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P'AGE TWO

THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,, SEPTEMBER 24,..1923

PADILLA -STATES &IMS'
OF MEXICANTEACHING~
(By Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 22-Five
points of major importance are
listed in the government's program,
of public instruction, as outlined
by Ezequiel Padilla, secret~ry of ed-
ilcation, to the 'National Teachers
convention here.
Preparation for the work ing
classes to resist abuse by big in-
dustry, war on religious fanaticism
and defense of the freedom of
thought doctrine, intensification of
physical training and$ development
of sports, an offensive against al-
coholismi andl concentration on the
;awakening of a spirit of optimism
jr., the people are the pillars of the
go\,erment's program.

Elaborate. Program Of
Will Keep Fresbi
(Continued from Page 1)
published' regularly this week to of-
fer the Daily 'Official Bulletin as it
does throughout the year, a special
bulletin will be published each
Imorning to inform advisers and
students of any change in the pro-
gram which might become neces-
sary, and to carry special an-
nouncements from various depart-
ments of the University.
Is Third Program
Although the present Freshmar
Wieek program is the third of iW
kind to. be held at the University
tie first being iniaugurated durinp
j the admin~stra ion of ,Dr. ClarencE
d Cok Little, the idea is just begin-
? fling to emerge from the experi.
Imental stages, according to thos(
in charge' of the arrangements
Several changes have been made iz

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_________ Be gun In Europe,
the program over those of the last I ByAsocated1Press)
two years, with the hope that each i CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 23 -
tchange and addition will tend to-
1j ward greater helpfulness to the The pre-war slogan "Berlin to Bag-
1'student beginning his college ca- dad" has changed to a more mod-
e reer. ern "London to Bagdad."
ti Freshman Week, as explained by! Direct communications between
its founders, is a process of orienta- I the English capital and the city
tion which will serve to acquaint lof the Arabian Nights was opened~
the incoming , students with the; when the famous Simpson express
various departments and functions! extended its air passenger and ex-
of the University, and thereby i press service through Conistanti-
a eliminate to a great extent the con- nople to Nusseibine. An automo-
,s fusion which has prevailed during! bile bus service links the latter'
rthe opening days of the school town to Mossoul, which, in turn,
g year. For the past two years the is connected with the colon "ul city
e program has been in charge of o .f Bagdad by a narrow guag e 'rail-
- Prof. William A. Frayer, recently, way operating a regular service.
-resigned from the history depart----
;e ment, though this year's director, ested in the idea since its inception
s. Professor Bursley, has been inter- at the University.
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