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SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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LANDSCAPE OF LEAGUE BUILDING

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NEWS FROM OT

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WISCONSIN.-Tow ropes have
PLOT IS RESULI Uf PHiLANTHROPYtowed Evelyn DeBerge through the

HER COLLEGES L A SS III - FOR RENT
ADVERTISING
IOWA.-Iowa's 1929 football pos- !_FOR RENT-New apartment up-
ter, carrying the Hawkeye schedule, THE RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY- per and lower; two blocks from
is now being distributed to some SHOP OFFERS A ; modern in every re-
3,000 hotels, banks, railroad sta- Marcel at 75c; Finger wave at $1.00; sect. Phone 5929. 16, 17, 18, 19
ions and barber shos throhoutPermanent wave at $8.50. Dial 7561. LOSTI

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Collection of Memorials Go Toward combined with stone, and will har-
Beautifying Surroundings monize with the wall of the gar-
of New Structure den. Mr. Homs, when visiting thel
half-constructed League building
DONATIONS ARE NUMEROUS last year, acquired a keen interest
in the beauty of the building. Missl
Teresa Homs, '30, is a daughter of I
The approaching completion of Mr. Homs, and it was while visit-
the League grounds arouses a nat- ingther that he'became interested,
ural interest in the source of the in the League. F
donations which made this work While the closed garden is still
possible. Several agencies have co- unfinished, several teas have been
operated in promoting the project. given in the cloister, and it is al-I
The shrubbery for the entire ready evident that the garden will
grounds is a gift of the Ilgenfritz become one of the most popular
Nursery of Monroe, in honor of spots of the League.
Miss Katherine Ilgenfritz, a gradu- Man's art has not worked alone
ate of the class of '92. Miss Ilgen- in creating the future charm of
fritz has been a very active work- the League grounds. Nature her-
er in the League campaign. Later, self contributed a great deal by
a sun dial, or some ornament of placing an apricot tree, a species
similar nature, will be placed in the little seen in this part of the coun-f
gardens, signifying that the gift is' try, in the direct center of the
in Miss Ilgenfritz's honor. closed garden. During construe-
In conjunction with this gift, tion the builders carefully protect-
Raymond Bassett, '13, of the Ray- ed the tree, and when spring came,
mond E. Bassett company, a gradu- it was' the first to blossom, giving
ate of the University of Michigan, a most beautiful and oriental ap-
donated the entire landscape pearance.

University of Wisconsin. A junior,
she has paid her way by selling au-
tomobile tow ropes. She was very
timid in high school and a friend
of the family, who is connected
with the tow rope concern, suggest-
ed that she take public speaking
lessons from him, selling the ropes.

UU1, UI pVIa1U~ LJLUgIU
that state.: Printed in gold and
black, the University's colors, the
poster bears an action picture of
Captain Willis A. Glassgow, half-
back, and a large representation of

MACK TUTORING AGENCY
Open for Summer School
310 S. State St. m Phone 7927i
TYPING-Theses a specialty. Fair
rates. M. V. Hartsuff, Dial 9387.

LOST-A seven by five black note-
book with some extra sheets in
the pocket. Return to charging
desk at General Library for re-
ward. Lost about June 29.

She did,v conquered her shyness, te new stadium, scene of fiescom-
She id, onqeredhershynssbats next fall. It also contains the
and has a high sales record in the calendar 'of October and November,
two and a half years she has been months when the Hawkeye eleven
a the business. will see most of its action.
IW M'SSCHOLARHSHIPS COVERiNG STUDY IN PARIS !

Bryn Mawr, Smith, Radcliffe Afford
Opportunities for Foreign
Study for Degrees
Of particular interest to Summer
School students is the scholarship
announcement made by the Amer-
ican University Women's club. This
organization is offering six schol-
arships to be applied toward the
cost 'of residence at the Clubhouse
in Paris, France. Four of the schol-
arships are of the value of 350

pert knowledge in this field may
apply.
Alpha Omicron Pi offers two fel-
lowships of $1,000 each, one to non-
one open to non-members was won
members and one to members. The
last year by an Ann Arbor girl,
Ione Palmer. Applications for these
two fellowships must reach the
chairman of the committee by
March 15.
Mills College at Mills, California,
is offering two teaching fellow-

architectural plans. Mr. Bassett
cooperated with the Ilgenfritz Nur-
sery, and the combined gift re-
presents a credit of about $10,000
to the Michigan alumnae of Mon-
roe.
The work of planting and grad-
ing is in the hands of E. C.
Pardon, head of the buildings and
grounds committee, who has always
been a member of the building
committee of the League.
A sprinkling system will insure
the perfect condition of the grounds
and will keep the grass and shrub-
bery constantly green. The instal-
lation of this system is the work
of the Munz Spraylawn Corpora-
tion, a Detroit firm.
A fountain from Spain will great-
ly ,enhance the appearance of the
closed gardens, which are not as
yet completed. The fountain, a
gift of Mr. Pablo Homs, of Ma-
drid, Spain, will be of Spanish tile,

