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m THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pub;icat.on in the Ruryetin iscon-tr~ctlvp ncfc to all members of the
Vivermity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.

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Yanks' 6-Run
Rally Defeats
Tigers In 5th

Dr. Emeneau Discusses Kota
Language In Linguistics Talk

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School of Education, 1437 U.E.S.,
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Hillel Summer Session Group: Due
to the holiday of Tisha be-Ab ther
informal dance originally planned for
Saturday, Aug. 6 will be held Tues-8
day, Aug. 9 at 8:30 p.m. at the Foun-
dation, Oakland and East University.
All Jewish students are invited. Re-E
freshments will be served.2
To Those Interested in qualifying@
as applicants for the Ed. D. Degree:
Those who wish to qualify for the
Ed. D. degree in Education, and thus
become an applicant for this degree,1
will report to Room 4200 Universitya
High School, for the qualifying ex-
amination at 1 o'clock, either on Sat-
urday afternoon, Aug. 6, or on Mon-
day afternoon, Aug. 8. This is not a1
subject-matter examipation and no
special preparation will be expected.1
The Graduate Outing Club will meet
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, at the
northwest entrance of the Rackham1
Building to go to Saline Valley Farms
for swimming, baseball, and a picnic.
Come and bring your friends.
Sunday Evening Vesper Service: The
final Summer Session Vesper Service
will be held on the Library Terrace
Sunday, Aug. 7, at 7 o'clock. A serv-
ice of music will be given by the Sum-
mer Session Chorus and the Summer
Session Orchestra.
The Christian Student Prayer
Group will hold its regular meeting
at 5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 7, in the
Michigan League. The room will be
announced upon the League bulletin
board. All Christian students wel-
come.
German Table: Final banquet spon-
sored by the Deutscher Verein of the
Summer Session will be held at the
Michigan League, Hussey Room on
Wednesday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. Price
one dollar, tax included. There will
be musical offerings, entertainment
and talks. Mr. Vernon B. Kellett will
be toastmaster. Reservations should
be made through the departmental
office (204 U.H. Ext. 788) before
Tuesday noon.
Detroit Graduate Study Center Stu-
dents: Bulletins listing the courses
to be offered in Detroit during the
first semester of 1938-39 are now
available in the office of the Graduate
School.,# Students who plan to take
the Study Center work are urged to
make course selections and have them
approved by the proper departmental
advisers before the end of the Sum-
mer Session.
The Bureau has received notice of
the following Michigan Civil Service
Examinations :
Watchman C, $80 a month.
Steam Fireman B, $105 per month,
temporarily subject to an 8 per cent
salary reduction.
S t e a m Operating Engineering

DETROIT, Aug. 4.-(R)-The New
York Yankees landed on Vernon Ken-
nedy with a six-run blast in the fifth.
inning today and coasted in with an
8 to 4 victory over the Tigers behind
Monte Pearson's nine-hit pitching.
The victory boosted the Yanks'
American League leading margin to
2%/2 games over the idle Cleveland In-
dians, whom they meet in a three-
game series beginning tomorrow.
WASHINGTON WINS
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 4.-(-P)-Harry
Kelley, veteran right hander, pitched
shutout ball for seven innings today
and then eased up as the Washington
Senators took the finale of a three-
game series with the St. Louis
Browns, 10 to 4.
While the Browns were being
handcuffed, the Senators hit south-
paw Howard Mills freely and piled up
nine runs, three of which resulted
from Zeke Bonura's seventh inning
homer.
CHICAGO BEATS A's
CHICAGO, Aug. 4.-G'P)-With Rip
Radcliff and Gerald Walker pacing
their 31-hit attack, Chicago's White
Sox beat the Philadelphia Athletics
in both games 'of a doubleheader to-
day, 8 to 2 and 7 to 3.
Radcliff, who banged out four
singles and a double in the first game
and got three for five in the second,
ran his two-day string to 10 consecu-
tive safeties before he was stopped in
the nightcap.
Walker poked out two doubles and
a single in the first game and two
doubles and two singles in the second.
BEES DOWN PIRATES
BOSTON, Aug. 4.-(P)-Bespec-
tacled Danny MacFayden hurled the
Boston Bees to a 4 to 3 win over Pitts-
burgh's league-leading Pirates today,
giving him his 10th victory of the
season and his fourth straight. He
allowed 12 hits but held the Pirates
in check in the pinches.,

