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RGANG LEADER RELEASED FROM JAIL
GS AYS 'H ELLO'TO CHICAGO POLICE
GOTEMPATE TE ERS EEE
::. Increase in Enrollment Calls
ABHTCT SC oHflOL N
} .rf or Greater Supply Than
:.....e. :::. .....by Prf.so.Lrc.. ., ah Ever Before.
Open Lei er by.Profess r ILorch .

Announces Consideration:
of Five-year Course.
REACHL NO. CONCLUJSION
Under-graduates Asked to Give
Suggestions on Scheme of
Proposed Amendments.
extensive revision of the Univer-
sity's various curricula in architec-
ture is being given serious consid-
oration, it is revealed in an open
letter "Lo a:: graduates and former
students of the College of Axchi-
tecture," by Prof. Emil Larch, of the!
architectural school. The article
appears in the current issue of the
Arc-Fight, official organ of the
Architectural society.
The proposed revision seems to!
be in the direction of a five-year
course of study for architectural
students. "There has been for
some years a tendency toward more
thorough and comprehensive archi-
tectural training, and a nuimber of
schools now have longer courses,"
the article states.
CVplplsion. Not Yet Reached.
No definite conclusions have been'
reached as yet by the faculty, and,I
in order that-the student point of
view may be considered in connec-
tion with the question, the opinions
of forner students and graduates
are being solicited.
Of the architect's training in
general, Professor Larch states in
the letter: "The architect must
function as an artist, as a producer1
of drawn and written documents
which will produce satisfactoryt
buildings whose construction and
equipment he must supervise;
he must meet a wide range
of business problems and be a unit
in social and political life-each
of the above involving a wide
range of possibilities. His education
should evidently be such as to en-,
able him to adjust throughout his
career to the increasingly complex
demands of building."
Requesting suggestions as to
What plan to adopt, Professor
Lorch asks the graduates in what
way they would modify the present'
four-year program of instruction.
HONOLULU T. H.-Approximate-
ly 50 of Honolulu harbor's diving
boys are obtaining blue bathing,
suits with yellow diving emblems. ]
It is estimated that $10,000 in smallt
coins is used annually as bait for
the Hawaiian boys.]

w1 ; ';'; w 7: SURPLUS IS FICTITIOUS

'"The impression that there is an.
oversupply of teachers is erro-
neous," was the statement of Prof.
G. E. Carrothers of the School of
Education in a recent editorial in
the bulletin of that school.
Professor Carrothers went on to
state that a recent statement in,
the New York Times may have led
to the impression that too many
were entering the teaching profes-
sion in recent years. He said, how-
ever, that the article referred to
the elementary school teachers in'
New York City alone and not- to
any general condition in the coun-
try. In addition Professor Car-
rothers pointed out that in largf
cities only, if at all, was there any:
surplus of teachers.
"Due to the recent increase in
enrollment in the Michigan high
schools of over 50,000 students, the
responsibility thrown on the high
school teaching personnel hasl
been heavy, with the result. that theI
Sall for trained teachers has been.
greater than the supply," Professor]
Carrothers pointed out. He further
showed that the State University
and teachers colleges as well as
private institutions have been,
making a consistent though unsuc-
"essful attempt to meet this de-
mand.
Professor Carrothers concluded
':y pointing out that, at the pres-
3nt rate of increase in the number
of teachers holding degrees, it
would still be three years until all
the accredited high schools of
Vichigan would have faculties
Nhose teachers all held college di-
olamas. "Clearly," he stated, "until
,,hat astate has leen reached, we
need not worry about an oversup-
ply."

