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z afternoon, Dec. 27, on "LandEcn!
ENs1 1 PA omics as a Fieldof Inquiry and Its
E but, J. B. Kincer, Ui. L. Shantz, and;
COM VEN IU11 H RE, i0. F. Baker, all in 'government re-i.
search work 'in Washington, will also
speak on various aspects of land ec-
onoiis. At 8 o'clock the same day, a
flhIDftI~ uarii1111 round table onf various aspects of land
VU1Ii~O VIUIIIU IIroun~d table on "Problems in Land
_______Utilization" will be held.
ReetWlim? jmnsWl 1EO LQCJST AND1) :0U.l'AAPERS place 'a number of hiss rare maps on
TO HOILD J0)I1, MIf I N(l~f display for the inspection of the dele-
D-F 64 gates attend ing the Convention.
-E Prof. Louis Karpinski, of t>e nmathe-
MANYFAC LTYMEM ERSmatics department, Prof. C. 0. Sauer, I
ADDESESand Prof. K. C. McllIurry, both of the .
WILL GI'VEAD R SE geography department, will present"
papers at. the geographical convention.j
If ctt:ioii of hny(rent Prbldems
iSo MUST EXPAND NATY
Geologists and geographers from all'
parts of -the country, ilc ludiung thoe Ne MEET FOEG PLANS'
England states, Texas, Oklahoma, Cal-
ifornia, and Caniadah,i,,l1 attend the
joint convention o the Geological So- OpTIfIREEDY IS' 7EXTEN!slI r OF
ciety of America and the Association L1MIta'TIQ241TRIEATY i
of American Geographers, to be held '?lv,1N1
here De..2N to 30), inclusive. The two,3
organizations will be almost entirely,
inplepfndent' of one another, and will (By' Associated Press)
hold seuarate sessions. It is estiima'L-Nl Washington, Dec. 13.-Blunt notice;
that more than x;25 delegates will at- 1 that the United States cannot avoid a!I

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E T. T'RE THIIATERS I
I Arcade-Oscar Wilde's "A Wo- I
inau of No Jmportance;" and (1
the Le.e Kids in "DoubleIt
Trouble.".
Majestic-George Melford's pro-
duction, "Lorna Dobne," for
Ulniversity of Michigan Le ague I
{ bentefit.t
IOrpheum-Bert Lytehl in "S her-n
lock Br-own;" :comedy and f{
newS.I
IWu~rth- Tom Mix in "Just j
Tony;" comedy and news fea- I
ture. II
1 arick--Wiliam Courteraay i.
"T~ier Temporary Huisbanid."
Shubiert - Micehi %~n - D fltelle j
comnppany ]n ' Midn uStr-eet"
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Cout's Rling n
Liquor Violations
Washington, .Dec. 13.-As a result of
the Supr'eme Court ruling Monday
that a man convicted in the state
court for vioh.tMan of ;the {prohbibition
act may be re-arrested 'and tried for
the same offense in the fed'eral court,
Representative Brennan, Republican,
MNichigan, introdluced a bill today pro-
viding that liquor violations may tej
prosecuted in either the state 'or fed-1
eral courts, bout' not in both.

In a statement explaining his bill "' -
M4r. Brennan said, "One of the chief '
causes of the utter failure" of the Vol-.
stead act has been "the frenzied and
till-advised efforts of fanatics, and
now" he 'added, "a, weapon of fanat-
icism is placed in their hands, doable
prosecution and double penalties for
one offense." !

