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MICHIGAN

DAILY.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1928

ERICAN EDUCATION'
E IS BEING I I
NATION THIS WEEK

ALUMNI TO HOLD
SPORTSMEETING

I'"'Mi [PLAN INITIATION
ALUMNI FE MO1NEY FOR FOREIGNERS
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Starting
Today

SOME PHASE OF EDUCATIONa
HAS BEEN DEDICATED
FOR EACH DAY
TO BRODCAST PROGRAM
Noted Persons in Field of Education
And Music by Schools will
Feature Broadcast
American Education week, being
celebrated throughout the country
this week, is being promoted by
the National Education association.
Each day in the week has been
designated to some special phase:
of education. Monday was known
as health day, Tuesday as home
and school day, Wednesday as know
your school day, Thursday as op-
portunity day, Friday as citizenship
day, and Saturday as community

Although no definite plans have
yet been announced, several well
known sports writers are expected
to be present at the combined
luncheon of the University of
Michigan club of Detroit and the
Detroit Alumni of Michigan State
college, Friday noon, Nov. 16, at
12:15 o'clock at the Detroit-Leland
hotel.
Eddie Batchelor and the sport-
ing editgrs of the three Detroit
newspapers are to be invited to
speak at the affair which is ar-
ranged for the day before the
Michigan-M. S. C. football game at
Ann Arbor. The affair is free to
members of the Detroit club, pro-,
vided that they call for their free
tickets.
A similar banquet for members
of the University of Michigan club'
of Lansing and the Alumni of
Michigan State living in the same
city has been scheduled for Wed-
Snesday night, Nov. 14. These two
dinners were arranged principally'
through the work of G. 0. Stewart,
secretary of the Alumni association
of Michigan State college and T.
Hawley Tapping, Field Secretary
of the University of Michigan
Alumni association.

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11UHE lvHI RThe initiation of new members of
the Cosmopolitan club will take
itr)place at the next meeting of the
clubtto be held at 8 o'clock Sat-
Offer To Procure Ground For urday evening, Nov. 10 in Lane hall.
Dormitories For Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-
New Students tory department will give the prin-
cipal address of the evening. The
DOCTOR LITTLE SPEAKS recently elected honorary membersI
of the organization will be formally j
Alumni of the University of received. They are Prof. Edwin
Michigan club of Detroit an- C. Goddard, of the Law school,:and
nounced recently that they would Mrs. Goddard, Regent Benjamin S.
assume financial responsibility for Hanchett and Prof. Roy W. Cowdin,
obtaining ground on which to erect of the rhetoric department.
dormitories of sufficient size torac- Preceding the initiation cere-
commodate those students who in- monies, there will be an important
tend to attend the University col- business meeting, at which all
lege after that organization has members are requested to be pres-
commenced to function. The plan ent, as some very important mat-
will be underwritten by the club ters will be discussed. The com-
to the extent of $500,000, it was mittee which has been working on
stated. the revision of the constitution of
Action was taken at a meeting'the club will make its report. All
held Monday in Detroit which Dr. members are urged to acquaint
Clarence Cook Little, Presidentof themselves with the constitution
the Universt. and E. J. Ottaway.

