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PACETWOTI-IW MICHIGAN DAILY

SATU'RDAY, JANUARY 24, 1925

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Pla (n S A ir EXp - e S

~'J~K l~TH7?E
o t~i TO '-P lay Blouse
li tre2et By
Feb. 1, 1926

Heads Commission

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Practil Education Work Will

Be

SER-VE DCifUBI E P{O

Practice teaching anei
tion coorses in edu ation
forded for the first tfre

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^ie~t 'sulprviv>,o (2 (i
t. g esewhere for practical
~mUallopuortunity to dlo
ST!eh vwork her'e.
Prof. Raleigh Schorling, principal of
bW igh ,school, will be assisted by
i-' :Ang r. 0. W. Stephenson, Mr.
F. P. Curtis, Mr. W. L. TCarr, Mr. M.
suimmer- demon ru tiner oi
Fy their in trutction, and co-ordinateE
theory with practice. Posyebology of
method and subject matter can thus
be presented simultaneously. Practi-
cal situations can be met as thev arise
eind be of value to teachers in solv-.
ing future problems.
A morning study hour in the library
is to be a part of the instruction of-;
fered. Classes will close at noon.
pupils being allowed to take not moreI
than three courses. Any pupil who
can be fitted into the courses will be
eligible for work during the summer
session.,
Demonstration classes are alreadyr
a well established part of the system-,
used at Columbia and the Univer,,It- y
of Chicago.
Women Smokersa
Take odaceIn !n
Vassa's Stal1it
If smoking cigarettes can bNo to? e,
as a basis of judgment, Vassar's ca -
pus is in a still mnore degonera tL
state than the Michigan campus. Tab-
ulations indicated that 524 girls assart<
ed that they did not use tobacco while
433 admitted that they indulged occa-
sion ally.t
.A campus vote was taken to ascer-i
tain whether, or not the girls wished
the present rules barring smoking oni
or off the campus to be made more
lenient. The result on this referendum
was 539 in favor of more lenient rulesc
and 278 for continuance of the present
blanket prohibition.l
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

q _ WILL SEAT 1,70
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WoIrk onf he new theater, to lOoe r-
.'c ed by N1. S. Butterfield, owner of
the Majestic and the Arcade theater
in this city, will begin early in the
........ } sring. It is expected to be completed
by Feb. 1, 1926. The building will oc-
cupy the property at the head of
Liberty street facing on State street.
x The new theater will be called either
the Campus or the Capitol.
Designed by John Eberson, of Chic-
lr rago, originator of the so called "sky
ceiling" in the theater, the new show
s 4 house will be modern, and uip to date
in every respect, and will compare
favorably with theaters in the larger
cities. It will seat approximately 1,700
people. There will be one balcony.
The stage is to be so constructed as
'?. i'. 'I_. ow. 0rosident of Amer-I to accommodate the larger vaudeville
~cu "ic';told the con-f shows. Stage fixtures are to in-
, Ir .G rs, o committee that Ilude the latest developments in that'
r'udy at any time to department.
4fc , transportation of , he foremost photoplay product-
F t y airplane or dir- a vaudeville, and stage productions;
.,_ of high caliber will be featured in the
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'Calls Sentiment Only Excuse SET REISTATIN DT
For Isle Of Pines Annexation ! EUAINSHO
That sentiment rat her than polit- a, naval base on the eastern coast; o!
ical or' economic adivantage is they the island of Cu~ba." Registration in the School of Ed-
only plausible excuse for bringing the For sone. reason 01' other, althtli It uc at ion will begin Wednesday mp-rn-_
Isle of Pines under the (direct j- the treaty was never approved lby tll' ing, F'ebruary 4, and1 last until Sat-
diction of the UnitedSedate, si owSla~ the Isle of fines hs 1t< cm urda=v unoon, February 7. Office hours
cidere isal, be from 9 to 12 o'clock and front
being proposed in the Senate, is the cnieelaapart of Cuba c. rc-r 2 to 5 o'clock except Saturday, when
opinion of Prof. Julio (101 Toro, of thne I since that: tide, and has been under.( the office will close at 12.
romance language dlepartmnent, who tllo juri ,diction of the Cuban lprovili-1 New students in the school are to
wa boniIuao Saihprn ciail governmuent, professor (del 'Toro? report at thle office on Monday, F'eb-
agasog h snwa Apeic n ilted1 ut. 1He0Wentl on to state that Imrary t9, all student previously regis-
agealtoug he s nw st Aseri (l uring the whole of this poi ml, Amt-'t<,rd must have completed their el-
citizen. erican citizens living in the small is- ections for the second semester be-
"After the Sntaisn Aicrican wvar land, which is situated just off thje fore that time.
Iwhen thle United States first, took: con- southwestern coast of Cuba, have en- ('Class cards for those students el-
trol of Cuba," explained the professor, j oyed perfect. prosp~erity andl economic recting edlucation courses for which.
"the miatter of the disposition of theI stability under' the Cuban g oernment, m ore than one section has been ana-
Isle of Pine s was to be taken care of "In view of these fact?," he added, nounced are to be obtained by both
in a s?)e'iial real. About two years "'thoeew~ill Probably be a great deal lit,erary and education studejits in
later, stv'h a t reaty was foi-mulated of (iappontnent on the part of the room.106, Tappuin hall, on the days of
between 1Secretary of State John 11,y Cublan peole andl government in j i'egistr'at ion.
and( the Cubitnt amb1assadors. This case the United State. should (1-tide I 11 ore mnaking elections the supple-
treaty _rovidled thlat the Isle of tines 3 to annex thte Isle of Pine, throughI a motary announcements from tho

