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DWCHT F. DAVIS ACCEPTS POST I -RILLEV
I ~ AT HEAD OF PHI IPPINE ISLANDS
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WASHINGTON, May 18. -~. A:4SAIP NE CRS

EU A1 L Illul LUII U
K RMA# SCHOOL
WOODY, SCHOLING TO LEAVI
ON MAY 29 FOR HAMBURG
WHERE TOUR BEGINS
MANY OTHERS TO ATTENI
Group of 28 Prominent Educationa
Experts Is Chosen to Return
Visit of Last Year
As members of .a representative
group of American educators, chosen
by the International Institute o
Education to repay the visit of 29
German teachers who last yea
toured the United States, Prof
Raleigh Schorling, supervisor of di-
rected teaching and instruction in
the University high school, and
Prof. Clifford Woody, director of the
bureau of research and reference
in the school of education, will sail
from New York May 29th for Ham-
burg, which is to be the starting
point on an extensive tour of in-
spection of the German school sys-
tern.
The party that is making the trip
will consist of 28 prominent Ameri-
can teachers who will be enter-
tained and guided by German edu-
cational societies while in that
country. Each member of the tour
has some special field that he will
investigate as his major interest in
education. Professor Woody will
concern himself particularly with
tests in the field of elementary edu-
cation, while Professor Schorling
intends to make German teacher
training and mathematicalsteach-
ing in secondary schols his most
important study.
While the Americans are in Eu-
rope Dr. Dora Wagner, who last
year spoke -on this campus as a
member of the visiting German
delegation, will take charge of their
itinerary for a period of ten days.
It is her purpose to make clear to
the visitors the most important
features of the famous "Youth
Movement" in Germany of which
she is a well-known leader. Dr.
Wagner is probably the foremost
woman educator on the continent
and is being mentioned as a likely
candidate for the post of minister
of education in the next German
cabinet.
On their return late this summer,
the members of the tour will assist
Dr. John Alexander of this univer-
sity in writing a book on the Ger-
man school system. Dr. Alexander
for some time past has spent his
summers in Germany observing the
characteristics of that country's
educational methods, and the opin-
ions of the touring teachers will be
a valuable addition to his study.
PRIVATE SCHOOLS TOLERANT
COLGATE UNIVERSITY, Hamil-
ton, N. Y.-Norman Thomas, a
prominent Social leader who spoke
at a chapel service at Colgate uni-
versity a fewdays ago,stated that
he believed that private colleges
such as Colgate were more tolerant
of new ideas than state universities.
He claimed that the public institu-
tions are greatly influenced by big-

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'I N 92930HA1N DBOOK
'I SECTION ON ACTIVITIES WILL
INCLUDE SEVERAL
ADDITIONS
CLUBS RECEIVE SECTION
Prospective Freshmen Will Receive

Dwight F. Davis of St. Louis, sec-
retary of war in the Coolidge cab-
inet, is to be the next- governor
general of the Philippines.
In that post he will succeed
Henry L. Stimson, now secretary
of state, and will carry forward the
traditional association between his
new office and the war 'depart-
ment, under which it is adminis-
tered..

Ship Bursts Into Flames, Pilot
Dragged To Ground When
Parachute Tangles
SECOND PILOT BURNED
(By Associated Press)
COL'UMBUS, Ohio, May 18.-One
man was killed and another, slightly
injured here today when two planes
they were piloting in the national

