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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

TI

COAT GURDSEKN
'A or11i;ha beeni receiv ed from thiq;
Detrit o(iC): of(Jthe United States
Coat:guard that compiletitiv~e exam-
ination"_s for the adm'.131ision of engineer-
ing grad.Cuacteto the United States
CoastGura amy wmill be Iheld in'
Detrp it soetime uin:t'(,g April. This
_ if1ication is se4 at tia-,advyance so'
that prospectime _applicants Imay have
time to r'eview the csubjects given on
exanaion ' Ul. ;'. ri{± engineers. are
need , and may ( . 'al, be selected fron
one lo cality Ai;_ hy make the best
before r i 11<rn ep ,? (ri ;in -.1
p] icairnblh]( f3°o thoeadeing he
take th .'.a,_ 1( bahon mi4st be tlaj
As;tat ,t Con t nu"- Wigton, D.t
C, an tiii ed to , tha11 t oi 'hCdf hi. tim
to}r' iz~ll~"'_n! mak th ne eary aii r rgm+c{)

Democracts Plan
tTo Impeach Small

ter which is of especial iRterest is'
FUTURE UILDINSthe explanation key Prof., H. C. Sad-
FUTUE UF BUILINGi-r, head of the dlepartmient of naval
engineering, of the apparatus and ac-
PROGRMml U~iT I complishmzxents of the University Nav-

PLAYERS TO ENACT
COMEDY TONIGHT;

ST ATIE .ISTIORtIANS
TO HEAXR HINSDALEJ

tiona~l 'society Saturday afternoon d
the assembly halT of the Trainlfing
school. He will speak on "What the
University Is Doing".

"William Shakespearc'&s *1Ma ih:ado' Dr. Wilb)ert 1B. Hinsdlale, of the

(Continued from Page One)
quest to the Illinois legislature for
$1,500,000 "in order to keep up to
da'.e." Sur porters of the Michigan ap-
propriatious declare that this was ev-
idence that either the. University of
Michigan must secure funds at once
or take step: to hold down her en-
ro:lmieht so as to make the best of

In aditfon to the reading matter
there are the~usual departments con-
taining complete college and alumni
news. J.G.Gi.
FOREIGNTUDFJNTS
VISION NEW ORDER

About Nothing" will be presented a)
8 o'clock tonight in the auditoriuu1J
of- University hail by the members'
of Prof. R. D. T. Hollister's classc,
in play production. -This is the sec-
ond and last of a series of perform-
ances given thin semester by stu-s
dents in the course.
The staging of the play will be ivt-
en in 14 scenes an([ four different Sts
off scenery will be used. There will
be 23 persons in the cast, which has9
been selected from the various stu*
dents taking the course in play pr o-
duction.
Tickets are on sale at WalhrS book
store at 50 and 7 5, cents for reservedl
seats and 35 cents for general adis-:
sion tickets.

department of archaelogy, will give
anl illustrated lecture on "The Stone
Age in Michigan" at the fifth mid-year
educational conference and meeting of
the S ate Pioneer and Historical so-
ciety Yriday and Saturday, at Michi-
gan State Normal ,pc:'lge, Ypsilanti.
His lecture will be given 1Friday aft-
ernlorn in Starkweather hail.
Dr. Arthur L. Cross, Hudson pro-
1 .;ssj of Europe- n history, will also
spjeak at this mneeting. His topic will
b"is County History Worth While?"
It is exp~ected that Dean Allen S.
X\hIitney, or the School of Education,
will give a short talk before the Rur-
al School section and Rural Educa-

what she has. Informial discussion of the need,
( ov. Alex. J. Groesbeck, himself a ,of the social order was conducted at
4Michigan graduate, took a somewhat the meeting of the Liberal1 club last
different stand tonight, however. "I dlo' night at the Union by the three for-e
not see where the University is so bad- eign students nowv making a tour of
ly off," he said. "She has four. un- American universities. Jorgen Hold k
completed buildings on the cam pus of the University of Copenhagen gave
no~v and expeets to begin work on the as the solution of tihe present difficul-
ne-.v Law club in the spring., ties the abolition of existing, institux-
'-'Furthermnore," he added, "I don't t ions, and the substitution of others.
see where the University is going to' Opinions exprestsed by Piet Rtoest, of
ge' the mioney she want,,i. The state the University of Leyden, and Mans
witll have to draw the line on expert- Tiesler, of the International Peoples
dit ores somewhere. We've gOt to college, disagreed ith this viewv,
ha:e a rest." The governor gives the these meen believing that the solution