No Statistical Tabulations
Made As Yet; Decisions,
Can Only Be Tentative
In the last of his series of talks
about his recent three-year investiga-
tion of the Dravidian languages of
southern India, Dr. Murray B. Em-
eneau, Linguistic Institute faculty
member, yesterday noon described in
detail the curious grammatical and
syntactic features of the Kota lan-
guage.
With the prefatory remark that
conclusions as yet could be only ten-
tative because no statistical tabula-
tion has been made, Dr. Emeneau
proceeded to generalize about certain
of the more obvious peculiarities.
Kota,, for instance, is a language
u~ih inly mildly (nthPH- ti d

pressed by a noun that, upon analysis,
is seen to mean really "a razor in
which there is sharpness." There is
no word for "sharp."
An additional curiosity of Kota is
that every tense, mode, and aspect
of the verb has a nominal form, which
functions as a noun. Such a form
may, however, be used in the forma-
tion of a semi-sentence in which there
is no finite-verb; and a string of such
groups several pages long may occur,
said Dr. Emeneau, who declared the
native speaker feels a kind of suspense
uniting such groups until after a
while a finite verb does appear.
Milk Fund Drive
Starts Tomorrow

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w nie is ony mliy synLiu e an__
therefore word order, as in English, Mayor Walter C. Sadler has named
is of considerable importance in syn- tomorrow as the day on which mem-
tax. bers of the Women's Relief Corps of
The nouns in Kota, said Dr. Em- Ann Arbor, assisted by Boy Scouts,
enau, are inflected optionally with and armed with milk bottles and milk
plural suffixes and with directional bottle caps, will attempt to raise
and syntactic suffixes. The verb has money to carry on their campaign to
several voices,' including those which give milk to the undernourished chil-
the speaker termed the constant, im- dren of the city, Mrs. Ruth B. Buch-
mediative, and inconstant. In the anan, president of the Corps, an-
verb, furthermore, it is significant nounced yesterday.
that the personal ending is important, The milk bottle caps will be used
but not the idea of number, which ),s tags and the dimes and quarters
may or may not be expressed. will be dropped into the bottles, lend-
With both sounds and visual il- ing a novel touch to the drive, ac-
lustrations in the phonetic alphabet cording to Mrs. Buchanan.
Dr. Emeneau showed the unusual Only about 40, children have been
Kota method of indicating adjectival helped so far, Mrs. Buchanan said, but
relationships. The language, he said, the Corps funds have given out and
has no adjectives. Such an idea as the drive is necessary if the work is
"a sharp razor" would have to be ex-: to go on.

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V ABBOR SPRINGS
WATER
it comes in bottles for home, office or shop.
Phone 8270
Va n Boven, nc.I

Classes, $115 to $200 per month.
Applications for the above examina-
tions must be postmarked before mid-
night, Aug. 10, 1938.
For further information, please call
at the office, 201 Mason Hall. Office
hours: 9-12 and 2-4.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information.

Final Summer
CLEARANCE SALE

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SUITS...
GROUP A ......now $21.50 .... Values to $40.00
GROUP B ......now $27.50_... Values to $50.00
Others at $34.50 and $54.50
No Charge for Alterations.
At the above prices you can puruchase our tine tropical worsted, gabardine
and flannel suits. Values of this kind can be found only at VAN BOVEN'S.
SHIRTS. .
SPECIAL LOT .... 3 for $5.00 Values to $3.50
Alterations at Cost.
NECKWEA R.
Now $1.15 each .... 3 for $2.95 .... Values to $2.50
Ir
HOSIERY...
GROUP A ... now 39c pair ......Values to75c
GROUP B......now 79c pair ......3 pairs for $2.25
Values to $1.25
HATS...
SPECIAL LOT $4.95 ......$7.50 and $10.00 Values
ROBES...
FINE FOULARD SILK ...... Now 1 Price.
20% DISCOUNT

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