SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1925
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
+ 1 1L 1TI-IF M lT.Vi(CAMY 1ATI .Y
University Represent ed At Chicago
And Pittsbuirgh At English
An iD lram at'Covetion~s
Globe Flier Says
Army Air Service!
Offers No Future
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Following presentation of papers, I F r e lc i-a airplane designer in France for the!l NASHVILIjE.-The Tennessee Ac-
PoesrC pbl opndgeneral 3reguet firm. The war over, he at-, ademy of Science at its' closing ses-
discussion of problems is suggested' tudent ~le temnpted to enlist in the French avia- s ion here adopted a resolution de-
by the papers. - ,.. tion service, but was rejected and ploring and urging repeal of the Ten-
In Mvoroccan W~ar entered the foreign legion, whose nessee anti-evolution statute..
A~ai I~aninroster contains the names of more
Dur Mi ngl ekamino Ith Uivr than 35 other Americans. ATLANTA.-The precedent set by
Sbus sity (g' W ek- drt~ Demonstrating unusual service and Bryn Mawr in placing the stamp of
f ifrom 1904 to 1908 and graduate~ spirit, Cole was promoted to colrporal approval on smoking by women Stua
of the Massachusetts Inst itute of. Tech- and1 sergeant within nine months, an! dents, finds scant sympathy among
Warnings in the literary college nology jdrcetyi Fec m- xetoa record for the legion. Un-?suhr olgs
Are to be turned into the office of1 pital a result of wou-i(s suffered in! til hurried assistance was sent to i ~ aaet tSeb
Assistant Dean Wilbur R. Humnphreys; the service of1 l Fren~ch ioreign Morocco by France. the foreign legion; Schubert Lafayette N ig1to, 50C to $3
by the college faculty no latter than; legion in !Ioroc co. Cole received the had been the main force in holding'Tusdy esBeasez.st.mtg~o a + at.
' , 1aginst Abd-el-Krim's Tatsdtasts. at, $. at a., oe O$
5 o'clock Monday. fatal wound in a small military op;era- atcs e ailc80
Slips notifying students and par- till near TanaZ, being the sole n- Cole's lieutenant, Hamilton, deco- I l h WEEK
ents or guardians of defficiencles in ber of his unit to be hit. t rated his grave at Casablanca. I The STUDENT PRINCE
work, will be mailed probably during A -resident of Detroit and a Negro,: The Musical Triumph of a Generation
the latter part of this week. Cole worked during the war as an P 1AY YOUR tSUBSC~iIPTION NOW. company of 150
Five represented the University at
conferences held in Chicago and Pitts-
burgh during the past week, the Na-.
S tional council of teachers of English
'meeting in Chicago, while representa- r .
tives of the drama in American uni-
versities and little theaters gathered }
At the annual meeting of the Na-.
tional council of teachers of English, 1
held in Chicago, Professors C. C. Friesi
and . J. Campbell of the English d-
partment, and Prof. F. N. Scott of the rh toi d p rt etre rsetd h
University. j ~ ~ *i
Professor Fries acted as chairman !
in the sessions of the college English
session Friday and Saturday and in
the last session presented a paper
on the subject "Testing the Academic
Preparation of Teacher of English". Lt Leigh Wade, one of the army's
Professor Campbell read a paper on a oundthe-world fliers, is preparing
"Graduate Work in English" during to resign 'from the air service be-f
the Saturday morning session of the! cause he testified in the Mitchell
Scollege English section. Professor1 court-martial proceedings. "it offers
Scot lea dicusson o a aperpre very little for the future."
'ented by John M. Clapp of the school
of retailing of New York university,; attended the Chicago meeting.
on "The Place of English in Amei-I Prof. Oscar J. Campbell of the Eng-
can Life", during the general ss-j lish department attended the confer-
sion. ence on the drama in American uni-
Mrs. Norma D. Solve and Miss Lila vrsi ties and little theaters, held at
Reynolds of the department of Eng- the Carnegie Institute of Technology
lish of the University high school also in Pittsburgh.
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