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~FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 19 25

TH MICHIGAN DAILY

PAG~E THRlEE

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SHOOLMASTERHS

Seek Oil Chief

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VILL MElii I1LI LU'U.A I IUIILU U N I L
- *,rn i Sate (Conferenc e l lannif or y3 '. s:" ;.;iiW'trlt in N evwRepublic Objects tlo
Apriil; i''acd( 1I3ti uiber 4on "1'mploye" as Definition of
°r Iea1;,ITr,, i inI irt~ PI' ofeS'~io
MEIKLFJOHN T0 TALKECAL LSIT BUJREA~U(:RATIC
Sc hoolmaisters d(ill), numberiing, in Is a scholar an employee7 asks
its memb~ershi1p high school teac hers <'' '': ,:;"- an editorial writer in the latestin itn-
'c;hool administrative officers~, and co)l- be f h ewRnblcragz
loge and university professors from t {and adds, "h
.. >: andadds,"Thecolleges and univor-'
the whole state, wil meet here Aprilsiesoth Uned tasarnw
2, 3 an 4. ' io zginsforall he:::=being asked, by a conference which
~ctins 1 ie clb hve ot yt ieei Irepresents the beaureaucratic peak of
completed; it is planned that by;~u dctoa yset ceta
mean ofthe arius goupmeetngsfinal the definition of the university
many problems of interest can be d roesora a eplye.
c ussed. 'I (uch ae definition, the writerstt,
'Thursday, April 2, an opening re- j utlg h eesso chlrhp
S ception andl banquet will be given at "As educational employes, their duty,
; #h Union for conerence mneimbers. is to Believe All and to Live in Right-
Ann rborhig schol 5li~~'ii ~ .eousness. As scholars they are subject
' to -present the comic opera, "The M~ik- to but one standard of judgment the,
N adlo," later that evening at the Ma- Federal authorities are seeking Rob-!
4;potency of their ideas. The first duty
~ sni tepl fo t~ 'ntrtanmntert #W Stewart of Chicago, chairman and prerogative of 'scholarship isI
ef hevi~tos.of the boards of the Standard Oil coin- I dubt. The scholar who is comm it-
Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, former t ed to everything in advance is simply
Spresident of Amherst, will address theE pany, of Indiana, who is wantedl by the
school men Friday at Hill auditorium, government as a witness in the Tea-notascor.
i s subject has not been announced. pot Doane. trial in Cheyenne, XVVyomi ecneec mnindaoe
Y T n Unted tate marhalshavewas that called last month by the Am-I
Prol'. Charles 1I. Judd of the Univer- irg. ntdSae asas hv rcnCuclo dcto ogte
city of Chicago is to speak Friday also been unable to locate him.ercnCuiloEdatntoghr
--_________________representatives of the Association ofj
upon the, subject, "More Intensive American Colleges, the Association of
S Work for High School Students." Franklin B. Shull of the zoology de- AmrcnUiesteteAeian
^? Faculties of various schools and col-! partment; will present a paper. "CO-AsoitnofUveiyPresr,
S leges of the University are represent- operation between Public Schools and and oather bodies of similar character.
edi on the -program. Myron B. Chapin! Church in Religious Education" is
will address the art conference on I the subject of an address totb1e given
q "Theory andh Practice of IBatilk." Dr. by Prof. J. B. Edmnonson of the School--
P. 1-1. Hadley of the Medical school of Education. W. W. Bishop, tUniver-
S will speak on "Recent D~evelopment s sity librarfin, will speak on "Adult
inBacteriological Research." Prof.; Education in Libraries." I Q iTY

"This conference," the writer explains,
"unaimoslyadopted two sets of
I'cnvetios'formulated by a com-
mittee of its members, resolving fur-
ther to' recommend 'the adoption of
f these conventions, in the form here
'suggested, by the several bodies rep-
resented in this conference and by
American colleges and universities'."
iCommenting on the above "convey-
lions" he says, "The terms of this
bargain are perfectly clear, the pro-
fessor is absolutely free to do what he

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Campus
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Credo
Today's question : What do you

HIerbert Deuman, '26.-"To most or
ithe students May 30 is just an extra; SE NIOR SIT'
recess. Starting exams on May 29:
Cliff Allen's
will sooner bring the greater vacation furnish the i
-I believe it good." Ii fr supper ne:
Howard L. Davidson, '27.-"Memor- I'supper 'will be
lal day should be kept as a holiday to: this year inste
show due respect to those who have; gymnasium. '1
made the supreme sacrifice. Michigan ; gle today at
should not belittle the day by not 0o)- at the price 01
serving it." ________
t Bernard Solar, '27.-"Rather unwise. -_______

[ER PLKNNE D
ovchestra wil
iusic for 'the Sen_
xt Tuesday. 'The
held at the Union
eadl of at Barbour
Tickets will go oin
if $1.

