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R F : 4 :az THE MICHIGAN DAILY

nil,~~~~ dents what to think but to teach themi J7jlA k' " "
WI5CONow to tik and then to trust thers l
H19 tot'cel what to think as year by To Admit Berlin
ya:' they facee changingfct
,. ,r I"The Univrsity of Wisconsin (Ioes,
~interior deecratormihfunsyor
vGlenn Frank D~eclares IUniverity oous; it exists to free your minds. I
Should Prove 1Retreait lroi ; The ,scoo (does not exist merely to;
World of IDog'ma train you to be clever competitors in! .........
the wVorld( as it is; it exis.ts to help
yuto bec(ome creative co-ope rators
STRESSES ORIGINALITYyo
Irn the making of the worl d as it ought
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 7. - Glenn to be"
F~rank, new president of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, set forth his edu- Guthe Receie
cational policy to 2,100 freshmen and
a large number of upperclassmen at ,,~,-
the annual varsity welcome here last 1 u i t oi l 1
week when he .said, "The University~ ~o e s
of Wisconsin exists to free your ~ ~ c ai iuie eitn
mind."psr z
Reports that President Frank is a the' customs andl costumes of the na.
strong and fearless educator were tines ot Manilla have beeIn received I
supported by statements made during by D~r. CariF. Guthe, of the anthro-
his lecture. "In the University of pology depairtment. The- models, of
Wisconsin" said the new executive,I which thre *are 23, were purchased by
"I opeyo ma fnd tmpoar re.lDi. Cuthe during his stay in th
treat from the world in which you ilipns n r eakbei
may become emancipated from the their accurateness regarding color, I
dead dogmas, the obsolete opinions, cohs and trueness of detail. A fewj ail. de Ilargerie!
the irrational inhibitation, the silly!o them illustrate the primitive methi- Th German government chose 1Lxi
superstitions, the foolish fears, and ods the natives use in fishing and inj
the owadlycauion tht cushandtilling the soil, while others reveal (Ide Margerie, French,. ambassador to
killthe neduatedmind" 1diffeenut. aspects of the nationial gamy, IBerlin, to present its petition for ad-A
kIl theth uneducated mind."htig. ;mission to the League of Nation s to
the class rooms of this uoivthe Philippinesgcockounghting.
city you will hear many doctrines dis-, The fi-gurInes were made by natives th eau oucl
cusedbutin he eepst ens ofliving a few miles from Manilla and
cussd, bt inthe eepet sese o
the word it is not the business of arc life-like in every detail. SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR DAH,
this university to fill your mind; with
doctrines. As I have said many times _______________________
and in many places, it is not the bus- IRC-
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