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e' s UaI Seat

Memorial To

Fraternity

Founders

i"'raterni y

Mar s

Fi ~ Anniversary

A mc ';. 1 bench of white stone,
erected 1 -or of the six founders of
Xi P.i F dental fraternity was
placed i7 TIon Tuesday by work-
men. ' c ' remorial, situated on the
side of r ik running from the
back oi - - President's residence to
Univers> ?li. is on the exact spot1
where t ' . urders of the fraternity
sat 50 a o as they originated
their o s ation, according to Dr.
George P. Aore, of the dental
school. 'r. ani of the memorial
comn t
The :' cut of a solid piece of
Indiana i - s ne, was designed by
Frank C t , Ann Arbor architect.
The ins nil :n carries the names of
the found e' with appropriate dates.
Harold Ol1 pe, member of the board'
of directors c f the fraternity, will de-
liver thz i . morial address at the
formT: *1_A .ng, which is to be held
'Feb. 8 is . te of the golden anni-
versary f h3 fraternity. Dr. E.
Blyt]he Eti , Provost of the Univer-
sity will :.-esent President Ruth-
ven in de ti'.-ng the speech of ac-
ceptance. .
M. P-t "..ra, of Ypsilanti, and
Harc i i er, of Ann Arbor have,
assts _d 2 :ore on the memorial
committ a.
Chinese itudents Win
In 1 r dgc Tournament
For the tb 'd successive week Mur-
loh Woo, . ad.. and YIng Chang,
Grad., h .r won the weekly Union
duplicate sdge tournament, it was.
announce .'. :,esterday by James V.
Halligan, '4.):&C, Union social chair-
man. The uexi in the series of tour-
riament., -,' -1be held Tuesday, Feb.
14, Hallig :added.

f DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
tCcntinued from P4ge4)
101, Ec.. Graf; Eaton; Willey; P h
ppson.
B, H. 11. Ryder.
German 2.
B, All sections.
German 31
C, H. H., Braun; Diamond; V
Duren; Gaiss.
35, A.H., E ton; Philippson; Reic
art.
D, H.H., Graf; Striedieck.
301, U.H., Scholl.
201, U.H., Wahr.
German 32
231, A.H., All section.
Final Examination Schedule, Fi
Semester, 1938-39. Collegesof Lite
tu'e, Science, and the Arts. Regu
Examinations:
Time of exercise. Time of examinat

-Daily Photo By Bogle
Erected on the spot on the quadrangle where the Xi Psi Phi fraternity
was conceived, this white stone memorial bench honors the six founders
of the organization. A formal dedication will be held Feb. 8, the fiftieth
anniversary of the fraternity.
ederal Spport OfEducation
UrgedBPresident Hutchins

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Mon. at 8
Mon. at 9
Mon. at 10
Mon. at 11
Mon. at 1
Mon. at 2
Mon. at 3
Tues. at 8
Tues. at 9
Tues. at 10
Tues. at 11
Tues. at 1
Tues. at 2
Tues. at 3

Mon., Feb. 6, 9-
Fri., Feb. 3, 9-1
Wed., Feb. 1, 9-1
Mon., Jan. 30, 9-1
Tues., Feb. 7, 2-5
Mon., Jan. 30, 2-
Tues., Feb. 7, 9-1
Mon., Feb. 6, 2-5
Tues., Jan. 31, 2-
Wed., Feb. 1, 2-5
Tues., Jan. 31, 9
Wed., Feb. 8, 9-1
Fri., Feb. 3, 2-5
Thurs., Feb. 2, 9-

------.--

Direct federal subsidization of edu- school. The Americ
cation in this country is strongly Teachers has estim
urged by Robert M. Hutchins, presi- are 3,300,000 childr
dent of Chicago University, in an ar- seventeen who are g
ticle published in the Saturday Even- tion in the present y
ing Post yesterday. One of the most s
President Hutchins claims that our occurs in our rural
present educational structure does continues. "In twelve
not provide for 3,300,000 of our chil- bers of school board
dren between the ages of five and teachers, The ave
seventeen, that our states are finan- per pupil in rural a
cially unable to do anything further contrast with $108.
to relieve the situation, and that Low expenditure m
Federal financing of schools is the poorly trained teach
only solution that is left. tention to health, a:
"In 1930 there were 810,000 ele- a month shorter th
mentary-school age children in the cities."
United States who were not in school Farmers cannotf
at all. Some 55 per cent of the chil- more money for edu
dren of high school age were not in Hutchins asserts,

an Federation of
hated that there
en from five to
getting no educa-
ear," he declares.
erious difficulties1
areas, Hutchins
e states the mem- I
ds outnumber the
rage expenditure
reas is $67.40, in
25 in the cities.
eans poorly paid,
.hers, lack of at-
nd a school term
han that of the
afford to spendl
cation, President I

