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'T HE ICHTCA'N DATEY -

TUESDAY. MAY 21, 1020

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AU"A FAA.L, AVAAAA

C$ICAGO UNIVERSITIES
PLAN POLICE WORK ASI
PART Of CURRICULUM'S

CITY OF CHICAGO WILL
USED AS LABORATORY
FOR RESEARCH

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COURSE OPENS IN FALL
Police Chief Will Direct Study'
Of Criminal Methods; Social
Science included
Beginning with the fall semesteri
next October, police work will be-
come a part of the curriculum at
Northwestern and Chicago univer-
sities, and gangster-ridden Chicago
will be their research laboratory.
August Vollmer, chief of police at
Berkeley, Cal., who will head the
new department, at Chicago uni-
versity, and Leonard White, pro-
fessor of administration, have
worked out the plans for the course
in their school. Plans for the
Northwestern course have not been
completed.
The super-detective idea is not
a new one, but this is the first time
that 'it has appeared in actual
"flesh and blood." The courses at
the outset will include the problems
of police administration, and will
eventually become a major study in
which students may work for a
degree. Every means of learning.
the tracking down of criminals will
be employed by the student-detec-
tives. Students undertakin- the
* course will study the chemistry of
poisons, criminology, sociology, psy-
chology, physics and anthropology
ax~d learn to a.pply the studies to
the investigation of crime. In this
way the universities hope to loose
the forces of modern knowledge on
primie through detectives who will
be "doctors" instead of "bulls," and
who will replace guesswork with,
exact information.
Wheeler Is Awarded
Coblentz Law Prize
iThe .Howard B., Coblentz prize,
given each year forhe most effi-
etent work done on the student Law.
:Review board during the current
year, has been awarded to Gordon
I3. Wheeler, '29L, according to an an-
nouncement made by Prof. Burke
Shartel of the Law school.
The Law Review, used primarily
by students, is now utilized in more
than 2500 law offices throughout the
country, ant many complete sets
have been sold for law office li-
PRINCETON, N. J.-Yare's track
team swamped Princeton 86-49, in
their 27th annual meeting here
last Saturday. Five meet records
were .broken.

DAWES, NEW AMBASSADOR TO GREAT
BRITAIN, BIDS HOOVER FAREWELL
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'The HistoIy Of Psychology" Is
Study O? Psychologies Of Ancient
And Modern People
ANALYZES ACHIEVEMENTS.
Announcement has just been
made by W. W. Norton & Co., pub-1
>ushers, of the appearance of.Profes-!I
sor W. B. Pillsbury's new book, "Thel
History of Psychology.." The work
is a comparative study of the
various psychologies which have
been evolved by the peoples of
ancient and modern times. The vol-
ume has incorporated in it an ac-1
curate account of the important
events in psychological thought,
as well as a comprehensive bio-
graphical record of the many his-
torical explorers of the mind.-
Professor Pillsbury in comment-
ing on the announcement stated
'that the book was a brief history of
psychology, showing how modern
President Hoover and Charles G. Dawes, the new American ambas- ,psychology has grown and ad-
sador to Great Britain, snapped in Washington as they held a last vanced from the history of the many
minute conference before Dawes' departure for England. races into its modern scientific
form. All of the achievements from
Aristotle to Freud to Watson are
analyzed and sketched in this new
addition to psychological history.
The work also attempts to show,
what is valuable in the teachings of
the many modern schools of psy-
chology.
College Art Association Announces The Wayne County Training Adelphi Will Elect
Fellowships For Graduate School at Northville, Mich., has ap- lec
And Research Study pointed Dr. Hegge, Rockefelow Next Year's Officers
Six awards for research and fund fellow in Psychology, Director
Iraduate study, granted by the of Research. Dr. Hegge, who has l Adelphi, university debating so-
Carnegie corporation of New York, y been at the University for two years ciety, will hold elections for next
have been announced by the Col- doing research work in psychology, year' hall at a closed session. The
ege Art association. Two of these' will direct the clinical psycholog- candidates for speaker are Nathan
:rants are research fellowships of ical treatments carried on at the Levy, '31, John Diehl, '31E, and Gil-
$2500 each. Prof. E. Baldwin Northyille school. There are at bert Harrison, '31.
smith of Princeton university present about two thousand persons In the open session, prior to the
,vill receive one of these fellow- at the training school, most of election, an informal debate, on the
hips for notable work in the field whom have been sent there from question, "Resolved: That the state
f cataloguing the Vatican collec- Detroit. The institution attempts should asume control of all denom-
tion of medieval industrial art, to aid and train the delinquent and inational institutions except sem-
prof. Walter W. S. Cook of New I abnormal cases, and psychology nes," will take place.
'ork university receives the other plays no small part in the program.
"2,500 gift. Professor Cook is pre- The University of Michigan psy- CHICAGO.-Night sa has
Saring a cpllection of Romanesque chology department, according to made quite a hit in southern Cali-
end early Gothic panel painting in Professor W. B. Pillsbury, will work fornia. There are hundreds of
Spain. The publication of this col- in cooperation with Dr. Hegge in teams in operation at present. The
ection by Professor Cook will the development of clinical psychol- winners of the leagues will play off
necessitate the revision of the his- ogy. Inasmuch as the inmates of to a pennant.
fory of European art in the twelfth 'the school have been placed there -
mnd thirteenth centuries. The re- because of some breach of behavior T
:nainder of the $10,000 to be do- and are all more or less abnormal, Detroit Theaters
.ated by the Carnegie corporation there will be a variety of cases for!
'mas been divided betweerf four wo- the research.
men attending eastern universi-
pies. TICKETS & RESERVATIONS CASS THEATRE
Barnard and Princeton univer- For All Important The All-Star Fun Classic
Lake and Ocean Lines oa mz
sities were tied in the nation wide Tous, Cruises The
competitive examinations held un- Independent Travel Nights, $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3
der the auspices of the College Art E. G. Kuebler Wednesday Matinee
association. In this contest, Miss .Gen.Steamship Agency
assitiontIn thiBcntet Mid 01 E. Huron Ph. 6412 Best Seats $2
Elsie Traunstein of Barnard and ' ANN "ARBOR ________________

