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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1925

~'AGE TWO SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1925

C9ASE TO AD0ESS1
PHARMiC 8ANQUET'

Will Circle Globe Second Time

Entire Enrollment of Sclioml
Be- Present at Chamber of
Commerce Inn

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GIVE HONOR PRIZES
Prof. E. C. Case of the geology de-
partment will address members of
the College of Pharmacy at the annua
spring banquet which is to be held
at 6 o'clock May 26 in the Chamber
of Commerce inn.
All members of fhe four classes of
the College of Pharmacy will attend
this banquet, and two of the honor
prizes won by pharmacy students
during the year will be presented.
Dean E. H. Kraus will present the
Lehn Fink Medal for high scholarship
in the senior class to Harold R.
Bowers, '25P. Bowers is also an
honor student of the University. L.
R. Wagener will present the Rho Chi
prize for high scholarsLp in the
freshman class to Oliver J. Wein-
kauff, '28P.
Music will , he furnished by an
orchestra composed of pharmacyt
students. Prof. C. C. Glover will be
toastmaster.
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The
Credo
Today's question: Are you in favor
of the suspension of the 11:30 o'clock
rule for women, on Friday and Sat-
urday?
Where asked: University hall.
The answers:
Elinor Bauschard, '25.-"No, I am
not entirely in favor of the suspen-
sion. I believe that 11:30 is late
enough for any girl to get in, if she is
not at a dance."
Virginia Cronin, '25.-"No, 11:30 i
late enough if one is not going to a
dance. There is opportunity for late
leave if one has a good reason."
Isabel Nichols, '25.-"I see no rea-
son why the -non-dancers should not
have the same hours as those who
dance. In other words, I favor 1:30
o'clock for Friday and 12:30 for Sat-
urday."
Madelyn Leland. '26.-"I am in fa-
vor of the suspension of the 11:30
o'clock rule for Friday and Saturday
nights, because under the present
plan girls can sign out for dances
whether they go there or not.,,
Helen Whipper, '26.-"I am in favor
of the suspension of this rule, because
I. doinot think it necessary,-it is
certainly not obeyed. I see no reason
for it."
Name Ann Arbor
Boys To Attend
Fresh Air Camp
Ann Arbor's quota of 45 boys for the
University Fresh Air camp to be held
this summer at Lake Patterson, was
selected Thursday by the committee at
the Chamber of Commerce. This con-
ittee represented the Student Christian
association, Y. M. C. A., Conunity fund.
Boy Scouts, and similar organizations.
The boys were chosen from a list of
90 of the most needy boys of this city.
submitted by ministers andl school
principals. The number to be sent to
the camp was restricted to 45 because
of limitations of equipment and budget.
Studeit leaders will visit parents of
the boys in the near future.
The camp fund total has now reached
$1219.87. Last week the framework of
the new dning lodge was constructed,
but the completion of the building was
held up by lack of funds.
The S. C. A. still has need of stu-
dent leaders who will give ten days
time to the camp.
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OF SEVEREHEAD WOUNDS'
Martin B. IBillingslea, '28E, died yes-
terday morning at 7:25 'clock of sev-
ere head wounds received in an auto-;
mobile accident Wednesday afternoon.'
The accident occured while Billings-
lea and two friends were driving in
the former's car on the Cherry hill
road. The other occupants of the ma-
chine escaped injury.f
Funeral services will be held at 2
o'clock Monday at the Chi Psi lodge.
Burial will be in Ann Arbor.

