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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, APRIL 29,1939

Regents Accept Gifts Totaling
$19,368 And Award Contracts
(Continued from Page 1) 1 Mrs. Abraham W. Meyer of Chicago;
- ___- - - - -$100 from Miss Amy F. Conger of
Zoology, was appointed honorary as- Grand Rapids for the Alumnae Coun-

sociate curator of mollusks in the
Museum. t
Introduction of a course in Indus-3
trial Relations into the curriculum in
mechanical and industrial engineer-
ing was made by the Regents. The
change, which will effect fourth and
fifth year schedules, will drop one of
the courses previously included.
Doctors P. H. Jeserich, Dorothy G.
Hard, E. L. Whitman and R. W..
Bunting of the School of Dentistry
offered the Regents a recommenda-
tion that they contract the Federal
Arts Project regarding a memorial
to Dr. Willoughby D. Miller, '75,
Ph.D. 85 (hon.). The memorial will
be placed adjacent to and between
the present Dentistry Building and
the new one now under construction.'
A bequest of $8,893 from the estate
of the late Miss Margaret Donovan
of Ann Arbor to . be added to the,
scholarship fund established by herp
late brother, Cornelius Donovan, '72,1
was accepted. The fund will hence-
forth be known as the Cornelius and
Margaret Donovan Scholarship Fund.
A grant of $8,000 was received from
the Carnegie Corporation of New
York to initiate an experimental pro-
gram in micro-filming under the di-
rection of W. W. Bishop, head li-
brarian. Another grant of $1,200
was made by the same corporation
to assist Prof. Charles M. David, di-
rector of admissions on advanced
standing in the literary college, to
make a study of the methods and
practices employed by other institu-
tions in admitting students to their
courses.
Parke, Davis & Co., of Detroit re-
newed its $500 grant for 1939-40 and
provided $200 for continuation of
their research during the summer.
Other gifts included $100 from the
Art Cinema League to the University
library to serve as a fund for the pur-
chase of books dealing with motion
pictures; $300 from. the Telluride
Corp., Ithaca, N.Y. to be ldded to the
Astronomy Publications Fund; $25
to be added to the Louis A. Strauss
Fellowship in English by Mr. and

cil Fellowship Fund, and $50 from
the 1940 J--fop Committee for the
Varsity Debating Team.
PhiBeta Kappa
Initiates Fifty
National Ilow1rary Society
Hold C eremony
Fifty new members of Phi Beta
Kappa, national scholastic honor so-
ciety, were initiated yesterday after-
noon in the Michigan League chapel,
with Prof. Herbert A. Kenyon of the
Romance language department speak-
ing briefly.
The list of initiates follows:
Juniors honored are: Frances G.
Orr, Robert F. Berris, Leonard M.
Newman, Donald H. Treadwell, Tracy
V. Buckwalter, jr., Florence Mae
Krenzler.
Seniors named are: Sarah M. For-
sythe, Alice C. Prayer, Hubert S.
Moran, Helen S. Owston II., Julia
Ann Upson, Ruth Mary Schorling.
Margaret Jane Bryant, Charlotte
J. Holland, Marcia Connell, Alfred
Hower, Marvin W. Reider, David M.
Stocking, Helen I. Tucker, Esther L.
Gross, Douglas A. Hayes, Robert L.
Kamm, Leo Kayser, jr., William H.
Smith, Marie O. Vielmetti, John
Wynstra.
Arthur P. Bartholomew, jr., Jere-
miah Belknap, Joseph Bernstein,
Philip W. Buchen, Meyer Davis, Wil-
liam N. Mundy, III., Margaret E.
Haggan, Robert S. Hansen.
Saul R. Kleiman, Leonard D. Rose-
man, Herbert H. Goldstein, Murray
M. Lipschitz, Wilson S. Miller, Re-
becca Newman, Charles A. Ormsby,
Herbert L. Pariser, Walter Singer,
Robert J. Taylor, Paulette Wolf.
Graduate students honored: Wil-
liam I. Cargo, Lynne L. Merritt, Jo-
seph E. Kallenbach.
Others named are: Helen Jane
Barr, '38 and Nancy Jean Koven, '38.

University Fails
To Stir Visitors
High School Students Find
MichiganUnexciting
(Continued from Page 1)
some people studying in that restaur-
ant over there. They never do that
in the movies. Boys don't walk around
with girls the way they do in the
movies. But the boys here are just as
attractive."
Ruth Pritchett, Detroit: "A college
man shouldn't be too much like the
movies; he must be himself, sporty
and natural. A girl should' dress older.
A lot of them don't dress very care-
fully."
Harriet Halloran, Frances Kish-
paugh, Barbara Kishpaugh and Mar-
jcrie Hodgson, Battle Creek: "From
the movies, you get the idea that-
college students never work, but after
going through The Daily, we're im-
pressed by the amount of extra-cur-
ricular work done here. College men
and women are much more serious
than we expected; all these goldfish
swallowers must be publicity hounds.
We've seen a lot of college men today,
but where do all the co-eds stay?"
Another cynical-looking visitor re-
fused to give his name and place of
3rigin. He did say, however, that,
"confidentially, college ain't so hot."

University Elementary School Record Club To Meet
The first meeting of the Graduate
Features New Educational Plan Record Club will be held at 3 p.m.
.______ 4today in the Rackham Building. The
organization, sponsored by the Grad-
School's Modern Features chology, a dental laboratory, a record uate Student Council, will. be an in-
Make 150 Y t room and the office of research assist- formal gathering of graduate stu-
eougsters ant in child growth and development. dents who are interested in hearing
Enjoy. Spring Classes A number of the classrooms con- recordings of classical music of all
tain balconies where observers may periods. All graduate students are
By ADRIENE RAUCHWERGER study the children at work without urged to attend and to bring along
A school that students enjoy at-,distracting their attention. any records they may care to hear.
tending sounds like spring in Ann
Arbor; in the reaim oi pleasant day-' MICHIGAN TH EATRE Way10
dreams. The University's elementary
school is a living-example of the new VictorPayne Jennings presents
education where "work is as allur- ETHEL
ing as play, and every one has a good
time.
The school which was built in 1930
is under the supervision of Prof. Wil-
lard C. Olson, director of researchk
in Child Development in the elemen-
tary school and Mrs. Myrtle Fire-%
stone, supervising principal of the
Elementary School. 150 students at-
tend the school with not more than by Mozo de It Roche - with Harry Ellerbe
30 in a grade. Tuition costs $50 a . Mail Orders NOW 55c, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75 (Includ. Tax)
semester for those of nursery age
who must take their meals at the
School while other children pay $15
a semester and may buy a meal ticket.
On the first floor in the center of
the building is the junior nurseryr b
for children of three or four years
old. In back of the nursery is an
indoor gymnasium with offices for
a doctor, nurse and dentist adjacent.
On the second floor are clinical lab-
oratories, an office for clinical psy-
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