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)1TH

MICHIGAN.

DAILY

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ICHIGAN PRESS LUB
TO HOLD CONVlNTION
RE FO RTHBE NYS
LITTLE . AND EFFINGER WILL
SPEAK TO PUBLISHERS
AND EDITORS
PROGRAMS ARE ARRANGEDI
Will Be Tenth Annual Convention
'Of OrganizationFounded
In Ann Arbor

EMOTIONAL INSTABILITY IS CAUSE
OF CHEA TING,_COLGA TE MAN SA YS

University Of Michigan Club Of Detroit Sets October 17 As Definite Date For Annual D

College cribbers are distinct
psychological types as contrasted
with ordinary students, according
to Herbert C. Brownell of Colgate
university who recently made a
secret investigation of 30 soy-called
successful Colgate cheaters. Un-
known to the men, Brownell by
devious methods collected data and
then analyzed his information.
Brownell says that the cribbers
were more emotionally unstable
than the average student. More
than half the men were below the
campus average intelligence. The
great majority of the 30 were found

to be extroverts, good social mixers,
men who are inclined to be more
active than intellectual.
"His (the cheater's) low intelli-
gence may make cheating some-
what of a necessity. His extrover-
sion may operate to further this.

October 17 has been definitely
ner given by the University of Mich
set as the date for the annual din-
ner given by the University of
Michigan club of Detroit in honor
of this year's graduates who have
settled in Detroit.
Two hundred and forty members
of the class of '28 are to be guests

of the club this year at the ban- is going to have a headquarters at
quet at the Book-Cadillac hoteL Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Illi-
Lou Bu'rt, '12E, is chairman of the nois game under the supervision of
committee in charge of the affair. 1 Clarence Roseberry, Alumni Secre-
Burt is general manager of the tary of the University of Illinois.
Michigan Bell Telephone company. More than 500 alumni are expected
In addition it has announced to the game from Chicago alone on
that for the first time, the Univer- special trains and the headquarters
sity of Illinois Alumni association is being located in the Michigan

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With speeches by faculty men
featuring its programs, the tenth
annual convention of the Univer-
sity Press Club will be held in Annj
Arbor November 22, 23, and 24.
President Clarence Cook Little, who
will speak at the President's Ban-
quet on "The University and the
Newspaper," and Dean J. R. Ef-
finger of the College of Literature
Science and Arts are among the
principal speakers chosen from the
University to speak before the edi-
tors and publishers of Michigan
at that time.
Regents Are Sponsors
The President's banquet at which
President Little will speak is being
sponsored by the Regents of the
University complimentary to the
editors and publishers, niore than
300 of whom are represented in the
club. Dean Effinger, who has just
returned from abroad, will address
the convention on "The French
Newspapers."'
The convention will take the
form of an instructional institute,
in which faculty men representing
various fields of learning will give
addresses an lead discussions, it is
announced by Prof. J. L. Brumm, of
the department of journalism.
Select Special Topic
One program will be devoted en-
tixely to thengeneral topic, "If I
Were Running A Newspaper."
Speakers on this topic will include
a leading lawyer, a prominent
physician, minister, educator and'
business man, Professor Brumm
said.
The University Press Club was
organized ten years ago under the
auspices of the Department of
Journalism, on the occasion of the
annual convention of American
Teachers of Journalism held in
AJn; Arbor.
"The annual convention has been
a very potent means of bringing
tlie University and the newspaper
men of the state into an under-
standing relationship," P r o f .
Brumm maintained.

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A DARING PICT

Tearing Away the Sham
To Show Modern Girli

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otional instability may make .91ICItt11111 k lllilIlli llili li l IB I lillillill it~llti1 1 1i itl1 it
r for the spirit to succumb =
the two-fold necessity," he Startin
Brownell believes also that
han half the college cheat Today
uld be eliminated if this
ogical type were eliminated.
5'he Got Wha Yo.eLokgF
ADOLPH ZUKOR aNa JESSE L. LASKY oyosrF r
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NITES
8:4035c &
ATURDAY I
URE in
s of Yesterday 1=
ood as It Is!
4 wIi
-.jaramou t Turn your eyes in her direction and you
can't resist this dazziling creature of the
gilded Parisian salons. She knows her
"how and she captures all hearts. The
whole world loves her.
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WHAT
THE-'r~
MODERN
DOING
ON THE STAGE
BOB & GALE SHERWOOD
aand Their BUNCH
! EY'S - "Entertaining Entertainers"
SUNDAY-MARION DAVIES AND DOUBLE STAGE SHOW
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WHAT
IS
THE
MODERN
GIRL
THINKINt
ABOUT
7EMPLE??
SeJsationu "rt

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