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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938

Summer School Garden Club Offers
Award For Women
Tfo Offer Widee
Ses A women's scholarship of $150 a
Orient Stdiesear for two years is being offered by c
the Bloomfield Hills Branch of the $
Special Institute ToO Women's Farm and Garden Club,
Speu OfProf. Harlow O. Whittemore of the
Program Of'Japanese, landscape and 'i!sign department an-I
Russian And Chinese nounced yesterday.
L VTh w UW l pi h Urv% f^ i~vy

Northwestern's Frosh
FI 24diFrolfi Expensive
EVANSTON, Ill., April 21.-(Spe-
cial to the Daily) -But was it worth
$492?
That's what Northwestern Univer-
ity freshmen were wondering yester-
lay when the Board of Personnel told
hem that by 9 a.m. today such a
;um must be raised to pay for dam-
)ge done April 6. In the riot which
ook place that night, between 200
end 300 frosh defied edicts of the
nterfraternity Council to burn their
ots a day early and then marched
p to Williard Hall and other dor-
nitories, entered them and damaged
oth University and personal prop-
rty.
Severe action may be taken by the
Jniversity if damages are not paid.
Read It In The Daily

Book
Now

Store
Sells

EntrepreneurI
Beer Jackets

Continuing his "war against Ann
Arbor high prices" Meyer Goldberg,
'38, who opened the student's co-
operative book store at the beginningi
of this semester, has gone into the
beer jacket business to further help
students save money, he claims. I
"Students realized large savings
and profits, both in buying and sell-
ing books at the cooperative," he said
yesterday "and now that they are'
buying beer jackets and hats, I have
ordered a supply of them with leath-
er M seals that will be available at
little above cost."

Nino Martini Gives
Festival Program
Nino Martini, distinguished Met-
ropolitan Opera tenor, who recently,
suffered a slight injury in a rail-
road accident, has submitted a re-

The revised program is: "Pjeludp
and Pugue in B Minor," by Bach;
arias: "Racconto di Rodolfo," from
La Boheme by Puccini; and "Una
Furtiva Lagrima," from "L'Elisir
d'Ainore," by Donizetti; "Je Crois
Entendre Encore," from "Les Pe-
oheurs Des Perles" hy tirp.ar* 1

One of the outstanding and mostj
comprehensive special programs of
the University Summer Session will,
be offered this summer in the sec-
ond Institute of Far Eastern Studies,
it was announced yesterday.
Intensive programs in the study of
Chinese, Japar.ese, and Russian lan-
guages will be features of the work
of the Institute, representing one of
the first times that concentration in
these languages has been offered in
American universities. Full-time
work will be offered in all of these
languages.
Another feature of the program
will be a series of 12 general lectures
sponsored by the Institute which will
bring visiting lecturers to Ann Arbor
to discuss various institutions and
problems of the Far East. Lecturers
will include Dr. Hu Shih of Peking
University, Dr. Amry Vandenbosch of
the University of Kentucky, Dr. Shio
Sakanishi of the Library of Congress,
Prof. George B. Cressey of Syracuse
University, and Younghill Kang of
New York University.
The work of the Institute will con+
.sst of general lecture and laboratory
courses supplemented by conferences
and the outside lectures. Advanced
courses leading to individual research
and seminar work will be offered also
Courses will deal with Far Eastern
history, art, politics, economics, geog-
raphy, and literatures, besides the
language programs.
The Institute is being sponsored by
the American Council of Learned So-
cieties and the American Council; of
the Institute of Pacific Relations be-
sides the University.
Bulletins can be obtained at the
office of the Summer Session or from
Prof. Robert B. Hall, director.

1 e awara wit tbe open to any
Iwoman who has completed at least
two years of college work in any field,
.he said, and who is a resident of the
state of Michigan.
The scholarship is being offered in
the landscape and design department
as an inducement for =entering tha
field of work, Professor Whittemore
said.
Other eligibility qualifications foi
the award, he said, are a high scho-
lastic average, and a need for fi-
nancial assistance.

