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FACE Two

THE MICHIGAN 'BAILY

WEDNESDA'Y', NC3VMA. '7F 1 ;''3Q

MOE TWO WEDNESDAY, NOVZM~F~ 12, I~3O

E DEoTHERS, CHILDREN KEEP ALL-.NIGHT VIGIL AT SUNDAY T( '
('PTEV CCpMvAATY" MNEvAJ44 ' )lFS WERE KILLED'
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Describes Social Life in Smallr ?
Towns in Second Lecture
on Jerome Series.
POINTS OUT SIMPLICITY
States That Illegibility Makes
Letters Often Hard i
to Read.
"In addition to revealing the Ro-
man administration of Egypt dur-
ing an age far past the height of
Egyptian greatness, the Egyptian
papyri reveal the social life in the!
small towns and villages in all its
infinite variety with a simplicity
that is: the element of humanity,"
stated Prof. John G. Winter of the "
Latin department in the second of
the Thomas Spencer Jerome lect-
ures yesterday afternoon. I".
It was pointed out that the papy-
ri, inasmuch as they come direct-
ly from the common people who Mothers a iu eaullrex1, Soe e a8 y sd , a , s. a n .an-rgt vigi at the number six
wrote them, are unimpeachable mine of the Sunday Creek Coal company at Millield, Gio, where scores rf miners were killed by explosions
sources of history, although since and gas.
they are unstudied and unliterary
works, they are frequently almost
illegible and very hard to inter-N TAININ O FTEAC ERS DISCUSSED
pret, when the scholar knows so BY SCHOLTZ IN CURRENT 'NATION'
little of the circumstances connect- li
edwith each letter. F~ UIN mfILff rprn
Ma y in University Collection. Fallacies of Present Methods says Scholtz, "it is not difficult to
Professor Winter went on to in Preparing Instructors gan the admission that education
read and discuss some of these Stated in Article, is related to a social program but
papyri, a great many of which be- it is next to impossible to make the
long to collections made by this Hinsdale Points Out Ruthless admission mea n "
University. ' "The assumed distinction between -anything.
Lers y r Mutchationof State s g "Hence," he states, "the necessity
Letters were cited which con- Historic Points knowing a subject and knowing how for an introducti'on to the purposes
cerned adoptions, nurses contracts H to teach it is the fundamental fal- of education-in order that the
and even births of illegitimate chil-gh lacy under most teach er training, prospective teacher may realize that
dren, who were not eligible to cit Pointing out that almost every the Nation magazine will say today to know anythg is to have an ap-
icoday towknoweanythng isitobhaveoaniap
izenship. Several letters read clear- one of the 1,200 Indian mounds of in an article on "Civilized Teacher propriate expectation of its employ-
ly mirrored the bitter poverty of the state has been ruthlessly muti- Trainiing," by T. L. Schotz. ment and results and such an or-
the periods, speaking of cases lated, W. B. Hinsdale, custodian of "Teacher training," ithe article ganization of habits in connection
where children were pedgedas Se-i the Archaeology museum, stated continues, "suffers from, the same with it to make the disparate rou-
eurity for loans. Professor Winter ytdefect which marks the p::eparation tines of existence take on relation-
mentioned, however, that the aver- I yesterday during the University ra- of lawyers,. doctors, journ alists, en- ship and meaning and b e c o m e
age lot of the children was not a dio hour, "that few of the inclosures gineers, and certified p ublic ac- events rather than isolated phe-
bad one, for they played in the can, at this time, be traced, and countants in our universities, the nomena."
sunny streets with toys, some of the villages and cemeteries have, defect, namely, of a specialization
which have been preserved today, for the most part, been plowed up which is not only ea.,y and com- DOUBLE FEATURE
and as some of the papyri indi- or gouged out of the ground by ilete, which would be a minor mat- EDDIE FQUILLEN
ate, they were deeply loved by oeter, but which is narrowly Umited SALLY ONIEL
their parents.y steam shovels, and technical, a very serious mat- '
Show Family Life. An Indian mound, he said, is ter.
Several other letters, almost worth more than all the crops that "At the bottom this training is T e Sophomore
modern in their aspects, reflected can be produced upon the space it nothing less than the task of maCk- and
it was pointed out, the essential occupies. Tourists will want to see i'ng civilized persons out Of our Christa
family solidarity in the small the structures and when their im teachers, and this tack the arts col- with
towns. portance is more fully appreciated leges as a whole show no signs of! - Janet Gaynor-Charles Morton
"Since Egypt has always been an they will come under some system being able to accomplish. TODAY AND TOMORROW
agricultural country, it was natur- of practical conservation, he stated. The link between education a id a R AE THEATER
al that farming should have been In speaking of data collection, he philosophy and a social pr)Oram is 25c
a favorite subject for discourses in said that "digging in the ground is stressed throughout the article vnd,
the papyri," Prof. Winter said, "this not all there is to making scientific
subject being treated with great investigation. Drawi'ngs, measure-
fulln i. e' ments, photographs, and charts
general unofficial and desultory should be made at the time of the 15 MINUTES OF READING EACH DAY1
character of the digging and careful notes taken,
potal serinwahsometimes as every shovel full is ut never i bed, that hurts the eyes) wil
frequent excuses for delaying let- The University is now preparing a give you a era education.
ters because no carrier was going large archaeological atlas of Michi-
near the recipient. gan that will have on its maps allI
sites so far determined, chapters on-
School of Music Trio the general archaeology of the But jfO'1\o
Will Present Recital states, and notes on every county.
The School of Music trio, which
consists of Prof. Wassily Besekirk- BRIGHT SPOT
sky, violinist, Prof. Hans Pick, i BaIH P Tri
violincellist, and Joseph Brinkman, 802 PACKARD STREET
pianist, will make its debut in a TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
complimentary faculty recital at FRIED OYSTERS
4:15 o'clock Sunday afternoon in ROAST VEAL, JELLY
the Lydia Mendelssohn theater. BAKED VIRGINIA HAM,
The public is invited to attend the RAISIN SAUCE
recital. SPANISH PORK CHOPS you can arn many o life's facts
The program is as follows: Trio
in E fiat, Op. 14, by Andreae: Alle- MASHED OR FRENCH
gro moderato, molto adagio, presto FRIED POTATOES COURSES GIVEN f
and allegro con brio. Trio in F HEAD LETTUCE SALAD
major, Op. 18, by C. Saint-Saens: 35cj(le neat an Desirab ty of Privacy
allegro vivace, andante, scherzo, WE DELIVER PHONE 8241 How to he Human Though in Love
allegro . .

