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THE MICHIGAN DAI~Y

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WKDN~SDAY, OCTOBER ~. 192?.

COOLIDGE MAY VISIT
CONGR[SS AT HAVANA
President's Presence Would AddMuch
to D)ignity of Pun-American
Meeting, Says Reeves
PLAN PERMANENT BODY
"Despite the traditional' objectiois
to a president leaving the United
States during his term of office, Presi-
dent Coolidge's proposedtrip toatla-
vana, Cuba, next January to attend
the sixth Pan-American congress,
would add greatly to the significance
and importance of the meeting" stat-
ed Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of the po-
litical science department, in an inter-
view yesterday.
The Pan-American congress this
year will be of special importance in
that a new plan of re-organization
will be introduced for establishing it
on a permanent basis and having a
permanent headquarters.
Coolidge's attendance at the Con-
gress would add dignity to the Ameri-
can delegation, for no other president
has ever attended the Congress since it
was organized in 1890 under President
Harrison. If President Coolidge does
attend however, it is doubtful whether
he will remain for more than a day

Much Controversy Is Aroused By Rumor
That Walker Was Spyed Upon In Europe

Construction Work CALLS EDUCATION
On Theatre Building ENDLESS PROCESS
Progresses Rapidly .CLUMHIA-Declaring that edtua-
tion has no begninhg 11o2' nding andl~
Include Many Modern Improvements that it is a process of humn:I adjust-
Which Will Add To Comforts ment to environment cantmuons as life'
Of Theater-Goers itself, President Nicholas Murray Beut-t
Pouring of concrete for the balcony 1er gave a noteworthy exposition of
and main floors of the new Michigan the modern ideal of leducation in Iiis,
theater has been completed, accordingsthr
to announcements of officials in speech at the 1470) anniversary ol

charge of construction work.
Work so far has progressed accord-
ing to schedule and the completion ofr
the theater is expected on the date
previously announced. Many improve-
ments are being built in the theater,
among which are the new dessing!
rooms with modern shower baths in
connection. Comfort for patrons is in-r
sured by the new seats which have
just been ordered from the American
Seating company. These seats are
fully upholstered and have springs
throughout the seat. The seating ca-
pacity has been slightly cut to allow
ample room between the rows so that
theater-goers can enjoy perfect com-
fort.
Department Loses I
Three Instructors
Three of last year's instructors in

Columbia university. T.1he only dif-
ference between the educational staius
hil
of a child and at of a man lies il
the increasedl sirell;;th ofr esist alve
and will power Cof the mature being,
in President Butler's opinion. As a
climax came the statement that "In-
telligent Occupation iiself is as muchl
a part of true educational process as
is study in classrooms, in libr ary, or
in laboratory."
President Butler's attitude wasa
further brought out when the next
speaker Dr. Francis Carter Wood, Ii-
rector of the Institute of Cancer Re-
search, emphasized the fact that man
has so far adjusted himself to the
physical side of life that a great part
of his attention is now being turned to
the hitherto unexplored feld of
sci*nce.
IOVA---Membership in the combin-
ed University GRee clubs totals over

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as his presence in Congress is neces-
sary.
Architect College
Holds All Classes
In New Structure
All classes of the College of Archi-
tecture are now being held in the new
Architectural building. The main of-
fice of the College is still located in
the Engineering building, but it is
expected that it will be moved to the

the mathematical department here 100, according to an announcement by
have left the University to take up the director, Walter Leon.
r__other positions. Dr. Franklin W. Ko-
-- - - koomoor has become assistant profes-
sor of mathematics at the University
Much controversy is go:rg on con marks are being pointed out by Cap- of Florida. William R. Jones, who
c-ruing report) that M\layor dames tain L'Hopital, aide-de-camp to Mar- was part time instructor here, has ac-
Wal "r, of No ev York City, was spyed shal Foch. Mayor Walker was in ceptcJ the position of actuary withi
j upn whle n hi trp inhluope.- !the :Northwestern Life Insurance com-
uponwhie onhistri iiiEurpeParis attendling the convention of the
He is shown looking over Paris fromh pany of Omaha, Neb. Isadore M. Shef-
the bah ony of the (rillon. Land- American Legion, for has been made a National Re-
search Fellow in Mathematics and is
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n w building in a short time. Regular rehearsals for f ryouts for
Workman are still on- coustructionI the 1927 Opera which were po tponed
at the new building. NMo; of the re- yesterday because of preparations for
ninining work is to be done on the "The Bad Man" will be held as usual
corritiors and the library. although no this afternoon and all this week, ac-
room in the building is completely cording to an announcement iade ves-
finished, many rooms lacking the terday by E. Mortimor Shuter, general
mere finishing touches. director.

iRobert L .iaistfd, : was ap- Every student in the Uaniversity is
pointed engineeriingp Vice president of now represented by a card in the in-
the Union, it was announced yoster- dex files at Lane hall. This temporary
lay, to fill a vacancy due to ineligibil- directory is open to the public and
ity of thc student elected to that posi- the authorities of the Student Christ-
Lion last year. HiaIsted is experienced ian association urge all students to
in the work at the Union as he has make use of it until the official direc-
been connected with it for two years. tory makes it appearance.

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