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Whirl Of Events
Of Last Year
Sports Activities, Dances,
Lectures And Concerts
Are Among Features
(Continued from Page 11)
35-28, in a fast game.
Feb. 14. Tryouts for "Pig in a Poke,"
annual Junior Girl's Play, are held
today and tomorrow. Varsity track-
men take Michigan State by the score
Feb. 15. Reception for new fresh-
men helps students get acquainted.
Lee A White, executive-secretary of
the Detroit News, lectures to journal-
ism students. Health Service is over-
crowded as state-wide respiratory ep-
idemic hits Ann Arbor. Yehudi Men-
uhin, famed violinist, gives concert
in Choral Union Series. Applications
for flight training in the University
are open to students. Varsity hockey
,team takes Woodstock, 6-2.
Feb. 16. "Grand Illusion," French
war film, opens for three-day
run at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Classes in American country dancing
open for faculty and graduates, under
the direction of Miss Helen Ellis. Sec-
ond semester fraternity rushing sea-
son opens. Hector Bolitho .answers
the question "Why Do the British
Still Have a King?" in sixth Orator-
Ical Association Lecture at Hill Audi-
. Feb. 18. Bertrand Lord Russell de-
livers two lectures: "Space in Modern
Philosophy and Physics" and "The
Existence and Nature of God." Forty-
nine students get all "A's" as final
marks are issued. In the field of
sports Michigan and Ohio swimmers
fight to' a 42-42 deadlock; Chicago
beats the Wolverine cagers, 34-29;
and the Varsity wrestlers take Michi-
gan State, 29-3.
Feb. 19. Perspectives, campus liter-
ary magazine, is distributed with The
Feb. 21.' Caduceus Ball, annual
medical blowoff, is held in the Union
Ballroom. More than 400 couples are
in attendance. Student Senate votes
to set up boxes on campus to take
opinions of students. Dancing classes
for beginners start at League. Ben
East, outdoor writer for Booth news-
papers, speaks on "The Michigan No--
body Knows." Natators take Minne-
sota, 57-27, cracking three free style
Feb. 22. Second Union duplicate
bridge tournament opens.
Feb. 23. Nearly 400 activities-mind-
ed students attend Union activities
smoker. Minnesota hockey team de-
feats Michigan, 7-0.
Feb. 24. Payoff dance, when the
gals bring the fellows, sponsored by
Mortar Board. Bayard Dodge, presi-
dent of the American University at
Beirut, Syria, is guest of International
Center to interview sophomores inter-
ested in spending their junior year in
Beriut. Mitchell Webb, former Franco
prisoner, speaks to American Student
Union. Natators take Iowa State, 60-
24. Track team routs Notre Dame,
Feb. 25. In the world of sports-
Mermen take University of Iowa, 61-
23; Wrestlers top Ohio State, 19-13;
Purdue Cagers nose out Varsity, 29-
28; Puckmen lose to Minnesota, 8-3.
Feb. 27. Gregor Piatagorsky, famed
Russian cellist, presents ninth Chor-
al Union concert at Hill Auditorium.
Natators take Illini,. 53-31. Ohio
State hands Varsity cagers 42-28
Feb. 28. Prof.-Emeritus William
Henry Wait dies of heart attack. Dor-
othy Shipman is named president-
elect of Panhellenic Association.
ASU holds forum on Student and
March 1. Newspaper reception by
radio is demonstrated by University
Broadcasting Service at Morris Hall.
Toronto beats hockey team by score
March 2. "Childhood of Maxim
Gorky" is shown at Lydia Mendel-
sshn under auspices of Art Cinema
League. Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr de-
livers final lecture on God-"Exis-
tence and Nature of God."
March 3. President Ruthven asks
that football be returned to proper
place in educational scheme in an-
nual report to Board of Regents; also
seeks improvement of fraternities.
Seven freshmen receive Hopwood
awards totalling $700. Blue Barron
plays for Assembly Ball at which
more than 300 couples are in atten-
dance. Matmen down Chicago, 25-8
for sixth straight victory.
March 4. Wolverines smash Hoosier
title hopes with 53-45 victory. Puck-
men trounce Illinois 3-1 to break
March 6. Ralph Erlewine is elected
chairman of 1939 Spring Parley. Ca-
gers- whip Northwestern, 32-26, to
end season out of cellar.
March 7. Dr. Bernard Heller is ac-
claimed by 200 at Hillel's testimonial
dinner. Roberta Chissus is appoint-
ed chairman of Senior Supper.
March 8. Harrison Forman, well-
known author, lecturer and photo-
grapher, delivers motion picture lec-
ture entitled "Tibet-the Forbidden
Land" in Oratorical Association talk.
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