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Broker Bancroft
Big he-men of the screen pro- I
vide excellent material for talking,

pictures.
How well the mighty male rec-'
ords is shown by the Wuerth's. cur-1
rent attraction, "The Wolf of Wall
Street," wherein the afore-men-t
tioned Mr. Bancroft mportrrays the
role of an all-powerful financier.
His performance redeems an aver-
age plot concerning the trials and
tribulations of both the Wall Street
and the love sucker. Entertainingd
shorts round out Athe bill.
One of the chief weaknesses of
the talking picture is, that being
considerably slower in unreelingr
than the silent film, an hour hard-
ly provides sufficient time for a
good plot for which the stage re-1
qures from two to three hours. Mu-'
sical productions, on the other
hand, have been pre-eminently
successful. Fox has inaugurated aA
new idea in a "Movietone Follies"
which comes to his Detroit show-
house Friday, featuring a large cast1
of comedians, dancers, - chorines,.
and the other ingredients of-a big-
time revue.

Dorothy Mackaim and Jack Mul-
hall are featured at the Michigan
in "Children of the Ritz," portray-
ing how a society belle punctures
her chauffeur husband's small for- I
tune and then repents. The pic-
ture fails to jnipress, Jut ,an u.-
usually good twin stage show along
with a Lane two-reel comedy make
the program worth seeinrg.

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SCREEN REFLECTIONS I
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His Honor Will Rogers, seen occa-
sionally at the Maj in travel shorts,
couldn't get any nearer to Ann
Arbor this year than Detroit where
,he and Dorothy Stone are appear-
ing in the Dillingham hit "Three
Cheers" at the Wilson. Originally
scheduled- to.nimake .a.personal ap-
pearance tour which would include
this. air town,,he took Fred Stone's
place and scored a tremendous hit
along with dancing Dorothy.
B. J. A.

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FATHER'S DAY
is June 9h
We have a fine line of
Greeting
Cards and Gifts
Also for,
Graduation and Wedding
Gifts
THE ART&
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218 S. State St.
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It. Breaks Al Rules
Violates All Traditions
But Yc L'll Lovefit!
SeeBits scenes of tempestuous
passion--of tender love-the tre-
nendous elimax of the crashing
bridge with its human freight!

Featuring
The European Favorite
LILY DAMITA
(as lCami e)

Appointments
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TO HASTEN GRADUATION
Choose from 450 credit yielding courses in the Social Sciences, the Languages,
the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Education and Theological subj ects.
Turn sparetime to account. For detailed circular address
:e Auib trftf f Ica g
Box S, Chicago, Illinois
This University has been teaching by correspondence for 37 years

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Floating University
For Men and Women
Travelling by land and sea around the
globe. Starting in October; eight months
of education, leading to bachelor's and
master's degrees. Address Graybar Bldg.,
New York, for descriptive catalog.
1928 University is now in Europe
The World Its Laboratory

Ernest
Torrence

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Wednesday "SINNERS In LOVE" Fe aturiog IVE BORDEN

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All Talking Drama!
The W6rld's Great Trading Center
Where Men Spectulate.
George Bancroft
with
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You lauded Bancroft for his
grip ping portrayal in "Under-
world." But to grasp the fullj
significance of his inimitable
talents, hear his mag etic voice.
And hear Baclamiova sing "Love,'
Take My Heart," in this her
latest offering.
also
"Chic" Sales in
The y Are Coming to Get Me
Kentuck JuIee
Singers

"The Wolf of Wall St."

You will hear and see the rush
and roar of ,Wall Street.. The
race for gold will grip you as you
watch the battle ,of the money
giants, inspired by a woman
who skillfully weaves her silken
web to entrap their riches
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Richard Bonelli
Ruby Keeler
FOX MOVIETONE NEWS

A Limited Num .ber of Season Ti"ckets
($6.00, $7.00, $8.00), and tikets for
individual concerts ($1.50,
$2,00, $2.50) are stil
availbl
AT THE SCHOOL Ol MUSIC
Beginning Wednesday Noon
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