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THE MICHZGAN DAILY
18. What member of the President's Cabinet
I visited the Philippines to inquire into their affairs?
19. What noted actor has appeared in the motion
ty pictures 'Alexander Hamilton' and 'The Millionaire'?
20. What European city held a colonial exposi- HOW CAN
is tion last Summer and Fall? WE BE
21. Who is the Governor General of the Domin- ARTISTIC?
~d ion of Canada?
t 22. What well-known poet died in Illinois last Professor Louie trauss convinced
December?us yesterday tat o piece of writ-
23. What American scholar has discovered in has can ra ork of. art unlessI
England new material on the life of Shakespeare? has a moral purpose behind it. In
24. Who is the American Ambassador to Belgium? support of this nstatement, Profes-
25. Who is chairman of the House Committee on singl ork pote art deve beena
Naval.Affairs? single work of art had ever been
26. What millionaire, owner of the Chicago Na- greuat mthiatin forhace e ot.
tional League baseball club, has lately died? great motivating which we were forced to admit was
* 27.' What baritone has sung for thirty-three sea- petcluive. re are nws
oz sons at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and has pretty conclusive. We are now
lately celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday? mroe fthidepartmenteso
28. What famous English biographer has died? tha we mayon tim eaked,
29. Who is the author of "Maid in Waiting"? wththe mry ea tists. rAke
30. The centennial of what English author has a cursor stgati, Aoeer
been observed in England and America? a cursory mvestigation, however,
we find that great moral purposes
31. What noted football coach lost his life in an are very hard to discover in escry-
airplane accident? aevr ar odIovrmeey
airlan acldbtday life. We don't intend to give{
d 32. The wing of what famous library was wrecked up without a struggle. A moral
by the collapse of the roof?
33. What famous New England sculptor has died? purpose is our life objective from
34. What country has become a member of the this time forth.
Leage of Nations during the year? * * *
35. Who was appointed by President Hoover to The whole nation was shak-
head the recently created Reconstruction Finance en yesterday to learn of the la-
Corporation? mentable disappearance o f
36. What French statesman proposed to the Con- young Mr. Lindbergh from the
ference on Disarmament the plan for in interna- home of'his parents, Mr. and
tional police? Mrs. Lindbergh. (Mrs. Lind-J
37. What Portuguese island possession was the bergh was formerly Anne Mor-
scene of a brief revolt? row, daughter of Vice-President
38. Who is the President of the Irish Free State? Dwight W. Morrow). We might
39. What Italian statesman has recently visited possibly say somethi g about
the United States? the newcomer expecte in the
r 40. What European country has enfranchised Lindbergh family in connection
women? with the disappearance of the
present offspring but it occurs
C to us that it wouldn't be in very
Answer briefly the following questions. Answers good taste. There are too many
in general should be not longer than 40 words, women around this office that
1. What significant archaeological discoveries we have to look straight in the
have been made on the North American. Continent? eye.
2. What was the controversy between President * *4
Hoover and the Navy League? Everyone has experienced those
3. What was the decision of the Supreme Court emotional outbursts which leave
on the Indiana chain-store tax law? the owner with i feeling of va-
4. What high ecclesiastical pronouncements cancy, which leads him to say "I
have been made on marital relations? have a feeling that I want some-
5. What action has been taken by a European thing but I don't quite know what
country with respect to prohibition? it is." We discovered a new me-
6. What was the nature and purpose of Pro- dium of abstract emotional expres-
fessor Auguste Piccard's flight? sion yesterday when a friend of
7. What were the principal causes of the eco- ours said, "I have a feeling that I
nomic crisis in Germany? hate somebody but I don't quite
8. What has been the outcome of the prosecu. know who it is." We immediately
tion of ex-Secretary Albert B. Fall? went into a philosophical reverieLN
9. What was the decision of the World Couri and finally decided that there were
on the proposed Austro-German customs union? so many things concerned in the
10. What were the causes of the British naval matter such as character, disposi-
disorder in September and how was it settled? tion, personality, neutrality, and
the like that we had better leave
PART II the conclusions up to the Sociology
(Time suggested: Two hours) department. (Note: The Sociology
Write a few paragraphs' on four of the following Department is hereby givenspecial
giving a clear statement of impbrtant facts and als Noemisson to useAthisn fomatiton
your interpretation of them, Answers should be no inhs) y
less than 250 nor more than 600 words in length. tions).
