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(Continued from Page Nine)
ical languages, chiefly the Latin Ian-
guiage. The experienced Latin stu-
dent will read a great deal of our le-
gal literature with more ease and uin-
derstanding than then student who hab
not had the advantage of such work."
"A considerable knowledge of Lat-1I
In and Greek appears to me to be
fundamental to the study of mnedicine.
In the first place the nomenclature is!
very largely based upon these lan_-
guages and a lack of knowledge of
them not only incrneases the studenit's
difficultyr in understanding, bait leads
him into many errors in~ the ucse o
these terms~ throughout his career
The most cursory survey ox currem.
medical literature will convince any-
one that many physicians are gravely
deficient in their knowledge of the
classic;'. i

Greek as a part of their preparatory! preparation for their particular pro-I I the process and have pronounced it The Luother Leagu~ae will mcclt~t at 6:,,0 for members of the fclyad ga-lon, "TheSpca Work
i.°. l!wrk. " Ifessions or occupations. successful. o'lock. 13. R. P. Tulles, president. te students. of Christ". Christian]
"I am not one to say of anythingf Collaborating in this work were such of Wittenlzerg ('olio; e, will speak at "There will be Holy Communion at s meet at 630o'clock.
SEA-I' HI? ILTONR~i, DEAN Q,'F'Wt4flR"N 'that it is indspensable, that uo eone, nen as Prof. S. I. Edward. edo :: yokUs(vnn.o(lc hi onn tS.Ade' ~ vnn h at
"Teiciaintfdces h e or example, can be educated without the Edward's Laboratories in Lansing ee!i'oo ir church. Morning prayer and a ser- lecture on, "The great
knownglensderbleLatnaotiooncrton bcteiolgisse ttheslaee- given. at 10: :3sa0edi: co'clocke no wilxb gienotr1:30o'cocklyxormrelexndeaCa
patokh setilcleecrinowll int onert e inimy ownps ndcetoinzateioogeistateofanalstatede-i (' . jag i thy Plr. talexerinchro h 1:11wilbeRfrxd ton atnan Geeisatdeh', rek Irvening wth atm prayer, spe-nerth u-' oxvBatBeiellle sthpeirnake eto o at ujet10:40h ;WilimLo'erec
lum, is an educational error irrespect- in the educational path which I fol- eogley, chief of the (dairy division; -Tht1crCr .z.,t Tur"z of Xv ial Litany and address will be con ing it the Unitarian c
ly o heprtcla in n hchalowed, that times have changed, and Dr. Ward Ginner;IProfessors T P.. Hendelrsoni's cla'4,s n, "lzan a- dueed at 5 o'clock by the Rev. hrici' Meaning of Faith".
pui a eitrsethat a university curriculum makes Huddleson and L. 11. ooled.ge of AI, cure and the Bie, will meet. at nrzn . T W b x lie will spO:ak on, "Mloern Armenin to
i"The increased) demands which the wide demands and offers many oppor- A. C., and the Robison laboratoriesc)1' ; lr. W,. B. Shirey, state director of Parables". A studen super will e Miss S. S. Hatachah
