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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

11hURSDAY, ALMARCH 30, 1939.

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Members Of Varsity Glee Club To Sing In Annual Concert Tonight

Britain Seen Aloof From Europe
Because Of Cultural Differences
Professor Slosson Finds meal of the day-except tea. The
English puritannical Sabbath runs
Ecounter to the "continental Sunday."
Vary From Coninental1 Unique English cultural special-
ties Fsted by Professor Slosson in-
(fditr's Note: Thts i; th laAt in a elude "the English cathedral towns
seri"s of t'rfe rtic!e reporting tIc and the perpendicular type of rchi-
cb'servtions; Gf Pr'f. Presiton Slomson '.n
conditiOn)1 in Euroipc.) tecture, the very small peerage-n
Italy counts are as common as olives
By TIERVIE IIA UFLER in season; the very large, very im-
Lack of a common cultural em- portant, but very vague 'gentry'
phasis keeps England aloof from con- class; the two party system and the
tinental interests, Prof. Preston Slos- misnamed 'public' school for gentry-
son of the history department, who folk."
is now traveling in Europe, observes Although he believes that Englana
in a letter to members of the history looks poor compared to the United
faculty. States, Professor Slosson observes
"It is curious," Professor Slosson that Italy and -France present an
states, "at what a lot of points all }even poorer appearance.. Behind the
continental European countries go Italian "front" of prosperity is evi-
one way and England walks, like dent the thrift necessitated by high
Kipling's cat, 'by her wild alone,' the taxes.
other way." The entire attitude to-- "You enter an Italian hotel which
ward government is different. All is all marble stairways inside and
continental countries have compul- looks like a royal palace," Professor
sory military service in some form, a Slosson write.,, "and gradually dis-
centralized national system of e2(.a cover that they do not heat their
cation which covers nearly all chil- water between 10 at night and 9 in
dren and a general tradition and ten- the morning, or that butter is an
dency to exalt the state and its ac- 'extra,' or that the elevator will not
tivities. move unless you put a small coin in
"The State does a lot in England it first, or that turning on your bed-
too," Professor Slosson writes, "but side lamp automatically turns off
with an apolegetic air as if everything the central light in the room."
ought to be left to private enterprisei--do s w e t s a n r l
if conditions were not so abnormal."
English customs are also in fre- Foremen To Meet
quent contrast to those of the con-
tinent. The "continental breakfast"
of coffee or chocolate and rolls is
directly opposed to the "English With betterment of industrial re-
breakfast" which is often the biggest lations as its theme, the first Univer-

Above are pictured the members of the Varsity Glee Club which will pre ent its annuai spAng ccnc.irt tonight. Seated from left to right are: Clyde
Stitt, accompanist; Harley Spencer, secretary; Hugh Roberts, president; Carl Viehe, business manager; Prof. David Mattern, director; John Collins,
Robert Nelson, treasurer; Jack Ossewarde, accompanist; Paul Kent, student director; second row, Eric Jacobson, Robert Manley, Hudson Dunks,
Harry Morris, Henry Tuttle, librarian; Richard Sklarsky, Robert Kahn, John MacArthur; third row, James Fromm, Jack Secrist, Eugene LaSalle,
Thomas Jensen, Bruce Fennell, Howard Carrothers, Arthur Swann, Anderson and Clark; fourth row, Robert Vandenberg, Edwin Gell, Harry Lusk,
Chandler Pinney, George M. Brown, Earl Loessel, George Brooks, William MacIntosh, assistant manager; John Holt; fifth row, Robert Smith, Colvin
Gibson, Kenneth Heininger, Edwin Otis, Gordon Hardy, Charles Brewn, Frank Tinker, Ralph >Peterson, James Berger; sixth row, Howard Marsehak,

Harold Levison, Robert Kelly, Howard Luxan, Vincent O'Toole, Charles Bowen and James George.
DLCOFFiCIALB
THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 2. Discussion of reports submit- on file in the office, in order to
VOL. XLIX. No. 131 ted with this call to the meeting: supply the manufacturers with ac-
a. Executive Committee, prepared curate and complete information. A
Notces by Professor Arthur S. Aiton. sample form indicating the kind of
b. University Council, prepared by information desired is posted on the
To Members of the Faculty, Staff, Professor Joseph R. Hayden. Aeronautical Engineering Bulletin
aiid Student Body: Attention of Board.
everyone is called to the Lost and xecutive roard of the r Students living in the Chicago area
Found department of the Business ate I. ared interested in registering with the
office, Room 1, University Hall. In- L.uisnIteBdvory Camp Placement Department of the
quiry concerning lost articles should U n te Adiry Commtee on Illinois State Employment Service
be made promptly at the above men- n rsity Airs, K aredski. oand who would be available for a per-
tioned office. Articles: found on the f. Louis C.nferpnk, ysonal interview in Chicago during
campus and in University buildings e Dean's Conference, prepared by Spring Vacation may call at the
should be turned over immediately. Dean Edward H. Klaus. University Bureau of Appointments
Those articlesnot called for within 60 ewbusinessand Occupational Information, 201
days will be surrendered to the find- Mason Hall; Office Hours 9-12 and
er. Shirley W. Smith. Aeronautical Engineering Sciors 2-4. Address and person to contact
and___Graand Graduates: Those obtaining will be given interested students.
either bachelors or masters degrees in University B;:reau of App'aintments
Aeronautical Engineering in June or and Occupational Informatioa.