Association Plans Thanksgiving
Banquet for 300 Students
From Other Lands,
RUFUS TO GIVE ADDRESS
More than 300 Michigan students
from foreign lands will be the
guests of the Student Christian as-
sociation and the Michigan league
at a Thanksgiving banquet to be
held at 6 o'clock, Wednesday night
in the ballroom of the Union.
Prof. W. C. Rufus, of the astron-
omy department will address the
gathering on thesubject. "The Bar-
bour Scholarsh',s." Dr. Rufus is
secretary of the Barbour fellowship
committee. The other speaker list-
ed to address the ban-uet is Mrs.
Lucia Ames Meads, vice-president
of the National Council for the Pre-
vention of War, who will s po e a k
about some of the fallacies concecn-
ing war and peace.
In addition to the usuai custom
of financingthe banquet by Faculty
subscription,ea new plan is being
tried this year of asking each fra-
ternity and sorority on the campus
to contribute $5 to the support of
the project.
Those in direct charge of the ar-
rangements are Morton Frank, '33,
chairman of the International com-
mittee of the Student Christian as-
sociation, and Janet Micheal, '31, 1
charman of the world felowship
committee of the Women., Leagu.
In every
college town there
is one oudstamaid
smoking
tobacco l-
F f
2).
[i
At Illinois it's
ALONG Green Street, where
campus leaders stroll . .. in
the great slate-roofed fraternity
houses of Champaign ... there is
one pipe tobacco which always rolls
up the biggest vote. At Illinois it's
Edgeworth, every time.
A pipe-Edgeworth. That is the
smoking combination which has
won the college n-man. Harvard,
Cornell, Michigan, Stanford, Dart-
mouth - all agree with Illinois.
Natural merit has made Edgeworth
the favorite tobacco in America's
leading colleges and universities.
College men everywhere respond
to the appeal of pipes-packed with
cool, slow-burning Edgeworth. Be
guided by their verdict: try Edge-
worth yourself. Find it at your
nearest tobacco shop-15 the tin.
Or, for generous free sample, ad-
dress: Larus & Bro. Co., 105 S.
22d St., Richmond, Va.
EofGEW OR TH
SMOKING TOBACCO

