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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TTIT-IZSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923

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TWO TI-IF. MICHIGAN DAILY Tflt~RSDAY, JANUARY 12, 192S
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FI1GURES POy HT
STUDENT LOANS A E
HATE JU lP 1' D FROM $5i4,148 IN
19t26 TO $113,377 IN LAST E
OCTOBER
MANY FUNDSI3XHAUSTED
Large Increase Is Attributed By IDean
Bursley ToDeartht Of. Positions
During Past. Summer.
On Dec. 15, according to Joseph A.j
flursjey, dean, of students, the rmoney!
loanus to students from all, funds avail-
able for this purpose totaled $113,-
377.50. The is figure shows a sharp
contrast to the amount on loan to stu-
dents of the University on Oct. 1, 1926,
when the total was $54,158.10.
At that time the loans, past due!
amounted to $16,893.50, white in. De-I
comber, 1927, they amounted to $16,-
738.30. The percentage past due was
14.76 per cent as compared to 31.14
per cent for the earlier date. I
The large increase in loans, wasI
attributed by Dean Bursley to two
factors. The more extensive knowl-
edge on, the part of the students of
the loans available to them has re-
sulted in some increase, he said. More
important was the dearth of positions
<during last. summer for .students,
which, according to Dean Bursley, is
th~e principal reason for the increase.
jFnds Are Lowered R
At present, not only are there more
loans than ever before, but despite the
increase in funds available for stu-
dent loans, the funds remaining for
loans, are the smallest they have been
at any time in the past. ,Loan funds
for medical and law students this year
have been coxppletely exhausted and
students of these colleges 'may no
longer obtain loans, said D~ean Burs-
ley, while the sums for this purpose
available to engineering students is
runni1ng very low.
FACULTY CENSORS PUBLICATION
WISCONSIN - The editors of thz
Wisconsin .Literary Magazine were
given the privilege of tearing from the
biniding of each number of the last is-
sue one page, because that page had
on it a satire on Sherwood Anderson
,wvhich the faculty censors believed
w~as an insult to the well-known
anihor.
T,'e 'story, which offended the cen-
sors, according to the Daily Cardinal,'
was *an introspective study of the
though,ts of the author while buying'
and eatkng some fish.

Haaa rpae o Receive Peienolig ndOhrCLEMENTS AND KARP! ISK! RECEIVE COMMENDATION
av n Prp rsre detG o d eA d thrDelegates At Opening Of Pan-American Congress On M\'onday leg nt iili rL. Cements, in he .West Indies. The set, collectd by that probably the only two sets ever
anmmai )rt f h Lib ary ofCo 1Poes'or Krinsi, alongwtha. to be t ken out of Spain are owned
NEWYR , ,..., .gro's, fr 1921 was commrended for his siilar set in the Congressionl 1by the Congressional and, Clements
aenscvalry w, i eorts ,ind f.aclasitne, Ilibrary, are the only two in thi~ libraries.
. ?H~tROLDHIA =idiiIn plsil' 50some work on1maps in conry. althou h parts of them have frofessor Karin3i. whil i
;W ALHTITON TATStie Spanish archives. Pr~o.ILouis C 13been se,i around to various historical Europe last year, noticed the rare
HEREI .;.R . -Kapin ki d e .lah'flai.l IC i8 l.maps but was unable to p rchse
partment, w5ho i arathority oiaps 'file olIy exense 0ivl~vd in the thm. ie found in the French,
alHNnorand mnu~cripnVs obtained 1) BOW- possession of these maps was the cot Portuguese, nd Spanish collections
___graphs o Hbu70iaurrn asof potography, lbut their value 11es ;many maps that were of vlue, but
RCO Tas a i, ubo fps, in tIbe facLtat soon after tiey were could make no satisfatory i~anial
Th <mi 'ilto he French par- ; hotgiaphefl, an order was isued arentwieble.cod ht-
I,-. ---0-ticipation in the American Revoltion reetithe futureus o tem gre emtuntileRetCei udphto-
1 DARLINGTON a(bt i h ntdS~t~ rvnigte rp hm ni etCeet
.:__b__th n> the i-le tts n h',itlhout a royal ordr. Tis means cabledl him the money.

