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March 06, 1931 - Image 2

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IPAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ILL TkX, ALUMNI
ADE UIVERSITY
SAYS DR, ROBBINS'

Cites List of Individuals Who
Have Contributed Towards
Michigan's Growth.
PRAISES STATE MILL TAX
Special. Chart Shows Way Dollar
Is Obtained From State
Appropriation.
Michigan's mill tax and the gen-
erosity of certain alumni are the
two things that have made the
University possible,-Dr. Frank Rob-
bins, assistant to the president,
stated yesterday in this week's issue
of the "Alumnus." Dr. Robbins said
that it was only through these two
mediums that the University has
been able to keep up with the ever-
increasing demand for educational
facilities.
Involves Many People.
"The people involvedmake a long
list, with many famous names
arnoyg them, and others not indi-
vidually famous, but to whom, for
courage, foresight, and ideals, the
state of Michigan should be eter-
nall'y grateful," Robbins said. "There
were Richard, Montieth, Governor
Mason, and others of the patriarchs
who first caught the University
idea. John D. Pierce and those of
his generation who carried it fur-
ther; the great administrators-
Tappan, Angell, Burton-who, guid-
ed and moulded the institution;
Williams, White, Adams, Wenley,
Van Tyne and the other g r e a t
teachers of the past and the pres-
ent faculties, who have embodied
the university idea; and the gover-
nors, legislators, members of the
constitutional conventions, and pri-
vate citizens who have said that
Michigan should have a university
and for one hundred and 14 years
have cherished their creation."
Points to Necessity.
"The Mill tax law is the back
bone of the University's structure,"
Dr. Robbins concluded. "While it is
the law of the state, the University
is assured of a stable existence; it
can make plans and policies ap d
expect to carry them out; it candt
engaige teachers of ability and
standing; and it is not a political
football. Without it, there isino
hope that the University of Michi-
gan could retain a respected posi-
tion among the universities of
America."
Dr.. Robbins' special chart show-
ing the way in which the dollar is
divided indicates that 52 cents of
each 100 comes from this Mill tax
and other state appropriations.

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G LBE R T N AU& E N II( Journalist to Speak
OLD EST IN HOUSE U " LUatLiberal Students'
TQFECwRU Program on Sunday
T 0 1,9ENCH GR Wa - s--t
Wesley H. Maurer, of the journal-!
Professor Describes Englishman ism department, will discuss "The
Public and Crime" at 7:30 o'clock
in Eighteenth Century ISunday night before members of
French Literature. the Liberal Students' union of the
______Unitarian church. The union has
The works of Sorbieres, Voltaire ( recently announced a series of Sun-
and Montesquieu in their relation dyi t g s endin from
to the Englishman were described xt week until spring vacation.
to te Enlishan ere escrbed prof. Lowell J. Carr, of the socio-
in Prof. John W. Eaton's lecture, logy department, will talk March
"The Englishman in Eighteenth 15 on "The Social Function of the.
Ccntury French Literature" deliv- Church." The following Sunday,e
ered last night at a Cercle Fran- March 22, Dr. Robert Dexter, of
cais meeting held in the organiza- Boso flPeak on "Taking the
tion's meeting room in University "Pros and Cons of CapitalbPunish-
I hall. mnt will be discussed by Prof.
Eaton took each of the authors Burke Shartel, of the Law school,
turn and March 29. The Sunday prior to
su otke. excerpt om spring vacation, April 5, Prof. Pres-
Ssmme of their works. Of Sorbieres, ton E. James, of the geography de-
he said, "he wrote of the English- partment, is scheduled to talk on,
man's contempt for foreigners, the The Recent Revolution in Brazil."
bad cooking; their habit of smok- S- r
x }ing after every meal; the interest in
p o 1 i t.i c s and the Englishman's Held for Investigation
phlegmatic temperament.
aIe ot "Montesquieu;" he stated, "is ! Roy Hobbs, 1221 Chelsea avenue,
Assoc "Istruck, by the melancholy in the I a salesman, is being held by police
Gilbert N. Naugen, English character, by the power of for investigation into what was
Republican from Iowa who be- money, and by the lack of hospital- termed "suspicious actions" by Po-
came the oldest member in service ity in the country. He declares lice Chief Thomas O'Brien yester-
in the house upon the death of Paris a beautiful city with ugly day.
Henry Allen Cooper. Haugen is thingsandeLondoncan uglyci Hobbs was arrested as he was
Hcomplen3 Cyer.i hen lowe with beautiful things. ''ci running from the office of Dr.
completing 32 years in the lowers. Of the references to the English Theron S. Langford, at State and
branch_____ngress.in Voltaire's writings, Eaton de- William streets, yesterday, when the
dared that Voltaire has nothing office was closed.
very favorable to say of the coun- yFrightened away from the office
IItry but the Frenchman did ad- by employes, Hobbs ran down the
mire the respect of latitude towards stairs leading to the rear of stores
rwriters,scientists and philosophers facing State street. A Negro porter
writers, Eof the Calkins-Fletcher drug com-
I "Voltaire also admired the Eng- pany who was going up the stairsI
at the time 'gave chase and finally
dish middle classes,"he continued, catgt him avo haenn fnal
North Central Association of quoting from one of his works, "the curned him ov Srate street and
Colleges Will Meet English nation resembles its strong Ipolice.
beer, on top the draught, below the
in Chicago. dregs and excellent in the middle.'"
He also stated that Voltaire has a NOW
Holding their thirty-sixth annual good word to say on the liberty of SHOWING
meeting, the North Central Asso- conscience in the English people,
ciation of Colleges and Secondary referring to the number of religions
Schools, will convene from, March in the country.j
17 to 20 at Hotel Stevens, Chicago,
Dean James B. Edmonson, of the Students Are Eligible
School of Education and secretary
of this group, announced yesterday. toi Join Phi Eta Sigma
Committee reports, relating to
standards for high schools, stand- Freshmen carrying 12 hours of
ards for colleges, athletic policies, work whose marks for the first se-
entrance requirements, and the mester averaged half "A" and half
scope of units in certain secondary "B" are entitled to initiation into
school subjects, will be presented. Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary A moving and inspiring roman
The program- will. include ad- society. Those who had the samer
dressed by H. W. Chase, president average in 24 hours of work for the graphically and. dramatically dep
of the University of Illinois; G. W. first two semesters are also eligible women and children
Frasier, president of Colorado State f for membership. Students with
Teachers college, and R. M. Hutch- high enough grades should turn COMING CHARLES
ins, president of the University of .their names into the secretary of SUNDAY RUGGLES
Chicago. their respective colleges.

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U, SL;IN s DETROIT, March 5-Emphasizing I igan's lakes and woods.
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gan's outdoor life, the third annual -n
Furnished by Casa Loma outor B the hirdmana' is made in Michigan, a large in-
Orchestra. Motor Boat and Sportsman's show,~ dustry is founded on outdoor life
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Favors for the annual Frosh Fro- provethat economic relief, as well fit that will be obtained from build-
lie, which will be held a week from as recreation and pleasure, may be ing up this line of manufacture.
tonight in the Union ballroom, will
be address books in genuine suede

leather, according to an announce-
ment made yesterday by Virginia
Lane, chairman of the committee.
The books will have green cord
and pencils to match, with emboss-
ed borders, and gold decorations inf
the form of the University seal, the
date of the affair, and the claxss
numerals on the front. A sample
will be placed on display later.
It was also announced that the
Casa Loma orchestra, which has
been engaged for the affair, has
reached Detroit after having played
at the Princeton and Yale junior
proms. They are at present engag-
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