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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Medical Co-op Foreign Students Are Studious,
Will Organize Holidays Many, Center Hears'
Meetinv ForFinal Pans Students spend more time studying is begun in the low secondary schools
and less time on extra-curricular and three foreign tongues must be
To e Held Thursday activities in China. india, Siam. Tur- studied in high school. Since apples
key and Arabia according to repre- are imported, roses are given to the
Final plans for the Ann Arbor activities in China, India, Germany. teacher for "rose-polishing."
Cooperative Health Society will be Siam, Turkey and Arabia according Governmental public schools in
made at a meeting of all interested to representatives from those coun- Germany are very expensive, so that
persons to be held at 8 p.m. Thursday tries who spoke at 7 p.m. Sunday in the cheaper and stricter Catholic
at Lane Hall, Mrs. Charles W. Spoon- the International Center. monastic schools are well patronized,
er, a member of the organizing com- English* is the medium of instruc- according to Walter Galson.
mittee, announced. tion in India, although lately the I Turkish schools are shifting from
The society will extend cooperative vernacular is being used, according the French method to the more pro-
principles to medicine, eliminating to Miss Kamala Kosambi. The col- gressive American correlated course
the cost of a private physician by!leges of a university are widely scat- study, said Miss Behece Sadik from
sharing expenses. A doctor will be tered and quite independent of each Turkey.
hired on a full time basis by the group other, she said. Although some prov- Every state of Arabia has its own
to make regular visits to members of J inces have coeducational schools, dat- governmentally-convroiied education-
the Association as well as to answer , ing and dancing are unknown in In- al system, according to Awif Al-Awar
their calls. dia, Miss Kosambi said. She men- who does not believe that the educa-
Membership for a family will be tioned that classes are excused for tional system of his country is ade-
thirty dollars and fifteen dollars for Moslem, Hindu. and Christian holi- quate, for there is not one good agri-
an individual. The organizing com- days. cultural school.
mittee has been working since Febru- Monks are the instructors in Siam,

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FOUNTAIN DRINKS AND CANDIES
We serve a SPECIAL
HOT NOONDAY LUNCHEON
Betsy Ross Shop
13-15 Nickels Arcade
(Where Students Meet to Chat and Eat)
We Deliver Dial 5931

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said Miss Civihi Sinhanet. The Min-
istry of Public Instruction of Siam
requires all schools to be registered,
to be able to meet pre-University re-
quirements and to give the important
government exams. School is com-
pulsory for those between seven and
fourteen or until the student achieves
a minimum of reading and writing.
One foreign language, usually English,
Mathematics Club Plans
Banquet Next Tuesday
Members of the University of Michi-
gan mathematics club will hold the
first of two banquets Tuesday, Nov.
8, at the Union, it was announced
today by Dr. L. C. Meyers, secretary.

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