THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Prof. Calvinx Olin
School of Education ha
10 riuarI COCHRAN MAKES RECORD7
DL RUN IN 18.1 BILLIARDS
nn..r~un BOSTON-Walter Cochran, 18.2 b)il-
~C[UIIII ard, champion, established a new ree-l
O~IU Liord in 18.1 billiardsagis Eric Hag;-
enlacher here today by makig a high
run of 2:51. The previous high
Davis of the runs of 241 was hung up by Jape
is5 been granted Schaefer In 1926.
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a leave of absence by the school to
make a survey of secondary schools
in the state of West Virginia- for the
At the last session of the West V'ir-
ginia legislature,, a large sum was,
appropriated for the schools of the'
state, and a committee of members
was appointed to see that a survey
was made and plans submitted for
judicious expenditure of that sum. The
committee appointed Prof. M. V.
O'Shay of the University of Wisconsin
.to take charge of the survey for them.
In turn, Professor O'Shay named sev-
eral prominent educators in the coun-
try to take charge of the various
phases of the work, Professor Davis
being named to make the survey in
the wide feld of secondary education.
According to Dean Allen S. Whitney
of the School of Education, this ap-
pointment was' a great honor for Pro-
fessor Davis, and it is a job that al-
most every man connected with sec-
ondary eduication in the country has
Professor Davis is now making
studies of several typical high schools
in West Virginia,, studying their good'
* and bad qualities, the teaching sys-
tems, and the other departments. He
will conclude this work about the .first
of November, and. will then prepare a
~report to be handed to the legislative
committee for recommendation to the
state legislature in. 1928.
TO. RECEIVE HELP
With the "return of Prof. William H.
Hobbs and Ralph L. Belknap early in
November the, geology faculty will
again be on a normal running basis.
Beginning- the year. with three regu-
lJar men away, on expeditions, they
have' been hard pressed to offer the
regular. courses. Professor Gould
since. his recent return from Baffin
bay has taken over, the lectures in
Proffessor" Hobbs' course in dynamic
and structural geology. 'Prof. Charles
W. ;Cook has been giving Professor
Gould's course, and Miss Stevenson
and the new men in the department
have been sharing Belknap's work.
Prof. Ermine C. Case has been act-
ing as head of the department in the
absence of Professor Hobbs, who is
now on his way home from Greenland;
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