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LEI UV NDERG R ADU AT ES Russian Grand Duke NO RT H WES TERN ST UDENT HO USING S. C. A. Forum Hears
ilU blU U L 10 FFEEDSUMMER' Stricken BIllness iS UNDER UNIVERSITY SUPERVISION Paul Anderson Talk
rfCOURSES AIBROAD nS vietWith the intention of. fostering expelled, or if a fraternity dis- On Soviet Republi
AR ST Romance Languages Department a democratic feeling n the campus, bands, the university would sell
Announces Additional Work p Northwestern university is main- the house, to some other group, and
For Faculty Members 'taming a successful plan of hous- original fraternity that complies with Communist E
Several opportunities for stu- ing fraternity and non-fraternity The non-fraternity houses are Iprinciples, just as a moral act here My
dents and faculty members to men side by side. The system em- built adjoining the others in much is one that complies, in a general at
C CHAMBERLAIN EXPLAINS study abroad this summer were an- braces university control of financ- the same way. More responsibility way, with the Ten Commandments, run
now LITHOGRtAPH9%,;LY 'nounced yesterday at headquarters ing and construction, and also l- is placed on the university in the according to Paul Anderson, direc- gin
POINTS ARE MADE of the Romance languages depart-(s cation of new homes for the stu- construction of these houses as thes C
ment. While many courses leading dents, whether they be members of occupants are not organized. The sd
to the doctorate are available, work Greek clubs or independents, dean of men has charge of renting school in Paris, who spoke Thurs- con
DEMONSTRATES PROCESSp;Gekcusoinpndt.
is also offered for undergraduate iFMen students of the university them and a housekeeper is em- day in Lane hall on "Russian Re- stri
Estudents. are all housed at one end of the ployed to keep them going. ligion and Morality." In ordinary in
Examiples On Display In xii At the summer session of the!
Being iseld In. Al Exni b Royal Uhesity of ho campus while the girls-sorority Housing the men students by this matters, such as honesty, they tun
Meorial al Royal University of Siena, accord- and non-sorority-have recently! plan worked out so well, that re- judge in the same way as we, but clu
i moved into their quadrangle of cently a large building schedule in any case in which communism is
can students will be able on July buildings at the opposite corner of was started for the women stu- concerned, the guiding question is typ
Speaking yesterday before an 2 and Aug. 16 to see unique spec- the campus. No lines are drawn dents. A woman's quadrangle of "Does the action further Coin-
indience of more than four hun- tacles of mediaeval games and between rich and poor-students sorority and non-sorority houses munism " If it does help Coin- toc
cded which filled the west gallery dcues fm te rhrteenth ce waiting on tables and working their has been erected. Except for the munism, it is a moral action; if it an
f i il hall to over- tury . This seems, according to way through school live side by Greek letters over the door, there does not, it is immoral, Mr. Ander-
Alumni Memorial hside wir ay tho hsehoownling ighht ypso rbdncsyEvr cto n;usa sfrMh a
tury. id Thisos wnnghih is practically no difference between; son said. Ic
ffdwing, Samuel[ C. Chamberlain, many Americans who have seen it, ;sd ihtoeonn isrcialho-ifrnebtwe o ad
ffding Smue C Chmbelan, an Amreintbu vh ce hchpowre cas.the two types of residences. "Every action in Russia is for the te
ifmrprfsori h aci"cueINot apaen butaveil whichIy powered cars.! the
mer professor actually takes one the ahc elife of The co-operative plan was con- This method of close supervision purpose of helping Communism. wh
school here and a well-known artist, that early period." ceived 15 years ago. It was first of the girls has proved quite satis- Karl Marx is their guide, Ander- tion
xelained the technique of making Attendance at Siena is said to I looked upon with isuspicion and factory, it is pointed out by the son declared. The Russian govern- We
d.nd printing lithographs, etchings, offer special opportunities for ten- only four fraternities ventured to niversity officials. The scholastic ment undertakes the education of An
nis and other sports, and Siena is work with the university officials. ures are almost always in the b Jim
und dry-point etchings, and gave located near the ancient University Gradually others participated and case of girls who live off the cam- which are combined nurseries and Ke
sl remonstration of the process of of Tuscany, where students are inow apparently everyone approves pus, it is reported. plete religious freedom, the govern- '29,
frnting1 them on a press set up in permitted to visit. the plan. ment does not encourage religionur m eett
*e hall. An exhibition of Mr. The Universite de Besancon-les- Competition between fraternities BUREAU SECURES and does everything possible to'We
'chamberlain's work in these fields bains especially stresses, in infor- N;' a !in trying to outdo each other inC rnede r thing posible Ma.