modern developments of science make tunities that cannot be seized and re- Detroit. ong People's Work, will show pc-,served a Harris hall at 6 o'clock. xmenia, a graduate of
upon the time have undoubtedly much alized without neglect of studies once' - --- re'sat. '30 o'clock o, "India, The ?flv;crs Lor4V's Supper.- College in Constantino
to do with the tendency to- shelve the thought generally essential. Sense' r hrtPt Rirsis Land of Heritage and Promise". All! "Some qustions pertaining to the at 10:30 o'clock thisn
minded consideration of relative val- past are still important to real Intel-' Reearsals for the two plays, "Wur ' tM:. *ai;.tp of theo 'first Congrega- will be dicussed this morning by the ,East". The Students'
ues is. necessary. The proportion of ligence and appreciation. Learning zel-Flummery" and "The Goal", to be tional church will discuss this morn- Rev. E. C. Stelhorn of the Zion Luth- Wd by Mr. Chapman, w
time an English gentleman expected and culture depend on traditions, not given by the Player's; club next ig"an Dr. (rue (Cure?" Can Para- eran chrh. The Student Forum will 'at Guild hxouse. Foll
to spend upon the classics in the past merely on being "up to date." E scnester, will be started during the di c be built upon a mot~o? Can joy mnet at 5:30 o'clock. Williani M. Mac-dents' Friendship hor
would not be a measure for our youth "Telnugso niuta-last week of the examination period. ! cietdb ige o wudkne, vi e~ h subject, "Is tat 6 o'clock, ameeting
today aid it is perhaps a rea.ction =corndingly, as well as history, still, re- Thle cast of the first play, "Wurzel- te rench. druggist try to pass an Christianity intolerant?" Jesus the :6:30 o'clock. Mr. Lion
froth that older attitude which has an as I said, imporntant factors in Flummery", has been. chosen and the examination? Tle Students' Fireside Master", is the subject of the'seifon 'give the address on "Ji
driven some modern educationalists !c.lzatio In some depatment of cost of "The oal" is complete with the ( ,hat will n <)x't at (:30 oclock for a' at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Life". "The Creative
so far o the ther exreme. study, n the istory f philsophyin , exeptionofone hiractre church fittedLi tforchuegularedserviceegulwillrvies heldbetoday tsubjeubteofof the sserm
"Judging the ])resent colree curri-'urisprudenc, in medicine, I might lbe - . -"-. ..._mdern life?" M41r. .Ium1p conducts a' In the Church of Crist. The Rtev. F. Sayles has chosen :for
cDI3l31 mnlfromii "he'- R' rero'er P. Arthur will speak at 10:30 o'clock 7:30 o'clock this eveni
son whfa el uhwith radu- of the two ancient languages, Latin p ERICEi S aces_____________________
atsof fr ohmfive t t) eniyears' stand- r Cre, arr iipensablee." ot4 IUU NIYLIIU~
ing in the business world, I should ---Alfff niin~r
say. hoaeveithat one of the serious nm nuu ID1IiH ruL 7r ,,
lacks today is a sense of perspective ilf POPII ' lffhf

