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March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…I Weather Rain, possibly sncow; eontinued cloudy today. LL SdLIr iga rt3 Ed itorial The Unfinished Health Service ... VOL. L. No. 109 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1940 PRICE FIVE I I Reich Airmen Attack, Down Hitler Reveals Terms In Welles Conference' Two Belgian. Planes Swimmers Swamp Northwestern; O.S.U. Defeats Cagers, 51 To 32; Track Team Beats Irish, 54 To 41 Army Finns Report New Victory Against Soviet ...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHITAN DAILY DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN "Trial" costumes. Return to Ann Arbor at 8:00. Second Semester Membership Lists, for the following fraternities and sor- orities have not yet been submitted to the Office of the Dean of Stu- dents: Beta Theta Pi, Chi Psi, Delta Upsil- on, Kappa Nu, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Lambda Phi, Sig- ma Phi. Alpha Lambda, Alpha Omega, Del- ta Sigma Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Pi, Phi Delta Epsilo...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…3, 1940 THE MICHI AN DATLY Swimmers Humble Wildcats, 62-21; rackmen Beat Irish Q+ Mermen Take AllFirst Places To Win, 62-21 Sharemet Spurs Natators To Eighth Successive TriumphIn Dual Meets (Continued rrom rage 1) Cagers Bow To Bucks; Sextet Conquers Paris 4' ~'1~~ Michigan's Sprint Star next, with the Northwestern speed merchant taking a foot lead as "Good Time" Charley turned in a :53.5. Williams, timed at :54.0, regained the lea...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

…E Fit: THE MICHIGAN DAIY .CUIlw AY, . , -v . , HE MICHIGAN DAILY ~. /I tI : I Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it ...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 5

…2, 1944) THE MICHIGAN DAILY Technic Issue Radio Article' Magazine To Go On Salet Wednesday; Ashburn' ]ill Dsc(-us Ligi ng Intricacies of radio's newest de- velobment, the frequency modulation' system of transmission, will be ex- plained by Charles Tieman, '40E, in the March issue of the Michigan Technic which goes on sale Wednes- day morning. The frequency modulation system of radio broadcasting described by Tieman has recently gained the at...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

…PAGE SM THE MICHIGAN DAILY Slide Rule BallTo Feature Woody Herman And Or SUNDAY. MARCH 3, 1940 chestra Annual Formal Continues Feud WithLawyers Engineering Students Only May Purchase Tickets; Sale WillOpen Friday (continued rrom Page 1) the networks of the National Broad- casting Company. Featured vocalist with Woody Herman will be Carol Kay, a recent addition to the band, while Steady Nelson handles the spe- cialty numbers. The central com...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 7

…1940 THlE, MICIGAN DAILY JGP Director C6sMeeting Play Will Be Coordinated For First Time oday All Junior women who are partici- pating in any part of JGP-chorus, dances, or speaking parts, should come to- the League at 2 p.m. today, Richard McKelvey, director, said. The play will be put together for the first time today, McKelvey said, and it is imperative that all mem- bers of the cast should be there promptly at 2 p.m. Anyone who tried out...…

March 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 109) • Page Image 8

…____ _______ _ __THE MICIGAN DAILY Who's Wishing Whor Luck? Ann Arbor Dimand, To Lectutre Thursday, Noted For Persi.at Excitutaitionls liIere Is I'oday's In Summary News Services will be held at 1:45 p.m. tomorrow at his residence for William Bolgos, well known Washtenaw Coun- ty farmer and dairyman, who died of a heart attack at home Friday night. Bolgos, retired, for many years operated the Bolgos Creamery, which he established along w...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

… 'Perspectives' Today L Bk igtan ~Iaiti 3Editorial Our University ' Marches On . VOL L. No. 135 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, April 3, 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS English Drive OffIGermans In Air Attack On Naval Base Nazi Raid On Scapa Flow Marks Another Attempt To CrippleSeapower Rumanian Youth Drafted To Farms (By the Associated Press ) Striking again from the air at Bri- tain's seapower, German warplanes last night raided the Briti...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…PERSPECTI S University Of Michigan Literary Magazine VOLUME III, NUMBER 3 Supplement to THE MICHIGAN DAILY APRIL 3, 1940 Li. BU"'0RGLiRY ON LOUCUST SRE . by Dennis Flanagan HEN I was ten years old my family moved to Philadelphia, where they took an apartment on Manning Street, near Rittenhouse Square. This apartment was on the first floor of a building which, until we had come, had been inhabited entirely by attists. I suppose that the arti...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