Bible Sometime During July, Stimson was secretary of war in army air maneuvers crashed over a
Howell Announces the cabinet of William Howard northside residential district and
e____Taft, who himself had served as fell in flames.
Many entirely new and original civil governor of the islands before The dead man was Lieut. E. L.
f feat , becoming secretary of war in the Meadows of the Ninety-fifth Pur-
gndatuealthncfuden cut crons oosevelt administration. Similar- suit squadronafrom Rockwell Field,
r. and a wealth of new material con- ly, Luke E. Wright was governo San Diego, Cali.He died when his.
cerning the University and its vast general before he was made secre- blazing ship crashed in the back
organization- will be incorporat tary of war, and Gen. Leonard yard of a residence. The second
ed in the 1929-30 Freshman Wood has been chief of staff at man is Lieut. Fred Salter, Los An-
the army before going to the is- geles, Calif., also attached to the
bookit was announced by Joseph Dwight F. Davis Ninety-fifth Pursuit squadron. He
E. Howell, '30, managing editor. In compliance with the adminis- - ~D wi- g FDv--.li_ jumped with a parachute and land-
1AAmong these features Will be a tration's desire to have the new Maj. Gen. Frank McIntyre, trade ed in a ravine, suffering only burns
section on activities which has not governor general in office before commissioner for the Philippines about the face. He was taken to a
previously been included. There the o gisr e eetJu and former chief of the bureau of doctor's office. His injuries were
will be complete listing of the DntuhsJ insular affairs, as "splendid"se-ipronounced minor.
Band and R. 0. T. C., while the 16, avis is expected to leave as ction for the post. While secre-pe
Pan-elinic ule isued ustre-soon as- possible for Manila.lcinfrteps.Wiesce
Pan-Hellenic rules issued just re- n p b rtary of war he showed deep inter- UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
Gently will also be incorporated. A Announcement Friday of his ac- est in Philippine affairs, the gen- -"What do men think of women?"
picture of the new Women's ceptance of the appointment eral recalled, and visited the is- was the subject of a general
igeLeague building and a descrip'tion brought a prompt expression of lands during the governor general- discussion meeting for -freshmen
Night transcontinental air mail countries combined. The map above' of the theater, tea-room, cafeteria approval from the Philippine dele- I ship of Cameron Forbes. women
has speeded the service so much shows how air mail sent from Newlibrary, and other sumptuous fit- gation here in the interest of the
that the United States now has the York is flown across the continent tings of the structure will run in islands during the congressional: llllllllll'fil llllilllllllllllil8ill 1illllllllilllllll11lllllllih
to the west coast, thereby causing the women's section. consideration of tariff revision,
fastest and longest air mail servthe loss of only one business day The cartoons for this issue havewhich includes Speaker Roxas, CT Et
ice in the world, and does more The picture is a night scene of the been drawn by Lee Blaser. '32, Senator Osmena and Commission-1
riight flying than all the European mid-way airport in Iowa City, Ia. staff artist of the Gargoyle. These ers Cuevara and Osias.
~-cartoons mark the various sections He also has been described by
St- " lof the handbook, and are descrip-- Lafayette at Wayne Cadillac 1100
Kaiser's Grandson Ldy ContemDlatesIive of the material contined there-
mti oTHIRD BIG WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, MAY 19th
WorksBSuLaborer Buenos Aires Flight one complete section has been Wednesday Matinee, Best Seats, $2.00
T A'b :devoted to foreign language clubs Nights, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3.00 - Saturday 'Matinee, 5e,
In Assenmbly Shop ' and foreign clubs, and another toLUA $1.50, $2 and 2.5
_EWY(ByAs ata Pesdramatics and forensics. All the A Jed Harris Produc asn
NEW YORK, May 18-Col. Charles ' material has been thoroughly re- _ _- The All-Star Fun Classic
(liv Assoiated Press) A. Lindbergh, air trail blazer, is vised and rewritten, and the song Ry a
LOS ANGELES, May 18.-Garbed contemplating a flight from Miami, section has been enlarged to in- Every Able-bodied Man In Country
in greasy overals, Prince Louis Fer- la., to Buenos Aires, for a survey dude all of the Michigan songs. A' Was Member Of Orgenization
ingasydveralPrsin disF of a mail and passenger route. I new map of the campus will also At One Time
dinand von Prussia, grandson of Plans for the proposed service be included.
the former German kaiser, was were announced by Col. Lindbergh The staff of the Freshman (By Associated Press)
found Friday working as a laborer and J. T. Trippe, president and gen- Handbook is headed by Howell, who RICHMOND, Va., May 18.-The F
in the assembly plant of the Ford eral manager of the Pan-American is the managing editor, and Mar- oldest regiment in America, organ-
Motor Co. here. IAirways, Inc. Col. Lindbergh is tin Mol, '29,'business manager. I ized in 1680, nearly 100 years before A Comedy of Actor Aristocrats by Geo. S. Kaufman and
Motoi Co.Ferei. a dmihe lis technical adviser for the company.'Robert Silbar, '30, and Pierce Ros Edna Ferber
"Loui eian d, admisted enberg, '30, are associate editors, the American war of independence,
identity to newspaper men as he SENIORS WILL RECEIVE Robert L. Sloss, '31, assistant edi- has been revived after a brief pe- With
idetiy o nwsapr mn s e HIDE TI ANN JEFFERSON MARJORIE
sat on the curb in front of the fac-A'tor, Fdward L. Warner, '30, sports iod of lost identity. HAIDEE OTTOA
INVITATIONS TUESDA.YRIeditor, and LouiseAN BhIS woa
tory at noon with several other c L e yme i, '31, The first Virginia regiment, bear- WRIGHT KRUGER ANDREWS DeANGELIS WOOD
workmen eating his lunch from a woman's editor. Each of these g-
woken ati hInvitations and announcements persons is responsible for one sec- ing tesars anu scars of every j It pokes at our ribs till we are convulsed with laughter, then a
Tape .acfor the senior literary students will tion. The copy for the Handbook American war, is recreated by a i= clutches at our throats until we turn away, half ashamed of our
The prince said he liked his job. be distributed upon presentation of is practically all prepared, and will I war department order authorizing ^ tears.-RALPH HOLMES in THE TIMES.-
"I'm just goofy-you understand receipts at University Hall on be ready for the printer before a change of designation, and no Rich in wit * * * Done with a dash and a finish that gives the E
that--about it," he told interview- I Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3,June. It will .come off the presslonger is the 183rd infantry, Vir- stamp of authenticity.-LEN SHAW in THE FREE PRESS.
ers, "although I do not know what until 5 o'clock, according to an an- some time during July and will be ginla national guard, the appella- A wise play and a little reverent ** One of the finest perform-
my parents will do when they find nouncement made Saturday after- sent to all the freshmen who are tion given it directly after the .,anees in seasons.-RUSSELL McLAUGHLIN in THE NEWS.
out about it.'' I noon. y to attend Michigan next fall. -fter-war. _l__lllllllllllllllilllll__llif__il__l__ll__H__I__Il__lNllII
Great ALL TALKING Drama! MAY FTIVAL
The Melodramatic Sensation of- 4 Days - , 1929 - 6 Concerts
The World's Great Trading Center. HILL AUDITORIUM - ANN ARBOR
Where Men of Wealth Speculate
a iWith .Love.
EARL V. MOORE Musical Director
Where the Foolish Trade with Sin.- FREDERICK STOCK Orchestral Conductor
WUerth ERIC DELAMARTER Guest Conductor
Presents JUVA HIGBEE Children's Conducto
George Bancroft
Edith Mason Soprano
in his first speaking role Chicago Civic Opera Company
with Jeannette Vreeland Soprano
BACLANOVA NANCY CARROLL Distinguished American Artis
Sophie Braslau Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
"The Wolf of Wall St." R Marion Telva Contralto
You lauded Bancroft for his You will hear and see the rush Metropolitan Opera Company
gripping portrayal in "Under- and roar of Wall Street.. The Richrd C
world." But to grasp the full race for gold will grip you as you Premier American Concert Artist
significance of his inimitable wratcA the battle om the money
talents, hear his magnetic voice. Paul Althouse Tenor
And hear Baclanova sing "Love, giants, inspired by a woman e
Take My Heart,' in this her who skillfully weaves her silken Metropolitan Opera Company
latest offering. web to entrap their richesM Lawrence TanO ett Baritone
Also Metropolitan Opera Company
"CHIC" SALES in Richard Bonelli Baritone
They Are Coming to Let Me Iy Chicago Civic Opera Company