Screen Reflections
Prison Drama. the leading roles, Colman in parR
Blondes are continually Ronald ticular.
Colman's weakness, as previously Photography. locale, and record- Carnegie, Foundation to Institute
demonstrated by Joan Bennett in ing are on the whole effective. Drive Against Slaughter
"Bulldog Drummond," and now by "Condemned" receives a strong' of Whales April 3.
Ann Harding in "Condemned," at B+.
the Michigan, a dramatic story of KELLOGG LEADS GROUP
prison life on Devil's Island. Screen Otherwise.
1eflector prefers the former blond, The Majestic offers Norma Tal- (ly Associated Press)
and also the former picture, at the madge's first talking film, "New WASHINGTON, March 22.-Be-
aesame time in no way belittling his; York Nights," in which she is sup-
new film, which is a finished pro- ! ported by Gilbert Roland and cause of the possibility of complete
duction, absorbing throughout. "others." It will be reviewed in extermination of whales through
Practically the entire action is Tuesday's Daily. At the Wuerth. is their increasing slaughter by man,
laid on the famed French penal Lionel Barrymore's "Mysterious Is- conservation of the largest mam-
colony off the African coast. Col- land," all-color, and mostly all un- mal has become a subject tar con-
man, who, incidentally, has one of der-water. certed international effort.S t-
i .the best male voices on. the talking Dr. Remington Kllog;Smt
screen, is seen as a new prisoner. Chatter. D. Reminntnnmelogg smirh
bossonian mammalogist and research
The leering warden makes him Those collegiate Dartmouth boys associate of the Carnegie institu-
general housemaid a: his home, voted Rudy Vallee their favorite tion of Washington, announced to-
whereupon Colman repays him by movie actress . . . Joan Crawford day that he will leave New York
a love affair with said warden's second . . . and Greta Garbo third. Monday for Berlin to attend an in-
young wife. Attempted escape and:.. we'd reverse the order . .. quotes ternational conference of whale
.an unusually effective climax main-t from Lily Damita's interiew in the conservation to begin April 3. The
lain interest. Daily Princetonian: "I don't know meeting, called by Sir Sydney
Louis Wolheim, an old-time Cor- many college men, but I did go to Chapman, chairman of the eco-
nell footballer, is seen to advan- one college dance at Ohio State nomic committee of the League of
cage as Colman's prison mate. and had a wondrful time. If all Nations, will assemble whale ex-
Dudley Diggs as the warden i college' dances are like that, I would perts from practically every coun-
likewise excellent. Both the star like to go again, and again many try of the world. The whale will
and Miss Harding are competent in tirges --B. J. A. be considered biologically. with em-
---phasis upon its migratory, feeding
WHOLE-DAYC Aand breeding habits, Dr. Kellogg
HLDYCLASSESALLOWMsaid.
EFFICIENCY AT ALLEGHENY SCHOOL Will Aid Whaling Industry.
It is expected that the findings
yield cork Benefits Most From necessarily broken into periods s ofthis gathering will be embodied
.Wo.fin recommendations seeking uni-
Concentration Given by short as to eliminate any opportu- form legislation among nations to
New Arrangement. nity for the full completion of a keep the killing of whales below
task. the danger lir'e. The goal is both
After three successive seasons, Time going from class-room to to conserve the whale and at the
the Allegheny School of NaturalI class-room, in getting books and same time to preserve an essential
History continues its policy of hav- equipment, and putting them away, industry.
ing. one full day devoted to each not to mention the distraction of Dr. Kellogg, the lone delegate
┬░lass. It has been found that a ;watching the clock, are all elimin- from the United States, explained
more complete training can be giv- ated. As a result of this additional that each expert will attend the
en teachers, specialists, and ama- time can be used by the student in 1 meeting in a personal capacity
teurs under this new system. 1 pursuing his special interests and rather than as a government rep-
By eliminating all other classes, in reading and collecting. f resentative.

CHICAGO, March 22.-"Scarface Al" Capone (left) Chicago gang-
ster, freed from ten-month term for carrying concealed weapons, calls
on John Stege, Deputy Police Commissioner. He also visited the State
Attorney and federal officers, but was not held.

Marley Will Discuss
'reed Qf Bioo st
"The Creed of a Biologist," the
title of the recent book by Aldred
Scott Warthin of the Medical
School, will be the subject of the
Reverend H. P. Marley's sermon,
this morning at the Unitarian.
church. The .first part of the ser-
men will be given to a review of the
book and the second part will deal
in a general way with the place of
the classroom as a formulator of
attitudes. Students taking: part in
the Prize Contest for a liberal re-
ligious creed will find this sermon
of particular interest.
. HONOLULU, T. H.--Singing his
way to further fame, Prince Lei-
lani of Hawaii gave an airplane
concert 2,000 feet above the cityI
which was heard in the streets be-
low.

ARMY AIR FORCE TO TAKE AIR
I PHOTOS OF HOOVER HOME
Washington, March 22. - Au
photos of President Hoover's home
at Palo Alto, Calif., are to be taken.
developed and sent to Washingtor
all' within the space of half an hour
during the 1930 field exercises of the
army air corps in California next
month.
I UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE-
Down in the South, where women
are Women, pipe-smoking has be-
come fashionable among the stu-
dents of the fair sex.

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rnd devoting the entire day to one
piece of work, the opportunity for
;reatfr concentration is made
available. Especially is this new
system advantageous to field work
:n biology and geci.gy where the
:ay, divided into several classes, is

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