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THE MIC C A N DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1932

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MODERN LANGUAGE STUDY VALUABLE Daily Official Bulletin
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tProfessor Decries Substitution foreign countries. Many of our Varsity Glee Club: Regular re-
A ' of Practical' Subjects present-day students will visit for- hearsals will begin Thursday. Plans
eign countries sometime where they are being made for coming Con-
mc. Ifor Languages. will be able to make use of their certs. Do not miss the smoker -and
conomics Professor Is Invited studies in languages. rehearsal this coming Thursday at.
to Join British Farm The study of modern languages Knowledge of foreign languages the Union Glee Club Rooms.
Ishould receive an important place has proved to be of much value to
Inquiry gup. in high school curricula, according scholars, professional men, a n d Radcliffe Club of Michigan invites
alorRadclifu fMichiganentesn
Dr. V P Timoshenko of the ec to Prof. Michael S. Pargment of the business men in obtaining informa- all former Radcliffe students and
- - French department, who spoke on tion about foreign couries all women interested in Radcliffe to
cmics department was recently "Why Study Modern Foreign Lang- attend a luncheon at the Michigan
eked by the British Royal Insti.. uages?" at 2 o'clock yesterday aft- Although some modern language League, Saturday, April 2, at 12:30
te of International Affairs to be- ernoon over the University-of-the- antagonists assert that it is possible p m. Please 'phone 23845 before Fri-
Air broadcast.i day noon for reservations.
ome a member of a group vhich "Contrary to the educational pol- translations, Professor Pargment
ill make an enquiry into Agricul- icies of practically all other civilized disagrees on the ground that the Graduate Students: Party at the
re in its International Aspects. countries, an effort is abroad in the best works are not translated im- Palmer Field House for all grad-
Scholars in economics, agricul- United States t o* eliminate this m ediately, and much is lost in the uate students, Saturday, April 2, at
; study and replace it by the so-call- translations. 8:30 p.m. Dancing, cards, bowlin-
Ural economics, and finance from ed practical subjects," Professor "Language study, if done proper- etc. Admission 25 cents.
ifferent countries have been asked Pargment said. ly," said Professor Pargment, "is a
G participate in this work. Such "It is the business," he continued, strict yet varied discipline. It nec- Students Interested in Business
uthorities as Prof. G. F. Warren, "of education both to teach the essitates close and orderly thinking; Administration are invited to a
ornell University, Dr. E. G. Nourse, students to make a living and also it exercises both memory and pow- tend a sn.oker by Junior Business
to train them to have cultural in- ers of concentration; it trains in Administration Class to be held on
rookings Institute, Carl Snyder,. terests." precision, accuracy, definiteness, the third floor of Michigan Union,
'ew York Federal Reserve Bank, The most obvious .value of a and clear thinking." Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
rof. Alonzo Taylor, Stanford Uni- knowledge of modern language is Another major objective of edu-___
ersity have been invited to join found in its practical employment cation is wholesome employment of Italian Men Students are cordial-
he group. in communicating with people of leisure, said Professor Pargment ly invited to attend a smoker,
Among the English scientists and -- _-Reading foreign books provides sponsored by Alpha Phi Delta, at 8
tatestmen may be mentioned the very wholesome as well as intellec-tp.mThursday, in Room 313 Union.
ames of Sir Josiah Stamp and If T i irr tual entertainment.

Iord Irwin, formerly viceroy of In- f
dia. Several German and Italian
scientists have also been included'
in the group.
This investigation will be along P
the general line of Dr. Timoshen- -
ko's present research work, He has Points Out Social and Economic
just finished a book on Agricultural C .I
Russia, which will be published Considerations Involved
sometime in May. in the Process.
Each member of this group will
submit a paper on the general sub- Speaking upon the "Social and
ject under investigation, or will Economic Considerations Involved
write on some particular phase of n Architetural Plannino'" Henrv

