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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925

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FACULTY MEMBERS
TO VISITSCHOOLS
Will Inspect High Schools Of State
Which Seek Nomination To
Accredited List
EDMONSON IN CHARGE
Twenty six members of the faculty
have been selected to visit hi.gh
schools throughout the state during
the first semester which desire an
accredited relationship with the Un-
iversity for their graduates. The
work is being done under the general
direction of Prof. J. B. Ehnonson,
who holds the position of high school
inspector for the University, and
serves on the committee on diploma
schools,
The University was the first major
institution in the United States to
accredit high school, the recommend-
ed graduates of which were admitted
without entrance examinations.
The accrediting plan had its origin
in a resolution adopted by the facul-
ty in 1871 and confirmed by the Board
of Regents the following year. The
idea was suggested by President
Henry S. Frieze, but the principle
work of develorin;g and perfecting the
system was done ':ader the direction
of President James B. Angell.
The growth of the number of ac-
credited schools has been rapid in
recent years. At present there are
t75 public high schools and 65 private
and parochial schools on the accredit-.
ed list. Students of these 440 schools
and those which have been visited by
University authorities in the last two
years, represent more than 95 per
cent of the total high school enroll-.
ment in the state.a
Anti - Swindling
Bureau Wears On
Security Fakers
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-In an effort
to rid the country of security swindl-
ers, a securities fraud investigating
4ureau was established in the New
Yorkr Stock exchange a year ago.
The results achieved by this bureau,
in co-operation with the. .state and
federal authorities and with better
fbusiness bureaus, have been excel-
lent, according to an official of the
stock exchange.
"Concerted effort by all those as-
sociated with the New York Stock ex-
change, and the full use of its fraud
bureau, will be most helpful in this
campaign against security swindlers,
-who are a menace to legitimate busi-
ness and to the country," added this
exchange official.
Blue Pencil Club
Founded At Texas
AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 18.-Emulating
the famous Blue Pencil club of New
York city, composed of nationally
known feature writers, nine Univer-
sity of Texas students have formed a
Blue Pencil club at that school, and
have applied for a charter from the
national organization. Irvin S. Cobb,'
nationally known humorist, and a
member of the New York charter, has
been chosen adviser of the local or-
ganization.
DENVER.-Basalt, a little town to
the west, is so prosperous it has ask-
ed the state public utilities commis-
sion permission to provide water to
its residents free of charge.
WASHINGTON. The first light- x
house built by the United States as
an independent government is at Cape
Henry, at the entrance of Chesapeake
bay, ;lnished in 1792. I

CHICAGO.--It took 300 men, six
p otor trucks and a specially con-
structed cx'ane to put a door on a
bank vault. The door weighed 336, -
000 pounds.

Mohammedans Inflamed Over Syrian Massacre
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BN PO UCAON STUDENTS IENROLL ENTAT
ILLINOIS DROPS
GE T LI L AN FORM G R TECLUB L NANov.8.-Althoughthere
- '~were 11,212 students matriculated in
For the advancement of the social
Government Loan And Several Large and educational interests of its mem-
Municipal Issues Are bers, a Graduate Education club wastinued dropping out of students has
Contemplated organized last night at a meeting of caused the enrollment to drop to 9,991.
the graduate students of the School The freshman class makes up almost
RGANHEADoP Eduction. e yorganizationone-half of the undergraduate body.
1 MORGRAN HEADS GROUP1 whichl will meet every two weeks, The men outnumber the women' about
-will include more than 40 students. three to one.
(By Associated Press)
HONGKONG. - Demand for old
NEW YORK, Nov. I8.-Conferences LIMBURG. - Karl Augerstein, a I newspapers from America has fallen
now proceeding in New York between paralytic, who last December killed in China and more than 8,000,000
bankers and members of the Italian eight members of his household after pounds of overissue papers are stored;
1debt funding commisuion headed by enticing them separately to his bed- in Hongkong.
Count Volpi, are expected to prepare side, was beheaded yesterday.
the way for the flotation of a $50,000,- NE____RK.Fried________ in
i I NEW YORK.Friends of Mussolini
000 loan to Italy within the next fort- For every article for sale, there is wish to provide him with a bullet-
night. a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds. proof vest.
Several banking groups have made
!bids for the business, but is it un-
derstood that J. P. Morgan & Co. will

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head the underwriting syndicate and
that later, they will advance another
$50,000,000 loan to absorb the ex-I
change stabilization credit now out-
standing.
Actual negotiations have been open-
ed for several municipal and indus-
trial bond issues, which will follow I
the Italian goverment loan. The City
of Rome is discussing a $20,000,000
loan for its Institute of Public Utilty
enterprises and Naples also is men-
tioned as a possible borrower.
BERLIN.-The cabinet authorized
Foreign Minister Stresemann to draft
the necessary bills giving effect to the
treaties negotiated at Locarno.

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High feeling among Mohammedans as a result of French methods in subduing Syrian rebels is paus-
ing worry among European nations with interests in the East. Graphic photos, taken following massacres in
Damascus show (top) angry natives talking of retaliations, while French soldiers stroll watchfully about;
and (bottom) a few of the thousand Syrians killed in bombardment of the city.
Art And Painting Local Cow Places HAVANA.-Jose Maria Zayas, col-
lector of customs of the port of Ha-
Subiect Of Paper In Select Class vana and nephew of former Presi-
dent Zayas, has been suspended.
"Art and Painting" was the sub- Raleigh's Convent Dora 318640, a
ject of a paper read last night by nine year old Jersey cow owned by MELBOURNE. - All members of
Prof. DeWitt H. Parker of the philos- A. H. Goss, of Ann Arbor, has quali Premier Bruce's government have
ophy department to a meeting of that fled for the register of merit of the en re-electd with the exception of
r American Jersey Cattle club. She has Senator R. V. Wilson.
department. The meeting was held at {just cmpleted an official 365 day test
the home of Professor Parker, East in which she produced 582.58 lbs. of d 2814 Iilbls. lhf milIk.iIIIliI itIlit
University avenue, fat and 12814 lbs. of milk. =

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BEST PRICES
For Men's Used Clothing.
Phone 4310 115 W. Washington
H. BENJAMIN
Irving Warnmats5O S
CHIROPODIST AND
ORTHOPEDIST
707 N. university Ave. Phone 21212

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And ask that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
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and
OUTSIDE PICTURES
BY LYNDON
Your opportunity to obtain a lasting re-
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house party. Also outside groups of
reunions after the games.
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 North University Ave. Phone 4514

SPECIAL CHINESE DISHES!
Have you tried them yet?
They are all prepared by a Chinese chef.
Drop in the next time you are in Ypsi.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
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