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day.
By courtesy o the National ANF IELD:SPEAKS
Broadcasting company, an educa- CA
tional week program will be broad- TO ROMANCE CLUB
cast over its nation-wide network
on Friday night, Nov. 9. It will "Recent Balzaciana" was the,
begin at 10 o'clock, eastern stand- title of an address presented to
ard time, and will continue until members of the Romance Club by
11 o'clock. Prof. A. G. Canfield at a meeting
Representatives of the American held yesterday in the Circle room
Education association together with of the Romance languages building.
John W. Ellwood, program man- t
ager of the National Broadcasting "A great variety of interest has
company, have arranged the pro- in the last few years become
gram. ij focused on Balzac," said Professor
The speakers will be persons Canfield. "His increasing prestige
outstanding in the educational is first witnessed by the many new
field including representatives of editions of his works, both popular
the National Education association, and critical, which are being con-
the National Congress of Partnts stantly published.
and Teachers, and the American Besides the popularity of Balzac's
Legion. books, a great deal of literature is
Msicw. p e obeing written daily concerning Bal-
Music will be provided on the zac, according to Professor Can-
program by students from the pub- field. There are several recent
lic schools. The actual broadcast- books dealing with parts of Balzac's
ing will take place at station WRC biography which hitherto have
in Washington, D. C., and will be been unknown; and in addition
relayed by other National Broad- many of Balzac's lesser works, in-
casting stations throughout th I eluding one novel and several in-
country.' formal sketches, are being printed.
'The first experiment with a na- "There has arisen a marked con-
tion-wide educational radio pro- tention among students of Balzac
gram was completed at the time as to whether or not he was faith-
of the convention of the Depart- ful to lbis wife. A great deal of
ment of Superintendents last Febr- evidence is being presented that
uary. A program was transmitted Balzac was more the sinner than
at that time to all parts of the the one sinned against in this al-
country east of the Rocky moun- liance, although the popular opin-
tains. ion has long been opposite," said
It is believed by many that the Professor Canfield.
radio as an agency for instruction Hirsch Hootkins, of the Romance
in public schools will have a rapid- languages department, reported on,
ly growing use and some go even a periodical bibliography, which he
so far as to say that the radio has prepared.I
should have a definite part in the Prof. Julio del Toro outlined
work carried on in the classroom. briefly the program planned for
the convention of the American In-
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, stitute of Teachers of Spanish, to
$4.00 per year. It's worth it! be held soon in Detroit.
CIVIL WAR VETERAN RETURNS TO
CAMPUS AFTER 47 YEARS' ABSENCE

UlC U1Y1.1y, al e. v. ' a ,y
president of the Alumni association: Mat.
attended. The decision to raise the A2---
funds is in accordance with Dr.a
Little's plan to have the alumni This Show
groups in various parts of the;c ,,
country assume the financial bur-,I I
Sden of some particular portion of and How
the University college plan. This "BACHELOR'S PA
plan provides for all entering stu- with
dents to take a two-year course as SALLY O'NEIL
members of the University college, and
where they will be accorded a gen- EDDIE{
eral education. At the completion News
of this period, the student may !
elect to receive a diploma and leave

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school, or he may enter theUni-
versity for two additional years of j
specialized work. It is Dr. Little's
plan to put the system in opera-
.tion in the near future.
There are sufficient funds avail-
able to make possible the launch-
ing of the dormitory project by the,
first of next month, according to
an announcement from Detroit.
Such a construction, when finished,
probably would house a total of 2,-
000 students, it was said.
Detroit Theaters
CASS THEATRE
Prices:-Nights $1 to $3.85; Wed.
Mat. $1 to $2; Sat. Mat. $1-$2.50
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN
"Golden Dawn"
SHUBERT
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Evenings, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,1
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Thurs. Mat. 50c to $2.00; Sat.
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wife and mother-in-law
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What happens then to this hen-
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wind of mirth and excitement as
you've rarely seen. Actresses pursue
him, police trail him-and then his
wife returns.
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Sixty eight years ago, in 1800,1
M. F. Miles was a student at the
University of Michigan and was
taken away from his educational
career by the Civil war, during
which he served in the Forty-
ninth Ohio Regiment in which hev
later reached the rank of colonel.-
Until a week ago, Colonel Miles
had not seen the Michigan campus
for forty-seven years which, ac-
cording to the colonel, is a long
time to be away from a place that
you love dearly.
The ninety-year old Civil war,
veteran who lives in Wayne, Ohio,
is still in perfect health, despite
his age and a slight deafness andI
traveled from his home to Toledo,

Ohio, alone. In Toledo he rwas
met by Prof. H. L. 4Caverly, of
the Economics department, who
accompanied him on his visit to
Ann Arbor. ColonelnMiles con-
stantly reminisced on the old
campus of Civil war days and re-
called the days when the north
and south wings of University
hall were the only buildings of
those which are still on the campus
today.
When interrupted in his studies
by the war, Colonel Miles intend-
ed 'to return and take up the
study of law but his plans never
materialized - and although he
visited the University several times
after 1861,. he has not been here in
the last forty-seven years.

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