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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

tle Once Raged On Campus
As Faculty Barred Fraternities

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(Continued from Page 2) ty, declaring that if fraternities were
allowed to continue, the University
to the aid of the fraternities in 1850 would "have to advertise our beautiful"
when a committee of three, Isaac E. buildings and spacious grounds 'for
Crary, D. A. Noble and Joseph Pen- sale or rent'."
ney, declared that proscription of It was immediately after this that
fraternities "can be attended with no the report heretofore referred to was
good results." That report was called read into the Regents' minutes.
"false and spurious" by faculty mem- So many men had been expelled
bers and then upheld by a Legislative that there were only 12 left to gradu-I
Investigating Commission. ate in 1850 and seven of these were
On February first, 15 non-fraternity members of Beta Theta Pi. Rather
men came to the support of the facul- than stir up the battle again, how-

ever, the faculty took no action. Then,
just after graduation, the Betas were
forced off the campus, some going to
Union College and others returning
to Ann Arbor after the ban was re-
moved.
Despite the faculty's earnest efforts
some Betas remained on campus. They
first took in some non-student "mem-
bers" so that they could say they were
not a University organization and
then affiliated with the Western Re-
serve chapter of their fraternity. Thus,
nominally, there was no Beta group
at Michigan. Meetings continued
secretly.
In October. 1850, peace finally was
made. A Beta, Arthur D. Rich, offered
to let the faculty investigate the insti-
tution's constitution. The offer was
accepted and the fraternity legalized.
Soon the Alpha Delta Phi organization
and the Chi Psis made similar re-
quests, both of which were granted.

Frash Bathe Hapless Sophs In Union

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Sophcinore after Sorhomere was flung into the Union Pool last night
to the accompaniment of raucon's laughter from the aisembled freshmen.
under the direction of Mr. Donn "Jesus, according to Upton Sin-
Chown. Mrs. Hardin Van Deursen clair." The recent book-"Our Lady
and Mrs. Hope Bauer Eddy will sing Cello solo by Miss Gratia Harring-
"Forever with the Lord" by Gounod, ton.
and Miss Mary Porter, organist, will 4:30 p.m. Prism Club.
play" Prelude" by Schmitt and "Fan- 7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Union,
tasia" by Bubeck. Miss Barbara Tinker will speak on
6 p.m. Student Fellowship. After: her two years in China, collecting
supper, Mrs. Charlotta Wagner will textiles and witnessing the supreme
give several readings and there will tragedy of a people.
be a student debate on public utili- 9 p.m., Coffee hour.
ties. The debaters will be: Tom Van-
Sluyters, Harry Pickering, Char.:: Christian Reformed Church Serv-
Tieman and Charles Karpinski. ices for students, held in the Michi-

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Consulting Engineering Department First Baptist Church and Roger e
of the Dow Chemical Co., will speak Williams Guild, Sunday, 9:45 a.m. ji
on "The New Deal of the Middle Students class meets at Guild House, s
Ages." New amusements and spe- with Dr. Chapman. 9:30 church b
cial refreshments are also planned. school. 10:45 a.m. Church worship.
All members and their friends are Prof. John'Mason Wells, D.D., form-
cordially invited to attend. er pastor of the church will preach.;]
- His theme is "A Symetrical Life."
Debate Tryouts for the Hillel De- Prof. Wells is now on the faculty of v
bate team at the Foundation on Sun- Hillsdale College.
day at 10 a.m. Tryouts will give 6:15 p.m. Students at Guild House.
three minute speeches. Four members of the Freshman Class-
will speak. Social hour and refresh-
Churches ments follows.
First Congregational Church, Cor- St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
ner of State and William Streets. Services of worship Sunday are: 8
Rev. Leonard A. Parr, D.D., minister. a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m. Ju-
10:45 a.m. Service of worship. nior Church; 11 a.m. Kindergarten;
The subject of Dr. Parr's sermon will 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon!
be "The Universal Three." Theby the Rev. Frederick W. Leech.
choir will sing "Sanctus" by Gounod,
Episcopal Student Group: The
SUNDAY DlNN1ER speaker Sunday evening at the Epis-
Chicken Dinner Complete 65c copal student meeting in Harris Hall
Steak Dinners at 75c, 65c, 55c, 50c will be Mr. A. K. Stevens of the
SUBWAY COFFEE SHOPPE University of Michigan English De-
727 N. University at Thayer partment. Mr. Stevens will speak at
(Under Miller Drug) seven o'clock. All Episcopal stu-
dents and their friends are cordially
~- invited.

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St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West
'Liberty at Third. Reformation Day
services will be held at 9:30 a.m. in
the German language and at 10:45
in English. At both services the pas-
tor, Rev. C. A. Brauer, will speak on
"Reformation Blessings." A special
offering for missions will be taken
at the services.
Gamma Delta (Student Club) will
meet for supper and fellowship at 6
o'clock. At 6:30 Pastor Brauer will
give a talk on "Luther's Marriage."
All Lutheran students and their
friends are invited to attend.
First Presbyterian Church, 1432
Washtenaw Ave.'10:45 a.m., "Between
The Generations" is the subject of
Dr. Lemon's sermon at the Morning
Worship Service. The Presbyterian
Board of Christian Education is cel-
ebrating Sesquicentennial Sunday in
all Presbyterian churches this Sun-
day. Our service will include a dedi-
cation of the Church School staff.
The choir directed by Palmer Chris-
tian will take part in the service. The
musical numbefs will include: Organ
Prelude, "Introit" by Liszt; Anthem,
"Psalm 150" by Franck; Anthem, "0
King All Glorious" by Willari; Or-
gan Postlude, ;"Fugue (94th Psalm)
by Reubke.
4:30 p.m., a class for students on
the Bible will be led by Dr. W. P.
Lemon.
5:30 p.m., The Westminster Guild,
student group, supper and social
hour to be followed by the meeting
at 6:45. The discussion groups on
"What Is Christianity?" will be con-
tinued. All Presbyterian students
and their friends are invited.
First Methodist Church. Morning
worship at 10:40 o'clock. Dr. C. W.
Brashares will preach on "The Con-
tradictions of Life." The choir, un-
der the direction of Achilles Talia-
fero will sing "O Savior of the World"
by Sir John Goss, and "Come Let Us
Worship" by Palestina.
DOB-Galley FOUR... ... ...tom
Stalker Hall. Student class at 9:45
on "The Religions of Mankind." Prof.
W. Carl Rufus will lead the discus-
sion.
Wesleyan Guild meeting at 6 p.m.
The Drama Club will present the
play -"The Color Line." Fellowship
hour and supper following the meet-
ing. This is the last meeting in our
week of celebration of the 25th An-
niversary of the Wesley Foundations.
Unitarian Church, State and Hu-
ron Streets.

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