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SATURDAY, FEBARUJARY 14, 1929

TU--E MiCHIGAN DAILY

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Pro'Jf. B. 11, Bode Will Add~ress Honor- j
ary Edu(;itionial I'ratei'ily ]aa
AMeeting Here

My~stery HdsCuse O Fatal Kansas Ri rs~
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INITIATE 5 TONIGHT
"Idealisml is tiie one thing tmoay

upon which an appea,,l canl he rmaCe to
any audicnce of Amenricans," Prof. 11.l
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declared yesterday to an a55e21)ily 0of
students of education. ;nL r ~: i f{p
S Professor Bode(, who is; an ed Iucs
.tional philosopher of liromuinence, is
liere to adldress the Mich igaixal era),(l
of Phi Delt a Kapp , national ionIi"'arv ycv: r
educational frater ni.v, atL. a 3 tiia . it "q;.h r{ ~,^a . >
to be given following the initiation at
'R "o'clock today atf, lie Union, His f. ,o.
jest this evening Will be"11rtPa
,Lnd Practical Kn1cwled ge.
In his tall{ yestoelay jrt'f(,s
Bode noted i nres{cflptXt
of our national lif(e and arguiedl tha1. '.:.:. ai'" , ss
social changes,, far from being prac-
ttical merely, are charged with a "lia--
tent, inarticulate idlealism'' which ed oaxs the cause ,o' thec 1I('ad-o:i (olli:;on o° a Missaour Pii-''s a-~
cicatioli is popularly expected t0oX(,-, 2~( t erma,1 n ~X1S '> r -,.le ,._,; alp a _' a(v'' -o
"press. Educators have not yet ao tMat u; x sil ihn rf l ithlb a pasesn re~a ud'np5'2aiI off1 :IPaaiu~ i uL
i? u1ytely e h iut~.2W i v.Sin 1e ~2~(frhl!'I ) aff~te he:,'C7 al

~- $Bt)I n -ewInstrumients;
\r', "j hU.!)-1 nt (a el t the Ull-
k p: 2ti2i11 0oilthe('installa-
1:;: ( -eseIs .' :)oooin new instru-
%S, 1 i'r upn enl , 11(10possible
' -l",it o ;:ft s by alex i)ow, presi-
' :t o , ' Detroit; Edison company.
ITa he f t gift, 1\lr. 1)ow made
iewinstrument; and recordC-
rr.~~. ga ' tall type.s wjth a value
( 2c1e to ;;20,f)01, pratically Al of
t eY 1inst;all ;d inlthe
s .... 4 .fl3pi:' O- 0on thle gi., . .
( .. . sl c, A31C ilenCtof bulildingFs q
-~ V ) I )'!7-i S i 11(1: that
,t a ) a "r; ece: t, and vt ~of
o V i 511021 2pia etical
of il:i~5 2Ithe ,finest type.
. .1,0,71of this E quiplnent brings
am,~e aPa with the best in the
,ns! Aum ersta su1h as carbon dioxide
I aibe recouders for aliajyzing flue
j : is;';s; (traft, gauges; boiler meters,
t,) "-di ci e proper lire c'onditions;
ntl-'idera; are iuclnded among
t> ~ -eI are now read:, for use as
t f1V .. ow's gift.
.:-K:V~1 -Jr. Dow will provide
101 ne0', sw"itchboard for the
~-~r .1ot~. i -hxwill cost close to;
;', ,. lie Unii vor-ty is to erect a,
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JU MUtlUAL dSAIULN ISLORCH, CARRI TCO Pd '
P 1 ~, A. Collor of thesr- a rIN F IJC
g.~ ax departmrent in the ofia ', t e
s('hrool will lecture onl "Surger yo
the= Park Ages'' next Wednesday in41N1) .V(211 ftedpilm
th~e W est aniphritheat re of the xneiea I ,of P1~ 1) Vii3 I f X~ii
bluildirng. TCis the second tspe-aker CC rin , cro a ' ir heaspFoa h riso tli n eialli f lt
tory held' under the auspices of Alphaj versify sartinrg Feb 0l)he-cI-
Omega A'lpha, national honorary Ifle~li- will he an introduction to moral
ca l fr aterniti-. philosophy. The class will meet once
Prot .,,or C'oller has studied mcedi- 1 rweek on Tuesday evenings for the
cal ihstory for many years. Ile has reinrainoler of the semester.
already given many talk~s on histori- I Prof. Emil Lorch of the architectur-
cal topics in the field of medicie. al c'ollege is directing an extension
This course of lectures wais course in architecture in Grand Rap-
inauguratedl rccently because ol tbc !lis for which students will receive
intareasinp; desire of n- ic.-. studrnts cue hour credilt at the end of the
to ieai'ir sod cthziIg abou,,-t riucA ai his- semarester. More than 75 were enroll-
ft ,;-. AtLthe present tua ic; 11e is ed in the course at the registration

