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May 01, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-01

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SCHOOLS L I STED
nvi I~rnrr'Inhi nninn

UAMexico City, April 3
MUSICAN
delegation has petitilo
MUSICIANS ment for a campaign a
outlaw bands which a

ed the govern-
gainst scattered
re operating in

lACE PRO BLEMi
er and Vice President of
Ity of Labor College
in Denver

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L TALK A AF ANE HALL '
UNDER AUSPICES OF S. C. A.
orge L. Collins, field secretary of
Fellowship of Reconciliation, will
an address at2 o'clock this after-
in the Upper Room at Lane Hall
m the auspices of the Student
stian association. Mr. Collins will
k on the subject of "A general
ussion of the Race Problem.'
r. Collins is a graduate of the Uni-
ity of California, and for several
s was Baptist pastor and Y. M.
representative at that institution.
ng the years of the World War he
ed as an officer in a machine gun,
allon in France, and in 1919 be-
e interested in the newly formed
owship of Reconciliation. Since
he has been industrial secretary
:erkley, California, and later rep-I
rted the Baptist, the Congregation-
ie Presbyterian, and the Methodist
s at the Colorado School of Min-
a became Vice-president and al
iber of the faculty of the Denverl
>r College, as well as of the Farm
>r school of that state. Since 1922
as made extensive travels in Eu-
, and has made an intensive study
c industrial and social situation in
>f the foreign states which he vis-
incert Company
To Offer Program
he Stuttgart Concert company, now
'ing this country, will offer a pro-
n of sacred music of German orig-
it 8 o'clock tonight in the Bethle-
Evangelical church on Fourth

Enthusiastically received by a large:
and attentive audience, Palmer Chris-
Of the high schools examined so far tian, University organist, presented an
this year by the committee on diploma extraordinarily interesting program
schools, 141 schools have been placed yesterday afternoon in Hill auditor-
in the list of high schools throughout ium. The numbers varied in style,
the state, whose pupils will be admit- character and content, and represent-
ted without examination. The in- ed classical as well as modern com-
spection of the various schools was posers.
in charge of Prof. J. B. Edmonson, Mr. Christian opened the afternoon's
of the secondary education depart- program with a dignified and skillful
went. presentation of two movements from
Among the 141 schools, 25 have been Guilmant's First Sonata in D minor.;
placed on the three year term list, The "Andante Cantabile" movement
that is schools which will be accredit- rum Tschaikosky's Fifth Symphony
ed as diploma schools for three years , was extremely successful and effective
without inspection, 57 schoolswere as an organ composition. Its rich har
placed on the two year list and- 59
were included on the one year list monies, wistful melodies and powerful
of which num'ber 22 were accredited climaxes were admirably executed and
at the last Inspection. A new ruling showed Mr. Christian to be a master
now makes it necessary for any high of registration.
school applying for listing in the two! "Beatitude," a composition from the#
year ternm to have at least 50 per pen of Italy's greatest organist, Bossi,
cent of its teaching staff possessed of proved to be of unusual interest. It is
academic degrees. imbued with ecclesiastical fervor
Lthroughout, being reminiscent of the
SLondon, April 30.- Four Glasgow monastic life of St. Francis.
% ~F.K.S.
* -1 Labor members of the House of Com- - -
Prof. Edmund E. Day mons supported a resolution adopted i
tat a Glasgow demonstration for a "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
IroE dm nd 1E,. ay, head of the Scottish parliament.quickly.-Adv.
economics department and dean of the S
now hl of BusinsAdmini A r n

that state.

F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest On your way to classes-or on y
announce than Oniy Yisit in-
Detroit of the carry all student supplies-Blue-Bo
MOSCOW ART THEATRE - Writing Paper-Ink-Pens-Etc.
World's Foremost Acting Compny W
at time ,1
GARRICK THEATREUK
Detroit YOU'LL LISK OURS
TONIGIIT--"TE CHERRY OR-
CH A )"STUDENT SU PL
Fri., Eve. May 2-"Tsar Fyodor Ivano-
Sat. Mat. May 3-"Tile Cherry Or.niversity
chard."
ai. v. May 3-"The Lower Depths."
Prcs igtsn ...... $1. to $.0

our way home. We
ks-Note Books-

TOCK

Y STORE

1:

ljkw ' u m 17l511u~s frmn stra-
tion, left yesterday afternoon to at-
tend the sixth annual meeting of the
Association of Collegiate Schools of
Business which will be held today; to-
morrow, and Saturday in New York
City. He will be chairman of a con-
ference tomorrow afternoon on "The
Teaching of Statistics in Collegiate
Schools of Business." Representa-
tives from every large school of busi-
ness in the country are expected to at-
tend this convention.
It's tru.3 efficIncy to use Daily
Classilleds.-Adv.

Velvet Tobacco is Kentucky's best Burley,
aged in wood.

1't\ /I

ue. The company of eight artists
der the direction of Carl Kromer.
e program will contain both solos
double quartet selections, all of
h will be sung in German. The
ic is cordially invited.
tronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. j
Bath Salts

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