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January 13, 1940 - Image 2

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Ootbaij is Jkd. .. . Chicago's Hutchins Says So
[yA RL, J.L--GANsdentWhat are th~e results? In the first Chicago may perform a signal serv-
place I think it is a good thing for ice to higher education throughout
rt Maynard Hutchins of the the country to have one important the land," he said.
rsity of ChiCago ┬░declared'today university discontinue football Dr. Hutchins chief executive of an
4football on the whole has been "rf you win you must keep on win- institution which contributed many
or .andicap to education in the ning. The president of a state uni- brilliant pages to the history of col-
Ssembers of the versity which had championship legiate football and which only yes-
ngt body 0an00 member of whe teams once told me that if the foot- terday saw its "coach without a team,"
t odeey aepanaionedh o whball teamr even lost his appropriations Clark Shaughnessy, agree to teach
gocently abandonied the sport would be cut in half." the sport at Stanford, said the proper
utchins emphasized his opin- In an address free from any sign function of a school is to "emphasize
of heckling, Dr. Hutchins said the education and not athletics and so-
1) It is a good thing for the greatest obstacle to the development cial life."
[on to have one important uni- of a university are the two most "Unless a football team wins a fair
sity discontinue football. popular misconceptions of what a uni- proportion of its games it does not
2) That football benefits a versity is-a kindergarten and a coun- serve as a rallying point for under-
ool only If it is winning foot- try club. graduates," asserted the educator who
I and, Education, Not Athletics once advocated "'ten cent football"
3) That football has done as "By getting rid of football, by pre- for Chicago. "It irritates many alum-
Lh as any single thing to or- senting -the spectacle of a university ni instead of making them enthusi-
ate, disseminate and confirm that can be -great without football, astic."
conceptions of what a univer-
Receives Applause SRA Program Coordinates
eted by hearty applause as he
red on the stage -of Mandel Social Values Religious Training
the young educator reminded
udience-that they recently had
,in -a student poll, for subsi- To teach students more about re- cross-section of the campus is ques-
on of football players. Empha- ligion and to help coordinate relig- tioned on questions of current inter-
the point Chicago would never ious and social values with technical est.
to subsidiziation, Dr.. Hutchins training are two of the main func- Open forums are held on Thurs-
tions of the Student Religious Asso- day nights, and will be coordinated
short, the only kind of football ciation, of which every University with the lecture series when it be-
ranted was- a kind in which the student is automatically a member. gins. Coffee hours, open to the pub-
rsity could not engage. It Toward these ends, the SRA, under lic are held each Friday afternoon at
iore determined to give it upt the directorship of Kenneth Morgan, Lane Hall. Freshman Round Tables
carries on many activities, social and held Saturdays at 8 p.m., give stu-
,* ! educational. One of its main pro- dents the opportunity to discuss their
Vit E.Avef jects has been the sponsoring of lec- problems.
ture series to better acquaint the -Other aids to freshmen are the "M"
M7r .. 1o suloT&aA sno IVA tp& uapns handbooks, given to each new stu-
eW {1IC t1OIl phases of religious problems. dent, and the camp rendezvous held
┬░ __A____The next series will begin early the week before orientation, at which
next semester, and will be entitled 200 freshmen from all over the coun-
an Reles Presented "The Existence and Nature of Reli- try become acquainted with each
ly Forner Student gion." It will be similar to the series other and with faculty counselors.
presented last year on "The Existence In the literary field, the SRA pub-
ian relics from the south shore and Nature of God." Arrangements lishes its own magazine, the "Reli-
e- Straits of Mackinac are in- have been made to have out-of-town gious Forum," for which contributions
d in a -new collection which has speakers,- and the lectures will be are accepted from any student. The
presented to the University by given In the Rackham Auditorium. Association has its own library of
Iva Letts, of Litchfield, Mich. A unique activity of the SRA is books pertaining to religion, which is
ken from the site of Old Fort the "work holidays," held on Saturday open to the public.
limackinac, objects in the col- afternoons, usuajly at Lane Hall, the In the purely religious field, Bible
n-are said to have a great an- headquarters of the Association. classes are held each Sunday at the
ological value because they pro- These were begun as social activities, Hall, while cooperation with other
a .measure of dating native In- at which some useful work could be student religious groups, such as the
materials. - - accomplished. Painting of toys for Protestant Guilds, the Newman Club
e thousand glass beads (worth the Salvation Army, fixing up Lane and the Hillel Foundation, is en-
n terms of -the inflated wam- Hall, and cooperating with various couraged.
currency of the 18th century) local agencies, are among the ac- Group worship as an aid to social
of -muskets and musket balls; complishments of the group. action is activated by a weekly Medi-
'hold goods and utensils; -.clay Another activity.of the Association tation period, held each Wednesday
early European glass and china- has been the Bureau of Student morning at 7:30 in Lane Hall, After
-Indian stone pipes and arrow- .Opinion polls under the direction of aa half hour devotional period, break-
ry and many other articles James M. Vicary, '40, in which a fast is served.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. Your laundry washed and ironed for
WANTED-Michigan Dame prefer- 16c Per Pound
ably with car, for part time com- Miim Bundle-75c
A DYER T IS1 NG panion work. Telephone 9551. - We allow 5 shirts in this bundle.
WON% All extra shirts 7c
RAT ES POSITON wanted as fraternity cook No other extra charges
ective as of February 14, 1939 -'and porter, highly recommended
a per reading line (in basis of locally for honesty, neatness and Typical Student Bundle
average words-to line) for-one economy. Cook does her own bak- 4 Shirts
,o insertions. 3 Pair of Socks
'c per reading line for three or ing. Write box 14. 173 6 Handkerchiefs
e insertions. - CARD TABLES-And chairs for rent. 3 Towels
inimum of 3 lines per inser- Tables 35c and chairs lc each per 2 Sets Underwear
day. Fox Tent and Awning Co. 1 Pair Pajamas
hese low rates are on the basis , Phone 24407. 167 Approximate Cost 80c
ash payment before the ad is
rted. If it is inconvenient for HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for SUNSHINE LAUNDRY
to call at our offices to make your discarded wearing apparel. 4568 Jackson Rd
nent, a messenger will be sent Claude Brown, 512 S. Main Street. Phone 6964
ick up your ad at a slight extra 146 177
ge of 10c. .SECOND SEMESTER Public Evening
f nJ t TYPNG-18

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ture, and vocational courses are 2-1835. Reports, theses, disserta-
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Price List
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6Geddes. 170 Undershirts................04 Ends Today --
Shorts ................... .04
t' RATE double room with pri- Pajama Suits ...............10 The "Four Daughters"
bath. Also single room. -508 Socks, pair............... .03
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single room for girl in gradu- CONVENIENT CLAUDE RAINS
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