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'is employed to do." thnkniiof tihe leans' plan which in- The Ujniversity curriculum is not so
In conclusion, "The American Coun- eludes Memorial dlay in the exam-, crowded but that a single day may be
ciel on Education has dlone a great deal ntopeid set aside in respect for 'those woR a theXW ant Ad
of excellent work . . . . But one! Where asked: Engiiieering Arch. here gave their lives that the nation
thing these self-constituted national The answers: Hesper Hertz, '28.-; might live'."
councils cannot do. They cannot Uni- ,"Memorial day has come to be con- I;"
tertake to formulate programs and sidlered an almost religious national IuIhI9119Ji1 1fifl llhl hIIIIIlil~II IIIIIIh hIII 41lIll~iII fll~' . tIIIIIIfltlP
establish standa'rds. The moment they holiday. It is the one day of the year =i-
take a step in that direction the cloven on which the memory of our dead -
hoof of bureaucracy is instantly re- Heroes is honored and I think it would THIS AFTERNOON 2:15-
vealed. Whena bureaucratic confer- be wrong to include that day ton-our
once defines a professor it dlefines him ( examination schedule."
as an emloye by some mysterious Louis Goldstein, '25.-"I do not be- r --
logic peculiar to the soul of the insti- lieve that it makes much difference.=
tution. In dealing with such a con- Memorial day, as a rule, is not ob- I I Nh~ N E
Terence let the professor note that 'the seirved by most students. It would-
precise terms should be stated Iu probably be used as day of study any -I
writing'. way, so why not use it as an exam- j
ination day if it will facilitate mat- 1-
fThe following men should report at( ters ?"_
Watrmaingmaimany atrno
after :i o'clock this week, to play off ______________________
the final round of the all-campus foul
shooting tournament. This round must' Thle finest kind of a deco-a-
i be played not later than Friday, March ' tto o ay romI*
14: D. Weiss, J. Freedman, J. Elin, autful,'ray room isat
J. Shaw, C. Doerge, J. Goldsmith, bea.iul, frgrant plant
Stern, S. Shepard, M. Gxoldh'orner, J.. _________________
Kruger, Jacob, J. Rigelhaupt, 1. Olian.
HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YETI h n 1
Cousin1s c& Hall0 Tiokets at Theatre
611 E. University
s We take a personal inter-
SValue est in every order we receive. w
Prompt and courteous atten- Coreyo'?abukTe"hP2
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Other Colleges

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A SPEIP
The Latest,

McGill.-In a debate Tuesday even- ' Kansas.--Degrees of Ph.D. will be
ring with the St. James 'Literary so- granted in the English department,
ceyon the subject, "Resolved, Tl~at jlbeginning with the academic year
cfrty ie I1925-26, in the University of Kansas.
te arts would flourish under a social-j The committee on graduate work of
isi tate," the McGill university do-t the English department has drawn up
,haters emerged victorious. The de-j a set of conditions under which a de-
J)) pte was judlged by Professor Brunt gree may be obtained, hut they have
,,of MacDonald college, Principlal Smyth niot been voted upon yet.
!ff Wesleyan college, and Mr. Scott of --
lie Gzette Kansas.- Under the leadership of
Doctor Nelson, the University of Kani-
~Wisconsin.-Sen. G. E. Cashman, re- sas is building a new $35,000 club
,,,ent of Wisconsin university, appear- building. It will embody some of thej
,d before the joint finance commit-C most modern features in the recrea-
ee of the Wisconsin legislature Fri- 1 tional department where billiards and
_ay to plead for more liberal appro- bowling will be available for their
piirations for the Badger institution. ! guests. Al large (dining room will oc-
~'"New and adequate structures must cupy most of the first floor, and there
apace the many ol(d buildings beyond i will he a dozen guest rooms on 'the
'pofitable. repair," the senator said. floors above.
1 Dartmouth.-The expedition of I ew-
tors of the Dartmouth Outing club,_____________________
who in a tour 01 five days climbed
Mlt. Washington and scaled the head- Redh X atjd
Jx wall of Tuckerman's Ravine, returned!;" ' J nC
to H'anover' today. Twenty students a ~-- -
mnade the trip.
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Today and Saturday.,
2:00-3:30-7 :00-8 :30) 35e-25c-lIOc
ni"r t~t amairdta rmann mow in j fi;
-' -WI LLIMFOX4
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nlnonI tas&iina HusnBnhmi
t .G.DYST NEproduto
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'the Fastest Aggregation of' Entertainers on tiro Stage Today
DAYS"

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WITH
KEITH STARS

FEA4TURING~
JONES .& JONES
SC OT'T, ALLEN & LEE- FARRELL & CHADWICK
THE FIVE CRACKERJACKS
AND
8 PEPPER GIRLS -
ON THlE SCREEN
Rutpert Hughes, Rollicking Berth Control Comedy
" E X CU SE ME"s
D)ATA

MATINEES 1DAILY
Features at- . ..2:00
Acts at .. .. .. ....3:00
feature repeats at . . . 4:10
Balcony .. .. ....)c
Alain Floor. .. ....0c

NIG4HTS
Fist Show. .. .....6:50
Second Slow. .. ...8:50
Balcony..... .....0c
fain Floor, admission . .. 6Sc
Plus Tfax, totals.......75c

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