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Analyzes Elecive : t 'lem's I
SAYS :fl4t~j NOIVCONSIDER
LEARNIW AN EXTERIOR TRl'ING
"Greater conitinuity between the sec-
ondary and hi-her units of learning
in our educational system is needed,"
ay Presidont Marion L. Burton,
stressing the various educational mnis-
tales of today in an article entitled,
"The Undergraduate Course," publish-
ed, in last week's issue of the New
.Ropih_: rmagazine.
The elective system which has been
adopted by most of the schools of the
country has resulted~ in a lack of un-
iimsoftecuesWihsudents are taking today, according to
tba article.
"llappy iMedum" Sought
"The thing which we are seeking,"
declar ed Dr. 'P.ron "is -a happy med-.
iurr -.vi<h wi1l embody the greater ad-
vania er of tlhe old courses in liberal
arts and in the classics,, yet at the
sawn 't;me allow the freedom of choice.
which hF'7lC tive system does," the
Prsdn i~lustrikes at the
1)rf. ~i!;'?.t.:yieaof education 'as en-
tedained b }y most students, when he
dec~rs,"A student who studies is
cc~asieied eel~a,"and "tobe a high
brow is atalo ~n so' ambitions
"Undr1th1- resent s.ystem a student
c<; aauec etion much as he would
ar.jti i . n exterior quality in
))tmb ? indsoa great many people
while iiiraliy it deals with the in-
ir llri;ng an:d is ai thing of the spirit."
'The resient'in clqsing,-remtarkes
t~it h~suiitaluccsstycan be sup-
j~umtl to students only whsn the Am-
or an people as a whole give more
t iiht to lijus h id
(l~yfssocited ress)Sc'
culture ; ipo stranfled in the' Crimea.
'lerlin-The Bav-arian cabinet ha7
resiIgnecd (row over stater socialism)..
Constantinople-The T1urks have as..
sumed civil government in Thrace.

Studies Coll1 eg e
CondiionsIn U. S.

ed newspapers not to call -their faction international Banquet at Washington
'Irregulars," but "Republicans" ($5 Over 200 foreign students the
ai '' ' for each offense). University' of Washington will be
honored at an international banquet

BrinisgChallenge Iow-a sity of I01,
Madison, Nov. 2.-Officials of the Hawkeyes
University of Southern California one game
have expressed willingness to sign a, the oither
two-year contract with' the Univer- !yet, Iowa-f

wa for a football game. The
and Trojans would play'
at Los Angeles in 1923 and
at Iowa City in .1924. As
has not accepted.

Dance at Y psi every
ing, 4: ^0.-Adv.

Me~o Cty--The government re-
i ,: fr aid to storm-swept
t'~A4 0 ~U&0'5 tnd, Cozunmel Is-
laflb. 2WI'., \u ,.-,tan; natiyc-s'suffer-.

Former Pastor Guilty ',f AMurd,
Statesboro, Ga.,' Nov. 2.-E1;
Cadrick, youthful former Methe
preacher was found guilty of first
gree murder in connection with
killing of his mother-in-law,l
Mamie Lou Dixon last June, the
returning a verdict early tonight1
a recommendation- for mercy.
verdict automatically carries a
tence ctf life imprisonment.

given by the International 'council.
Prominent Seattle men and women
will be hosts and hostesses. The stu-
dents represent Russia, China Japan,
Ind:a, Korea, Madagascar, and somej
of the South American countries.
Class Treasurers to Mteet Today
Treasurers of all classes on th1j
campus will mnett with the Student
council committee on classes at 4 o'-1
clock today in room 302 of the Union.
A discussion of all-ca'mpus dues day,
which is to be held Monday, will take

The place.
sena-
Michigan Daily and Chimes for

........... "

