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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1932

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LOAL PREACHERS Speaks Here Monday
PLAN INTERESTING
TALKS FOR TODAY
Mammonism' to Be Subject of
Sermon at ,Methodist<-
Episcopal Church."
HOME TO BE DISCUSSED
Social Significance of Birth
Control' Is Topic for
Liberal Union. "
A series of interesting sermons
has been arranged by pastors of Karl Borders.
Ann Arbor churches for today's
services. Borders to Talk
Bishop Edwin H, Hughes, of Chi- eS
cago, speaking on the subject of ,Rac
"Mammonism," will give the Wes- onRace Questtn
leyan Guild lecture a, 7:30 o'clock jesio
tonight in the First Methodist Epis- .
copal chuch. he morning worshipo orro N ght
will be in charge of Dr. Frederick .-.
B. Fisher, the pastor. His topic will Karl Borders, secretary of the
be, "Finding the Good Life" Chicago office of the League ,for
The third of a series of sermos Industrial Democracy, will speak
on the home in the community will on "Facing the Race Question-A
be given at 10:45 o'clock this morn- Daily Challenge," at 8:00 o'clock
ing in the Unitarian church. "The Monday evening in Natural Science
Homp as a Spiritual Reservoir" will auditorium.- ,-. ,
be discussed by the Rev. H. P. Mar- Borders has had 'much practical
ley. The Liberal Student's Union experience with inter-racial groups.
will be addressed by Miss Edith Following his graduation from Co-
Wulkop, of Boston, on "The Social lumbia university, he taught in the
Significance of Birth Control." Miss Philippine islands. After the War,
Wulkop is organizing clinics in he spent several years in Russia as
Michigan under the auspices of the a relief worker with the American
Michigan Birth Control League. At Friends Service committee, and as
4 o'clock, Dr. Katherine Greene will an educational director on the re-
speak on "Problems of Child Ad- construction movement on farms.
justment," in Lane Hall. For five years Borders helped di-
Anderson to Preach. rect social settlement workon Chi-
"The Secret of ,a Better World cago's west side.+
Tomorrow" is the sermon topic of Borders has a sympathetic under-'
Rev. Merle H. Anderson this morn- standing of the perplexing racial
ing in the First P r e s b y t e r i a n problems of America. He believes
church. At the First Congregational that only by calmly and sanely fac-
church, Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will ing discriminations and segrega-
talk on "Religion and Health," and tions in schools and other organiza-
at 6:30 p. m., Ella M. Wilson, of the tions, and in public contacts, can
geography department of Michigan a solution for the problem be
State Normal College will give an achieved.
illustrated talk on "In the Land _
of the Sphinx anWt' the Scarabs."~
Communion will be observed at
8 o'clock this morning at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church. The morn-
ing service at 11 o'clock will be 9GEMEETING
preached by the Rev. Henry Lewis.
His theme will be "The Kingdom
of God and Human Society."
"The Types of Students" will be Discuss Father Cox's Proposal
discussed at chapel services in thet
League by Rabbi Bernard Helier, to Form New National
of the Hillel Foundation. The eve- Political Party.
ning open forum will be in charg
of Prof. O. J. Campbell, of the Eng- PITTSBURGH, Jan. 16. - P) -
lish department, will talk on "El- Tens of thousands of jobless and
mer Rice and His Plays." *"their families thronged to Pitt Sta-
"Life" is Sermon Topic.
Services at the B e t h 1 e h e m dium today for the greatest unem~
Evangelical church will be in charge ployment rally in the City's his-f
of the pastor, Rev. Theodore R. tory.
Schmale, whose topic this morn- The meeting was arranged by
ing will be "God's Call and Man's Father James R. Cox,, "Shepherd of
Response." At the First Church of the poor," who last week led an
Christ, Scientist, the sermon topic "army" of 15,000 to Washington to
will be "Life." ask Congress and the President for
Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, pastor of the work.
Zion Lutheran church, will speak In a message sent to the assem-
on "Changed Hearts" at the morn- blage, Gov. Gifford Pinchot said "it
ing services, while at St. Paul's Lu- is the first and most important task
theran church, "Bringing People to of any Government to care for its
Jesus," will be the theme of wor- unemployed."
ship. "You have every right in the
At 6 p. m. in Wesley HIall, Miss world to demand that the National
Josephine Stern will speak on "The Government shall come to your as-
Effect, of Zionism on the American sistance," he said. "It is your Gov-
Jew." ernment, set up to protect and care
for you-not to stand by and watch
French Club, Faculty you go hungry and cold."
A in o n g matters discusse by
to Give Three Plays speakers at the meeting was Father
- Cox's proposal to form a new Na-
Three plays will be presented by tion political party-the Unemploy-
members of the Cerce Francais and ed Party-which, the priest has an-
the faculty of the French depart- nounced, will hold its convention
at St. Louis o Labor Day tQ noini-
ment at the first of the club's two nate candidates for president and

