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October 13, 1922 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-13

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'122, vice president; Floyd G. Ecklesl rdlttee chairman.
'25E, secretary; Howard G. Chamber- ;- -
lain, 23E, treasurer; Ivan Clark , '25,! Lose somethiing? A classifie d In,
sergeant-at-arms;: Arthur E. Ander- the Daily will find jt.-Adlv.

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Rotb.ev Frost, . who returned to Ann
~Arb~or Wedntesday, and will live here
again this year as an honorary. fellow
in English, intends to see much more
of the undergraduate body than last
year,~ according to hiis present plans
as, stated in an interview last .Hight.
"Althat. I :saw, of theundergradu-
ate body last year was. one or two ;
clubs,"- said Mr. Frost. "This year I
hope to 'have a number of small a}W
ences that I~ can read and talk to--
preferably in' the "eveni ngs. I could
have classes if I wanted them, but I
would rather have small groups that
I could just talk to. I suppose I slall
have some sort of system about it, but
I haven't planned anything definite
as yet."
Mr. Frost spoke of the evolution of
educational ideals. First the idea
was to inculcate plain. l nowledge-to
impart mere information, The next
phase was the. thonght ;phase, in
which the object of education was toi
teac~h the student how to think. The
system nonw in, general use is plannred
to teach people how to act, As Mr.
Frost saidl, "to round out all their
k~nowledge into a definite act, "some-
thing' concrete, that you can put on
the shelf, or in your pocket, or on a
steeple. Knowledge doesn't do you
any good unless you. use ft. 'You "can-
not keep it unless you're juggling: it
around all the .tim-with thought.
And thought isn't always sound un-
less you cani take it right Gaut 'and
prove it'-by action.
Suppose "the University should .have
a sculptor, here, after mre. The cam-
pus probably wouldn't see much of
him; he wouldn't talk much, wouldn't
teac~h. The campus might hear once
a year that he had exhibited a figure
in~ the new art in New York, and that
it' hadl caused con tderlabld discus-]
sion. Then the students would say to
themselves. that here. was a man who
didn't have much to say, but who
every once in a while put all hies
thought and all his knowledge into
a definite act. This man. Is a doer,'
they would say.
"I know an Eastern university,
president- who told me' he could save
$40,000 at :.year by iujloading his ex-
tra stenographers. He said that he
would use the money to suppgrtl
doers. at~ his university. He said tioj
mne, 'But I wouldn't have any "poets--
Miigan ~can.u have the., poets. I'd lhavte
'political economists, scientists, but no;
por4ts. He's going to have doersj
there..
"The men the universities ought to
patronize are the men" who would do

NO TICE
MICHIGAN - 01O1I0 STA'TE GAME
OCTOBER 21 ST, 1922
The Ann Arbor Railroad in connection with the Penxnsyl -
vania System will run two sleeping car trains and four coach
trains. Sleeping car trains will leave Ann Arbor station. f~ri-
day, 12 o'clock midnight City Time and first coach train ,6:30
City Time Saturday morning. RAILROAD AND SLEEPING
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD UP TO AND INCLUDING OCT. 18~.
No assurance of Railroad service can be given if purchased
after that date.
Railrload and Pullma--n tickets can be purchasedf at Ann
Arbor Station or Michigan Union.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD 'COMPANY
H. A. MILLS, Commercial Agent.

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ILOB -LR:T FROST
what they're doing whether they werd? jby 1-einemarin and company. It is
paid for it or not. In England, in possible that hie will publish a new
France, the goiernments have a sor't volume of verse this year.
of pension system. Artists are paid
something every week, say, and theyri rn~r umtr
!!manage to get along. The govern- inI rriinrtiO UNiINGui
ment over here doesn't do anything , ~ "'
like that, though.° There isn't any-j
one that does it in an official way. ;All rassengers of Stegner Res~cued
"The universities have recently con-{ by Passing Yacht
ceived the idea of patronizing the -
arts, not so much to give the artist (By Associated Press)
a year free of worry, and not so 1 San Pedro Calif., Oct. 12.-Officials
much to give the undergraduates the of the Los Angeles steamship an-
benefit, if there is any, of his Ares- nounced receipt of a message today
ence, as to show the world that the from the private yacht Casiana, of E.
universities of this country are con- L. Doheny, reporting that all passen-
sciou sly patronizing the arts. gers of the burning steamer City of
"The only artists worth patronrizing Honolulu were saved. They said the
are the ones who would do their work Casiana picked up the Honolulu's s.
Kwhether they were paid for it or not.; o. s. signals and rushed to the scene
Some men, if they were pensioned, and was standing by.
would put their feet up on the man-]' The Casiana's message -said that
telpiece, and put their hands around; the Honolulu was burning in a "lake
a glass of something, and' Just rest. like sea with'all passengers and mem-
The mnan who is so enervated, -so un- bers of the crew in life boats."
manned, by the mere process of draw- I
iga regular salary, is not a real J Gun and Blade Elects Officers
artist. The real ones 'are the menOfTeers of the Gun and Blade club
''vbo would do what they are doing 'were elected for the coming year at a
anyway, live or die." meeting held at 7:30 o'clock last night
Mr. Frost is having his completel in the Reading room of the Union.

FOR WHITNEY TEATRE ENAGEMENT
FAiD AND PSAT f -OTM E29 IN' 21 OF
PEIRI-is: Orchestra, $2.50; Baleony, 1st 4 rows, $2; necxt4 rov ," $1.50;
balaiice, $1. Saturday ai atinee: Orchestra, $2; Balcony, 4 rows, $1.50;
W ace,' 1. Add 10 per cent tai:, send self-addressed, stsanped emie-
lope',Ind imake remittances p~ayable to Whilatney O pera iHouse. Box-
office sale opeuns Wlednesday, October 18. ,

Overcoats For Nippy Days-
When a man snips into one, he.
experiences that deep and sat-.
isfying sense of assurance which
can only beC imparted by clothes
which are correctly' styled and
perf ectly made.
DOESTIC COTS $35M To $I5Oo
ENGLISH BURBERRYS ... . ...$5OO~

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W~ar Tax .........3
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BOYS-DON'T PASS UP THIS INTERESTING
TALE. AND TO OUR A, RRII3D PATRONS' YOU
SIMPLY GOT TO SEE IT THAT'S ALL!
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Balcony 2.2c, War Tax Se
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Auditorium 31c, War Tax 4c
Total....... .35
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