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SAD" U, NVIMER 22, 1924
R~CHADDRSSES YostO'Brien FBINSUET'
AtIHorne Todayg
1PHI 0DELTA APAON' To YCI l~HOLDD AUEIde
Tals on "eThe Gifted Child;" Subject etr of inztercolleiate athlei t.;, Wl ~ (h ie
Based on IEducational from Thcrinrs J. O'Brien, Aseiaf of at Slceoin
Research Iice, have been1 issued to the effct that Ifliiw
r ~all r eidents of Ann Arbor, and1 taose
HONOR NINE INITIATES holding9 athl i coupon booI~l l b ea"vCe XPECT 260f To ATTEND
1' ( ~th ir ctrs at 1hne (uring t1r,1 Jz e Ca
~r.0. . Rch f te uivesit ofthis Merl~ionf. lParking pace is lira-' ili'p ; rc'd n--aioa
Iowga facultyspklatngtomr- ited "around the vicinity of Ferry fie d 1ld l ' llb ai itra oa
b e r g a n d i n i t i a t e s o f t h e A n n A r b o r i t i on e u , n h u y w y j r q c i l- i c d i c t W d e d
chaper f Pi Deta app, naionl athat traffic can be handled efliiciently n tt, whca> t 6 o'ciuOCh, il the Un- i
chapter o Phi Dela Kappa, ational sfto keepthetadeaent; treeMiclegan
honorary fraternity, at the annualg of cars. l' tdnso Ichg
ini1aton anqethel attheUnin, Sixty uniformed police will regulat w ill ; he (lirrnflr uets of the two
Dr. 'Ruch's address was based upon tafctdy i ssae y Chzif i'rtn associ tions. l,
research work which he has been do- O'ren h lclfoclhs~it itat ons hav e ben sent to a
ing with Prof. L. M. Terman, l'uiest, n hc sof Stan- icesdt 5ofcrte~t~e~tefrinsue~s eea ebr
fod uiest, a~ hc sfunda- O f fsedg 25 o calthe rstate reeconstabula 'ry, s of eth efaculty, and so me t wnspopl
mental to educational experiment anand 10tafcoicrarhrero who have etertained foreign stu-
invstiaton n he ied o cIpy Toledo Police officers stato that, all dents in their hoes. The committee,q
hooyHisujcwa"Teife stetwhrpakn sphiitedof which Albert oeriner, '26, and
Child. hssbetwa TeGfedsreswer akn s ~ouie eryl Schafer, '25, are joint char
Chid."will be lanly marked. It is predict-
"Factors 'leading' the child to in- ed that no serious traffic Janis will men, expects the reservations for 200
terest and effort 'may be classed as occur if all -citiens leave the avail-i to be filed. The committee include
native and motivated,"'said Dr. Ruch,i able streets for visiting cars. Knox Alitchell, adviser to foreign stu-1
"'and there is a widespread opinion _________1___ dents, Calton F. Wecls of the rhetoric
that such miotivation is too little un -idepartment, Rlensis Likert, president
derstood by school men. Prerequisite Mm forial BenchI of the Cosmopolitan club, and the
to that study, which' is certain to G v nN w St secretaries of the S. C. A. and Y. W.
prove 'both interesting and valuable, {G v nNe ieC A. t i fth vnngi Jt
is the understanding of basic char- Atrletngfr2Tyasheo e toapic u h rren ser i ,
acteristica. of the child. We must' fe etn;Pi 3yasbfr'ntoa i urns"Teewl
knowfirs wht wehav to ealold Ulniversity -hall, the senior bench e speakers representing South Am-
nwit bfirt wh'attawe haeptobdeal of Stonle which was the gift of the erica, the phillipines, France, Japan,
waithfbeforeeltacyhepobe classes of 1901, has been' moved. It tChina, and India.
saifcoiy"is now at the north end of the new Professor Blanchard, of the philos'
Dr.Ruc noed hatsuprsttios fLiterary building, near the Law school. ophy department, will speak for thIO
have grown up concerning abnormal- I____________ auty Pn n aae aebe
dteo intellect in children probably Buenos Ars Nov. 21.nSi n abien ,agod to 'dJay, anoresa s
depending in large part Upon Loin- (rnt aoe heBiihIda ee rcrd n l~ca ntuet
daahTgrte rishbrosa's work published in 190 in } i ad oclsoos ilasobĀ°o h
Itay. Thetedeny hs .ben t re. po et, is seriously ill here and has I ladvc3 oo wl lob i h
Batal."hetedeny aobent r-been forced to cancel hiis lecture tour. programr.
physically, mentally, and morally.
Recently there has been a counter-
movement grounded upon study whichf
will ultimately overcome flase im-
pressions."
Dr. Ruch was granted his (doctor'sI";
degree from Leland Stanford in 1922.
He is the author of several published;j
standard educational tests, including
some on biology and music, and heA U'F1 f T C N OE N-P P-
has recently co-operated wtih Prof.
Terman in the, revision of intell- .-^I\ _
gence tests which have been much_,
useft in the schools during thie past L S I E O I H
few 'years. At present Dr. Ruch is, A U T MTIi
professor of educational psychology?
in the school of education at Iowa: All Seats, 35c f 2:00-3:30-7:00-8:301
he is himself a member of Phi Delta11
Kappa nine initiates entertained last I Itie Empress of Elemental
night by the local chapter were: Prof. JTnotiOns -
C.C-Fis ed o h nl opartment, Prof. 0. W. Stephenson, TI
department, andr M. L. Byrn, of theIK
indus'trial arts department, from the
gradute school,1.. C.Carson,. F.;,
Watt, .and G. H. Williamrs; ,and from
the senior class of the School of Educh-5I
cation, F. M. Cooke, and L. R. Silver- fi2
nale;; W., 0. Shriner, grad., acted asI
toiisnaster. D f
INDIllina Clamorouis 1
0..11 ITS MmEHFS I ''A r

THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

parr To Address
Educational Club
Prof. W. L. Carr, head of the Latin
epartment of the University high
chool, will address the Men's Ed-
cational club at 7:45 Monday night
zroom 304 of the Union on the sub-
ct, "Methods of 'Educational R~e-
Oarch Applied to the Teaching of
din."
Previous to hiis coming here, Mr.
'r was engaged for more than two

years in a nation-wide investigation1
on the teaching of Latin carried ont
under the direction of the American
Classical league, which furnished a
sum of $110,000 for the work. To-
gether with Mr. Mason Gray, of Roch-
ester, N. Y., Mr. CIarr has prepared
for publication a five volume wor~k
covering the investigations and e2xper-
imvents; the first volume is ready now
for the press.3

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liE CHURCH OF CHRIST
1 iv Church Cor.- 11111 anid Tappan.
1ALLE~ A iNBY, (Acting Pastor)
Sunday,' Nov'. 9th
9 : 0 A. II.-Bible School.
3:30 A. M. Topic of sermon, by
Mr. Canby, "The Christhian's
GAreat StottsFace."
2:00 MW. Student Class taught by
Prof. Trout.
G:.0 P. M. Miss Harris of Indi-
anapolis will address, young
people.

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TRINITY ENGLSH
LUTHERAN CHURCH.
ifth i-e. and William St

Rev. L~. F. GAUTNDERXA N, Minister.

9:30 A. M.-Bible School.

ZIOQN LUTIH ERAN
Wasington St., and Fifth Ave.
EC.YST ELL1{ RN, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-B~ide Study hour.
10:30 A. M. A harvest home ser-
vice. The paistor's sermon sub-
Ject will be "The Perp;.exity
Caused by I'ios1)rnlty."
5:30 to 7:30 P. M.-Student For-
umn. Following the social hour
Gerald Dykstr'a will lead in
discussing "What shall the
Church D~o About War?1"

ST, PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Thid and West Huron Streets
CARL A. BRAIJER, Pastor
9:30 A. M.--Sermon, C erman,
'10:'210,A. M.-Students' Bible U<<_ s
The Mixed Chorust.nd.; chiii!
of Rev. Hf. A. B'i'au<r;cogrega-?
tion of Detroit will b~e heuests
of tile Studnt lu: 3P.Al.R
ception ai ariag,'.rofct
and acinl us
5:30 P. AL aqe.atproae
8:00 P. Ml, Sacred Concet at'
high School Auditorium. Ad-
mission free.
Every Student Welcome!

