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April 25, 1929 - Image 2

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ROSSGORMANLRCHESTRALEADER,
HAS MASTERED MAN INSTRUENT& NOUC
TO ARCTI POT AIRA
Announcement
To Replace Carlson As Aerologisti the Michigan Ce
For University Expedition tra, the teav
Litrains, one leavi
At Mt. Evans Post 4:15 o'clock in t
arriving at Chic
IftBBS HEARS FROM BYRD 5 the other leavi
Word has been received by Dr. 't':e,andar rvi
William H. Hobbs of the geology Io'clock.
department, director of the Uni- There is also
Grand Rapids
versity Greenland expeditions, that lean rbor
Leonard Schneling, who left Ann ?r leave Anm Arbor
Arbor several weeks ago to join stead of at 6:3C
the staff of the expedition at the trolt train now
Mt. Evans station, has arrived at * 4 o'clock in the
Holstensborg. change t g:1
Radio From Antarctic1Carl these changes it
At Holtensborg Schmeling met Who' is bringing himself and his Carrol Vanities and on vaudeville Ieffective Sunday
William S. Carlson, who has arrived orchestra here tomorrow night to circuits. Gorman is said to handle-
there on his way back to the United play at the Military ball. Gorman each instrument liken amaster Prefer Sch
Stte ro t.Eanwhr h!While a very young man, he often re r h
SaefrmM.Eas, ereishfris pictured here with most of m rctcdtfhenoemr orsar
ShsmeingwingassumeCarlson instruments he handles so blithely day, going right from one instru-
lebmeig ill aume pCarlsons in his appearances, but it is said ment to another .in order to mas-
position at the Greenland station. that he has several more. For ter each. He is well-known as an Offering a
Professor Hobbs recently received several years, he was the featured arranger and, composer, and re- Guggenheim Sc
a radiogram from Commander player with Paul Whiteman, and cords with his Virginians, and by , New York univer
Richard Byrd in the Antarctic, lated was headlined with the Earl himself. ( rock airplane fo
which was relayed to the R. O. T. C. --- -I of four papers o
radio station here by means of the Article By President Little In New York to be'submitted
radio station at Mt. Evans. It was students before
disco'vered that more satisfactory Times Praises Strides Made In Educationlander Aircraftc
results could be received by sending ;_the awards, rep
messages from the Antarctic to the I Appearing in the New York Times such as biology, physiology, and er cent of thc
Greenland station, than by sendin for last Sunday, is a feature article Ipsychology, is of the utmost value expressed a p
from the Antarctic direct to Ann President c. C. Little of Ihis in education since it offers the scholarship.
Arbor. byteacher some method whereby he
Confirms Flight Attempt University entitled "Studying the !may understand the "different bio RyanGr
Rumors that Bert Hassell and: Student in Order to Teach Him". ]ilogical characteristics" in the minds
Parker Cramer, the well-known In this article the recent phenom- of students. "Even now," he writes, f Abset
Rockford aviators, would not at- enal growth in the general or- i"such information is being used iii,
tenpt a flight to Europe next sum- ganization of educational means (the creation of special tests to be-
mer by means df Greenland were I throughout the country is highly;taken in most oases by entering IL. H. Ryan, p
denied by Professor H-obbs, who has praised, but the fact is especially students." versity high;
been informed by authentic sources stressed "that too much attention "There is great possibility," Dr. granted a leave
that the flight will be made. should not be paid this "structural" Little continues, "that examina- Board of Regen
Prof. I. D. Scott of the geology phase of education to the neglect tions of this sort, if psychologically vacation in ord
department, granted a leave of ab- Iof the equally and often more im- constructed and properly adminis- able to complete
sence this semester by the Board of portant "functional" features of tered, will enable colleges to deter- at the Universil
Regents, has begun field work on teaching. mine the ability of new students ing his absence,
the investigation of the dunes of Dr. Little explains how knowledge better than the record of their of the high sch
the Great Lakes region. gained through various sciences,! grades made in high school. of W. L. Carr a

CHANGE IN
t has been made by
entral Railroad of-
e will be two new
ing Ann Arbor at
the afternoon, and
ago at 8:30 o'clock,
ng Ann Arbor at
the afternoon, city
ing at Detroit at 3
a change in the
train which will
at 6:20 o'clock in-
0 o'clock. The De-
w leaving at 7:07
evening will be
5 o'clock. All of
n schedule will be
y, April 28.

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olarship
plane Award
scholarship in the
hool of Aeronautics,
tsity, and an Eagle-
or the two best sets
n aviation subjects
by undergraduate
May 31, the Alex-
company, donor of
orts that sixty-two
ise competing have
reference for the
rated Leave
nice To Study
rincipal of the Uni-
school, has been
of absence by the
nts following spring
der that he will be
e his graduate wor
ty of Chicago. Dur
, the administration
ool will be in charg
nd M. L. Byron.

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WHO'S WHO LISTS Statistics Indicate Adding to this the cost of mci-
123 OF FACULTY Examination Waste ntals, pencils, erasers, and other
12IFFA U T classroom supplies, as well as in-
structor's fees and the cost of sten-
Statistics compiled from the cur- - -ciling, the entire cost for the two
rent issue of "Who's Who in Amer- OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.- short weeks of examinations would
ica", show that one out of four of According to the statistics depart- amount to about nine thousand
the active members of the Univer- ment it might be well to ban finl dollars.
sity faculty with the rank of as- examinations here. This university
sistant professor or higher has the spends more than six thousand dol- Enrollment in American colleges
academical "it". That is, from the lars a year for examination paper and universities has increased 25
433 members with at least the alone. In addition to this per cent in the last five years ac-
standing of assistant professorship, the stencils .used in printing the cording to the statistics from 211
123 have been picked for inclusion examination papers cost about institutions approved by the Asso-
in the book. $2,400 each year. ciation of American universities.
The issue also names 13 whoI
hold an emeritus relation with the
University,.two of whom have died
during the past year, and four 'RPotwEfU
Sother men who have transferred 25e1
their teaching activities to other T H E A T R E
schools.
A compilation made in connec- TODAY ONLY
tion with the "Who's Who" list
shows that of theretired members His Supreme Achievement
'of the faculty, 20 men and one wo-
man who also have emeritus titles,
are also listed in the book. All but
teaching, Myra B. Jordon being re-
tired as emeritus dean of women, IN
while Frederick P. Jordan holds
the title of library associate. Harry THE HUNGH BACK OF NOTRE DAME
B. Hutchins, president emeritus,
had seen long service in the Law Ie
school before his elevation to the Victor Hugo s mmtl Masterpiece
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