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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1924

R FELDLEAES Dean Whitney Asser ts StatemyNV BSNERL
Fulfills Educational wl
INER <ENT i E-_ienion of Stafe Athlority Over) Dean Whitney went on to say toa NOW I PER~ O
{mPprA eia oit Schools is Unnecessary lie he dlid not mean that. there would; ---in~ n-Ls
btePprA i ia 4ccyi e ,no frhrdevelop'ment Blt stateul
leetliiInitrtliw nukee before _.___ educational policy; such dleveiopmeniOf tredIts and Honor Points
eprue"Mate responsibility for education is practically a~sured for the future. Is 'Farning
is at. presecnt fulfilled,", Dran A. IUder existing standards, however. __

tle education uf all' children by corn- IE£FO WOK ,U X LSE
potent teachers is pro? vded for, hE OR.O K NVCE
declareS.I_
f"Three state requirements Sub- fstudtents Who desire to be excused
stantial'ly maintain elementary train- frio absences from classes do not have-
iug facilities," Dean Whitney asserted.
to apply to a comimittee as has been
"We have, first, a lawa compelling i('
tendance of all children up to the 1tile case in former years but mnay place
age of 16 years; second, a :state-wide their ex~cuses in the Registrar's Of-
system of certification of teachers, fice in Unlivefsity hall, any time dur-
and finally, State, supervision. W4ith ing ofrice hours.
these it would sem that at. extension It is important that students should
of state control is unnecessary." be certain that their professors and
fThe movement for a public school instructors have them listed with both
system, to be wholly tax-supported, their first name and initial so thatf
dates back in America as far as the when they send in their r'eports the
"Know-Nothing" party; it has been a absence will not be marked against
traditional plank in the platafriis of the wrong, student. In several cases
minority groups several times. there are many students with the Yatma
A few years ago the raeasure made! last namie, and some. with both the
its appearance in Michigan, and al- same first and last names.
though the initiative petition circu- A card is kept for each studenit In
lated then carried a considerable the literary college upon which is ,a
number of names, opposition way lace for every cotuise which the sti-
strong enough to vote the meassureoI (ent is taking, as soon as these cards
down. Since its defeat state stmervis-- show an' appreciable number of ab-
ion and certific'ation. have been e:,- sunces the student is renorted to the
tablished. The. Public School Defense Administrative board as delinquent.j
league has, lately revived the i osue 1In several cases last semester stu-
here. dents were deprived of one or two
{ ome other stales have discussedf hours of both credits and honor paintsI
and voted upon the question of closerj because of their continued absences.'
state supervision . Oregon recently It is not only necessary for the stu-
passed legislation concerning it which dent to file an excuse at the Regis-
is now being tested in the United tear's office, but it is also necessary
I States supreme court, - for hies to account for his ab.sence to
--__________.-_________________-- -the professor and to make up his
l?4,f144d. ~work, otherwise his gradts for that
Fire En in .ists d cay's work is recorded as E.
Ford,2 Inured Local Subscriptions $3.50-payable
While driving east on South Univer--

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Hawley Predicts.
i Can Never.D
"Electricity, with a few exceptions,
has entirely replaced steam for di-
rect driving power," according to
Prof. R. S. Hawley of the mechanical1
engineering department. "However,
electricity can never entirely replace
steam as the two are running mates,
tworking hand in hand."
"Means of operating hydro-elec-
tric generating plants are so few that
steam will always have to be used for
generating purposes. So it is not a
question of replacement but a radi-
cal change, in methods of supplying
power. Conditions are being 'more
carefully analyzed than formerly in
attempting to get the right power, be-
cause of the high price of coal 'and
lIabor."
IIn this respect the large central
station is putting its smaller conmpet-
itor out of business because by quan-
tity production they can produce cur-
rent much cheaper. But it is only the
independent station that is being af-
fectedl for large manufacturing plants
because of quantity used or other
conditions can runr its own tplant
'cheaper than it can buy from the
central station.
jFor example, the automobile plants