1. Issues in the Chino-Japanese Conflict.
2. The Tariff as a National and a World Prgb- Everybody is wondering a bit
. Tfabout the new store which is
. E sm ybeing built on the West side of
!1 3. English Parliamentary Elections. Stt1tetna akr.(e
4. The Administration's Program for Alleviating State Street near Packard. (e-
5h ersin tween the Barber Shop and the
the Depression.
5. The Gold Crisis. Michigan Lunch). It appears
6. The Hoover Debt Settlement of July. that half of the building is to
7. The Problems Confronting the Railroads. be built beneath the front
8. Oliver Wendell Holmes. porch of the neighboring house.
9 Obstacles to World Disarmament. No one can quite see how the
10. Democratic Presidential Possibilities. builders are going to get a roof
11.1 The Spanish Republic and the Church. on the store building without
12. Thomas A. Edison. taking the roof off of the porch,
but those in charge of the con-
struction seem to be progress-
Iting with supreme indifference
EIDll 1IA1L CIEML to this problem. We thought
about going down and pointing
THE COLLEGIATE POSE, out this difficulty to the fore-
WHAT DOES IT MATTER?- man but we finally decided that
it was useless to try to tell peo-

(The Daily Northwestern) pie like that anything.
Some one the other day 'vas commenting on the * *
marked difference between American students and CAMPAIGN AGAINST HALL-
those of Europe. The seriousness with which each LOUNGERS. -
regards curent affairs was the topic under consider-
ation. The contention was made that European stu-
dents go at their work with distinct understanding
of current 'political situations. It was also held that*
the American college student knew little and cared
less for current affairs pertaining to government and
politics.
The contentions made doubtless have points in
their favor, but in the same discussion it was pointed
out that American college students do have distinct
ideas concerning politics as evidenced by almost any
collegiate "bull-session," but that most American 9-an d th at's
collegians hate to show conclusively that they are Confusion in Angeti Hall Lobby.
in earnest about anything. It seems that a lot of people have
There is a good deal in the latter contention. the idea that it is the smart thing
American college students cling to their reputation to do to loiter in the hall under the
for care-freedom more than any other of their num- clock between classes. Well, we
erous attributes. And then, too, in Europe, politics! want to say right now that it isn't
is a first-hand matter with most students, and is any such a thing! People who get Definite knowledge of "where we are" and c
much closer to the general run, than it is in America. in the way like that are a social "that lies ahead" is as vital in business as in
From newspaper accounts it would seem that in Eur-- menace, and legislation should be
ope most students are radicals of the most violent engineered against them. We are flying. For this expert navigating, the Bell p
sort. Radical ideas, it is certain, are far more pre- going to get up a petition to hav/ System has long relied upon statisticians. st
- valent in European circles of learning than in President Ruthven appoint hal These men study present and prospective si
America. proctors to prevent vagrancy in the .
- Doubtless there are as many American students lobby. mdustrial, economic and social conditions in a
with definite and fixed ideas, some of them as near * * all parts of the country. They gather facts- tl
to the radibal, as are found in Europe, but the fact We noted with a great deal of in- analyze them, correlate them, discover their
is never known. The interest is there, but it is kept terest the Feature on the front page significance to the telephone business, draw ti
hidden from the campus for fear of "posing." Fol- of yesterday's D a i1 y entitled
lowing this bent, the mass of students is generally "BURNING ICE," and we were glad guidance from them. They study and fore- s<
"down on" pacifists, militarists, bespectacled debat- to hear that Miss Churchill refused
ers, too ardent orators and others, with set ideas. to give an interview to the busy-
A few- of the campus residen~tsh i'rve l'hirnkn nb' rn s" .'o coffm,. +. 4.-.,1"1) T T T/'

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