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fend the joint convention, new naval, program;Jni.swift cruisers New Tuxedo Suits for IeRintal. 11ild
Both societies meet yearly,. but this and fleet submarines unless treaty and Co. State Street.-Adv.
is the first time that 'the medting has regulations are extended to such n --
been held in Ann Arbor, the usual cus- craft was served 'by the *house a'pro-, New 'ltedlo Suits for Rental. WIiI
torn being 'to have the convention at priation committee today, In repor~t- and Co. State Street : .4v.
one or the eaisternr colleges. Prof. W. F. ing the $2ip3,806,58 Naval appropria-
Hunt, of the geology department, states ion bill. A six ine provision put i
that the U~niversity is especially for- the bill by the committee requested
tuate in securing the convayitiozi this !President H~ardinig to 'negotiate with
year, since in the na, t when a western! Great Britain, France-,' Japan, and -
(college was sceoted .Is "a Meeting I Italy, for such an etension. of tlre
place, a collego in one of the licrger treaty, limitation. of aircraft to he n
cities was usually ehosen. eluded.
Opens I.)", 241 The comumittee said lai ge cruise~r Kcnu(2ky Egg and Lump
On D~ec, 26, the opening date of the; and suibinarine pirograras were plan-
convention, a meetiing of the National ned abroad, adding; PocahbnL s
Assciawtion of (leagraphy Teachers, I"In other words, competition is an 11BEDEIATE
a:n organization of geogr nhy teachers; again in the single directidn to wh':ich
in high schools and normal16 schools,{ the unratified agreemnent (the Wash- COMMON ANE
will he held.i ington naval treaty) doces not ex- -,
S3everal of the nro gramns of the geo- stound, and if 'it be allowed to go :un-
ogyconvention 11-e drawing a numrY checked the purseestrings again must r o ~ W
er of m nen from m i. ing companies in, be relax.ed, and this government, like 1OE I
N orthern _Michigan, thle rmost notable all others, will be :constrained to Pf g
among these'being a s;ymposiumr on the launch a new program to toe, extent -Ofc ~&
geology of the cooper r o,_k3 of Mvichi-I necessary to keep us at least gbreaiat"
gan1 heldl in conjunction with the Sod!-1 of any of the other polders."

