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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-04

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EDUCATION WEEK,
NATIONAL AFFAIR,
BEGINS TODAY
WILL BE OBSERVED IN EVERY
STATE, CITY, AND COM-
M1fITY
BETTER SCHOOLING IS
SUBJECT OF SERMONS

thorough prelimirfary survey of the
educational situation in the United
States,
Ceoncentration Necessary'
"It should be concentrated upon the
need of better buildings, libraries and
equipment, playgrounds, better school
attendance, better paid teachers, long-
er school terms, better vocational edu-
I cation;. better understanding of the
form and fundamental principles of
our government and better and uni-
versal use of the English language.
'Special emphasis should be placed
on the singing of patriotic songs, sa-
lutes to the flag, the flying of the flag
from every school house every school
day the weather permits, and upon,
short, interesting accounts of essential
facts in American history."

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P aris Jewelers
Install 1,500
Wireless sets

Association Heads Point Out
Of Situation as It Exists
Today

Paris, Nov. 15. (By Mail).-Fifteen
hundred small wireless outfits have
been installed in Paris jewelry, watch
and clock stores to enable the Jewel-
lers to catch the correct Greenwich
meridian time as it is sent daily at
10:00 o'clock by the Eiffel Tower.
Formerly the exact time had to be ob-
tained from, the observatory by tele-
phfne.
The installation is simplicity itself.
The outfit, about nine inches in diam-
eter is hung on a nail in the wall. A
copper wire run down to the cellar or
along a water or gas pipe serves as a
"ground wire" while the removal of
the bulb from a nearby electric light
and the insertion of a contact plug take
the place of antennae.
The outfit can be regulated to hear
everything that is sent out from the
Eiffel Tower.

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Told in America's Rugged Mountairns
Where LovesRun Strong and
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(By Associated Press) Three Alumni
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 3.-To focus
public attention upon the need for bet- A rticles N o w
ter schools in this country, "AmericanI
Education Week," will be observed Ia
Dec. 4 to Dec. 10 in every state, city -
and community. Plans for carrying Harold Titus, '11, Arthur Pound, '07,
out the week's activities which start and Fred C. Kelly, who was a student
tomorrow are under the direction of here in 1901 and 1902, are the authors
the National Americanism commission o stories in the December issues of
of the American Legion, the National the three leading American publica-
association and numerous patriotic and tions,.
civic organizations. Titus, who while attending the Uni-
Sermons Today 1versity was literary editor of the Gar-
Sermons urging the need for better goyle and the Michiganensian, and also
education will be preached Sunday a member of The Daily staff, has writ-

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from pulpits of every denomination in
all parts of the country. ThroughoutI
the week, the press, pulpit, educators,
patriotic bodies, national clubs, com-
munity organizations and other civic
bodies will carry on the campaign.
Governors of states, mayors of cities
and towns in every part of the country
have already issued proclamations ask-
ing the citizens to observe the week
in a fitting way.
"The attention of the public should
be centered upon educational prob-
lems," Dr. Charles Ormand Williams,
president of the National Education
association, and Alvin M. Owsley, Di-
rector of the Legion's National Am-
ericanism commission, stated after a

ten "Foraker's Folly," which is ap-
pearing in Everybody's magazine.
Continuing his "Iron Man" series of
articles, Pound this month contri-
butes to The Atlantic Monthly his
third installment, "The Iron Man and
Wages." He was formerly editor of
the Inlander and Editor of The Daily,
and is at present contributing editor
of +he Flint Saturdsy Night.
"Liars" is the title of Kelly's story,
which runs in Leslie's magazine. His
articles on "College Thoughts After
Twenty Years" will appear in the De-
cember issue of Chimes.
A liner in The Daily for 1910: Get
that spring Gargoyle-10 cents.

Famous Skull
Cup To Be Sold
London, Nov. 16.-(By Mail).-An
interesting Byron relic will soon be
offered for sale at auction. This is the
famous half of a human skull, dis-
covered 20 years ago, finished with a
silver band inscribed 'skull drinking
Sup used by Lord Byron at Newstead
Abbey."
While living at the Abbey, Byron
found a human skull of peculiar white-
ness which he concluded had belonged
to a friar. He sent the skull to Lon-
don with orders to cut it in half and
to have one half elegantly mounted.
On the return of the cup, Byron
instituted a new order at the Abbey
and constituted himself "Abbott of the
Skull." Members of the order were
provided with black gowns and when
a chapter was held, the "Skull Cup"
was filled with claret andrhanded
round to the members of the order.

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