Edgeworth is a
blend of fineoldbur-
leys, with its natu-
ral savor ei hanced ye ,
by E dgewortihs dis- xtn
tinctive eleve, th ' G t
Process."Buy"Edge- A
worth anywhere in
Rubbed" and ° Plu yft
Slice. "All sizes, 150
pocket package to_
pound humidor ti

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University Pres ul pent
Twel<fthi Ai- imi P

If ''.Y. . {ri~t on Thursday.
v ~ (Continued from Page 1)
oiutstanding figure in peycteLtric
work; Marlen E. Pew, itor of the
Editor and Publisher, Nw York,
it dProf. Will i n . p 0, deart-
n. ernt of journlnm, Washington
a"d Lee univeity.
Group lunchcons, incl udin u the
Associated Press, the Mv :nigan
League of Home Dailiec, nd the
> Michigan Press assoc tton, 'ill be
v followed_ by an intensec program
Friday afternoon which will feat-
As o e iss 1wto ure Dr. Preston Slosson, of the his-
tory department, John H. Millar,
en K, of the Home News Publishing com-
Radi ,ct 1rc aboard the giant pany, and Clarcnce V. Samzel, of the
German plane DO-X, which will Michigan Municipal league who
hop ef soon on a projected trans- will speak on county government.
!i,.ntic fiiht from .l ibon to New A discussion by Prof. Arthur Brom-
tork mmage, of the political science de-
yr'%"partment, will conclude the after-
- - noon's work.
CORNELIA SKINNER j The annual University Press club
o GIVE PR&GR AM rdinner is scheduled at 6:30 o'clock
-k j AM Friday night at which Mr. White
will serve as toastmaster and such
Cornelia Otis Skinner will appear celebrities as Fielding H. Yost, di-
on Nov. 21, at the Lydia Mendels- rector of intercollegiate athletics,
sohn, on a program sponsored by Karl A. Bickel, president of the
the board of governors of Martha United Press, and Senator Arthur
Cook dormitory. Miss Skinner ap-IH. Vandenberg will speak. Edgar
peared on the Oratorical associa- Guest will also respond to a toast
tion program several years ago. in the informal program.
ennants and 'M' Blankets
FOR THE GAME
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You'll laugh at the singing, clowning antics of the long, lanky Letty!
You'll roar at the complications which ensue when two dissatisfied hus-
bands change wives!
You'll shout with glee when they give grandpa the works in the Turkish
l iere is rollicking farce, made from a great stage comedy with Charlotte
BreenwFood a t her funniest and best.
Yo;l" have the time of your lIfe.

LAST
TIMES
TODAY

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The Cross-exai nation or Wives
Proper Barber Shop Etiquette
The Shvers according to Shaw
and other subjects

PA7ER

DIANE CHARMAINE MADELON
"Those Three French Girls"
Love-making, laugh-making ma'm'selles
EDDIE BUZZEL TELLS ANOTHER BEDTIME STORY
STAGE ATTRACTION
The Only Boy Siamese Twins
Simplicio and Lucio Godino and their Brides
Delighting Ann Arbor with their charming personality and talent.
THURSDAY-EDMUND LOWE AND JOAN BENNETT
in "SCOTLAND YARD"

REGISTRATION FEE $1 to $3 nightly; 75c to $2
day Matinee; 75c to $2.00 Saturday Matinee. The
at the Wilson Theatre may not look like a Bursar,
take your money.

Wednes.-
treasurer
but he'll

in
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SOr gan
Recital
Ev er y Wednesday
and Sunday after-
noons at 4:15 dur-

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Instructors for the present semester include Philip Loeb,
Albert Carroll, Ruth Tester, Doris Vinton, William Holbrook,
Rosalind Russell, Nina Godelle, Neal Caldwell, Edgar Stahli,
Otto Hulett, Roger Stearns, Imogene Coca, Ruth Chorpen-
ning, James Norris-40 others.
Presented by (would you believe it?)
The atre Guild, n.
A FAS' YOUTHFUL INTIMATE SATIRICAL AND
WISE REVUE.
Mail Orders Now Being
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