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r' F r t n e r k ,f ) 1 . I ) ships, each with a stipend of $00 for each Chapt er, hae been subnitted by
Du1r.1Ft ltrstelnberg I Pubic Dema1(ding- 1SociallThlemles rone year. have been etablihed by the several Chapters. I4"" Aw
(DAILY FFICIL the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. c) The final awards shall be made
These whb d- by the Committee and the successful
W arns .at'"!. A gainst 1inoviQ ?r" DlIk t.e _ .1 t (11 *,i BlJULa~LEed in accordance with the following appliants shall be noified by th
4> i tsa------ --- --te- reg'ulations: Secretary General of the Society not
j I Zola, Pasteur, Dead End were tested on their attitudes toward FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1938 . s1 The Phi Kapp8 Pi Fllovshps later than June 1.
O. Negroes before and after seeing the VOL. XLVIII. No. 93 shall be awarded each year to under- 3. It is expected that those accept-
(Continued from Page ) (]iaraeteri4ie Of Type film graduate members of Phi Kappa Phi. ng these Fellowships will devote their
anfalNow Bei S orted Dr. Dale stated that the scene. Dormitory Dli-ecetors, Sorority Chap- each of whom wishes to enroll as a full time to graduate study through-
tion placeasin medi- _pacein edi- which showed the Negro as offensive Crons, Iiousecheads. During the ex- candidate for an advanced degree in out the academic year and will not at-
vine, it should be administered only By MALCOLM LONG "doubtlessly" had much effect on the animation ?,criod, women students a graduate school in some American tihe scoasti hordohisemnr- on that
under the direction and supervision revival of the Ku Klux Klan and College or University. A student reg- e scholarships or Fellowships. nor hours ca
of a physician. Never use this drug The biggest change in the making caused much ill will toward Negroes. mry thein houshds There isiib istering- in a professional school such ny salaried position. This restriction than 30.
to produce insomnia or to bring about of motion pictures within the last few On the contrary, the picture "Al from their houseeads. There will be as Law or Medicine is not eligible. will not be construed as prohibiting The a
an artificial stimulation of the ner- rears is that the producers have come Quiet on the Western Front" one of no late permissions granted during Within these requirements no restric-c the acceptance of a remission of tui- b made
vous system. The depression and fa- to realize that plays dealing critical- the most popular films ever made, the examination period. Jan. 29 tion shall be placed upon the field of tion or other fees provided no return ba et
tigue which follow, slow your mental ly with social problems will be well created considerable anti-war senti- through Feb. 9. There shall be no work. service is required.TheE
processes and militate against suc- supported at the box offices, Dr. Ed- ment in those persons who were test- over-night guest in any approved 2. The receipients of these Fellow- Stdts r Ing nm az nnoune
cessful scholastic achievements." gar Dale of the Bureau of Educational ed, Dr. Dale said. Other movies like undergraduate house or domitory ships shall be selected from among a ics: The Departmentcncentraton tion is c
Dr. Forsythe's letter to local drug Research said in an address here "Four Sons" and "Son of the Gods" during the examination period. list of applicants as prescribed below. daailablestrtin men oii
store proprietors follows:'eser -y made for very friendly feelings to-! dieswl eaalbe startgm non
stor prpritor folows mae fr vry rienly eelngsto-a) Those eligible to apply for One Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 9, at 1:30 open to
"VWe 'are somewhat concerned about Movies like The Life of Emile Zola, ward the Germans and the Chinese, University of Michigan Press u- f Thse Feligible haply iorlune Wedns. 9.a +:30 sev o
thedevelopmet ofrstudentpracticefLousasur+,yfethesenFTleohehsps shall includeadapnm and continin tehrr oh thnsenivrsi