of the, Diciples
Endeavor will
At the servic^
rI will give his
tAmerican re-
Sullivan, D.D.,
-lock: this mprn-
:unch on, "The
dourian, of Ar-
the Arm-enian
ple, will speak
'orning in the
on, ."The Near
class, conduct-
ill meet at noon
owing the 'Stu-
Iat the chu1rch
will be held at
el Crocker 'will
apanese Student.
Christ", is the
ion which Mr.
r the service at
- I~~ e .r

"A more fundamental reason, how- a tendency, to rely upon anything newIj VVLLIJIHIJ IIIJd
ever, appears to me to lie in the essen-1 or seemingly new, without a reason- Continued fronm Page Nine.)
tial importance of backgroun d for able basis of judgment in an hzistori- PlfA 'Ml QP[h
those who desire to enter .the profes- cal knowledge of what bas preceded! uu nIdI1L1 fLLthllih) ie choruschir Th Lr
Sion. Medicine is not and may never the present development in any ivnas my Shiepard" (Shelley), tiechrs
become an exact science. It requires line. I I WS'FII)11WFOR4WARIN "al i tie igt"(Cotz,.r.
and illalwys rquie beadt of SWheeler and Mr. Dewey, "MaIrchl ie-
an ilawy eur rat f"Such a sense of the continuity or IA(Al"eEST CON AtI()U ligieuse" (Gigout), Mr.Tha
character and therefore of educationil. humzan experien'e iand~ respect1for DISEASES "Andante in "(Sls, r.ihe;
I do not believe that ,a really broad what has, preceded the achievements j<
educational backgrounz can be oh-E of the pr~iesenlt agenee ;to b h i(' , 3l "Ie sha~ll comedowin like rain" (Buick)
the chorus choir; "ThEle COni iptence'',
tamed without a thorough knowledge Cup among our students as a, prelimin- i'eI iuctito of bacteria iln milk by (Schzuber't). Miss Howe; Ftiv
of Latin and Greek. It would be my ary to sound decisions, a nd I cannot electricity is the. latest.;(discovery' March" (Smart), Mrs. Rhoad.
inciniation to increase rather than de- conceive that this can be effectivevhsbe aeC iIimcma- Iii colwl eta 93
crease the requiremients in these sub- lI(one withoutsm hrugu'si hich o'ce ae oad ncmbt ilo, ck i hel riiety a~tb9:an
jects." their knowledge of .he precedihng civ- 11i" o an otaiu
tingthechurch. Rev. L. Ii. Gunderman will
iiizations to which weow k uc. lsaslC5,In order that the experi- ;nea1l- at 10:30 o'clo ck on, "The Plac(e
MITlMEB4 E. (100LEY, I)Exii OF it is hairdly necessary etow , say that this ment may have tile advantage of the ofrewrsInChitanSrvc"
THlE COLIJE*ES OF E "N'1INEER- In itself would detruand some know-" facilities for scientific research in the
IN4G AND ARCIIITEC'TITRE ledcge of the classics and thait side from , Univer sity, the first creamery in the
"For years Greek and: Latin have aill linguistic questions such as his-! country to employv the process has
been accepted as suitable preparation:.I trclp~lety antb eue been located in Ann Arbor, it. being
for students of engineering a ih- wholly by means of translations." nw stl use lcrpr
man, and not only accepted, but pre-I crea ner y.I
(erred. The very best engineering ,4.ILERE" nIa i-J1LO 1L ), JO N (0"-41lE 1 The process was proven in one of
graduates have been classically traim- GRADU1ATE -SCHOOL t(he finest laboratories in the country, O "
edl men. We want, all of them we cat): "B~oth personal experience and -oh-; located in L.ansi-ng, :Mich. As a result
get. 4m ob emr~ n servation of the work of others lead; of the experimenlts it was found that A
pTreontateeso-cealenvcaial im me without hesitation to say that Lat-, milk p~assing through the "Electro- re t~
pression hat the s-cale vcaioal }in and Creek, quite apart from their #puzre" proces , as it is called, was al-

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rectly with the futuire work of the
student, are of first importance * for
engineering; but we prefer as stu-'
densts of engineering broad-gauged.
nen whose horizon has bheen extended
and developed by a study of the 1111-.
"On the whole,' no course of prepar-
ation has been developed equal in this
respect to the study, of Latin land
Greek. I expect to see' in the next
few years a strong reaction in their
favor. We want, T repeat, all the men
,we can get with just that training."~
"It has been my general experience
that the students entering college
Ariah thb best preparation,. the broad-
est~ outlook, and the best understand-
ing of the real meaning of education,
have. almost always studied Latin or
Babson Institute seeks fifty mfen who
will apply themselves, for one or two
years to an intensive =study of busi-
ness principles. This will include
daily discussions in small groups di-
rected by men with years of business
experience,, and conferences with
active factory and office executives.
This practical background bridges
the gap between university training
and actual business practice. It fits
you for an' executive position..
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitu~tion endowted for the purpose of
fitting men for executive responsibil-
ities.,Jinvites you to send for the
book, "Traning and Business Lead-
ership." Write today, NQ obligation.
Babson Institute
Wellesley Hills, Ma f) Mass.

intrinsic interest as subjects of study,
are imnortant factors in education. On
no consideration, were it pbossible,
would I give up what may school and
university studies in the classics, both
in the langtuages and in the litera-
tutres, brought to ime. Others, who
also have had the benefit of such stud-
ies, have seemed to ine better _educat-'
ed, not merely in the general sense of
culture, but also in time sense of better

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measles, scarlet fever, septic throat,
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