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TI-1F- MICI-- TGAN DAILY

TTTT-P, IIPAY, MAY 27, 152G

WAGE TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1D~

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SUMMER EUCTION
Instruction In Library )fetshous "11ii
Be Repeted Uder Dretiok
Of Bishop
NEW TEACHERS ADDED
Opportunity will be given to teach- 1
ers to increase their professonal efi-1
ciency by the inclusion of more than
100 courses in the various phases of
education in the summer session be-k
ginning June 21, statedl an announce-
ment issued yesterday by Dean Ed-
ward LL. Kraus of the summer session.
Ma' features which are not offered
during the regular school' term are
listed in the announcement Enroll-
ment for the Biological station in
nrthern Michigan has already ex-
ceeded capacity, although an addition-
al 20 students are to be included in
the registration this year.
Instruction in library methods will
be given again this year under the
direction of Librarian William W.
Bishop. Courses in public health and
hygiene, an exclusive summer session
feature; are also included in the bule-
tin. Members of the Michigan oaci-
ing staff will conduct the sumnner
coaching- school which will be under
the supervision of Fielding LI. YoSt,
director of intercollegiate athletic.
Prominent educa ors from various
sections of the country wil give se-
ral demonstration curses in the Uni-
versity high school in science' read-
ing, English, social studies, Latin,
mathematics, and shop. "crThlose
courses," stated Dean Kraus "will
~give the classroom teachers an unex-
celled opportunity to become familia
with the most modern methods in the
field of subject matter."
According to Dean Kraus, the great-
er part of the subjects taught in the
School of Education Auring the sum-
mer are designated especially for
teachers Ivho, employed during the
year, are unable 'to increase their
knowledge during the regular term.
Vacation W ork
h Advocated By
DeanrLCooley
"In order that engineers 1)e compet-
c t to judge other things, look out-
side, your specialized field, because
all work, no matter what it is, is edmu-
cating," urged Dean Mortimer E. Cool-
ey, in an address before the freshman
engineering class yesterday, in avo-
eating that men of that class go to
work during vacation instead of tak-
ing a vacation.
The necessity of learing to think forj
oneself, and being competent to judge
cther fields is greater, at present, ac-
cording to Dean Cooley, because this
i. eriod is experiencing one of the
strangest drives of organized propo-
gandla that this world has ever known.
Ilie decried the modern newspaper ed-
~icrial which people are expected to
"swallow."
"People are not doing enough think-I
ag anyhow," declared Dean Cooley,
"and are content to be lead around by
the nose." Russiani propoganda was
given as an example of Dean Cooley';
d c claratibns.
The only remedy, according to Dean
Cooley, is to collect all the facts pos-
saible on a subject, think it over for a
lrong time, and then draw your own
conclusions.
BERLIN.- Prof. Karl floll, privy
ccuncillor, eminent chiu ch hiistorian
and member of the faculty of Berlin
univesity, is dead at 60.

Old Stronghold Of Paderewski
Transfers Loyalty To Pilsudski3

PUBLICTIONS OF TERM / AT THETHEATERS
u~1E BY lOHICISS IToday-Screen
jArcade-"For Heaven's Sale
Announcement was made yesterday1 fetrn HaodLy.
iy the zoology department of the dis- Majestic - Ibanez' "Torrenlt,"'
tribution to all institutions on the de- wt iad otzadGV
partment's mailing list, of the many I th Raro Ci ezai}( e
1unblicatioi-, of the faculty and ad- taGro
vanced students that have appeared I Wuerth-"Red Ilot Tires," with
during the p~resent semester. Monte Blue and(I at:; lhtd tii
Amrong the essavs are: Two papers I Mle~
by Prnof. George R. LaRue on trema-_____
ules. two papers on the structure of 1 oI~-tg
pi etclplasm and a review by Prof. L.
V. Ilolilbraimn, two papers on Coleop-1 Garrick (Detroit) -"The Grandl
era by Dr. Melville H. hatch, treatise Duhs n h atr"b
on .amrinlii1nS andl reptiles by Frank Garrick Stock company, witinij
N. Ellanchard. a thesis on protoplasm-. AnIadn adbb Pt
is viscosity by Dorothy Fetter; grad, ers.'
and a paper on the physiological basis ____
of wing p roduction in the grain aphid ost1'Plyoue( ti1)-
b'y Lloyd Ackerman, grad. I j "Lr.ord and Lady Al~y," w1 hI i
The department is also distributing I William Favershami.
with the above, a new bibliography of*
prapers from the I3iological station of' I_____________
th nvritpbihermJl 1920, to Dec. 31, 1924, and compris- BRUSSELS. - Ratification of .the'
irng 56 titles. Washington debt agreement is on a ci'
-- the principal planks in the miinister-
Let The Daily sell it for you thru ial declaration of the new Cabine~it
I lie (la.siieii colmnuns.-Ady. headed by IHenri Jaspar.

