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News Fron Other Colleges

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Include JIformiation Coneerniiig Ams,
'Ideals, Ini Instruction Anil
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COPIES MAILED MONT1LVY

High school "news-letters," prepar-
ed and distributed by the School of
Education through the cooperation of
the Division of High School Inspectoil
of the Department of Public Instrue-
tion of High Schools, are issued
monthly in order to keep executives
of high schools and those dealing with
school administration better informed
concerning the aims, ideals, and best
practices in matters of instruction

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and school management.
These "news-letters" bring to the
attention of school executives the ser-
vices available to them through,
the different agencies interested
in education. Copies of the let-
ter are sent to all superintendents
in Michigan, professors ofd.ducation
in all colleges, county commissioners,
all high school principals in schools
of North Central standing, and also
principals, of private and parochial
schools.
In presenting the monthly "news-j
letter;" the Public Instruction depart-
ment and the. University hope to ex-
tend their scope of usefulness and to

assist in promoting the best school
practice in every way possible.
The letters are punched uniformlyj
so that they may be filed and kept in{
each school. The subjects upon which
some of the issues have dealt with
are: "News Notes and Fine Facts for
School People," "Planning' Your
School Program for Next Year," "Clos-
ing the School Year," 'and others, all:
pertaining to better education in the
high schools of the state and coun-
try.

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OHIO STATE-Senior women have
adopted two-piece, white, Dugsglow
sport dresses as the official gown of
the class.

Youth ona lark...
to Europe
Dancing, swimming, playing-
Go over with the Younger
Generation in the rollicking
Tourist Third...and have more
money to spend abroad ...
$1'493.50
(Round Trip)
in Cunard Comfort
Go the economical way with
adventurers of your own
age-people who are deter;
mined that they will see,
and get all the advantages of
havi ng seen, Europe but who
want to save their money to
spend while traveling there
and who enjoy a trip on the
ocean for its own sake.
Do you realize how very
inexpensively this can be
done on big Cunard ships
such as the.CARONIA, CAR- j
MANIA, SCYTHIA, LACONIA,
LANCASTRIA,andTUSCANIA?
You are berthed in a com.
fortable, clean cabin, you
have good food, nicely
served, with ample deck
space and you enjoy the
company of your own kind
of people.,.. because they
are others like you who feel
the adventurous call of tray.
cling Tourist Third Cabin.
You will dance on moonlit C
decks 'to the rhythm of a
college orchestra no feet
have yet resisted. You will
swimin salt water in an im-
provised deck tank. You'll,
play the delightful deck
games that youth-on-a-lark
devises. And there'll be
bridge, - - and conversation;
..and sometimes lost
sleep! But of course you
have your choice between
missing sleep and fun.
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AUGURATE RIGID STA NDARDS
Mt AL PRINCETION FRESHMEN
PRINCETON-Freshmen here with,
ree or more deficieicies must either.
turn to summer school or drop out,
school, it has just been announced;,
phomores with'failing grades are
vestigated' by a special committee
d 'those found unsuitable for upper=
ass study are dropped from the rolls.
ISCONSIN SENIOR REFU.SES
TO ACCEPT PHI BETA KAPPA
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN -
ga Rubinow, a senior in the college
letters and science here, recently
clined to accept a Phi Beta Kappa
y because she did not believe that
rmal honor should be conferred on
e basis of high grades. She also
ntended that grades were not a gen-
ie criterion of rue scholarship and
ellectual capacity, and that the key
.s often 'awarded to the unworthy as
Il as the worthy.
LE HEAD SAYS POOR PAY
SAPS PROFESSORS' MORALE

