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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1928

DIVISlIN RPORTSI
Department 4)utlilnes Wor'k (ond mtd
Thiroiugh 111-"firCIlbs, ChIurchles,
and higpli 'dool

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Faces' Trial In Pardon-Bribe Case

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1Colege Women
Called "Trained
Learners" By Dean

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FURNISH 70 SPI'EiKEIZ
Reports of the St udent. (,hris't ian
association :show the complet ed year
to have been one of 'consideratble ac-
tivity in the extensiioni woi k (leiart-
ment. A total of 70 speaklers ha vf
been sent out. by the depviart ien(t ti
Hi-Y clubs and hg schools ani
they have addre.sscd atot alI0",
'boys.
The function of I be ext enidon df -;
partment is to a i'lii('vQItliefollo(wing~
objectives: to serve a5 a ('1eai im,
house for the various chur ichli oga311-
in Angaged in de untat ion ow or ihk ; to sce r :,
the various comm nu it ics: of thle stal Ie
by furnishing speaker s, discussion
group leatders , i Usicians and recresl
tioh direct or ;for differenti o'( ~il
and to u s ,t Ii ereai t r iiumberolf'
students possi ble in t be at sinmient of
these0obje'ctiv es.
These lpurpos)5e.,ar 0 U ((onl;11 i shcd I
through three main types of contact.f
'The first is t hrongh thle *111i-Y cdubs,
the second is through die high school~
and the third is throug~h the cgaini n -
ity 'churches andIliunchieon clubs.,
Speakers have been sent to 17 111i-Y
banquets andl conferences andl have l
spoken to more than 4,000 boys. One(
of these conferences was hldll t
Muskegon, where a tecam of 25 men1
was sent to the 01l1er boys' mneeting.
Discussion groups of 1 ,500 boys were
led by the junior leaders.
Five hundred boys attended the uli-
per peninsula boys' conflerence held
at Hlancockc, and 300) took part in theI
county conference at St. Clair, Mich.1
At the Come Clean campaign held at.
Lansing, 400 boys signed the, Conic
Clean I i-Y pledges. Speakers, were,
also sent to Jackson, Marine City,j
Lansing, Flint, Pontiac, lDetroit, Roy-
alI Oak, Farnmington, Kalamazoo and I
B ighlton.e
In the hii';i school work spea:ker.
were sent. to Plymolith, Tr'avers City,
Fowlerville, Rowell, lFlint, Smuth I .y-
ons and Marshall. Fomr- thousan~d two
hundred nifty boys wer-e spoken to ao.t
these high schools. Many let] em;. have
been received by thle depasrtmient frori
princip~als and 1officials of Ithe high.
sichools connend ing its speakers a111![
)raising the work t hat it has donw.I
At St. Clair the newspaper:, gave
considerable publicit y to the work co'f
the extension del)artment in thli Iv
t ity. They e; lecila ly lan1ded 01wh
! iceclies miado by I lar~old Steele, '5
i larold C. Coffman, amid John P". Il- '
l iott, '26.
The Inemibers: of the extens~linI
council ares Lpwis R eimnann, A. 10;
"lawyer, '27, lDon J . Timmlernian, Nor'-
plan Johnson, '25, Robert Fisher,s
'5,Edward Daisvis, Earl Klein -
:sAhmidt, Thonia s Pryor, '26, CalvinI
P'ollin, '26, ( eor'ge it. Baker, '2x11+11.
the memblers of thbe S. C. A. extelnsion;.
det ;in cu1ezt arce ( ("or,;e 11. aer
'2S5Ed, Allan J]iort on, '25, Rowan Fats-j
qunelle, '26;, 1;&ra Youing, '26, BeriL
Wertinan, '27, and (C. Art Locker, '23.
ARCHTEC [ F:AVEFOR
1NSPECT1JIJN THIP TBOAYI

