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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUE' ,SD AY, MAY 5. 1925

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system, up to the Last
not ell suitedl to sho
tainty the indil vidul's 1
MED I CAL COU RS ES sertsinIisreport.

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t two years, is ac t'y nd sLould be used together, in
owing with cer- or-der htiat 1he maotat may ])., gained

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Wan H lugh Cabot IOeeires ('rhu 11-
lunn 4l+3fedi>Cia e 1 ia .fl w y
InSTUDENTS HANDICAPPED
Ride separation of f ivh ory vn
practice causes the mnedicatl curricu-
lum; to suiffer c:onsidlerably, according
to the annual report of Dean IFlugh
Cabot of the medical school to the
President of the University.
"It is literally true that a student
may spend four years, t wo in pre-med-
ical and two in pro-clinical courses,
without any important suggestion
that he is engaged in p~repatrationl
for the practice of medIicine.
"In the present condition of great
pressure on medical schools and in
the rather unsatisfactory state of the
curriculum,, (decision based purely, or"
even largoly, upon grades received by
students in the first two years, is 'not
a sound way of tietermininug their.
p~robable future value as practition-
ers.
"Trhe dropping of a student in the
freshman year is not a serious mat-
ter, but the case of the student
diropped in the sophomrore and ee
more in the junior year is a scriow.,
one. At present i1- is aliriost iuinpossi-
ble for him to. gain admission to
another class,'"A''Rschool. mThis means
in practice that these students, though
having spent four or even five years
in preparati4on for the study of inedi-
cine, must now take upi other life
work:," the report ,f at es.,
"If it be assumed that the business
o1f the medical school is the training
of practitioners in medicie, theni it
must b6 admitted than the present

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(c)u ise, do c11 favor', led 1115' oirt iz'?
' )f -,au.y er:z (a iAl \. 8ehrudcer,
'27.---'(1 ,a1ingbeen en the campu)1s a
couplle of year s and laving at tended
l)0oth types of course:; at ratther fre-
qluee t intervals, I Have come to the
!01conclusionl tht t L;oi h ha oYe1their ad-
vantageOs. When use(1i t{?gel,er they
combine the 1hen efit 5 0of0eli.''
EL.1J. sel ieit , 'L.- "'lbe ad(van-
I agles of qulii (las::a -e iquite evident.
The .i eefi rac al ot.
le" l, iit 1,1~1" l re . ''o,ie. l 11 es
1::t ' ! IeIich'tvalue .'
il a Vris, ?.- I tini:1, h i
11"t~iii(! 11 '. to ('ie ji:Iat
either one Io t',11!b'th 1 'f lc.(({n--

Iii l lie 's'('i ,.'
.1. , . r'yei '36): . --"1 ireier ' a lee-!
lii eomr ~ the' lecturer is out.
cani! held1 rn a- t cut ion and keep 1mei
int e're sled. A iee tui'e course is only
a hva t gn v wen the lectu rer
Ioti'x 11i5 s alm*ect aud (lsin deliver itI
without hiir; (lass flllling aslecep on
},. ('. (z<?'s, '2 ;..__."f favor quizzes
mostw'ly. Tlly f:: one to work,
whnhe is likely niot. to w2.nt to.''
O 1OFOTAL ETOR
(N lunibms, Ohio, May 4.--(By A1.P.)
--Ur. J. W. Wilce for 12 years direc-
tor' of footbJlu1 at Ohio State Univer-
sity hads decided to continue to castj
hi.; lot with Ohio state and with the
west ernconference.
This f:t was made known here to-
night after lie had sent telegrams to
officials of the Southern Branch, of
1,1 ta niversity of California, refusing
n offer az director of athletics of the
dlepartment of p~hysical education, and
head1( football coach there.
REDTHE CLASSIFIED) APS,

PROFESSOR A938 WARTHIN SIIR WILL LECTURE
LEAVEIS FOR WA'VS1HINGTN' ON POLYBIUS THURSDAY!
Prof. Aldred 8. Warthiinl of the{ A leeture under the auspices of the t
E a thelogica 1 depatrt acuid in the luedr-I classical dlepartments onl "Polybius
andl His Plan in Ancient Hlistor-
cal school leftl Friday night for Wash- i ography'' will be given by Prof. Er-
ingtonr where he will attendl iiiectings,
nest G. Sihlier, P h. "D., Litt. D., at 8
Eof the Amierican Association of Iiiy-o'lcThrdyngt Ma 7,n
sianis, the American Association of room 2003, Angell hall. Professor Sih-
Pahlgit'ndBcerooits, the ler is emeritus professor of Latin in
In te rn a tio n a l gA s s o ia tio n o f M e d ic a l . N w Y r n v r it , l e r t r e
MuemailIh mrcnAsca from active interests a little over a
ionfor('n~e Rseach.Prfesoryear ago. Besides being a produc-
Wat thin is scheduled 1to give papers! tive-scholar, he claims th~e distinction
at several of the meetings. lie willI of being the first student to graduate
freturn to Ann Armor Thursday. under Professor Eldersleeve, and was
( -- - _also the first to receive the degree of
Sofia, May 4.-hSynion R3addiff, Bill-! Doctor of Philosophy at Johns Hop-
garian minister to 'Turkey, has been kins university. He has published
appointed minister to the United several works on Cicero and Caesar,
States to succeed Prof. Steven Pana- and his recent work onf Polybius will
roatofL, resigned. soon be published.

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Up very betimes and matched
centesimi with Jack to see which
of us would escort the fair. Kitty
gondoling, winning with mydobe
headed pocket piece, as is my usual
,To Grand and Canal Streets,'
where the traffic ensnared us for
an hour, whilst the copper slept.
Thence to the Rialto, myself expect-
ing to see May Meaow in "Kitten
onna Keys," and was greatly dis-
appointed.
Hats off, incidentally, to Bro. Felix,
winner 1925 Olympian yodeling
title, and Trainer McKat. Kitty
was there to cheer and U. S. won
in a walk, by default.

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LAWREC N C E T'IBBETi'I1'
(Ba 'itch e)
"Not since the dlays of Lilliani
Nordica has an American heard
such thunders of applause be-
stowed lby ai 21etropolitan audi-
ence as fell to the lot of Law-
rence Tibbett' in the part of
Ford in B~oito's 'Falstaff,' " re-
Worts the Lite'rary Digest under
date of February 7, 1925.

FESTIVAL
Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor
PlAY.
20, 21, 22, 23

Up 11
-(Gontralto)
Miss Meisle is the possessor R
of one, of the most beautiful and
opulenit voices to be hteard to-
day. She has been with the.
Chicago Civic Opera Company Q
since 19328. making her debut in,
thre inipoz tint role of E rda in
"'Siegfried.".
(Tenor)
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh
tenor, has been described as
"'Evan Williams of this genera-
tion." Since conting to America 1
lhe has appeared in p~ractically
all of the music centers of the
SEast and Middle West in ora-
torio atnd recital. H-is engage-:
ments have been veritable- tri-
um~phs.

VJINTE BAL LESTEIR
'BaritonE
Mr. Ballester was born in.
Spain. Ile sang frequently in
Ba.rcelona, and later went to
Paris, where lie made his debt
ini opera. Since then he has
sung with great success in Italy,
South America, and with both
the Chicago and Metropolitan
Opera Companies.
AUGUSTA LENSKA
(Mezzo-Soprano) -
A nother' ,nihc f th-e 'Chi-.

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