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T H E M I C H I.1A-N DAI LY

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[DMHenry Ford Gives Car I illi i AlIII~I 3p~ASHIICT ON JOUR
To Babylon Expedition LIDflIIAN I , UI j ' ON DEVELO
Henry Ford in a communication In a critical discussion concern-
to the Board of Regents today an- Ing this country's reserve army,
- -n; nounced the gift of a new Ford Duff Gilfond, a Washington jour-
sedan to Michigan's archaeological nalist brings attention to the
Dr. Willard C. Olson To Direct expedition in Babylonia. The auto- Main Reading Room Decorated work of students' R.O.T.C. through
Research of Child Welfare mobile, which will be used by Prof. During Summer; Furniture Pur- the columns of the recent New Re-
Activities Leroy Waterman of the Semitics chased for Professional Rooms
department, now on location at the c--
COLUMBiA MAN CIOSEN place of digging, has been accepted STUDY HALL IN BASEMENT!
by the Executive committee.
With the opening of the Fall se- The automobile was delivered to Several new projects for improv-
mester, two new men come to po- the representative at Bagdd o ing the Library, consisting chiefly
sitions on:the faculty of the School September 1. In official opinion, of enlargement of study space and
of Education. Dr. Willard C. Olson, the Ford machine ranks first redecoration, have recently been
now of the University of Minnesota, among automobiles used for explor- completed, and others just begun,
was elected at the' May meeting of ing purposes. according to W. W. Bishop, chief
the Board of Regents, and given librarian. The latest improvements p
the title of associate professor of ber of the staff of the Institute of include the entire repainting of the
education and director of research Child welfare at Minnesota. main reading room during the
in child development. Edgar G. Johnston is a graduate of Woos- summer months, and the introduc-
Johriston; Columbia university, has ter college and has taken graduate tion of a "basement study hall."
been appointed principal of the work at Columbia and Stanford "The new study hall," said Mr.
University high school, and given universities. He has had several Bishop, "will be used for required
the rark' of assistant professor of years' experience in the public reading, and is chiefly for the bene-
secondary education. schools in the southwestern states. fit of Seniors taking honor courses.
Dr. Olson received his Ph.D. from For four years he served as head There will be no checking, andf
the University of Minnesota. In re4 of the'department of Latin in the free access can be had to the books
cent years he has been actively en- high school of Ogden, Utah, later throughout the day."
gaged in reseafrh work involvingj teaching the same subject in the-te i sl n dsag c ,
the charateistics ofchildren and Lewis and Clark high school, Spo- Want Ads Paty.
is at present a co-operating'mem- kane, Wash.

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iV A.J~I WI ' thousand more high school stu-
PMENT 'OF R. 0. T. C. dents trained in the use of fire-
arms.
public. Units are now installed in The costs of at least one unit
130 colleges and in the high schools amount to more than a quarter of
of 55 cities, according to Mr. Gil a million dollars a year, with per-
fond, with compulsory service in manent equipment worth more
85 of the colleges and 20 of the high than half a million. The Yale fac-
school systems. In all 12'7,453 stu- |ulty has 19 officers to train its R.

1Wr DNE SDAY, OCTOBE 2G,19 29
-* *unit, the faculty of Cornell:-
42, and that of Illinois 65.
The author criticizes the wording
of certain college catalogues in an-
nouncing their military courses,
and scores the methods used to at-.
tract student registratjons, espe-
cially the appointment of girls as
"honorary colonels."
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