BURNING OF ROME CARE OF CHILDREN
PURELY ACCIDENT Uftomen COMMUNITY'S DUTY
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Christians who were thrown to the The Women's League had a dance done for the physical environment of
and card party yesterday afternoon at the child.
beasts or used as torches to light the Barbour gym.
Nero's garden. After the beheading of In regard to the spiritual and ethi And Supplies
Paul, his body was buried in the gar- D. Springer Spends Week at Whitmore cal environment, not very much has
den of a Christian woman. A little Durand Springer, of the National been done, excepting in the social set-
chapel was built over his grave and Educational Society, is spending his tlements by pageants, and by play-
later there arose over his tomb the vacation with his family at Whitmore grounds and parks. New social group-
most famous of all churches. Peter, Lake.ls been made around the in- s
because of his leadership, was cruci- ings have Students' Bookstore
fled. His body was buried by his fol- Medical School .Closes Session Today terests of the child by social psychol- NEW MANAGEMENT
lowers and over his tomb was built a The summer session of the Medical ogy. We are beginning to project the
succession of edifices which finally Schol closed yesterday. This depart- play impulse into the child's school
culminated in St. Peter's Church ment is out earlier than the other de- life
which, according to American valua- parments, as the semester lasts only CAMP"r1 DIS COOK RENDERED PICTURESQUE MACKINAC
tions, is worth $100,000,000 in struc- six weeks. socialattitudes, acco s HORS DE t oSTOE BY FLASH e Famous Summer Resort of the
ture and furnishings.sg to psychol- North Country
gy. In this new regulation of educa-
Professor Kelsey illustrated his lec- Up-State Boy Takes Pasteur Treatment o, this n reuldtis ofpeuca Donner und Blitzen! This was un-
ture with slides depicting the martyr- Vein errier, 1 years of age, of t hr sateedu potnt ece ortmswel yD
domofthsewoaoslep snthemartyr-wo rto develop subconscious memories- doubtedly the essence of thought if C. Line Steamers operating between
dom of the two apostles and the two North Branch, has been in Ann Arbor substituting new values for old values not the actual words of Wilbur Seelye, Toledo, Detroit and Coast Line Ports.
great churches that arose over their for 17 days taking the Pasteur treat- -and the constructive values for the Ann Arbor high school senior and as- This is the ideal spot for recreation
tombs. ment for rabies. destructive values in the minds of sistant cook at Camp Davis, when and rest. Delightful side trips to the
children. lightning struck near the cook's ttnt "Soo" and Snow Islands. Hotels and
"Man has been controlling the ma the other morning. Wilbur, who was Boarding Houses at reasonable rates.
r ..., 1terial and physical forces rather than bendg over the dishwashing machine Send two cent stamp for illustrated
those violent forces which lie inside at the time, was knocked to the floor pamphlet and Great Lakes Map, giv-
I of his nature. That is the reason we 'by the shock and rendered hors de lug time tables, rates, etc. Address
have war. combat for an hour. He has fully re- D. & C. LAKE LtNES
"In 1899 the first juvenile court law covered, however, and says that the Dept. M.
was passed in Illinois; it was the first only result was to give him more
in America. Children had been thrown "pep", Any way the University flag-
into prison along with adult offenders. pole is not the only thing favored. Patronize Wolverine Advertisers.
a.na, wamhas~""*-- It was the community that was being .
arraigned every time a child was
-~brought into the juvenile court.
w "Then the Juvenile Protective ATso-
Scenc, t-tl Y ' w e ciation was formed to reduce te num- "IT'S OUR WORK THAT COUNTS"
e beC r sher of children who came into court
100 Mile Daylight Round Trip to Wallaceburg by eliminating the conditions that
n~a~at-aathc~y-cct5httsd~heen'~sc~t ~dsd ~ndo ~brought thenm there. Clinics were held, That's the reasoos we have built
Drop Care-banish worry-come with as and be happy on the mot wonderful one day journey on bruhtentee.CicswehldT a'sheeso we av Lbit.
