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April 01, 1921 - Image 5

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ibl What's in a Name?

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ever try TUTTLE'S
when you wanted a
nice lunch?
Conveniently located just one-
half block south of the "Mai"

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $626,000.00
Resources ......... ,OO000,0.O
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

"A more sportsmanlike group than
the English newspaper men you can-
not find anywhere," said W. T. Tilden,
champion tennis player of the world,
in a recent speech at Harvard univer-
sity, in which he told of his recent trip
to England and Australia with the
American tennis team. "The most
sportsmanlike feeling was exhibited to
the American team. In no place did
I find anything but the most cordial
feeling toward America."

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DRi I IN flbuV~lIVfi f
CONDITION IN IREUl
^G,000 WORD REPORT 18'
AFTER PUBLIC
HEARIGS
(By Associated Press)
Washington, March 31-Moral
sponsibility for the present diso:
in Ireland is placed upon the BI
government by the CommissiOn o
Committee of One Hundred inve
ing the Irih question in a 30,00-
report made public today and c
ing the examination of witnesse
public hearings held by the con
sion in Washington last Novei
December and January.
Under Dsadantage
Declaring that the Commission
"under the disadvantage of lackin
official British side of the case" e
as it was gathered from docu
presented to it, the report dec
that "the imperial British arn
Ireland has been guilty of prove
ceases, not incomparable in d
and kind with those alleged, b:
Bryce report on Belgium Atro<
to have been committed by th
perial German' army." TheT
Commission, it is pointed out,
similarly handicapped.
Witnesses Testify
Thirty-eight witnesses of al
atrocities including 18 Irish, 18
Ican and two English citizens
fled before the commission. The
mission admits that its report
parte in spite of its efforts to he
sides. The testimony available
report says, gives the case ther
almost Wholly from the Irish r
lican or Sinn Fein viewpoint or
sources not unsympathetic to 11±
plication of the principle of sE
termination to Ireland." The 1
Unionist viewpoint and that o
British authorities in Ireland, tb
port says, were n9t repres
among the witnesses. \
Deprived of Rights
Summing up its conlusions
hearing all the testimony, the
mission finds "that the Irish r
are deprived of the protection of
ish law, to which they would I
titled as subjects of the British
They are likewise deprived .1
moral protection granted by in
tional law, to which they wo
entitled as belligerents.
DR E. F. BARKER TO SPEAK
CONSTITUTION OF A
"Recent Developments in Ou
tions of the Constitution of M
will be the subject of a paper to
livered by Dr. E. F. Barker al
o'clock this afternoon in west p
lecture room.
Dr. Barker is a fellow of t
tional Research council and is
ing on his research work here,
work that he is doing is alor
line of ascertaining more near
true constitution of matter an
paper, will reveal the results
recent discoveries.
In order to make the paper:
gible to a greater number, it ha
promised that the language 'us
be strictly non-technical.
Admission to this lecture, wl
one on the Physics and Che
conference program, will be by
only but any student may ob
ticket at Registrar Hail's offie
Kentucky Club to Dance Toi

The Kentucky Club will gi'
first dance it has held this
year, tonight in Barbour gymn
All members of the organizatic
have not yet obtained tickets f
dance may get them at the door
calling George Gardner, '21.
A SHORTER
SHORTHAND SYSTEM
IN TEN EASY LESSONS
This course covers ten easy1
which will enable the Student
fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Law~
anyone seeking a professional
to go thru life with 100 per ce
ciency.
TIS COURSEI
Is short and inexpensive,
given with a money back gui
if not satisfied.
Send This Clipping Todai
Pyramid Press: Publishers
1416 Broadway,
N4ew York City
Gentlemen:-Enclosed here
is' $5.00 for which kindly
me your shorthand cours(
ten easy lessons by mail.
understood that at the en
five days, I am not satisfied
money will be gladly refun
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