KENTUCKY JUBILBEEBarre Hill Baritone
KENTUKY JUILEEChicago Civic Opera Company
SINGERS William Gustafson Bass
RICHARD BONNELLI AND RUBY KELLER in Metropolitan Opera Company
SONGS AND DANCES oseftHofmann
Polish VTirtus
FOX MOVIETONE NEWS uoso
C"T' A TDTMNTr" Vt.e-. W.1S Violinist I

oted patriotic societies which refuse
to allow any so-called radical ideas
to be taught.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY.-Regu-
lations for residence of women stu-
dents have been completed and
women are now required' to live in
dormitories, sororities or in approv-
ed private homes devoted ex-l
clusively to women.
Pipe Smoker
Has a Kick"
All is Own 3
St. Paul, Minn-
Larus & Bro. Co June 1, 1927
Richmond, Va.
Gentlemen.
About five years ago, after trying
out many different styles of pipes
from the Missouri meerschaum to the
genuine meerschaum, including the
upside-down style made popular by
Wee-President Dawes, and experi-
menting with just about all the to-
baccos then on the market except
Edgeworth, I finally decided that pipe-
smoking was not for me.
For the last year or so I noticed the
boys around the office here using
Edgeworth to the exclusion of all
other tobaccos and evidently get ting
real pleasure from their pipes.
In April of this year I was in Canada
on a business trip and decided to take
another whirl at pipe-smoking. So I
inested a good share of my savings,
ir. a pipe and a few cents additional
-' for a can of Edgeworth.
From then on I have been figura-
tively kricking, myself around the block
about once each day when I think of
the five lean years I put in trying to
get along without a pipe. However, 1
am trying to make up for lost time
and amtsucceeding quite well. Why
I failed to try Edgeworth long ago will
have to go down in history as an
uniolvd uestion. But now that II

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