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TWO

TIDE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, NO VENIBER 21, 1930

TWO HE ICHIAN AIL FRIAYNOVMBER21,193

University

of

Chioca0

Action

Changes

Plducation

Sys ternl

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FACULTY; TRUSTEES'
WANT TO IMPR..OVEI
GULEEMETHOD S

EMPEROR HAILE SEJASSIE I VIEWS CEREMONIES
SFOLLOWING HIS CORONATION AT ADDIS ABABA

UNIVERSITY WINS
PRIZESAT SHOWS

CHARLES
V. , ,

LEVINE

Pr~ ~~e ' 7f )~i " cl I

Diffetcnt Courses Plano ed
F'irst Four Years of

for

Study.
OLD IDEA ABOLISHED
Cozlrpreiensive Examination to
Permit Commencement as
Ability Affords.
Action taken Wednesday by the
f~cuIty, adac trustees at the Uni-
versity of Chicago yesterday was
sein ,. one of the most radical
experihmnts ever recorded in edu-
cation and teaching.
Plans for the creation of a newI
type of college are being formu-
lated by which the student will be!
able to graduate w;henever he can
pass a comprehensive examination.
It .will replace the present system
at Chicago which resembles in,
many respects the fixed and formal'
~lucational system in operation at
MVichigan.
Left to Student.
Under the new plan, a genius
Inay get through in two months, 1
a brilliant student in a year, and
the one who enjoys the social side
cif college life may loaf along for.
biir years. Then there is a passing
and weeding, but no degree. The
atuden Le upon whom the university
t ifls it worth while to spend more
ti me and money will then go on in
special courses, b)ut still with no
tfhiae hmiitatwos, where they will
b~e given degrees.
'the present- graduate school is
to' go and in place of this and the
present undergraduate courses, the
anon-pro fessionali training will be
'divided into live main sections,
each with a dean. These are the
social sciences division, the biolo-
daol ciences division, the humani-
ties division, and the college.
Change l'uwdget system.
In the upper divisions the stud-
ent will be graduated by passing an
examination whenever he is able.
The i-onrrrofessional degrees will be
awarded here, incl-adin~g the equiv-
alent of the 8.1 degree, now grant-
ed at the end of four year's work.I
The professional schools will award
all professional degrees. The bache-
lbr's, master's and doctor's degrees
'are to be granted on the recoin-
fiendation of the entire division'
and not one department.
Qrie of the important changes
introduced will be in the budgeting
system. Div<ilonal rather than de-
partinental autonomy will mean
thre encouragement of undergrad-
uate teacbing. The job of the col-
loge will be that of teaching and
its funds will be devoted to that
purpose.
PROF. 'CREADY
DISCUSSES PAPER
-~S Increased Demand Requires
S upply of Rawa Material.
More paper is used today in the
prin ting of one daily edition of a
large newspaper than was manu-
facturod in the United States in a
whlerl year, 75 years ago, stated
D~o ialcl W. McCready, of the chem-
Ical engineering department, yes-
Jierday from the University broad-
casting studio.
Large quantities of paper are
used to serve us in many other
ways, he said, illustrating with
paper money, wrapping paper,
paper bags, paper boxes, wallpaper,
and a host of others.
He pointed out that this increas-
inhg demand for paper required
large supplies of cheap raw mater-
ial in the form of pulp suitable for
paper manufacturers. The rag sup-
'ply, used in the manufacture of
paper, was limited and the paper
manufacturers pleaded with the
public to save every thread. This
scarcity of rags lead to the trial
use of grasses and also a large
number of impossible substances
suchV as cabbaaes, cucumbers, pine-

a~pples, and even garbage, he said.

