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- THIE MI;CIIU I N 1 AI[Y

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 125

League Council
Votes Earlier
Friday Hours
Reverse Former Decision
And Asks 12:30 A.M.
Closing Rules
(Continued from Page 1)
are bolting their Saturday morning
classes.
(2) House mothers and dormitory
heads have reported cases of 'fatigue'
on the part of undergraduate women
during week-ends.
(3) Saturday classes are now defi-
nitely a permanent institution at the
University, whereas at first they were
believed only tentative.
The Council also passed a motion
intended for consideration by the
Senate Committee on Student Affairs,
asking that the present Friday night
1:30 a.m. permission be retained for
all important dances other than four
to which later permission has already
been granted.
A resolution to permit the four
class dances to continue after 1:30
a.m. was approved by the Senate
Committee a month ago.
The membership of the Under-
graduate Council, with the exception
of Lois King, '37, chairman of the
Theatre-Arts committee, includes
only senior women.
Other members are: Miss Seeley;
Betty Scherling, secretary; Laura
Jane .Zimmermran, treasurer; 'Mar-
tha Steen, chairman of the social
committee; Ruth Sonnanstine, chair-
man of the merit system committee;
Florence Harper, chairman of the
publicity committee; Jane Arnold,
president of Panhellenic Society;
Maureen Kavanaugh, president of
the Assembly; Virginia York and Bet-
ty Chapman, vice-president of the
League; Margaret Hiscock, chairman
of the orientation committee; Jose-
phine McLean, women's editor of The
Daily; Brenda Parkinson, president
of the Women's Athletic Association;
and Winifred Bell, chairman of the
judiciary council.

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By DON T. SMITH
"Any college on the accredited list
of the Association of American Uni-
versities can indeed feel proud," de-
clared Dean Clearance S. Yoakum of
the Graduate School yesterday, who,
with Assistant Dean Peter Okkelberg
returned last week from Ithaca, New
York, from the annual convention of
the Association at Cornell University.
Since its formation 35 years ago,
the Association has compiled a list of
those colleges that train students
well enough so that they are success-
ful as graduate students in the uni-
versities belonging to the Association.
According to Dean Yoakum, many
interesting and important matters
were taken up by the group, chiefly
made up of graduate school deans.
Graduate Transfers
The convention discussed the im-
portance of graduate students doing
work at more than one university.
Several cases were cited involving
problems of transferring from school
to school and of relating work in dif-
ferent institutions of learning. In
general the group agreed that the
use of letter grades for admitting
transfers from one school to another
was satisfactory, but they were not
necessarily a true basis for judging
the value of a student's work.
The group felt that there should
be better arrangements for students
to continue with research work when
they have already begun in one school
and find it necessary to transfer to
another. One solution offered was
an exchange of detailed letters ex-
plaining the work the prospective
transferee had accomplished and
what he might find in regard to his
particular line of work at the college
he was seeking enrollment in.
Dean Henry Gordon Gale, of the
physical sciences division at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, speaking on the
relationship between undergraduate
and graduate work, stated that at

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Chicago under their plans in many FOR SALE
cases the graduate student was from FOR SALE: 1934 Buick-67. Sedan, M1
one-half to a full year ahead of low mileage, fender wells, trunki
graduate students from other schools rack, radio, heater, one owner car,
under the ordinary plan. in erfect condition Will consider I
The results of an experiment con- irdecanditions Wilresonside !S
ducted by the Social Science Research trade and give terms to IS2-3268 110
Council were disclosed at the conven -at.Cl e -268 11
tion. The council offered several fel- LOST AND FOUND {
lowships of $1,000, plus tuition, to ._LP
seniors in colleges all over the coun- LOST: Black overcoat -white buck
try who were interested in going on gloves in pocket. Alpha Delt house.
with graduate work. College Board ex- Call Wm. Warner, 4017. Reward. -
aminations were given to these ap- 112 S
plicants in their senior year, and of 1
the 79 who took the tests, only two LOST: Between Pretzel Bell and cor-
actually passed satisfactorily. This ner of Ingalls and Huron, class pin,
was the first time in the history of letters B.M.H. $5 reward. Phone -
these selections of students for fel- 9517.
lowships that written examinations
were given. GOLD RING, letter W, class of '34.
Initialed R.S.H. Reward. Phone
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