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May 25, 1922 - Image 6

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TT I that they will see their team play as
S SECTIO ATgraduates but it will give the rest of
the classes the opportunity of view-
GA SFng the graduating class together in
Student councilmen will be at the
vations for a special block of section. to take care of the seating of
baseball game the seniors, who are urged to be on
ayseniors at the time as the seats will be opened to all
ve beent made by the Student after a reasonable period. The allot-
and will be used beginning ted block will be in the center of the
e Michigan-Chicago game. Caps grand stand.
wns must be worn or canes
in order to gain admission Have your silk and organdie gowns
as well :fs your exclusive gowns, made.
only will this give the seniors at the Mode Shop, 711 N. University
ante to watch the last games Ave.-Adv. ,

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Fr 1923 Op? era
URGES RURAL HOSPITALS AiD , Roy Hoyer started work training
REFORM IN MEDIC CURRICULA the "chorus girls" for next year's
opera this week at the Mimes theater.
Association More than 125 men appeared for the
Head of Doctors' AsSays first rehearsal and several possible
Tendency Is Towards Organi- steps were tried out. The men were
zatlon mostly from the two under classes
although there was also a generous
St. Louis, Mo., May 23.-That a sprinkling from the junior class. Sev-
transition from individual to organ- eral of the men from this year's show
ized medical practice is spreading were also present but most of the
widely was asserted here tonight by time was spent with the new tryouts.
Dr. George E. de Schweinitz, president Ten musical selections for the pro-
of the American Medical association, duction have been definitely chosen
in his presidential address before the already although the book, itself, has
opening meeting of the annual session. not yet been decided on. For this
That reform of the curriculum of the reason, the work for the next two
undergraduate medical school is urg- weeks will be almost entirely reserv-
ently needed, that rural districts are ed for the chorus parts. Several of
apparently being drained of doctors, the new melodies were gone through
and that the public is dissatisfied last night with the dancing in order
"with a service which is devoted only that the steps will have the proper
to the cure of maladies and the mend- rhythm and swing.
ing of injuries," were the other asser- All the dances for the new produc-
tions in the address. tion will be especially evolved and
Clinics Developing personally directed by Mr. Hoyer. As
The speaker, remarking that clinics, he has only just completed a three
health centers, and community hos- year engagement with Fred Stone in
pitals are developing to supply com- his latest musical comedy, "Tip Top,"
wnunities which are not in contact with he will be here until about the mid-
hospital and laboratory facilities, and de of June working with the dancers.
have encountered some opposition, All the dances in "Make It For Two"
said, "It is useless to disregard the are under his direction and this year
fact, that in the words of a thoughtful .he will have more time to devote to the
medical writer, 'a transition from in- work.
dividual to organized practice has
begun,' and that the movement Cygnus Takes in S Tuesday
spreads widely." Eight men were taken into Cygnus
Demand Prevention at the annual initiation banquet held
"The public is not satisfied with a Tuesday evening at Lane hall, filling
service which is devoted only to the the places of eight men who are leav-
cure of maladies and the mending of ing this June. The speakers for the
injuries, but is very much alive to the occasion were Chiles Van Antwerp, re-
advantages of the prevention of dis- tiring president of Cygnus, Claud
ease and the conservation of health; Pickens, the new president, Rev. Carl
and he, the practitioner, should be H. Elliott of Ypsilanti, and Arthur
equally alive to his opportunity to se- Heyl, spokesman for the neophytes.
cure leadership in such movements, The new men are Arthur Hey, '23M,
a leadership which is his to hold and Robert Clark, '24, Walter Nichols, '23,
to maintain, provided he approaches George Crossman, '23E, Vinton Brash-
the problem in a spirit of co-oper- ear, '23E, Angus Babcock, '25, Alex-
ation and with a resolute 'will to ander Burr, grad., and James Jackson,
win.'" '24E.
BELGIAN EDUCATORS STUDY Presbyterians to Banquet
AMERICAN SCHOOL METHODS Seniors of Presbyterian affiliation or
preference will be the guests at a
Dr, O. Decroly, professor of paid- banquet to be given Thursday, June 1,
ology and director of the Institute for .by the Session of the First Presby-
Special T'aining at Brussels, and Dr. terian church. Invitations have been
R. Buyse, state supervisor of elemen- sent out to more than 200 seniors.
tary schools at Brussels, have been
visiting at Ann Arbor as the guests
of Prof. G. M. Whippie, of the $chool
of Education.
Dr. Decroly and Dr. Buyse are
prominent Belgian educators who are
touring America to get in contact
with the latest developments in the
field of Intelligence testing and scien-
ic curiculum constructing. While
here they also visited Detroit and
Jackson in order to observe the spe-
cial work being done in these cities,
in application of psychology to school

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