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____ ____ ____ ____ ___SHE MICHIGAN DAIL\

ENCH OBJECTIVES IN MOVEIVNOERCOOKWANTS
TO C LLECT F:RMGE MANY l''WqON FREARgMS-

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CDALENDARS A D DIARIES

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Commissioner of Public Safety Urges
Enactmnit of Law Prohibiting
Concealed Weapons
j BLAMES GITN TOTER FOR
CfflIE RECORD UN ST'ATE
Detroit, Jan. 11-(By A.P.)-Colonelj
Roy C. Vandercook, commissioner orf
public safety, and as such head of tbi
Mlichigan :State Police organization, is
~~mhaicin his demand for new kilaw,
5cur; the carrying of concealed
in Mel-ji-an.
? ine work of tbe-various' polic'
:lepartments of tlhe state, it is pointeO
out, crimes of armed men have taken
"le' lead in recent years. Among the
serious crimes there probably arc
more cases of robbery by armed per-
sons than 6f all others put together.
Wants Stringent LawE
Colonel Vandercook desires that the
'm s prohibiting carrying of weapons '
be strengthened considerably. He de-
!,e-s that until the state has a law
k itb decidedly sharp teeth police de-

OFFICE SUPPLIES IN GENERAL

W. A H S UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

WE~EL "9 J4AMM
o' s MAVENCE

Abov'e, blydseye 'vtew of Essen, mapr showlng location dand approxiniate arie of Iuhi' valley, and )Marshial Foci
Acting in the name of France, Bel- gium uad Italy, three divisions 'cof rencli troops cnr.terqld Essen, tho
heart of the Ruhir valley industrial i.istzrict, yesterday. With the French .roops wasa small Belgian contin-
gen~t. 'The French troops advancedi from Dusseldorf and Duislburg, anudwere joined by the Belgians at Mul-
hein.. 1-7til last night, the invasion was bloodless, though the population viewed the invaders' sullenly.

rnnot hope to cope with
crimes committed by armed men.
. present Michigan law limits the
>;ale of firearms by recognized dealers
in that persons desiring to purchase
arms must present permits signed by
either the chief of police or the skier-
irf ^f his county. Colonel Vandercook
declares this law does not go faI
enough, contending there is nothing to*
give the officers any information as.
to when a firearm passes from the
,Pands of its original owner, either by
lss, gift:, theft or sale.!J
jr Would Register All Weapons
"What the state needs and musi
have if -the thuggery that is so rcom-
mnon is to be curbed," Colonel Vander-
cook said, "is a law requiring regis-
tration of every gun, revolver or pis-
tol owned. in the state, and making it
a crime for any mnan to have a fire-j
arm in his possession that is not reg-}
jstered."1
He would have such a law go far
enough to forbid circulation of pub-
lications in Michigan that carry ad-
vertisements for then ail order sale of
firearms, citing the rulings that for-
bade newspapers or magazines from
circulating in Michigan previous to
the advent of prohibition if they car-I
ry liquor advertisemnents.
S"Day by day, in, every way, I am'
at your; service", JIMMINI the adl tak-.
or. Call 960,-Adv.
Patrtntle t6 hfIly' Advetisers-A'dv.'

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I n A 1lY nulli sapg s,;IVEi LECTVRS GIVEN.

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Publication in the Bulletin is constru
Ithe University. Copy received, until 3_:
Volume's + FRIDAY, JANTA7
Public Recital-Two Plays:
Members of the class in Play Produc
tation of "Six Who Pass" and "The Exceb
sharp on the stage in University Hall
the pulblic is cordially invited.
Alpha Nu:
The' regular meeting will take place
for thjenid-rest debating team willt
business meeting the nomination of officc
place. 0O Saturday, Jan. 13, all rrenibe
to have their p:,,tares taken for the Mi

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ictive notice to all members of B XESO PA ES
30 v. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday) __
RY 12, 1923 Nunjber 719 Five University Extension lectures
wcere delivered in the state yesterday
4tion will give an informal presen- b ebr rtefcly er
John R. E ffluger, of the literary col-
ange", tonight, Jan. 12, at 3 o'clock
No admission will be charged and ' =, addressed the Teachers club of
Maniteeon "The Modern Value of
R. D. T. HOLLISTER. ,n Education," 1',^f. William D.
---- Penderson, of the Extension depart-
met akdbefore the Twentieth
on Jan. 12 at 7:30. The try outs (Tn 0 ubi21 Detroit on "Dollars
take place at this tiu-1. In the C a r; rse in Education.".
ers for the next semester will take Prof. Calvin. 0. Davis, of the (de-
rs should be at Spedding's Studio t lpartn'ent of secondary education,
ichiganensian at 1:30. ,< g-oe tin firth of a series of lectures1
ELMIER SA1LZMAgN. c,"Aidolescence and its Educational
-- -Sigitiance" before the comhmunitya
the onthof anuay. Al fater iCgueat I1ubblard I_ ake.
themonh o Jauar. Al f~xtr IProf. lexander G. Ruthv en, of
pities, sororities, house clubs, and the zoology dpartmnent, gave an il-
campus organizations must pay for luhs(_ trat or lei uie which was the fifth
their space in the 'Ensian before a iiso' 0lcuesbfr.h
these pictures can be taken. ap- llw ipcu)iDertonTh
pointnments cshouldn betmadeonwiTh
should be mauenwit of a Naturalist in SouthI
photographers direct.