is being held in Alumni Memorial mation sent to headquarters of the sumptuous display of domicile CAMP POSITIONS Apen i oseducaon.
hill until February 25. Romance languages department,Adenl has been eliminated. The hsgsa
"ihgaharmadbyda-their provisions for the receptioni Grand Duke Nicholas oss tronized largely by Russian rfu
"areall ofpractically the same A Camp Counsellors bureau has gees, spoke under the auspices of un
ihon gaspecialb t th i and installation of students, and Of Russia, head of the once value and yet no two houses are been established by the Student the Student Christian associationDoi
p block of stone 'opportunities for various trips, ex- powerful Romanoff family, has exactly alike The fraternity may students in positions as leaders in 1ethe Set Chrti assitio en
Anga rynand the w wsingas -(ine theckefwrstpnofonathel semester's. Te stte-ity ay
vax crayon ad hen vrashing it cursions. sports, and promenades. een stricken wi pneumonia arWith the university archi- private and institutional camps in dent forums. The forums, which dra
in acid," he said. Wherever there Special vacation courses for Antibes, Frances, where he has cn d he ierity 'the Great Lakes region. Applica- are informal, will c o n t i n u e ap
was wax a minute printing surface American students at Besancon- made his home since the downfall tectand help in drawing up the tions when filed at Lane hall will othroughout the semester, and will la
is left. les-baines run from July to October of the Russian nionarchy. The plans to the satisfaction of both. be placed at the disposal of direc- be held every Thursday afternoon. ner
"Etching, on the other hand, is I31. Regular four month, three head of the former royalty was 72 'Initys ow, the t te tors needing men. Last year, the They
ust the reverse: the copper plate month, two month, six week, and years of age. comk o the fe rnity ma S.C.A. was able to procure work for 'the cmpes. o e
is first covered with a very thin one month courses are offered, at 'arhitectwt a good many college students, in-p us.
flm sOf wax which is then removed .fees varying from 335 francs to Marc.A B L ETN hent. ae iyapl esl daith niversitteFre s iioCamp.
frm the plate wherever the artist's 145 francs. Classes in experimental . I. P . BULLETIN When a fraternity applies for a eUdivabut teFrve psiions
itth leavingthe (and theoretical phonetics, classics,ISENT TO SCHOOLS house and has enough money to All those interested are urged to
sand conversation are offered, it is uni ertheirrgood intentions, the see Homer H. Grafton, at Lane hallCE
surface exposed to the action of universitEL C
ai. acid bath. The ink. is applied announced. The second edition of the M.I.P.A."esiy proced1t ra u heassonasposbl. h breu
the woidfa de innand thenA plans. When the building begins, affords an opportunity for several
t e o r ainin onyd then WOBulletin, which is published by the the fraternity pays a stipulated 14students to spend their summer in,
pedof wihavbeg only in the Michigan chapter of Sigma Delta amount each year to the univer-a profitable and pleasant manner.!
