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1THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThURSDAY, AIFT 7, 1927

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'DAILY OFFICQIAL B U LLETIN
Publicaion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUME VII THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1927 , NUMBER 138

Philosophy 31: Mid-semester Exantination:
The women will go to Alumni Memorial Hall, West Gallery, for the
mid-semester examination this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The mnen will write
in Nat. Seeience Aud.
301111 hutiper.

- - -Administration. In lBoston doi'mi-
M/an Universities o nfronted By Housing A insrai. , >tf ;:;
JV ef td H s tories for the use of the Medical
Problems As Student Numbers Increase school are in the course of constru.-
- --- Ition.In these dormitories over half

duPont Fellowship in Chemistry:
This is to call attention to the renewal of the duPont Fellowship for
the year 1927-28. Students desiring to make application for this fellowshipG
should call at the office of the Graduate School, Room 10s4, for the proper
application blanks. All applications should be in by April 15.
A. H. Lloyd.
Faculty, College of Litreature, Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester report cards are ndw being distributed through the Dean's1
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report not later than April}
21st the names of all students whose standing is at this time D or E. These
grades should not indicate merely the mark received on the midsemester
examination, if such an examination is given. More cards, if needed, can be
had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students
enrolled in this College.
W. R. Humphireys, Asst. Dean.
Students, College of Literature, ience, and the Arts:
After Friday, April 8th, courses may be dropped without E grade only in
case of illness, or of some similar condition not under the control of the
student concerned.
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
American A ssociation of Iniversity Professors:
There- will be a special meeting of the University of Michigan chapter
of the American Association of University Professors, Thursday, April 7,
at 4:15 P. M., in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. Election of officers and
other important business.
Charles B. Vibbert, Secretary.
New York Times Current Events Contest:'
I shall be in Room 2032 Angell Hall Thursday afternoon from 2-4 and
Friday morning from 10-12 to consult with students who may desire infor-
mation concerning the New York Times Current. Events Contest.
Everett S. Brown.
Mid-semester reports are now in the office of the Assistant Dean. Stu-
dents registered in this college will please call for them at that office before
Friday the 8th. G. W. Patterson.
College of Architecture; Midseniester Reports:
Ai'chitectural and Decorative Design students should call at the Archi-
tectural Office, Room 207, in regard to midsemester reports before leaving
for the spring vacation. Emil Lorch.
Seniors Interested in S ial Work:
Seniors in Sociologydesiring positions in social work or interested in
graduate training for social work may consult with me in Room 107 Econ-
omics Bldg. at the following hours:
Wednesday, April 6, 10-11 A. M.
Thursday, April 7, 9-12 A. M.,
Friday, April 8, 9-12 A. M.
Seniors or graduate students enrolled in the Curriculum in Social
Work wishing the Department's help in securing placement must consult
with meat this time. Robert T. Lansdale.
ILLINOIS-A contest is under way T READ THE WANT ADS I
to choose the twelve prettiest women__________-
on the campus..
TEXAS.-A ehange¢has been made Let Us Repair Your'
in the requirements for the B.A. and T e
B.S. courses. I ood Workmansip
ILLINOIS.- Five juniors are can- Reasonabe Prices
didates for the presidency of the un- Rider's Pen Shop
ion.
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Registration of New Pupils in the University High School:
Applications for the admission of ne wpupils to the University High
School for the school year 1927.-28 should be filed now. It is necessary to
determine at this time the number of sections to he formed.
H. If. Ryan, Principal.
The Teeacluing of English:
I shall be unable to meet this class Thursday morning, April 7. The
make-up test for those who were absent from the mid-semester examination
last week will be given as scheduled Thursday afternoon. Please report
to Room 2209, Angell Hall.
C. C. Fries.
'To All Concerned:
Tryouts for the next play to be given by Play Production and Direction
will be held in University Hall each afternoon this week from 4:00 to 6:00
P. M. David Owen.
Student Recital:
The following program will be given in the Students' Recital Series in
the School of Music Auditorium Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock by Belya
rTibbals and Sidney Straight pupils of Maud Okkelberg and Nora Crane
Hunt. The general public is cordiall/invited to attend:
"Where My Dear Lady Sleeps" (Breville-Smith) "Nina" (Tanara) Sid-
ney Straight; Prelude and Fugue (Bach), Etude (Chopin), Nocturne Op.
27 No. 2 (Chopin), Belva Tibbals; "Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal" (Tenny-
son) (Quilter), "Cargoes" (Masefield) (Dobson), Sidney Straight; The
Lake at Evening (Griffes), In Autumn (Moszkowski), The Brownies (Korn-
gold), Perpetual Motion (Weber), Belva Tibbals.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
International University Crnise:
Information regarding the 1927-8 "Floating' University" may be secured
this week from 2-5 P. M. Thursday, 9-12 A. M. Friday, in my office, 3224
Angell Hall. The cruise is coeducational. Detailed magazine accounts ot
this year's tvip are available, also.
Carnon . Wells.
Canadians :
There will be an informal dinner in the Ladies' Dining Room of the
Michigan Union at 6:30 P. M., Thursday, April 7, in celebration of th tenth
anniversary of the capture of Vimy Ridge. Short program.
The invitation is extended to nurses and ex-service men of whatever
nationality who served with British or Colonial units in the World war.
Norman Anning, Acting Adjutlait.
Student, 11thefhatical Society:
There will be a special meeting of the Student Mathematical Society
Thursday night, April 7th, at 7:30 in Room 3017, A. HI. The meeting will
be informal and will consist of voluntary presentations of mathematical
"trick" problems by any member of the society. No business will be trans-
acted at this meeting as the regular business meeting will be held on
Thursday following the spring vacation.
Madeline Bowers, See'y.
Faculty Women's ('ln)b:
The next regular meeting will be held at the University High School on
Thursday, April 7, at 2:30 P. ICI. The Music and Drama Sections will have
charge of the program.
Mrs. William Frayer.