Copyright

All remaining suits
are superb. v Iues at

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We~ Use P lost, ppow
Fresh Shipment of
Ayres .&; Smit
CAPS
DONA LDSON'S
224 SOUTH STATE

the

sale

redluctions!

Hart Schaffner
other fine makes.

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MVarx and

Very special!

WHAIT'S GOING ON
NOTICE--Cony for this column shoud
b. submitted by -5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
FRIDAY
12:00-A. I. E. E. meets at 1Sjddiig's
studio to have group picture taken
for 'Etlnsan.
12:00-Law fLtalhy lunchon lill Un-
Ion.
12:40--Westerniers' club meets at
Spedding's studio to have group pic-
ture taken for '.Ensian.

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$45'50

$3750W

Spedd in 's at 12 o'clock.
ISHINGTON CNFFP
IZEI) JAW INSTITUTE111

George .,,~;Ain, c-f Ihe Latin de-
r hit aled before the Classical
dcprt:cn(of the D~etroit Central

for all suits
formerly price

for- all suits
formerly priced

FLAPPERISM

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rot -. [o to Oven Ileage
('h:--~J, an. II.--Dectroit will bre
1:e ,t :t icn for tlihe opening of tle:
Anicr'~a :a~ue -0;1i at St. Louis;
Chiagoat loveland ; Washington at
U> l-deihk ;and Boston will pry off
the I'd with the Yankees at New:
Yi k lzsid~n t J ohn son announced
Tho ,season wi'1 l)penApril 18, thec
c! : 1y -ic the irational leagrue starts.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

$55

$60

$45

$50

Euna, a society girl, proposes
to George, a street car con-
dun tor -and a married man.
The outcome? "Eugenically
Speaking." See it for your-'
self Tuesday evening at U.
Hall.

$29.50

X24 50

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4:00-Xichigan optic plitograublie NwYrJn 1.Teo-Iz-
and editorial staffs meet at Union. NwYrJn 1-- h raia
0:00-Student coinsn~ttee on aielie tion of an AmericanILaw iii titute''
affairs mieets in room 302, Anion. here today was ac companied by the'
6:00-Union dinner dance In Asseni- announcement that the leading 'law_ -
bly hall, Union.' yers and judges of the nation would,
7:01-St Thomas Young Peoples' he invited to a conference at Wash-
dance in St. Thomas hiall. . ington Feb. 23, to consider revampingj
7:30-Alpha Anu meets in club room.~ state and national i'awS with :a v~ew,
fourth floor, University hall. to eliminating rcognized defects".
8:00--St. Paul's Youlg Pe ples' soci- . rgani atnon of the newv institute
ety meets at 420 Wlest Liberty street # xwas decided upon at a meeting >at,
for sleigh ride. the Harvard club of some 50 lawyers'
8 :00-Play Production class offers tN=Iwo1of prominence.
plays in University hall. A documeint of 1009ages i'cpresert-
N:0--Wesleyan guild sleigh ride. ed1o. report of the inany nonths of
8:30-Annual reception of Tau Beta study of alleged defects of existing
P1iin Barbour gymnasium, laws, was ordered published. The r(-
,8:30--1fobart guild dance at Harrisj port started with the assertion t~il.
hall for members and guests. I "Ther'e is oa general dissatisfac-
____tion, with the administration of jus-
S.1T[.II)_lytice. The feeling of dissatisfaction is
12:0- AxT n onrolofAY ~t not conflued to that radical section.
12:0-Rardin ontol f Atl~('1C5of the community which 'would over-
meets in Union. trweitn
1:00 - Varsity saxlilione sextette trweitn social, economic and;
political institutions. if it wvere we,
meets in room 304, Union. aslyesoudaortogorI.
1:4~Il Vrc~ Itaian mees But the opniion that the law is un-
Rentschler's studio to have picture necessarily uncertain andl camp cx, .
tak~en for 'Ensian.thtmnofisrlsdntwrk
3:00-ColeLriae aumn met i :t- 1well in practice, and that its adrnin-,
sembly hall, Union, I istration often results not' in justice"
6:~-Cogreiatona stdens' ireidebut in injustice, is general among all
chat in Congregational church.. Sub-; classes and among p~ersons of wide-
ject, "What's My Religious Creed." Ily divergent political and social opin-
7:4«i--ewark club meets in room 302 , ions."
Union.

for all

Sult

for allwsits
formerly priced

formerly priced

W~e are Showing
NE W MID-SEASON HATS
in all colors
DANAN RICHARDSON
115 EAST LIBERTY STREET

$37.50

$42350

$30

$35

T HE'R called 'winter, suits but many
are light enough in weight for spring
and early summer wear. Made of the rich-
est fabrics, in newest coloring s. Sports and
conservative styles; two, three and four but-
ton models. Most have extra trousers to
give you double the ordinary wear. At these
slashed prices they're the most phenomenal
clothing values of the year!
A clothing event never equalled !

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Ii NTEL.IG ENT AND INTERESTEDI

you: bank should be sound, accurate and

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U-' OTICES
All class officers mustluhave their vpe-'
tares for the Michiganensian takyen
at once as these must be in the
handls of the engravers this weekz.

efficient. But that is~ not enough.

Banking

A WORD
IN YOUR..EAR!

service to be of the most use to you should
U be also intelligent and interested.

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