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THE MICH11GAN DAILY

FRIDAY,

tiE RIIAR

SEEKS NEW TERM

H N cI L L A

ting of High School Mentors
With Their Former Pupils
Set for December 10.
bicipals of 49 high schools and
Junior college will convene in
Arbor Thursday, December 10,
he purpose of interviewing Uni-
ity freshmen who prepared for
ge at their respective schools.
eneeting is being arranged by
strar Ira M. Smith.
Rnxally the Universiy invites
cIpels from Michigan and other
-w Pern stats to attend the l
iering for the purpose of keep-
in utoch with the progress of
year students. This year only
schools outside of Michigan will
represented. They are Culver
tAry acalemy, of Culver, JIndi-
and fowe Military academy, of
ve, Indiana.
f W. 436 freshmen to be inter-
00d0 343 are in the literary col-
S the engineering college,
re in the architecture college, 6
in the pharmacy zc!1ol, 7 are
the music school, 4 are in the
.hygiene school, and 4 are in
education school. In addition,
re will be 15 advanced students
v viewed, bringing the total to
%e Detroit delegation will be by
the largest, with 13 high schools
*:represented. The sessions arc
vontinue throughout the day,
ri consultation periods and room
nbers scheduled for each fresh-
n.
he principals will be the guests
he University at luncheon in the
on. There will be no speakers.
;LTUREEXHIBIT
h ition of Modern Work Will
be Presented in Alumni
Memprial Hall..
wo exhibitions of sculpture and
lches, opening on Dec. 7, in the
Leries of Alumni Memorial hall
e announced yesterday by the
ision of Fine Arts.
'or the past two years the divi-
i of fine Arts has included an
ibitlon of contemporary sculp-
e on its schedule. The exhibi-
1 of "Sculpture of Our Times,"
uding 35 examples by European
I American sculptors comes from
$yracuse museum of Fine Arts
re it was shown during Novem-
.This exhibition was assembled
the College Art Association and
favorably reviewed in the New
k art journals and newspapers
re it went on circuit, where it
,been well received.
he exhibition of studies and
tomes of the well-known murals
Thomas H. Benton for the New
Qol of Social Research in New
k comes directly from the art-
Mr. Benton is one of the lead-
members of that group of
nger artists who "live with gus-
wlo revel in the full-bodied
scularity of action and who do
fear to record what they ob-
,e." The originals of these stud-
on the New School of Social Re-
ich, New York, have been des-
ed as "beyond question the
k t exciting and provocative
cges ever done in America."
hee exhibitions will be open
y from 9 until 5 o'clock and on
xday, Dec. 13, from 1:30 until 5.
turtle weighing 1,400 pounds
e on the west coast of Vancou-
isand has been sent to the Pro-
sial museum.

Associated Press Photo
Vice President Charles Curtis,
who has announced in Washington
that he would seek renomination
for vice-president, next year. His
statement quashed rumors that he
would enter the Kansas senatorial
iace.
V ill ard Will Lecture
on Militarism Sunday
Oswald Garrison Villard, editor of
'he Nation magazine, national poli-
tical and sociological weekly, will
sneak here Sunday afternoon on
"Militaristic Uncle Sam?" The lec-
ure will be given at two o'clock in
Tatural Science auditorium, under
The auspices of the Social Science
club.
Minnesota has 37,317 miles of
surfaced roads of all classes outl
of a total mileage of 110,661.
California Institute of Technol-
ogy has uncovered an excellent
specimen of the duck bili dinosaur
in Utah.t