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should (con~tinue Oto be coisi-('e0(tas
I <l~r ( Of 1(he Ol OVlflQC cifHavana,
as it was under the smi-i1h rule. with
The League of Nations heas design-th unesadn tat he ntd
States Wats to be allowed to maintain
ated Walker D. Hines of New York _____________________
City, one tinge director-general of the-
;United(1States railroad adnilstration, lISSUfE CALL FOR tLISTS
as director of a commission which will (W OF192 J~-HOP (GVST
investigate navigation conditions onl
the Rhino and Danube rivers. The J raternities or organiations
League hopes to revive trahffic en these = having house parties and booths

new tr eaty. As for the matter of: a
naval station, the present one located

Scuool of Edlucation should bel con-
, ttltctd.

at tie eas~i~tern ena orI(Ut iubais weauy L i ,
p laced to guardl the graters about th, 'Buenos Aires, Jan. 23.-"President
Panama canal an(1 couldl hardly be !Coolidge's pronouncement in favor of
bettered by a. similar base on the isle 1 ratifying the Isle of Pines treaty.wvill
of Pines." ('1'(eate a favorable impression thr~ough-
(outI Latin America," La Prenza says
New Yorha, Jan. 23.-'Major fliu t;y editoially.
GMurray Calvert, 95, a. member of Prey-
ident Lincoln's bodyguamrd, died in :Re d te X atAd
Brooklyn.Reth j and

$>heridwums Plays
Score Manners,
Strauss Asserts
"Popularity and presentability to
modern audiences may be assigned as!
Sheridan's chief claim to 'greatness'}
in comnedy writing," said Prof. L. A.
Stranas in commienting yesterday up-
on Clayton Hamilton's. statement that
Sheridan is the author 'of two-thirds
of the great comedy produced since
Shakespeare. "His was the comedy
manners, in which he followed Con-!
greve, and which largely sacrifices
character and plot development to the
wit of the dialogue. Later Farquer
combined all these elements and pre-'
sented comedies more brilliant than
those of either of his two predecess-
ors."
" Sheridan's contribution was not a
anew one. Congreve in his plays had
laughed at the manners of the time,j
somnetinmes siubtly, somnetimes harshly;
at present his comedies are better react
than produced. The very plan of the
stage for which early plays were writ-!
ten makes necessary a few revisions
in most of them, while characteristics
of structure demand others. Howe long
it will be before modern audiences
will accent historical oddities can
only be conjectured, but when such!
diffculties are overcome other play-
wrights will deserve mere tha n equal
honors with Sheridan and will take
them."
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERSj

teermain arter ies of. Germany nfl(IAttu 9..3)aerytue cj-ist of tges-elay tirihu l
GEOLOY SUMMERam CA Pro.F .Kleof the Lati de- 2, norder to gt them iano
ANONE NB IEI~three years he has received the co- DailyfTe icia New Trm eTal ed H t
peainof several architetural stu ; uhlsssol e yert n D slyNow
(dents here in makting a systematicr ten and in alphabetical order ; suyo rhtcueo h nt- adsudcnanbohnm
A bulletin recently issued 1ofacitcue fthynth n aoldcnai othnm
University announces the sixth sea- wet ber. Address the lists to the J-
so ftegeology and geograpjiy -.--- -; fHop Extra Editor of The Mtiichi-
I amrp, annually held in Cumberland gan TDaily. If Wynotbuealbeoepis soar up
river district of Kentucky., ~~Ads; ols r ilb rcie fte i
those intending to engage in geolog- 1 --___-____
ical or geographical work: as a, pro-___________________________
fession; for prospective teachers and Idilitll3 A11~99lilt1111,17E'[,M fM M11III6W 11111111
for' their cultural or practical value. Mi
for~~~~~~Ct thsanerselintesiec p a
C ns i fil gelg ,p yigaflpy, and res-arch work in paleontol
ogy and stratigraphy willb1) offered.
IField coursesd in geogralihy and ire de/"+,.Y" '.9'.s" o °.'x .. ".JJ.1B, ~ r+^!
search work in regional geograph; C U-I-
w ill also be given.°
The camp will omeni June 16. Those-
inTtei ested in the camp may secure VEY-
bulletins at theofftice of Dean lKra - EE RY DA. T
uso, cf the Summer school, or at theL NC
offTc5 of the dir ector of the camp. L NC
'School Director .. -
Visits Ainn Arbor -
I Edgar L. Hewett, director of the -; Forest at Willia'
American school of research at. Santa M
Fe andP n Fu g , as t e! an"l IIlDiego, 11196i51i@i11171M 111a11:1iH11th1 u 1111 IlI11115111 Y
ii FYIna . N dIYA R IRM fif,.:InIaf.MYRMY. Y YR'Y M1i1Y9YMxXV t./lAl. A aOL___________________
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