annual Soirees Dramatiques at 8:15 oier offices.
o'clock tomorrow night in the Lab-)
oratory theatre. A chorus of folk 'EDUCATIONAL PS Y4
songs has been planned for enter-G' A
tainment between acts.O,
"Une Lettre Chargee," one of
ires on French government admin- Misplaced emphasis on the rou-
istration, will be presented by the tine phase of schoolwork has re-
faculty. "Un Arriviste," by Miguel sulted in the slighting of the social
Zamacois, and "La Paix Chez Soi," standpoint of educational psycho-
by Courteline, are the two plays to logy, avers Prof. William Clark
be given by the student club mem- Trow of the educational school, in
hers. the Education Bulletin published
.__ yesterday.
Varsity Negative Team "No pupil is an Ebbinghaus or a
Will Debate at Toledo James memorizing things just to
e __ a e see how his mind works," says the
A two-man n e g a t i v e debating' article. "Still less is he a white rat
team composed of Jacob I. Weiss- or a chimpanzee striving to, obtain
man, 'U4, and Wilbert L. Hindman, food under trying circumstances to
'33, will represent the University of the exclusion of all other interests."
Michigan in a debate to be held at Instead, he is a "normal or slightly
10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning abnormal" person who spends a

Wildcats Defeat
Michigan, 21-20
Late Rally Fat

Varsity

Leads, 10 to

9, at Half; .Dan

and Williamson

Score

Six Points

Each for Wolverines.

EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 16.-(P)-Michigan's court team
down to its first defeat of the Conference season here tonig
Northwestern's victorious forces chalked 'up their fourth str
victory, 21 to 2o, in a fiercely contested battle. The Wolves le
a single point at the half, but were unable to maintain the desp
pace set by the Wildcats as they came back on the floor for the
ond period.
* With a io to g lead at the intermission, Coach Cappy Cap
boys were held to a standstill while the Wildcats worked up a
14 margin with two minutes to play. A final desperate rally n
baskets from the floor by Daniels, Eveland and Garner, but lef
Wolves a lonbe point short

I

MAYOR NAMES NE,
MANAGER T8 0.5. R.Hol

Mills, Replacing Smith,
to End Inefficiency

Ordered
Due

to Politics.I
DETROIT, Jan. 16.-(AP)-Joseph
E. Mills, who has been Commis-
sioner of the Department of Pub-
lic Works for the past year, Satur-
day was made general manager of
the Department of Street Railways
by Mayor Frank Murphy. He was
given orders to eliminate strife and
factionalism in the department,'
end inefficiency due to politics, and
"make a success of the municipal
ownership;"
Del A. Smith, who had been gen-
eral manager since 1927, was mov-
ed to a new post, manager of op-
erations. ,
Laurence Lenhardt, assistant
chief 'engineer of the Department
of Water Supply and former assis-
tant CIty manager of Pontiac, was
promoted to be D.P.W. Commis-
sionar, succeeding Mr. Mills.
Councilman, Richard Lindsay,
whose resolution to investigate
present conditions in the D. S. R.
was adopted by the Common Coun-
cil system to two Thursday, attack-'
ed the Mayor's action, saying "The
blame for conditions' should nat be
shoved off on Smith's shoulders.
The trouble has been that his
hands were tied."
Mr. Mills, in taking over Mr.
Smith's position, receives $15,000 a
year salary, Mr. Smith in his new
post will get $12,000 a year, while
Mr. Lenhardt succeeds to the $10,-
000 a year formerly paid Mr. Mills.
All the salaries are subject to the
general emergency reductions..
Mayor Murphy said the changes
had been planned for the past six
weeks, and had been discussed pri-
vately with Sen. James Couzens,
Col. Sidney D. Waldon of the D. S.
R. Commission, as well as with the
men concerned.
BIG TEN STANDINGS I