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Professor Thorpe students majoring
in Group I, and minoring in Group II
see Professor Welch, 4089 Natural
Science (Univ.-591), hours Tu-Th,
11-12; those minoring in Group III
see Professor Wheeler, 321 Haven
Hall (Univ.-598), hours Tu-Th, 3-4,
Wed., 8:30-10.
llistw-y 48: Midsemester examina-
tion, Thursday, March 30, 10 a.m.:
A-F. Room D, Haven, G-Z, Room C,
Haven. V. W. Crone.
Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts:
Midsemester reports are due not
later than Friday, April 7. More
cards if needed can be had at my
office.
These reports should name thosel
students. freshman and upperclass,
CRUISES
rout steamnshlp passage to Europe, for this coming Spring A~
Summer, shouldtoe reserved now. Phone or come in, choose
you.r s.'ip F a smaoll deposit will guarantee tits space. If you find
,sou crnnot go, 1tw il gladly arrange for a Transfer, or a full return
of depos. mnoney. All details comapteted here. without charge.
" ersoranl Serie" on eveiry ,boing, since 1917. PH. 6414
its OLE TRAVEL BUREAU. 601 E. Huron St, Ann Arbor

whose standing at midsemester time
is D or E, not merely those who re-
ceive D or E in so-called midsemester
examinations.,
Students electing our courses, but
registered in other schools or col-
leges of the University, should be.
reported to the school or college in
which they are registered.
A.'A. Walter, Assistant Dean.
Biological Station: Application for
admission for the coming summer
session should be in my office before
April 15 when all applications will
be considered. An announcement de-
scribing courses offered can be ob-
tained at the Office of the Summer
Session or from the Director. Appli-
cations should be made on forms
which can be secured at Room 1119
N.S. from 4 to 6 p.m., daily, or at
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sity-sponsored Foremen's Conference
will convene Saturday, April 22, in
the Rackham school.
President Ruthven will open the
meeting at 9:30 p.m. with a welcom-
ing address. He will be followed by
S. Wells Utley, president of the De-
troit Steel Casting Co., who will speak
on "Individual Initiative vs. Planned
Economy."
Arthur Horrocks, of the Goodyear
Tire and Rubber Co., will discuss
"Industry's Outlook" at a luncheon
meeting in the Union. In the after-
noon, simultaneous panels will con-
sider: "How to Give and Receive an
Order," "Community Responsibility
and the Foreman," "The True Mean-
ing of Employe Relations," "The
United States-The Best Place to
Work and Live," "What Industry Can
Epect from the State in the Way of
Training" and "The Foreman and
His Men Today.

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August, 1939, should fill out the De-
partment personnel records before
leaving for spring vacation, April 7.
If a student is unable to obtain his
photograph by this date he should
turn his record and supply the
phot aph later. Blanks for this
purpose may be obtained in the De-
partment Office, B-47 East Engineer-
ing Building. It is essential that
personnel records of all students be

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The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Detroit Civil Service Examinations:
Date of application given in each
case. Applications must be filed a
week prior to date of examination.
Water System Helper. Salary: "pre-
vailing rate" April 10.
Roller Operator. Salary: "prevail-
ing rate" April 12.
Plumbing Inspector. Salary: $2,640,
April 14.
Complete announcements are on
file at the University Bureau of ;Ap-
pointments, 201 Mason Hall; Office
Hours 9-12 and 2-4.
Publicity Committee for Frosh
Project: All freshmen women on
this and all other Committees must
have their eligibility cards handed
in at the Undergraduate Office of the
Michigan League on or before March
31.
-Acade mic NoticesI
Juniors and Seniors of the Literary
College: Students desiring to apply
for candidacy for the Teacher's Cer-
tificate please see a member of the
Teacher's Certificate Committee as
soon as possible. In the absence of

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