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]/ ~ ,generators they can save large sums
L 'of money every' year. 'Then-.again,.
W ~Iork 0jjMfSome of the rsmnaler plants can gecner-
f St~a heapr bcaue ths sateregu-
later, the pr'ice so that these plants
caliot reeeive* special rates. But ,in
In' Detroit, use such a large amount! all these cases steam is used. for the

of power that by operating their own primary power

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SAMPLES
f Permanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOL K& CO.
16 S. State Street
Anu Arbor, HIch.
Designed by
WH'ITE HOUSE & HARDY
BROADWAY AT!40" STREET 144 WEST 42"D STREET
MURrOPOUTrAOPERA HOVus ILWo KNICK~FtROCK81% 1BUIDING
NEW YORK

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Freshmen Start
Gymna4csium Work
Freshman 'gym classes opened ye"-
terday afternoon when Dr. Gorge A.
May of the physical education derpart-
jment assigned standing places anid
gave announcements concerning the
use of Waterman gymnasium, to th'e
three classc- which met.
Dr. May then brought his charges
outside for a short run over the new
cin'&er track.

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"Drop Test"
Fountain Pen

tiecwcnsxak.'IUl ~ui v . i ca.written constitution. sity Sunday, gIran L rLm~ps3ian a
tinned for the leave of absence rin I _________________
President Burton's announcement. - wife were severly injured when a fir:;
engine driven by Dick Arnold crashed
into the left rear' wheel of their Ford
sedan. The fire pumper going south
fon Church had right of way over all
fltI..III front of the oncoming engine, wasLGTO;
11 IN spu sharply around, some of the
__gSE gRDGR P ss broken,an th ocuns
I - stunned andl cut.
Season tickets for . the 1924-192 !Hid;('rowd Ikacks Commnerce Auditor-I Mr. Stimsen was rushed to the St.j
Oratorical association programrr con- iaai t i Set' Game Pictr ed Joeph H-ospital while Mrs. Stunsznn
sisting of eleven numrrbers, the firs~t c 0n Board was taken to the University hospital.
wihich will be this evening,-will be o - She was severly cut about the face but
sale from 1:30 to 5:30 o'clock today ')t ., < T~.S'IAKE IIRf. not fatally injured.
the box office of 1-ill auditor~ium. Thi ! DE T'-'G A E
will be the last afternoon sale of I
these tickets, having been preceded b Detroit alumni as well as ' a nums- VTWes tern College
two others. ' bet of students spending the week-' ir e r -- ~ "
In the future 'those idesiring season end in Detroit were able to witnes s 'Women l mt
tickets may obtain thcem on the niiglit s the Michigan-Illinois game by means
of the various lectvres by applying as of the Detroit aluinni g rid-graph 01)-' ort Collins, Coa., Oct. 20--Fr esh-
the bci: ffice which opea-';)t.7:0"t m,'ei iedi thae Board of _Coz imerce l'man \women.lat fPocky Wountain Ccol-
o'clock.'Single admtis:,ions will be di-- u tru wi'iws-crowd,(ed to lege, not to be outdone by their i'nalei
rated of a'h $t;o 1 an d '' " ose 1 fl for tlcevn.classmates, have shown their spirit by
expecting, to attend l more than thr10' This i., the first year that students ;voting to wear green caps 7 for ili re'- ,
of the lectures will find it more eon:- of tlO IjUniver'sity have co-operated maindelcr of the colletge year.
optical to purchase season tickets thtan with the alunmi in such an unrdertak- Town mnerchtants eagerly ant icipatedi
single admission tickets. ing. Arrangements were made so that' a new source of p"'of it.
the entire project was in the hands _______
Un on Pins Are of students. Mill. rd I-. Pryor, '25,~sgnra aaer eoyI
Still Available-ater sgen2foeramnateger light ii.es
sh wn;t e m v met o h al reshmen may still secure' theirI George. A. Miller, '26, took care of1
Union pins by applying at the record- the switchboard; George A. Douglas,
ing secretary's, office on the third ' 26, was cheerleader; and Donald
floor of the Union. A large number !Chapman, '27, was pianist. i A subjec -T andaPrice to
of pins have been °;lven out but c In spite of the news of the death
number of them are still available foil of his brother, Paul R. Dalberg, .Ut'U
freshmen. It is necessar'y to present ' 26M, received by LeRoy at 1 o'clock,,
a Union membership card and also a. he continued to operate the lightj1
treasurer's receipt. ! showing the miovemient of the ball,
The hours at which pis, may be oh-F his part of the grid-graph presenta-
tained are from 4 o'clock to 6 o'cloch tion of the game. i
any afternoon. -____
___- ? Prof. J. S. Reeves of the political APPLIED ARTS
science department left Friday forI
Freshmen Can Get NewT ,y York, where lie is now attend-';2NcesAad
Bibe At S.c . ing a m-eeting of the board of advisors# MISS SELLMAN
zbles'. C. of the Institute of Politics. He is ex-
l)C~te(l back in Ann Arbor today. - ejmn.Cpa,'5 dtro h
1925-6 Frosh Bible, announces that -_________________________
there are about' two hiundred of this
year's Bibles which may be had at atadlevies-Iflc I r e .Q I) e I i v e r yf
Lanme hall for the cost of printing Fo -2p
them, which i4'thirty cents apiece. All IHot Dog, Corti Beef, hard orsFo -1 .)
freshmen and first year students who x iar mpredSi ioes Cold IDriksl
ha-ve not as yet received a copy will SoB A R NEY'mS fe Sig,
be able to get onie .without charge by Aaplig tthpandeknLne. Cheese, flonzestic Chreese, Kosiier I)ellcatersen
hall. Tonrguie, 'Bologinia, pastronla 10 HAVEN PhlONE :20.5-X
Dean Huigh Cabot of the Medical -_________________________________

