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September 22, 1931 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-09-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESAY,

,MNToHELP
tinued From Page x)
nner, and on Sunday
;ements with freshmen
held within the frater-
and should entail only
xpense. Freshmen must
leave the houses unac-
Aut omobiles cannot be
r time for rushing.
.hibited for any upper-
and ayfreshman to
an agreement or promise
pledging. It is also pro-
ept in the case of broth-,
tyone associated with a
to call on a freshman at

CAMPUSP16L1JICS
FACES Ag§HAKE-UP a I IN
(Continued From Page i)
Washtenaw. An illustrated French
lecture, however, attracted mored
attention on ballot day for the_ _
juniors than the election did, with (Continued From Page z)
the result that the votes which were curred will be paid by the auditor,
supposed to be "signed, sealed and from funds which have been de-'
delivered" were never cast. The
sophomore delegation, however, posited.
turned out ful force and carried Rea called special attention last
the day for its party. night to the fact that the super-
With parties promising both of- vision of this department is not to
fices to Mosher-Jordan in order to extend to fraternities, sorortie:,
insure a victory, party leaders will es
soon have to contend with the so- the Union, the League, or any or-
rority faction, which cannot be kept ganization governed by a board in
contented very long with a mere cot se1.
promise of unimportant committee- Representatives of the bodies
congi under the jurisdiction of

ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN/T47
FRESHMEN;WILL PA T TION FEES
(Continued From Page F) K i.feth E nery
the University this fall without pay- Donaild Evans
irlo +ii~ Ruth Hensick

IF

t

1
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y 9 o'ciock Friday morning of
hing week, a fraternity shall
sent to the dean of students a
in, the order of preference, of
men it wishes to pledge. These
n will be given the list of fra-
nities that wish them to become
mbers and shall file with the
n's office the fraternities, in the
er of preference, that they would
n.
the office shall honor these bids
: acceptances according to the
pective orders of preference..
It the end of the second semester
e pledges may be initiated if they
ve obtained at least 26 hours of
dit with an average grade of C

snaps-,
Freshman Question.
Who is to run the freshma
tions? With pledging delaye
February, the prospect of
emplary, independent, unorg
campaign in the yearling
seems forthcoming. Whether
upperclassmen will use this
tion as an excuse for rush
rushing at times as an exc
politics, remains to be seen.
theless, both parties will un
edly be experimenting thi
since the prestige in havin
the first election often doe
ders in lining up doubtful
during the next campaign.
With Edward McCormick
specure as leader of the Was
faction, the head of the Stat
party remans as yet to be

n elec-
d until
an ex-
ganized

the auditor are urged by e e
---
partment to confer with Rea at
their early convenience, b e f o r e
making any adjustment in bank
balances or books of record.

ing Lurcon.
These scholarships are of recent
innovation in Ann Arbor, this year
marking their inception. Their re-
cipients were first recommended by
the different active, chartered Uni-
versity of Michigan clubs of the
state, on a basis of scholarship,
character, and possibility of deriv-
ing profit from financial aid. The
recommendations having been ac-
cepted, the nominees were exam-
ined by the University oflicials, and
it was upon the results of these
tests that the scholarships were
awarded. AI, mental caliber of sur-
prisingly high quality wasedisplayed
by the applicants, some of whom
y ire graded as being 90 per cent
above average.
Following is a list of the names
and home cities of the students
who shall be honored with the
awards:
ANN ARBOR:
John Herrick Bollock
Victor Paul Kayser
John Ferdinand Schmidt
BNTTLE CREEK:
Mary Louise Burgess
Jack Healy
Morris Higgins
Emma Jane Ross
BENTON HARBOR:
Elis B. Davies
CALUMET:
Ned Nelson

(Continued From Page f) first year team present regc
rindof conoic nres exeriecedUniversity life and traditions.
nod of economic unrest experienced er speakers were Dr. War
by the county at large during 1929- Forsythe, director of the ]
1930 tended to better the scholar- Service, Registrar Smith, n
ship average at Michigan. Mol, '29, J. A. Bursley, dean c
sore than a0selgetdadents, Fielding H. Yost, direc
More than 90 selected members athletics, Max Demorest, memr
of the class of 1935 became ac- the Hobbs expedition to Gree
quainted with Michigan traditions Prof. Philip E. Bursley, of th
and life on the campus through mance languages departmen
group discussion and informal asso- Prof. Russell C. Hussey, of the
ciation with faculty leaders at the ogy department.

classes Three different men have been
or not nominal chairman of the group
situa- during the past three years, with
ing, or a fourth, now out of politics direct-
use for ing activities most of the time.
Never- Some had picked Howard Worden
ndoubt- as the logical candidate this year,
s year, to head the entire caucus, but his
ng won failure last year to obtain even a
s won- nomination on the ticket led to his
houses abrupt switch to the Washtenaw
party. Other possibilities at present
fairly are Fred Crumpacker, last year's
htenaw chairman, Jim North, freshman
e Street chairman, Ed Wunsch, Charles Wil-
picked. lard, and Bill Worboys.

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Phone 23181

pry

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SCHOOL OPENING
Secure Your Supplies
from
Students Supply Store
1111 South University Ave.

ago
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"BOUGHT"
- NEXT SUNDAY -

MICHIGA N
NOW
CONSTANCE
BENNETT

HARRY

in

Has

LANGDON

A

Good
Show
Some-
Times!

IN PERSON
On the Stage

and

eers and Architects Materials
, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books.
ewriting and Pound Papers
lege Pennants and Jewelry
Leather Goods

JOAN
CRAWFORD

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"This Modern Age"

d.

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It's Something
to Brag About

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To the' Class of

1935

;retonne

//

39yd.

. . . we extend a most cordial welcome
and also to those students who are re-
turning to continue their studies at Michi"

LAst year this
cretonne sold at 69c

gaGn.

Splashy jovial patterns or tiny, more subdued
patterns-patterns to satisfy any scheme you
might have for your college bedroom. And we
suggest that you dash right down, if you want
to have a big choice.

THE PROBLEM OF WHERE TO EAT

AT REASONABLE

COSTS

IS ONE

THAT DISTURBS ALL STUDENTS.
IT IS OF ESPECIAL IMPORTANCE

THIS YEAR.

WE ASK ONLY FOR A

TRIAL.

Special Purchase!
CHENILLE

RUGS
Washable
24 inch by 48 inch

FREEMANS
DINNING ROOM
Lunch and Dinner (per week) .9... $5.50
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
(per week) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.00
Sunday Dinner, 75c

For scattering about your bedroom floor, or to
fill up the great open spaces, these gay rugs will

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