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Albert Y. Gowen's first trip around the world in a tiny yacht cost him
a million dollars and his bride. But he is going to go around again, this
time in a new craft, named, as was the first, "The Speejacks;" but much
more modern in equipment ,than his "honeymoon" ship.
President's Report Declares
Research Is Important Part.j
Of University Organization
Research is one of the two primary search is regarded in a somewhat
functions of institutions of learning false light. it is set up sometimes as
in general, and it is the one which a fetish, the thing which one must (o
from time immemorial has k distin- n rder to have a standing among
guished the university from all other
kinds of educational organizations, it his fellows and secure advancement.
is stated in the annual report of the One who takes this attitude may per-
President to the Board of Regents of haps from time to time produce
the University. - -mall contributions to his subject, but
"The scholar's task is both to fil-
part to others knowledge already the real research scholar is he whose
fgained 11nd to winl, through specula- ivsiain r meldb i
tion and experiment, new knowledge longing ever to look further into the
exprient kowldg I nkown Tisis the tye of r -'
of and for the world," the report runknown. need.
says. "Experience shows also that stfhhe ep
the spirit of research has a very im- I"ost of the departments of the
portant bearing on the other main -University at. the present time en-
function ot education. courage research and contribute to
"A university must in the d it. It has come to be generally rec-
judged by the efficiency, ability, and ognized that research is one of the
inspiring qualities of its teachers, mdreguhr functions of any teaching di-
the teacher who feels no urge to n,and participation is expected
tuht bher msoeels neondthgrts- of the members of the staff. It can-
push out by himself beyondl the pres-
ent boundaries of knowledge is not not be said, however, that this has
been true from the beginning.
the bestomentor for youngT students "e present attitude has been dc-
nor the one whose presence on its veloped by patient effort, at first
campus lends distinction to his uni- a y throgl the influence of a
versity. Nor will the desirable tech- plargelyt ty ew me, d eofa!
ewho has felt this impurlse and cnicomaratively few mun, and the re-
or, nst it, lis logten can ord of the University in this regard
,nsm-t, iisnv on imiivertv iher 1 is creditable, if not impresive,"ithe
vrtationto cuter a university where President's report states.
iresearch is an unusual or unknown
thing.
"rtherore, history makes it S Events
clear that society has always looked j JJ&15 ~~tIL
to the university and its creative
forces for guidance in conduct andI May 15-16-Fathers' week end,
aid in attaining a more tolerable May 15-16-Minnesota vs. Michigan--
physical existence. The ancients baseball.
found in groups of scholars headed May 20-Senior Banquet and Senior
by Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Zeno, and I Sing.
many oth rs this sort of help; the May 20, 21, 22, 23-May Festival.
mediaeval universities, according to Nay 22-Senior Ball.
their lights, maintained a similar May 22-Frosh Spring Party.
role; and from the studies and lab- May 22-Last clay for payment of di-
oratories of Berlin, Cambridge, ploma fees.
Paris, Oxford, Chicago, Harvard, .May 231.-Outdoor Interscholastic I
Johns H1lopkins, and scores of their track meet.
modern schools and colleges have May 27---Jaanese All-Stars vs. Mich-
ccne the keys that. have openedd igan--baseball,
countless new doors to scientific and May 28, 2-Interscholastic Tennis
social knowledge. The university ye- : tournament.
mains as the center where intelli- May 2 --Wisconsin vs. Michigan
gence and equipment are mobilized track meet.
for the service of society, with tre- May 30-Iowa vs. Michigan-base-
mendous potentiality for leadership ball.
and advancement in the use of mater- May 30-Wisconsin vs. Michigan--
ial resoucrees. tennis.
"Like teaching, for successful re- June 10, 11-Alumni meet in Detroit.
search sufficient funds and equipmenit i Juine 12-Ohio State vs. Michigan-
are necessary. The experimenter baseball.
must have his apparatus and his ma- Jund 12-Alupini Reunion Day .
terials; there must be ready to hand Jne 12--Senior Class Day.
a good working library. But above
all the human factor is important. Harrisburg, Pa., May 15.-Governor
The only research worthy of the Gifford M. Pinchot yesterday signed
name is the outcome of true interest the Wheeler bill continuing the two
and what amounts almost to a re- cents a gallon tax on liqued fuel un-
ligious zeal. Difficulties mean little til June 1, 1927.
to the true scholar. Knowledge for -
its own sake is what he seeks. Patronize Daily Advertisers - it
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