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December 07, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-07

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THE MICH-IGAN DAILY I

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SCHOOL SURVEY AT
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POLISHED : We use only Sem-Dac Liquid
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Educational and Mental Tests to
Given Each Hugh School and
Intermediate Pupil

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SOUTHERN STUDENTS NOTICE
All students who are planning
to go through Detroit 'or Toledo
to Cincinanti or Louisville on
Friday nit e c. 16, d and who
ing for a special car are asked to
cal 3.M.Burge, '23, at 1016 im-
Buy your class toques from Daily

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FACUL TY MEMBERS AND FIVE
STUDENTS TO HELP IN WORK
Several faculty members of the

School of Education together with five advertisers.-Adv.

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volunteer students in mental testing
left Ann Arbor yesterday for a week's
survey of scholastic and mental stand-
lng in the schools in Flint.
This is in accordance with co-opera-
tive testing plans carried on now In
which more than 40 cities of the state
have planned to take part. The work
in Flint will be carried on at a cost
of approximately $5,000. Dean A. S.
Whitney will have charge of the sur-
The work will consist of both edu-
cational tests and mental tests given
to every child attending school in the
city of Flint, In both Intermediate and
scohols will then be compared with
other schools in the state taking par
in the University cooperative testing
plan, for a comparison of school stand-
ings. In the Flint tests Dr. Guy M.
Whipple will have charge of the intel-
ligence tests and Prof. Clifford Woody
will complete the educational tests.
Results of the test will be assembl-
ed by the Bureau of Education Refer-
ence and Research in order that State
standards may be developed. The re-
sults of the assembled data will be
compiled into general bulletins. Along
with these results for the reclassifi-
cation of pupils for the improvement
of instruction, further experimental
studies will be made.
MATERIL FOR SCENARIO
FAMOUS DIRECTOR'S ASSERTION
SAID TO APPLY TO
DAILY MOVIE
David ark Griffih, moto npictuye
which was declared yesterday to be
pertinent to the present scenario con-
test being conducted by The Daily, by
the representative of the producers
who is now in Ann Arbor. A large
number of plots for the University
movie have already been received by
the Scenari Editor, but terse isr stl
before the final decision of the judges,
which is to be made Saturday.
"Every man or woman has known,
has seen, or has lived part of a great
story," said Griffith in a Interview re-
cently. "There is material for a screen
masterpiece in the life of almost any
person. Thousands of people have had
experiences that, turned over to a
competent director and a capable' com-
pany, could be developed into great
pictures. Without the idea, however,
the best direction and most powerful
acting will fail."
The fact that the picture planned in
Ann Arbor must represent scenes and
typical events of university life will
necessarily limit the field of action but
the material for a play that any col-
lege town presents to the observer can
be drawn upon for a scenario of equal
merit with those already in the hands
of the judges.
Chinese Club Elects Officers
Chinese Students' Club elected the
following officers at a meeting held
last Saturday evening at the Baptist
Guild house: President, Dr. D. S. Chen;
vice president, Al L. Giang, '23M;
recording secretary, Li Y. flu, Gradu-
ate; corresponding secretary, Me
Tsung Dong '23; treasurer, Henry C.

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It's

the best packing science has devised to keep cigarettes
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And note this!

There's nothing flashy about the Camel

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smoke. Not a cent of needless expense that must come
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Because, men smoke Camels who want the taste and
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freedom from cigaretty aftertaste.

Camels are made for men who think for themselves.

The lightest Portable
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