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Hopkins have organized a 'varsity
club. The object is to promote inter-
est in school athletics in the alumhi
and broaden the' scope of the univer-
sity's athletic campaign.
Oklahoma-An anual prize of $60
worth of law books to be awarded by
the faculty to the student who has at-
tained the highest record for the en-
tire three year law course, was, creat-
ed this 'veek by S. T. Bledsoe, of Chi-
The University Home Builders' As-
sociation has taken the first steps to-
wards starting a strictly faculty and
university section o the institution.
Princeton-A special graduation
ceremony is being planned at Prince-
ton to be held on the morning of Feb.
22, at which time degrees will be
awarded to ex-service men in college
who were kept from graduation by
Cornell-Several fraternities having
chapters at Cornell have announced
plans to endow professorships, as-
sistant profesorships, or instructors
in the name of the fraternity.
Plans are being made at Cornell for
the construction of a swimming pool
to cost from $50,000 to $70,000 and to
require two years for its completion.
Yale-If the present rate can be
maintained during the remainder of
the college year, it is estimated that
the total earnings of the Self-Help
Bureau will be $52,619.00 SincehOc-
tober 1 ma total of 916 positions have
At a recent meeting of the Yale Stu-
dent council recommendations were
passed endorsing the removal of the
ban on Sunday sports at the Univer-
sity in order to provide amusement
for students who remain in New Ha-
vep over the week ends; it was rec-
ommended that squash courts, tennis
courts, athletic fields, etc., be open
Union Room Available for [eetings
One more room has been added to
the Union's list availablef for the
meetings of societies, the painters
having cleared room 304 which they
had used as a store room.
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UNIVERSITY "Y" TO AID IN EDU.
CATION OF FOREIGNERS
Wil Co-Operate With City Night
Schools to Interest Men i Work
To bring the foreigners of the city
to a better understanding of the use
of English, American ideals, and
Aihaerican government, is the object
of a plan ofsocial service being con-
ducted by the University Y. M. C. A.
Several ;University men are inter-
ested in the work now and are giving
some time regularly to this service.
As it is in practice here the plan is
for the men to go out to the homes
of the men whose names are given
them by the night school conducted
by the city, and t persuade them to
come,to the chool and learn English
A National Campaign
This is a part of a national cam-
paign to interest stdents of colleges
and universities throughout the coun-
try in going among these men who can
neither speak or write English and
to give them instruction. - This is of
mutual benefit to the student and
worker, as the student becomes inti-
mately acquainted with the men with
whom he will have to' deal if he is
ever in factory or construction work.
The literature sent out by the nation-
al committee contains statements by
many college men telling of the value
of the work has been to them in avert-
ing strikes and handling laborers of
As carried out in other cities, the
men go to the homes of the foreinr
and get acquainted with them. Then
they follow a course of instruction,
teaching them practically the same
things they would learn at a night
school, thereby saving trouble, often
embarrassment, to the man who
many times, is too timid to go of his
Work Difers Here
The work as it is done here is
slightly different from this but effects
the same result. The city conducts
two night schools, in charge of Miss
Dicken and is giving instruction in
English, foreign languages, civics,
mathematics, and mechanipal draw-
ing. Of the 300 men in the city who
can neither speak nor write English,
about 40 are taking advantage of the
Yee instruction offered them by the
The work of the students is to go to
these men not enrolled in the school
and help them to get started in the
course of instruction, as many are
not willing to go alone. The students
stay with the men for the first few
lessons helping them to get acquaint-
ed and started in their stlies.
If delinquency isshown by some,
these students go to the'm and urge
them to return. The plan has worked
out very successfully up to this
time and the men in charge are con-
sidering starting the more extensive
work of the national organization be-
Co-operation with the factories of
the cities is expected soon in order
that'all the names of the men in their
employ who should have instruction
from the school may be obtained.
COMTMITTEE OF FORTY EIGHT
WILL ASSEMBLE IN DETROIT.
P-urge Constructive Platfrm for Bee.
nomiq kReforms In United States
Michigan members of Athe Com-
mittee of Forty-eight, a national or-
ganization recently formed for the
purpose of introducing economic re-
forms throughout the United States,
will hold a conferehce on Feb. 2 at
the Fort Shelbyhotel In Detroit for
the purpose of electing offcers.
Constructive measures were adopt-
ed by the committee at a conference
last December in St. Louis when a
platform was adopted which provides
for the reduction of the high cost of
living and the decrease of the power
of the trusts controlling the nation's
resources and industries. The com-
mittee advocates public ownership of
transportation and equal economic po-
litical and social rights for all, ir-
respective of sex or color.
Members of the state committee
from Ann Arbor are Mr. Warren S.
Blauvelt, Miss Jennie Iuell, and Mr.
W. W. Denton of the mathematics de-
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