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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TWO

TUESI)AY, NOVEMBER 22, 1927.

~EMLEY GIVES TALK~
ON ENGLISHSCHOOLS
Explalns 1)ual Educational S~f tein
D~ue tQ Church And State
UPPER CLASSES DISTINCT
"There is no unitary system of edu-
cation in England," stated Prof. Rob-
ert M. Wenley, head of th~ philosophy
department, in an address before t.he
regular staff of the School of Eda-
cation at a luncheon yesterday.
"After the Revolution of 1688 the
nation was divided. As a result the
Dissenters were educated in sectar-
Ian seminaries while the main sehoo1s
became the resort of the members of
the Church of England."
"All things considered, the ni~embers
of the upper and professional class-
es were well educated while the na -
tion as a whole had little education.
In 1870 the public system of edur a-
tion supported by the rates was or-
ganized in England. This led gradual-
ly to a demand for secondary edneii-
tion so that there is today an excel-
lent group of tax supported schools
"These two systems operate alone
side each other in contemporary Eng-
land."
"Great social chan~es. due to tin
new system of education, and ciher
causes are in progress. What the
eventual consequence will be no one
(~l1 pi'cdiet but it is c'~rtain that the
general influence of the riew syatem
is tending in the direction of break-
ing down the traditional division be-
tween social classes."
Accor(bng to l'rofe~eor Wenley
there are more students in Vie ton
don County school than there is in
the entire public school system. The
English law makes cdii cal ion compul -
~ory on Lii the 14 ib ear. Nil studenf~
Sti eli(liug In' secondary school sys-
tem have an equal chance in t~ie
universities' cont'm4itive examinations
a ad inn ny I wee S Ii dcv' 1 Ii 50 M
ed I he mea~i-; or ~ cesipl
educatioti.
On ilie o~h~ ~' winO ~ pub'L
~chools ~i iii iii 1W tin' blidren of the
lauded proprh) ors the clergy, the
successful professional man, and a
feW from the merchant class.

PLANS POLAR TRIP BY TRACTOR

THIEVES REPORTED BUSY operation with the gang of thieves
that have been operating here during
DURING GAME SATURDAY the football games.
inieves apparenriy were more tuan

busy Saturday during the game as an-
toniobiles, clot hiiig, Jewel rv, and other

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rricles valued at several thousand ~ "'~''~' ' "'''~''"'''
ollais ha (1 iJeell iQl)0i'tO(l stolen at i'etary of he a I unnil em I)l0YiuOilt ha -
ol ice headquhrters late yesterday. rean at the Va iverso y of ( 'al 10 ~ ~
Lists 01 the stolen goods totaled be- the latest one is caring for bahiv ~ I
ween $?.,000 and $4,(JO0 in lost val- \VhiiO l)arents are a bseiit
a lies, none o~ which has as yet been - - - -
u'overed. Nine 1)03's, iriost of them OTT'Ai\VA-\Vhet lies speclije exam-
rom I )el rolL, h~t ye i)ecn a i'rested on pIes of mankind have become so 3'( 1
harges of (I ~sorderiy COIi(liict and were man has been an jut dugout ci'eatiive
ilied $12. 4~ ('a eli. Tb ey are all being for 450,O0t) years. 211(11 15 the opia ii in
eld for inve'~I igat ion as it is suspected of Dr. K. 1\l. Amj, who is back from
hat. they uiav have been acting in co- study of prehistoric relics in France.
T'~P~rt -

BETSY

SPECIAL
Thanksgiving Candies
Tur1~c~ Gc~bb1crs-TurI~e~ Hcis
Rows I Turkei~s
All candy-filled-other special
Thanksgiving Boxes.

ROSS

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Nickels Arcade

C
Anthony I nil u. 4rci ic explorer, is planning to make anothet polar
journey----tiiis time x'. it ii u. ( ii ( pib ii tractor. lie is convinced there is lan(l
in the vicijuty 01 the Non Pul Above he is shown in New York sitting
on the sie(l '~ li cli ( irried loin uO~) miles through the Arctic on his last E xpe-
(IltiOll. lie is hold ing Il''' ~'no~,'~'hot S used on a former polar journey
-~ F kON OTHER CAMPUSES
MINNESOTA- More than ~8,500,00() universities, a new resolution was
in new buildings and improvements passed by the student council provid-
for the campus swings the University ing for the adoption of a system of
yells that ~vil 1 give the same number
of Minnesota into the greatest build- of salutes to the opposing teams an(l
ing program of any year of its exist- coaches as the TIm ins i4eceuve.
ence, W. T. Middlebrook, University
comptroller, has announced. ______ ________ ____
Work has been carried on all sum-
mer, and will be continue(l as long as
~xeatliOi co~1(hition5 permit," Mr. Mid- ____ ________
dlebrook said.I "Constmuctian of new
buildings is proceeding at a rate PARTY PROGRAMS I
which promises completion at tiuc ANNOUNCEMENTS
time stated in the contracts." INVITATIONS
STATIONERY
DEPA UW----One million dollars has FOLDERS
~ratemu pies en improvenu.ents on I P~\C/XRDS
la'en sp~nt by i)epau xv university and NEWSLETTERS

~~ampus buildings completed or under
construction this year. The major
portion of this sum is being use(i in
V. a ~('r '1 Ty and dormitory construc-
tions that will give new housing fa-
''' 'i~- ~o 400 students.
flA LIFORNIA--In order to promote
clean sportsmanship and produe a
better snirit between the University
of California at Los Angles and other

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