Fat YnI~~
Fan Yuan-Lien, former Chinese
minister of education, is now in this
country to study civic a.nd agricul-
tural education methods at the Uni-
versity of Iowa, Iowa City, and Iowa
State College at Ames.
Mexico City-The country feels piq-
ing, at winter quarters, tihe whole As-
iatic fleet of the United States Navyi
will be assembled here by Saturday.
Mexico Cit-The country feels piq-
zed at receiving no invitation. to the;
Pan-American Congress, to. meet at:
Santiago, Chile, in 1923.
DRD. W. S" MILL'S
OSTEOPA THIC .PYSICIAN
616 First Nat'] Bk. Bldg.
Office Hour, Phone
A REAL GOOD MEAL
CHOP SUEY - SEK
Eterythirr;g ood of
A4nn Ar bor. Chop Suey.
314 S. State-Second Floor,

XATINEE
2:00- :30
Adults 200
Kiddies tCe

EVENING
Alulits 35c
Riddles 100,

r-

-4

Frida

a Saturdy

$4.50.

When in
I4
I4
Moday if
TheLyonCoil
Tbig Store -where
but where, becaus
-prices are in evidt
}Q
i*

n Chicago Visit theLytton Collej

n,.
, ' ' (I ,
_
r-- t , 1, ' "

iRepresent ng the
will be at
rd Tuesday, November 61t
tsive display of line clothes des:
's idea of good style. Hats, I
ludled.
ege Shop is a -smart, exciusiv(
ethe utmost individualityr of sty
se of our tremendous volume, aj
fence.
STATE at JACKSONv-Chicago.

ge Shop .
iand 7th
igned to express
F'urnishings, and
e Shop within a
rle is mairntained ,
ppreciably lower,~

- DON'T MISS"
DORIS. MAY
"UPANDAT EM!'
Trade Your Grouch ForA Smile.\
Swiasp Your T-oules For Joy.
The Firmiest Mvars OnsThe
S5creen AI irill }.

Washington- President'
senit birthday greetings to
anese Emperor.-

Harding
the Jap-

Panama-In October 313 ships
went through the Canal (new 'rec-'
ord).

.
ts.

a

,ondoi-in July 711, planes carries
1 passengers to and from the con.
nt: Americans are called the bes'
rons.
anila-Guillermo Martinez, for
r secretary Philippine Nationa
ik, was sentenced to two years' foi
bezzling stock.

r- A The CAAMPUS Theatro

TODAY
AND
SATURDAY

al

_,

ie Mf 'aTho-sandFace

Madrid-Melilla dispatches say
pan has suspended Air raids on. the
oores (believed to.- indicate peace
fforts).
Honolulu-The body of Sergt. Ross
wens, killed in an airplane crash,
as been recovered; he lived in Neer
ork~ State.
Madrid-The Spanish cabinet decid-
d to adhere to the Washington Con-
rence treaties regarding China.
Buenos Aires-Prisoners in jail at
ucumani counterfeited Argentine
iundred-dollar bills and got thenm
sased outside.
Berlin-E~xperts say the $25,000 val-
e put on the formner Kaiser's wed-
ing present for Hermine is exagger-
,ted.
Constantinople-Ismet Pasha,' Riza
Fur Bey and experts left today for the
rear East Peace Conference.
London-Mrs. Diana Morgan Hill,,
Vashington, D. C., widow of H. Mor-
an Mill, was married to Sir George
thodes, 60 years old.
Class topues all wool 75c. Wild &
'ompany.-Adv.

A Man 's Flaing Answer tothe
Who Wrote the " Sheik"

Woman

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11

.. rSPALC.AST
EI 2'SD1_ AQL E 'thL'~-Sp~oirlS, VCDE AlT KEN

t

Greatest of allj
ro -ances of the desert.
Written by a man who has lived all
his lifo with the Arabs, as a flaming
answer to Edith M. Hull's "The
Sheik."
Produced by the man who made
"The Shiek." On a scale more lavish
than, that great success.
ADDED
A CHRISTIE COMEDY
"PARDON MY GLOVYE"
Featuring'
BOBBY VERNON.

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STARTING SUN~DAY

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