10:30 A. M.-The service. Sermon,
"WVhose Image and Superscrlp.
iour'
5:30 P. M. Student Supper and
Fellowship Hour, in Parish
ia1l
6:30 P. M. Forum Meeting. Sub-
ject, "What Shall the Church
D~o About Warl" Leader, Ger-
ald IDykstra,{ '27.

7:30 P. M. Evening service, ser-1
Ilon, "Sins of the Tongue."

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.,
Huron Street, Between State and Division
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister.
HO0WARD It. CNAPMAN, Minister of University Stuident
10:30-Worship and Sermon. Mr. Sayles will preach on:
"A LOST' ART"
12:00-Trhe Church Bible School in Church rooms. Dr. Bunting in charge.
12:00-University classes; conducted by Mr. Chapman and Dr. Waterman
meet in the Guild House.
6:30-B. Y. P. U. in the Church.
5:30 to 6:30-Friendship Hour in the Guild Douse. All students welcome.

FIRST, MET HODJST CHURCH,
Corner AS,.'State and F. Wasi ngton St.
- IEVA ARITlJI11'. STX'LRE 11, D. D., .Minister.
RE, V . YSCOTT WESTiERMNAN, Associate Ministeir
teT. 1Donald Timierman Ellen W. Moore
Pilrectors of Student Activities
!10:30,A. M.-ator's Subject: "The Judgment"
12-12:45-Student Bible Classes at Wesley Hall. Dr. Stalked, Mr. HI. C.
Coffman, Mr. G. D. Westerman, Miss Moore and Mr. Timer-
man, teachers." Mr. Beryl K. -Wright, Superintendent.
6:00-7:00 P. M.--Guild Meeting: Homer Strong will lead on the subject:
"Christianity and War.";
7:00-7:30 P. M.-Open~ House at Woesley Hall. Light Lunch will be
l served.
7:30 P. M.-,Evening Worship-Subject, "The Bargainers."

6 :30}-Devotional Meeting of students. "Why Should Ainerleain Students,
Re Thankful Z" The leader will be Miss Augusta Knapp.

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UNITARIAN CHURCH

State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Mi1nister,

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At 10: 30

ABO LSHLIW THE CREATOR
The first of a short series of sermons on
RECONSTRUCTION IN RELIGION
Music by male Quartette

CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
119ENRY LEWTIS, Rector.
I $ACIE~L HAS-ILAND, Secretary for Student W!ork.
Sunday, November 18th. Twenty-second Sunday after. Trinity.
8:00 A. M.--Haoly Communion.
9:30 A. M,:-Barn service for the church school at the Church.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and sermon by the Rector.
0:00 P. M.- Student service and super. Discussion. Topic, The
Problem. Led br Albert Sawye tr.
Thanksgiving pay. 10 :00 A,. M. Communion service and address.

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At, 6:30

Mr. Perry Hayden speaks on
The Student Goes Hunting for a Church

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
HERBERT A. JUMP, 31inister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, University iPastor.
LUCY RUBER, Secretary for Women Students.

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FIRST ,PRESBYTERIAN CLURGC1
Huron at Divisjon
REV. MERLE It. ANDERSON, D. D. Minister.
LEWIS C. RED3IANN '16, Sec'y Iten Studients
DIRS. NELLIE B. CALDWETLL, Scey Women Studernts.
9:30--Intermediate Sunday School.

10:45--Service of 'Worship. Chorus Choir. Sermon by Mr. Jump
"TIHE G3REAT WORD OF CHRISTIAMITY"I

10:45-Morning Worship. Sermnon on "In Debt--:nd Y.reed of It!,"

U:04-Young People's Discussion Classes..

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12:00-Young People's Discussion Classes.

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