the aes, through windig river.., swift channels,. green shaded, wave washed shores. interesting and in many cases the children wererenw
Indian viages-tere's variety each instant throughout the trip. fu d t e s b o m lO eecie
ladh ,l~g..-htttstattis tec cass i5csg5,5 o opfound to be suhormal or defective.upsc abuies nor
Real Romance . Staunch Steamer Some came on account of economic
Thsuesthrogheh .iRound Trp Fares vTelcottisasturdy steame-ar Fi s -
Clai.Shcanl.,throg From Detroit of ample capacity for this route. conditions. The people in charge madePriewtpnyate'hirnFhnhehono
the la. St. Chit t er. tart Week v75c ido , t 5, nt od deck sp their nnds that there should not
Carte (the tatt channel) a ad M'tc aairs on three good decks. be such a thing, that it was not nor-
Sydeham River. Senaun- 1 dk 'womcabonsamedck o mal, as a child criminal." D epartm ent
Theearlyincidetstofdiscovery days with maid in constantattendance. Mrs. Thomas then spoke of the un-
and settlement of this Indian Holidays $1.00 serve-seicunch counter. Alo
auatrypresent contnsal charm oa Is family styln, in speakably bad conditions, from a phy-
o the traveler. dining roc, 71. sical and sanitary standpoint, of the
TIME TABLE (Daily except Mondays) Eastern Time moving-picture theaters. "No censor
Lave Dtrit .- - o9:0 A. M. ILeasa Wfatsaa..a- .3:15P.M. mois-ctrthae."N cno-
Leavleea d - n 12:5 P. M. LeaWitatae. - ata0P.M. ship had been carried on, so an ordi-
ea a aePbMrag seva.. Aa tantt . . e:a5PM. nance was passed demanding certain D A IN E S S pN IC K ELd
DETROIT - WiALLA EsURG STEAMSHIP LINE physical conditions and a censorship.
D Eo-.Wnaot a,,neS..-A . oh EAu , Hw'lP., a L. DE ockOne of the first things that called our "The only Studio on the Campus"
H. a. s. SMI Mnge o iyn,5 51 h, k 5s 5. t t ', T &TcketAg attention was the housebreaking of
boys, and we found that they had taken
the idea of becoming burglars from
- UTT-E'S COUSINS-&HALL lethe moving-picture theaters. After The Farmers& Mechanics Bank USTON BROS
TEUHcensorship was established, the num-
.1.VUN C lH R 00 M I'or~te hber of theaters showing moving-pic- South Main Street i State Street Office The Finest Billiard Room in the State
tures was reduced from 405 to 298.." Corner Huron 330 So.State St. CIGARS AND CANDY
LVNCHES and SODAS 1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. "We owe the child a normal and de- - -
338 SO. STATE STREET Both PhonesIt5 AnnArbor, Mich. cent environment," said the speaker, A 000l STRONG BANK WITH EVERY BANKING NEED "We Try to Treat You Right
n conclusion. "It must be very defi-
nitely and conservatively differentiated ___
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from the environment of the jungle
PRESIDENT HUTCHINS AND DEAN
VAUGHAN BOOST IN THE EAST
Two of the University's most popu-
lar men have given perhaps one of the
best boosts for Michigan in the past
fortnight, in which President Harry
B. Hutchins gave a snappy speech at
Plattsburg, which won the favor of the
several thousands of students and
business men encamped there. Dean
Victor C. Vaughan of the Medical
School, has also been before the east-,
ern part of the nation, by being onoe
of the special commission to investi-
gate the infantile paralysis plague in
New York City. The Dean tells of a
conference with the health authorities
of the great Manhattan metropolis, and
how no remedy at present could be
found. The. best thing to do, accord-
ing to Dr. Vaughan, is probably to
isolate all cases.
President Hutchins also appeared
prominently in Detroit papers when
he had. a remarkable interview with
Charles Evans Hughes, who greatly
lauded the University President, and
said that when Dean of Law at Cor-
nell, Dr. Hutchins was supremely
able. Hughes added that the two
years that he spent under Dean
ihr's Hutchins were the two most enjoy-
able years of his life.
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