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IkIUl va-ib, uy r Ua z
vised program for his appearance at e l' f b
the Friday evening concert of the Lle Stelle, from Tosca by
Ann Arbor May Festival. Puccini.
In addition to the program num- Eugene Ormandy and the Phildel-
bers, Mr. Martini is expected to sing phia Orchestra will not only be the
a number of unannounced composi- accompanying body for Mr. Martini
tions. but they will also offer a number
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Cinematographers Submit
Plans For Organization
Plans for the establishment of a
University motion picture club have
been submitted to the Dean of Stu-
dents,, Albert Reid Bailey, national
secretary of Delta KappaAlpha,
honorary c ntematography frater-
nity, announced yesterday.
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Women's Debating
Results Announced

(Continued from Page 5)
of the contest between Delta Gam-
ma's first team and the first team for
the League House Independents. Vir-
ginia McNichols was the -chairman of
this debate. Betty Lou Van Deusen,
'39, acted as chairman of the debate
between Kappa Kappa Gamma and
the third team for League House In-
dependents, which was judged by
Barbara Bradfield, '38, Katherine
Brusman, Grad., and Mary Frances
Reek, '40.
Four debates scheduled to take
place yesterday were postponed un-
til 2 p.m. tomorrow. These are the
contests between Mosher Hall and
Jordan Hall; Gamma Phi Beta and
first team for Kappa Delta; Col-
legiate Sorosis and Chi Omega, Alpha
Epsilon Phi and Ann Arbor Inde-
pendents.
The four winners of yesterday's
debates and the four winners of to-
morrows debates will compete at 4:15
next Thursday. The places for these
approaching debates will be an-
nounced later.

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Spring Vacation is over. The Michigras, Michigan's Gigantic
Fun jamboree looms on the horizon. Enthusiastically Frater-
nities, Sororities, Dorms, and Independent Organizations fran-
tically prepare booths of Hilarity and Mirth as their contribu-
tion. Michigan's GREAT CARNIVAL is but two weeks off.

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EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

WJR
PM
6:00-Stevenson News.
6:1 5-L1et's Celebrate.
6:30- Boale Carter.
6:45--Lum and Abner.
7:00-Lj st Entertainmfenlt.
7:15--Arthur Godfrey.
7:30-Victor Arden Music.
7:45-Melody and Rhythm.
8:00-Choose Your Announcer.
8:30-Paul whiteman Oreh.
9:00-Hollywood Hotel.
10:00 zongshop.
10:45-Musical.
ii:00-Headline News.
11:15--Week in Review.
12:00-Casino of the Stars.
12;30-Ted Flo Rito Orch.
WWJ.
P.M.
6:00-Ty Tyson.
6:15-Dinner Music.
6 :30-Bradcast.
6:45-Michigan Highways.
7:00-Amos 'n' Andy.
7:15-Radio Extra.
7:45-Sports Review.
8:00-Lucille Manners.
9:00-Waltz Time.
8T:30-Tre Story Hour.
10:00-First Nighter.
10:30-Jimmy Fidler.
10:45-Dorothy Thompson.
11:00-Newscast.
11:10-Webster Hall Orch.
11:30-Hotel Statler Orch.
12:00-DAP Orchestra.
CKTLW
P.M.
6:00-Wheel of Chance.
6:30-Exciting Moments
6:45-Happy Joe "Quiz."
7:00-Luigi Romanelli's Orch.
7:15-Detroit Board of Education.
7:30-Kathleen Stokes, Organist.
7:45-Lawrence Salerno.
8-:00-To Beannoucewamig
8:30-Happy Ha warming
9:00-Juvenile All-Stars
9:30-Studies in Contrast.
10:00-Canada, 1938.
10 :30Orchestra.
10:4-1DShal'Ne us foc et.
11 :00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-A.A.U. Basketball Semi-Finlals.
12:00-Dance Music.
an n r.. U~ Kcr to frch.

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AMUSEMENT!

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Fri ,day

Make up your mind not only ,to attend but also to pai-ticipate
in the MICHGRAS.
HELP SEND THE BAND TO YALE NEXT FALL.
BRING THE GIRL'S POOL ONE STEP NEARER TO
REALIZATION.
Behind the excitement and fun of the Carnival lies the ful-
fillment of these two worthwhile things.

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JELL
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HOUSE
Saturday

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