SUNDAY11, :MARCH,'-I1, 192'
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PA CF.T I l TI
( 2siti n 1r 92>Summer
Is Oersted Target
' sive absences on the student's work. the Chamber of Commerce Inn. Mr.I General College extension for the
The student will get fairer treatment Maedtenburn's subject will be "Some ofSte college of Washingto., will be
from the instructor with whom hie. has th uprssi theAuo tieBs principal speaker at the Kiwanis
a oepersonal contact that at the club luncheon, Monday noon, March
(lean's office." ines li e will p~oint out some of the 12, in the Chamber of Commerce Inn,
aslpect s of thelieutonmobile business____________-___-
which are not generally known and j er'wick, Pa., LFeb. 28. -The fttern,
hihconcern Ann Arbor citizens in1 storage shop of the AEmeitican Cari a ndl
F LI IIgEL U fl paricuhn% i.Te musical program will Fudywa etoydb irjiha
n it iis r nnei r r. he furn1ished by members of the assoc-; -
1 AS11 ':Iiv ALL S('IIEV-111
4 P. N. )c
Kappa Delta vs. Alpha
5. P. Nf.--Alpha Epsilon .Phi vs.
Alpha FEpsilon Iot,,.
I lelen Newberry N.. lxpha
4.1,5 1'. M.--Juniors vY. nirs
PnIluuen vs. so7ho-
REGISTER ON JUNE 19 Yod t3...'.' (\ jnet loll: Io you think the w
Ad (il1nmisira lve bad , by passing rle icg
landcapedesin curse whxIr z:?. new absence rle, has Ilaced too uch to,
wlandscapfeedein he rmses;vii cli * lo wel'in thle h1uns othe instruct- 1)(I of
will be tuh oIe di i ui -'Y(f
by roesorAureios ? he he
xviii be m a 'i 1 . . l ii P rof ors An bicy I X'ener a'L ^! : T hc L ibrary.-
i Tlw :!nswm(,rs * 1+ Marie aphamr,;
(c u rses wx'ill be off ered-" ~ieeta fasueti
Profossor Tea 1(1 will1 leachiithe in- x2,i-Iilc hti .sueti
t rod fl(toy c orses, "'Jil roduetctrionsto ;.ole to heelp u p withi the classlay do-
thle St n iy of landscapie Des igin" ti~tl ding reerence recaing on Ihe topic, he
"Ciic 11"°co~nint nd ityPir- old inot e given an 'E'in any
rai~.'' 'roc,.ss(, WI'hiitenore xx ill iis n LC~iito o ayab-
~~~~~~~c yecw ~si 'mc'''ae ~~o' (5 . If u h oinstructor ayknows his
Ea ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7 (i 11 I'(:l se il ieI ocnspesoay, h, is better fi-
1i~i isol P('I~'tedt t judge if the student is able to
'ihe urnnr 5O5i01 liiis V~i T U 1e ep in) with tie a verage in the class.''
beh 'lrtmA , -,ansth, Scar will1. lkin, '27.-"-I think that tie i-!
iiil .fh"st ructor has too much power in be-
term :11(1 W lb hat s (ii~iin Icblae to, ive the student an "T]"'
"except ionall y strung pro;ran'' ar - in the corse for a great numiber of
ranged, enrollment is expreted to si 1- j absences. If a student is capable of
pass all previous marks. I lu e::clnnlcnt ioc irgare ex- doing his work satisfactorily, he
('ureswllbeoleedi al"e peted to 1e st aited aganst M.1W. should not. ae his grae lowered for
lartnlents of the Unversity. Regis-l asences."
