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February 29, 1924 - Image 8

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___ ___ __ ___ ___ _HE MICHIGAN -DAILYE



Cercle Fr zlc :is Play ;ceasaFriday, 4:00 'ocb'o,, Cercie Fraiicaiis
ro011mS. Jihii lI. 3tuys keii
Nr. Lodge's Eloquence Fid
I ~An Unappreciative tListener


Columbus' Rival
Sighted Dry Lan

a peculiar Ala

blcation lu, the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the Assistant tc the ; :owdept uu~til
'4 p. M. (11: 30 a. m. Saturdiav4
liume 1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY '29, 1924 Nutnbh r 149
ining out slips for the month of February are dlue and nuist be handed
th office of the Dean of Women before Saturday, March 8th.
..ean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
ate Students Wislting College or University Appointments:
he American Council on 'Education, Division of College and University
~nel, 'wishes so to enlarge its list of persons 'available for college and
ity position1s as to include holders of graduate degrees, whether now
ng or~ not, and especially those who are this year expecting to receive
ate degrees. The Director writes that many requests have conic to
of merely for the more advanced positions, but 'also for assistantship~
istructorships. Accordingly, he asks that those interested enroll with
council in the regular way. Theo official blanks miaIy be h'ad at the
of the Graduate School.' A. IL Lloyd.
r. Ptrdom V 'ill meet his class at 10 ami., Friday, Feb. 29th.
tJtni s Pbcholog
r. Purdomn will meet the 8 and 9 o'clock sections in Educational Pasy.-
,y, Friday -Feb. 29th,
-gs.sell hoina=.

/ ~i_ a ' HThe mantle of snow which has cov-
America rediscovered' This wa eredI the surrounding region for days
Fiil~l S inews that spread from lip to lip yes- sho0"ed the first signs of disappear-
FRII)AIterday afte'rnoon, when, at high noon ing yesterday afternoon as a result of
1:00-Law faeulty luncheon, u- yesterday, a student sprang upon a the thaw which has struck- this part
ion. little mound of snow and pointing to of the country in the last few hours.
4I:00--French play rehtearsal, t'erde --
Firancais room. Feed A Foreign Student Support The Drive
4 :00---eniior lit class meets, New-,
berry hall. ---
6:0(1--Wesicyan Guild baniquet, Un-
7 :00-Finnisli students' supper, Lane
7 c1)--GZaioit society meets lin Lane!
S :0t=----HighIischiool opera, "Pinafore,
4 hitney theater.ta
8:00-Young Peopes' society of fit.!
Paul's Lutheran church leap-year
party, 420 West Liberty street. t
+' :10-1(Knlgbts of Columbus dance, K.
of C. home.


0~ flunish Ancestry:a
Widets of fInnish Ancestry are urged to attend the reception
at seveen o'clock tonight in honor of Professor Eliel Saainen.
,11. .fie there. IV. 1. 150111.


Trek4upplejflentary examination for those absent from (he finial si-
*ou in Geology l 'will he held Saturday, March 1, fm 9 to 12 in 11'hon)
~7, Natural Science :Building. 1. l). S C1tt.
isfory In:
)Fleferred e~*trinatn-for those ab settwith excure from the final r;
mip:t1on--will bce given Satur~day, M\arch 1, in room 207 Tappan kll, 9-12'
i .Ra ymiond f 'Turner.
4r11 jrI Sr ie 1, 1. ake.-up Examination:
~A make-np examination for those wbo iised the final in P'olitical
cience 1 will be held Saturday, March 1, 9-12, Room 102 Economics Build-
T. . It. Reedl.
;Indemt% in Sociology and .Businless4 Adminlistration:
'Attention of students in Sociology ail Business A(Iministral o is calla~
r Ole opportuity for enrolling in Sociology 50t, the Adbninistrat ion of Social
gences,g-iven on Thursdays from3 to 5 o'clock, in Room 104, Economics
uilding, by Mr. W. J. Norton, Lecturer in Sociology at the University of
:icbigan and Secretary of the Detroit Community Union.
A. E. W'ood.

2 1 :39---Catholic students' dance, Un-
i ion.
4 e110--Meeting of miltary ball commit-
tee, room. 002, Onion.
6:30--Sg'nmut Alpha Epsilon dinner,;
room 318. Union.
S :}}13~lel i-l vcg s. lMiehi-
gan, Yost [feld house.
S-- : llgh schiool opera, "Pinafore,"
Whitney theater.
1 xhlbltloaof etching reproductions,
upper gallery, Alumni Memorial
c lxli )1ion of stinied glass windows,
West architectural drafting zoom
IAnother All "A" Record Appears
Saul Hertz, '26, has boosted the
number of students who obtained all
"A"records in the literary college
_ks eetrt , yrrivu ni"X". This. new all "A" student, a
member of the sophomore class:
raises the total of the sophomore class
to 12.

