, those the Union Board of Directors as a
Many are given by local alumnae awarded under the Alumnae Coun- tentative body with the under-
areas. These awards are supported cil endowments are first investi- standing that a report, evaluating
largely. through money-raising gated by the Alumnae Council the activities of the Senate and
prgecty uhrdughak n yte -singScholarship Committee. summarizing the year's accom-
projects undertaken by the alum- Although there are many more plishments, would be presented in
nac in their groups. scholarships awarded to Michigan the spring of 1958.
"The alumnae groups are work- residents, Mrs. Myers said, there This report, to be prepared by
ing particularly hard this year be- is more and more emphasis being the senior officers of the Union,
cause they feel that there will be put on out-of-state students. The will also recommend to the Board
a greater than average need for most active out-of-state alumnae what it considered to be appro-
extra help for many students to organization is in Chicago, she priate further action. The opinion
return to school next fall, Mrs. said, but there are several scholar- of the senators is being gathered
Myers said. ships available to students all over to determine the participants
Necessity Explained the country, views concerning its usefulness.
She explained that this was be-
cause of the general recession
especially, whereby students might
not be as able to find summer jobs
or to count on as much support lU I IT
from home as they have before. AOLI TO EURO E
Detroit area alumnae groups are
working this spring to provide
more scholarships next year, she Informational mass meeting
added. The Birmingham group
helped four girls this year, andT a 7.
has held money-raising projects TONIGHT a 7:3
for next year's scholarships this L'rthe UNION
winter. inotheCUNIj N
Almost all the local alumnae
groups award their scholarships to
nd Sullivan Society
rsens
IN ORE uesday, Mar. 11,8:30 P.M.
in Hill Auditorium
ND BOX
, 15 -8:00 P.M. -
$1.30 Priday and Saturday
nistration Building
Week Nights
cit
7 and 9 P.M.
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r The more observant among you h
concerning a-' "Union Week." Well, whethe
Week." The immediate significance of this
reason for it. If you've read this far, read or
It seems that almost any generati
of the "fifties" are "apathetic." In attemptin,
activities program, the Union bumps into
Union is a hub of relaxation, a seething c
ER JONES VITTORIO DE SICA Michigan Union was both of these, but in ti
This week the Union is attempting
so proud. The Union wants to show all of'
- Weekly Matinees .90 completely informal intellectual and recrea
talk to the fellow sitting next to you, feel a
It's impossible to channel a year's
give you a sample. But, stop by the Union t
( issue, feel free to air your own views. Stop b
MUG. Tomorrow, get some dop on buildi
* LA'T ESthe speech contest, browse over. the art an(
.LATKES ah"t
Drop in on Friday for UNION MADNESS
F. HARRY LEVY,
ical Studies Dept. And remember, next Monday, tli
N .. DARSKY, highway service area, unless you use it with
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