:h' In Letter To Krc
x u s Show Mechanism
Of Audion Bulb
Denouncing the French invasin of
Marga'ret Beal, '25, chairman theRuhr, branding it as an attempt on
unior Advisory committee has
a corps of Junior girls of good the mart of the French to make the
to assist lzer in welcoming German people a "nation of slaves," a
ing the incoming f:shmen letter received by Dean Edward H
4ach jhnor is assigned three Kraus, o 1the Summer session, from a
;n, on whom she is to bestow disting cW.4A German scientist of the
ntion and her advice in mat- University of Teudingen say, "The
ating to registration and the Frenchman is a bitter enemy, and he
student activities C can do anything he wishes. He can
mer years the girls of the sen- advance at will without'any one hind-
the junior classes,, and the ering hii. He can plunder at will
Advisory committee have held and is doing it. He can drive our peo-
teas\for their numerous pro- plo from their homes and he does.
'iut this year it has been de- Orders are issued each day to the
combine the three parties. people." The writer declares that the
Lct date for this particular French imprison all wh hesitate to
is not been placed. obey them.
Show of rospertly
A dLeague. Pary -. The author of the letter was a class-
than 200 guests %enjoyed the mate of Dean Kraus in the University
July 4, whch marked the be- of Munich and his letter is an answer
of the summer activity of the to a query'from Professor Kraus that
league. On the lawn bteween the German writes. He speaks of
sy Barbour and Helen New- the present condition of Germany and
sidences games were played declares that the situation is a com.-
cing pleasatly passed the plex and terrible that he could give
delightful upper was served no accurate picture of it. What he
the afternoon. Further plans deplores particularly is the poverty
league are still under discus- of the German people and the decline
of the universities in Germany.
"If you *otuld cbme here," he writes,
"you wo'uld be surprised to see what'
are apparently flourishing conditions,
but these aremade possible by nurj-
erous rich foreigners who with a lit-
tle money can live in luxury here." He
points out that one can live in great
comfort on less than a dollar a day
However the money is depreciating so
rapidly that it is impossible to save it.+
While 1,000,000 marks may buy a suit
today, that sum in a few weeks will'
not be enough to buy a pair of shoes,
\ so no one wants to save the paper
mark. The poor are those who are
"hard hit." Many people are dying
because of lack of food and proper
medical care. They have not the mon-
1 PJNG is certain to be ey to pay the doctor's fees. "The
s ;ource of irritation and worst is," the professor writes, "that
no one seems to care about it. Every
uti1e5s the te~tt is right, one knows that we will never be able
lake tents thIatk re easily to pay the 32,000,000 gold marks of-
p and taken dowi, and fered." Conditions on the surface as
stay put" in the worst he describes them are such as give
ier. Lowestprices. an appearance of wealth, but the mass
of the tax paying people are desper-
Keep Out ~ibe Sun" ate poor.
nGerman Intellectualism Dying
The writer particularly deplores the
n TEXTILE CO. state of education in Germany. The
itellectualism for which Gernany
3 W. Michigan Ave. has stood, is rapidly disappearing, he
says. What the writer dsecribes as
Ypsilanti, Mich'the "professor group" in Germany is
becoming almost extinct. Under the
oppressive weight of the French in-
vasion ad their -constant deman for
a'SifIrd Advertising indemnity money which Germany can-
not pay, and the depreciation of the
e Two cents per word
lay, paid in advance ; fif-
cents per reading line per
D-Three or four room un- TODAY AND
ed apartment, by young cou-
hout children. Desired about Our severest critic said:
;write F. L. Troost, 510 Hick- OUT had not, on accou
, iles, Mich., giving descrip- n on
id rent asked. 12qr6 power of expression, it
the exact quality of
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mark, education in Germany is prac-
tically at a standstill. There is nowI
no incentive for scientific work, be-
cause of lack of funds to carry the
research. Both the German' professor
and the student have lost the enthus-
iasm for work which is so necessaryC
to a growing and vital institution.
"The situation is enough to drive one
crazy," the German professor ,writes.
"The future of intellectual GermanyJ
is problematical, the end of intellect-
ual Germany is unavoidable unless
we are given some freedom."
ALUMNAE COUNCIL MIKES
LIIST OF MICHI6AN CRAGS
ALUMNI NUMBER 45,121; ARE
FOUND IN EVERY STATE
The Central Campaign committee
of the Alumnae Council hijs been
making rapid strides and has already
compiled a .number of lists of the al-
umnii including lists by classes, by
geographical distribution, and accord-
ing to the ialphabet. These lists to-
gether with much interesting data are
now on file at campaign headquarters.
Mrs. Mollie Price Cook, Campaign Ad-
visor states that the alumnae are
scattered in 1800 cities in the United
States and that there are 128 alum-
nae and 1148 alumni in 26 'foreign
countries. The campaign is being
handled in all states by district cam-
The Alumni of the Uniiversity are
found in every state in the Union.. All1
together there are 8840 alumnae in
the United States and foreign coun-
tries. The alumni form a vastly
greater group, there being 36,281 in
the world. This makes a total of
Michigan graduates in the world of
45.121, which compares most favorab-
ly ip size to othir institutions in the
Company Displays Books
Florence Storm, '23, is in charge of
a collection of books published by the
World Book company, Yonkers-on-
Hudson, .which are being exhibited on
the first floor of Tappan hall. The
collection includes up to date texts
for elementary, high school and col-
lege work in addition to a number of
professional books. Miss Storm will
display the books during the summer
session from 9 to 10 o'clock in the
morning and from 1 to 4 o'clock in the
Moving pictures, made in the lab-
oratories of the Western Electric
company, New York, explaining the
importance of the electron-tube or
audion-bulb in wireless telegraphy,
were shown fast night in the Natur°-
al Science ,auditorium. Prof. D. L.
Rich, of the physics department, gave
an introductory talk to the films. He
pointed out how the scientists of the
last century thought that they had de-
veloped all the discoveries of their
time when the electrone was discov.
ered in 1898, disposing of the atomic
theory. Wireless telegraphy also was
invented about that time and numer-
ous fields of discovery were opened,
up. The films consisted of diagram-
matic representations of the use of
the audion-bulb in the receiving, ap-
paratus, how it controlled the flow
of electrones and amplified the hu-
Change in Lecture Dates
Attention is called to the part that
the two lectures arranged for 5 V'-
clock on July 9 and 10 have been re-
versed., Prof. C. F. Meek, superin
tendent of schools, Toledo, will lec-
ture on Teachers' Participation in
School Policies, at 5 o'clock, Monday.
Tuesday, Prof. A. F. Shull will leg-
ture on "The Status of Evolution".
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