"TL LVSEC-IHAV

GARRICK(

ALL W.C.M

!Michael L. Igoe, Demiocratic mwem-
ber' of the Illinois house of represent-
atives, i said tpo be gathering data for
the impeachnment of Gov. Len Small.
Igoe is being groomed for mayor of
Chicago on the Democratic ticket.

im,,)res-sioni of being one who is n-
xio us to assist the University building
pr,)~granm w ith i'arge outlays of fuinds,
but who is all the while convinced
that such is imrpossible.
"Ucompleted buildings?" one other
Mi higani alumnus aptly touched off

lies with the individual.
jThe delegation left last night for
Evanston, Ill., where. they will make
a stay at :northwestern universit3-
,similar to their five dlay visit in Ann
Arbor.

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iDeItures Eumrop~e Ieamdy for War
N w Y r , Ja . 1 --(yEurope is in a critical situation and
on the verge of another war, Mai,
Gen. George I1. Harris declared to-
day on his arrival 0on the Olympic.'
Hie represented thle American gov-:
ernment at the International Electro-'
technical union in Geneva.
Europe, hie said, is just ready to bae
touched off for another war biei-
ning, like the last, in the B3alkans.
)Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Price , : led. anmd Satw. Mlat4 $2.00,_ 50c
Nillts $2.50 to i0c
SHUaERT Alights 50.75"$1.0:
M I H IG A Has.Tu~es.,'thugs. and
ThUSTELLE COMPANY
3FLO() RAN A
"THN'E MOUNTAIN MAN"
As Played b.y Sydney ]lacknier

(Continued 'from Page One) I~llit :l~ rrtr
They p18,a v ry important part in I UI lld 11
Ol the We o' uro 'e. 'I
T"e iAme 'rc1,,an tdent on the other
hand does n ot really start to lira tin-H11!ia IaIzmoo Man Prosents Mlanuiscrijts
t he leawes;colege. ,They -allow oth- aand Maps tto Musaeaum
er cOfl id 1.aioi5 such as foorball
b~keb-ll tc. t1 interfere with thei.r Edward 1. itevens, a Ki alaaoo en-,
studlious life. There n' intellctual giiieein, has (lonated maps and mann -
li ; in Amercan colleges, all is mta-;scripts dealing with early Indian ac-j
ter:a1. 1He sad that miaking miouey tivities in Kalamazoo county, which
sed-to hte the chief aMim cio' the hie has been able to compile after
America tuent. lie will only take, years of study, to tile archaeologcal
eorCC,' :; that ,w1,i~' l imtl o ach2ie ve department of the Museum.
taam.inlEuropean coolsit is Dr. \W. R3.Hinsdale, custodian off
imcsibe olc.mrn buzsiness in a archaeology, has declared the chart:
uniersty.Sep'r Ate business selh(o1ls to be correct even to the ininutest de-
0re urovided for tha;t purpose. Tios-'tanils. Mr. Stevens has systematically
Icr aid he(as isap pointed in .\mi,- delineated ancient ludian trails an('
can.Un1!~-irities in that the den-oci'atic loentod mound enclosures, and other
saint i ot exist as fully as lie ex- earth w"orks, a!3 well as village rites.
pected. burying grounds, etc., dlrawvn to a scale
P iet Roest was of the opinion that iialue print.
times det: need a m7ntal.1 awaken-' Forty pages of cosely written man-
ingl)_ They : :e _not thinking for them--' Cipt dealing with the Indian hisl-
seve.'P;y s the thinking thaltC tort' of his county was aso~ subit-
z i dane 4or them ':7repeat it. -mimi think ' .i
i t icthe sultci their owni mental Dr. Hin! daI6 planis eventually tc
progsse. le fndsthe Amer can publish a mnap of the state by counties
stu~nntVeryintr(Ysion able, theim 1- v;ich will definitely locate the an-
presmoabuitytha~t is found in 0111i- clout de;:.osits which he intends to pre-
ciren. Nowl ower or mental ability ! serve and explore.
isnedd er.Memory is the only G . Fr,,nkc Ailniendinger has also
thngnee r to g raduate. from an made several donations to this cie-
Amrca nvol,-ir. In Esuropa the par'tment which include his private
studentha perect liberty.lie may collection of relic,, embracing a large
or m aot attendl classes and he taken :number of specimens found within a
thse exam ihaticn -when he feels that heI small radius of, Ann .arbor. Tphis col-
is roprl eqippd o tke t.P~ostlection will be put on exhibition as
fins tat ordalfniendshins exist 'in
E soon as cases can be prepared..
the ncuhr grupsaround the can:-- -
pin;such.at(fraterities. The mate- r.,Pwlskieae orEre
na Isid o~theliA hre s wll ro- lgs. F. xW. Pawlowski, wife of Felix
vidcO fr bt.theense of quality and
no (Wiliiil sould be brought rout. W IPawiool;!h, Iprofessor of aeronau-
slsgnHiko tical ungit eer-ag, sailed y stei'day
Cop~hge wenasiked what the ; noon aboard the "'ParIs", largest olf
studetslak ost xpressed his sen-! the French liners.
- ienei. fOwod-Freedom". 'ns, Pamlov.ski will visit Paris, the
l ace of her birth, and. tour through
Clot Something for sale? A "Daily" I'various parts of France. HeIr return
theb ail will find it.--Add.I to Ann Arbor will be somnetimie nee:,
fa.1
Cut ; a romto ren=1t rA lIe'a d), C hitsi
7indr, -1x'! fi r irnouno'r.----A dv l'a~trnizE Daily.AU'rirs--dv