…-- - PACE TWO THE MICHIGAN XILY A i T' I. 19.10 - PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, ~ 1940 Final Sessions Of ASC Group Set ForToday Surgical Topics Concern delegates In Closing Sessions OfCollege (Continued from Page 1) ment; Dr. Max M. Peet, Dr. Edgar A. Kahn and Dr. Fenimore F. Davis of the surgery department; Dr. Mil- tpon S. Goldhamer and Dr. Arthur C. Curtis of the internal medicine de- partment; Dr. Marvin H. Pollard, sec- retary of the medical s...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Pra.lA PiR RPTCTTVEV t o,e1wuKA t 7 uu L.u SHY ... by Alvin Sarasohn s VAN had to leave the stranger quickly again, for he felt the tears begin to well up in his eyes, and it would never do to let the stranger think that the 14-year-old boy he saw before him tas a cry baby. He hurried to the rear 'df the store after mumbling a half coherent sentence to the man who had started to bawl Evan out. The man was buying, or said he was buying, a...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…x1ti: itrra ,,-Mu. TGIF _jltTTl A x DWtrv gAV'R 1*4MIM. T..~M 1 U fA i iv-*.~ 5 . .U a . .. .1 ...£5 8 L 5 a £f~5 .d l&liGait x Coach Fisher Names 16 Players For Southern Baseba II Trip N Sevten Net men To Start South On Spring Trip Ineligibilities Force Weir To Change Personnel Of Tennis Squad Lafst minuteeineligibilities have forced Coach Leroy Weir to shift the personnel of his tennis squad Which is preparing to leave on its annu...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…PERSPECTIVES PeThne GflLLRNTRY IN HELL by John flrthos ON THE POETRY OF W. H. AUDEN, AND THE LECTURE, "A SENSE OF ONE'S AGE." An address presented to the Language and Literature Section of the Michi- gan Academy of Arts and Sciences. SUPPOSE that talent is merely a word by which we describe an artist's capacity to survive the confusion which seems to be the original condi- tion of human existence. It is the facul- ty through which people of...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 4

…PAGE Ft'!'t78"+ THE MICHIGAN DA4ILY Wr,,DW. SDAY Ap"RTG 3, 1040 PAGE FO~YE WEDNESDAY, APlIIL 3, 1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan University Develops New Institute For Social Service Work Edited and managed by students of the University of Michigan under the authority of the Board in Control of Student Publications. Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session. Member of the Associated Press The ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…Page Four PERSPECTIVES DOYLE PRESS, 1940. by Shirley Wallace "A woman's mind is a deeply deli- cate, infinitely resourceful mechan- ism superior to the blustering sur- face strength of the masculine brain. Where nuances and sub- tleties abound in her reception and reaction only primitive, basle im- pulses affect and motivate the male .though she is more liable to err, thus, in solving the intricate pat- terns ... while the masculine con- ce...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 5

…WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAGE Fl" University Men Write Articles For Year Book Professors Brown, Dorr, Benson Are Contributors To Annual Publication Three members of the University's political science department contrib- uted the first articles in the 1940 edi- tiorl of the American Year Book, re- ceived here yesterday. Prof. Everett S. Brown, a yearly contributor since 1933, wrote the sur- vey of "The President and His ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVES Pagee ll 41 if'&- A,-TV V V lITING . . by Elizabeth fillen I!" LA=NE STARTED to yell, and then stopped. After all, 1she was getting a little old to scream out of a window, just because her best friend was coming down the street. She remembered now that yelling at each other from simply miles away was one of, the things she and Arden had decided-to definitely not do. But why, she thought-and then she could not remember what s...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…P~AG4E fx TT11 EMICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDlAY, APRiL 3 1940 i ?IA iJ Naai 1 D1 L JD e.1b r id oe.1 Ruthvens Invite Student Groups To TeaToday Nine Women Will Assist League Social Group In Second of Series President and Mrs. Ruthven will open their home to students from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today when the League social committee sponsors the second Ruthven tea of the semester. Mrs. Sarah B..Mitchell, Mrs. Norris Wentworth, and, Mrs. Mary C. Mit- ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…C'ase Six PERSPECTIVES FROM EXECUTORS OF EfRTH by Charles Miller I Some men have known star-speckled space, have felt The eye faint back on earth and weakly settle Upon their task; they know man's works can melt In space, a snowflake in a boiling kettle. Oh rock and soil, oh cringing continents, Consider oceans there, four times more great! And man, how little-even earth relents To you: the frigid poles, the desert hate, The mountain pride ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 7