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ATTRACTION

Havrana in holiday attir,?, is eager to welcome the U.S. d-legates to the Pan-American congress in Havana on Jan.
[16. At left is President Coolidge, and center, the route h will tape from Washington to thO'e southern capital.
Right, above, Col. Ore;>stes Ferrare; left, Cuban ambassad )r to the U.S.; Noble Brandon Judah, center, U.S. ambass-
idor to Cuba and President Gerarda M~achado, of Cuba. B glow is the presidential palace at Havana.

"Wiza lof the Strigs
Former Soloist With Paul Specht Orchestra. Con-mposer of.
"Itching Fingers. Victor Recording Artists

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HrF- obbs, Van'Tyne
CometOn Recent,
Educational Movies
Professors Attach Little Significance
To Employmnent Of Scientific
fftion Pictures
Commenting yesterday on the re-
cent Harvard-Pathie contract to pro-
duce motion pictures on scientific sub-
jects for universities and schools,
Prof. Williaim H. Hobbs, of the geol-
ogy department, and Prof. Claude H.
Tan Tyne, of the history department,
both attached little significance to the
project.
Professor Hobbse sees "a danger in
pushing it too fir, and having it take
the place of more serious work." He
expressed Athe ophfron, however, that\
moving pictures could be used to ad-
vantage in geology courses to show
certain things, mentioning some re-
markable pictures of coral formations
which were exhibited by William
Beebe at a recent dinner of the Ex-
plorers' club in New York.
Pathie has also produced the
"Chronicles of America" series, under
Yale auspices, which Professor "fan
Tyne says "have no place in thej
teaching of history in a university.

News From Other Colleges

WILL BUY PROF1
NO RTHWESTERN.-'I
Ihas secured an option
additional property, valt
000 in Chicago. The scho
is located in Chicago.
PLYING COURiSEI~N
MCGILL.-A course
who are interestedl in fl;
inaugurated at. McGill u
pices of the Montreal Ao
Pilots are being hired,
will be given thorough t
groundork of aviation,
takes tl~e form of a seri
and demonstrations.
IIAZING BRINGS SU
LOUISIANA.-Violatiai
pledge, upperclassmen
hair on 300 freshmnen hea
sequence, three varsity
ers and five other stude
di-snmissed. President T.
is trying to identify the
and promised that they
themselves out of the Ui
EARN SCHOOLING B!
WISCONSIN.-Dave

'ER3TY. I Fred Wilcox, two seniors are proving
that dancing through life is no longer
phis university at symbol of wiasted opportunity b~y
Sto purchase dnigterwypoial hog
ued 'at $2,000,- dnigterwypoial hog
01l of medicine college.
Most of their classmates are earn-
ing their board by washing dishes or
'AUG IIATEID waiting on table's, but Hilger and Wil-
cox are filling the roles of profes-
sional escorts.
for students The two students discovered thisI
yinghas eenwork by accident. They filed their
inder the aus- names in the university employment
.eroplane club, office. A girl came into the office who
and students-. wanted to learn to dance. Hilger was
raining in the called in, and thereby ;gainaed his
(. The course first pupil in dancing. He was asked
es of lectures to several dlances for pay. The, next
day, Wilcox was called in and a part-
nership was formed. They ',estab-
SPENSION1 lished a rate of wages and advertised.
ig an honor MINNESOTA.-College women do
cliped the not know howr to study, is the concin-
ids. As a con- sion reached by members of the do-j
football play- partn*111- IIf physical education of
nts have been this university, following cfanferences
'W. Atkinson with 1,000 freslhmen woolen."
other clippers Systematic studying habits were
too will find noticiably lacking among freshmen
university. living at home. '?omen living ill
-- Ainneapolis and St., 'PVIul spend too
Y 1)ANCING. much time talking over the telephone,
and too much time running to answer
H-ilgers andl the doorbell.

%', £ K -d Wicderhold's Michigan Orchestra
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<I AL5ION A HARRY LaNGDONCOMEY
g Floyd Hofinan at, the Console of the
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