" 'UESDAY, APRIL 23, 1929
THE MICHICAN DAlEt
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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS EMPLOY I
COLLEGE TRAINING N UINNESS1
R-s_-h.ry I torious industries unfair to labor
Three Committes, Considers or in the quality of their products.
City Problems These industries will beconspicu-
ous by their absence from white-
With the approach. of gradua- lists which the committee intends
tion, erstwhile collegiate radicals, to prepare. ,
socialists, idealists and whatnot The Speakers Bureau is the third
become very practical young gen- unit of these graduates. Thesec
tiemen intent on using their edu- people, almost all of them ex-t
cation for the acquiring of that perienced public speakers, areI
"first million." It is interesting, bringing pertinent matters to the
then, to note that a group of young eyes of the public over the radio,c
graduates of City College, Colum- at church meetings, and at settle-
bia Barnard, and Hunter colleges ment gatherings.
in New York city have banded to- The group composing this novel:
ba ed o- experiment is homogeneous only in;
geter for th~e purpose of con-isdsrtobofoxeunlih
structively applying their under- its desire to be of some unselfish
graduate ideas concerning ethTcs aid to the public. Among its num-
to definite problems in thecit ber is found graduate students at:
This optimistic. body, probably Columbia, law school, students, and,
the only one of its kind in existence .undergraduates of the various col-
in North America, is -lnown as the s.
"Research. Group." It is divided
into three committees, one known Dana Attends Izaak
as the Municipal.research:unit. z=
This department is at present pre- Walton Convention)
paring material which will be of
value in the organization of a third Dean S. T. Dana of the School
party in the coming campaign in of Forestry and Conservation, and
New York. Others of the group of. H.or .sry ghn o rt o reatr
are investigating city contracts, prof. H. M. Wight, of the Forestry
water rates, and municipal mar- school returned Sunday from the
kets. Seventh Annual convention.of the
A second group is the Industrial Izaak Walton League of America.
Committee which, is concerning it- They attended in an advisory ca-
self with the investigation of no- pacity.
By War Department
MajorReinold Melberg, head of
MARCH TO SPEAK Berry Makes Survey
rnr r'TTNCI2 i DOf Trenton Schools
f News From Other Colleges
kJI'N %-,I311NL,3L tt41 ,
th UDr. Benjamin March, curator of
the University R. O. T. C. unit, has Oriental art at the Detroit Institute
been transferred to Fort Monroe, it of Arts, will speak on "Chinese
was learned at the headquarters Palace Architecture" in the Archi-
today. The War Department has tectural school auditorium at 4:15
transferred. Major Melberg to Fort Thursday afternoon. The lecture
Monroe to complete an advanced will be illustrated.
course in the Coast Artillery School Dr. March has spent considerable
before entering the foreign serv- time in China, and the lantern
ice.. , slides used in connection with his
Major Melberg, who will leave in talk are based on photographs
September, has been head of the made by him. Many of them are,
local unit. since Nocember, 1925. in:color, thus bringing out the un-
Previously he spent one year at the usual part played by color in Chi-
University as a student, then en-, nese architecture.
tered upon his military career in Lithographs of New York, by.
West Point. His successor has not Vernon Howe Bailey are on display
yet been appointed. in the cases this week.
Prof. Charles S. Berry of the
School of Education has been
carrying on an extensive survey of
the public school system ofTren-
ton, N. J. For the last eight weeks,
Professor Berry, in conjunction
with Clinton P. McCord, Calvin
Derrick, Dr. Leroy A. Wilkes, and
Dr. Edgar A. Doll, all prominent
educators of the East, has been
coihpiling data obtained by obser-
vation of the school attendance.
A plan for the revision of the
system so as to recognize the needs
of exceptional children ;will provide
for the correct instruction of the
gifted, . crippled, sub-normal, delin-
quent, defective in speech, anemic,
psychiatric, and tubercular in the
regular schools, and special care
for the blind and deaf.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.
Soap dishes have been placed on
the walls of buildings on the Min-
nesota campus for depositing cig-
WESTERN RESERVE UNIVER-
SITY. The Dean of the Univer-
sity has posted a request to "throw
all waste paper on the floor instead
of baskets because a cluttered floor
tends to give the college a more
LANSING, MICHIGAN.,. Coach
Harry G. Kipke has been officiaclly
appointed golf coach in addition to
his other duties at Michigan State.
University of Colorado.-Classes
in dancing for freshmen only are
being given on this campu$
throughout the semester. The
charge is 10 cents.
University of Hawaii.-Fifty co-
eds are competing in a beauty con-
test here which will be judged by
Tulane University.-Three hoboes
arrested here for taking a free ride
on a freight train turned out to, be
girls from Randolph Macon college.
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