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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT,
DISCUSSED. By FACULTY
PROFESSORS OPINIONS VARY ON
AD VISABIf ITY OF PRINTING
STUDENTS' THEMES
Opinions vary among the professors
of the English and rhetoric depart-
ments as to the advisability of promot-
ing co-operation between the members
of these departments and the literary
publications of the university to the
extent that the best themes written by
students should be recast and printed
in the campus magaines. This plan
was advocated for all universities by
Prof. Tom Peete Cross, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, in an interview
given to a member of The Daily staff
last weeks
According to Prof. F. N. Scott, of
the rhetoric department, the themes
which students write are rarely -suit-
able for publication because they deal
with~ subjects which are not of general
interest. He was undecided as to
whether any system of co-operation
would be practicable here.
Cowden Favors Free Expression
Prof. Roy W. Cowden, also of the
rhetoric department, stated "I am in
favor of having the best themes re-
published, but I don't see how it can
be done under our present system.
This would necessitate reorganiza-
tion and I am not, sure that it would
be wise to force such a publication as
Chimes to co-operate with the rhetoric
department. However, I am in favor
of anything that will tend to foster
free expression in writing."
In the opinion of Prof. Solomon /F.
+Gingerich, of the English department,
co-operation is fundamental to the suc-,
cess of any project and it is needed
in this case as much as in any other.
"The ,danger lies in the fact that the
faculty might try to dominate these
activities," said Professor Gingerich.
Faculty Should Not Coerce
Prof. Louis A. Strauss, also of the
English department, stated that while
Let me design and make your Spring
Dresses. Mrs. Eugene Crum, Vogue
Shoppe, Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.

he was in favor of co-operation, the
initiative should remain in the hands
of the students and the faculty should
not coerce the students to collaborate
against, their will.
ST. LOUDS GIRLS FROWN ON
SHORT SKIRTS AND ROUGE
St. Louis, Mo., March 27.,
Girl, students of Soldan -high
school have placed a rigid ban
on short dresses, rouge and oth-
er extremes of dress. The move-
ment was originated by mem-
bers of a girls' society and the
remainder of the student body
fell in line. Natural complexions
and reduced size of hair puffs are
3required of every girl attending
the school.

"VOLTAIRE," TOPIC OF CERCLE
FRANCAIS LECTURE TOMORROWi
Anthony J. Jobin, instructor in the,
romance 'language department., will
deliver an address on "Voltaire," the
famous French novelist and satirist
of the 18th century, at x4:15 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in room 203,
Tappan hall. The lecture is to be
given under the auspices of the Cer-
cle Francais and will be delivered in
French.

WHTE

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Alimendinger Marries Adrian Girl
Cards have been received announc-
ing the marriage of E. T. Allmending-
er, '16, to Miss Marie Virginia Don-
ohue, of Adrian, on Saturday, March
26. Allmendinger was assistant coach
of the Varsity football team in 1919.
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.Areade- Marguerite Clark i
"Scrambled Wives." April Foc
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Wuerth-.-Priscilla Dean in "Out
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Hampden in "Hamlet." j
Read The Daily for Campus news.

I--OVERTURE, Era iDiavolo.......Auber
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Louis Kilian, Conducting
2-THlE MAJESTIC Presents
ROBERT DIETERLE, Baritone
Appearing at all evening shows and on
Sunday afternoon at 3:15 and 4:45
:-THE MAJESTIC Presents the Play
"PASSION"
The Characters : Armand De Foix, Louis
XV, King of France; Etienne Francis,
The Duchiesse of +Gramont, Count John
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playwright and the
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They heard the laughs in Timnbuctoo when this comedy con-
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JACK PICKFORD in
"Just Out of College"

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CLYDE COOK COMEDY ,"The Jockey"

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