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'.PUESDAY iAl' iRCI12, 1926

,THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRI~t

YOUTH INITIATIVE Organizes Great

Air Meet For U. S
UPHELD RY CUR
Sap t) s \)jjt3 Of Yolunger (generation
"r ,4 Vo~ Q uiw i Vi Word Institl 11011
OPPOSES FRATERNITIES
Queslictionling the institutions and tra-
rdiiOn~ of thie wor'ld is the duty and
privilege of the younger generation,.
according to Dr. Bruce Curry, promi-
vent youth leader, in stating the pur-I
Dose of the Curry conference of col-s I
lege andl university students, held ifi
Detr oit over the week-end. The Uni-f
varsity delegation, under the auspices
of the S. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., num-
bered 20 men and women.
The youth movement, IDr. Curry said,
expresses itself in three ways. One ?
'leele"TeDsfoFreo;inwhich young people get excited over
something. "They don't know where
they are going, but they are on their
way," the speaker said. This class a
was called the "Juvenile Squeaks" by
the Chicago Tribune, Dr. Curry stated.
Ile criticized this group on the
grounds that it does not understand ~*~
1he fundamentals which it attacks.
The next class is the "Back to the°
Rlootsn crowd, which is c"retreating ", ,*'e . .<, * *: :re
for strategic purposes." This groin ~
goes back into the history of the in- ~.:
stitution and into the ideals of what ' ~ent ral Press PhotoV----
they want toiwbring about.rThe con- t
Terence took up the latter side of the I Howard F. Wehrle, Kansas City,
plan, speaking of the contribution of National Aeronautical association of-
Jesus to the idleals of humanity. facial, is in Philadelphia preparing
" h N e A d a c w a th ti l!gi e th t h r m e h d o e x r s i gIth e y o u th m o v e m e n t. T h is c la ss o f! D E T R O IT T H E A T R E S
reformers is composed of those w ho l IH f W E
have completed their study of the fun-
dlamentals. Other students were plac-
ed in "The Never-started Crowd." Ev~II( es. - 50e to $32.501
May oitsincolee if ht y {___ RC Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50 .
Manypoits i colegelif hitby ~-Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
the speaker were: the fraternity sys- The Big Musicomedy Hi!
tern, which he said does not give "fra-
ternity" to those that need it most-
the foreigners; and the honor pledge "Kosner Kitty Kelly"
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LA1BOR, SOCIALPROBLEMS
T .lwo speakers cn labor and social

probilemns will he b~rought to the tUn-
versitv I ibis montli under I hre a uspicesz
of th > hound 'Table (club. aicord~in~a
to John H.-E.illiolt , '26 , prey>idlent of
that organ :,:al oii.
Paul RB lan dlirf, '1, .former edu.-
catilonalI direti (or ox the Ainalaganated
Clothing Workerars of Rochester, *,. Y.,
andl at. the nreseJ ti ri efield sotref a ry
of the League for In dustriial [?f}-
iflocracy. will be), in Anon Arbor fromI
L arc-h 17 to 20, and will speak it sev-
eral open mneeting s. I-le will dliscuss
such subjects at "The ('hi11105 Stuid(int
Strikes"', "Soviet Russia,"' andl 'Around
the World in Steerage'.

On Wednesday afternoon, March 10,
James H. Maurer, president of the
Pennsylvania Federation of Labor,
will speak in Natural Science audi-
torium on the subject "What's Wrong
W'ith t he Coal Indiistry.'" Mr. ?Maurer
is a rneml)er of the Socialist party,
an a w.s the first and only Socialist
ever cleated to the Pennsylvania legis-
laf are. llo l has been active in the la-
hoi nmovinent for 45 years. D~uring
this t hire he has lectured in almost
('Vor, state in the Union, and conl-
I rib'n ed a'rtiles to newspape'rs and
ulgV' ines, inicluding hears".'s, New
York1 lit an, AtlIantic Monthrly, andl
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'NOW )REING TAKENAT )TOE'S
All senior men may now b.e
measured for gowns at Moe's
Sport shop, North University
avenue. All orders must be
placed by March 20.

for the great international air meet
which will be held this summer in
conjunction with the sesquicentennial
celebration.

'DEAN CABOT TO LECTURE
ON MEDICLPROFESSION
Phases of the medical profession
which are opening to graduating doe-
tors will be discussed by :Dean Hugh
M. Cabot of the Medical school, in his
talk on "Medicine-A Profession,"
Friday at 4 :15 o'clock in Natural Sci-
once auditorium. This lecture will be
given under the auspices of the voca-
tional guidance committee of the Stu-
dent Christian association andI is the
first of these lectures to be given in
Natural Science auditorium.
Dean Edmund E. Day, of the School
of Business Administration, will be
IWhitney :. Theatre
j Last Time Tonight
Seats on Sale
$3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
I Messrs. Shubert Present
STU DENT
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IN IEIDELI3EIG
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1160-MALE OHORUS-60
Book and Lyrics
' By Dorothy Donnelly
Music by
! Sigmund Rombherg
Entire Production Under the
Personal Direction of
Mr. J. J. Shubert

the next speaker in the series, speak-
inig March 17 on "Collegiate Prepara-
tion for Business." Arrangements
have also been made with Gordon
Kingsbury, '11, prominent advertising
l man in Detroit, to give a talk to stu-
(ents who are interested in advertis-
ing work. No (definite date has been
set for this lecture, but it will be
given within two or three weeks.
ROME.-Engineer Nubile and the]
Norwegian and Italian members of
Amundsen's next North Pole expedi-
tion now in Rome made an official
trial flight in the dirigible Norges
Saturday.
IPAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

DETROIT AND BGRPID
PEOPLE HEAROR. WELLER
Prof. Carl V. Weller, of the Medical
school, gave two lectures over the
week-end under the auspices of the
University extension division.
Friday night the professor spokb,
before the Detroit branch of the
American Association of Hospital So-
cial Service Workers on "The Next
Step in the Social Hygiene Campaign.
Sunday lhe spoke before the students
of Ferris inusti tut~e and townspeople
at Rig Rapids on "Hygiene and Moral-
ity."

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