Prof. Waite Files Petition ;gant Unin.g at 6:30 p.m. at the Michi- Drunks On Wane
gan union ! (ryCodege rnsOtV n
Prof. John Barker Waite of the The speaker for the evening is Dr. E lis Paper Discovers
law scrhool has filed his petition for Elzada 'Clover whose address will be
the Republican nomination for al- based on the Colorado River expedi-nm
dErmarn from the sixth ward here, tion and will be illustrated with ma- R is no longer "smart" to get roar-
-e -will oppose Leslie A. Wikel who tion pictures. m drunk and srifash all the furni-
n~Ipreviously announced his cn bu 0gaut rneiii t
had e yt can- e At 30 graduateden e t rure at a college dance or dinner, ac-
-i- ent~s will be initiated at thi_ banquet.crigt een ril nEg
dac cording to a recent article in En~rg-
_____ The Michigan iDames Child Study lish weekly the Manchester Guardian
schedule may be made only by mutual Group will meet in the library of the
agreement between students and in- University Elementary School to- discussing the effects of the removal
structor and with the approval cf the night at 8 p.m. Miss Edith Dowley, a of prohibition in this cou'try.
an Examination Schedule Committee. first grade teacher of the school, will Among improvements found now
St give a talk and demonstration on over pre-prohibition days by the
n"Creative Playing." Guardian are diminishing of gang-
in Sociology 51 is scheduled for Tues-
da,2-5 p.m., Jan. 31. The assign- KpaPi hr wl earglrI sterism and corruption of public of-
day, 2-fpsmdn.toroThesassign- Kappa Phi: There will be a regular Ificials, change of bootleggers to hon-
ment of students to rooms is as fob~ meeting tonight at 5:15 at the Meth- est business men (mostly bartenders),
lows: odist Church. All members please be and a great improvement in the qual-
A-F--1025 Angell Hall. adpresent.oemn i tequl
G-4--25 Angell Hall. . present.ity of the liquor. The death rate
P-S-1035 Angell Hall. Independent J-Hop Booths: Forest- most one-half, indicating dropped by al-
T-Z--35 Angell Hall. ers who have registered for the inde-i be n m r esouch
irst - pendent J-Hop Booth but who have ian believes, not temperance so much
,ra-i pednx-o oohbtwohv as the absence of poisonous products
Llar ExhLbit Ins not paid the registration fee are re- ltewood alcool.
quested to do so either today or to-
Exfbltion of Chinese Amateur Pho. morrow from 3:15 p.m. in the Con- __
ion Eograhy: Because of the interest in gress office, 306 Michigan Union. Res-
12 the exhibition of Chinese photog- ervations will not be held after that
2 raphy which it is sponsoring in the time.
2 Rackham Galleries, the International Farm upboard
.2 Center has arranged to continue the Coming Events
5 exhibition through next week; it will German Table for Faculty Mem- 5400 Plymouth Road
5 close Saturday, Jan. 28. The display ber T alex for Fgcultbem-nis serving breakfast
.2 rooms{ are open all day and in the hers: The next meeting will be Mon-'. ssrin rafs
evening, except on Sunday. Mr. Cheng day, Feb. 13, 12:10 p.m. in the Found- after the J-Hop.
5 willepescept ofndey. imrCentoers' Room of the Michigan Union. All
5 will be present most of the time to faculty members interested in speak- Bring a party out
comment on his work. ing German are cordially invited.
2 There will be a brief informal talk by Phone 717F5 for reservations
2 Lectures Prof. Henry A. Sanders on "Reise-
12 Chemistry Lecture: Prof. Otto Red- Eindruecke in alten Spanien."
lich, formerly of the University of
Vienna. will lecture on the subject
Molecular Vibration and Raman
Spectra of Deuterium Compounds in
Room 303 Chemistry Building at
31. 4:15 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 26.
31, Bruce Lockhart: "An Englishman
Loks at the World." Oratorical Asso-
ciation Lecture Series. Hill Audi-
torium tonight at 8:15. Tickets at
Wahr's. Hill Auditorium box office.
Open at 5 p.m._500eets KREEMOFF
11,
71, Eve ts,- T da
3. Evets Tod-yCLEANSING TISSUES
1939 Mechanical and Electrical En-
51, gineers: Mr. F. L. Pierce, Product
Engineer of the Hoover Company,
North Canton, Ohio, will give a group
talik this evening at 7 p.m. in Roomk
on31, toouln the general policies of O l
the company, and explain the possi-
on bilities open to those interested in-
'employment with them. Appoint-
hall ments will be taken for individual in-
2, triw to be held Friday
727 North. University Phone -9797
sses Varsity Glee Club: There will be a.
Lion short rehearsal beginning at 7:30.
way
ular Omega Upsilon: There will be an
ex- important meeting tonight, 7:15 p.m.
tu- Morris Hall. All members and pledges
by please attend.''

Special Examinations
Special Period

No. Tin
I. Sat., Feb

II. Sat., F
III. Sat.,
2-5

ie of Ex. Courses
b. 4, 9-12 German 1, 2,
32.
Spanish 1, 2.
32.
Music 31.
eb. 4, 2-5 Zoology 1.
Botany 1.
Psychology 31.
Music 1.
Jan. 28, French 1, 2,
31, 32, 41,
111, 112, 15
Speech 31, 32.

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IV. Thurs., Feb. 2, Pol. Sci. 1, 2,
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Irregular Exainations
English 1 shall be examined
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2-5.
English 30 shall be examined
Friday, Feb. 3, 9-12.
Economics 51, 52, 53, and 101 st
be examined on Thursday, Feb.
9-12.
It shall be understood that clan
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periods shall have the right-of-v
over the above-mentioned irregu
examinations and that special
aminations will be provided for s
dents affected by such conflicts
the courses utilizing the irregular,
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