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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

t MT rSD AY. 0 C' oBr,,r, 21, 1921,

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RDIU YNDFDSDEWEY RECEIVES BIRTHDAY TRIBUTEi
FROM MEN AND WOMEN OF LET TERS
nrIto, him by his disciples, and spore
MDIIL ~R IT yr o'"A wonderful tribute was paid for about fifteen minutes at the
tJohn Dewey at the celebration; banquet. He read letters which
uari th.bCortisay,"of tedhoo f.90'sewito n iiam Ja es, f arar
CluEDStuaIrt NI Cobrthd,f tedcPolof. wer' ritenblhiamJmsinotHearard
!euctin yesterday after his re-E and discussed ideas which, then,
turn from New York where he at -were considered revolutionary but
University Presiden t Addresses tended the functions given in honor today are accepted by all thinkers
of the great American philosopher. as true.:,

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PUBtLCIST SHOWNS

'INTEREST IN LINGUISTICS SPREADS
THROUGH STATE' AVERS MUYSKENS

ORCHESTRA ISSUES

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Teachers Association v"Over 1200 eminent American
At Siginaw men and women of letters attended
______the luncheon given at the lo el
Astor," continued Professor Cour-
MINIM IZES IMM ORALITY s "President Angell of Yale pre-
sided, and the speakers were James
Noxesosil Hrfarvey Robinson and Jane Addamas.
CollegesNo eosbeIr! Telegrams from all parts of the
Morals of Undesirable world were read, congratulating tile
Students septuagenarian sage. In the dis-
cussions of the previous day,.schol-
arly addresses, carefully prepared,
(ContinuedFrom Page One) were read on the influence of
"In developing this thesis, let mhe; Dewey's philosophy in various fi elds.!
first clear the way by pointing out One excellent paper was rendered
that the age long game of critiz- by Prof. Schneider of the Univer-
sity of Columbia, who discussed Dc-
ing the younger generation can be w .ey's contribution to sociology.
played with satisfaction to oneself! Other brilliant papers were given
'6n-y by confusing mnanner and by Dr. Ernest C. Moore, of the Uni-,
morals, forgetting the old adage, versity of Southern California, who
"other times, other manners," aci; spoke on Deyey's contribution to
education, and Jesse H. Newlion,
by acting as if environment head no d i r e c t o r of Lincoln. Nebraska!
Bfeet. schools."
"I hold it to be evident that the "Dewey, the most constructive
university is not and n&ver ca be and original thinker of America,"
concluded Professor Courtis, "was

Con vention of
Will be Held

in 1936

VIENNA, Oct. 23- One conveni-
tion announced for 1930 in Vienna,
has aroused no enthusiasm among
hotel men and shop keepers. The
SUnion of T1amips has called upon
vagabonds fromt all parts of the
world to assemble here 'at 'WhitsbXn-
tide and show dull city dwellers hoax
carefree are "the sons of Mother
!Earth."
BERLIN-Abolition of military
conscription has causcd a steadily
I rising marriage rate in Germany.
Dr. Otto Wagner of the fedoral
statistical bureau explains it: "'Man
is born to serve and obey. If he
does not serve the state he has to
serve women, and there are 2,000,-
000 more women than mien in Ger-

a reform school, both because it getsc
the students too late-in life to mor-
alize them and for the rca _on that
its task .is to provide air education!
for, these with habitudes and apti-
tudes to receive it.I
"It is to be hoped, and we believe
it to be true, that the moral stamn-
ina that is the natural heritage of
the normal boy and girl, will, if
carefully fostered by wise parts,I
seldom, if ever, be weakened dur-'
,the college years by associaticw,!
with the unfit as. represented in!
universities. The parent, better
than anfyone elce, can'know wh'eth-
er or not it is safe to send -a son or
daughter to college.I
'flut how can we keep the repu-
tation of the genus student from
being besmiched?-an important
matter since his reputation in" a
very real sense makes the comm- 1
munity estimation of his. college.;
Obviously, I believe, in two ways--j
the university mnay develop his
pl de in hris institution and the pub-i
Bc may be brought to realize that
the really unfit student constitutesI
A small minority of the university I
, roup, the responsibility for whose
a'cts shouild be laid at the door of
the parenlts.
" When it is generally understoodI
that unconventionality is not
necessarily immnorality, that the i
Misbehaving students constitute a'
inori~ity of the u'niversity popula-
tion to be returned to the home,+
and that the parents of expelled +
and suspended students may usu-I
ally be reminded that "as the twig'
is bent the tree is inclined," we I
shall see morie clearly the typical
student as he is today-one of the
finiest products of our civilization,
giving ample pr'omise of making
a better world than are have been
able to shape."
Visit the
Art and Gift Shop{
216 South State Street I

deeply moved by the tribute paid many today.
S OPH~MORES
EVERY SOPHOMORE SHOULD KNOW
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
A knowledge of these subjects is of great personal
value and will open ulp to you many positions in busi-
ness. A mastery of bookkeeping is also useful.
One or two hours each day or two evenings a
week will enable you to obtain this practical training.
Our location at Staite and William Streets is close to
the campus.

