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SUNDAY, DFCEMBER 1, 1929

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NOTED SOCIOLOGIST
WILL SPEAK HERE
TOMORROW NIGHT
Selects Topic, What Is Wrong
With Educational System'
for Discussion.
HOLDS RADICAL OPINION
Reformer Launched Criticism on
Present Futile Treatment
of Crime Problem.
Presenting his conception of
"What is wrong with our eucation-
al system," Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes,1
professor of historical sociology at
Smith coilege, will lecture at 8
o'clock tomorrow evening, at Lane
hall auditorium, under the auspices
of the Round+Table club.
Professor Barnes has expressed
his opinion on education in numer-?
ous magazine articles in the last
"ew years, and has caused consider-
able stir in academic circles by his
frankness and audacity in advocat-
ing popularization of courses of!
study. In Current History last year
he pronounced the belief that there1
should be types of educational in-:
stitutions-one for serious students
and one for what he calls the
"average American student type."
According to his article, he is not
altogether out of sympathy wit the
latter, stating that the "capacity'
to adjust a bow-tie to a bat-wing
collar will prove infinitely more
vital to the average male student:
than higher differential, equations
or the theory of valency."
Books Are Well Known.
Professor Barnes first gained ex-
tensive notice as a result of ,his
efforts to modernize and humanize
history. His "History and the
Social Studies" has been compared
byjeading historians to the epoch-
making work of Voltaire and
Buckle. Of his "History and Social
Intelligence" Paul Rodin wrote: "He
is a soldier in the battle for libera-
'tion from the die-hards. He belongs
to the lineage of DeFoe."
The publication of "Genesis of
the World War" brought Dr. Barnes
into international prominence. He
has lectured widely on this subject
before distinguished groups of
scholars, publicists, and statesmen
of European cuntries and his lec-
tures before 'the: Universities of
Berlin and Munich constituted per-
haps the most striking occasions in'
the history of these great centers
of learning.
Believes Science Solution.
As a reformer in the field of
ciiminology, Professor Barnes'
book "Repression of Crime" has
l a u n c h e d trenchant criticism
against the savagery of our out-
grown and futile prison system and
has presented a plea for a scientific
treatment of the crime problem.
Professor Barnes will be- intro-_
duced to his audience tomorrow
evening by Prof. Lowell' J. Carr of
the sociolog department. There
will be an admission charge of'fifty
cents.
Dunlap, Blake to Talk
at Philology Meeting
Prof. J. E. Dunlap and Prof. W.
E. Blake of the Latin and- Greek-
departments will leave for Boston'
during the last days of themoth
in response to an invitation,.te ap.

pear on the program of the Ameri-
can Philological Association, when-.
the society meets onDec. 26,,27,
and 28, in. Boston. The society ias
the official association of Latin-
and Greek scholars throughout
America.
The subject discussed, by Profes-
sor Blake will be "Stichometr C
Evidence for Text Abbreviation- 1n
Chariton." In line with evidence,
recently found by Blake in a.ag-
ment of Chariton, the paper wl
demonstrate a new method of re--
constructing portions of the Greek
writer's text. Professor Dunlap will-
speak before the society on "Cae--
sar's Battle with the Helvetii." Ac-
cording to Professor Blake, the p4.
per will be a summary of facts
pointing to the exact location of
Caesar's first Gallic battle.
Western North Carolina has mores
than 60 artificial lakes whichvr
in size from an acre to 4,000 acres
The United States has more than
5,000,00 acres of oil lands.

RUSSIAN FORCES CROSS MANCHURIAN FRONTIERS

Prof. Hobbs Praises
Flight of Byrd Over
South Polar Regions
Traces Course of Latest Trip;
Says Photographs Will
Prove Valuable.

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"Commander Byrd's flight to the Deccmber1.
South Pole is certainly a great
achievement," stated Prof. William RUTHVEN TO GIVE TATS
H. Hobbs, leader of University sponsoring the first jarge ban-
Greenland expeditions, in com-
menting on Byrd's trip over the iq-uet of its kind to be held in an
southern polar regions Friday. "He American university, the Union is
has gone over essentially the same- sponsoring the first annual Good
route Capt. Amundsen followed on'Will banquet which will be.held in
the first trip to the South pole the Union on the night of-Wednes-
in 1909. day, Dec. 18, according to an an-
"Commander Byrd carried with nouncement made by Kenneth M.
him a photographer, and undoubt- Lloyd, '30, president. The purpose
edly brought back valuable pictures of the banquet is to promote better
of the most interesting parts of his feeling and understanding between
route. These should be of very the various sects and. races on the
great value. I am looking forward campus-Catholics,. Jews, Protes-
with great interest to the know- tants, and foreigners.
ledge derived from the winds of the Support of. the affair has been.
course. For the first 400 miles they pledged and the objective of the
flew over Ross Barrier, a flat sur- banquet has been heartily endorsed
face of ice floating on the sea and by the Students' Christian, associa-
rising about 150 feet above it. Then, tion, the Women's League, the
as the party approached the Queen Ministerial association of- Ann
Maud mountains, they probably|Arbor, the Catholic.Students' chap-
climbed and were well above 10,- i el, and the Hillel foundation. All
000 feet in altitude. It is quite! students, both men and women,
probable that Byrd flew at greater I members of the faculty, and towns-
height in order to take advantage people interested are invited to at-
of a tail wind. On the return trip tend.
he would probably fly nearer the The list of speakers, as- announc-
surface so that he might obtain a ed by Albert F. Donohue, '31, who is
tail wind going back. This is a pe- in charge of arrangements, includes
culiarity of the air circulation of President Alexander Grant Ruth-
the antarctic." ven, Prof. Gail E. Densmore, toast-
Larry Gould, University of Mich- master; the Rev. Allen J. Babcock,
igan professor and amember of th reprenting the Catholic student'a
exeiinIa n hreo o centeir; Rabbi Adolph H. Fink; and.
sled party along the route on the a representative of the Ministerial
Ross Barrier and Byrd probably a ersnaieo h iitra
flew over him on his trip.l association who will be chosen later.
"It was a necessity for Comman- The principal speaker of theeven-
der Byrd to reach the South Pole ing will be a prominent alumnus
in view of the popular interest in from Detroit who will be selected
attaining this goal by air. But the shortly.
more important work cf the expe- The program may be broadcast
dition is yet to come. This will be from a Detroit station. Tickets
obtained by flying more to the east will go on sale at the Union and
of the course followed on the recent through various organizations on
flight, and mapping the boundaries the campus about Dec. 5.
between Ross Barrier and the in-
land ice of that region." Case Picked to Serve
Professor Hobbs has been the
leader of the past University on World's Fair Group
Greenland expeditions, the latest
of which returned last fall. While Prof. E. C. Case, of the geology
there, he made a special study of department, director of the mu-
the circulation of air currents over seum of paleontology, has been ap-
the ice surfaces. pointed a member of one of two

