THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Retirement Activities: Riding and Needlepoint
Educational diplomacy often dic-
tates that a university president
suppress his sense of humor, Pres-
ident Ruthven has discovered over
Every so often, however, Presi-
dent Ruthven has allowed himself
a few moments of levity on educa-
In an article dealing with the
uses which universities should
make of publicity mediums, he
"I would propose to enroll all
students as seniors and to grad-
uate them as freshmen. The argu-
ment would be that hindsight is
easier than foresight, and, if
our students could go backward
through college, they would more
directly and quickly come to their
"Of course, I would abolish
grades and examinatians, for one
can back most easily when there
are no obstacles to fall over, and
the students would enthusiastical-
ly cheer this provision. I would be
willing to make a substantial wager
that I could sell an article on this
theme. I am, moreover, certain I
could get the plan noticed in the
pictorial magazines by illustrating
it with snappy photographs of
shapely drum majorettes."
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The Music Center Inc. congratulates
President Ruthven on his many years
of fine service to the University of
It is our intention also to give fine
Radio and Television Service to the
people in this area.
* STRING INSTRUMENT REPAIRS
* RADIO and TELEVISION SERVICE
Just west of Hill-Auditorium
300 S. Thayer Phones: 2-2500 or 7200
MRS. RUTHVEN SHOWS HUSBAND HOW SHE WILL USE SOME OF THEIR RETIRE-
MENT LEISURE - NEEDLEWORK PROJECT FOR THE SUMMER.
At Ruthven Tea
Ruthven teas have come to re-
present an important campus so-
cial. gathering over the years-
life-long friendships and engage-
ments have grown out of them-
but one student at least used the
occasion for something else.
Mrs. Ruthven recalls that on
one afternoon, a male student
passed through the tea line and
almost immediately disappeared.
Early the next morning he was at
the door again.
"I couldn't wait to get back to
finish that book," he said, head-
ing toward the library.
"I don't think we ever saw him
again," Mrs. Ruthven remembers,
"but we know that he read at
least one book while he was on
PRESIDENT RUTHVEN TAKES ONE OF HIS FAVORITE MORGANS FOR A WORKOUT
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It's time ror that new Spring outfit-
AS.A LOVER of the outdoor President and Mrs. Ruthven
life, President Ruthven is as intend to spend a good part of
happy to pit his skill against their summer at their cottage in
Frankfort, on the shores of Lake
the denizens of the depths as the Michigan where the president, a
next angler. Above he poses with Morgan horse fancier, hopes to
some fish he may or may not get in some of the riding he has
have caught on a Phoenix Pro- missed out on over the last 22
ject trip to Oregon. years.
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PRESIDENT RUTHVEN AND FRIENDS HAVE THEIR OWN
IDEA OF A PLEASANT AFTERNOON.
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