the situation today when lhe said : aa H ws etteles oz Level
'Within two years if the Univerl 5hr New York, ,Ian. 17-(By A.P.)-I')
do~as not get the money she asks, the took just ?$50 in U.S. money today to
campus -kill be a conglomerate mnees become a millionaire in German
of unfinished new buildings and ruins riks ThoecalteA rcn
of__olds_________ dollar could buy 20,000 marks in the
JANURY TCHNC OFERSforeign exchange, but practically lit4
JA't'',9lY TCH:N'C OFERStle or no business was transacted in
WIDE RANG~E OF SuBJMECT'1S less than million share lots. At the9
pre-wear prices 20,000 German marks-t
(Continued from Page One) :would have been worth 4,750 dollars.
too frr and present a rather fornuiid- Today 's quotation for the mark,
absle front to tihe average reader. jwhich was technically given as .005
Heowever, a thorough perusal of any cents, represents an extreme low rec-
of the material will bring to the read- ordl and comipared with .01305 centre,
er information worthy of the effort.a on the first of the year. The pre war
T(he' opening articlce entitled, price of- the mnark, was 23.8 cents.
"Sounding the depths of the Ocean", I-_____________
by Prof. William TI. Hobb)ls of the ge- President 1hird :ng s liu liiIm prov-es
old: y departm ent, is a scholarly dis-? Washington, Jian. 17-.-(By °.P.)--
cuzsion of the recently discovered President Harding after a day conl-
sex.-sounding devices, which promgi~e }'flned to his room ivtli a cold, was doe
to Ise epoch-niaking in the safeguard- Glared by White H-ouse officials to-
Ing of ships at sen and in the adivance nigh't to be improved. He spent' most,
of :;ur Linowledge ' timte earth. B-y the I of the day in bed and, it was said, no-
two inethods devised the determ-nad- tired for the night b'~fore eight o'-
tic-, of the depth of the sea and thecOCX
~e. et ion of submiiarines are carried
on with great facilitiy. This is the! Rusia May Aid &0enimly
firstA article which has )een published1 London, Jan. 27--(By A.P.)--The
on this subject. 11-fga correspondent of the Vines sayro
"The Conquest of the. Air". by Col- - he learns from reliable sources that
onci S.idney D, Waldron, president o~i the Russian soviet. government has
time Detroit Aviation society, presents decided to mobolize the five year coni
In, an interesting manner a thorough - scripts, with a view to assisting Ger-
history of the astonishing develop- many, should Germany decide to re-i
meat of' aircraft for the past 1800 slaf FPrench action.
'eu r s with especial emphasis laid on ;----
t ivt reentt accomplishments along Senior its Seek lHo'ek y Tryotats
thi:. line. This article is illustrated i The senior literary hockey team de-
by some excellent official photographs j sires -tryouts. All those wishing to
taken .by the UT. S. navy, take part should report at Weinberg's-
Another portion of the reading z:at-:; coliseum at 10 o'clock tonight.
LAST TIME TODAY
A Ilbotoplay (of rare beaulF and dramaitic force, -iyritteui, adapted anld
direted by' the maker of "oTime Prisoner of Zenuda" and "The Four
of Paris-Zareda, the
crystal-gaz~er
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