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Russian army forces have penetrated Manclui boraers on both the eastern and western fronts driving
demoralized Chinese troops before them. In the upper picture are shown Chinese nationalist troops at
Hailar, Manchuria, where Russian cavalry and tanks have cut off the retreat of Chinese soldiers. Below,
barricades at Harbin, Manchuria, used by Chinese forces in an attempt to stop a recent advance by Russian
cavalry. (o
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Foreign Minister Says Report of
Negotiations for Peace
Is Unfounded.

Hold Memorial Service for Dead W
' P 1 S Waite and Sunderland to Make
in Pennsylvania Station Report on Problems of
at New York. Criminal justice.

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(By Associated Prcss) (By Associated Tress)
NANKING, CHINA, NOV 30.-C. NEW YORK, Nov. 30.-A special Two members of the Law School
train, with its locomotive draped in faculty have accepted positions on
NWang, foreign minister of the black crepe, today held the bodies sub-commissions which are being
NanknCentralChineseovern- of 73 American war dead, returning organized by the State Crime com-
ment, today denied empaticallyhome at last after 10 years in alien mission to study and repart upon
-soil. various aspects of the problem of
tween China and Russia for settle- Brief memorial services at the administrating criminal justice.
inent of the military proble#rn grown iefmmrilsr ice t t
Pennsylvania station preceded the The State Crime commission was
up around the Chinese - Eastern h created by the last legislature.
railway inManchuria.departure of the funeral train for cetdb h atlgsaue
railway in Manchuria. pruProf. John B. White will act as
Commenting upon reports from the west. Fifty-six of the 75 bodies a member of thesub-commission
of men who died in the Archangel upon codification of criminal law
Geneva that Dr. C. C. Wu, repre- campaign of 1918-19 will go ± and procedure, and Prof. Edson R.
senting the Nanking government through to Detroit. Seventeen will # Sunderland will serve as a men-
at the League of Nations, had had be transferred to other lines on ie ber of the sub-commission upon
of cial messages from Nankini of way west. Two will be sent to their trials, courts, and appeals.
opening of negotiations, the Nan- homes in the east. The Crime commission is expect-
king foreign minister said: tThe Pennsylvania railroad an- ed to be a permanent body and no
"We telegraphed Dr. Wu at Ge- nounced that the first stop would effort is being made to complete a
neva we had sent Moscow our pro- be North Philadelphia. A brief mil- hasty survey of the field.
p sdTypo-itary tribute will be paid at the The studies to be undertaken by
posals as published Thursday. Ap- station while three bodies are trans- the various sub-commissions will
parently Dr. Wu interpreted them ferred to a train for Washington, be carried out upon broad lines and
that- we ,had reached the stage of D. C., and another for South Bos- it is hoped that they will be suffi-
direct negotiations. His view was ton, Va. iciently detailed and exhaustive to
erronenu-s" ,....V

committees wnicn are couanorat-
Prof. Clark to Speak ing under the supervision of the
National Research Councils Sci-
on Universal Tongue once Advisory Committee to work
out a science theme as the domin-
Speaking in the second .of a ser- ant feature of the forthcoming
ies of lectures to acquaint Michigan Chicago World's Fair
students with the fundamentals .of The trustees of the World's Fair
Esperanto, Prof. Edwin L. Clark, of Centennial Celebration asked the
Oberlin College, will talk tomorrow Science committee to appoint men
on "Esperanto, the International to undertake this work. A score or
Language." The lecture, sponsored two of eminent geologists through-
by the Tolstoi League, will be at out the country have been named
4:15 o'clock in Room 231, Angell to develop a plan whereby the
Hall. progress in geological. research may
Professor Clark, who is now Irbegraphically represented at the
teaching sociology at Oberlin, is a fair.
pioneer in the introduction of Es-
peranto into the curricula of Am- I INDIANA UNIVERSITY-A com-
erican universities. The University mittee- has been appointed at In-
of Minnesota and Clarke Univer- diana University to discuss the
sity are among the colleges in drafting of a complete set of rules
which he has introduced Esperanto. for fraternity rushing.

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