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1 Asks Aid From Dewey lx Of Facult Super Malted Milk Honor Point Ratio Remodeled Varsity Glee Club Plans
To Make Soda TapFyrRecitals In Near Future
1To Give Talks r, oaa For Literary School Freshmen The Varsit, Glee Club will an
FountainOf Youth __nounce plans for several 'recitals in
eA t onference Students of the class of 1941 in theI the quality of work necessary for the near future, one of which will
Ann Arbor has been chosen as the'graduation. probably be held in collaboration with
proving grounds for a new drinkli The new alteration may, however, I the nursing school glee club, accord-
Six members of the faculty will containing the beneficial equivalent they receive their transcripts next make a considerable difference to the in to Prof David A. Materndire-
-;peak at the 27th Annual Conference of 20 yeast cakes. Called the June that a change has been made student who is near the C average re-
ctiv- of the National Council of Teachers Wheatain" malted milk, the new their grading system. Ior of the School of Music.
nage >f English in Buffalo, Nov. 25-27. liquid is said to be a natural food The relationship of honor points gram and for graduation, he de- In addition to this recital, the glee
tabes IAmong the speakers are: Prof. Paul iproduct extracted from cereal to hours of credit has been changed clared. It requires that the hours of club has been invited to broadcast
Mueschke of the English department;sources, principally rice polishings so that for them and subsequent credit for which an E grade has been with Bob Steinle's Union dance or-
f ex ho will speak on "Suggestions for and wheat germ-the "live" part of classes, the numerical equivalents received shall be included in the cal- chestra, and to sing at Ohio State
hanges in the Policies of the English the wheat. will be as follows: four points for culation of the honor point average,
"ade Journal," Prof. Charles C. Fries of The drink, especially rich in vita- A, three points for B, two points for heretofore deducted from the total
the English department and editor ofi C, one point for D and zero for E. hours of the semester in calculating
whoe Early Modern English Dictionary appetite and abolish fatigue. This change need not hold any the honor point average. the students were well aware of this
ho will spea on New Light Upon Among other benefits the concoc- terrors for the student. Dr. Lloyd . "In many instances, a student's loophole in the grading system, and
ng of Prof. Thomas A Knott of the Eng tion, it is claimed, will abolish lack Woodburne, secretary of the Execu- scholastic record was higher if he it was even rumored that instructors
lish department and editor of the of vigor, overcome lack of water in tive Committee of the literary col- received an E in a particular course were requested to report a grade of E
-The j Middle English Dictionary who will the blood, prevent sub-normal tem- Ilege said yesterday, since the new than if he had received a D," Dr. rather than D when a student with a
-Ths speak on "The Dictionary" and Prof., perature and decrease in weight, system does not require a change in Woodburne said. poor scholastic average approached
-Alert H. Marckwardt of the Englis "There is no doubt that many of admission to a degree program.
New department and assistant editor ci ___________________
anize the Early Modern English Dictionary
wider who will speak on "The Leonard Re-SH
came port: Current English Usage."
t to- Mrs. Helen Rand Miller of Univer- ow Ao
sity High School whose new book,
y re Judge H. Crater, mysteriously miss sented at this conference, will act as IM ILK - ICE CREA M \S p ping O ut?
and Jing since 1930, is shown as she an-' chairman of the meeting on t'Stand-
Wall nounced in a radio broadcast that ards for Moving Pictures and News-PTuHaANNs THANKSGIVING SPECIAL
.rture she will ask Thomas E. Dewey, papers.I
o god district attorney-elect of Man-T Fred G. Walcott of the School of1.Two-Layer BrckI
n its hattan, to re-open investigation of Education, chairman of the National Vanilla and Pumpkin
the justice's disappearance. Committee on Adequacy of the Book-
es R Supply of the Council, will make a. 2. Brick Holiday Pudding,.
rence report to the Council's executive!
com- Speech Professors board. -infancy molds j
m Will Lead Forumsu GUEST BAND AT UNION , Superior DairyCompan
STwo bands will be featured by the1
Prof. G. E. Densmore of the speech Union at its annual Thanksgivingi _ P ne-_-
department will lead a forum dis- dance from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. -
.. cession on departmental administra-
Plans China Night Lion and Prof. W. P. Halstead of
________the speech department will head one
(Continued from Page 1) n voice exercises at the annualdcon-
I_ Ivention of the National Association
that the Federal WPA is bringing to of Teachers of Speech, Dec. 29, 301
Ann Arbor's Masonic Temple on Dec. and 31 in New York City.
3, is one of the present projects of, The association is meeting this year
the Cultural Committee. in conjunction with the AmericanI
The University's liberal and cos- Educational Theatre Association in 1
mopolitan enrollment with no pro- the sessions at the Hotel Pennsylvania
vincial barriers or organized reaction- in New York City.
ary forces, a student newspaper alive This national group is composed of
to current issues, and a faculty with approximately 5,000 teachers of
many progressive members are ad- speech from universities and high
vantages, Mutnick told the group, schools in all parts of the country.
that some united front organizations,- _
in other places do not have. The SPEECH GROUP ELECTS
uniited front. nrincinpes f the, Pro- ------- r'7. a . 'i.a1. speec_ _onor soit,
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e aPhi Eta, speech honor society,
gressive Club, which any person may last week elected the following off-
joi if he believes In any one of ,its cers, President, Margaret Lowry, '38,
points, are good training for students, vice-president, Helen Barnes, '38, sec-
he said. retary, Nelson Persons '38, treasurer,
Mutnick outlined the work of thejJanet Groft, '38 ,
various committees, pointing to Span-
ish Week conducted by the PeaceI
Committee anduthe investigation
of facts about book exchanges and
cleaning establishments that the Se-
curity Committee is carrying on.
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