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PAGE TWO TIf~iY ACT1,12

TH' MICHIGAN DAILY

TIPIRSDA , Vx RCT-3 12, 1925

CARRITT SCORES I
AUTHR'SCKHG[!
DJCFF."-1DS UN VER.SITIES
x~. I 1 , 220-11 Yester~day

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"TELEPHONWE"--INA UG URAL PHO TOS

IOptional Attendance Mady Weed "Out South America, and just as the Euro-
Beansystm ismost practical fort that
j ~Undeserving Students, Says Whitney continent, so will the plan which
meets the needs of the Udnited Sfates
t be) the (Tre which will eventually be
IOptional attenil2anee at classes anda college course, as the, incentive and' adopted. r
lectures, as adopted by Olivet college, urglig iven by the present systenm "Interest will be great, becau~se the

c, le Ag,'' concerini g
~ 1211 21 0 A 82 : 2(I u1(i01'Zrtl1 t(2
c 2:tio Va- iabusil'e and tool-r'
a.2.TIi(V i iSy t0 criticise", 're-
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io1) AMarl'', al)lbarelL
y 3- f 'I a t' ; i at the litt ('." ;::;-' .Y.:>
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t "J 2 ~ in 2' 1 I102) lu)g Sta3ida isIS F ::"
ho tI'PsIloI1o :411:',t iie reason2 ,1')
tiTa. i e(oiliii3FI);, g i vanI-)a Oxfoad,{
#I t)e~so ('l i ~ Itl I ii- ; 1'V. a:?
t?#;' 11, (11t .iI '';1C112 lY il the l122-
he '~~l!'l ;sli Cannoit: cohrel
fiuinnIle to tl i )of"laI in 11e l
1 t1I'etl, 1li 11 :..ii oo U fa r, nd 1t t''1tl :lOt'i I
o 'a in e xvth h:nt (>}er any cosu-
I): hih12 h ,it cal(Iltoted21 at
( t, int ili no1 t well rd. A hay~tn
lits towo1(1 :i o ffr an oporuit
b; l1 o 11,01'11120 lss iplatmed t
Ioi t 'jiif~l 1 #cI ;rti'J Wh o LU~leflat 5: ::.<>':
Joh1 nsive o~lis frtudy. za(estd o
vxleonemateri'allystimprove nthe Aondi-
WO tl~t iit'tJiel~, a d one neve Con-I £ .-. .................. ...
t vaneunt t1, therStUl Stdent'
*);y ( 11 lo lesswo O~l IC, wlit i'
they 1'illul, ,0 )Ul, aiti ever itr- 1' : ".;
tei 7 ( d ) nIe I 1,: otC''e."s ot liolasti-%;i~i
f l"I ret d al:.

will be an intteresting; experimient, in1,
the opinion of B~ean A. S. Whitney of
the Sch1o00 of Education. "The plan
amay solve the problem of the present
over-crowded conditionl in American
universities by wveeing out those who
are not really deserving of a college
educatioia, and by making tile securinga
of an education a matter of the sur-
4vival of the fittest," Dean Whitney
said.
!"No doubt many who now receive
degrees will tlrop) out duringt theirj
PASTOR ANUNE
'TOPICFOR SUNR-0AY
I r. l~tia s, it:, Puivce's11:y er'l hr, Ilo
aL' .k on "lathfule,:tic(f,
SE CUR SPECIARL MUSIC
Announcementlhas bee11nma(de lby
Dr. Lloyd C. Dou'-las, pastor of tile
I+irst Congregational ch~urch of Akron:,
Olhio, of his chloice of a tonic for the.
address which he will give Sunday at
tihe University service in 11111 audl-
t orioni. Dr. Douigles will speak up1o0n
"The Mathematics of Djivine Expecta-
tion.",
Special''1musicw:vill be furnished for
the service iby an arrangement made(1
by the Student Christian association
to ibring a male chorus of mote than
100 voices from Jackson. The men-
b~ers of this organization are dlrawvnI
from all vocations and walks of life.1
Several special numbers are being
planned and tihe chorus will lead the
Contgregational singing as wvell
Dr. Douglas is well known in Ann
Arbor. H-e was p~astor of the Congre-
gational church here from 1915 to0
1921. While here he published "Want-
edl a Congregation," which- came from epesi 91 rvost h
sik $ ears which 11e spent in this city,
Dr. Douglas was director of religious
?work at tile University of Illinois for
fou~r years.
The University service will b)egin atl
7:20' o'clock Sunday nlighlt. All ar-
ran gements for thle service are under
the ausmees ,,of the Student Christian

