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WVJoSJA1X, JANUARY10, 2" THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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U T ATE Y Chicago.ngr BA
Plans Long Span
PROPOSEDLAND CENTER~ Is CHOSENBY CERCI
HINSDALE STATES ISLE ROYALE i1PLAY BY SCRIBE AND ILEGOUVE
SHOULD BE USED FOR WILL BE PRESENTED IN
EXPLORATION ANNUAL SHOW
"Isle Royale, at least certain parts "Bataille de Dames" is the title ofI
of it, should be under state control if a play by Scribe and Legouve which;
for no other reason than the archaeo- r : .:r". has been chosen as the 1923 presen-f
logical importance that is attached tc ..,''"};:tation of the Ciscle Francaise. It is
it," is the attitude taken by Prof. a comedy of intrigue and is in a light-
Wilbert B. Hinsdale of the archaeo- r.er vein than many of the society's
logical department towards the pro- ,previous performances Anthony J.
posed purchase of Isle Royale as a re- ...r r°Jobin of the engineering french de-
creation center by the state. Profes- artment, will direct it.
sor Hinsdale points ou, :n referring to Scribe one of the collaborators, is
the ancient copper mines which are !aid to be the most prolific writer in
so numerous in this district and which .he history of French literature. His
date back to pre-historic times, that s work covers a number of fields, but
here is a wide and varied field for re- r eas a writer of comedies of intrigue he
search work of an archaeological na- s perhaps best known. Beginning to
ture, which would bring to light the write at an early age, because f the
customs and daily life of the earliest lpopular character of his work, ho
inhabitants of this country. So im- arly achieved a tremendous success.
portant has this type of work become J. B. Strauss with his Golien Gate In addition to his work as a play-
that nearly all the states of the coun- bridge plans right, Scribe is known also as a writ-
try are buylng nnd setting aside hun- J. B. Strauss, one of Chicago's best er of vaudeville skits, novels, tales,
dreds. of acres of land for research "no-Lxvnwn civil engineers, recently made farces and librettos. Although much
purposes alone. public his plans for a bridge across of his work has been discredited by
It is Professor Hinsdale's belief the Golden Gate at San Francisco: critics as not being of artistic merit.
that the whole field of Isle Royale The plans were drawn by Strauss he is acknowledged to have no peer;
should be scientifidally surveyed and working in conjunctioqn with the Fris- in the matter of stage technique. j
excavated. "The ancient mines do not co city engineer. For a long time the M. Legouve, the other collaborator,
cover the whole of the island, never- project was looked upon as a wild is also a playright of note, having
theless they are miles in extent and of flight"of imagination, but recent ad- been at .one time senior member of
untold importance to those interested vances in bridge design and engineer. the French Academy. His particularI
in :primative cultures and history," ing now have made the project feasi--! merit lies in the almost feminine deli-
said the professor. "At least this part ble. cacy of treatment which he imparts
of the island should be purchased at to all of his writings. In the four
once and should not be allowed to up one of the references listed above plays in which he collaborated with
wait until the disputed recreation before going to Wineberg's coliseum. Scribe, of which "Bataille de Dames"
center question has been settled." jis the best known, he has succeeded in
FOUR EXTENSION empering the cruder character of the
g g t [gg| gLECTURES GIVENr
WARM WEATHER HINDERSLETRSGVN
C[n HCKY PR ClC' We Use the Most Approved
Four University Extension lectures System of Teaching
UU Uwere given in the state yesterday by B LR M DACN
jmembers of the faculty. Prof. John L. ] ,LSEY'S DANCE STUDIOS
Inclement weather has caused the Brumm, of the journalism departnnt,
ice at Wineberg's coliseum to los addressed the Bay City Art c:ub. '

