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February 28, 1929 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

THIURSDAY, FE~BRUARhY 28, 1929

DAILY

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS-
Fraternities here are faced with
the question of the abolition ofv
hell week. University officials sug-1
gest the substitution of a period of
education in the history, ideals,z
and purposes of the fraternities'
for the present probation week, inXI
which several serious accidents.::<><<=
have occurred recently. An Inter-
fraternity Council is to consider ..F <:::"> <:<::;:;:::.
the adoption ofthe idea. : :t." ::::. ::>:
CORNELLr UNIVERSITY-To give
students of the university ,more
time to prepare for their finals, the
week before semester. examinations
is to be set aside for reviews with-^=
out classes in several courses on "
the': campus. This is in accordance
with "a plan set forth. by Dean R.
M. Ogden.

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YALE-By a' vote of the audi-
en-ie, the decision in a debate be-
tween Vassar and Yale was given
to the feminine orators. The topic
debated was, "Resolved: that the
nations should adopt a system of
compulsory arbitration of inter-
national disputes."
YALE- To stimulate interest in
aviation the Yale Aeronautical So-
ciety has inaugurated a contest
among. its members, a' prize to be
awarded. to the person who has
flown,;;either dual or solo, the most
number of hours.
Miss Heleni Hicks, .-year-old
golfing star recently won the an-
uuai MViami women's: championship.
golf tournamnt when she took the
honors from Mrs. John Arends, of
Chicago. Mitss Nicks, to do this,
bloke a course record at the Miami
country club.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Edison
home at Fort Myers, Florida.

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