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(Continued from Page Nine)
from using automobiles. We also be-
lieve that students who own or oper-
ate autos and who are in academic dif-
ficulties will stand a much better
chance of eventual recovery of proper,
academic standing if they are during
their period 'of deficiency denied the
privileges of a car. The administra-
tion of the plan from its outset is a
cooperative one between students and
faculty. With such cooperation it will
add to the happy Copletn-ion oftho

English And American Students
Are Similar, Hollister Claims

"There is no fundamental difference
between the English and the Americanl
student," recently declared Prof. R. D.
T. Hollister, newly appointed head of
'the public speaking department, in an
interview. Professor Hollister has re-
turned this summer from the Michigan
debate trip through England and Scot-
land with Ephraim Gomberg '27, Wil-
liam King '27L, and Gerald White '27,
who composed the team.
"The English student," said Profes-
sor Hollister, "possesses the same am-
bitions, the same attitude, and theI
same feelings as the American stud-
,'n it hic n ivri tna n nm t

heckling of the audience at the de-
bates was typically English and cries
of 'Hear! Hear!' were frequent," con-
eluded Professor Hollister.
English Ecologist and Four American
Scientists Visit Douglas


college course. Without itit will be are to the American's. The American Sever n t hstuetrteneathe
difficult or impossible of enforcement. university has a. richer curriculumnubriithsoyaeddte
Mentions Sunday Convocations than the English. And the English eighteenth session of the University
During the past year another plan. knowing it, continuously inquired of Biological camp, which was located at
which I hope may become traditional I the team about American universities'l Douglas Lake, Cheboygan county,
has been started largely by the work 1 methods and ways. Michigan, from June 21 to August 18).
of the students. 'These are the non- In regard to the English w omen, An unusual feature of the camp wsas
sectarian Sunday morning services in Professor Hollister said that one can the attendance of the four scientists,
H-ill auditorium. Free from any selfish see on the Michigan campus more Dr. F. M. Root, of Johns Hopkins uni-
motives, these services during last beautiful women in a few days than het versity; Dr. Ernest Hartman, of Johns
MIay were of the greatest value to the and the team had seen in all the time [Hopkins; Dr. Ruth Marshall, of Rock-
University. There was at them an they spent in England. The English ford college, and Dr. Minna Jewel, of
average attendance of about 2,500. co-ed smokes consistently and publicly Kansas State Agricultural college, all
The plan has been, and to some ex- in the unions and college buildings. o hmsre ntecpct fvs
tent will be, misunderstood and erron- "The English type of public speak- ofiwhm evedtithecaactso.vs
eously interpreted by certain denomi- lug is a combination of their oratory ttineinvstigtors
national organizations. These services, and debating," continued Hollister, Oneoftehglitsftessin
however, are characteristically a "'and this is due to their debating was thevitofAG.TneyEglh
M~ichigan plan-calculated, I feel, sure unions in which the main discussion is eclgs.n dto f"clg"
to bring great inspiration to a large 'politics. In our societies, such as British journal, who arrived at the~
group of students.. As such I welcome Adelphi and Alpha Nu, we develop or- camp August 5 and stayed for several
their coming, shall support and defend atory and debating separately on so- [days. While at the camp Mr. Tansley
their continuation so long as the cial or economic problems, while the entertained the campers with a lec-
students desire them and hope for English argue nmainly over politics.tue
their extension and expansion and for Generally the English student's ambi- Dean Edward H. Kraus, of the um-
a steadily increasing student support. tion is to have a chair in Parliament." mer session, and Regents Junius .
The program for your University as The variance throughout England of Beal and Lucius L. Hubbard, were
regards the development of the van- ,dialects besides a peculiar drawl made among the camp's many visitors.
ous plans under way and the initiation it difficult for the Americans to under- Of the 75 students present, 2 car-
of new ventures is not complete and stand the Britishers. The team had to nied on investigations under direction;
I hope never will be. ask the English debators to repeat, 21 of the 28 were in zoology. Mostso,
fiad e tn re ui . Ftu e nts r n sek a se re q u e intly , w h at th e y h ad sa id . T h e th e re se a rc h w a s c a rrie d o n in th e
ontie yotougivento Minhga te u study of insects that are parasites in
bsat y to the oantos vai e ou the N water,handmparasitology as connected
recivefrsmy here eas t shem an ty pn n Ean. The iH k .parasites of fishes.
givenfg o ierehane Indiva l .can Ism HE ns t ad u y Considerable additions were made
gen inexhange.ndividally - "n nyaneto the facilities ofsthe camp, including
collectively you can nevershakemy- aa study hall and another laboratory,
confidence in you orn.T belief in your d a OIL OtEdOPlisTwasoth A taneE os
ultimatesu cces hmatter what you"sdl oistode"E,
do or no matter what troubles you soss ratoris estou aeve edatthe
may encounter remember that in ad- SAN ANTONIO, Texs, Sept. 28. - aneofthe aiioofmnyofte
dition to your own parents or friends Wresting control of development of campnstheb adandta maol spec-
or guardians you have a new parent Mexico's natural resources, including tionstllof he ihwsufd and mma ole
who is also ages old. Your University Icil, from American capital, will be sinneallbofthchmwerestufdn
-your Alma Mater-,s She cannot and considered this week at a conferenceskntedby the camperswrthyal-
will not think ill of you-she expects of representatives of French, English thrD erGeo an edn. u o hy came
honesty, humility, courage, affection and Italian financial interests, accord- ae Somesn, enRtuck, Jhich een
from you for her and for each other. ing to F. A. Boyer of Paris,whoan- edsfomeJued1catofJul2,ngeguar
Cling to those principles of honesty, rived here recently.iaerwdas tn ecatps of ew li ur-
humiitys curayandaffctinanu rhe Among other novelties on the cal-
you will never fail. Remember al- problems through a glass darkly- endar, was the expedition mae by
ways, however, that if things do not whenever and wherever you wish we Prof. G. M. Ehlars, director of the
go well and if failure is apparently rant to help you drag them out and camp, accompanied by Prof. W. I.
staring you in the face that your meet them face to face. In that way Shideler, head of the geology depart-
deans, and other officers, your teach- only will you grow and become wise ment at Mianii university, which was
ers, your advisors,' and I arcalways and in that way only will Michigan made for the purpose of studyin
ready to help. Your failures are ours whom we all love become to be ac- Ordovician rocks which are exposed
and your success is our only right to knowiedged what we must make her, along e banks of the Cumnberlad
existenceT The challenge is clear and the most human and most happy Uni- river at a distance of about 60 miles
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ORCHESTRAOssip Gabrlowisc,
January 17 MARION TALLEY, Soprano
January 31 FRIITZ KRESLER, Violinist
March 2GIMRNTAS ins
BAND Captain Wm. H. Santelman,
November29 MORIZ ROSENTHAL, Pianist
December 4 ROLAND HAYES, Tenor
Sergei Socoloif, Conductor


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Correct Freshman
Procedure =
FIRST-Find living quarters-
- THlIRD Arrange to have all your _
iwearing apparel such as
Clothing, Gloves, Neckties, Furs, etc.,
refreshed regularly by Goldman Bros. ~
who have served the students for 28
When Miracleaned at Goldman's
your wearing apparel is returned to
you without a trace of odor, so that it
can be worn immediately, and free
from oil so that it stays clean longer.
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ORCHESTRA OssipGabriowi"sch,



Season Tickets for the CHORAL UNION SERIES ($6.00, $5.50)
and for the EXTRA CONCERT SERIES ($5.00, $4.00, $3.00) may
be ordered by mail at the University School of Music.

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