Nankai Professor to Give Second
Lecture on Far Eastern
Crisis Tonight.
Dr. Peng-Chun Chang, notedi
Chinese philosopher and theatre{
director will give two lectures in
Natural Science auditorium today.1
At 4:15 Dr. Chang will speak on1
the "Traditions and Technique of
the Chinese Theatre." At 8 o'clock
this evening he will discuss "The
Meaning of the Crisis in the Far
East." The first is a university lec-
ture while the evening lecture isi
under the auspices of the Chinese;
Students' club. The public is cor-
dially invited to attend both lec-
tures.
Dr. Chang is a well-known figure
throughout China for his reorgan-
ization and expansion of Tsing-
Hua university as dean of the
school from 1923 to 1926. He is at
present head of the department of
philosophy at Nankai university
and visiting professor of philosophy
at the University of Chicago. Dr.
Chang is best known in the theatre
world as director, a fqw years ago,
of the Mei Lan San play production
group which made a phenomenal
hit in New York and, Chicago.
Dr. Arnstein Visions.
Even Larger Airships
\NA W YORK, Dec. 3. -(P)-The
Akron may be the world's largest
dirigible, but to its designer it's
I just an aerial midget dbmpared to
the size of an airship he has found
can be built with the utmost safe-
ty on the same principle.
Dr. Karl Arnstein, vice president
and chief engineer of the Goodyear
Zeppelin corporation, under whose
direction the Akron was construct-
ed, revealed before he sailed for
Germany today that his studies
show a ship three times as large
could be constructed without any
sacrifice of efficiency.
"In fact," he said, "the bigger;
they are the better they fly."
Dr. Arnstein, was the designer of
more than seventy of Germany's
war-time Zeppelins before joining
the American company.

W'INDT PRAISES 'ABBEY PLAYERS'
AS REPERTORYTHEATRE LEADERS
Praising the Irish Abbey theatre their plays ensemble for many
as being the leader in the develop- years, the same plays year after
ment of the repertory idea of then- year, the Abbey players are able to1
draw out every bit of meat that the
tre management, Valentine B. play contains."
Windt, director of play production, Praising the amateur spirit of the
said yesterday that the Abbey play- company which has demonstrated,
ers incorporate in their work some its eminence in the field of reper-
of the most important features and tory work, Windt said, "I often find
ideals of the modern repertory students complaining because I in-
company. sist on a five or six week strenuous
Indicating in further detail how rehearsal period for a play. How
the Abbey theatre under the direc- different is this attitude from the
tion of Lennox Robinson has grown amateur spirit of the Abbey play-
up with the repertory idea Windt 1 house which started with an ama-

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stated, "In the repertory idea of teur group, and whose devotion to
acting and production, a company the play became so strong that they
is able to produce a high quality of gave up their lives to it."
work for the simple reason of the-
intimate understanding that results SPEECH C O NT E S T
among players of long standing.
And in the realistic plays of the D A T E POSTPONED
Irish theatre, the acting technique
is very near the real movements of Because of an unexpectedly small
life, so that long term with a part I number of entrants in the extem-
is like living a person's life. This poraneous speech contest of the
presents a great sincerity to the Oratorical association, the prelim-
productions of the Abbey theatre inary contest of which was to have
group qi" been held at 4 o'clock yesterday
When questioned about the actual afteron netenio f tim fo
technique of producing the plays of enternoon into te contest has been
the Irish theatre, Windt said, "Pro- made by Victor Rabinowitz.
ducing a play is no slight task. And dext Tuesday is the date set for
it is more than a matter of critical the preliminary contest, the five
study and stage tricks. Elements of winners of which will meet the fol-
thought and characterization grow lowing Tuesday, Dec. 14, for the
out o f a play in active rehearsal fin of the contest.
and ferformance that even a close Winners of the contest will be
reader cannot get from a quietaWrd olsernd bronze
reading of the text. Having played awar ed gold, sil apreliiary

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Band Has Rehearsal
for Concert Season
Reduced to 65 pieces, Michigan's
Varsity band commenced rehears-
als last night for an active con-
cert season both in Ann Arbor and
in nearby cities. Although no defi-
nite plans have been announced as
yet it is expected that the organ-
ization wil present several appear-
ances before the end of the semes-
ter and will take part in numerous
concerts next March and April.

contest will be members of the
Oratorical association, and the final
judges will be chosen from the
faculty of the Speech department,
Particular emphasis will be placed
by the judges, it was announced, on
the five minute extemooraneous
speech to be given after '0 minutes
preparation on a subject which will
be announced at the conclusion of
the five minute prepared speeches.
The question upon which the
prepared speeches will be made is:
To what extent should the faculty
exercise control over student pub-
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