THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, .1926
\uEr nil ' E FACULTY ADDRESS ADD SEVEN NEW INSTRUCTORS TO
\ NEWSLCONvENTION ROMANCE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT WII
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SE(Continued from Page One) Seven new men have been added to Taking his undergraduate work at e
FOevnRewMANYACTIVITI o aknghi udegrdutethe t 'coc
that the English employed on news- the rapidly growing faculty of the d- Loyola college, New Orleans, and _
papers may be "just as goodl or bet~. Southwestern Louisiana institute, La-
Rabbi Finkelstein To Speak Sunday ter" than that used in books. Reasons partment of Romance languages this fayette, La., his graduate work at Tu-
At Lane Hall Jewish Servlees for the lower standard of newspaper year. The new men are Frank A. lane university and the University of Meals
On "Tailor-Made Shadows" English was ascribed by the speaker Bonasi, Arthur E. Evans, Charles E. Southern California, Mr. Resweber be- evening
to the rapidity with which news is , Koella, Arthur G. Pineau, Earl A. came an instructor of French at the church,:
TO HAVE COUNCIL DINNER 1handled, and to the number of staff esweber, Herbert M. Sewell, andUniversity of Tennessee, from which William
Lmembers who must handle the ma- Rbert C. Trotter. |position he came to Ann Arbor. Meals
terial from the reporter to the lino-A Mr. Bonasi is a graduate from the ' Mr. Sewell received his bachelor d- evening
With numerous activities planned typer. University of Pennsylvania and a gree here in 1925, his master degree at the c(
for the coming week, the B'nai B'rith I Dean W. R. iiumphreys of the Col- i teacher of French and Italian. Since jin 1926. I-Ie has spent the summer in
Hillel Foundation is starting a regular I lge of Literature, Science, and the Mr. Michal De Filippis has been ad- France. He is a teacher of French.
m i egtainteatrevSiene adt ed toatakealleave ofaabsence hrehis
schedule which it hopes to maintain Arts, declared the "journalists know 1 vised to take a leave of absence by is Having received his bachelor de- HolyC
and even to augment from time to and use the Bible" in his address on physician, due to ill health, Mr. Bon- gree, Mr. Trotter '24, spent two years 8 o'cloc
time. the scriptures and the newspapers. asi has taken charge of his classes. iin France. During his first year there church
At 4 o'clock tomorrow, the regular IHe showed that many biblical refer- I Mr. Evans graduated here a few he was assistant in English in the Memori
Jewish services will be conducted at ences are contained in the news, ed- years ago. He has been teaching Lycee at Thonow-les-Bains. During morning
Lane hal by Rabbi A. H. Finkelstein, itorial, and even advertising depart- I French in the secondary schools for his sceond year he held a similar po- o'clock.
who will address the congregation on ments of the modern newspaper which the past seven years. During the past sition at the University of Toulouse. I are at 1
"Tailor-made Shadows." As usual the are never appreciated by the majority sumner he took graduate work here. student
congregation's own choir. ofreaders Having received his collegiate train- Subscribe for the Michigan Daily. o'clock.
At 7:30 Tuesday in place of the reg- In an address on "The Way It's ing in Switzerland, Mr. Koella went to
ular discussion groups that have been Written," Lawrence R. Conrad of the St. Olaf's college, Northfield, Minn., ,
Inaugurated, Baer Goldman will read rhetoric department explained that where he had charge of the French
a paper on "James Waterman Wise." news writers are more proficient than department. He also was active in
The paper is a criticism of Wise's others because they are profession- French play production work. Ly
stand in the recent controversy with als. The ability of the newspaper Mr. Pineau is a graduate from Loy-
his father the famous Rabbi Stephen writer to give away the plot of the ola college, Montreal. He teaches
S. Wise, over the younger Wise's ac- story in the first pa agraph and still French._
t~ nrenouncing the rabbinate fori hold the reader's interest throughout So p n
v hieh he was studying. James Wise* the article, was admired by Mr. Con-Spp
h as F lace written several books. rad.
In addition to these public activities Explainin; the degeneration of the
announced by the Hillel foundation, interviews as a source of official in-
they have also obtained the services formation, S. B. Conger, Detroit cor-B irdtBydPhone
of Fred Bernstein, prominent Chicago I respondent for the Booth papers, ox-
lawyer, to address a dinner of the Stu- plained that most of the so-called in-
dent council of the organization at terviews now given to correspondents Saves Time - - S
5:30 o'clock tomorrow at the Union. I by diplomats are prepared statements,
Mr. Bernstein will speak as a repre- often compiled by government press lO
sentative of the Jewish Michigan agents. This deprives the correspon- H airShoppe A GREAT many c
alumni and e is said to be bringing dent of the opportunity to ask ues' Goodyear's find it
a message of commendation upon the tions and receive answers directly, he/ Ga i
organization of the foundation here. said. I1Ivenient to shop by phone.
The directors of the foundation are Mr. Conger related several incidents
continually making attempts to secure: of his work abroad, which he char- Just to remind you that Phone shopping saves ti
prominent Jewish men to address the acterized as exciting and often dra- 1its ofn y
congregations on Sunday afternoons matic, In discussing the difficulties t of energy.
hut the only definite information that of onrating under military censor- we specialize in
they have in advance is, that on Dec. ship, Mr. Conger stated that he knew Phone shopping at Go
6, Dr. A. L. Sachar, associate profes- of the German decision to declare un- snick and courteous espo
sor of the department of history at restricted warfare in January, 1916,
the University of Illinois, and lecturer ten days before the news got to the And you will find that
on European history at that school, outside world, but that he could do MARCELS
will address one of these regular Sun- nothing with it, due to the close watch given will get not onl
day services. which was kept on his dispatches. I attention but will get ve
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