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January 14, 1932 - Image 2

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THE MI CHICAN DAILY TURSD

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HOPWQOD CONTEST Gets Philippine Job
PROBLEM TREA TED

.eresident when cn
Wednesday Afternoons. peditions as. a men.
Prof. H. M. Jones Discusses How --versity Museum ex
to Arouse Student Interest L''hrce years ago when Alexander Neither President
in Prize Competition. G. Ruthven became president of ven ever seem to
the University he instituted the To many students w
custom of regular afternoon teas a year or perhaps
Members of the committee on for studen's on the first two Wed- it is a pleasant i
the Avery and Jule Hopwood Crea- nesdays of each month. This cis- them recognize the
tive writing contest met Tuesday tom was the outgrowth of informal is mentioned to t
nght at a banquet with a group of affairs held by former presidents After a half hou
teachers in Engish composition of but the regular custom of the new dent takes his lea
the University. The banquet held affair marked a different idea in to return again
at the League, was primarily for social functions by the administra- next month. And
the purpose of creating more fac- tion.
ulty interest in the contest and in At the first few teas only a hand-Changesin
its administration. .ful of students attended thte func-
Prof. Louis A. Strauss, head of:L tions appareptly in awe of being n Made by .
the English department and chair- close contact with the head of a
man of the Hopwood committee, large university. After three years, Four major cnai
acted as chairman of the banquet. however, the students have become
Dean John R. Effinger of the Col- used to the informality of the teas cutive personnel o
lege of Literatuie, Science and the and yesterday when the second tea tional Bank and
Arts was the guest of honor. of the month was held in the Pres- occurred as a resu
Prof. Oscar J. Campbell of the ident's mansion, it was estimated election of officer
English department opened the Associated Press Photo by some that several hundred walk-
program with selected readings e'd in and out of the well-equipped Paul, presicent,
from the poems of Samuel Hoffen- Gov. Theodore Roosevelt who was library and attractively furnished succeeded by Robe
stein, appointed governor general of the living room. k mer vice-president
"How to Secure Contestants for Philippine i s 1 a n d s by President The procedure of the tea is in- e ei t
the Hopwood Awards" was the sub- Hoover following the resignation of Tma thedsi whileLewisenrCrd
jetofa ades y rf.HwadDwight F. Davis. formal, the student being receive '15 Law, was mad
ject of an address by Prof. Howard Dat the door and ushered into the
M. Jones in which he dealt with ibasement dressing room where he i place of Mr. C
the major principals which should INTRAMURAL RESULTS leaveshis wraps. He then walks up Stoll, trust officer,
guide the University in the devel- to the living room where he shakes Mr. Pau, who h
opment of the Hopwood contest. He Delta Tau Delta 7, Phi Beta Pi 8. hands with the President and Mrs. president's chair fo
stressed the fact that this contest Phi Alpha Kappa 24, Phi Kappa Ruthven and chats for several signed in order to
awarded the greatest literary prizes Tau 6. minutes on almost any topic. to private.usiness
that have ever existed in any coun- Psi Upsilon 7, Delta Sigma Phi 9. If it is his first time there, he is dent has been ass
try or been given by any institution Alpha Chi Rho 19, Phi Sigma Del- invited to inspect the house and institution for 40 y
fn the world. Because of this, i t 0accompanied by Mrs. Ruthven or in his recent caps
for no other reason, he pointed out, one of the women who assist her, Mr. Christman,
it is important that everyone be- Sigma Nu 15, Phi Beta Delta 12. oeo the womenaho aist r, r. htUns
come conscious of the significance Alpha Delta Phi 8, Phi Rho Sigma s. and library. In the dining room he Law school in 1915
and that the English department Theta Xi 18, Nu Sigma Nu 2. partakes of sandwiches, cookies and Ohio Savings Bank
and the University as a whole Chi PhiT~12, Phi Mu Alpha 6. tea and meets other students there. pany where he w
should work together in order to Class "B" In the library, where the largest Elections are 1
gain the real purposes for which Delta Tau Delta 15, Beta Theta group gathers, he browses through week in all Wa
the contest and its awards were pi 4. the many rare editions owned by banks.
established. Alpha Chi Rho 0, Delta Alpha Ep- the President or inspects the hun-
silon 2. dreds of gifts from all over the
Debt on New Parochial Delta Sigma Pi 12, Alpha Sigma world which both Dr. Ruthven and ne
School Cut by Churchi Phi 14. past presidents rn
Kappa Nu 12, Hermitage 10.
Financial reports of St. Thomas Theta Xi 11, Delta Kappa Epsilon Tw) PANTS SPRING SUITS L
Catholic church published yester- 12. D'1
day revealed that $2,000 had been Chi Psi 58, Alpha Omega 0. $28 and up
paid off last year on the principal Sigma Pi 5, Delta Upsilon 9. Suit Pressed, 20c
of debt on the new Catholic school Phi Sigma Kappa 7, Psi Upsilon 14. All kinds alterations at cost I's
constructed in 1929 at a cost of Independents ' CHAS. DOUKAS a
$250,000. The debt at the beginning Olympics 21, Maroons 5. 1319 South University
of 1931 amounted to $170,000. Brewers 26, Soph. Union 8. -
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