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T H E M IC HIGA N DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT
mT

. 20,

7hirl Of Events Fills Life Of University Of Michigan
Students During The 1937-1938 Academic Season

(Continued from Page 25)

ituation." Heavy ballot is cast
a" a inst United States neutrality leg-
islation in campus peace poll.
Oct. 30. Michigan eleven defeats
Illinois 7-6 for its second victory of
the season.
Oct. 31. The 80-piece University
symphony orchestra presents a con-
cert at Hill Auditorium. Thor John-
.son is conductor.
Nov. 2. Ted Shawn and his men
(lancers open the Oratorical Associa-
tion series with "O Libertad," dance
saga.
Nov. 3. Union open house fea-
tures free dancing and free shows.
Nov. 6. Varsity eleven wins over
Chicago 13-12 when Stark Ritchie,
forgotten man of the Michigan foot-
ball team, makes two ,touchdowns in
the last four minutes of play.
Nov. 9. Arthur Rodzinski conducts
the Cleveland Orchestra in Hill Au-
ditorium for the second of the Chor-
al Union series.
Nov. 12. Third annual Engineers'
Ball is held in the Union.
Nov. 13. Michigan eleven is again
victorious as it defeats Pennsylvania,
7-0 at Philadelphia.
Nov. 17. Michigan Men's Varsity
Debating team defeats the Univer-
sity of Chicago in the first Big Ten
conference debate of the year on the
question, "Resolved That the'Several
$tates Should Adopt a Unicameral
Form of Legislature." More than 4,-
000 students sign petitions to Presi-
dent Ruthven seeking vacation Fri-
day and Saturday after Thanks-
giving. Michigan's 41 general fra-
ternities vote to support dormitories
for freshmen at .the regular meeting
of the Interfraternity Council.
Nov. 19. Richard Crooks, famous
American tenor, appears in the third
" f the "Choral Union series in Hill
Auditorium. Deans refuse to grant
petitin asking the extension of the
Thanksgiving vacation.
Nov. 20. Michigan downed by
Ohio State, 21-0.
Nov. 26. Annual Panhellenic Ball
attfacts 400 couples.
Nov. 27. Varsity hockey team takes
the University of Western Ontario
in an exciting 3-0 game.
Nov. 29. A tear gas bomb ex-
plodes during the concert of Fritz
Kreisler, eminent violinist, causing
discomfort to several in the audience.
Kk'eisler calls the affair a - "freshman
prank.",
* Dec. 1. Galens, medical honorary
society, starts its tag day sale for the
benefit of children in the University
ltospital. The Washtenaw party slate
sweeps the junior class literary col-
lege elections, taking every office
from the State Street candidates.
Julien Bryan discusses Japan's rise
In an Oratorical lecture.
Dec. 3. Soph Cabaret, presented
by sophomore class women, opensfor
fwo-day run, featuring the "French'
Fgolies." 'The League F'air, titled
"Monte Carlo," is held in connection
with the Cabaret. Galens drive nets
- $1,600.
Dec. 4. Congress, independent
' men's organization, sponsors "Con-
gressonal Fling" in the Union ball-
room. Varsity hockey team loses to
the London A.C. in the Coliseum, 3-2.
Dec. 8. Serge Koussevitsky brings
the Boston Symphony to Hill Audi-
' torium in the fifth Choral Union con-
cert.
Dec. 9. Harry Kipke, here since
1929, is released as head grid coach.
Ivan Williamson, "GUs" Dorais, and
Benny Friedman mentioned as his
successor
Dec. 10. "The Secret Garden," sec-
ond production of the Children's
Theatre, is presented under the di-
rection of Sarah Pierce, Grad.
Dec. 11. Basketball team takes
close victory over M.S.C. in opening
game, 43-40. Hockey team beats
Brantford, 2-1.
' Dec. 13. Many volunteers help sell
Goodfellow edition of Daily to aid
the needy. $825 is collected.

