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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1827

THE MICHIGAN- DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rBIG SUPE RDRE ADN AUGH T JOU RN EYS
INTRINATIONAL NIGHT'L
BA STORNEW ORLEANS FOR FESTIVAL
TO HAVE MANY NOVEL
FEATURES THIS YEAR'.=:Y

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PRO~IWCTIO WILL BE LARGER
ANiD MORE EXP~ANSVE
THAN USUAL
ORChIESIS TO PARTICIPATE
Scenes Portraying Usual Occurrences.
Of Typical lawaliin Day To Be
Part Of Special Act
Latest announcements indicate that
International Night, sponsored an-
nually by the Cosmopolitan club of
the campus, will this year be a larger
and more expansive creation than it
has been in years past. Two perform-
ances will be given, the one in Hill
auditorium on March 6, and one in
Ypsilanti on the following night.
Plans for the production are in the
hands of Mrs. Robert winters and a
committee of foreign and American
students
Under the present plans a number
of new features will be included this
year, making up a colorful and varied
pro gram which will combine ;both
campus talent and professional cts
from Detroit and the immediate vi-
cinity. One of the most attractive
featrres will be the work of the
foreign children in Ann Arbor, il-
lustrating the daily life of their
homes and their traditions.
A Ukrainian orchestra and dancer
from Detroit will be one of the lead-
ing attractions, while all presenta-
tions will be in native costume with
a characteristic background. The
quartette of Negro spiritual singers
previously announced has been in-
creased to an octette. Blossom Bacon,
a student, will represent the Irish
element on the campus with her
playing of the harp.
Orchesis, a club composed of stu-
dents interested in interpretive danc-
ing, directed by lone Johnson, in-
structor in physical education, will
present creative work in one of its
only publi appearances for the year.
These them-es are chosen and dvel-
oped by the participants themselves,
and will (represent the inherent qual-
ities of the different nationalities.
All the scenes that go to make
up the daily occurrences of a Ha-
waiian day will be presented in one
fct in a picturesque, brilliantly-cos-
tumed pantomine.
Scientist Will Talk
On Subject Of Radio
Dr. Phillips Thomas, radio author-
ity of the research department of the
Westinghouse Electric and Manufac-
turing company, will lecture on
"Radio and Power Transmission by
Radio" in the We'st lecture room of
the West Physics building at 8 o'clock
.Friday night. The lecture will be
given under the auspices of the De-
troit Section of the Institute of Radio
,Engineers cooperating with Ann
Arbor members who are responsible
for bringing the lecture to Ann
Arbor.
Dr. Thomas is the inventor of the
ultra-audible microphone and has been
responsible for developments in it.
He also developed the fundamentals
of the Westinghouse line of electro-
static condensers and holds the basic
patents on them. He was graduated
from Ohio State university in 1904.
Evening skating for Dartmouth
students has been made possible by
the erection of several huge flood
lights on Occom Pond.

'NGROQUESTION WILL Study Data On Cost
F ~ ~~ f TOI EIJECredit 'Accounts;
B t OF In cooperation withu thle National
Retail creht assocation, the bureau
Professor Johnson Will Speak Before of business research of the School ofoso egeO ujc f Bsns diitain smkn
Southern Lynchings a study of the costs of operating
Souteri Lych ngscredit and accounts receivable de-
SPEECH THIRD OF SERIES partments inretail stores throughout
being secured by questionnaires
Oakley C. Johnson, of the rhetoric mailed to 4,500 stores in all parts of
department, will speak at 4:15 o'clock the United States
this afternoon in room 231 Angell hall The report of the various stores
on the subject, "Lynching and Civiliza- will be analyzed by the bureau and
tion." He is 'speaking under the aus- the findings will be presented in
pices of the Tolstoy league. pamphlet form.
In his addrtss, he will disucss the
lynching of negroes in the the South Ohio State university will observe
and will comment upon the entire Scholarship day for the fourth time
negro problem. Johnson is particu- this spring. The student senate will
larly interested in this topic and has handle the details of the affair.
made an extensive study of it during
the past few years. The question of
injustice to the negro will also come
in for comment.
Johnson is the founder of the Negro- v
Causasian club on the campus. The
purpose behind this movement is to'
make the negro students feel both wel-B O O
come and at home in the University 'l
and to assure them that they are not
looked down upon by students of oth- We are at your s
enationalities, which wehaveg
l The lecture by Johnson marks the we
third address the Tolstoy league has
offered this year that directly bears
on the teachings of Tolstoy, in re-
gard to.~modern forms of punishment.
rof. Arthur E. Wood, of the sociol-
ogy department, 'spoke last fall in CAN GE
condemnation of capital punishment;
and Frank Hatley talked against war.
Members of the band at the Uni-
versity of California have been
granted one and one half units of B.
A. credits for their musical work.

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Uncle Sam's superdreadnaught Texas, largest battleship ever to visit
New Orleans, arrived in time for the Mardi Gras celebrations. Above, the
Texas in the Mississippi river; below, some of the 1,200 members of the
crew lining the rail, and two seaplanes which are carried by the Texas
and used as scouts in time of war.
Necessity Of Individual Mental Activity
Is Stressed In Statement By Educator
"Vocationalists are now recognizing ing recognition of the values described
the necessity and advisability of a as cultural. These facts include such
definite and conscious policy of de- significant things as complaint on the
veloping general, sound abilities and part of several institutions that there
individual mental activity as the most is a trend away from science. The
practical method to attain vocational professional schools tend to empha-
objectives," declared Dr. Arthur J. size more the aspects of education
Klein, chief of the division of higher which have been regarded as cultural.
education of the National Bureau of "It is true, however, than any form
Education in a statement recently of mental application, even when pur-
made public. sued for the purpose of earning
"There is indicated," says Dr. Klein, money, has cultural value. As one
"a returning faith, if not in the dis- writer puts it, 'America will not ac-I
ciplinary value of the so-called cul- cept the, European conception of
utral subjects, at any rate in their scholasticism on the basis of organi-
practical value and in the habits of zations of colleges and universities.'
application developed by the exertion Segregation of culture and of liveli-
required to master them. Enrollment hood, of intellectual and of money
figures and the numbers of degrees values, does not take the place of
obtained as a result of four years of life. They are intimately interwoven.
devotion to the liberal arts show no America is becoming increasingly in-
'serious' decrease in liberal arts edu- sistent that they should become in-
cation. Many facts point to increas- timately interwoven in education.
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