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January 05, 1926 - Image 2

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Dr. Melldejohn Stresses Weai.lness
Of Present Educational
System At Parley

Worst Fogs In Years Darken British Capital

NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-"Ameri can V. .*.*~
colleges today are turning out Unedu-
cated men,," was the indictment hurl-
ed at the present educational system I
of the United States by Dr. Alexan 1er
iVleiklejohn, 1~ormer president of Am-
herat college, speaking at the opeum . .
6f the Intercollegiate Parley of East- ...
era colleges on American education at
Wesisyan university. . ~
Dr. Meiklejolin developed his theme. .~:~r'.
"The College of the Wuture." b~ ~ ~ ~ ... .,......,
ing out the "sha~~ ;~is'' ~-~p.;1 ~y nd .......~..j. /...
the only two sets 01 l)eOpie ~ d ~.
to the college, teachers and um1~~
graduates. "In the college of the fi~
tu~re these two must and will be free." ......**...~ ~ .
he told undergraduates from 27 col-...................*::*:.:.
leges. "Students in the fLture will
have escaped the present ensiavery 1 ~
forced upon them by the present'
method of instruction. The college Surface traffic in London is operating under dangerous conditions, IJusiriesS is at a standstill, nud the
will act as though the student has government is desperately endeavoring to discover means of dispelling the gicun,, as the woist logs in years
come to develop himself, and the re- hold British capital in their grasp, giving the city unending night. This photo 01 Victoria monument, taken at
lation with the professor will he as mid-"day," shows the situation.
one between a master and apprentice,
-both will be studying to master a I
"The colleges today turn out men Engineers' Study Aids Industry Read the Want Ads
who are not educated, who haven't B'i, Investiisation Of
been taught the beauty of thought in "'
books and who never again read
boolt~. So the student must be freed With the co-operation of Michigan materials sui)plied l)y the different Back
froi~ the present system of instruc- foundrymen, the department of en- foundries in the definite . research
from v~
tion, a~d so must the teacher be freed
from the necessity of teaching so that gineering research is conducting an in- I winch began Oct. 1.
probably most
he himself can continue his study, and vestigation of the properties of core ~fl~ vaba or Ike work Ic the indus-
do it hand and hand with the stu- binders which has consider~ ble eCOii- ti'y lies in the PrAllcf JOfl of standard
dent." omic importance to the entire indus- iflelho(I5 for obtaining properties ~ ~ 1 ~ -~,,

Will Ts'~iae Aunouncenient Oi Conrse~
And Advice For RegNtruf 14)11;
('onimiltee hours Arranged
Early next week a supplementary
announcement outlining new courses I
which will be offered next semester,
will be issued, in preparation for the
literary college classifications which
will be held .Jan. 18 to 21, it was I
announced yesterday by Miss Florence
Mohr, recorder. Sheets of instruction
are also being prepared for students'
During the four (lays which have
I been allotted for classification in the
literary college, the recorder's office in
University hail will be onen all (lay
where students may enroll in courses
whicl do not require election through
I a classification committee. The fresh-
man an(l sophomore elections com-
mittees, and departmental classifica-
tion committees will be in session
(luring afternoons only, in rooms 1025
a41 1035 of Angell hall.
The schools of Business Administra-
~tion and Education are also prepar-
ing for classification at the same time
that literary students will elect.
BUENOS AIRES. - The Argentine
republic faces the new year confi-
dently and in good financial condition.

1'Vill Survey City .'.. 'YAe largest sell;
To Make New Map quulh~y pencil
in the worU
Rex ision of the city map which i
issue(l in Univer~;ity ~buhetin~, I a'-~
been ordercd.
To tli1s end, the buildings and black
groun(ls (Iepartment has started a new degrees Superlative in quality,
survey of th~ city. University lilillil the world-famous
ings, public buildings, schools, church- 3
es, and streets xviii be marked on the ~oPY1n
map which is to be ready in time for
publication in the bulletins of the
year 1926-1927. . give best service and
longest wear.
- Rubber ends, per ~oz. 1.20
I PAY - Buy Plain ends, per dot, si.oo
BEST PRICES a Amer~ all d&z Co.
For Nen~s Used Clothing, dozen 220 lFifth Ave., N.Y.
Phone 4310 1l~ W. Washington __________________

IJaHIllH $ ,,.
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which could be given in specifications

]!~et Operating In come Is $137,(199,986;
Rate Of Return ~.23 Per Cent
Net operating income of the Class I
railroads representing a total mileage
of 236,628 miles, for the month of
October, 1925, amounted to $137,699,-
986 which Is at the annual rate of
return of 5.23 per cent on property
investment,~ according to reports just
filed by the railroads witfr the bureau
of railway economics.
Gross operating revenues of the
~1llass I railroads in October totaled
$591,313,021, as compared with $572,-
870,675 during the same month last
year. Operating expenses totaled
$410,351,842, compared with $404,037,-
942 during the same month last year.
Expenditures for maintenance of
equipment during October amounted
to $110,427,491, decrease of nearly
$2,850,000 below October, 1924. Fewer
freight cars and locomotives on the
railroads of this country were in need
of repair In October than at any time
since January, 1924.
The net operating income of the
Class r roads for the ten-month period
ending October, 1925, amounted to
$985,047,505, which was at the annual
rate of return of 4.83 per cent on prop-
erty value, and compares with $806,-
665,604 earned during the same period
last year.
The increase in net earnings was
due not only to the fact that freight-
traffic during the ten-month period in
1925 wa~ approximately 5.7 per cent
greater than the corresuondin~ neriod

