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THEMICHI AN .DAILY~

FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1945

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List of Approved Colleges for*
Veterans Urged by Edmonson

lai s or.-tate urge 01
'Low-grade' Institutions
Scoring the "underworld of higher
education," Dean J. B. Edmonson, of
the University's education school, has
caled on every state to insure that
lists of colleges approved for the
schooling of returning veterans be
purged of names of low-grade insti-
tutions, it was revealed yesterday.
Writing in the February issue of
the "The Nation's Schools," Dean Ed-
monson warned that servicemen re-
turning to complete their educations
will be wasting time and money in at-
tendance at "so-called" higher insti-
tutions from which credits are worth-
less.
"Rumors are abroad that some of
these institutions are hoping to
flourish through the enrollment of
veterans under the G. L Bill of
Rights," Dean Edmonson said.
"Any state that fails to protect
veterans against being "gyped" in
their future education should be
subjected to severe criticism from
both educators and veterans," he
added.
Under the present G. L Bill, indi-
vidual states are expected to submit
lists of institutions entitled to provide
instruction for veterans. Some states

have already taken steps to protect
veterans by restricting their lists of
institutions to those who have ade-
quate accrediting by associations of
high standing.
Dean Edmonson urged that com-
mittees inspecting non-accredited
institutions give special attention to
questions of the competence of the
college's faculty, facilities for
handling courses offered, and the
extent of laboratory and library
facilitiies. He asked that commit-
tees also investigate whether high
standards of work are maintained
in the classrooms.
Another criterion he recommended
was investigation whether the college
publishedreliable statements regard-
ing its accredited status and the
quality of its offerings and whether
the credits of the institution are ac-
cepted by neighboring schools. Cred-
its should also be recognized as meet-
ing requirements for state licenses
and certificates, he added.
"Unless a visiting committee finds
that the standards implied in these
questions are fully satisfied, it.
should have the courage to refuse
a favorable report," Dean Edmon-
son said. "No committee should
place the desires of the college
authorities for recognition above
the best educational interests of the
veterans who need protection
against low-grade colleges."
"This is a good time to rid the
states of those higher institutions that
defraud students by granting credits,I
certificates and degrees having lit-I
tle or no value," he concluded.

Service To Be
Held Today forI
Henrietta Szold
Hillel Will Honor
Founder of Hadassah
A Memorial Service in honor of j
Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah
and proclaimed one of the 100 out-
standing American women of the
past century by the Women's Cen-
tennial Congress in 1940, will be held
at 8 p. m. today, at the Hillel Foun-
dation.
Miss Szold, who organized Hadas-
sah in 1912 for the purpose of rais-
ing the living and health standards
of Palestine, passed away at the age
of 85, February 15, in Jerusalem.
In addition to serving as interna-
tional president of Hadassah, Miss
Szold held the position of secretary
of the Jewish Publication Society of
America for 23 years. While filling
that office, she translated into Eng-
lish, Graety's six volume "History of
the Jews."
Miss Szold, organizer of the Youth
Aliyah organization, has spent the
last ten years in Palestine supervis-
ing the group's colonies for refugee
children. Last year, while attending
the Institute of Post-war Problems,
she was granted a Doctor of Humani-
ties degree by Boston University.
The Memorial Service, sponsored
by the Ann Arbor chapters of Hadas-
sah and Avukah, will be conducted
by Melvin Rackoff, '47Es and Eugene
Malitz, A-S. Sylvia Savin, '46, pres-
ident of Avukah will deliver a brief
history of Miss Szold's life.

FRIDAY FEB. 16, 1945

Mic ian
TODAY
Double Feature Program

BUY WAR BONDS - INVEST IN VICTORY
- - - - - - - - - - --

JOAN
DAVIS

Michigall

One Night Only
MONDAY, FEB. 26

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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"She Gets Her Man"
and
Melodrama on the high seas
'DANGEROUS
PASSAGE"
PHYLLIS BROOKS
ROBERT LOWERY
- Coming Sunday -
"Ministry of Fear"