Dec. 18. Christmas Vacation starts,
to last until Jan. 3.
Jan. 4. Phi Kappa Phi bids 49
seniors. After beating Akron, Mary-
land, Dartmouth, Rochester and To-
ledo, the basketball team bows in an
upset t~o Butler, 38-35. Regent Ed-l
mund Shields and Regent John
Lynch take places on the Board of
Regents.
Jan. 8. Cagers open Big Ten title1
drive with a 45-37 victory over Il-;
linois. Hockey team takes "state
title" from the Michigan College of
Mines at Houghton. Wrestlers lose
to Indiana, 19-13.,
Jan. 10. Cagers bow to Ohio,
38-28.1
Jan. 13. Capt. John Craig, explorer

and photographer, gives fourth Ora-
torical Association lecture.
Jan. 14. Interfraternity Ball held
in the Union, with Bernie Cummins;
playing. Hockey team beats Minne-
sota, 2-1, to even up Conference title
series.
Jan. 15. Basketball team wins third
straight Conference game, from
Minnesota, 31-16. Swimmers swamp
Indiana, 68-16. Kay Kyser and Jim-
my Dorsey to play for J-Hop on Feb.
11.
Jan. 16. Snow train leaves for day
of winter sports at Cadillac.
Jan. 19. Proceeds from Foo dance,
all-campus costume affair, will go
to the dormitory fund, the Men's
Dormitory Committee announces.
Several fraternity men announce a
"Poo on Foo" dance to be held the
same night.
Jan. 20. "This Proud Pilgrimage,"
by Norman Rosten, University gradu-
ate student, is presented by Play Pro-
duction. Gargoyle presents the seven
"most beautiful" men on the campus,
as chosen by Sonja Henie.
Jan. 22. Foo dance held at Unioi.
Jan. 23. Northwestern follows Wis-
6onsin in downing ,agers, 30-29.
Pucksters down Sarnia, 6-3. All tick-
ets gone for J-Hop in fastest sale in

feat Iowa, 47-37.
Feb. 26. Michigan indoor track
team takes Ohio, 55-40. Varsity
hockey team defeats Minnesota, 5-3.
Iowa basketball team downs Michi-
gan 37-26. Michigan wrestlers beat
Ohio, 19-10.
Feb. 28. Illini quintet takes Michi-
gan 36-32.
March 1. Last Choral Union Con-
cert features Georges Enesco, emin-
ent violinist.
March 3. Thomas Mann speaks on
"The Coming Victory for Democracy"
at Hill Auditorium.
March 4. Noriman Thomas speaks
on "Students, Democracy and War"
with new motto: "Do or Die for Dear
Old Guam." Freshmen fling at Frosh
Frolic in the tUnion.
March 5. Michigan wrestlers beat
Ohio, 29-0.
March 6. Rackham Fund pro-
vides $100,000 endowment fund for
undergraduate men's scholarships.
March 7. "Cappy" Cappon an-
nounces intentions of leaving Michi-
gan to coach Priniceton backfield and
basketball. Michigan quintet takes
Northwestern, 30-22.
March 9. Play Production pre-
sents "Stage Door.'' Oosterbaan is
appointed new basketball coach.