ng. Wecalifor
The work was started early last I for core 1)inders. At the present
spring unde the direction of Prof. H. time this (siOriGmic liurchase of ma- and deliver.
L. Cc~mpbell of the mechanical engine- tei~ials is (Iii}lCUit. 'rue l)roducts are
ering department. For the first three fliaI'ked on the basis of trade names
months, special attention was given to and are iiot uniform throughout, it is
the design and installation of testing sai(l. The research oh' tL2 department The M OE LAUNDRY
equipment. During this time numer- will est a bush rt andards for testing
ens samples of commercial sands and the charactemsfics ci Ilie materials 2~4 N. Main Street Dial 3916
core binders were collected from used as core binders, which include
many sources. Previously, the (IC- various types of oils, starch, rosin and
partment had developed a satisfactory pitch. ~mIIl1iiiIIIgilIIIIllIIllIIIIiiwijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiv. IIIHI~III1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW~
metho4 of making uniform cores, and I This problem is lypical of tfie work ~ Ii~ihIIiilIIlIII
submitting them to certain tests. being done by Ilils branch of Ihe Uni- j E
These processes were applied to the Versity. The (lepanment was esfab~1 Frog, and Dinners
____________________ Uflicken Steak
lished five years ago as a medium I 2
1through which manufacturers of the Served at 2
i~II~ 1=
11111 11711 I state might henelit from the research
P UDLIWi S[~DNll I~UL facilities ol tbc Lnive~y. BOULEVARD INN
II Michigan concerns by investigatin~w - -
OF DEPARTMENT PAPE are too COD) pr hensiyc (ir Iiie equip-. ~E from noon till midnight. E
various indusi rial proecsses which - Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
Carrying with it holiday greetings, mont of mesl. campariies.
the year's second issue of the Build-, ~ ________ --______ Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
ings and Grounds department News, I -._________________________________________________ ,
a department organ, appeared Jan. 1.1 b
The publication, containing 12 pages,' Tf ddb I0H~ N OICS j]j
gives news of the department's ac-1C
Referring to an editorial published1
in The Daily, the paper says: "On the! Wi it~ 1 c i". 1 Lb fl

Picture chances of winter sports, college
to keep, very rarely "repeat."
Make sure that you make your chailces
by handing us your films for finishing.

good evory time,

The expertness of our finishers flis them to
handle your best negatives. Thcy use the
paper that best fits those negalive.', cveri,
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morning of Dec. 17, The Daily ran an I
editorial entitled "Break It Up",1
which suggested the construction of
a vestibule between Angell hall and
University hall as one of two reme-
dies to handle the congested condi-
tions when class hours were changing.
"At 11 o'clock on the same morning, I
complete detailed plans were laid be-
fore Secretary Smith for approval,
and on the first day of vacation op- I
erations were started."
Want a room? Read Page Seven
and use the Classified columns.-Adv. I

Themes and riIies~
as iXuglit at
usiness ollege
State and William Sts.

i/toot it/he Llh.gm

"Style, is of Paramount Importance"


last year but also ~o increased eflici- I~AIIIIIIIIIlIIlIIllIIIIiIIIlIilliiIIIiiiIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilIiiI 1111111 11115 lll.IhhEllWElll1iIi!IiliJ- 1
ency and economy in the operation of
I- -,
th'e railroads, in large part the result i 2 E~f. IItit~~Ir l~l~rv-~z~
and Be
of the large capital expenditures that' .L.d(LL~ L..'I1IIiX~ iVii~..~IIjo
have been made since 1922. 1=
Gross operating revenues for the 2 Drop in some time and enjoy some of our Chillese I
first ten months this year amounted - 2 Dishes. They are sneciallv
to $5,129,774,464, compared with $4,- ~ prepared izy a kA inese
976,508,497 during the corresponding chef.
period in 1924. Operating expenses 2
totaLed $3,809,091,395, as compared 2 "A fine place to eat and be entertained."
with $3,803,794,317 during the first ten 2
months of the year 1924. COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
SOFIA.-The Ethnographical Mu- 2
seum, has been robbed of coins, stat- 2 14 NORTH WAS HINGToN-YPSILANTI I
ues and other objects valued at 2 .
$500,000. I

U. ~

Now Is the Time

For all Michigan students to express
their appreciation of the services
rendered the University by its Chris-
tian associations, working under
student control, on the theory that
A Better Michigan is a Greater :chigan

Student Presidents and Stewards come and
go but she's the one who runs "the house"
with particular attention to the table.
She's pledged more freshmen than the
Oldest Living Grad and saved more money
than the Treasurer by pinning her faith
and reputation to
Hot or Cold ~A11 year'round
as a food to build keen brains and sound
bodies for her boys (or girls as the case
may be). Shredded Wheat combines all
the elements you need for perfect nutri-
tion, balanced to provide the ideal combi-
nation of salts, bran vitamins and iron to
build good brain, blood and bone.
Meet Mrs. Matron ~nd make your next
7.30 breakfast out of Shredded Wheat.





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Store $35.

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Our Spring Hats are here -- also
our Spring Suits. Come in while
the choice is large.

"Dress liVell and Succeed"

A valuable agency in that it offers every
student an opportunity for development of

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