portions which have been eaten SOCIOLOG Y BOOK Chi, was mailed yesterday to the sity, which amount corresponds to
iy highschoolnespapers ofth rent. When the entire amount is Women volunteers of the Ame-
"Community Problems," a new paid off the fraternity is then can Red Cross made 253,040 gar-a
acid is not used at all. The copper book by Prof. Arthur Evans Wood state which are members of the: owned by the university. ments, more than 2,000,000 surgicalvy
is cut directly with a set of delicate of the sociology department has Michigan Interscholastic Press ,as- University ownership is necessary dressings for emergencies, 34,000 Solvay and G
leedles-one made of steel, used just been published by the Cen- sociation. The bulletin which is for control of the situation. If a Christmas bags for United States
for :the deep foreground tones, one tury company. The work is a study Iedited by George E. Simons, '30, fraternity misbehaves, it can be soldiers in foreign service.
made of ruby, used to draw clouds,; of community problems associated man
towers, and the like in the distance, with housing, health, recreation, member of Sigma Delta Chi and ;IIIIIIIIiIi1 l11 1iiIi11H111iI1Illli11111 t
'd one made of diamond, which and Americanization, correlating night editor of the Daily, and
produces a clean-cut line resembl-!social theory with social practice. Wesley H. Maurer, instructor in ORATORICAL This business has bee
id those in an acid etching. Professor Wood has had wide ex- Journalism, is the second of four l ASSOCIATION since it was establishe
"The best way to tell the two perience in the field of community { editions which will appear during '. .......resents "giving absolute sati
kinds of etchings apart, aside from welfare work, and is president of the year, the first having been _pm"W
the greater smoothness and suavity the National Community Center mailed in October. =cutomers." We beli
Of the acid-etched line, is to look Organization. In addition to his A new policy in type of articles= LiOeWELLs in a. friendly
At the deepest tones in the plate. newest work, he is also the author 'presented characterizes the new think so too, 1.r s
If you can see the lines of construc- of "Some Unsolved Social Problems edition. Whereas formerly the ? I
tion, it is probably a dry-point, of a University Town.' articles were largely informative, T H O M AS.li .t '_'
while if it is one single tone the i and aimed to helping the highJ<":"r S
rte was probably etched with The first woman deputy tax editors overcome difficulties in Noted Author
acid. commissioner in New York City is writing and makeup, the articles =
"One of the chief factors in a Mrs. Betty F. Goldbloom. She was will henceforth deal with happen-
successful etching is the paper, of formerly a real estate broker and ings and developments among the = Hill Auditorium _ C, RN W ELL
course. As a rule the poorer the school teacher. Her principal papers of the association, aimed at=;:_.:.=
quality of paper the better the duties are to assess real and per- communizing of. interests among s :" FEBRUARY 19 _-OFFICE, CORNW
print that results." sonal properties for taxation. the members. honeOffe : 451-45
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)IDY CLUB PLAY
DENS TUESDAY NIGHT
lliott Lester's comedy, "Take
Advice," will occupy the boards
Mimes theater with a week's
presented by Comedy Club be-
ning Tuesday night.
he story of the well-kzmown
edy deals with the heroc
uggle of a psychology professor
endeavoring to save the' for--
es of a family from the
tches of an oil-stock swindler
e of salesman. In addition
eral amorous affiliations serve
complicate, the plot and add to
lumber of amusing situation4.
[any of the old favorites in
'pus dramatics are found :In
cast. Included among those
o participate in the presenta-
a are Alfred Foster, '29, as Bud
aver, Elizabeth McCurdy, '29, as
n Weaver, Robert Adams, '30, as
Thayer, Tom L. Yates '29E, as
*ry Van Kind, Thurston Thiem,
as Mr. Joseph Weaver, Je 4-
Dale, '31, as Mrs. Joseph
aver, Florence Tennant, '3,'s
rella Scotte, and Charles Peak,
Ed, as Prof. Bradley Clement.
he entire production will be
er the direction of Thomas J.
ugall, '28. Dougall was promi-
ftly identified with Michigan
matics while in college, having
eared in numerous of the reg'-
plays as well as being proi-
itly identified with several Of
most popular Michigan Uni
ras.
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t Virginia Coal
as Coke
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d. The secret-
sfacion to or
cve it pays to do
V way. If you
get together.
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