"Not a few are obliged to live under
conditions which sap morale and
gravely impair their service to the
University."
EVANSTON CO-EDS TO HAVE
T.IWO LATE NIGH'TS A WEEK
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY-
Northwestern's Methodist complex is'
apparently weakening as co-eds are '
to be permitted two 1 A. M. permits
for any day in the week. Further,
students are now allowed unlimited
cutsin alltcourses-taking their own
risks as to grades. These radical
movements are the result of a recent
student congress held there this
month.
ILLINOIS COLLEGE 1DEBATORS
TO CLASH FOR CASH PRIZES,
ILLINOIS-Prizes of $75 to the win-
ners, and $50 to the losers, will be
forwarded following the finals of the
Intramural debating competition in
which a team from the Engineering
college and one from the college of
Liberal Arts, and Sciences will clash.
In addition, the college winning the
debate will be awarded a debating cup
for the year.
Loe Karlin, '29, and Mabel Deere,
'29, will represent the College of Lib-
eral Arts and Sciences; and W. B.
Cheney, '28, and C. J. Luchman will
compose the College of Engineering
team.I

YALE-President James R. Angell
his annual report recently pro-
ted against the inadequacy of pro-
sorial salaries and the lack of a
asonable standard of wages, which
cessitates extra woi'k on the part
the faculty 'in order to earn a com-
table living. In his report he said,

JOHNSON EDITS BOO K
ON ALUMNI ACTiVITIEIS
A book containing news of the ac-
tivities of the one hundred ninety-
three Michigan alumni who are at
present active in affairs of the Phil-
ippines is being prepared for publi-
cation in the near future by E. Finlay
Johnson, '9OLaw, Chief Justice of the
Philippine Supreme court. Mr. John-
son was with the University of Mich-
igan as instructor after his graduation
and became a.ssistant professor in the
Law school in 1896 and professor in
1897. He left the university in 1901
and ha's been professor of Law at the
University of Philippines since 1911 in
addition to being active on the bench.
Before coming to the University of
Michigan, Mr. Johnson was a member
of the Ohio state legislature from 1883
to 1887.
Another Michigan alumnus Mr.
George Malcolm, '05Law, also holds a
position on the Supreme court bench

POTTER REVEALS E OILPA
When Nathan Potter, governor:
the University of Michigan club
Ann Arbor, announced at the
ennial banquet in Chicago last F
day evening that the University
[Michigan club was assuming the
sponsibility for the erection of
Burton Campanile, he revealed pl
that have been a long time ini
making.
This cam'panile will cost betw
$175,000 and $200,000 and will pro
bly be located at Washtenaw.a
South Ingalls. It will be construc
along the general lines of a ske
by Saarmen that hangs in Presid
Little's office, and when comple
will house a carillon for which
student campaign has already b
started.
in the Philippines. Mr. Malcolm
not only a justice, but is also a m
ber of the Law school faculty oft
University of the Philippines al
with Mr. Johnson.