tie.
This victory puts North
ern definitely out in front c
competition for the Confe
title. Williamson, and D
each chalked up a total (
points for the game, the f
putting three counters throug
'net from the floor whlile the
added two free throws to ma
his total.
Bob McCarnes, Wildcat for
led his teammates in the W
ine defeat, counting four goals
the field and a gift throw foi
total of 9 points. Reiff and Jol
were the only other men to
for- the Northwestern five. I
Michigan's first defeat in
starts.
With three veterans of last
championship squad in the Ii
led by the stellar Captain M&O
the Wildcat offense was ab
break through the hitherto
pregnable defense of the V
for several close-in shotis. McC
was shifted from his center
tion to play opposite Daniel.
Wolverine captain, in the. fo
position. Garner of Michigan
ed a capable game in the pivot

THE LINEUPS
Michigan (20)
FGl

Eveland, f........
Daniels, f .... ..
Garner, c.........
Weiss, g..........
Williamson, g.,....

1
2
2
1
J)

FT P:
0 0
2 0
0 1
0 ' 1
0

Teams
Northwestern ....

.V

Ohio State.......
MICHIGAN.,..... ,.
Minnesota........
Purdue..........
Illinois ....... . .... .
Wisconsin ...........
Chicago ...,.. .. .
Iowa...........
Indiana...........

W
..4
..2
,r . 2 =
:.2
..2
.:1
..0
'.d
..0

L.
a
a
r .
1
1
4'

Pct.
1.000
1.000
S.667
.667
S.667
.667
.250
.000
S.000
.000

Totals ............ 9 2 4
Northwestern (21)
FG FT PF
Reiff,f............3 2 0
McCarnes, f.......4 1 2
Johnson, sc........2 0 0
Farber, g ..... .. 0 0 1
Smith, g..............0 0 0
Totals.... .. .. 9 3 3
Score by periods:
'Michigan.............10 10
Northwestern........9 12
Referee-John Schommer (C
cago). Um p ir e-Justin Mol
(Notre Dame).
Wisconsin Squad Bea
Chicago Team, 24 to
CHICAGO, Jan. 16.- ( P) -
consin broke into the win colt
of the Western Conference for
first time this season when it
feated Chicago's oft-defeated
roons, 24 to 18, here tonight.
loss sent the Midway team skidc
further down the chute into
Big Ten cellar.
Wisconsin's great Height adv,
tage played an important part
the victory for Dr. Meanwell's
gregation.
Ohio State Conquers
Iowa Ca ors, 40 to;
IOWA CITY. Jan. 16.-( P)--O
State retained its place in a
f or the top of the Confere
basketball standings here ton
when it overwhelmed the green
wa quintet, 40-23. Although I
had held the Buckeyes to a th
point victory only two weeks
they had no chance tonight aga
the powerful Columbus team, Wh
was led by a pair of stellar sop
more forwards, Colburn . and F
gitt.
Hoosiers Fall Before
Minnsnfa_ .7 t .

CHOLOGY SHOULD
S PROFESSQR T ROW

each of whom

has an individual

1
r

problem which the teacher must
meet.
This overemphasis has followed,
says Professor Trow's article, "the
ramifying development of psychol-
ogy itself. The physiological blind
alley must perforce be explored,
though young teachers will never
see the brains or neurones of their,
pupils.
Nonsense syllables must be inem-
orized and salivary reflexes read
about, though the school is suppos-
ed to deal with sensible material
and have no part in training dogs.
The curve of learning is construct-
ed, though actual progress in learn-
ing is seldom demonstrated regu-

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