I ia iont will begin in all schools ex_ . Tr fP abovec) who succeeded Jack C hlleTid 2E.'NId
cept. law, June 19. Registration in t he 11W ltOil85goror of (i;ah:rma when I not think that these new absence
Law school will bee received June 12 li lattrier w as ipaced. The Man, rules will place too muchi power inj
and 1. On the same late, work wili tv lich t a nx< 'ed tWlto's removal, is the hands of the instructors. The in-
begin at the Camn for Geology and !delaed o e ack Ithefastmov structors have a better chance of
Gieography- gis rpwlc a ae h knowing. They should be better able
August 14 will marks the close of t o judge how often a student could
work in all colleges and (epartnments, Ifo r a. iel Tvet governforfayrepieve 11miss a class without falling behind
andl at the Summer campls. 'The Inli all . leoiiit. 'i oeno asi' in his class work.
term will end August 27.lapt. E. Rubenstien, '26D,-"I believe that
the instructor comning into intimate
1 ,64 students5 are iiig (oolll'5in i conact xith the student is best fitted
Education School ('educat ion as against 24 lbefoe Fl-I to judge xwhether an excuse for ab-
En oln'en G oisruai. his numnber (le ot inlude sene should be given or not. Con-
studntsfro th litrar coleg. tied absence inicates ' lack of in-
-- - - teest ad is it then not far better]
Enrollment figures of the School of! Washington, Feb. 28.-A hill to ex-,for the student to drop the course,
'dli( dion for the sec(ond1 soeer re- tend for another three years the time voluntarily or otherwise ?"
Gently submitted to the reg istrar show Jdring which nedals of honor can be1 A. A. Arthur, '26,-"My personal
an increase of 16 per cent over those awarded for valor in the World- war opinion is that the instructor is bet-
of the fall. As the records stand now, was passed1 yesterday by the Iouse. ter fitted to judge the effect of exce-
"PA 0P E RE YU"rHAdaptt
ALICE CALHOUN, CULLEN LANDIS,
ALLAN FOREST, BEN ALEXANDER,
GRIPP IGV Biggest ]Fire Scenes
First IPresenta ~t 1ion inn Arbor
THE WUERTH ORCHESTRA
I lPlay "THIE -MASKED 1BALL"
"TANCRED OVERTURE" Also fot011 ulsOpr
('ontilmou' H A L ROACH Adiso1
I PATRONIZE DAILY ADVEIITISERS
UN AUIu bUHIHISLSe'
D. Edenburn, manager ot the
ian Automotive 'tradle associ.-
s to lie the speaker at 1 he ('ham-
fCommerce luncheon which xwill
1( 'ruesdiay noon, Marcih8 in
. .... . ............. . ......
OUR (GOOD) WILL, LIBERAL SUPPORZT ANID HEARTCY CO-OPERATION HIAS
Y IWED~l I' S TO IREACHIIANOTimit -M)ILESTONE-TIIIS IME I~OUR 16TJI
WE ('AN CONC'EIVE NO BETTER WAY OF SHIOWINfG OUR APPRECIATION
'HAN BY OFFERING TrO YOU-IN A SPI~tUT OF RECIPItOCITY-IHAT!
IVE PERSONALLY CONSIDER AN UTNUSUALLY GOOD1 ALL AROUTND)
r 1' .
ON rTHESTAG4E F \
THlE COSTLIEST ACT EVER BOOKED!
The Unique Novelty
iat ion, feat urig original songs pre-
pared especially for t1his occasion.
Th is pirogam is being sponsored by
the Ann Arbor Aut omobi le Dealers'
association for the coming auto show,
lie piroceeds of which will be turned
ove r to thei (nIiveis ity Band.
S Dr. Frank F. Naldler, (irector of
LILLIPUTIAN PEOPLE 01
Manuglig from 9 to 4 Yeairs o g
Staidin frown t acbes to 41 Immlies rTali
estjiatedl loss of $750,000.
IWashington, Feb. 28.--c( otton sto(.ks
held in Newv York will be reelassiie1
by Department: of Agricultuiral ex-
'rhle jidlgetls Appear~
Caone fietore 12O'clock
Mid V ou're Sure14'(if
the Rest; Seals
s# ling, Boxing
iON THlE SC'REENj
Thre Host IThrilling Mrystery that
Ever Came Dowrn the ike
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