I II iiiL~ U 191 "Interest in the significance of is open to thle public, but the second
languages has increased remak- dsusdbfr ss
y___ ably within the last few months lectecl group of twenty Saginaw'U LLI [L ILIJ
among students throughout the teachers.I
}, Multiplicity of Liquor Trade state of Michigan",~ Professor J. H.:! Duo to the new statc-wicke iter- Appearances of the School of
t Does otJiyLws Muyskens yesterday stated in an in-, est in linguistical sciences, Prof. MIusic orchestra, string quartets,
Not ustfy Lw's terview given The Daily. As evi-;Muyskens, in connection with the'and other instrumental ensembles
Continuance. dence of the, fact, Prof. Muyskens University Extension division, is giv- are scheduled for the near future
is now being called out of townI ing instructions at t:he Flint Normaladwilbanoce oa-
iW RIE FR COLIERScomingfous lnanser toeusts , rcollege. The extension course, open;
- WRTES OR CLLIE'S cmin fro alloverthe tat ,o to teachers in high schools and crding to Prof. David E. Mattern,
_____lectures on phonetics and general junior colleges, deals with diag- of the School of Music.
speech science. ati.Cne nosis and improvement of speech. The University can have a finer
(CniudFo ae01) At the request of the American I symphony orchestra, Professor
Fie delcared that only 31 of Phil- Association of University Women ThtitrsIntepoeia Mattern states, if an enthusiastic
(,,adcliphia's 1200 open bars now re- at Saginaw, Professor Muyskens is ;science is spreading to the high1 support is given the organization
,, ;main, but that liquor may be ob- giving a series of lectures covering Is~Iools is shown~ in that Prof. Muy- by student musicians. There are
eobtained in the countless alley general linguistics. The lectures,° skens will lecture tomorrow at still aniefooeoboe
anjaura v Highland Park in Detroit, speakingbsson, twots trmonesband one
aplaces that have resuzlted from thl)e iven on Tuesday adStrdye-;on "Specialization of Education", tba.onMtorolayesan sd n
eiclean-up. He defined an open bar enings, include the general topics, Inthulcura.f Muyoes allt lastrigscinsbesecill
- es ar place equipped with a bar. .rail, "Reflexology of Language" andIntelcuPrfsrMyknsalhe'rigetosspily
mirror, bartender and no questions "Objective Studies of Human Be- ' will show the new bioligical back-; the viola and bass. Applicants may
!asked. havior". The first group of lectures ; ground for interpretation' of speech I interview the conductor any day at
---phenomena. 1'the rehearsal hour, from three to
Oingwcto theour emdforContour Hair /- 1
Mobng-w isle to announce an addition to our staff n %VZ0,' S 8 ,
l the Person of /e~1
cd11 t4 1
e Mr. Leonard Curtis Love, Formerly of tk. e. t4
°Hudson' s Parisian Room, Detroit I )Ot °"
-A Bob liven youi by eith'er M. Leonard or Mr. M'aurice wilinprove '4
-your a',Icarance to a degree of dstinction. )Oti,
Both these ar tists are IFinger Wavers also. -o "
CONTOUR BOB AND PUSH WAVE $1.00J bp r Z o~ .
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oTempting Fall O ---o,
Waether I NWMIIT D K O
SSandwiches for =i SHOWING WVU SHOWING
jafternoons Ia*~
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STATEAfternoons and Evenings
We Deliver Evenings w rANiX
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HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGEI
State and William~ StrectI

MIMES' THEATRE
W eek of Oct. 28
MATINEE SATURDAY
By
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For your INVITATIONS and
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LOWE'EN PARTY. We have a
bg line of Cutouts andi Favors,
Novet es affid Gaines, Bridge
Kemoa.
F~or Matquarade CObstiumcs Aind'
Masks. We tArc closing out at
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Excellent Cast A1nd Productiont
Prices

PARKER &BABB
a i dtheir
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For Reservations -Phone 41 51

Other
Sound
Features

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"Bits of Personality"

Football
Returns
Saturday

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RU BBER F OTWEAR
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ALL FIRST QUALITY

COMING SATURDAY-"THREE LIVE GHOSTS"

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SAMYS

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How much does it cost to get
from where you are towhere you
want to go?-that's the >ques-
tion. And the answer'is-a lot
less than usual if you go by bus.
Get the fares on this longest,
largest, most'dependabte motor
bus system in America. It goes
everywhlere, from coast to coast
and border to border. Conven-
ient schedules both day and
night. Tickets and information
at depots.
LOW FARES

FOR MVEN
Rubbers~ and Sa'ndals
51.25 pair
ARCTICS AND
SLIDE GAI'TERS
$2.98 and $3.49
FOR MEN
SCO'TCH
GRAIN
-OXFORDS
Brown or Black
$3.98 to
$5.98

WOMEN
Light Weight Rubbers
and Sandals
90c pair
All Rubber Snap and
Slide 'Gaiters
Prices

HOUSE SLIPPERS
for Mega and Women
98c to $2,98

Sap?
Sliue
"All colors

$1.98
$2.69

Football
Michigan
Illinois
At Champaign, October 26
$1124 Round
- Trip
Railroad Fare Only

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$4.98

DEPOTS

Many
Beautif ul
Styles to
Select From
Excellent
Quality at
Popular
Prices
AA to C Wide

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Grcyhiound Depot
Eastern Michigan Motor
Coach Co.
200 South 4th St.

Chicago ....
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Madison, Wis..
Minneapolis..

$4.30
9.30
8.30
14.30

WOMEN'S Brown Kid
Once-strap with Brown
Lizard trimming. Baby
Louis Heel. Same stele
in Blauk Kid.

SPECIAL, TRAIN
Lv. Ann Arbor 11:00 P. m. (East. Time), Friday, October 25

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