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TUSDAY,

MARCH 17, 1925.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE T1 I.1 REl7

WO~fRK flOMPIFfl

'Villa Ready For GeorgeV

"Youth Not Harmed By Present

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Day Literature, "

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"Is thle Amierican iiiiiei'graaduate be- male and female, may frequently car-
ing cof1rulhte( by the0 imorail one of ry a liberal qluantity of gin, but the

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FLngl ili literature a,> taurght by young
instructors in ou r colle-es", ashs
SArthur Corning Wxhi te, an ins4 rust or
in English at D art mouth in the?
IMAainch "Plookmian."' Dr. Pari] I~wight
Moody, president of Aliddlehury col-I
lege, statedI in a recenlt i' sue of Ithe
".Bookmian" that suchi was the ca se.
IPresident Moody said, it effect:"h
teaching of I hry thm ugat s, imanners, ,jn d
aspirations of the 'wonrm we live III,
as these are ))resented in literature
is more than dlangerous."
In his article, Alr. WhileC disagr eC5
with the latter stand, pointing out
that "literature is a continuous'
stream, never ceasing, bnt alwar)ys
flowing on. To c:onsider' contemporary
wriiting as an isolated phenomenon is'
silly . . . . the literature of all per-
iod s an1d all languiages is madle up of
the same ingredients.''
''Contemporary literature,,' he Con-
tinued1, "is the exflression of life as
these young Americans in our colleges
have to Ia ce it. An owtri'-in"-lih e p
Tasture will not hell) them. Classr oomi
contact with contemporary literature

I .ante individual seldom permits the
Ain to distlace a wholesome regard
for I Imp fuindamientaIl (decencies of life.
'1 (oStr underg1'ailuates were a rep-
resent ative sample of our population
instead of a carefully selected class,4
neit her D~r. Mloody nor anyone else
ever need feair for the morals of this
ccountry."
Crpenter Goes
To War College
f!")1 the war department
iVere, received yesterday by Mfajor
William 1". ('arpenter, p~rofessor of
military science and tactics, relieving
himn from (lduty at the University at
thbe endl of the current :semester and
divrscting hinm to r eport at the Army
Wapcollege, Washington, D. C., on
Auzgust 15, 1925, Major Carpenter will
take ul) the courses of instruction of-
ici ed at the government institution
duping thme school .year 1925-26.
Infor11nt ion has not yet been re-

' Will Your Children and Theirs go to College? o okwi
- - that Brown goes back to his mature at the beginning of dr
S twentieth reunion this spring, each school and college year.
and that he has just taken He believes that his children
t out educationat, insuranceI will more genuinely appreciat
W To this day he doesn't know their education by paying for
which parent or aunt or uncle it out of their own funds*
S paid most of his school and And Brown also believes that
''' college bills. But he does know they will better capitalize their ''
that he can never repay those ow incr'eased capabilities, on'
(jA obligations created, except by or before graduation, by tak- a:
nsrn ml oe o h ing out insurance for the edue
education of his own two ctonothnetopdf
chlrn generation, as well as to cr a_:
NI So he has recently arranged en. an Immediate estate andiffal # dwet oiisfrbtto ca urne f faia-
_9 The john Hancock is ~ cliI neet3i nuWgcle e n
omnadibning college : aducrwrft rrncRof: e14 staff. "
Over Sixty Years in
Business. Now tlrt}Sta93in h
Over Two Billion Doi.
.1 lays on 3t500y0c Lives hSUACCOPN
CREHE 4 , S ?FA CV SIQ NIFICANTl IN ITSI'iS E AM~t
--NOW PLAYING
, othling llt,
A BOMB BIURST OF MERRIMENT
- He hated to be sick !
But gosh ! How tae hated to get well!

Waldo Pendleton, '72. The .title of
the new room will be the Edward
Waldo Pendleton library. The room
liar, been furnished in harmony with
the general scheme of the building,
the .furniture and decorations barmion-
izing with that of the other parts of
the Union.
The large portraits of former presi-
dent James B. Angell and President
Em~eritus H. B. Hutchins have been
hung at one end of the room on each
side of the large fireplace.
~On the afternoon of the formal open-
in , a program of some kind{ not yet
announced, will be put on in the room
iii addition to the reception. Letters
have been sent out to all members
cd the faculty inviting them to be
present at the opening to which all
Ibembers of the union are invited.
Faculty members may bring their
wives, the room being open for one
day to women whose husbands are
Union members and to women who
have a guest card.

