'TF MIHTI-N DATLY_ _ _ _ _ _ _
SMOEANOUC[So Houise Treasures,
CISFOR CONTE-ST:At Museum, Butildingy
EXPEL TWO UNIVERSITY EDITORSI Bates Will Address
9HARGING BAD TASTE IN POLICY ' Swing-Out Exercises
Because of allegedl "bad taste" in now "a .college, dividled against, its:i Dean 1 enry IVI. Bates of the Law
rticles appearing in literary and The other edlitor recently suspend(1C(1I school has been selected to give the
Iaddress at the Swing-.out exercises, it
humor magazines pub~lished b~y two Iw'as the hea( of Columns, literary -land w none etra yJh
RETURNS TO CITY
Dr. Carl E. Luthe, associate dtirpe-
tor of anthropolog4y, has returned to
Ann Arbor after attending, the Amer-
ica. Oriental Society nmeeting, held
last week in Washington, D. C. Dr.
- Corona, LUnderwood,
we have all makes.
j ome in colore4d dwo finishes,
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Exhibition cases for the new mu-
RoyilQakAn Zelad ig Seioi~scum have arrived and are being
Will C:omopete Here In State
Chaiponiii Iebterapidly installed. A crew of men 'he
_____fr omn the Building and Grounds de- .a
j p rtment are engaged in connectinga
MANY ISITRS EPEGTR u the electric wiring and placing
Jud es or he lev nth A nn al t he glass in the sections.w
Judge forthe levenh Anual Thirty cases, comprising mrore than!
State Championship debate were ant- one hundred units, have been set up.
nounced yesterday by Prof. Gail E. These were(designledl by R. A. Wiese, 1b
D~n~oremanaer o theequipment engineer for the museum
Michganand were manufactured especially for f
high school debating league. They are the university building by the Hamrilt-
Dr. Edw ard H. Kraus, dlean of the on Manufacturing company of Two ;l
College of Pharmacy, Prof. William A.I Rivers, Wis. They are being set up in
Frayer of the history department, and the main exhibition, rom, on the 4e
Dr.ClreE. rifi, cea o, te cholsecond floor and in supplementary It
Dr laeE.Gifideno teScolrooms on the third flcor.t
of Business Administration. A unique system of lighting will be t
More than 3,000 high school stu-_ used, to illilninate the exhibits. iglt-
dents are expected to attend the ling boxes will bje installed along the-
chamnshpcotstti ya. l sides of the cases and a 'white light
reay te xtesio}*will w1% ine, flrom the3 tops through
read .te Eteniondepartment' has, !gr oupid glass windows. K~e' switches
heard from 59, high school principals1 will: be usedi for all the lights.
signifying that their schools will be Tecssaeartgtadds
representedl at the debate, with an in- prof with weather strips along all
(liate nmbe o Thsesection's and around all windows.
dictednuberofdelegates.Ths Plate glass onlly has been used in thej
59 schools have accounted for 605 winidows of the coies. Doors are ar-
(lelegates, ranged to swing open from the top.
Royail Oak aIRIl Zeeland are the The units comprising each section of
-two teams which willcopt for thetlie. cases are interchangeable 's that
compte t~y jseparate sections may be arranged at!
state championship. Royal Oak will1 will.
hriinp' more th~i5an 80 ; 1,-a oh +n.
ther universities beside \l1.S.C., the: comic magazine o1' the U'niversity ofA
ditors of the respective publications Washington. Hie vas removed from
have been suspendIed from school byi office for "gross abuse of the funs-i
uithorities. ., ino i fie"Acrigt rf
An article entitled "B3ull Sessions ' ino i fie"Acrigt rf
which. was printed in the Clarkj Karl M. Lieb, chairman of the pub-lca-
/lonthly of Clark university w as the tions coiucil .of that university, an
basis for suspending from that uni- iarticle, "Manuscripts Pound in a.
versify the members of the editorial spittoon,' was "abominably vulgar"
board. The article, said by the author,aningosadtte
to he a. "comnedy playlet on the c1on- _____I__
flit of ideas in the college mind" was1
labeled by Preside.nt Atwood of Clark! ALTER TEACH1ING METHOD
university as, "obscene."
Following the ousting of the threeI HARVARDJ. - rhe department of1
editors, mass meetings werc' held in geology hzas been changed to the
the school auditorium in protest to tutorial sysitem, in which small
the president's action. The (deposed groups of studlents (1o their work
editors said that the institution is junde~r one netr
mittee fr'om the Student council. Thle Cuthe also attended to some Univer-
Swing;-ovtt will be held onilrTuesday, sity business in New York during the
May 8, according. to plans, vacation period.
I Last 4 Performnances Today-You'll Love It
Snodgrass, '28F7,('lair lan of the com-
The P icturization of This famsous
Prize-Winning Novel. of
TI ITAMY, Youthful Passions Reaches New
MARTHA OSEK4 dfrA.yOW R
A TREMENDOUSLY ABSORBING .
Under The Dominating Whip1 sh Of A Cruel
Husband and Father, Judith Arose From The
Depths of Despondency To The Heights of
Love and Happiness
N EVEJA 01N fljAJPS
(debate, while'Zeeland expects to bring
umioe than 100.
Both Royal Oak and Jackson high
,-chools are,(declaring a holiday on
April 27, the late of the debate. Jack-
-,on high school's large chorus is go-
ilug to sing before the debate opens.
The Vatrsity band is also going to
play before the contest.
Theil question which has. been de-,
bated through the preliminary and
the elimination :series of the Michigan
high school debating league, and
.which will he the subject for the
State Championship rcontest is: Re-
solved, That the direct primary sys-
tem of nominating candidates for pub-
lic office in the United States should
be abolished. Royal Oak will defend
the -iffirmative, -while Zeeland will
defend the negative.I
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SOUTHER~N MUSICAL BUREAU
Russell Bridges, Pre'sid'ent
Now Showing-Today and Saturday
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March 13, 1928.
with (mtulys ]lrochweil
amld 'Ilobarif osivori'I
Dr. Chas. A. Sink, Pres.,
University School of MWsic,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
My dear Mr. Sink :
Your favor of February 29th enclosing copy of
your May Festival program was duly received.
I appreciate your thinking of me in this connec-
tion, and I wish it were possible for me to take ad-'
vantago of the wonderful -feast of good music you
have engaged for your Festival. I don't see howr
you could improve on this program, and your
patrons are certainly to be congratulated on the op-
portunity you are affording thee to hear these
wonderful artists. I wish you every success with
your laudable undertaking.
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