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ir committee. The
ess than 20 nor more
th pins and keys, will
ar at the installation
officers each Spring.
Uouncil of Congress
since the organiza-
all the independent
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ependent man who
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Louis Pasteur, Fury, Dead Endicapions. Members o the University
of taking concentrated drugs to pre- Informer, Black Legion will never be There is a great field for movies in faculties are entitled to buy publica- tmembers of Phi Kappa Phi who, du-
vent sleep and symptoms of fatigue. forgotten by the public he said. These education today, he said, and told of tions of the University of Michigan graduate study, were elected to mem-
"The self use of tablets containing are only some of the pictures in a new 14 colleges which have recently intro- Press at a discount of 10 per cent
caffeine and benzedrine in any form series, that was begun by Warner duced courses on motion pictures into from list price. For the convenience bership int e ocasiseio.
is particularly inadvisable. An edi.- Brothers, dealing with social subjects. their curricula. Among these he listed of members of the faculty and others, To be eligible for consideration,
toial in the Journal of the American Research studies conducted by him the University of Illinois, New York arrangements have been made for the appi ants for these Fellowshipstshall
Medical Association of June 5 last, prove conclusively, he said, that mo- University and Columbia Teachers' sale of Press publication s at the be filed on or before the 15th of
MUniversitysofiMichigan Press5Build- March xwith the Secretay of the So-,
page 1972, gives a discussion of this. tion pictures are great sources of in- College. University of Michigan Press Build-
It reports cases of collapse, fainting, formation and form the attitudes of ing, 311 Maynard Street. ciety Chapter in which the applicant
ahsinsomniafollowing the use of euch of the pu Bic. He citedasNation TedtativmpZo n wmen Students: Moving may which shall be available for distribu-
"We regad them as brain irritants which was shown groups of stu- Lake place any time after Wednes- tion from the office of each Chapter
which in the end defeat the purpose dents throughout the country who aseO A . nt i iIi day, Feb. 9. Women moving from Secretary.
for whichintheyenda efeak the pur se d ns hou h ut te o nty wo---,University dormitories must remove ic) Each Chapter of Phi Kappa
for which they are taken. We advise hall belongings by noon, Friday, Feb. Phi shall select each year, in a man-
against their use ane1n the interest who purchase these drugs should be (Continued from Page ) 11. Students entering the dormitory ner to be determined by that Chap-
of student welfare, solicit your co- warned and advised against their use --- for the new semester should see the ter, from among those of its members
operation in restricted sale. If you are in the position of refusing mitted to the Board in the plan they Director of the dormitory who will who are eligible to file and have filed
"We are aware of your position, and such sales we would appreciate know- draw up. set the time of their admittance, applications for' Fellowships withii
that someone will probably sell the ing it. The committee's suggestions for the the prescribed time, the one applicant
drugs for the small profit to be ob- "Your cooperation in the problem magazine were that: University Women Attending J-iop. whom they consider the most worthy
tained. We feel that at least, students will be appreciated." "1. It should be issued at irregular The closing hour for womens resi- of receiving one of these Fellowships.
----- - ------ --- - - -- -- intervals, of one month, two months I dences the night of the J-Hop, Feb. (d) A Committee of the National
or three months, as suitable material 11, will be 3:30 a.m. For those wvho Society shall award the Fellowships
Sbecm avilblln ard, o the appicants whom they iudges o
. e ~ r "2.Isoud e_ literary mg- the closing hour will bea4:30a.m.ad, be ot woty amonig those whose
zine rather than a magazine of opin- _ _ applications, not more than one from
__ _ion. but no rigid restrictions should, -ss__vesiyA _-_ndote
LAUNDRY 615 E. Universty. Phone 7503. 339 1 be imposed. Kansans interested, luncheon Michi-
-."_The Board will pay the entire~ga League, Monday, Jan. 31, 12:30.
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned. I1 PARK TERRACE. A double room; expense of printing and will distribute Call Mrs. Harold D. Smith, phone'
Careful work at low prices. modern House 'facing Park, one it to all subscribers to the Daily. No 4066 for reservations.
N . .eblock noretheast of Michigan League. advertisement will be carried for
_ANTEDNewly decorated. 343 revenue. A price will be fixed for Sophomores L.S. and A. All Sopho-.l
LAUNDRY wanted by efficient laun- STUDENT to share large double room single cOies, to supply the demand mores must have their elections ap-
dress. Pce reasonable. Call for and for next semester. 8443 343 ropies addition to those dis-proved by Feb. 5. All students who
deliver. Phone 5227 342 aea ad r x . 443. 33 tibuted by Daily carriers. No editorial have not yet received a card please
LARGE SINGLE ROOM for graduate salaries will be paid. I into Room 9, University Hall and
WANTED: Ride to New York and re- student. Phone 7471. 419 N. Ingalls. "4. A suitable size might be 16 or 24 make an appointment for a confer-
turn. Can leave February 8. Call 345 pages, with double column pages ence. The office will be open from
5618. 341 - about eight and one half inches by 10 to 4:30 p.m.
______-. ~ ~ . - NOTICES ______Ieleven inches on good book paper, ,-
WANTED: To buy a canoe. Phone TP - Caeful~~~a-d with no separate cover." * Phi Kappa Phi: Graduate Fellow-{ y
5045. 340 TYPING- -Carefully and accurately