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the future ther have no plans. Since
Champaign is a country town and all
i the students manage to finad rooms
of some mnor, or less satisfactory
tun- with the townspeople the adn
iral ion has (d'Cided to let the muat' e
i hest and consider the establishm en of
dermiories only when the size of the
school demands some further actio-.i
to provide new accommodations. Th
advantages of dormitories as a means
of social contact have not been con-
sidered in the matter of providing a
building program for the University
Eleven Dormitories At Chicago
The University of Chicago has
eleven dormitories, six of them for
women and five for men, and plans
for the immediate future provide for
the construction of dornitories for the
entire student body. The housing con-
ditions at the University are especial.
ly -wveil cared for because of the fact
that in addition to the dormitories
there are in the immediate neighboD-
hrood a number of apartment hotels
with rates reasonable enough to al-
low almost any student to live there
At the University of Iowa, there are
two dormitories, one for men and one
for women . The women's dormitory
accommodates about 200 women and
the men's dormitory about 500
men. In connection with both
of these dormitories there are refec-
tories and commons where the stu
dents eat. The future plans of th
University provide for the erection o
dormitories in the future as the neces-
sity for them becomes evident and
provides for no plant for providing
dormitories for the whole student
body excepting in relation to the
woman students of the University who
will be provided with dormitory fa
cilities as fast as buildings are erect
ed on the campus and other buildings
become available . The University i
at present erecting a large hospita
and upon its completion the old bos-
pital is to be turned into a dormitory
which will accommodate 500" girls.
At the University of Minnesota the
problem of housing has to date been
confined to the problem ofproviding
dormitories for women. There ar
Iyet no dorimtories for men althougl
the board of regents at its meeting
last January appointed a committe
'!to consider the problem and repor
its findings as soon as possible. There