March 28. T. Z. Koo speaks on
"The Real Situation in China To-
day." Martha Graham presents
dance recital. Spring football prac-
tice begins.
March 30.. Play Production opens
"High Tor."
March 31. Union holds Open
House.
April 1. Lawyers hold Crease Ball;
engineers, the Slide Rule dance. Hill -
berg is chosen to head next year's
hockey team.
April 3. Dr. Mahanam Brata
Brahmachari, Hindu monk, speaks
on "Ghandi and India Today."
April 5. John Kennedy speaks on
"What's Wrong with the World?"'
League holds Installation Banquet.
Mortarboard and Senior Society,
women's honor societies, tap mem-
bers.+
April 7. Phi Kappa Phi, senior
all-campus honor society, takes in
127 members. Michiganensian, cam-
pus yearbook, goes to press.
April 8. Spring vacation begins,
lasting until April 18. ''
April 8-9. Two Michigan debate
teams, winning seven out of eight
debates, retain their Big Ten title in
the annual round-robin Big Ten meet
in Chicago.
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peace sympathizers hld the Peace
Baill. Honors Convocation held in.
Hill Auditorium.
April 30. Spring Parley convenes
in the Union for the first of four
sessions of debate on the question,
"Our University, Milestone or Mill-'
stone?" Michigan takes first Con-
ference baseball victory, from Pur-
due, 6-4.
May 5. Tennis team bows to Notre
Dame, 6-3.
May 6. The Michigras, gigantic
two-day carnival for the aid of the
women's swimming pool and the Var-
sity band's trip to the Yale football
game, is opened with a long parade
around the campus. Hugh Rader,
'38, is chairman. Architects hold the
"Roc.oco Revels" at the Armory. More
than 150 students, delegates and
teachers attend the annual Michi-
gan Model Assembly of the League
of Nations at the League building.
May 7. Paul Brickley, '39, chosen
president of the Union. Michigras
nets $2,500. Baseball team drops
fifth Conference game to Indiana,
4-1.
May 11. Marian Anderson, leading
Negro contralto, opens the 45th an-
nual May Festival, accompanied by
the Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra under the direction of Eugene
Ormandy.
May 12. The May Festival fea-
tures Artur Rubinstein, well-known
pianist, in an all-Wagner program,
with Agnes Davis, Chase Baromeo,
Arthur Hackett, the Philadelphia Or-
chestra and the University Chorus.
May 13. Nino Martini is head in
the third day of the May Festival in
addition to Albert Spalding and Har-
din Van Deursen, baritone. Eighth
annual Tag Day drive to solicit con-
tributions -for the University Fresh
Air Camp nets $1,036.
May 16. Aline MacMahon opens
Dramatic Season in "Ghost of Yan-
kee Doodle" at the Lydia Mendel-
ssohn.
May 18. Beta Theta Pi wins first
place in the fourth annual Interfra-
ternity Sing.
May 21. Michigan's track team
sweeps to another Big Ten title at
Columbus, its 16th since the turn of
the century.
May 22. More than 400 seniors
take part in the annual swingout
while 2,000 spectators look on.
May 23. City Council bans Ken
Esquire and 26 other "salachus"
magazines.
May 24. "Liliom," featuring Tonio
Selwart, opens in second week of the
Dramatic Season.
May 27. Regents approve plan for
a $200,000 medical dormitory to be
ready for occupancy in the fall of
1939.
May 31. Pauline Lord recreates
the role of "Abby" in "The Late
Christopher Bean" in the Dramatic
Season.
June 1. Thirteen students win Hop-
wood prizes totaling $8,500. Final
exams begin.
June 17. The Senior Ball, featur-
ing Henry Busse's orchestra, is held
at the Intramural Building.
June 18. Commencement Exercises
are held at Ferry Field.

