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OCTODE 1 19, ID24

~~CTGBER 19, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY''__ AG tlE

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FACULTY OPPOSES
SCHOOLMEASURE
FAVOR PRESENT SYSTF

Professor Favors 'DAMISPOTS END TO
3THIRD CHICAUD VIbIT

I ence in the Bohemian qua r1terz';the
aecnd before a Jewish gaithernin,, ;rn.
t~he third before an audience of iia
people.
',Vithout t aking int o comsklerat itn

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Several faclty mienzers of the Un- -
iver siy are, jlpdscdito theproed
aine.l! :dnait. to -the Ftate constitution...
which has for its aimn the abol ion of
llcrdiv tea a rdct kschools, c
cordsngto arc nuiry whih wa
mdeC. onl the c('Ipus. 'i'hbey lave .
porinted out some of the delfcts of the
proposed' measure..
"My strong interest in the urltimate,
welfare of the public schools, if not-j
ing else, would lead men to vot% against
the proposed. amendment to the state"
nstitution," said W. R. lluniphreys.
assistant deani of the literary school.
~ost of miy. experience as a strlent! \il'iaini -"xl.iosal, proessor in
dall my experience as a teacher) It 'i 51 i v S,?' .,t.idxa'£rp thl n2)-
Sbeen in the public school system. 3ifdrlo 2. i lj '1,ri t td o
sehave found no reason to prefer pri- p:e;iec v o very eid the-:y
~4eto public schools. But if pl!u "tSLIV t dire& r r i n , e
:ischools were given a legailnon - UaO d yi t ,02; t !'b6rr°,us sisto tax
.poly, they would 'lose, not gain, 1y' ii' h <<
e change." K
Prof. 1+J C. Goodard, of the haw
'1rgl' hoof favors the liberty of the Amr- i H I g ia itznan orta rao d IM SL
rogyopposed to any-such amen- fllIq1lB
dent. Children should be placed inIJLBrr
hools with proper standards, butjeii$$U!!Cl
~rents should be free to elect among
chi schools for their children, he be- i r espoane to repeated complaints
yes. i from faculty ad students alie con-
"I Ala entirely opposed to ths fcniIg toe faulty acoustic qualities
°endment not only upon net;fr
rounds but on educational grou,''ii nteIe tri
" id Dean lHugh Cabot, of the Mied! (X ll(S oi biddint. 1r. .J. F. Sheard,
phool. "The business of the state ntso ps 3o' f buildig pans, y.tI"
.kfucation appears to mre to lie in pro-d (in~fted out 'that the situa ion isC
ding educational opportunities so rot peculiar to the new literary build
mat no child may be denied themi, bit' l"", but h!as been true of almost all antbigmsl obleetta te n'snybidnscstecm
'is the business of the state to pre- lns.
N gbe in detail methods of educatonj "In none of the clasroms on the
dC to forbid the individual from mae- c(Otinuil,'' ho pontdd out, "e~ceptingI
g his own selection." those in <dpeial departments, has1
Prof. R. S. lHawley, of the mxedanr- tiem ewer b)on any atteipt made
a e g n ei g d p r m n , r g r s t w r s tt rnr h ac u te no proposed am endment as a vicious, time l owever, when pictures are
cce of legislation if it should ass. hung; and other adjustemets areI
eo amendment strikes directly t the made, the (lficulties will disappear,"'
at of the home, upon which thejDr. Shcpad said.
fety of our civilization depends, ac*.- Scvera Dos in the new buid-
'ding to Professor Mariley m V.ere chararterized by professors
~ "I believe the school amendment ~o: as 'sJiniilr to s ashells. All te ac-
a fair specimen of the intolerancet iity !i t~e room and from the out-
owing itself in all prarts of the coup 1 sine 'ord is magnified until it re-+
. This intolerance, ust e over-! s~id)cr S la nmffled roar, and it it al-
no if we are to retain any of ur most imps ss~ibl for stdents sitting
n ry liberties," said Pro . E. .U the re it t he,r lectures."
urns, of the Romance Languagc e-do-
"rtmednt. ITrrce Garden
- YH I seling Studo
. y C~lien I) I\s , !10}a m, to 10 p.
ENGI U E rU F MLY ,C os dn dmforchildren and
- a1641t,. (lass eey Monday adi
-ourri;, Oct. 18--A air~x r y 2. , fI lzr:(ay.
pinion, is crrtcizing the Ieaue ?f 1isvjtc r n ec-=ou lss. $5.00.
Lions for the high salaries it pay-, ?., ?tuo -l Ph~ l one 2111
emcrploycs. it cites the yearlIV i ----- .
h d o h e ia dreo f 112ague, 51,709 Swiss francs ($10200), I _ . ._ ..,...._...._.
d hsks wh y he shol d reeve a' / * l E.5QI A.- '1 "2Tlm PU.
ruts in adtiou. Si:: thcnsand ttire .'
n r do l - r i y e r t , ! , 1 " 1.1 ta ry a ls o is c ite d b y tl is p 'rie r ,'' ' - - ''I
are 149,000 spent in 19x~ in eu=- I
tainiing; $190,000 in tncin r- T-:,uuisTiku
oec;$400,000 in ,precading ifo:
~ag iix$.0aBo rticn abroad. and$',30,000 in print-- i 2.0a 3u D~c
t anlations lt 1E. .d rcc~-
T ie . c . he article m akes- a special po int cf
efavct that wile the United .,t1:3-5:3
?not a Iiembr, and ao provides
' thin towvars t he cost of rue ri jg -I
eague, thre are no les than 1
ericmeansidrawing salaries is.mm-
x-., of the scretariat. Ortrcl\i'ci l rga
T Yor I was recivA~ by the Ann Ar -,YH A
Ir police shortly after noon yetei -
' y that the pingport, Mich., bank'ILAN4N
d been robbied of $6,000 by far e
Med mv. Topic

______ the effect of Mr. Davis' twvo day
jChicago, Oct. 18.-(By A .P.) -Sound- in Chicago on tlhe presidend~-J<allca-
big again his position on the questions W'!. n in Illinoi0s, stake and local lead-
of religious libcrty and personal ers of the party made no Secret of'
rights, and eulogizing Wbod'row Wil- I their feeling that hie had (lone m11,10
son for championing the cause of selff to soidify and stimulate the (Co",!;
determination in behalf of smaller county Peniocratic setion.
nations, John W. Davis,t Democrati' It was principally for that purpos.e
presidential nominece,' tonight co tolud-; that; Mr. Davis came into Chicago at,
ed his third campaign visit to Chica- the request; of (<irorgsnE.K rennan,
go and started southward'to Last St. Democratic nationAr>l c, ?.rinittecmz~an
Louis, Illinois, a~id St. 'lotlis, t'M4is- for Illinois, -and in the facen of ob1Ja-
soun. .jcctions on the part of somc of ii;
Mr. Davis rushed through his last political adlvisors.
few hours here makting tlhreoe specches'i
in as many' sectirns of the, city to- Michigan started her footfaail care(}r
night. The first wias before and an-- in 1878 against 11:.i in, %winning 72
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