'~ ~' Is the modern college woman over
educated? When she receives her de-
C redo !gre does she consider herself too wise
J2Kj Ito accept advice from her superior?
------- Mrs. Anna B. Witte, dean of women
Totlay' ; IIest ion: Do you think at Nebraska Wesleyan University,y
that three hour., is sufficient tinme in answers these questions in the nega-
V, [licli to write a final examination? I tive.
W~hmre asked: Angell hall. "College, 'rather than narrowing
The aii~icrs: the minds of women, broadens, th~en
'l'lr atstie~- sh~e said, "opening them to new ideas.
J. Eastwood, '25.-"Yes, I think that, They are willing to see more than one
i t is plenty long enough. A well or-ipon of view. Contact with new
gaiiized examination can cover' the ;pintsi hi oleeff ae
groundI thoroughly in that time." thig 11hircleg ie "~e
them more willing to accept .the ad-}
Delm L~er,'28-." beiev th vie of others when they begin ,work."
average student finds threec hours n !Mliss Mary Yost of Stanford tUni-
ade~lnate length of time in which to versity supports this opinion sayingk
write an examination. I think that in that college women are "trainedj
that. threec hours lie does his, best learners and are accustomed to being
W~or'k and a. period longer than that tuh.
would not be, efficient or necessary.";tuh.
L. Tendler, '27.-."If a fellow does the present exam period is too shor
not know his surbject, six hours would a time in which to write the averaort
net lie enough time for a blue bookI four hour course examination. The
on that course. "Three hours gives !'average student has to think thor-'
-nyone who has spent a reasonable oughly about, the subject and 'notL
amnount of earnest study on hris sumb- vrite that ,which he would be sprryr
ject enough time to write a good ex- Ifor afterwards."
Eainination." ________________________
Katherire Ferguson, '28.-"I think tt.att e&rse tth e h u p r
tatmereettrehupriod is
long enough for the average individ- P~ A A fhI
nral. The nervous strain involved is i l
too great to be borne for a longer SeusfryrPamaht e
1period of time and only the slowesti buy them as they come from the na-
writer could require more tune in tives "who weave" them, and then.,we
which to express himself." I block and trim them up, thus saving
A. Felkamp, '28Ed.-"I think that you the middlemen's prpflts. We give'
*you an elegant hat, for $6.00. $7.00 and
andl in gener'al to round out our pres- $8.00; one that you will be proud of
ent, holdings, has been made, and }and. that will give you perfect satis-.
amounts to $1,787,800," the report on I faction.
land concludes. FACTORY MAT STORE i

MAY
FES$TJVAL ------
Second May Festiva1 Qoncert
-IrH1ADAY ? VEI NG, MAY 21, 8:00 O'CLOCK
Soloists
Em 113' cokes: Hagakr, Sorano RIys .Morgan,( Tenor
Cbairles Tlttmann, ,bass
,M41xl e aipd, uiast Palmer Christian, Organist
, ;e ivexiy Choral Vj4gn-txrI V. ,Moore, Conductr
The. C tigo S~p ony' (hehestra-Mr. Frederick Stock, Conductor-
.Overture, "Nright on a Bpre M ouintain "................MTe B ls .. . . . . . .. .o1a hu aniorgs
Popm. by Edgar Allen Poe
Soli, TUniversity hChoral, Union, and Orchestra
1. ;the Silver Bels 3. 'The Brazen Bells
Mr. M1organ " and Chorua Chorus
2. The Golden.1l3ells 4. The,.Mournful Bells
Miss 1taugar acrid Chorurs Mr. 'Tlttman and Chorus
Intermission
Selections from. "13 minior Mass"............................. Bach

Joat han M' l. ::got,.' '0 S 1
D( ~md . itic non;inst ion ii' pres ide m:.
K' alms., onil h(? charge of' seek lug brill
inmi 'ei I ith ;otio.of' his at to; fley,,.A

I n c", aid can iidatC for the
Ircct V". car, is, ol. Irish inl TIopeka,
s hm' gi anlth~l g llills. ie is soell
Al. I isrvey (I1riht),

Thirdi May Festival Concert
FIDlIAY AFTERNQQ, X Y 0, $f) 'CI%,K
Soloist
L~oretta Dfegnan
Children'sFestival -V'horust-josepiF . Roddy, Coigduetor
Ttul4eI u s Rlpgtd, Jtelell J3iunle and ;Anna I13rpp,, Aeotnt
'Pa~nler Vhristian, 4Organist

