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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1937

PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1937

NEWS
Of The DAY
(By The Associated Press)
One Killed, Six Injured
In Army Plane Crash
FRONT ROYAL, Va., Jane. 28.-(P),
-One enlisted man was killed and six
persons injured when an army bomb-
er crashed into Bilger Mountain near
here this afternoon.
Private Henry L. Neid, of the 35th
pursuit squadron, Langley Field, was
dead when assistance reached the
plane.
Lieut. Joseph D. Zimmerman, pilot,
among the most seriously injured,
suffered from burns.
Pontiff Reassumes
Duties After Improvement
VATICAN CITY, Jan. 28.-(P)-
Pope Pius felt sufficiently improved
tonight to reassume powers he had
delegated to subordinates a month
ago.
He revoked the extraordinary au-
thority he had conferred on a small
group of Cardinals, heads of congre-
gations and executive officers on Dec..
28 and instructed them to resuie
conferences with him on all matters
of importance.

French Lady Aids

professor Tells
Way To Prepare
For Your Exams

Anniversaries Of Paine And Pushkin To Be Observed

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PIaine, Backer Of Man'sr
Rights, Was Author OfI
'Co11unon Sense'

- Associated Press Photo
Marie-Therese de Laboulaye,
daughter of the French ambassa-
dor to the United States, has be-
come a volunteer worker at Red
Cross headquarters in Washington'
and is shown at the information
desk where she does her part dur-
the flood relief emergency.

Classified Directory

ro. Meyer ow Tribute to two writers who playeda
Cram More Effectively; important roles in the world's history1
Repeat Lesson Over' will be made during the next two'
weeks. Thomas Paine, American so-
By XORERT FITZGERALD cial critic, was born 200 years ago to-
As students dig in for a final stand
prior to the siege of final exams, Prof. day, and Alexander Pushkin, Russian
George Meyer of the psychology de- poet, was killed 100 years ago on Feb.
partment, in an interview yesterday 10.
gave a few aids which students might 1
use while "cramming" and reviewing. By ROBERT PERLMAN -
"Cramming could be accomplished Tbcmas Paine, the supporter of thei
much more effectively," Professor "rights of man," who was born ex-
Meyer said, "if instead of passively actly 200 years ago., would be a leader
reading the material over several in today's movement for economic, as
times the student would repeat the well ws political democracy, Mentor
substance of the lesson out loud. L. Williams, of the English depart-I
This serves two purposes," he went memts said yesterday in an inter-
on, "as the student, is actually testingf view.
himself, thus creating the conditions "This much maligned writer and
under which he will be examined,
while he is also keeping his interest propagandist for the cause of Arer-
centered on the topic.",,ican independence, whor Theodore1
Roosevelt called a 'dirty little athe-
"Commenting on the necessity of ( ist,' based his social philosophy on
good physical condition to examina-I the .deistic conception of a benevolent
tion success Professor Meyer said, God, whose plan for universal har-
"available evidence seems to indicate mony was being thwarted by artifi-
that a person can have very little cial institutions," Mr. Williams main-
sleep, over a short period of course, tained. "It is this aspect of Paine,
and still function effectively men- his desire to abolish the barriers to
'tally." He cautioned, however, that man's happiness, that is often em-
the effects of loss of sleep depend on phasized, rather than his vision of a
the individua on his gendral health glorious future for the human race,"
and resistance. Mr. Williams said.f
A common error . committed by Crystallized Sentimentf
crammers, Professor Meyer point- T
ed out, is the memorization of a series i Tom Paine was born Jan. 29 ,1737
of unconnected facts, a method which in Thetford, England. "He came to
usually results in complete confusion America at Benjamin Franklin's sug-
under the strained conditions, of the gestion after he had been fired from
examination period. "More emphasis,
should be placed on organization," he Road Experts To Meet
said. "An attempt should be made
to interrelate the various pertinent Here Feb. 16 To 18
facts so that the student gets a com-
plete picture of the subject matter. A conference on problems of high-
In other words give meaning to the way safety, construction and finance'
material," he went on, "too often will be held here Feb. 16 to 18 under
the examination does not include the the direction of the engineering col-
clues necessary for the recollection of lege, aided by the Michigan State
unimportant, unrelated facts and the Highway Department, the Michigan
result is disastrous." Association of Road Commissioners,
The correct mental attitude is also the Michigan Good Roads Association!
of considerable importance in taking and the state department of public,
exams, Professor Meyer continued, safety, it was announced yesterday.
"As far as possible this should be an The meeting, 23rd in the series of
attitude of confidence. If the whole annual conferences, will feature as
exam is read through carefully be- speakers state highway Commissioner
fore starting to work confidence can Murray D. Van Wagoner, Paul G.
often be inspired, whereas if the first Hoffman. president of Studebaker
question is attacked immediately it is Corp., C. A. Hogentogler of the U.S.
liable to prove difficult." Bureau of Public roads, C. F. Good-
rich, chief engineer of the American
Bridge Co., Leroy Smith, Wayne
EVENING RADIO county engineer, Warren Henry, en-
gineer of the Illinois commerce com-
PROGRAMS mission, C. F. Long of the Minne-
sota state highway department and
Herold Reinecke, special agent in
CKLW-1030 Kiocycles charge of the Federal Bureau of In-
P.M. vestigation.
6:00-"Magic Island."
6:15-News and Sports. - - _ A