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The end of education henceforth
must be the discovery by the ('1il10I
swithin his, environment of a, new~
spiritual world, -,o I hat inter^,stI and'
culture shall eniter' into national life I
and emphasis must. fall utpon m~aking
BIthe individual in thought and ac~t ion
socially effective. The substitution
of 'efficient methods for" mechanized,
~'stereotyped instruction is to l e the
z means of relating classroom infora--.
.2' ion andl skill to actual living.
Professor Bode received his deg reu
here in 1897, having studied writh Dean
A . 11. Lloyd and Prof. R1. M. Wenlcy.
In 1900 hie took his doctor's de gree atf
.Cornell. Before accepting his present
place at Ohio State the held proeessor--
shins at the universities of Wisconsin
pand Illinois.'

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A'&by ii; 'minentflandscape'i)NOarchb li- ;i1,1 h ' ,,;~iil£u it
- ((i'i()of AN t mm'-): )V are .being e'''i' V - T) '90m' ust A 1W'' 22 thave N
''1112C 1 b e , na! liiiliiiii eoial hall. -e ;14l10h0'(ls°F', Christmas \5A';lion01.
:;ilfo 1t~m )l) otlgrap:1m a3 ''' te 'pro. IbeeaoHit was f, is .t C anlt :0311
Aei an t'-v yof'(t. 1 Ie.l:na(:i c.Ar'.silt- Ib t.il will 1 £l i may 1t':' III 'A.lil-,' ' t'-\
Mofs Othis wkic(11bujol to4Cthe W-0s1. ad Itii Is '1Vas ted that \ l('-
l anId <t p ' (1101 den g d(lOi;i -l'' oft ( Io''(21 i-' - -- lii- I8W in i
Velaltin , 'sty1' mie on exhib lit tar the I; 0n210"a 'riC5
HIM H't in'e. The Iman le ' o . AlAMW'IN,

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b : ieani Lloydtrie 111gr1Iu~iII 28900, ia lli') w:teot'-r'i rsri
P rof. E. F. Carrit t of the philosophy "e( ,I:~;11"we ;) nl.i'aui:'oii03
(Iepartmnt, and I-Ton1. R. ('. 1re''ken-i- 11(1n 1 5i ] 11(11 (1'. ifiolriiil! extrau
ridge, former minister to Russia, will c 1i(,Oi :- t{ ;3'l y l E=ie oVenie (:e S
be guests of honor at the banquet. of tlhe uxi=.1kbusl1,01 vicr.''
--Five men are to b)e initiated into the i , "a~I- . m 'lC 15
fraternity. ,,dloe'e ~no' reto n h
; r i~e,) btter.'
I{{LIIRRA Y GRADES BEADY. }! ..,s ,, ri ir s(0"5
cite I'"(1? 1{as,.A ,o ItiL n
FB Rl NI lofii . 147.illifl1ockl, 2.V'( ,liv-
over time r~ecrsfrtelteay-111 r)II : 1- registrar's staff worl'.1ing ! tlliclc a a:, > =;;e;l:!- e. iaoils1cmo Ii'ciy wo i . 52
college will he in the trails by Mo-
d-(ay. rrhe ampount of tithel requitmed to ,

arme A' j rih o ('fi, ,laume s Crecar'leaf, -
Chrs He; att, fleat inix Farrandl, Ruth 7
Mo:'il wixd 07 a ance Fowlr. Most of1
Me( ,) Sit, a s -woretaken in the ?I
c ad'I C W A rm Th.1 e (lIiit ilip be
(,J1m {''i (1'- 1 ovrt'V d (ay of' aext 1
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c: .;(('a e:n ali'er'irius 1aw,'' .-oin Mich-I