S tetzons are designed for young
men --they are a long time
growing old.



Hery emt (.l l I oe (I lfi aing' a, lit tie fall.1mith Hlarry Aill Iaugherty
11r. Lodges etffoiik to get 'Mr. Ila up ipirly to re:igi have, beenu fruilles,
m) far.

° I f[a rry M. Daugherty, H'ho Was II na e for Wari-cn GA. H arding in the
192u, ca'nIpaign and w-1-s made att~riiey -ge~neral o f the U'nited States as a
rewaird, is responisble for sharp lines ofcti lca<vae being draiwn ins the Re-
publican pairrty. Wile01 senators, led by hlenry Cabot locd _;e of Mj "asahusetts
lc r der of the old gard, are demanixng his re-izgnaft~n, John T. Adams,
c hairntian of the Republican national c ommuittee, and o)ther organization
chiefs are defending ,Ir. Da)ughrerty uaainst charges5 thart his. connection
with the old lease scandl make it ne cessary for hime to leave" the cabinet.

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)(OKY 1, Supplementar'y Examiinautiom:
''Those'whq wereal.sent frolu final extaminations in .this .colirs5e il th
"ASeAnGstel 4il frIlleet in Room.,Z-2332, Naturvfl Science BT,1(ling, ISat urt'Ia
, hp 3, ot 9 a. in. They should als5o notify the undersigned, if they ha'
)t'lready dOne so, of'their intention to take the examination.
A. Franklin Shul11.

" .

IChicago Prop ose'S tions unde r which examinations are
held and of patssing judgment on stu-
.afew onor Systemi dents accused- of dishonesty.

Which could not be had during the past week,

ye I Io'.J}..' C Rolfe, formerlIv of the
Chicago, Feb. 28-SiTx faculty iitemn-
bers and six students w ill compose the :Latin dlepartmtxent here, is serving duir-
new honor cohmmision 'at the Univer- I iug the present, year as annual pro-
sity of Chicago if the students aind fessor" in charge of the classical school c
the scliodi aithori ti .s a 3ol ' h pl.'i1 of the. ,Amei n Acacley In. Rome
"Wisbinitted by the Daily - IA roon te y Porto an, 'a razio.,
rs official paper. TheF commrission wohll -- ---
'have (.1.arge of improving the condi- Feed A Vf-relgu Stude~nt



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Of course it's not true, But don't say it CAN'T bc true.
Such conditions exist TODAY in some of the most im-

Those studcnts Nvho are still in school, sacrificing all

not exaggerate a bit, not one of them.

We have been told

for «n education, are the best of Europe's youth.

They are

of conditions as they exist, by members of our own faculty
who have seen them.

portant universities in Europe.

Students and faculties alike

devoting every energy to bettering themselves and by so doing

are destitute.

They lack food, shelter, books and clothing

bettering their countries.

They will contribute to the pro-

=-the bare necessities of life.

Europe RIGHT NOW is

threatened with a revival of the dark ages. Only educa-

gress of Europe-of .the world. Deternmined to secure an
education at any cost and fired"by this ambition they study
under handicaps which would cause most of us to quit.
. They are working nights, without pay, building barracks
to live in. In only a 'fewv of them is any attempt made to'

for one student.

The costs of shelter, books, and clothing

For 5c a day, $1 .50 a month, food can be provided

hovn can prevent it.

are in proportion.
vestment be made?

Where else can such a profitable in-
Many: a student.will be able to stay in

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University students in America and&35 other countries

provide heat.

The students ar-e eating one meal a day, and

g are helping, through the student Friendship Fund admin-
istered' by the European 'Student Relief, to preserve the
educational systems of less fortunate nations until post-war
conditions settle. In three years this' fundj has supplied
over 22,000,000 meals, 500,000 articles of clothing and

-Avoiding uinnecessary exercise to 'avoid undue hunger.' They
do not ask for charity-they do not want us to help them,
they only want .us to make it possible for them to help
themselves. They have the stuff -in. them, fellows.
Over 580 schools and colleges in the United Mtates

college if food is provided-many- a student who would
other'wise have to give. up his dream of playing a part in
enlightening the more backward countries of Europe, par-
ticularly Russia.

Today, on the campus, we men and women of Michi-
gan are given an opportunity to purchase, for 5c each, meal
tickets indicating that we have provided food for a needy

70,000 books to needy university students.

There are

are contributing.

Today, for the first time, we, the mer,


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