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Given HihHonors at
.....J:.. .::: ':::::::..: ..:.........::::....,....:D etroit Exh iit.1
:. o:: 'i:.":o ::;"}. .:;;~xS;:..:i:Tv gity prizs 2a tOC rtificate
:, o merit were awardedi for the dis- Cif;l
",:, .,:",..}" ...,..lJas ,eit froin the Un iversty o-. . CO
-saniesi.g araenc -sat Ithe national lI
chrysain~hcr. bin show last weLk tth
:. :::: .:. :.:..;:, .:, .: .C".nention hall in Detroil. T h e
av :.*.. % :k4 show ' was sponsored by theChy-1
santhernum society of America in ti VE
:::.,,. ., ' ".:. . ' :; :> ...::. "conj unction with the Allied Florists'
..:.; .. ((:;:.of Detroit, the Michigan S,.te For 0
ists'} =.: '."t..,association ar'd the Grose wor
Point and Ea Tn ihgnI-oi- the
,cultural society. ssocitdPes 'o DitD
Othe 32 entriesc from the Uni-
v. erity, Five received first prizes,, Aeian aiton^tuia:t. n
eight received second prizes, evenr. ene hags a bve' i OCS
'ere.:..en third rating, and one ii
;.....was honorably imentionied. The blue plie wo resedhn I h
ribbons were all received in the forso aieai moworpiifl
pompon vriety offorery. W)
+ :: : .i ; .. . .pmo ait ffower, whle the We
J":.s:,;.n;;:;::} :: ..::....... .:., ::",' ananorny and s~igle types received E n ag d cr42 Y e rs
T.~: :a::: }:he first honors were received for CopeFnlyM ry-
n+.:<:"}}:,vane;;;.tics;ax.}12 spraysr of..i:: white.:"...pom-y (,i . . >,r ,I ('v essr 1 I'ro 1r, .,
w: ;: , .. .}.ns;: "12 spaysof yellow pompons; COVILLE, Calif., Nv 0-M
............e. .1Ar e~ 1 ted 12 sprays of pink pompons; and 12 and Mrs. Joe Davis were happily
]Emperor Haile Seasse 1, lord king of kitns of Ehipistanding. on the royal duis atching} ceremonies ' sprays of white pompons having a married Wednesday after an en- J
inhi hno fllwig iscoontin t dds baa. Aysina.yellowish brown center. gag et of 2 years. He ippped j
in is ono flloinghi coonaio atAdds Aab, Ayssni. - ____ The certificate of merit was giv- the queinstion in 1888, but miss Vir-
___ ____________________ _____________ _______ en for a bronze pompon of the linda Sward's parents objected.
r rsr t . ~v.F . t yLilie urkevaretywhich, despite Neither Joe nor Virlnca wanted to
MIC IG N'7AUM I H ST RY KE PSg copetin was given an antagonize th'e parents so they
STEP WITH GROWTH7f OF UNIVERSITY 1 YVhat'S extr a aw rd. waited. Recently th parents die'A
Record Shows Interest Goes retary of the association. Goin!u
Bti-kto irt Commencement This form of organization con-'IFRT NTYJWLYP TY AV S
'Bc oFrt 85t.'hed until 1923 when, as the re- 1 RTRNT EEL fATYSVR
Da__suit of a report by the general se-,I OJLA ARClA V IFF
Michigan's alumni history goes ganization in various universities, - ---- CARL F. BAY
back as far as records go, Aug. 6, the present plan of organization ml'_r EEZ N PO ERS
18415, the first commencement day, was adopted, which based the gen- Michigan - Amos 'n' Aildy in 1E EE N PO ERS
when the first students to graduate eral asso--iation upon membership "helaDobeCheck."d Nickels Arcade
became members of a distinct in local alumni clubs _i stead of uip- lMajestic _- Load to Praio" ------- ---------- n
group Chat had completed a re- a s'cbscripios o h aumi it ho'etaYon JckMuhal
ekn university.' initJunie. The Raymondsocittinn
new ssocati n uerth-Fifi D isay and Clydec
S.nze that time the alumni or- consists of a federation of alumni Cook in "Women E vvywhere." Also
ganization has kept step with the clubs divided ito districts. "id1e fKlhr. Matinees
develomenit of the University un- Organization Grows. WidMef__hai.
tit today the Alumni association, Within the last few years alumni EN RA 10 and 35C
officiAl organization of MichiganI ciga ization ha' greatly increased. Busdiness Admxirisration Lecture
graduates, plays an important part The ofiice of fi ld secretary has' John F. Mackay on "Group Buy-
in theo organizat~on and mainte-, been added to she organization ing~ at 2 o'clock. room 109 Tappan LAST TIMES TODAY
nan-ce of the University. Iwi h- makes possib~c the direction bi
Society Restricted. cl th ,'activirtie of the va ios VUni- Ehit- u LlaK f,!"er~ian pulp-LOR E TTA Y OUNGlĀ¢
Records show that alumni or-. vesit y of Michigan clubs which are t 1ure, cpca1r~in unti o'clock inanrth J CiL L n
ganization was not taken seriously Is= attered in all parts of the coun galey f Alumrni Mmorial hal. JACOUL ALLTO
until 1860 when the first "Associa- I try. Upon the general eso rtary 1.
tion of the Alumni" was organized. falls the task of editing and pub- right of the main floor, i locat'ed
Fifteen years later came the organ- lishing the Alumnus, the manage- ;:n- alumni room where the desks
ization of an incorporated "Soc qty mernt of the Press, eStablished by of the executive officers and lour
of the Alumni," restricted however, I the Alumni association, and other as'sats' are located. Further 1l- 'P ' A S ST R I G )
to graduates of the literary college.I dutIas of a general nature. A coun- cduties for the association are pro-i
This organization was soon folow- 1ii secretary also is employed who vided in the lower floor.
ed by similar organizations in other promotes work of alumni class or- "-_OWN ______
colleges and schools of the Univer- ganizations. I PORTABLEk_
sity. One of the outstanding acti'v- Headquarters o h raiain TYPEWRITERS
ities of the association during this located in Alumni Memorial hall, Corona, Underwood, eidwsteriigo h u e'etbihdi 99floigBr-orsRmnro
of $30,000 to provide a retiring al-I the c_ c .tLon of the buiding at a Royals. j H E S y 11~
lowance for Prof. George P. Wil- cost 0o=y290,00, of which $150,000I We have all makes. -
hams, the first member of the Uni- was contriiuted by alumni. Special Colored Duco Finishes U11 ON l
vers_,.y's faculty. qua fr teac oi'ovided in the build- OI L
In 13 praststpS octation. On thei first floor, at the 314 South State --Poe61
were takRen which marked one of:.- -__ -
the milestone. iri the development
of the Alumni association. The, STARTING 1 2:00, 3:40
first was the consolidation of all
the earlier departmental organiza- TOD3AY' 7:00, 9:00 -
tiuns into the present general as- _____________ ____ -/
sociation, with a board of directors - -- - ..--- ,N -
elected at an annual meeting of FIF I D O'RSAY ., .
the alumni in June. The second!J A OD M RR YC Y ECO
was the purchase of the Alumnus H RL U RY-CY EC O
fo stdnswohdpitdiIN~as a private venture for several "WOMEN EVERY WHER'E"
years. The third step was the ap-
pointment of the first general see- Moocc---The Foreign Lgion-Where life is a natter tof wits, lave :t
-___... ....~..~ matter of fate, and womnen a matter of fact.
Mullendore Selected AlsoI Here's the
Head of Alumni Group "WILD MEN OF K-SCALIHARI" Happiest
--A sensational photographic recod of a lost civliziation, made by Dr. C. Snappiest
William C. Mullendore, general Ernest Cattie, under the. auspces' of the DENVER MUSEUM i NAT.rato
counsel for the Southern California URAL HISTORY. rato
Edison company, has been namedI
president of the eighth alumni I-Yor- . -re
district by the directors T. HawleyI Going Dugs! --