his government post for trying to or- Pushkin, Killed In Duel, periodicals will devote an issue wholly
ganize the xecise "Follecstors into what or in part to articles dealing with
we would call a labor union. It was Was Faither Of Ruissiani the poet."
Paine, more than any other indivi- Literary Language Radio Pay Tribute
dual, who crystallized sentiment in Other memorial events iR this
America for a complete break with By EDWARD MAGDOL country include national broadcasts
England," Mr. Williams continued, by Ford and General Motors of Push-
"and his pamphlets, 'Common Sense Alexander Pushkin, father of the kin programs, performances of Push-
and the 'American Crisis' series, were Russian literary language and liter- kin plays, commemorative meetings
instrumental in keeping up the mo- ature, was slain in a dual in 1837,y all over the United States by the
rale of the civilians and soldiers dur- only 40 years after his birth. National Federation of Women's
ing the war." The 100th anniversary of the death Clubs and celebrations at Harvard,
Paine Was International of this poet, whose work has been Columbia and many other univer-
The economic philosophy of Paine described as "the product of a time- sities
is clearly illustrated by his words, less spirit, which mocks at the petty The Vassar Review, literary mag-
is . athe accumulation of personal changes of fate, of governments, and azine of Vassar College, will devote
property is, in many instances, the of ideas," will be celebrated in im- its February issue entirely to Push-
effect of paying too little for the pressive ceremonies throughout the kiniana, Professor Meader said, and
labor that produced it, and the con- world Feb. 10, Prof. Clarence L. it has already begun to solicit the
sequence is, that the working hand Meader, professor of general linguis campuses of the country for 'pur-
perishes in old age, and the employer tics and instructor of the only Rus- chasers of this special edition of the
abounds in affluence." sian language classes of the Univer- magazine.
"a f ssity announced yesterday.
ing is his internationalism," Mr. Wil- No Program Planned $6 PER DAY FOR LEGISLATOR
liams stated. "This is demonstrated Due to the fact that the University LANSING, Jan. 28.- (P)- The
net only by his remark 'My country will be in the midst of examinations 'House voted its members a $6-a-da3
is the world, to do gocd, my religion' on the holiday, Professor Meader de-- expense account for legislative ses-
but by his interest in English democ- 1clared no specific program has been sions today.

racy and his active participation in I conceived here.
the French Revolution. His book,! "This poetic genius, "Professor TYPEWRITING
'The Rights of Man,' was written in Meader observed, "holds just such a
reply to Edmund Burke's 'Thought unique position in Russian as Shake-l MIMEOGRAPHING
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* Inspiration To Many
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been a source of inspiration to nearly
Hamtramck, Feb. 11 all Russia's later poets. He was the BE1T ER
author of marvelous lyrics and narra-
tive poems, some of which have been D A
The Varsity Glee Club- will singdramatized."D

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born Inn at Dearborn. The program
will be sponsored by the University
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born.
Bowlers Must Qualify
For All-Campus Meet
The annual All-Campus Bowling
Tournament is again being sponsorec
this yearby the Intramural Depart-
ment, director Earl Riskey an-
nounced yesterday. As usual the
Michigan Union alleys will be used
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Feb. 11 at the Hamtramck High
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Pushkin's more famous works in-
clude the immortalized operatic ver-
sions of Boris Godounov and Coqk
d'Or. His verse has appealed to mil-
lions of children and adults through.
the past century because of its simple,
easy and flowing style, which, critics
like Max Eastman and Edmund Wil-
son of the New Republic maintain, is
expressive of the spirit of the folk of
Russia and of Pushkin himself.
"Several commemorative volumes,
containing translations from Pushkin
will be published in this country,"
Professor Meader said, "and many
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