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Smart Footwa
For Women
Several new arrivals in new 1aas and leathers' of distinctivC
creation.

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THE SIX
FOOT
DROP TEST
Never before
has any foun-
tain pen been
offered to you
with such a
guarantee, or
with such
proof of won-
derful dura-
bility.
Think of it!
A point that
will stand up
under the
grilling "D~rop
Test."
Hold a "Jew-
el" six feet
from the floor.
Drop it point
down! Bang!
Pick it up and,
write with it
as before. If
the "Jewel"
pen does not
stand up to
this test we
want it back.
Out of 1.00)
tests .we have
'found> an av-

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EVERY "JEWEL".
-~Fountain Pen Point,
made in Cincinnati, by,
The John Holland Gold
'Pen Co., is guaranteed to
give absolute satisfaction
Many Holland'Pens, made
50 years ago, are. still
writing. We have no
hesitancy in offering you
the "Jewel" on the above
terms.
The Gold Band,
Price Clip and
Lever
TeJewel for Women is $4,
including gold band, ring and
lever.
Holland's guaran1e~
makes a "Jewel". pen a
family heirloom. Buy one
-ith .the asg rance that

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The style shown is "Te
Tasker." A pleasing cre-
ation ill dull or patent.
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erage of only )you C" nian PUit onito
,two f au lt y yorsn rdagt.
points. Think ~ o agtr
of that! Buy jewel Pit.aeajs-
a real peni for Ponsaeaist
a real man. able to an ytouch. llveyry
point is tipped with best Tas-
manian Iridium:
Identify the Jewel by the Red Cap and Hol-
,/ land's name on point and barrel.
Y>~'~- 0O Sale at Co-op Stores and other good
dealers. If unable to purchase locally, write
us, giving dealer's name and %ve will see that,
rH~ DROP TEAT you are supplied.
c he HN' HOLLAND GOLD P'EN COX.
Makers of Pons Sincre 18,41
127-1Z9 E. Fourth Street Cincinnati. Ohio ,

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SOL1D AT WAHFR'S BOCOKTIE

Wa h r's S ho6eS tore"'

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108 S. NMaiti

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Special Laundry Service
WEEK END SERVICE that will appeal
everyone. A call will CONVINCE you.

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HAND WORK

M 0 E LAVNDKY

In all our experience, no suit has ever
met with quite the whole hearted favor
that the Cornell has received. From the
day this Society Brand model was offered
to the well dressed man, it was accepted
-everywhere. It's a loose cut, easy,
tailored-looking that almost everybody
likes. This Fall the njew Cornell is ain

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Flowters seem to express
the message whatever the.
occasion may be.

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JUST THE PLACE TO EAT
Ferry Field Lunch I

the thing.
A rich assortment as low
to $65.

as $40 and up

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