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HILL AUDIT ORIUM
MAY.. -16,17,1..8, 19
First Concert, Wednesday, May 16, 8:155 O'clock
SOLOISTS
MARGARET MATZENAUER, Contralto
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONW ORCHESTRA
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist
FREDERICK STOCK and ERIC DELAMARTER (Guest), Conductor
MABEL ROSS RHEAD, A irpan t
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Flying Dutchman" ....... .......... . .Wagner
ARIAS: (a) "Voce di donna" from "La Gioconda"........Ponchielli
(b) "'Ah mons fils" from "Le Prophete"........Meyerbeei
Margaret Matzenauer.
CONCERTO No. 1 for Organ and Orchestra............DeLamarter
Fa'st, with verve; Very Slowly; Brightly
Palmer Christian
(The Composer Conducting)
(Dedication of the new Frieze Memorial Organ, built by the Skinner
Organ Company, Boston., Massachusetts)
SONGS: (a) Sapphische Ode
(b) Von Ewiger Liebe............ ... ......Brahms
(c) Widmung ............. ................Schumann
(d) Erlkonig...............................Schubert
Mme. Matzenauer
Intermission
ORGAN SOLOS:
(a) Scherzo, "Hymn of Pan" .... .. ........Moore
(b) Impression............................Karl Elert
(c) Toccata, "Thou Art the Rock"............... ...Mulet
Mr. Christian
SUITE for Orchestra, Opus 19 ..........................Dohnanyl
Andante con Variazione; Scherzo; Romanza; Rondo
ARIA, "Gerechter Got" from Rienzi"..................Wagner
Mine. Matzenauer
Second Concert, Thursday, May 17, 8:15 O'clock
SOLOISTS
MARIE MONTANA, Soprano CHASE BAROMEO, Bass
MERLE ALCOCK, Contralto UNIViSITY CIORAL UNION
TUDOR DAVIES, Tenor CHILDREN'S CHORUS
RAYMUND KOCH, Baritone CHICAGO SYMPHONY' ORCH.
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist EARL V. MOQ l, Conductor
PROGRAM
"SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI" .............................Pierne
An Oratorio in a Prologue and Two Parts
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Saint Francis.......Tudor Davies Sister Clare .....Marie Montana
The Leper The Lady Poverty..Merle Alcock
The Voice of Christ........ Birds .........Children's Chorus
...Chase .Baromeo
Friar Leon ......Raymund Koch Friends of St. Francis, Peo-
Friar Angelo plo, etc. ............
Tenor Solor .........Ottis Patton ..University Choral Union
Friar Masseo ......Philip Culkin Earl V. Moore, Conductor
Third Concert, Friday, May 18, 2:30 O'clock
SOLO IsTs
BENNO RABINOF, Violinist M AII M R ONT ANA, Soprano
Childrens Festival Chorus Elre (,e0tr Aceomiuninaent
FREDERICK STOCK and .11 VA 11W DIVE. Voxl'Eductors'
MABL ROSS RIIEAD, Aceoumpaist
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, to "The Impresario"......................Mozart
ARIA, ''SicCome un di" from "The 1-arl Fishers"...........Bizet
Marie Montani
CONCERTO for Violin and Orchestra, E Minor, Opus 64.....
......... ........ ............. M endel'ssohn
Benno Rabino
Itermisslini
CANTATA, "The Quest of the Queer Prince ..................Hyde
Children's Festival Chorus
VIOLIN SOLOS:
Waltz Scherzo ...............................Chabrier
Gypsy Caprice .......... ...............Kreisler
Witches' Dance..............................Paganini
Benno Rabinof
SONGS:
The Crying of Waters ...................Campbell Tipton
The Soft-Footed Snow ............i............Surd Lie
In the Silence of the Night................Rachmaninoff
Love Went a Riding......................rank Bridge
Fourth Concert,' Friday, May 18, 8:15 O'clock
SOLJOIST
LEONORA CORONA, Soprano
The University Choral Um4 ' The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Percy Graingier '(Guest), Conantors
Palmer Christian, Organist ' M}almel Ross Rhead, Planist
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Le Baruffe Chizzotte," Opus 32...........Sinigaglia
ARIAS: (a) "Casta Diva" from "Norma".................Bellini
(b) "Suicidio" from 'La Gioconda"............Ponchiolli
Leonora Corona
SYMPHONY No. 4 E Flat Major, Opus 48................Glazounow
"Marching Song of Democracy"............................Grainge'r
University Choral Union
(Conducted by the Compo'ser)

Intermission
ARIAS: (a) "In Quelle Trin Morbide" from "Manon".....Puccini
(b) "Vissi d'arte" 'from "Tosca"...............Puccini
Leonora Corona
SUITE from "fL'Oiseau de Feu".....................Strawinsky
ARIA, "Adieu, forets," from "Jeanne d'Arc"..........Tchaikowsky
Leonora Corona
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 2:30 O'clock
SOLOIST
PERCY G.RAINGER, Pianist CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FRfEDEIRICK STOCK, Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "The Roman Carnival,' Opus 9.................Berlioz
SYMPHONY No. 5, E Minor, Opus 64................Tchaikowsy
Intermission
CONCERTO for Pianoforte, A Minor, Opus 16...............Grieg
Percy Grainger

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Sixth Concert, Saturday, May 19, 8:15 O'clock
GUISEPPE VERD.I
An Opera in Four Acts
CAST

Aida ...............................................Leone Kr
Amneris..............................Marion T
High Priestes....................... ...... ....Thielma Le
Radames............. ........................Paul. Altho
Amnasro.....................................Marie Basi
Ram phis
The KDing......... .......... ... .... ....... ..Chase Baron

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