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THE MICHIRAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1932

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T R P OF COLLEGE

QUEENS

I ITaking Films ill B Used at Chicago

Dr. W. G. Bergman, F. F. Adams
to Speai< at Oen Meeting
of War Resisters.

Dr. W. G. Bergman, of Detroit
city college, and founder and com-
mander of the Thomas Jcfferson
post of the American Legion, and
F. F. Adams, formerly state chap-
ain of the Department of Illinois
American Legion are to speak at an
open meeting of the War Resisters'
league at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow in
Natural Science auditorium. The
subject of their joint lecture will be
"Why We Are Permanent Ex-Sold-
iers."
The Thomas Jefferson post of the
American Legion has recently be-
come nationally known for the doc-
trines of pacifism that it sup-
ports. An injunction suit has been
brought against it by -the Depart-
ment of Michigan American Legion
in an attempt to withdraw its char-
ter; this suit is being heard n the
Federal courts in D'e'roit this week
In addition to leading this post of
the American Legion, Dr. Bergman
actively supported pacifism by ad-
dressing meetings in and near De-
troit. Following a lecture which he
delivered some time ago in which
he attempted to prevent the estab-

CHICAGO. May 16. - --- The maic'e:!other in1ti"u is
University of Chicago i s quite wh ny o te 2 esthe S tion-
iki str, ._ ." he :s a. I took four
It will not be an attemipt to "jazz year: t perfect the plan.
up" education, but will be an expe- TIh death of scientists in the
riment in the use of talking pie- pas hse revented the world from
tures as part of the university's ed- he-ring them describe their exper-
ucational program. irents. Under the new plan their
Within two weeks the university spoken word vill go on for years
will strt the production of a ser- after they are dead.
ies of twenty films on the physical Phenomena which the naked eye
sciences, which will be made the cannot see will be shown. The pie-
basis of study in the freshman class tures wil depit the heartbeat of
bcgining next fall. They will also a dov the excvations of Neneveh
be sOid to other educational insti- and Magiddo, the history of trans-
tutions. portation, and the life of a plant,
Describing the inovation as part and oter wonders of the scientific
of the "experimental tradition" of --- - -
the school, President Robert May-
nard Hutchins, 33-year-old head of
the institution. said it would be the
first organized attempt of any uni
veisity to find out what talking
pictures contribute t o classroom
work. eaAD E
"We expect to extend to all ,..iZ .amMM mw
branches of the university, to our -
courses in adult education and to NOTICE

world.
Each film, said President Hutch-
ins will require perhaps 10 minutes
to show, so that only a part of a

class period will be taken up in this
manner, leaving time for lectures.
He added there was no intention of
using the films to supply the facul-
ty.
The "movies" will add another
chapter to evolutionary educational
ideas sponsored by President Hut-
chins. At present students at the
university are permitted freedom of
study under which they attend lec-
tures and take examinations at
their own option.
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,Uiincs i tgomnery Vlagg is "bored" with college beauty contests.
sas°. .. ; a vaus, ic Estats including (top to bottom) Elizabethl
Marsh, Mary Jane alI and Lucille Hall, were sent to the artist, .I.
J vu m resed wen he returned the pictures with a request that
ant.°7 f E r;s;d IA) , ljg l-because there were "no startling beauties
am or; im. 2

Sg f o 'Tau Will Hold Third
T'hing Oil' Session
on June 1.
Sigma Rho au, engineering for-
C-sic society, is completing plans
for its third annual "Tung Oil"I
banquet which will be held at the
Union on June 1. President Alex-
ander G. Ruthven will deliver the
piincipal address of the evening.
Other speakers will be Dean Her-
bert C. Sadler of the engineering
olee, Dean Emeritus Moitimer E.
Cooley of the colleges of engine-
ering and architecture, and Prof.
Emil Lorch of the college of archi-
tecture.
re=tly a f t e r the banquet,
awards will be presented to those
members of the society who have
done meritorious work during the
year. It has been said that this
is the "only time of the year when
the students and professors meet
on a common level."

Paraguay Explorer
Returns From Trip
With Tale of Peril
ASUNCION, Paraguay. May 16.
(/P - A story of excruciating suf-
fering in the Paraguayan jungle,
including being almost eaten alive
by ants nearly an inch long, wasj
told here by Donald S. Wees, Amer-
iean explorer, who has just return-
ed to civilization.
Wees, who spent three months in
scientific work in the wilds of
northeastern Paraguay, i n t h e
"grand desert," is on his way back
to the United States by way of
Buenos Aires.
Besides the encounter with the
ants, he told of battling floods in
the Acaray river with a make-shift
canoe hewed from a log and a
struggle in chopping his way with
a machete through a jungle thick
with cortaderas, plants which have
knife-life leaves capable of inflict-
ing very severe wounds.
Early in March, he said, a month
after the expedition left the head-
waters of the Yguazu river for the
Brazilian border, his companions
sickened and faced starvation.

lishment of an R.O.T.C. unit in the
Detroit City College, an etort was
made to oust Dr. Bergman from his
position as a teacher in the Detroit
City College.I
Sensational charges of uipaIriot-
ism were brought; against Dr. ler"-
man; but the school board, i i
final decision, acquitted himt id
assertecl that all teachers emloycd
by it should in the future enjoy the
privilege of free spTech at all times
When not in the c assrooms.
:rhe lecture tomorrow is to be giv-
cart i commemorv)ation of the First,
Thague Confe rence. May 13 is cele-
brated throughout the world as In-
terinational Goodwill Day.
All Shades .. $20.00
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ASCREEN EVENT

LA ST1
'lNJvICS

ertain ly. .R.
7 out of 10 smokers inhale
knowingly... the other
3 inhale unknowingly
0 youinhale? Seven out often smokers
know they do. The other three inhale
without realizing it. Every smoker breathes
in some part of the smoke he or she draws
out of a cigarette.
Think, then, how important it is to be
certain that your cigarette smoke is pure
and clean-to be sure you don't inhale
-certain impurities!
Do you inhale? Lucky Strike has dared
to raise this much-avoided subject
because certain impurities concealed in
even the finest, mildest tobacco leaves are
removed by Luckies' famous purifying
process. Luckies created that process. Only
Luckies have it!
Do you inhale? More than 20,000 physi-
cians,after Luckies had been furnished them
for tests, basing their opinions on their smok-
ing experience, stated that Luckies are less
irritating to the throat than other cigarettes.

SHE SiHARD HISrFAILURES
but not his success!
A WOMAN who followed her
man to the ends of the earth _.
who suffered and sacrificed-only to
be cheated of love in his hour of
atriumpb !
SAMUEL GOLDWYN
-RO iNA LD
t p e x n s A N ,

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