are, in place of these dorimtories, co- the students in the school are housed
operative cottages which are used by and plans are under; way for dormi-
Ithe men and the women separately tories to include the entire enroll-
and which have proven popular . The ment of the school . The system, ac-
only objection to their use seems to
be the fact that they are so small and cording to Matthew Luce, Regent of
accommodate only from five to eight the University has worked admirably,
persons., and has served to bring together the
More Progress Outside Big Ten I members of the different classes and
From the foregoing it may be seen departments and to instill in them, in-
* that the schools in the Big Ten with directly by means of a social feeling,
small exception are laying plans, and a feeling of schoolspirit and loyalty.
some have even begun, to erect a sys- Princeton Houses Many Students
c tem of dormitories which will unify Conditions at Princeton are almost
- and simplify the social problem on parallel to those at Harvard. llere
their campuses. Housing has taken there are twenty-one dormitories cap-
its place as one of the major consid- able of taking care of seventy-six per
erations now before the colleges of cent of the student body. There are
American and the next steps that are no fraternities and the dormitories
taken in these colleges will be in this are in the hands of the junior and,
Ldirection. There are many other plans that
- But, after we have considered some we might suggest as plans that are
- of the plans that are being used in working in different parts of tle
t the schools that are making a be- j United Stafs, but most of them would
ginning with us, it might be wise for have to do with colleges and univer-
us to consider the plans in those sities whose conditions were different
schools where the housing problem than those at Michigan. This survey
- has been considered far in the past # of eleven of the largest schools in the
and where organied systems are in country, all of them having practical-
actual use with the best results. The ly the same problems, suffices to show
English division of the, universities that practically all of them have con-
into separate colleges with their own sidered the matter in some way and
dormitories and their own commons have taken step toward the assimilia-
where the students of a particular tion that dormitories will give. It
college live in close relations and are suffices to show the probleps that are
. thus drawn together seems to be the facing the University and some of the
- model. But we have in this country, steps that must be taken in the near
e in our eastern universities, something future if the University is to keep its
f that rivals this plan, being copied standing as one of the leaders in the
after it. And, since this is no doubt field of education 4nd the treatment
(If the direction that our own plan of student problems. Dormitories are
will take, the situation at these uni- the newest improvement of American
t versities will throw light upon the! education and as the spotlight shifts
e things that we may expect. to' this problem it behooves every
o IHarvard has a system of class dor- large school to give immediate atten-
m mitories and department dormitories. f tion to the problem and to solve it at
- Dormitories include those for the once.
S freshmen, sphomore, juniors and
s seniors, and dormitories for the use ILLINOIS.-A roller skating derby
1 of the Law school, the graduate is the latest development of the roll-
school and the School of Business er skating fad here.

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until the close of this College Year. All we ask
is that you buy a case at a time to obtain the
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Will be glad to consult with you- about the pretty
new things you may want for your home this Spring.
Let us show you our fascinating line
of lamps and shades.

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SPRING VACATION
For the accommodation of University of Michigan students, returning home Friday,
April 8th, 1927, account Sprin Vacation, the Ann Arbor Railroad will operate a
special train from Ann Arbor to Toledo on following schedule, protecting all Toledo
connections:

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Leave Ann Arbor...............11:15 A. M.
Arrive Toledo1................. 1:30 P. M.

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The Yacht Club Boys
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Blue Skies
Pipe Organ Played by Lev White
on the Kimball Organ
Clarinet Marmalade-
Hot Mustard
Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
STOFFLET'S
616 East Liberty St.

This Train will handle passengers only for Toledo and points beyond.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(SOUTHBOUND)
In addition to the above special service the following regular train service, Ann Arbor
to Tbledo, will prevail:

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Leave Ann-Arbor......... 11:40 A. M. (C. T.)
Arrive Toledo.............2:10 P. M. (E. T.)
(NORTHBOUND)

4:05 P. M.
6:30 P. M.

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Northbound Trains Nos. 51 and-53 leave Ann Arbor 8:05 A. M. (C. T.) and
3:52 P. M. (C. T.) respectively connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and
Pere Marquette for all principal destinations in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
Would suggest purchase ticketstand check baggage in advance so as to avoid
unnecessary delay and confusion at train time.
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
H. A. MILLS,
Commercial Agent,
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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