Tapping, general secretary of the
organization, announced yesterday.
sHe also stated that the associa- NO That great Broadway Musical Smash of Youth,
tion will not take over the right to M 1 q ;otg and Ft~ is noaw a Talkie M arvel withj
sell Michigan songs which has been 0.o~g
offered for sale by Mrs. M. M. Root. f Have you seen i,

Sr. :iJkU \Vith Success

'fIa ?. ? U i . _ ar':Qx ibit will
so at 5 0 'ocr iteroon,
(V.~'ani~i:~ nom c'.The
illi
firstgivci. sheheird
1,1durng1,1hre wee'iks of
cxnibt. ta. larest in the exhi-
hibit:Grs i .cldedboth students
d faculty m mbe;rs as well as
:al artists not connected with the
iiversity here and in Ypsilanti.
xhibitors must call for their'
(rk s toinoii -ow or Sunday, Mrs.
wito- said. T',h<rgalleries Will be
en until 5 o'clock! both days.
INN1ERS15AND
TE S'""SANDWICHIES
at the
Swetlan
Where Service
and
Quality Reigns
d~

association's

Daily at

2,3:40, 7, 9

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'nessie Love anu '.pus 1ony
(They're a riot)
Mary Lawlor
(Sh2 was in the stage hit)
Cliff Edwards
(Hear him sing; "I'rm Pessimistic")
Stanley Smith-Lola Lane

"cc, ^ but I'd Lilze to, Make You
"~I Feel Pessimistic"
"'Football"
"If Ycia'rc Not Kissing M"
'C ood News"
MLucky In Love"
Varsity Drag"
"The Best Things in Life Are Free"
"That's How You Know We're
Co-eds"
"He's a Ladies' Man"
"Walk Collegiate"
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