VOL. LV, No. 86
Publication in the Daily Official Bul-
letin is constructive notice to all mem-
brs of the University. Notices for the
Bulletin should be sent in typewritten
form to the Assistant to the President,
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:30 p. m. of the day
preceding publication (11:30 a. m. Sat-
urdays).
Notices
Automobile Regulation: The Uni-
versity Automobile Regulation will be
lifted for the period from 12 noon on
Saturday, Feb. 24 until 8 a.m. on
Monday, March 5, 1945.
School of Education Faculty: The
February meeting of the faculty will
be held on Monday, Feb. 19, in the
University Elementary School Li-
brary. The meeting will convene at
4:15 p.m.
General Library: Between terms the
General Library will be closed eve-
ningseand there will be no Sunday
service.
The following schedule will be
maintained: Saturday, February 24-
Saturday, March 3, 8 a. m.-6 p. m.
The collegiate and departmental
libraries will be openon short sched-
ules. Notices will be posted on the
doors.
If unavoidably delayed, students
returning for the second term will be
admitted to their residences until
12:30 a.m. Wednesday through Sun-
day nights. The regular closing hours
for the week of Feb. 26 will be 11 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, 12:30
Friday and Saturday, and 11 o'clock
Sunday.
All undergraduate women wishing
to live in houses not on the regu-
larly approved lists of the Office of
the Dean of Women in the Spring
Term must make appointments to
see Mrs. Mary C. Bromage, Assistant
Dean of Women, and obtain a special
permission card to be presented at
registration.
Swimming - Women Students:
There will be no swimming for women
students at the Union Pool until Sat-
urday, March 10.
Registration, Spring Term, 1944-
1945. The student body has been
divided into alphabetical groups and
each group has been allotted a defi-
nite time when all students in that
group will be admitted to the Gymna-
siums for registration. The schedule
follows:
Thursday, March 1, 1945
8:00- 8:30 Lar to Le Inclusive
8:30- 8:45 Li to Lz "
8:45- 9:00 Mc a nd Mac "
9:00- 9:15 M to May "
9:15- 9:30 Maw to Mil "
9:30- 9:45 Mim to Mun "
9:45-10:00 Mur to Nz
10:00-10:15 O to Paq "
10:15-10:30 Par to PI
10:30-10.45 Po to Rail "
10:45-11:00 Rao to Ri "
11:00-11:15 Roa to Roz "
11:15-11:30 Ru to Sca "
1:00- 1:15 Sch to Se "
1:15- 1:30 Sh to Sl
1:30- 1:45 Sm to Sp "
1:45- 2:00 St to Su"
2:00- 2:15 Sw to To"
2:15- 2:30 Tr to Vi "
2:30- 2:45 VI to Weh "
2:45- 3:00 Wei to Wik "
3:00- 3:15 Wil to Woo "
3:15- 3:30 Wop to Z
Friday, March 2, 1945
8:00- 8:15 A to Ao Inclusive
8:15- 8:30 Ap to Ban
8:30- 8:45 Bao to Eel
8:45- 9:00 Bem to Boe
9:00- 9:15 Bof to Bre
9:15- 9:30 Bri to z"
9:30- 9:45 C to Cha "
9:45-10:00 Che to Col "
10:00-10:15 Corn to Cr

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TODAY and Saturday

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Any student may register from 8:00'
to 11:00 a. m. Students should plan
to enter the Gymnasium in - ample
time to complete all registration and
classification procedures by 11:00 am.
Students who do not register by
11:00 a. m., Saturday March 3, 1945,
will be assessed a late registration
fee of $1.00 per day, maximum feeI
$3.00. In addition a fee of $1.00!
will be assessed students who do not
complete their classification by 11 :00
a. m., Saturday, March 3, 1945.
The alphabetical feature of this
schedule will be changed each term to
give equal opportunity for early reg-
istration to each student during his
course.
Herbert G. Watkins,
Ass't. Vice-President and Secretary
Classification, Engineering College,
Spring Term 1945: All Engineering
Students, including Navy and Ma-;
rine Corps who are not in the pre-
scribed curriculum, have been divid-

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group has been allotted a definite
time when all students in that group
will be admitted to Room 448 West
Engineering Bldg. for Classification.
Students must bring registration re-
ceipt at time of classification.
Friday, March 2, 1945
8:00- 8:30 Lar to Lz
8:30- 9:00 Mc to Mil
9:00- 9}:30 Mim to Paq
9:30-10:00 Par to Ri
10:00-40:30 Roa to Se
10:30-11:00 Sh to Su
11:00-11:30 Sw to Weh
1:30- 2:00 Wei to z
2:00- 2:30 A to Bel
2:30- 3:00 Bem to Bz
3:00- 3:30 C to Cr
3:30- 4:00 Cu to Er
4:00- 4:30 Es to Gim
Saturday, March 3, 1945
8:30- 9:00 Gin to HazI
9:00- 9:30 He to Joh!
9:30-10:00 Jol to Lap
Midyear Graduation Exercises will
be held at 10:30 a. i., Saturday,
Feb. 24, in the Rackham Lecture Hall.
The address to the graduating clas-
ses will be given by Professor Camp-
bell Bonner. Assembly at 10:00 a.m.
as follows: Graduates in the middle
sections of the Lecture Hall as di-
rected by ushers; faculty in the office
of the Graduate School; regents,
officers, deans, minister, and speaker
of the day in Executive Board room;
color guard and honor guard in the
outer lobby. Participants will wear
academic costume. The publiceis
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Kelly Promises
To Aid Cities
In Financing
By The Associated Tress
LANSING, Feb. o. - Governor
Kelly promised a delegation of Mich-
igan mayors and city managers to-
day that he would help them to fight
for legislative action to relieve their
cities' financial troubles, but they
parted with a clash of viewpoints
still very apparent.
They assembled to demand that he
announce at once what specific things
he plans to espouse in the Legislature
for their assistance, and Kelly insis-
ted that he could not do this yet, and
that they must get together them.-
selves on what specific things they
need and will support.
Kelly and Mayor Edward J. Jeffries
repeatedly shouted at one another
in today's discordant meeting, Jeff-
ries accusing Kelly of attempting to
thrust his responsibilities on the
mayors' shoulders, and Kelly retort-
ing that Jeffries was "not fair."
It was a confused and confusing
session.

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Something to cheer about!
This popular shirtmiaker
model Bobbie Brooks Orig-
inal is a favorite of the Jun-
ior mss and her mother. A
classic of crush-resistant
gabardine, featuring a flat-
tering neckline, softly gath-
ered shoulders, shirring at
waistline, and tailored
pleated skirt with two side
pockets and double buckled
belt. You can hear the com-
pliments. Lovely new colors.

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