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n.. g a coritteeandasotoe.
classification period. Students should those elected in the zone elections
report to Room 9 Ec. Bldg. ! March 1.
Upo;; ,Mmplction of the zoning, full
School of Music Students: Music - information concerning zone boun-
Students who elect courses in prac- elor ections and details of the
tical music are requested to enroll organization s i n betpublished.
for such courses (this in addition to g
(Cgntinued on Page 4)
Prof. Alfred H. Lovell, assistant
dean and secretary of the College Pen SERVICE
of Engineering, has been nominated
as vice-president of the American '302 South State Street
Institute of Electrical Engineers

231 SOUTH STATE - Phone 9242 -- 8 Doors North of Kresge s
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Union.) 333
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
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VIOLA STEIN, 706 Oakland. Phone
6327. Experienced typist. Reason-
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old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
PRIVATE family will rent one double
room. $7. New furniture. Simmons
innerspring twin beds. Indirect '
amps furnished. 1133 Forest. Phone
2-3380. 329
ONE-ROOM apartment. Private bath.
Suitable for graduate student. Oil
heat. Call 8169. 911 Forest. 303
FOR RENT: A single and a double
room for Jewish girls. 1511 Wash-
tenaw. Telephone 3851. 316
APPROVED apartment for four men
students. Clean, comfortable. Rea-
sonably priced. 1030 E. Huron. Apit.
1. 335
BETWEEN campus and Intramural,
first floor, 3 large rooms. Furnished,
convenient, comfortable. Reason-
able. Phone 6682. 334
4-ROOM furnished apartment. New
electric refrigerator.' laundry, Steam
heat. 209 N. Ingalls. Phone 3403.
GRADUATE student has two room
apartment to share with mnm-grad-
uate student. Call or leave message
in apartment mailbox. Apt. 2L 216
S. Ingalls. 328
SIX-ROOM apartment. Very modern
in McEnter Apartments. 220 S.
Thayer, opposite Hill Auditorium.
Phone 7785. 324
2 SINGLES, 12 BLOCK from campus
Very comfortable. Priced $3 and
$3.75. Call 2-3754. 338
SINGLE' student 's room. Nenr cmi
pus. 8'7 Brookwood. Phon 2-301
DOUBLE for boys. Front room. Wa run
Across from Engineerng Building.

done, L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
1220 ACRES clay loam. Has lake
frontage. 25 acres of woods, brick
house, basement barn. 36 by 90 tile
silo. Sheep barn 50 by 50. For quick
sale. $7,500. Whaley or Clapp.
Phone 2-1964: evenings 2-1170.
POR SALE: Tuxedo in excellent con-
dition. Average size. Finely tailored.
Glen the Tailor. 631 E. University.

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