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February 24, 1929 - Image 2

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~U1 A', I fL3rU'ARY 24, . 129


lAJAll I I! TUL C~Xlts Possible IChoice ;SHAW CONT INUEJS
DY PRSIDET LITLE' For Navy Secretary _
Wilfred B. Shaw, General Sec- ALL T
By P SIDI LIT U 11retary of the Alumni association.
______ ~returned to Ann Arbor yesterday i______
-Uha Vttet, =hitellgyfe Neglected! after completing the first step in
With Too Much Attention To 'his investigations for the Ameni-
Subj1ects And Courses can Association for Adult Edua-
ion at Chicago, -Northwestern and
Depaw unversties He illre
ALUMNI ARE QVERLOOKED ! main pu here a fewunvries days and l then
----- ;leave for the East where he will re-
College alumni have been "tre- Y 5,. main for most of the six months
nwndously overlooked" in the I.Y~ during which he will conduct his-
survey on develpents and poten-ti
sbheme of American education,; tialities in collegiate adult educa-'
Presidient Clarence Cook Little told
~nibers of the Massachustts!. Mr Sh'aw, who has already re-
Sechoolh'asters 'club, recently' in ceived a promise of support from
Boston: He also recommended that Detroit alumni, was greatly en-
Collge etrace rquiemens icouragred by the neret show n his
c 11eg etanereuieensinvestigtions by soudflaeicialsmhaisonat the
sh~ld-plcemor ephaisonuniversity of Chicago and at,
character. Northwestern University. His next J
Speaking of the colege grad- ; stop 'will be at several Eastern'
ales as a body he said that he op-i schools which have aleady under-
posed-to use the collegiate phras -, taken the Alumni University pro-!
- hghtng" h lmisnega in some form or which. at
with college nedu~ationeplus 'bsi-e leat m reacted favorably to it. Mr. -
nesm experience they may be vaie- Stuart Cramer ;i Shaw's official si- months leave
able aid. Further, he said, gradu- North Carolina Textile man, en-'of absence from his Alumni asso-
ates will respond readily to the gineer and graduate of Annapolis 'ciation duties has been granted by1
proper appeal 'from their alma who may be Hoover's choice as Sec*-'the Board of Drectors of the ass-i
mater. retary of the Navy. It is rumored ciation.
I believe American education that the final selection lies be--_________
='a paid too much attention to tween 'him and Chales Francis:I OHIO WESLEYAN-Co-eds are
subjects and courses and not Adams, Boston business man and "living under less stringent house
enbugh to character and intelli- treasurer of Harvard University. rlsta vrbfrsnesn
gec. So much thought is' given -rwmnaenw loe osa
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tinued mental growth," asserted j -____________________
President Little.O
"College admittance requirements C~
should certainly not neglect the W fla @ oe
academic. But they should pay h r o si
more attention to character. If a H Ef
n~erit systemi were installed, the (~
'esult woulid' be. a wiser selection
Leadership, courage and industry
in the face of setbacks, were named - ~ U
by the University head as the three , e n orVF, u
Drincipal traits to be required for-
college entrance. He declared that
the'developroeft of these charac-_
xnrstcssolbeiintelentary- schools. Schools, he said, - ________________________
can point off hand to those pupils ________
in their class already possessing 25c 25C
"Here the Alumni would comeni________
in," he concluded, "The alumni of
one particular school would seei SUNDAY, MONDAY AN!USA
that the pssessors of the properl Cicu san ia4vi en4
characteristics obtained t h e i r tt44 c m t h i lE i e c
chance of going to college, as their t with
traininig could be shifted to fitHELEN FOSTERt
them sooner to business. This!.
Wiser selection of material would. Star of "THE ROAD TO RUIN"
result in better all-round citizens. ______________________________________
No Fbrest ry Division ;-i
PQ Locte HeIre-Danra r iIATRE {
There is to be no establishment T Eothne nihdvsonfte-= =+
Uited- States forestry depart-
ment's division headquarters here Lafayette at Wa3 ne Cadillac 1100 2
in Ann Arbor, it was announced ~2
by Dean Samuel T. Dana, of the,2BEGINNING. MATINEE
School of Forestry a(d Coserva- U . VEL T ED. 2& SAT.
tion recently. SU . VEd., A LBi. w2t
A statement to the effect that I= VEN .GS. S,-1.0j$, 2.0ani$.0h
EVC& S...1 15,$,$.0ad30
such a headquarters would deft- POPULAR WEDNESDAY MATINEE .........$,$1.50 and $2.00 L OWE
nitely be established hebre was SATURDAY MATINEE....................$1, $150, $2 and $250
Dilye i as ceingfrmsecr tetay =Dietfo Tn rllatYa h axn liotTete, 2IY
Drinted cinfrt iseofthe ietfo n rllatYa.u h.oin lit har,,
McLeish of the, Ann Arbor Chai- New York(
ber of Commerce. According to2.-
Dean Dana, temporary headquar- G WEP
Madisn, Wsconin, nd i is igh-2 EN
ters for the new division are at 2 T 1e - v
limprobable that the location ofH ae
the headquarters could be brought.1 nteUfrgtal rm
here. = nteUfretal r-a=IA
j A committee has been appointed ?2: R BE
by the Chamber o Commerce in 2 -
anr endeavor to bring the division _ ~I ~LJtiL EON.
here. The committee consists of '2 E j j
Hackley Butler, chairman, Arthur -GERE= BT adN PESproRId~t
W. Stace, and ,R. N.: Frisiriger, all i 2yGOG BOTadANPETNBIGR
DfAnAbradDa aulT) ana of theSdhool of Forestry and= A JED HARRIS PRODUCTION

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