I IN"J1.TMEr F

N GOD A P EA KA N C E K{

- rl- t4' A PV I !V V C J i tv C tw i i

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Lord Chesterfield
-e -the best-drcssed man of all timne, said:
Let me remain conspicuously inconspiclfous inl the things' I
wear. If a friend can recall, tomnorrow, what I had, on
today, I have failed in my effect." College men, in their
preference for The U suit, show a perfect under,;Imd ing
and application of Chesterfield's principles, of dress.

Hotel Bazar in Posen, the official headquarters of Ignace Paderewskij
when he was premier, is now occupied mostly by government officers;. Posen
is one of the important cities which went over to Marshal Josef Pilsudskii
n the recent revolt.
Forestry Profession Calls Many
Michigan Men To Far East Servicel

DURING MONTH OF MAY.
Roll Films Developed
So EACH
Rtegularr Price 15e
if you purchase a New Film (same size)
when you bg the exposed film in.
OUR ILMS ARE FRESH
Our twenty-one years' experience
is your guarantee of best results.
siDtr.tWD 1905

The U Sui
by Kuppenheitner.

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-belongs 11te aristocracy of
fine tailoring. straight hanin
-natural shoulders-three but-
tonls---notclhed lapels-no vent.

Michigan is more than well repre-
sented in the Far East in the forestry
profession, saidl S. M. Mathews, forest
conservator to the government of
British North Borneo, in an interview
yesterdlay.. Mr. Mathews has just re-

cently returned from his station in
the wilds of North Borneo where he
is in charge of the British government!
forestry service.
"Several Michigan men" he con-
tinued, "have gone to the East, some
have died, one was killed by natives,
a few have returned and others oc-
cupy important posts. Of the few
Michigan men of my acquaintance in
the East perhaps the following are
some that I have kept track of: MV.j
Donald Knapp, '10, was employed in
the Philippine forest service for sev-
eral years and then entered the em-I
ployee of the U. S. Rubber company
where he is now in charge of the Sum-
a tra office. Herbert G. Stout, '09, was
also in the Philippine forest service
and later entered the cocoanut plant-
king lbusiness. E. H. Pjoundl, '07, was
located in Singapore and died .froma
tropical disease in Hong Kong in 1916.
H-arry D. Everett, '04, was killed by

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natives in the Philippines in 1908. I'
followed him in the same territory
but was unable to find out the cause
of his death.
"There, are many opportunities in.
the East," declared Mr. Mathews inj
conclusion, "especially in the rubber
business. The figures of the investi-
gating commission headed by Seere-
LayHoover show that today there is a
1,000,000 acre shortage of rubber.
Seventy five percent of the rubber pro-
duced is used in the United States.
I Seventy percent of the rubber growing
land is controlled by the British so
that new fields will have to be planted
by the American interests.
Mr. Mathews for 11 years was en-
gaged in exploring and mapping the
territory of North Borneo. Five years
were spent in the organization of a
forestry department for the North
Borneo government of which he is in
charge.
METZ, France.-The General Asso-
cieation of War Wounded is against
ratification of the debt-funding agree-
ment with the United States.

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Spanis4 Love!
SHE angher way into the
Shearts f men -- this gor-.
geous siren of Old Spain!
Until she was swept away her-
self in a tidal wave of passion!
Here is the greatest love story
by the famous author of the
Four Horsemen," now a mar-
velous screen achievement,
with a perfect casts.

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But let that go! The advice is just as serious ai
sound as though it were couched in the caref

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Just get yourself a jimmy-pipe and fill the
bowl to the brim with Prince Albert. Light up,
and let the first fragrant whiff tell you that no

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fellow ever wished for in a smoke.
P. A. can't bite your tongue or parch your
throat. The Prince Albert process settled that
in P. A.'s freshman year. Get yourself a tidy
red tin of Prince Albert today. The first load-up
will tell you why pipes are so fashionable among
young men today.

P. A. is sold ever ywhlere im
tidy red tins, pound and haltf
pound tin humidors, and
pound crystal-glass humidors
with sponge- moistener top..
And ahbdys with every bit of
bite and parch removed by,
the Prince Albert process.

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