would 1e irelacedl by 0110 in which the e
endeavor vould be made to push1 the
unusually cap~able §tldents to tihe a
top," conitiinuedl Dean Whitney.
"This system is substantially that
whlich is carried out in the German
edlucational organization," lice explainl-
ed. "In. Germany the secondaryI
schools are m~ore difficult, and when a
person graduates fromn what corres-
ponds to our high schools, lie has tihe
preparation of a junior in an Amineri-
can university.
_j"After entering a university, tihe
German student is responsible for!
getting what lie can out of thle iuisti;i u-
tion. Attendance at lectures is left
up to hint, and a 'take- it or leave it'
at titude is ,held by the facuilties. At
the colrlet ion of his course85, the sit
dent is nut through a rigorous foni'
hiour - 0r:11 examination, whichl is iisc(i
a long with a thesis dare eared biy 1121
(o deinino11 11 whet her he shall rceei ye
a degree. Thie only tegre glvcliill
th t of Ph.D."
lBean Whit nev reused to 1hi51(11(1
eitherr success or iaiitie for ite (Olivet'
.iattellft, Stating thlat 11e believed 111
tic~seiystcmns wilicIi glOw up )to meeot
the zileets of a country are always
b)est. "If thtgis 5tihe nat ural ouit-
= i owth of the nixed of, this counitry
of limiiting the size of its institutions,
the plans will possibly be successful,"
be remlarked.
"However, just as the South Aller-
!can plan of ediucation is best for

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IStates,;" added01 Dean Whitney.

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wouldI be lacking. The present plan' experimient will be one wvhich will test
in wyhich- the aim is to give in educa- 3ie e uoenintttosmyb
ti~fl to a. large number of persons introtduced sucessC5fully into tihe Unit-

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Protes yrorCa riitt further took (ex- 1 :<% :5so2 -x:>:..lK-:- - ':..:.4.50n$
ceintedIt Mr. Marksw in a ceie recent These photos of the inaugurationceremonies were "telephoned" from a .!xii , ,all , ,l~t~~uIlIIvIhh~lll~~llIuiw
speech: "r don't tink tleat theO lpiesent Washington to New York, Chicago, and San Francisco simnultanieouly witi-
;veneration is heacled for the rocks, in a short time after they were taken. Note the remar)kably clear detail W, <
but it has r'ottenm ~anners, if you call tile copies received in Chicago. Upper pictumre shows Chief Justice Talft~ h iugSoeBatfl
111013 manniers~."' Professor C'arritt ex of tihe United States Supremne Court atl~lilisteri'ig tihe oath of offce to C(al--
pr'essed the I~eief that manner101s have';in Coolidge; tihe lower photo was taken as tihe Pre sident was in the niostI !,
changed, butis 151o0 of the(1 olinion tha~t of his inaugurial address. Mrs. Coolidge andI Senator William Al. Ikiot i. .
they have no(ticealriy (degradetd. chiair'unan of the Republican campaign, can be en001 t the ighit of t (110SR PIS1E M
have never found Ithen) objectionaibie Justice Taft in the upper picture.
in this count ry,", he saidl, and have- u
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# reur esentatives attended during theo taired~ as the guest of honor at a d i;
L + settlemnt of bound~ary disputes. .tiy i nn' given by the griaduate 4t11(iC22,1>'-
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