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Social Welfare
Lecture Series
Starts Tuesday
Prof. Dunham Will Give
Talk On Social Work
In Graduate School
A series of weekly lectures being
.ponsored by the Ann Arbor Com-
,Tunity Fund to promote discussion
among women of the country on so-
cial welfare and to train volunteer
social service workers will be initiat-
ed at 10 p.m. Tuesday with a talk by
Prof.. Arthur Dunham of the history
department on "What is Social
Work?" The meeting will be held in
the Graduate School.
Other lectures will be given by Wil-
1iam J. Norton, vice-president and
secretary of the Children's Fund of
Mlch igan who will talk on "The
FPresent Status of Welfare Legisla-
tion in Michigan," Irene Ellis Murphy,
director .of the Central Volunteers
Bureau of the Council of Public Agen-
cies in Detroit who will speak on
"Private vs. Public Relief," and Ser-
geant Margaret Slater of the Toledo
'police Department whose subject will
be "A Police Woman's Day."
Dr. John M. Dorsay, psychiatrist
An the Children's Center in Detroit
wiAll discuss "Scientific Consideration
I~Ch~racter Formation" and Dr. Na-
4han Sinai, professor of Hygiene and
Public Health will talk on "The Coun-
ty Health Unit."
Student Daily
Wins Victory
Committee Of Arbitrators
End 18-Month Battle
(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan Board of Regents) to in-
vestigate student publications. The
committee, headed by an alumnus
recommended the creation of an
"Alumni Trustee," who would "hold
all or a controlling part of the cor-
porate stock of the paper in trust for
tihe Trustees of the Colle'ge." They
further recommended that "the
Alumni Trustee should have the right
at any time and for reasons that
seem good to him to remove any mem-
ber of the editorial or business
Widespread protest by students and
#lumni followed these recommenda-
tions and an estimation of under-
graduate opinion taken by Palaeopitus
found student sentiment opposed to
administration control of publica-
Dies Undergoes Operation
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 -(e)-
Representative Die- (Dem.-Tex.),
who underwent an operation this
morning after an acute attack of
appendicitis, was reported tonight to
be out of danger.

Big Boeing Clipper Plane On 'Shakedown' Flight

Robert Rosa Faces Obstacles
In His First Year At Oxford
By ETHEL Q. NORBERG Whenever a man wishes to see one
Many restrictions will beset Rob- of his friends he must leave his card!t
ert V. Rosa, '39, when he begins his in the latter's room with his request,wr
first year at Oxford University as a preferably asking the friend to come
Rhodes Scho ar next October. to his rooms, Rosa discovered. If he
With two or more years of scholas- desires to play football some after- 3
tic work before him, Rosa, who was noon, he must sign a sheet of paper t
recently announced one of 32 United at the playing field with a "May Il1
States winners in the annual Rhodes Plea:-?" after his name and he will '
Schola'rship competition, is one of not be informed until the next day t
four men chosen in the district com- whether or not he can play.
prising Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, In addition, Rosa learned, no stu-
Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. He will dents are allowed in "pubs," or Eng-
study modern history, politics and lish beer gardens. Student proctors
philosophy duripg his first year and are ever on the alert to catch any
economics his second, with a third violator. However, drinks of all sorts
year in prospect providing he can may be brought up to the students'
present a satisfactory program for fu- rooms, a curtom not encouraged in
ture study and if his work is of high the United States.
enough caliber. The scholarships, founded in 1904 -
Social restrictions at Magdelin as a result of a legacy left by CeiiI a
College where he hopes to study are John Rhodes, famous English colon- i
extremely severe, Rosa learned in ial leader, have been providing a large
conversations with former scholars. number of students in the United t
No dates with women outside the States, the British dominions and li
school are permitted, and any viola- Sermany, two or three years study i
tion of this rule, no matter howGemntortheyassud
slitis strisctlcenure,.n Onmttu at the great English university. Fourjg
slight, is strictly censured. One stu- members of the University facultyiI
dent simply said hell to two woe w era ne tiessRhodes scholars.'
in a theatre and, as a result, wasweeaontieR dssclr.Iw
gated, They are Prof. Hessel E. Yntema of ;
g (i.e., confined to his room he Law School, Prof. Arthur Smith-
after 9 p.m.) for a long period of ies of the economics department,
time.Prof. John P. Dawson oif' the Law n
School and Allan Seager of the Eng- 1
section): Will meet beginning Mon- lish department.
day in 402 Mason Hall.
Math. 7, Sec. 1 (Dr. Elder): Will
meet beginning Monday in 401 Mason

A big '74-passenger Boeing Clipper Plane is shown juQst after it hopped off at Seattle, Wash., for Astoria, Ore.,
on the first leg of a "shakedown" flight to Hong Kong for Pan American airways.


SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1939
VOL. XLIX. No. 98
To All Faculty Members and Staff:
Special Employment Time Reports
must be in the Business Office on
Monday, Feb. 20, to be included in
the roll for Feb. 28.
Edna Geiger Miller,
Payroll Clerk.
Certificate bf Eligibility. In order
to secure eligibility certificates for the
second semester, first semester report
cards must be presented at the Of-
fice of the Dean of Students. First
semester eligibility certificates are
valid only until March 1.
. To Jniversity Employees in Ad-
ministrative, Secretarial, Stenograph-
ic, Clerical and Similar Positions:
The Business Office desires to know
what inidividuals would be desirous of
participating should the Regents find
it possible to open to employees of
the above classifications the oppor-
tunity to purchase old-age annui-
ties on exactly the same terms and
conditions that they are now pur-
chased by members of the academic
faculty. These terms and conditions
are, in brief, the payment by the in-
dividual of 5 per cent of his or her
annual compensation as premium up-
on an old-age annuity with addi-
tional, equal payment by the Univer-
sity for the same purpose. In all
cases premium payments by the
University as well as premium pay-
ments by the individual, plus inter-

est, are the permanent possession of
the individual under the terms of the
contract with the Teachers Insurance
and Annuity Association. In case of.
death before reaching retirement age
all accumulations go into the estate
of the individual.
It should not be understood that
this offer is being made to employees;j
the purpose of this notice is, rather,
to find out how many would take
advantage of the offer if made and
thus to know whether the plan is de-
sired, and if so to enable an esti-
mate of the cost of putting the plan
into operation, if decided upon.
Cards have been prepared and are
available in the offices of the Deans,
and other principal University of-
fices, on which interested employees
may file, in the Business Office, by
Campus mail or otherwise, their de-
sire to participate in such a plan if
established. Replies are desired by
the Business Office not later than
Feb. 28, 1939.
Shirley W. Smith.
A Junior Year In Beirut, Syria:
Sophomore students who may be
interested in spending their junior
year abroad will have the opportuni-
ty next week to discuss plans for a
year as exchange students at the
American University in Beirut, Syria,
the outstanding institution of the
Near East. President Bayard Dodge
of that University will be the guest
of the International Center Friday
and Saturday, Feb. 24 and 25. Hel
will speak, atta subscription luncheon
(75 cents) at the Michigan Union Fri-
day noon, on "The Near Eastern Ren-
ing. Call for and deliver Phone
7398. 408
HELP WANTED-Male student for
part time sales work, strictly corn -
mission. Apply 514 E. Liberty. 413
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
CASH PAID for your discarded
clothing. Claude Brown, 512 S.
Main. 311
PAPERHANGER-Craftsman, cap-
able fine paper work. Dial 7209. 181
WANTED--Clothing wanted to buy.
S u i t s, overcoats, typewriters,
watches. Sam pays the most. Phone
6304 for appointment. 388
WANTED-Second hand set of para-
gon drawing instruments. Center
wheel type preferred. Phone 9524.
WANTED-Caller to assist in teach-
ing and conducting square dancing
classes. Please address box 8. 407

aissance." Reservations should be
made at the Center by Thursday t
President Dodge will show his moA-
ing pictures in technicolor and speak
on the American University at 4 p.m.
in the Ballroom of the Michigan
Union. On Saturday he will be at
the International Center all day for
conference with students interested
in the proposed exchange student
plan.hAppointments should be made
in advance with the Director of the
Academic Notices
Ec. 52, sections 15 and 16 (11 o'clock)
will not meet this morning.
Free Golf Instruction : Coach Court-
right is conducting golf classes at the
Intramural Building for faculty and
students. The classes come on
Tuesday and Thursday at 3:30 and
4:30 and on Monday and Wednesday
at 3:30 and 4:30. Classes run for three
weeks at the end of which time new
classes start. Classes begin Monday
and Tuesday, Feb. 20 and 21.
Exemptions from Saturday Classes:
During the first two weeks of the
semester the following members of
the committee on Saturday Classes
may be consulted: Professor Everett,
Tuesday and Friday, 2:20-3:30 in
3232 A.H. Professor Reichart, Mon-
day 10-11 and Wednesday 10-11:30 in
300 U.H.
Greek 156a will meet Tuesday, Feb.
21 at 11 a.m. in 2009 Angell Hall.
F. E. Robbins.
Math. 282, Topics in the Theory of
Functions of a Complex Variable. The
next meeting of this class will be
held on Tuesday at 11 o'clock in 3001
Math. 36, MTTF 8 (Nyswander's
English Boot and Shoe Maker
Our new repair department, the
best in the city. Prices are right.
438 South State and Factory on
South Forest Avenue.


Political Science 266 will meet inII
Room 407, Library, Monday, Feb. 20,'
from 3 to 5 p.m. 30
Psychology, English 228: Schedule
for this class has been fixed for
Monday, 4 to 6 in N.S. 1139.
J. F. Shepard, A. R. Morris.
Speech Class for Stutterers: A class
(Continueed on Page 4)



Effective as of February 14, 1939

LOST-Gold wrist watch with gold
band. Made by Faith. Will finder
please call 12-1754. Reward. 416
LOST-Sunburst diamond ring two
weeks ago at the Michigan League.
Reward. Call 2-2547. 400
LOST-Pair of glasses in Intramural
Bldg. last week. Phone 3756. 411





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