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PRESIDENT'S REPOR T EMPHA SIZES
IMP0RTANCE9 OF LAND EXPAN-SIONI

TRORAM

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'The vit al im1port ance of acquiring1
land for tHe expainsionl of thle Uniiver-
sitly is cm phasized in thme annual re- I
port of the Pr'iesident ,of thle lUniiver-
sity to EIlie lIoai'd oflRegents. TheI
report p~oints, oul. thist it will lie ruch
mnoire couveit ient anmd(1econiomiicalIlto
con sol idatec the pirev~ent. holdings;01'
the1 fUiversity by Imrchiasin-ig I lie hi n
when it. is offered tharn to buy it at. an
increasedl price when it is needed.
"For the future (if the U nivxersityV
the sectniisit ion (if cerin p arcels of!;
land is vitally import ant,'' the report:

tory (if naturial scienice which wvill re-
place thle M useum.
''Tiwo other dens rtment s whmich
shortly will lliave to have their own
buildings a'Icthe ,('-cll ifool ii er
At unin isirt i lind tihe ('ohlege
Arc(hlite(ctuire, amid ini each:1 (ase tim
p i c a e o ,l n is a n c s i y the forum em' inst a nic e a part. of thle sift,
is already i our hiands, and the re-
mnainder should be added.
"'We have also mnit ionedl the im.-
peumin, removal of the Observatory,
and~ the emrectio(nmmof a newr group i
ho i rdin us somnewhiere outside (if tI

i 617 Packard St.

GARRICKA Wed: h-Mat. --50c c toL1$2p5pj (Where D. U. R. stops at State)
The Miracle Play of America-Av
ANNE i ?CHOLSi'{
P "Abie' Irish Rose"
SEATS NOW FOR THIS AND NEXT WEEK lRead the W~ant A~ds,,
T jRIAL
4~ Will convince -you ~that a.Barbe-
ueSandwich iS most delicio~us.
THE :BARBECUE INN
440 SOUTH STATE

states. '"One of t hose is thle remuainmd - city liimitis. A. suit able trmact of land
emr of'the two blocks onflWhIich 'm1o me must hbe provided 'or Ithiis purpose.
Lawyer's, club is located. Perhaps ""'These .spcIci'ic things shomI Id
four-fi ft hs oif the whole tract is al- ev'i us11y be done. Ini hle iimeani-'
ready in the Universit y's hands, and xx'whiile it. i,;tht parit,01 ' econ omnjy t1-
the remainder shmould lie purc(hased fpui'cha se fi'om tiime to tlime sinusI
to allow for furth1er building. hots'' hoct'dmladj('elit to 01ur'proper'-j
! "Thme site1(for theo Mii(i ~ m L uagim tie:; s 'Vt hey niney he offered I'or !gale.1
bimildil; soumld also bo conliplet ed. Illi tbis way our' holding-,inla v gra(I- '
I if owed llpar:, nd heI%4~r lt I millIv te consol idat ed, and it is niuch
hayve agr'eed to 1 iaovi(1Cit when'iitliQ f, IlloiC e('iiiiiii('1, as o ;s le'rience his
('0ons[[ 'I (1not I iofte b[in ;" 1mgis as- sho wii, to rl su lch l xnd hen t
uircd. 'ito' Museuim should he givonm otffe'ed thmmi to wait iiinil it. is ;bso-
u~p, 1i1l its:; ".te utihjzcd 101' t hoe cii-1 ltely nHeededl soil tiy at am increased
I tus ex pots 115(11ofIthle Lit erariy lbuiild- I I;ii cc,
i.Tius meanus thataI u le w site ".fAn est inus I of the fundms needed I
"hiouldl be pllinchas( for the Tabiora- for thle pOe; s f sites ment[ioned

..,. r.a+.i. v.r.r r '+lew! w .vv+r wr M°*R'+r, .w+nt. al

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when we have a fleet of
Sedans at your servicee,
to take you any-where
in Ann. Arbor? Our rate