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Michiganen:ian Staff: Important
Michigan Profe ssors meeting of entire business staff will
be held Thursday, 4 p.m., at Press
to Speak at GEChiao bldg. All members who possess sales
books which have not been checked
University faculty men are to during the past week please bring
attend a joint meeting of the their books with them.
American Oriental society and
affiliated organizations, to be held Spring Vacation: Information in
for three days beginning yesterday regard to special student rates for
at the New Oriental institute of the the vacation period may be had at
University of Chicago. the Parrot from 12 to 7 p.m., daily.
Professors W. H. Worrell and Le-
Roy Waterman of the Semitics
department, R. H. McDowell, re-
search assistant in the archaeology [0
department, Prof. CampbellnBonner
of te Grek eparmen andI ( [i~I1W I~FH ~[1 FB (

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the subject.

Wright, architect and city planner
of New York city. yesterday ad-

to carry only two sports during one Chicagoans' Paintings dressed more thand100 persOns in
sessio. Show Natural Science auditorium.
session. Hal
The courses will be given June Wright attempted what he called
Fifty-one oil paintings, the a kaleidoscopic cross-section of
20 to 27 and June 27 to July 4. olpitigtework cmuiypanig~ohara
DE Bl of artists from Chicago and vicin-I community planning both abroad
Dr. Margaret Bell, professor of o rit rmCiaoadvcn
ity, are being shown daily from 9 and at home during the periods
physical education. and director of o'ckocmspreceding and following the war.
occkuntil 5 o'clock in the west3 He pointed out the effects of a
physical education for women at gallery of Alumni Memorial hall. Conti gemen in Russia
the University, will direct the work They have been selected from a and a republic inupon
of these sessions. much larger group comprising te athe imaginative planning of com-
In charge of swimming will be anlChicago art exhibit, a year-
Nita Sheffield who has wide ex- , ly showing of local talent given un- munity dwelligs.
perience in the teaching of this der the auspices of the Chicago Art Wright further dwelt upon the
institute, conflicting demands of economy, in
sions at the University of Califor- These paintings treat a variety of regard to space and type of house,
landscape, portrait and still life and attractiveness to prospective
nia, Wellesley, teachersCccollegessubjects in and about Chicago. This tenants. "Much of modern com-
and Y.W.C.A. camps. highly interesting exhibit opened munity planning is sterotyped," he
Mrs. Stewart Hanley, who won on Tuesday and is to run for more said, "but unfortunately along the
the women's state golf champion- than a week. It was brought here necessary requirements of light and
ship in 1924, 1927, and 1930, will for exhibition under the auspices facing."
serve as golf instructor, while Eliz- of the Ann Arbor Art association. The lecture, given under the joint
abeth Beall will be in charge of the auspices of the department of land-
work in tennis. Hilda V. Burr will The Baptist church at Green scape design, the department of so-
direct the field hockey unit. ICamp, 0., conducts a grocery store ciology, the business administration
in a log house to free the congre- school, and the architecture school,
Instructions to travels of 1867. gation of debt. was profusely illustrated.
recently found in an old newspaper, ------------- -------_
advised of the necessity of carry-
ing rifles and revolvers if venturing OPENING DANCE
west of St. Louis."

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Braidwood, '32, will present papers
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Winifred I. Smeaton, grad., Louise
A. Shier, grad., Catherine S. Bunnel,
grad., and Ellen W. Moore of the
Semitics department will also be
present at the meeting. Emphasis
will be placed on Near East re-
search.

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 29.--
The college student of 1932 is super-
ior to his predecessor of a genera-
tioi ago, according to Pres. A.
Lawrence Lowell of Harvard uni-
versity. He states in his annual
report that "they appear more ma-
ture not only in scholarship but al-
so in outside interests and the
sense of proportionate v a l u e s,
which is the flower of maturity."
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FRIDAY 11-1, SATURDAY 11-1, SUNDAY 9-11

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EVEN CRITICS CAN'T AGREE
o-which is the greater? Decide
for yourself! See
Together f o r
the first tine
on the screen
with
KAREN
MORLEY

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the truth. That
his own Pon was
the last to see
Nor a Selmer
alive!

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