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Pty of Economic Geologist,~, on Friday--._ ___
afternoon, Dec. 29, in Dill auditorium Western Studlents Flan Dante
Mrost of the delegates, lio~ever. are 'Westerners of the University havo,
connected with universities or' with re- arranged an All-canlpus tdance to take
Search organizations.( place in Barbour gyminium onl Wed-y
Sessions in both- branches of -the nesday, Dec. 20. The dance is open to
convYention will be held mornings andi all students *ho are remnaining in Ann
afternoons, r;ith thne evenings 'largely j Arbor (luring the holidays. T'ickets
open for amusement. Thuirsday even-' can be nirocured from Grahlams' book-
ing the delegates will 'be the guests of store andi at the main diesk at "the ' f.
the Regents at a smroker. ion.
Several pro ramis--nd 'paners of the Upon presenting 'ticket 3551 at the'
geological mneetilug are of particular' Arcade Barber Shlop, 'the Christmnas
Interest. On Thl rsday afternoon, Dec. E watch will be given'to Marvin Jones.
28, in :Hill auditorium, a symposim -.adv.
on mountains and mountwin building I
will be held. Seven pap.lers;on v Trious SHUSERT flghts 50.7541 .60
phases of thne subject -xill he lpresent- anI OH IA N P.Mats. tue...1mu. I
(41. Among -the 5*ne: keyes on this pro- O000*1e t.adillac Het. U dl 77610
;'rant is iPr I. W.lliam . THobbs, of THE 1BOWSTE L CO.',
th elg ea~et.I MLI EI'Dr. ('harles Schu-crt,.of Yale uni- .MAIN STREET"
versity,, nresidcnt of the Geological ;First 'rime in Detivoit
Society of America, will address the
g>calogical abctiosn Thursday nirnin . IG'ARRICK Nigts: - ic to 2.eo
Decc. 28. His subjctt will be "The n Site c t . Mae. 5Octo 11.5~
..and Nature of the NrhAirc m CNu~'~u~
{; esyncln sIn thke Three-Act Gale o! Laghter
Four fac ulty members appear on the "H r e po6y6f~bd
r ogra{m of the geological convention. 3OHr Tem. C st ey Fraze T ntr w N
Pro °. Frank Leverett, Prof. I. D. Scott,
1Prof. W. 1-I. Hobbs, and Prof. C. W.
Cock, all of the geology department,LI91El
are on 'this branch-of the program._
*To Dolove -ationial Leaders
Among the muen on the geographicalLO1XxNE '
econvention r,rogranm is Dr. Richard T.
111,y, hiead of the political economny de- ,-,RCEL
par~nment of the University of Wiscon-
,.in, who will deliver a talk Wednesday D ]ELIX/ERY,
U~pon presenting ticket# 3651 at the ! I
Arcade Barbee' Shope, the Christmasl
watch Will be given to Marvin Jones. I
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Remember 445 Huron Street Taxi ,
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DEPENDABLE . AND CONVENIENT
TRAIN SERVIC1E
For accoinmodatloit of. mtuirnfi s 'tudent.; Fria ay,. liecemnxwr 1,-)01
account Christmas Viaentiou follom-ig train service
nn Arbor to Toledo 'i111 rel'nil:
Lv. Anu Arbor 1100( A. 1l.(C. '.) w2:Q011. <4:304)-1. M.'T)
.Arr. Toledlo'2:00 P. )i.(I .T.) 5:00 1P. fl".( 1.) 4 "f0 1.)N(.T.)
SP ECIALSERVICE.
In order to protect Toledo coznnectiops a first siection o,' Train No. c54
wlil be ,operate4, leaving Ann~ Arbor 11:10 A. M. (C.. i'.), arriving'
Toledo, 2:00'P. M., ('M 'T.), makimit; no sloips between Ann Arbor and
Toledo.
This Train Will Handle Passcngacrs 'NLY for Toledo
and Pints Beaond
Would suggest lpurchase railroad tie ts. and check . baggage in ad-,
vance, so as to avoid unnecessary delay and confusion at train flti's.
NORTHBOUND 1RAINS
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:10. A..1q.
(C. T.) and 4:41 P. M. (C. T.) respectively connecting with Cra(I'
Trunk, ichigkan Central, Pere Miarqluette, and G. It. & I. for all prin~
'cipaldestinations in lower and uppe, Peninsl la of Michigan.
IN ORDERA TO PROTECT DU;RANI) CONNECTIONS, A FIRST
SECTION OF TRAIN NO. 53 YHL, BE OPE.RATED) LEAVING ANN
ARBOR PROMPTLY A 4:41 .P. Iv. (C. T.), FOR OWOSSQ, AmICH.,
STOPPINCl AT INTERMEDIATE POINTS TO DISCHARGE P'ASSEL-
GERS.
For inforimatin- regardfng Fares, Train Schedules, R,serval on%;.
etc., apply to J. C. Elliott, Ticket Agenit, Ann Ar-bor Station orth.
'undersigned.
E. 'W. Kells, Traveling Passeng(-r. Agnt, w ill be at the Mtiicigan
Union or Ann Arbor Station December -13, 14, and 15 a~nd. will also
be glad to furnisih' any information necessary in connection witi,
above service.
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Comnmercial Agent,
Ann Arbor,. 'Mich.

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Dodge Brothers have been bull
motor cars for olght years and
of polple tare still.drIvItig the
they bought back In 1915. I
lug that you cani buy a Used D
11rothers Motor Car a. ainfosi
stage Of Its life anil still pet i
for dollar In -value p irovided
hi fr6un' the right dcaler.

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".Shout the Glad Tidings,
Exultingly sing,
Jerusalem Triumphs,
Messiah is kaing."

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IIIN iO4 SOUTH
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R*emfwmbgr: A usid car is ohl& qs
gop~d as the firm Ivith Ia'hich yc'u deal

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Of MICHIGAN

AnnArbor Garag ex
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TIhe Heartiest G:reetings
Of the Season

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Thle theory of
saviig is simple
but its employ-
menit-requires
constant deter..
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cardinal charac-
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A Parting Message iv tOur. Frienids Going Home.
Forget school and its petty cares,'
Throwv yourselves into, the spirit of this Christmas,
Make this vacaton one of the happiest of your school career.
To Our F'riend etraining in nn Arbor.
f, in any, way, w can help yrou enjoy the i-Ilidays in Ann Arbor, we
want to do-so.s
We will lx. open until Chr ,tm~s.

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Are mbst cordially imited to th
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r usday et'ei*Iig, Dec. 26th, at,
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