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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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S PEAKS ON~epTheir Eyes
19 P0GRSS, Victims" Of

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on American
Chinese Bandits

Safe now in the Senior class.

IV
Where, 0 where are
seniors?
Where, 0 where are
seniors?
Where, 0' where are
seniors?

the grave,
the 'grave,
thle grave+

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Where, 0 wbere are the giddy,
faculty?
old jwhere, 0 where are the giddy,
faculty'?
old, Where, 0' where are. the giddy,
faculty?
Ole Safe now in their trundle beds.

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Kauizcas JcAi4 ee Deles n~tid Itayr
of Normniany Are
Near
JURIST BELIEVES SCIEvr1FIC tI
FACTS SHOULD DICTATE LAWS'
Law is the butlwark 6of progress,r
decla~red Judge Rousseau A IBurch,. ...
18511, justice of the supxreme court of \.''.{r.
hanss in the annual public address'
under the auspices of the order of}..1;r{r
the Coif, honorary law society, yester-},:..r
clay afternoon in room C of the Law ~
building. Judlge Burch spoke on Lawf
and Progress and showed the 'influ- ' ,t.
once of heredity on progress. He is '
a jurist of note and has recently pub-
lished a series of articles on the sub-
Ject of his lecture. w .,. *~
Judge Burch declared that scientific ' "''
facts were superior to the principles rr
induced by modern philosophers as !!. r N r
basis for Iaws. The facts collected t-
by the scientist should dictate the law, Brig.-G~ei. '11 lh:,un 'll.Connuer, C01ts-
hie said. The judge believes the moral D Ir. Jaco~b .. Sebuitwnin, IU. S. Iiin Iian( tig'AiiieriC~iii troops atlIeTit-
earthquake due to the war is subsid- ister to China sin,
ing and that the dlays of normalacy,
arm near..
Historical progress is not individual .Freshn 'en, Learn This.'
but social, and since selection occurs
through the struggle for existence,
struggle is an inevitable result of "Whecre Oh Whiere" the famous Capj They've gone out from Freddie's Eco-
progress, Judge Burchi stated. "Or- Night song will be sung tonight ati nomics,
ganisins of life die or live as- they the conclusion of the' Sleepy Hollow1 Safe now in the Junior class.!
benefit life and, the business of liv-j exercises.' the verses will be sung#
luig maskes law.: Law must adapt it- in order, each class singing its own II
self to life In order to exist." lie respective verse which it is expected? Whero, 0 where are thy; jolly, jolly
said.II to know. The song is as followsjuilors'?
Judge Furch pointed out that idleal Wlieir, 0 where are the jolly, jolly
government was, a delusion of the pes- I uniors?.
sinmist, that sympathy, justice and- X Where, 0 where are the verdant fresh-! Where, 0 where are the jolly, jolly
kindness, as 'advocated by dreamers I nv:ri? I Juniors?
warps the soul, that conflict is in- Where, 0 where are the verdant fresh- jSafe now in the Senior class.
dispensable to progress and Ithat. ,MI/n? hy'egneotfrmWelysjhl
growth and development are the na- W~here, 0 where are the verdantf reshl Te'egneotfo ene' hl
tnra~l result of the law of striving. f nirn? OOh~
"All sciene, art, institutions, all in-! aenoTnth ohooeclmeiy'vo gonxe out from Wtenley's Phil-
ventidns are man's work. Man has os~pliy,
never, been per'manently defeated in! They've 'goneotfmfrhanzit-::,re gone out from Wiien icy's Phil-
his battle for higher t.n s."or' - "l__________________
The Judge was guest of hon~or andThyegoeutrmfehanic-
principal speaker at the~ annual initi- 'one
ation banquet of the Order of the rc
Colf held at 6:15 o'clock yesterday. in They've gone out from freshman Rhet-
t1e Union. Dean 'Henry M. Bates of oric,
the Law school acted as toastmaster.' Safe now in tooe Sophmxor eclam."'
George ,L. Canfield. of the Detroit Bar
Association spelt together with I:I.I-C M N
K .Jamnes, 'M3, and Clyde Morris, '23L' IWhere, 0 where are the gay young T10's Yer's ost Elaborate-
of the 'student'body. I sophxniores? the gaytyoungERentAR
tII~E. Where, 0 where are th gyDAugRTCHARME:
CIII\ESERUG.DISPLAY __ sophmores? T U ES

Students Discuiss Sum-mer campj colgregationallsts to 1Hike
giddy Students who are planning to take Congregational Student's1
the summier field courses in geology -will meet at 5:30 o'clock Sui
giddy; and geography met yesterday after-! at the church, to hike to F.
noon in room G 321 of the Natural farm on GedIdes Ave. Ap
giddy, Scienceo building. Instructions in re-' per will he furnished by 12
g rd to equipment to be taken, and tee in charge, of which Cynt
someC remarks on the general trend of '26, is chairman. Afters
thie camp life wecre made at this time. open air service will be hell
d the l The party will meet pit Somierset, Ken- overlooking the river. The t1
Mucky, on June 17, andl will move from ' discussion will be "The G
rd the there- to the central camp at Mill ture".
Springs.-
id the I Girs--If you are Interest
100 engraved calling cards from' ing this summer. Call 3221
your plate $1.75 uip. Froin new plate --
$3.00 up. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickels' Look over the values in
r. Arcade.-Adv. 'fleds.--Adv.

Safe now in the wide, wide world.
They've gone out from their Alma Ma-
terI
They've gone out from their Alma MVa-
ter,
They've gone out from 'their Alma MNa-
ter,I
Safe now in the wid%, wide world.

I rtey'v~e gone ort
E Orient,
They've gone out
Orient,
They've gone out
Orient,
Safe now in their

from Joe's an
:from Joe's an
from Joe's an
trundle beds.

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Mrs. "I'errick is displaying somet Where, 0 where are the gay
I wonderful hand-nmade. Chines^ rugs! sohmiores?.
this week at the H'-andicraft Furniture, Safe' now in the Junior class.
Co. on Liberty St. While living in'
> China Mrs. AMerrick , iade a- special The'vegone out front Freddie
jstudy of rug maktingandkI)roUght-home j.. 11 .s,5'~~
I some beatithl'sainples of 'this.'Cin- ; They've gone oiat from Freddie
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the most popular sits
for goring mizzenthis
spring. Itere's one of a
righ gray mixtgire. $10.

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New color~s
Golf Hose
~'VEN if you don't
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wear golf hose, for the're
used. this season for hiking
and, other activities that
demand knickers. Plain
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