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TO ASSUME DUTIES
z America do not
atages," said Asha
d., in an interview
r is the only wom-
d Master of Arts from the Univer-
y of Calcutta and is now working!
a degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
I believe in co'education. In In-
, colleges for both men and wpm-
are under one administrative de-
rtment but their classes are , en-
"Social Aspect Overemphasized" ..
Miss Haldar hesitated and then she
d: 'Sometimes I think that college
dents in America put too much em-
asis on the social aspdct. They do
have a well balanced life as a re-
t. At home we seem to have more
ae to think."
After comple'ting her work here,
ss Haldar intends to return to In-~
, where she will teach in a girls'
lege. In speaking of the educa-
nal situation in India she said, "The
iools in India, as everything else,
losing their originality." Miss
Jdar stated that the reason for this
that the medium of instruction is
glish which makes their.own lang-
ge secondary and results in an ig-
rance of things Indian.
'he moderate party of India. is now
ing to establish native schools where
glish will be the secondary lang-
ge and where they will- learn of1
ir own country as well as of oth-
Those who favor this plan feel
,t it is the only means by which the
.ntry will develop a spirit of unity.
Viiss Haldar spoke of the attempt
Gandhi to foster economic inde-'
idence by placing a hard l'oom in
ry home in India. He is one of
leaders of the party which looks
ward to having a system of English
trol like that in. effect in Canada.
ndhi believes that this change in the
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government will come about through
peace rather than war or as he tells
his followers} through "love rather
KNOW YOUR UNIESITY
(Note-This is the first of a series
of short articles upon events in the
history of the University to be pub-1
lished by The Summer Michigan Daily
especially for the benefitof those stu-
dents wli0 have never been in attend-
ance at regular session of the Univer-
By legislative action in 1837 the Un-
iversity was created; but it was not
actually opened until 1841 when it
started with an original attendance
of six students. In the earlier days
there were six buildings an the cam-
pus, two of which were dormitories
containing,;class-rooms. These dorm-
itories are now known as Mason hall
and South Wing of University hall.
The other buildings on the campus'
were professors' houses.
High School Offers Chinese Courses
Two courses in the Mandarin Chi-
nese language, are being taifght in
the Oakland, Calif., high school. Both
classes are taught by a native Chi-
nese teacher who is a graduate of an
The name of, the secretary of the
Ann Arbor Exchange club was incor-
rectly stated as Prof. J. A. Sylvester,
in yesterday's Daily. Prof. James H.
Cissell, of the structural engineering
department, is secretary of the club.
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Replacing 'Dr. Louis H. Newburgh,
former acting head of the department
of internal medicine of the University
hospital, Dr. Louis M. Warfield, form-
erly of Milwaukee, who received his
appointment July 1, arrived this week
to assume his duties as head of the
Dr. Warfield is a graduate of Johns
Hopkins university, having received
both his A.B. and M.D. degrees there.
Previous to coming here he was con-
I sultant in charge of the medical serv-;
ice of the Milwaukee County hospital.
He has also taught in the Marquette
Medical school at Milwaukee.
GUN AND BLADE
Gun and Blade club members are
planning a cnic on Aug. 5 at Whit-
more lake. Entertainment will ,be
furnished and a special lunch served.
Tichets may be procured at $1.75 from
any of the following men: )Floyd Eck-
les, '24', Glen B. Ranney, '24, Ray
Smith, '23, Wilfred Hocking, '23, A.' E.
Anderson, '25, Harvey Hoffmaster, '24.
The picnic is open to federal board
students, members of the Gun and
Blade' club and their friends.
The Gun and Blade play ground ball
team has offered a challenge to any
team on the campus. They will meet
the Economics faculty team in a game,
this afternoon at Ferry field.
Yesterday 's Games;
Cleveland 1, Vvashingtonr
St. Lewis 16, Philadelphia,
Chicago 7, Boston 8.
Detroit I, New lcrk 7..
New York 3, Cincinnati' 5.
Philadelphia 0, Pittsburg, 6..
Boston 1, St. Louis 6.
Brooklyn 0, Chicago 1.
But HoW Are You
Gonna Get 'Em
(By Associated Press)
Washington, July 21.-How're you
going to catch a law-breaking airman
a thousand feet up in the air when
you haven't a plane, balloon, or even
a stepladder to get him with? That's
the question agitating the District of
Columbia police today on the even of
the going into effect of Washington's
newest and .most stringent traffic reg-
Hereafter police will be expected to
see that no flighty human flier skims
lower than the fixed safety limit; that
none of them attempt any fancy flying;
and -worst of all-that every flier
over Washington roofs has a license.
Makes 'Em Scratch Their Heads
It's the last section of the new rule
that bothers the cops most, for there's
not a single plane owend by the en-
tire police force with which to stop
the reckless in mid-air to gruffly de-
mand a sight of their permits; and
what's more, say police officials, no
one on the force sees any possibility
of there ever being one.
Nevertheless, there's the law, and
the coppers are scratching their heads
to find a way out.
The air traffic rule is the direct out-
come of the act of a commercial flier
who flew so low over the assemblage
at the dedication of the Lincoln Mem-
orial, last Decoration day, that he
drowned out President Harding's voice
his address. Public and official de
nunciation quickly aroused Congress
to the promulgation of the regulation
and stiff fines now await the unthink-
Law Becomes' Effective Today
While the order was issued a month
ago, the penalties do not do into ,ef-
fect until midnight tonight. It is pro-
vided that no flier shall descend lower
than 3,000 feet within the District of
Columbia boundaries, unless landing,
taking off, or enroute to another point;
that all' persons except United tSates
agents, such as army, navy, marine
corps and mail fliers, must be duly
licensed pilots; that no trick flying
shall be attempted under any circum-
stances; and that aviators shall land
only at designated fields.
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Orpheum-Hoot Gibson in "Step
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