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T-THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APIL 4 929

Dear Readers: These Men

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S( P ertnent To pi cs
At Other Schools
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University of Illinois:-The Uni-
versity of Illinois is engaged in an
effort to increase their appropria-
tion. A debate for a million and a
half dollars is now under way in
the., state legislature at Springfield
which is, according to the faculty
of the University, the difference be-
tween progress and stagnation.
Kansas: State Teachers College.--
The juniors and seniors in the psy-
chology classes here rated Abra-
ham Lincoln, Thomas A. Edison,
and Jesus Christ as the three great-
est men the world has ever known
in a recently conducted ballot.
University of Colorado.-Numer-
ous student marriages with corre-
sponding rises in scholarship have
led students at the University of
Colorado to openly advocate mar-
riage as a solution for low marks
and apathy in school.
University of- Nebraska.-Proba-
tion week the informal initiation
period through which fraternity
freshmani have gone in the past
prior to initiation here was abolish-
ed by the interfraternity council
at its last meeting.
Failures For March
Feicr., Report Shows
Fewer failures were reported to
Br.dstreet's for March than in the
same month of the past three years
and the liabilities of that month
were the lightest since 1921. The
first quarter's total of failures was
the smallest since 1924, while the
liabilities were less than in either
1928 or 1927.

Water Board Denied Carrothers Stresses
Bond Issue At Polls Health For Teachers
Although it was first reported as "Teachers usually find them-
passed, the proposition of the Ann selves in a field for which they are
Arbor water board to issue bonds physically unfit, but still make no
to the extent of $325,000 was de- effort to improve their health," de-
feated at the polls Monday when Glared Prof. George E. Carrothers
the north side of the city cast votes in speaking on "Health for Teach-
slightly opposing the proposal. ers" before the Men's Education
Without the support of wards in club at the Union.
that section of the city, strong ma- Profesor Carrothers found that
jorities in the sixth and seventh men instructors miss, on an aver-
wards in the "University District" age, two days per year due to sick-
south and east of the campus, fail- ness, and that women are ill five
ed by about two percent of bring- days.
ng the favoring vote to 60 percent
of the total, required for passage nation of water in dead-ends near
of the bond issue question. Fig- the outskirts of the eity.
ures showed that 124 votes were
necessary for adoption. Eds and co-eds of the floating
The bond issue would .have cared University of Purdue, according to
for the cost, of constructing a new reports received lately, have vis-
concrete reservoir, laying trunk ited three more countries-the pi-
line water mains and. installing rate infested regions of the interior
connecting lines to prevent stag- of China, India and Manila.

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MELODRAMA OF THE UPPER WORLD

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Above appear those gentlemen whom Sigma Delta Chi has found to be the best oiled in the past years.
All six have received the oil can trophy and each has proven well that his choice was not amiss. Begin-
ning on the top row at the right is Prof. W. D. Henderson of the Extension division who received the can
in 1923, Prof. Thomas B. Reed of the political science department who received the trophy in 1924, Prof.
Oscar J. Campbell of the English department who was given the oil holder in 1925. On the bottom row
(the row toward the lower part of the page), is President Clarence Cook Little who received the can in
19?6-last night, President Little was judge of the co urt and in addition was favored with the Epitaph,
the only favorable comment or recognition ever mad e at the Grid banquet----, Prof. William A. Frayer of
the history department, 1927 holder and Dean Hu gh Cabot of the Medical school who held the can last
year. Dean Cabot presented the can last night.
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