…WEDNESDAY, A PVjj-, -a,- B40 THE MICnI AN OXIC PAGV SEVEN WEDNESflAY, APRil73, 17940 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG~ S~V~N Student-Tutors Offer Variety Of Specialties Eighteenth Century Letter Found In Collection Of &uge Papers T radier Explains Reasons. 1 F or Distillitg spirits Plan Registrants Are Asked From Surplus Grains To Report At Union; Fees Are Moderate,1By AUDREY FLESHAM FesA ___ eaeA letter out of the eighteenth cen-' A tentative...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES PageSeven lDDRESS TO THE REFUGEES by John Brinnin WE HAVE the statue for it-Liberty, Whose classic vulgar hands invite you Home; Whatever future stormed your reverie Upon the lank Atlantic wastes, come, Dissolve the terror and suspend the night; Bid every dragon for a little while be dumb. We, too, have tasted insolence, the weight Of wilful ignorance; drilled on our eyes, Have felt, somehow, the Gothic headlines cut The brands...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 135) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICIIIG AN DAILY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1940 ... ............ . ......... ... . .... ...... ...... . Trade Meeting Will Consider State Barriers Sessions Of Conference Will Include Speeches By Truitt And Ruthven , Consideration of the pros and cons of trade barriers will feature the in-" itial session of tne two-day Confer- ence of Trade and Industrial Secre- taries which will open under the joint sponsorship of the Ann Arbor ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 8

…frie Eight PERSPECTIVES i i a,. M n..r s s.w +t. i i * i.l M i Garden In The Rain M IDNIGHT on the flaming lawn While black hawks Suckle the glass flowers. The shuffle of rain Plunking against twisted trellises Encircling vines Know at the root Gyrations of earthworm. A tube of wind Splits petal from petal Anemone moon blackens And shrieking flowers Lift hungry mouths To descending harp strings. - Howard Moss mas Eve-43rd Street THE moment ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 9

…PERSPECTIVES Page Me .u ._ _ v m v .d r. 4ITIN[G . . Continued from Page Five "Come on, Arden. I have a marvel- ous idea" They hurried out of the auditorium, breathless and secretive. "Is there any reason why we have to stay?" she whispered. There wasn't. Nothingcould be simpler than walking right out the door. "We hdd better be very careful, though," warned Arden. "Just act as though we were leaving for a breath of air." No one was at. th...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 10

…Pale Ten PERSPECTIVES LLNTRYN L Continued from Page Three croaches upon our feelings, and limits them or turns them aside. The center of our existence becomes the center of a smaller and smaller circle, and though the rhetoric of our feeling may be as grand as ever, what our words refer to is less and less. The forms we had first worked out for our expression we had really developed for other things, and they fit loosely now. If we grow co...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 11

…\PERSPECTIVES PageEle, DDYLE PRE SS . ..Continued from Page Four that first night she had shown him that she knew how to talk, that he coudn't embarrass her, that he couldn't under- stand her entirely in one evening. After a few weeks he still could not make up his mind. It was either a pose on her part-or she was a curious woman. And he conceded the fact that whatever it was, he liked her strange veneer. Lawrence motioned to the waiter. ...…

April 03, 1940 (vol. 3, iss. 3) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve PERSPECTIVES 7lati'e you 7Ake taopk tar' (Continued from Page 11) augurated what 'may be the most fruit- ful and the most creative period in our literary history. We now have a few novelists in America (and among these Wright stands near the head of the list) who feel their material deeply and authentically, who possess a perspective which enables them to understand the interconnection of the social and psy- chological aspects...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 1

…weather Cloudy; occasional light rain or snow, LL IJ~fr iga iIaiti Editorial We're Getting Too Much Navy .: VOL. L. No. 153 Z-323 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS Nazis Shift Troops To CentralNorway For Decisive Battle To Model In Daily Style Show Today Rockwell, Panar To Lead Congress;Reed,Reichard Elected To Senate Posts Allies Entrench At Namsos Front; Norwegian Units Expected To Capitulat British Admi...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 2