110)1n1(1( within0 the inxt V v di as.
Ma nagers Sare tii p82( I to(ir, 71 :w ' c
by thle >li'iGa-;~it i '-:7s v' -ihi '?.v '
n asium.

LI .r: p. ,l 5- (135, ro -li'or ffit5. .o
.,.':1 i~nL-e;;s,,, circb oa 01 ~st~iwill
inS nad r C s<( 1 r'('bof this city,0 as
the iV'':I a ar's'of Ithe TAI d -in
Ihuc vi I(i'l! Mu1 c'sat ion. I_)rx Marquiis
in " loo<''. 1t sillt :11an2 5a:;s il-
o Qvt''0'< ~t. am: Oto-rt at Ire 0 411(

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prepare thecea'rdl for mailing is ill-
creased by the many processes
,hmoug h which 11)i eca rils murst #_,o to
complete the task.
iRegistration for ti b! new Ia::hot£or.
close to thctelleiring nml]n.ai'
I'ures of last February. The 10)1 a I of
:~entering st udent,; at thsi perlo'£ -1
year was 1206, wi il e, fgre:'.? I"S ' dol!.3{'
-,- ;Thurs day shoxwed 1 hat Ithe I 1.<al Ii -;
£ jenisteci had rear ited 29.q'
;,everal inst1!£'itanc f v'ie)' 0tov-
- zlss 50tiO~ihlha ve' os3i 5e101 1'.a'i x~oa
tionniqul ts since t1.iw 0p(Hnlijig (A f'e
t: enhESter I l J 4'iSPSof l2£'t1 01+
;md tquiz se't lomll tn'eXcess, is P
cared foir,. howe'£ver.
Day 4Will.Attend
Science Mcctng
K t111 i. P1" 1 'a,o the o b ii ,:. o:1I.
nInilawtion s hl. dwill I ''-r-o' to'la
i'a n,i t, t. It ('Chic'ago, New 3v " ,-
Yvhi '" inloni, Il'r 'i'-n~ , l( . B ot , ;an'
tMontroa l. At (thh'ago . oso Da-vwill
x ftend a, incetin p of thle Social ":en0
Roesen ali hcouil, flo ielli Ithen prp-
cry'11 to New Yorl:. XVhoe ie05 -" ill ins ho.k
f. .c -dany va;,t !)'ford going to Was;--
inft-on.
At Wtashingtoni, l)eani Pu:.' will he
fihe ,icalicr of the evening; at the an-
it al meeting of the Waishinlgt on Al-
umni associationl. Dean Day will re-
t! rin to Anti Arbor Fbi u ry 2'
Students Dislike
check Publicity
Ap i s'i -it I y stuidents a:'0 l( t dO 0 (k'
to hae ttieir1' 11511105 ii 1n11' 0011 11 olo
places, especially if said publlic pl(' "
is a frame c ontainiing 'xoi' bless
checks withU name(:; w"ritten upon themi.a
Two dlays ago, as ai lastA resort, thle
Union framied its stack of clhecks
which hxad lbeen return ~eul from tlhe
bank marked ''no funds." The frame
was hung at the plain desk where it
was in view of all who camne to) the'
desk. The cheeks filled the framne but
yesterday thercf was considerable va -
cant space, indicating that son.-' of the
checks had been made good by the
students who cashed them.
Berkle y, California, Feb. 13.--Jtm-n-
iors at the U3niversity of California
have phinned to place the statue of a
golden bear, the college emblein, on
the top of the hill overlooking the-
campus.

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