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THURSDAY, MARCHT 5, 1925

HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREM

LAST TALK TDDAYl
Pre4dent of Rochester Seminary,
To Discuss "Chrisanity
A s A Way To Life"

Figure In Navy Fight

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duties of a university are too many to
thrust upon the responsibility of a
single man. Furthermore, it is really
indispensable to have an executive
of the intellectual life of the univer-
sity in addition to a business presi-
dent."
Allen Bowman, Grad,-"I think the
plan of two executives for the uuiver-

business and the intellectual interests business man. Is it logical to suppose
of the university must be looked after that the practical business man would
and it is not possible for either to be attempt to bleed the legislature of
given its proper proportion if they the state for enormous sums of mon-
are. managed by two separate men. ey to be spent large , the advance-
Two men, each striving for the ad- ment of the classb. d more cul-
vancement of his own branch of ser- tural learning? 'T men, each
vice, could not possibly agree. One independent of the o and having
might be another Meichlejohn-the a distinct goal of his c n, would only
other just an earnest hard-working bring about chaos."

PLAN NEW SERIES

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Conrad H. Moehlman of Rochester,j
N. Y., will deliver the last of a series
of four lectures offered by the School
of Religion this week at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Lane hall auditori-
um.. His subject today is announced
as "Christianity as a Way to Life."
Dr. Moehlman, who is acting pres-
ident of Rochester Theological semi-
nary, has delivered three lectures
previous to the one he will give thisj
afternoon. The whole series covers
the subject of the nature and consti-
tution of religion. In each lecture,
Dr. Moehlman has aproached the sub-
ject from a definite angle such as re-j
ligion as sectarianism or authoritar-
ianism.
The lectures are given under the
auspices of the School of Religion.j
All persons interested are invited toI
attend. Another series by a differentf
speaker will be given the latter part
of this month.
In his approach to the subject of
Christianity this afternoon, Dr. Moehl-
nman is expected to enlarge on the
value and use of religion as a means
and way to the living of a complete
and happy life.
Poor Address
Often Delays
fauly tudent ail
Bushels of mail for students and,
fcultymembers address "Care of the
University of Michigan" without the
I ame of the streets accumulate regu-
larly at the local post office. This
mail is delayed several lays before
the clerks who are already working
several hours overtime, are able to
give it "directory search."
Postmaster A. C. Pack explained
that 30 clerks and as many carriersf
with the aid of nine trucks are unable'
td keep the office clear of the increas-
ing volume of properly addressed
mail, and they have very little time
to spend giving this mail "search." It
is hoped that the force will be en-
larged before another school year be-
gins.
The postmaster explained that all1
first and second class matter must be

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sity is one which should be tried, The
present arrangement derhands a com-
Today's question ,Do you think bination of different qualities which
the university should have two chief can rarely be found in an individual.
executives, a business president and Today a goo( university head should
an intellectual president, in order to
reduce the responsibility required of be a scholar, a business man, a pub-
a single individual? lie speaker, and a man of social ca-
Wher ed pacity. The result is that a man who
Were aske: The general library.can successfully fill, the place is al-
The answers: Vera Johnston, '28, most unobtainable. But a division of
-"The responsibility of the head of a duties according to the plan suggest-
great educational institution such as ed would largely overcome the diffi-
the University of Michigan is a very culty and make the administration of
great one and F think a division of the university more efficient."
the heavy labors of the acting presi- E. 'T. Chang, '26,-"Yes, I do think
dent would be a great improvement. that the university should have two
The management of the building pro- chief executives, in order to carry
gram alone offers sufficient work and out the work more efficiently. Divi-
responsibility for a business presi- sion of labor is carried out at the
dent, while I think we are all well ac- same time. Another advantage of
quainted with the burden the intellsec- having two different ones is a person
tual president must necessarily un- may be expert along business lines
(ertake." and may not be very intellectual.!
Margaret Rachor, '26,-"I think it Therefore, the separate executives are
would be a good thing for the univer- necessary."
city to have two chief executives. The Lawrence C. Hyman, '27,-"The
BUTTERCUP CEESE
Half-Pound Packages
PIMENTO OR SWISS

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A storm of criticism is resounding around Rear Admiral William S.
Sims, retired, as a result of his state ments regarding the ability of the
navy to defend the United ;States fro m the attack of a foreign power. He
says the airplane has made the battl eship obsolete. Four figures in the air-
craft-battleship controversy now raging in Washington are seen at the
probe. Above: John W. Weeks, (left), secretary of war, and Rep. Randolph
Perkins. of New Jersey. Below: Admiral Sims (left), and Theodore Rob-

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inson, assistant secretary of navy.
given "directory search" before it can
be returned to the sender, ror the of-
fice may hold it until the sender upon
notification forwards the complete ad-
dress. Third class matter which is
improperly addressed may be return-
ed to the sender as soon as it arrives.
Thousands of advertising letters and
circulars have been treated in this
way recently by the office.
The University in cooperation with
the postal officials has taken over the
task of "searching" this mail and re-
addressing it to relieve the jam at
the office, and make possible the least

10 hours of clerical work to "search"
this mail which was sent to the Uni-
versity offices yesterday.
Letters which are delivered to the
University can not be returned to the
post office for delivery. Mail for
miemlbers of the faculty will be dis-
tributed by the University messengers.
Other mail will be listed in the Daily
Officialibulletin beginning this morn-
ing, and may be received by calling
at the Secretary's office. These lists
will be printed only once. If the mail
is not called for within five days af-
ter publication it will be returned to

Big Line. of National Biscuit Cookies
COLLEGE GROCERY

516 E. William

Open Evenings

delay in deliveries.

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OGUT OF BUSINES
THE RULE-CONLIN COMPANY
Will announce next week a closing out sale of its
entire stock including Hart Schaffner & Marx new
spring suits at
HALF PRICE

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ONE-THIRD OFF

ONE-QUARTER OFF

Fraternity men may make advance selections

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March
bcefore the public is invited in,

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