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__ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CIIOOWMAY FILL PLACE. PRFESOS'O''L~IENNA LECTURER
IU.S. SENATEIOESR T 4L ILL SPEAK HERE
} T Prof.Alfred Adler, of the Ped agog-
:1BY CIR IT'n ACADEMY S S I ical Institute ,of Vienna 'wiullgive two

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brosao, F'erri, and Garofolo
.e'three founders of the' Italian
of criminology," said Dr. Nino1
esearch fellow in comparative'
fogy;, i n speaking of the
'school of criminology Tuesday
n before 11 Circolo JItaliano.
ding his discussion tof the
cho~ol of which he' is' an ex-
Drl. Curri gave a brief sum-
A the theories of Lomibro

Four pap~ers will be delivered at
the meeting of the history and politi-
cal science sectionr of the Michiganj
Academy of Science, Arts, and Let-
ters to be held at 2 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in room 35 Angell hall.
Dr. Pahl M. Cuncannon of the poli t-
ical science department, is the chair-
man of this section.'
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-

h claimed atavism, epilipsy, and
'tfc manifestations asq'the causes
imnie. "Ferri, basing his theories
i' those ~of Lombroso, denies the'
tee of the freedom of, will in",
'In activities, for tl~nig~' the
[ s ii1 crime are social and indi-
ral, the individual are the greater.
ce; a countr~y can~ only base Ah e
nse of its criminal code on social
are.
erri based his classification' of"
inals upyon five division''-isane,
thabitual, passional, and ' occa-
M,. All criminals ccm;e under one
)esedivisions. Garafolo disagree'
SF'erri in: his classification of!
ID<als for lhe makes thr~ee divi-'
'; violent, fraudulenit, andi cynical.
ever, Garofolo, as a fernier judge,
s toward a legal interpretation of
ca.uses of crime, while Ferrn and
broso a'tribute causes .of crime to
igical and sociologcal factors."r
C urri finished his address
a description of the sirn larities
differences among the Italian
M1 of criminology and other Euro-
Sschools.

i f tory department, will give a paper
of a philosophical nature entitled:I
"A near scale of values for judging
civilization." Prof. Arthur S. Aiton,,
also of the history department, will
t s peodc on the South Sea company as
reflected in the papers of Lord She]-
burne. These papers are a part of
.IosepiWiren 'Fordiey' the collection owned by the Universi-
Of Lansing who has heen uinder con- tan.reithWlimCeets
siderationi for the appointment to thetyadreith WlimCemns
United States Senate to, fill the va-MeoalLrry
can y,.lft y te ateWoobrdgeN. Howard B. Calderwood of the po-
Ferris, Demccrat. Fordney is a Re- tiasceedprmnwlli-
publcanandwasco-atho ofthecuss the League of Nations' guaran-
Fordney-M'cCumber tariff - bill. tee of the minorities treaties while

lectures at 4:15 o'clock next Monday I
and Tuesday :afternoons in the Natural
Science auditoiuhm. The lectures,
which are being sponsored by the
School of Education, will deal with
the field of scienice in which Dr.
Adler has- reach;ed a position of great
prominence, that of indlividual psy-
cho logy.
Dr. Adler gave a lecture here for1
the general public ° about the same'
time. last .year, ;and dIrew a large
crowd to the Science auditcrilum. It
I was on the success of this, that he"
Iwas asked back here for two mor~e lec-
tures this, year, and accepted readily.
iHe has giveni lectures in 'many of the1j
leading cities and universities in Ger-
many, Jholl and, Switzerland, and Eng-
land, and is nog; in this country
again to exchan~ge 'andl compare ex-
Iperie nces onr his favorite ;,ubje,,t.
Dr. Adler emphasizes the importance
of the inferiority complex in psych ol-
ogy, and it was in this field of studyj
tha't liefrst' gained recognition.

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T. Hawley' Tapping, field secretary
of the Alumni association, will leave
Monday on a, short trip to 'attend an-
nual banquets at three University, of
Michigan clubs. He will be in Steu-
hetnville, 0., on Monday, night, Tues-
day night in Columbus,' 0., and Wed-
nesday night in Pittsburgh, Pa. At
each -of these cities he will address
the alumni. and show the Ulniversityv

John J. George, also of the political
science dlepartment, will talk on the
factors in granting motor arrier cer-
tificates.
UNIVERSITY COLLE6E IDEA
IS APPROVED BY ADELPIJ
Censuring the Engineering and Lit-
erary colleges for rejecting the Uni-
versity college plan, Adelphi went on
recordl after a hreated debate Tuesday
night as. favoring President Clarence.
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