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To A"HS1 HOW eunions Here
TO LRGEGROAJD Early In Junae,

gi ves stude~nts an i orT)D1n1ity to make ''elved regnr-,_ig thet professor of mil-
an hones,, individual judgment of val- iiarv science and tactics who is to
nes 1)oth moral and aesthietic.! succeed Major Carpenter here.
"The numb~er of students who are___--_____
hypnotized by the decadent strain in Madlrid, March 16.-Replacement of
contemporary fiction is entirely neg- the military dircecrate by a new gov-
ligible. There are always some peo-; ernnient is far off, in the general op-
ple who, whether or not they are ex- inion of Spanish newspapers.E
p)osed to decadence are just naturally
-sick irn their souls." j I te X an d
Mr. White, in conclusi on, said: e d t e at A s
"Tlm~ American underg-raduate, both

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Akron P'aster Fei ers University
Address; Makes lUnique
iassiticationi
NEX'T SERVICE APRIL 5

Twenty-three classes plan reunions
here this year according to figures an-,
nouneel yesterday by Alumni associa-
tion headquarters. Under. the Didx
plan, which is used as a schedule for
returning graduates to follow, groupsI

Whitney

'Theatre

The I
Today's quiestion : Do you think
that the women of the Unviersity
should produce an annual pageant,
which would be of greater proportions
than the present "Lantern Night?"
Were asked: University hall. I
The answers: Elois Tygert, '28.--
"Ves, I Zn7)rov flV Cthe idea. It wuld,1j

More than 1,600 persons heaird Dr. of four classes return every five
Lloyd C. Douglas, pastor of the First I years.
! The alumni in the following classes
Congregational church of Akron, 0.,j will meet in Ann Arbor on Reunion
deliver the Uiversity service address day, Friday, June 12, and on Satur-
Sunday night in Hill auditorium on j day, which is Alumni day: literary
"The Mathematics of Divine J~xpecta-f classes of '70, '98, '00 mien, '00 women;
tion." This is the largest crowd that '05 men, '05 women, '16 women,, and
has attendedI any service given by the '23; engineering graduates of '16, '17,
Student Christian association this !'18, and '19; the medical classes of
year. '90, '00, '05, '16 and '20; the law class-
Dr. Douglas outlined his subject by es of '95, '00, '05, '10, '19 and the '15
classifying humanity in three main dents,
divisions, which he called the "driv-s Comimencemient occurs this year oil
en," the "1l(," and the "commission- Mondlay, June 15. The programs for
edl." The first two classes include! the three other days of the gathering
the grea test part of the people of the is: Ymidfay, registration, baseb~all game
world, but it is the "commissioned'' with Ohio State, and student enter-
class which supplies the great men, taininent in IHill auditorium in the
of the world. This is the group whicnh evening;: Saturday, registration,. an-
rise.s at tines of great p~eril and needl. nulal meeting in h ill audtorium, Al-
It is this group, which supplies the imnini luncheon, Alumni mass meeiig
inventors, poets, and real leaders. ' in :h ill auditorium, baseball game be-
Dr. Douglas devoted the greater tweein alumni teams, anrd the Senate
p~art of his address to discussing the reception; Sunday morning, Baccal-
'cominissioned" class, pointing out the: aureate sermon in Hill auditorium.
responsibility which rests on the ------
members of this group in each gen-, Vancouver, B. C., March 16.-Paddy
oration. Thew Jackson chor us of 100 ililon, 77, has voted in the United
Imale voices sang special pieces b)oth States for 41l years only to learn to-
before andI after the speech, day that he is not a citizen.

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give the freshman women an oppor-
tunity to make many friends at the j by thie Student Christian association
beginning of their college career, in- AIil5 hnI~.LwsMno h
stead of having to wait a few years K.tiuai Con tregation, of Chicago, will
before they could mlake a sufficient 51Caik.
numbler of friends."- -i
Ellen Nylund, '27L..-"No, not un-a Mill 11051)0]is, Mit., Mach 16.-
less it can better serve the purp)ose \; "Only you e in ofrshe ,'grad nai
for which Lantern Night was inaugur-Ewo t , O icrtyn
ated. But, itomy mind, the ccea- Uthe nrs alI oirye r1perd,"ostthes
tion and unity which it induces scan- asurvey mad by he rgist ir f th
not be added to by a more elaborate nicitoJliust.
production."
Nelle Densmore, '25S. - "Lantern
Night seems to embody all the cere-
monies necessary to impress the Un-y
iversity women with the fact 'that she1
has passed an important milestone'
in- her college life. Further rites ,
seem superflous to me."
Helen Ladman, 126.-"Yes, I think
they should, because in a large uni-
versity it is very difficult to bring the
women together. In an undertaking
such as this, the women are given an r
opportunity to come together and;
show their dancing and dramatic abil-
ity.",..

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Margaret Bonine, '25.-"Perhaps the
pageant need not be more elaborate, I
but if Lantern Night were better ad-
vertised more people would attend.
At present, it is just a girls' tradition
and little attention is paid to it." 1
Books Discussed
In Honors Course''
Members of the English Honors
course held their meeting Sunday eve-
ning at the home of Prof. Louis A.!
Strauss. The purpose of the meeting I
was to discuss the books that have
been read by the members since the
last assembly.
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