latter's writing with a fineness and expenditures should be halted, for the creamery this evening. The creamer')
delicacy that places them among the next two years, at least. !which will be located at the corner
best examples of light comedy in "The Manufacturers' association be- of First and Liberty streets will bo
French literature. lieves in the state administrative board | a joint plant of the Electropure cor-
and will use its best efforts to combat I poration of Detroit.
any move in the present legislature
toward abolishing or weakening that Many Rescued From Liner
SROESBEC('S HORN IALR ;bad I a ie h saetena
boad. t hs gventhestae te nar- Havana, Jan. 9.-(By A. P.)-Threo
est approach to a business government hundredand twenty-three assengrs
P 1 ! L llN Ithat Michigan ever enjoyed and should
be continued. We believe that central'from the German trans-Atlantic liner
control of the state's business should Hoilsatia which is stranded on a sand
1IC1IGA MANUFACTURERS'ISbe . strengthened." I
S_.IATION STRESS EXPEN.
DITUiE CUT Food Chemist to Open Creamery
Dr. Floyd W. Robinson, food chem-
(BjsscatdPrs)ist of Detroit, will talk on the electro--
'DetrotyJn Asot Ales. G pure process of treating milk at the
Detroit, Jan. 9.-Gov. Alex. J. Groes-.:opening of the Wurster electropure.
«h r '~ nr n c l fn a fii l inan ia l _____

Uec-s proposa or a sca nanca
policy for the state as outlined recent-
ly in his message to the 52nd legisla-
ture, is endorsed heartily by the Mich-
igan Manufacturers' association, ac-
cording to John L. Lovett, executive
secretary of the association.
"It is time that Michigan, as a state,
F learned that the war is over and that
war time extravagance in the matter
' of state expenditures must cease,"
Mr. Lovett said. "The state should be
put on a sound business basis. It
should know in advance just how much
is to be spent for each improvement
and should be applied to highway con-
struction. as well as to state insti-
tutional building programs.
"During the war there was a craze
to spend money on the part of indiv-
iduals and governments alike. The in-
dividual has stopped the waste so far
as his own expenditures are concern-
ed. What the manufacturers desire
is that the state adopt the same policy
and get down to the pre-war levels,
so far as possible. Excessive state
Fresh Shipment of
Ayres & Smith
CAPS
DONALDSON'S
224 SOUTH STATE

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the senior engineers was called off health service, talked on "The Health
last night due to -the softness of the of the School Child," before the Par-
ice,,.and it is important that all ent-Teachers' association at Alillington.
teams should call, up either Wine- Prof. Calvin 0. Davis, of the depart-
berg's coliseum, 30897R, Method, 783, ment of secondary education, gave the
or the Intramural office, 2268, to as- third of a series of six Extension lec-
certain whether or not the ice is fit tures at Rogers before the Parent-
to p'!ay on, for the scheduled practic- Teachers' association on "Adolescense
es may he called off with notice if and Its Educational Significance."
warm weather continues to stay.
It is desirous to .repeat that all BATES ATTENDS MEETIN(G OF
of the men 'on'the teams should re- LAW IMPROVEMrENT COMMITTEE.
port promptly at their scheduled
practice hour, .because plans must be Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law

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followed and an absence only hinders
the advancement of the entire team.
Practice sessions for the remainder
of the week as -announced in the In-,
tramural column will remain intact
unless the ice becomes rotten again.'
Men intending to practice should call

school, leaves today for New Yor,:
where he will attend a meeting of the
commit tee on the establishmeit of a
peimanent organization for the im-
prcvement of the law. Elihu Root is
chairman of the committee whi&- is
composed of many of the most prom in-
ni Ia yrs in the country.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
and Co. State Street.-Adv.

FOR THE "HOP
NEW SHIPMENT
-OF-
IMPORTED
DRESS WORSTEDS
FOR
TU X E DOS
Arthur F. Marquardt
TAILORING - MEN'S FURNISHINGS
608 EAST LIBERTY

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New Tuxedos for rental purposes.
Wild and Compaiy.-Adv.

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