(a) The Heavens PFroplaim........................... Beethoven
(b) Golcodnight, FI~arewell........................ ..... Kugken
~High School Chorus
(a) Gia 11 Sole Dal Gange ..............................Svarlatti
{b) Lunji. Dal Caro Tene ........ ............... ........: ecchi
Loretto. Degnan
(a) Spinning, Chorus, from ' 'Fying, Dutchman" . ............ Wagner
(b) Calm ,Is the Night....... ....... ... ...............Bohm
Gis lee ,Club
Angelus from "Scenes Pittoresques" . .............Massenet
H ay p .Er,smhle
Aria, "phi!: Mon Fils" from ',=Le Prophete . .......... .. .*eeb
'Miss Degnan
"Lovely Appear" .fr'.om "The Redemnption~"................. Gounod
Geral'dine Schlemmzer, Soprano
Boys' and girls'. Qlee Clubs
Supplication ............. ....................... L Forge
lbawin in 'the Desert.................................... .Ross
Tfihe' Rain 'Song .......................................... Hahn
=Bolero ........................ .. ..................... Arditi
Suite, "Alice in.Wonderland" ............ Edggar, $tillnman :.Kelley
Alice on Her' Way
Thae Wlte IRabbit
-In NWoiderland
Th~e I3aiiquet of ;the Red .Queen
Chil}4ren's .1iestivai Chorus'
=FO'urth May Festival Concert
FR') lz;Y 'yN C, IAY 22,;5:%0O'U1LOCK
Soloist
:L.awen~lce , 4bett, B1urtone
Tie ;Clflcago 4yMpilony 9rchetra-lIIr. Frederick Stock, :Conucntor
Trelude, Act ;III, "A Basso Porto"....................... Spinelli
Syrapliony, No. 3, F~ major, Op. 90....................... Brahma
Aria, "Vh"from- "ThP Maskedi Ball" ...........Verdi
"Lawlrejce Tibbett
"Aria, "vjio ugitive,'. from "" erolia~Ie" ............... Massenet
A)r. ;III"pel
tiuite, '"From fjnland," Op. 24.............Palm ren
Minuet ini Popular Style"
"D~'tce of the .Falling Leaves",
Aria, Farids 'Whiohogue"' from "Falstaff".............. .... Verdi
"Ascent o~f Eranhmilde's Rock and Pl iaie" from "Siegfried"
. . . . .. ... . . .... .. . . . .W agner
FifthMay FestivA Coiicert
S11T~'ItnAY AF!FERNOO_,N, 1[A)' -9, 2:30 O'CLOCK
Soloist
'Il * Aiggo Synipiuo Y 4frchestr'a-mr, Frederick Stock,' Conductor
PROGRAM
Suite, N'o.. f3, ID major .....,................... .... ach
Overture ' _

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Students oft'h le arc'(hiitectura1 ('0-
lege who will miale thle inspiection
trip, will leave l'or IDetin'(itat .9:101
o'clock today fr'onm Pa cki'd and Sta te
streets, biy interurban. In the muorn-
ing the party will visit D~eti'oit br'ick
manufacturimng plants. At noon the
students will he guests of Chiarles A.
Blowen at a luncheomn. It is under
Mr. Bowen's auspices that thme trip is
being made.
In thle aftem'noon two groups will be I
iniade 'of, the Visit lug students, one
group going to the Pewabic Pottery
works and( the sec'ond~ to thme Russel
Wheel and Foundry, company's plant.
All students makinig the trip will
lie exc'use'd fi'om thbeir (lasses.
Patr'onize lly Advertisers - itI
hays.--Adyv.?.

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Pormmnt ly on Di splay at
Guy Woolfolk & Co.
33iO South State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
l asts and atterns exclusively our own desi~'

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BROADWAY AT 40'x" STREET 144 WEST 42"O STREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BlUILDING
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Francue .............. 9,0.04)
Holland.............. 10100
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Treat Your May, Festival Guests
to a
LIGHT LUNCH
at the :Fountain Room beautiful
Toasted. Sandwiches

Gigue
Symphony, No. , C minor............................ Beethoven
Allegr'o " cbfibrio;
And~ante con moto;
Allegro; Allegro.
Intermision
Concerto, for' Violin and OrchestraDm o ....Thakwk
Can onetta-Andante;
Fipale-Allegro vivacissirno
At~schn Elman,
rSixih May Festival .£on'Wert
4AWtRJn4v E-YENI G, 4rAY E7, $:f)0 9'CLOCI(
"LA GIOCONDA'
An P "ncltlelII
AnOpera in Four Adts
CAST
PROGRAM
La Gioconda ' .. ..................... Frances Peralta
Laura..... ............................. Augusta Lienska
La Cieca ... .............................. Kathryn Meisle
Enzo .......... ..... ............. ...' Mario Chamnlee
Barnah . . ........... ......... Vicente Ballester

Qavottes I and II
Bouree

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Salads

Desserts

Anmy inei, Ship, Cruise, ITour'
Isf, 2eitd Cabin or' 3rd (las
r n .imrnu rn

Imported Einglish Flatfoots

Hot Toddy
Tea, Coffee or Chocolate
Ice Creams and Ices

$300

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