Directs Radio Station

WALDO M. ABBOT
* *
This year for the first time in its
history, the University Broadcasting
Service, under the direction of Prof.
Waldo M. Abbot, will hold a regular
weekly broadcast over the entire NBC
network.
Scheduled for noon every Tuesday,
the program, will feature band lessons
by Prof. Joseph E. Maddy of the
School of Music, carillon recitals, glee
clubs or other music groups. Previ-
ously, only occasional broadcasts
have been sent out from the U.ni-
versity over the big networks.
In addition to the new NBC pro-
gram are the regular weekly features
broadcast over radio station WJR.
Included among these will be a new
Marital Relations Clinic. Eighteen
professors from the University faculty
will conduct the various phases of
marital problems from spiritual rela-
tionships to birth control.
Elementary Singing under the
direction of Professor Maddy and
Pronunciation Diction under the
direction of Prof. Gail E. Densmore
of the speech department, two pro-
grams that proved very popular dur-
ing the last two years will be con-
tinued this year. Every Saturday
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a decade. Wrestlers beat Penn State,I
defending eastern collegiate cham-
pions, 22-6.
Jan. 25. Dr. Hu Shih, prominent
Chinese educator, here for a Univer-
sity lecture, says long war .would
help China's victory hopes. Sir Her-
bert Ames, Canadian statesman, says
failure of U.S. to join the League of'
Nations is responsible for the present
war scares,
Jan. 27. Swimmers easily take
Michigan State, 67-17.
Jan. 28. Gina Cigna offers eighth
Choral Union concert. Tommy Dor-
sey .to give swing concert in Field
House Feb. 22.
Jan. 29. Over 65 Freshmen enter
Freshman Hopwood contest. Dean
Furstenburg of the Medical School
advises against the use of drugs to
aid study for exams. Reports that
George Veenker will be the new foot-
ball coach are denied. Final exam-
inations begin.
Feb. 12. H. 0. (B-ritz) Crisler is ap-
pointed head coach to replace Kipke,
Feb. 15. Iowa defeats Michigan's
basketball team 38-30.
Feb. 17. Michigan swimmers beat
Yale 41-34. Varsity track team takes
Michigan State, 68%-26/2. Roth
String Quartet appears in Choral
Union Concert.
Feb. 19. Michigan wrestlers beat
Lehigh 27-3.
Feb. 21. Varsity basketball team
defeats Wisconsin 58-29.
Feb. 22. Washington's Birthday
brings no classes, large snowfall and
many snowmen. Tommy Dorsey's
band gives a swing concert in Yost
Field House.
Feb. 24. Salvador de Madariaga
speaks on "What Is Peace" in Ora-
torical Series. Minnesota hockey
team downs Michigan 4-3.
Feb. 25. Michigan swimmers de-

March 11. Students elect. members
to new Student Senate by means of
Proportional Rebresent5tion system.
Senate to debate on. and crystalize
student opinion on important ques-
tion.
March 12, Michigan .trackmen cap-
ture 5th consecutive Big Ten title.
Michigan - swimmers take second
place in Big Ten Meet. Michigan
wrestlers win Cdaferenbe title in
wrestling..
March 16. Intramural Open House
is held.
March 17. .Announcement is made
of new $400,000 neuropsychiatric
wing to be added to the University
Hospital.
March '19. Michigarl wins Butler
Relay title.
March 21. "Fritz" Crisler is wel-
comed by 4,000 students in Hill Au-
ditorium.
March 28. University is to float
$555,000 bond issue to complete
Union dormitory. Jean Holland is
appointed League president. Senior
supper is held in the League.
March 25. Ludwig Lewisohn speaks
on "Religion as Historic Experience."
March 26. Micnigan retains Na-
tional Collegiate A.A. -swimming
championship..

April 19. Michigan golfers nose
out stubborn Ohio State team, 12- /
111/.
April 22. Junior law students face
bench in Case Club's final trial in
Law School in the case of "Parkin-
son vs. Brooks."
April 23. Michigan's tennis team
whips Indiana, 4-3 at Champaign,
Ill. Michigan's Big Ten indoor
champions take first in the annual
Indiana relay by the score of 67 2/3
with Notre Dame second, 20 points
behind. Illini nine defeats Michigan,
14-7.
April 25. Deutscher Verein pre-
sents Hermann Bahr's comedy "Das
Konzert," in the Mendelssohn The-
atre. Model tutorial system to be in-
augurated in the University in 1939 is
announced.
April 28. Michigan Schoolmasters'
Club meets for its annual three-day
session in Ann Arbor. The annual
Strike against War takes place on
the steps of the General Library un-
der the auspices of the United Peace
Committee.
April 29, Le Cercle Francais pre-
sents Moliere's "The Miser" in French
at the Mendelssohn Theatre. The
annual Military Ball is held in the
Union Ballroom, while at the League,

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