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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Students Desire Work for Holidays holidays. Mrs. Mary L. Stewart, in
Seventy students have made appli- charge of the bureau, states that few
cation to the student Employment inquiries have been received from con-
bureau for work during the Christmas. cerns in Ann Arbor for student help.

GRIME CHANGE NOT'DUE
TO ANYONECAISUSE-OO
GREAT INCREASE CAN NOT BE
CAUSED BY ABOLITION OF
CAPITAL PENALTY

P~RESSORS TO ATTEND
SC6IENTIFICCONFERENCE
SEVERAL MEMBERS OF FACULTY
WILL PRESENT
PAPERS

K-nsas City, Missouri, where he will
attend a convention of the National
Soelty for Vocational Education that
convenes there on Jan. 5, 6, and 7.
Professor Myers has been selected
as chairman of the teacher training

section and is directly in charge o
arranging the program for that group
He has also been asked to take par
in the discussions 'of other sections
Professor Myers will not return tc
Ann Arbor until Jan. 8.

MILK

CREAM

THE GUARDIAN OF YOUR
HEALTH

What You Can Give

"I do not think that we can justly Several members of the University
attribute an increase or decrease in faculty will be present at the annual
crime to any one specific cause," de- meeting of the American Association
clared Prof. Arthur E. Wood, of the
sociology department, when he was for the Advancement of Science to be
asked yesterday if he agreed with the held this year at Toronto, Canada,
statement made by Charles S. Whit- Dec. 27 to 30.
men, former governor of New York Among those attending the meeting
state, who spoke here last Friday, to are Prof. B. M. Davis, H. H. Bartlett.
the effect that if capital punishment J. H. Ehlers, C. D. LaRue, and F. C.
were abolished in that state, crime Newcombe of the botany department,
would increase 50 per cent. while from the zoology faculty there
The abolition or the introduction will be Prof. A. F. Shull, P. S. Welch
of capital punishment in any state L. V. Heilbrunn, P. O. Okkelberg, and
may have some effect on the crime Mr. C. L. Hubbs and Mr. L. E. Thatch-
situation, but that this alone could be er.
responsible for any definite increase As president of the American So-
is inconsistent with statistics com- c.iety of Naturalists, Prof. Davis has
piled to showsthe relative importance ^nnounfed as the subject of his an-
of economic, social and psychological nual address, "Species, Pure and Im-
causes which lead to crime, said Pro- pure." Other men of the University
fessor Wood. - faculty who will present papers are
Asked whether he favored execu- 'rofs. Sihuil, Welch, Heilbrunn, La
tive clemency for prisoners serving Rie and Mr. Hubbs.
sentences for serious crimes, he stat- It is the desire of the association
ed that this is a prerogative which to make the affair an international
shou'd be exercised only on rare oc- one and to this end have invited Wil-
casions and should be made the ex- iam Bateson, the famous British au-
ception rather than the rule. Instead, ,l'ority on heredity to attend and to
sad Professor Wood. a wider and give several addresses. Members
more extensive use of the probation from Mexico and the South American
system should be instituted. countries are also expected.

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STATE IGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC
ASSOCIATfON ELECTS OFFICERS
Officers were elected and policies
discussed at the meeting of the State
High School Athletic association on
I December 9 in Lansing.
Principal B. S. Rivett of the De-
troit Northwestern high school was
selected to fill the position of presi-
dent. Principals J. D. Gilbert, of
Grand Rapids Union, N. B. Sloan, of
Bay City Eastern, and L. L. Forsythe,
of Ann Arb r, were elected to the
Board of Conll.
A resolution was passed calling on
the board of control to enforce the
eligibility rules in high schools
throughout the state with the greater
severity, to the extent of barring cer-
taro schools from participation If
necessary. It was also suggested to
the board that the rules be amended
so as to prevent athletes from chang-
ing from one school to another mere-
'y for athletic gain.
MICHIGAN STUDENTS INVITED
TO ILLIM CHICAGO DANCE
.Michigan students who are spend-
ing their holidays in Chicago hav
been extended an invitation to attend
the Illini dance at the hotel La Sal e
on Dec. 31. Two of the hotel ball
rooms on the nineteenth floor will be
utilized for the function and the com-
mittee in charge of the affair reports
that it has obtained two of the bes
dance orchestras in Chicago. Ticketf-
will be on sale at the hotel La Sale
at $3.50 per couple.
ahr's university Bookstore is ope
jvenings unt iChristnias. -Adv
Bar yoir class toques from Daiiy
lvertisezrs.--Artv.

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PROFESSS P YEJIS LAVES
TO ATTEND NATIONAL MEET
Prof. George E. Myers, of the de-
partment of vocational education, is
leaving on- Tuesday, Dec. 27, for
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TAKE IN the Sisson
during your Holidays!
Greatest place to dance
in Chicago-every Wed.
"esd ay and Saturday.
You meet all the old
friends ai the Sisson in
Chicado.
Dinner including dancing $1.50
The famous
Sisson Society Syncapators
Lake Michigan at Fifty-third Strbet
5ffsunon

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May all the joys of the
season and all the hrp-
piness in the world be
yours this Xmas time.
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