THE MICHIGAN DAILY
'SATURDAY, AUG.. 15, 1936
~LGE TWENTY~ SATURDAY, AUG. 15, 1938
F'(11o 4 - M mfgr O N-t, ea- s Dil
) the "tops" among college humor proNimatc ly the same setup as The Artiules by notcd University pro-
= ublications. Daily and Gargoyle, although the fessors, who are experts in their field,
The Gargoyle staff is also divided, members of that staff also publish make up the bulk of the magazine,
There being an editorial and business 'le Student Directory in the fall of and the magazine is noted for its ex-
staff. Under a new system established , ya. cellent photographic layouts.
by the Board in Control, the business The Technic, monthly engineering Contemporary, being as young as it
_nanager and editor cf the Gargoyle magazine, is not under the jurisdic-is has not been placed under the
ire paid a salary and a bonus based ticn of the Board in Control of Pub- Board of Student Publications as yet,
;n the profits of the magazine at the lications as it is in the engineering but it is believed that if the mag-
and of each school year. acollege, but its organization is some- azine should have as successful a
The Michiganensian staff' has ap- what similar to that of the Gargoyle. year as they did last year, the Board
might "take it under its wing."
The magazine is made up of fic-
tion, non-fiction, and poetry written
by students and is of an exception-
ally excellent character, according to
members of the English faculty. Prize
story contests are run by the editors
in which the student submitting the
best work wins a $10 credit slip at one
of the local bookstores with which he
may buy books.
Inexpensive And Extensive
Aid Offered Students
The most extensive and inexpensive
medical care offered among American
universities is provided by the Uni-
versity of Michigan Health Service,
which cares for any student illness
that should arise during the student's1
residence and takes preventive mea-
sures in regard to the students' living
and recreational conditions.
Illness contracted by the student
during the semester in which he is
enrolled is taken care of in the Health
Service building and the University
Hospital. Each student receives with-
out charge office medical service of
any nature from his physician adviser
and the Health Service staff of spe- - -
cialists. The student is also entitled
to free bed care for 30 days and emer- Elsie A. Pierce, '37, Ann Arbor and John R. Park, '37, Caro, will be
gency operations without charge. managing editor and business manager respectively of the 1936-37
Nurses Stationed Michigan Daily. It is the first time in the history of The Daily, estab-
In each of the women's dormitories lished in 1890, that a woman student has ever been appointed to the
there is a nurse stationed, and men coveted editor's chair. Miss Pierce will direct a seven-man board of
students living i9 rooming houses editors and her two immediate associates will be Fred Warner Neal, '37,
have room-call service available. Northville, and Marshall D. Shulman, '37, Detroit.
Of the medical services rendered by ;
the University, the student is charged
for the following: Extra nursing, someSFive
University hospital services, dental Fi edPublicationsX, cal
emergency operations, health ap- -(e)1'-rt u ;
pliances, and the repair and purchase
of eye glasses. The charges for these
services are devised to defray the ex- _
seicsaredvis toefry hen e Daily, Technic, 'Ensian, 'y out for any of these publications
penses to the University only. the second half of their first year.
The Health Service administers the ! Contemporary, Gargoyle I Given 'Beats'
health examination which each en-.G 'e
Unirit t Comprise List In the freshman year on The Daily
teigsueto h nvesymust !li freshm-an tryout is given "beat:"
undergo. The University cares for Five publications, edited and mm- f minor importance and works on
any ilness of a seious nature brought aged solely by undergraduates, await the night desk one night a week.
to light in the examination, and ad- the entering student at the University More responsible "beats" are given
es students the care o minor who wishes to gain practical knowl- the more promising reporters in their
ments. These examinations are pro-I edge and experience in editing a sophomore year and approximately
vided but not required annually. newspaper or magazine. nine from the class of sophomore re-
High Standards Kept The publications are: The Michigan porters are given salaried positions
The medical officials cooperate Daily, The Gargoyle, The Michigan- asassistant editors in the junior
with students in maintaining a high ensian, Contemporary; and the Tech-j year.
standard of living conditions. Physi- nic. The type of work done by the stu-
cians conduct inspections of the va- The Daily is published every morn- dent during his junior year on The
ried eating places of Ann Arbor ing during the regular school year and Daily is composed chiefly of editing
throughout the school year and in- Summer Session, except on Mondays the paper oue night every week. The
form the students through The Daily and University holidays. night editor has co'mplete charge of
of those places not meeting the rigid The Gargoyle, campus humor mag- every page in the paper, although he
requirements. azine, appears monthly as does the does not make up the sports, social,
An effort to orient students to the Technic, which is a magazine for en- or editorial pages.
athletic facilities of the University, gineers. In the senior year, the Board in
such as the Intramural building and Contemporary, which is compara- Control of Student Publications, com-
the 'Union swimming pool, is made tively new, having been established posed of four faculty and three stu-
by the authorities: two years ago, is a literary quarterly, dent members, selects a board of edi-
In conjunction with the physical and the 'Ensian is the University tors, composed usually of six or seven
education class each freshman stu- yearbook. seniors and these students have com-
dent is required to take a series of All freshmen who have attained a plete charge of the management of
lectures on health during the first scholastic average of one B and no the paper.
semester of each year. D's or E's in their first semester may The same promotion process is ap-
nlipd to tlphtcnc bf Of ofr
OPENING o. .
Starting September Twenty-Fifth, continuing on
September Twenty-Sixth, The Michigan Union
presents the regular week-end dances. As usual,
Bob Steinle and his Melody Men will furnish the
music, One dollar the couple.
members of the University teaching
Alu1mni University staff in their respective fields. The
session lasts about one week.
Attracts Graduates! In addition to the regular academic
classes, members of the coaching staff
More than 150 alumni of the Uni.- each yea roffer instruction in tennis
versity are regularly enrolled in the I and golf to the alumni students.
alumni University each year.
The alumni' University, which at- "There must be no walking about
tracts graduates from all over the the halls in the nude" - Edict issued
country, is held each year just fol- at the University of Toledo (Ohio).
lowing the June examination period. At the same time, the students were
It includes a program of 10 or 12 told to see that their curtains were
courses given by prominent faculty drawn while undressing.
pnea Lo te eusiness i sr a of The
Daily, six juniors being paid salaries,
but there are only two senior man-
agers, a business manager and ac-
Follow Same System
The Gargoyle and Michiganensian
follow the same promotion syst em but
their st ffs are slightly smaller than
that of the Daily. Excellent experi-
ence in editing and writing copy for a
humor magazine, as well as cartoon
and photography work is afforded in-
teresting students. The Gargoyle, ac-
cording to a natioial judging, ranks
along with the Harvard Lampoon
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