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Stage Dance Closes
'Wedding Bells' Run
Students of Play Production

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were invited to dance yesterday francs a month for the nine months!I ships in the department of Eng-j
of the academic year and two are lish, to women interested in study-
evening on the stage of the Lydia for 200 francs a month. These will ing for a teacher's certificate or a'
Mendelssohn theatre after the last be awarded on the basis of schol- master's degree.'- The requirements
performance of 'Wedding Bells." arly ability, personality, and prom- include twenty hours a week to be
The dances are the only example ise, to women graduates of Ameri- spsnt in assisting in the depart-
of the kind on the campus in that can colleges and universities, who ment. This work consists of read-
the division of Play Production is will pursue next year courses of ing freshman themes and confer-
study at some institution of high- 1 ring with students about their
the first of any division of any of er education in Paris. The pur- work. Full graduate tuition is of-a
the departments to provide enter- pose of these scholarships is to fered in return for such assistance,
tainment as well as school book bring the student in touch with including board and room oc the
training. It was intended that French life and thought, and with campus and a cash stipend of $500
tthe university men and women of a year,
They wer other pations. The prices at the' John Guggenheim Memorial!
sense of group spirit. They wereclub are such that from 350 to 800 Foundation Fellowships for ad-
given last Saturday evening through francs a' month will be necessary vanced study abroad are wellj
the courtesy of Mr. Valentine B. in addition to the scholarship.: known to everyone. The purpose1
Windt, head of the department. Transportation can be had as low of the Foundation is to maintain
as $90.00 each way, and one can annually from 40 to 50 Fellows
obtain a 30 percent discount on the abroad. The trustees prescribe no
French Line,. All applications must .ge limits. Any citizen of the
be sent before March 1. United States is eligible; irrespec-E
Y o Bryn Mawr College, at Bryn tive of race, color, or creed. The
'Mawr, Pa., is offering the follow- freest possible conditions are of-
ing fellowships, one in' physics or fered to carry on advanced study
may become capable. by chemistry and one in German or in any field of knowledge. The sti-
mTeutonic philology, of $1,200 each: pend in the normal case is not to
t a k In g our thoroug seventeen resident fellowships of 'exceed $2,500 a year.
practical training. Be- $810 each, one in economics and The American Association of Un-
come prepared for a " politics, one in social economy and iversity Women is offering two fel-
splendid position with social research, and one in indus- lowships of $1,200 each, for research
opportunity for advance- trial relations, of $810 each, oneIin physics or chemistry, and two
ment. in community work of $800; and more of the same amount for re-
eight scholarships for foreign wo- search work in Europe. One of
men, of $720 each. Applications $500 is offered for social science
COURSES must be received before April 1. research. This organization has in-
The department of education at stituted a cpmpaign for $1,000,000'
hone, Typewriting, Smith college offers six fellowships for fellowships, of which more than
of $700 each and three scholar- half had been raised last April.
eping, Penmanship, ships covering tuition, for college At the present time the chair of
1 Training graduates who wish to prepare chemistry and physics is vacant in
themselves for specialized work inlthe Isabella Thoburn College at
nyDay education. Smith' also offers six Lucknow. A-graduate degree is re-
fellowships anti five scholarships quired of candidates and a five-year
here for furiher inIormation, unrestricted as to subject, of $600 contract is offered. A folder of
each and without 'charge for tui- announcements concerning all of .
.Address................... tion. These are subject to renew- the aforementioned scholarships
al at discretion. All applications and fellowships is in the office of
must be sent before April 1. Miss Grace Richards, Adviser of
--EFour fellowships of $1,000 each, women, and she will be glad to
open to candidates who have done help anyone interested with sup-
Ann Arbor at least two full years of graduate plementary information.
work, are offered by Radcliffe col-
- lege. Women graduates holding a T
master's degree are eligible for Third Tea By League
three fellowships of $750 each. The Will Honor Advisers
Sachs Research Fellowship of $2,-
000 is open to both men and wo- ,The third tea of the Summer
men graduates who wish to pursue: Session will be given from 3:30 to
in any part of the world advanced 5:30, Wednesday afternoon, July
study of fine arts. Another' fellow- 17, in the garden of the League
Vashlenaw County ship open to both men and women building. The members of Dr.
is the Jacob Wertheim Research Agnes E. Wells' class for advisers
' Fellowship for the Betterment of of high school girls will be honored
Industrial Relations, offered by at the tea. These teas are an
Harvard University. An income.of opportunity for students of the
$100,000 is to be used for support Summer School to meet each other
of original research in the field of and members of the faculty, in-
industrial cooperation. Any ma- formally. All women students are
ture man or woman having ex- cordially invited.

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