…TWro THE M l HIG AN DAILY FRID., F DAILY in AYOFFICIAL BULLETINth an Co FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 degree or certificate may not be control exercised. This is neither a VOL L. No. 153 awarded until next fall. mere arbitrary regulation nor an at- 7 If you have not already done so, tempt to meddle with anyone's per- 9 Notices candidates for degrees or certificates sonal habits It is established and 10 may fill out cards at once at office enforce...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Baseball Team Meets IlliniAt Champaign Ay TMM To0day Varsity Clings To Faint Hope In Title Race Bond And Barry To Pitch For Wolverine Team In Two Game Series (Continued from Page 1) ches, catches and plays about every- where else for Illinois, is the team's leading batter with an average of .385. Beside him, Bill Hapac, John- ny Drish and "Hoot" Evers, all mem- bers of the Illini basketball team, and outfielder Ru...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 4

…TH MICHIGAN DAIL v It's Tag OF ALL THINGS!.. By Morty-Q. DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Day, Folks . . I (I ! t 3 Ale'-A . For The Fresh Air or.. 0.007 ... Af , (A ('r as Ili p 0.011 Editorial Staff Carl Petersen . Elliott Maraniss . Stan M. Swinton ,Marton L. Linder . Norman A. Schorr . . . Dennis Flanagan . . John N. Canavan . An~n Vicary . . hil Fineberg . . Business Staff Business Manager Ast. Business Mgr., Credit Manager Wome...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…THE THE M[CffGLAN DAiLY Pharmacists Will Hold Apothecaries Ball Today t I t: ._ _ ________ league Guests' GoWns To Favor New Spring Pastels, Ray Gorrell's Orchestra Will Play; Lee de Ban To Be Vocalist Feature Committeemen To Present Dance Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. James A. Davis, of Ann Arbor, announce the marriage of Sorority Will Hold Triple Ceclebration tneir daughter, Nila May Davis, '42, In a triple celebra ion of Founde...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 6

…E SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY . . ........ . ..... . . . ..... . .................... :-: it DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET! N 10:00-11 11:00-12: 2:00- 3 3:00- 4 Fresh Air Camp Tag Day Volunteers (Continued from Page 2) :00 Bob Williams. Jean Holmquist 30 Poland Mhead, Margaret Van Ess :00 W a e J. Hinkle, Betty Clement :00 tn R . ker. Dorothy Nichols ... ._,. ENGINEERING ARCH 7:45- 9:00 George Hansen, Fred Shands, Annabel Van Winkle, Bet Lawt...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

…M SUMMER Cl. r Ai an 4:Iaiti SECTION TWO SUPPLEMENT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 ........... Summer Session To Open H4 Institute Departments To Cooperate In Presenting Study Course Entry Into Course Open Only To Gradautes; To Present Lectures Visiting Professors To Deliver Talks Seven departments of the literary college will cooperate to offer a Graduate Study Program in Amer- ican Culture and Institutions during t...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 10

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AY, E 40 Informglity To Mark Workshop Program Of Educational School Clements Library Houses Noted Historical Collection Frencli House Reestablished For Additional Vocal Trailiin Informality will be the keynote of the annual Workshop in Curriculum and Instruction conducted by the faculty of the School of Education for teachers, supervisors, and admin- istrators who lave educational prob- lems requiring research and who se...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 11

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Novel Course For Teachers To Be Feature Education School Study Stresses Informality, Recreational Activities Novel in the curriculum of the Summer Session of the School of Education will be the new planned summer program for teachers not seeking University credit which will permit them to visit courses of in- terest informally and to engage in all of the social and recreational activities that the summer calendar offers. Un...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 12

…THEE iMICH CIN A ILY_____ WAA PlansTo Continte Sports Throughout Summer Session WAA activities will continue activity, will be included in the WAA through the entire summer session to summer program. encourage outdoor sports and athletic Class meetings will be held for the recreation throughout the sunlit sea- most part in the late afternoon, many Son).I Liounpre I Cwqivfoii Tennis courts, practice golf holes, archery and badminton equipme...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 13

…7 MTTit i 3C-2 W ATL Faculty Reception T pnSm e School SocalP ogram Weekly Bridge, Dance Classes Are Arra wred Classical Record Concerts To Be Featured Daily; Plan Watermelon Ctt Highlighting the social activitic of the summer session, will be the dents on Friday, June 28, at the reception of the faculty to the stu- Horace H. Rackham School, Miss Ethel McCormick social director of the University, announced. Though definite plans have not bee...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 14

…TAE MICHIGAN DAILY FR"A",A Guest Stars Of Summer Repertory Players Are Made: Known Itkin Will Direct, Plays; Wycoff To Be Designer Theatre To Be Workshop And Test, Laboratory For Drama Students During the 11 years since Play Pro- duction took over the summer the- atre work of the University, the Michigan Repertory Players, begin- ning with a staff consisting of Prof. Valentine B. Windt, Chester Wal- lace of the drama department of Carneg...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 15

…SU MMED. I j 4bp 4ko .A&,.AA,96 t t 7w 4LAIF r gw.,& I t SUPPLEMENT tti SECTION THREE i ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 rriri~rrrrrI Crisler Has Nucleus For Str ong Eleven Graduation, Injury go Meets Cochran Again IN THIS CORNER By MEL FINEBERG .... Hamaner And DeCorrevont .. WHEN next year comes, as next years have a habit of doing, football will once again ascend the throne it has abdicated in favor of its base...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 16

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY FR"DAY.x, MY.ux 7, Practice Bouts Reveal Campus BoxingTalent Coach Larson Makes Find In Flake, Golden Gloves Champion;_Reiger Stars Wolverine Basketball Hopes Raised But Conference Title Seems Unlikely Michigan's prospects of winning the Big Ten basketball champion- ship next season are not very bright, but its chances of taking over a first division berth and bettering its sixth place showing of the past year are Jack ...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 17

…TUR MICTIMAN "All-V lp-A . '' 11 L' 1U. .54 .1 1 T . K 11 :.33.~ C3.. l H J~1~ i. Wvrine Coac hesCarry On Felin Yost's Spirt In Work Michigan Has Well-Balanced Athletic Staff Each Mentor Is An Expert In His Field; Nearly All Were Stars In College By HAL WILSON Four Of The Mentors Who Will Guide Varsity Fortunes During Coming Year Trackmen Favored In Big Tens Incessantly striving to carry on the famed Michigan spirit imbued in athle...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 18

…iG]T F N THE MICHICAN DAItY Western Conference Grid Rivals Wind Up Spring Tr- aining Graduation To Take 1eavy Toll Of Track Team But Freshmen Show Promise As Varsity Timber Next Season's Golf Team Hit By Graduation Wildcats Rely On Frosh; Illini End Long Session Graduation will take a heavy toll from Michigan's varsity track team this year. Leaving the squad will be the greatest distance runner in Michigan history, Capt. Ralph Schwar...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 19

….11 "HE MICHIGAN DAILY PAOR NNETEMN, THE MICHICAN DAily Variety Of Courses 1 Literary College Summer Program Has Variety Of Courses Be Accented During Term [Summer Gives [( 'ses Of Study Are Similar I onnnrtnities To Regular Session Program Speech Curriculum Of Recreation By BOB SPECKHARD Bar Harbor, Maine, will have noth- ing on Ann Arbor this summer as far as recreational facilities are con- cerned. Barbour Gymnasium and the Wo- men...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 20

…PAGE TWT THE MICHIGAN DAILY Residence Dorm Housing Solves Problem Of QuarterinDouble Rocms Wit, O Quartering Double coms wit: Ha uls Open During Summer 250 Underprivileged Students Benefited By Fresh Air Camp For the past 10 years 250 under- I are enrolled in the Gr aduate School IF YOU WRITE, WE HAVE IT MEN'S RESIDENCE HALLS 10 Weeks B8Weeks bout lavatory ..$28.00 h lavatory * ............ 30.00 An An~f Buildings Give Convenien...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 21

…Msg FacTryi2eTH MICHIGAN DAILY Visiting Faculty Me n Aid Session PAGES TWENTY-ONE Outside Staff ' Members Join ManySchools Special Teaching Faculty' Assembled From Four State Teachers' Colleges More than 100 members of the faculty of the Summer Session will be non-residents, it has been an-1 nounced by the office of the Direc-t tor of the Session, Prof. Louis A. Hopkins.- Those listed are: Donald J. Am- eel, instructor in zoology, Kansas Sta...…

May 03, 1940 (vol. 50, iss. 153) • Page Image 22

…MAGE TWENTY-TWO T HE MICHIGAN DAILY FIDUAY, MASS °, 19 ! Summer School Language Houses Tol' Stress Oil Ptogratm Of Stuty Stressing the great importance of Physicians' Task Easier the spoken foreign language as an aid to formal language study, again Due To New Buildings; this year during the summer session, Hospital Care Given th French and German departments wil Isponsor the Maison Francaise The University Health Service, and the Deutsches...…

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