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May 25, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-25

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____ ____ ____ ____ ____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N 19IEB CTS Decreed Political
Successor Of LateI
B ~ BUNCEChinese Presidenat

statg, oreChnse ambassador toIi Syse OfBo
the United Staesand lea(Ier of th e Miecnantcat yw trn o
Constitutionalist party, hsh.n ad
the Pltcl'ucso to PD r.Sn Ytier A d n irr
Sen, as deocreed in thf- political vJiliey is nLirr
t ,' . _ - .. ;t_ f ~r- 14 , tit.- j


Northern Lights'
Secrets Revealed
BY Reproduction
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(hueing the phenomenon himself. lHe
froze nitrogen in the air and exposed
particles to the action of cathode rays,
andl obtained an. exact reproduction
of the "Northern Lights." HIs dis-
covery' is being acclaimed,; one 0C- thle
most notable atmospheric discoveries
of the century.

Propular Msic, arety At, Will
Feature F ial Apjearn~e 9
of Seasbn1
'Popular music ad attractive'hum-1
hers specially designers 'to meet the'
tastes of the student body in linsicaij
entertainment will mnake .up thepo
grain at the pringj anl, bone, et.
rluesday in hill auditoium. The
spring Bonce will be much like the
program liven at Kalamazoo and will
elin~ale the classical numbers which
have always been on the program,
before, which often failed to win the
interest of the students.
The specalty act will be eaded by
Ted Rhode's nine piece orchstra
which will furisb a foretaste of what
will he layed at the resorts this sum..
muer and Barre TITi., '26, whose voic
received :so much praise from the
critics of the opera and who pleasel
the seniors at his, Swing out appear-
ance, "will sing several selections.
Anew act has been prepared for the
occasion by Tang, '24E, and Tavares,
'25L, and their incomparable Hawaiian
harmony will e specially featured in'
some numbers whit, they recently
presentedl for the medical stuents.
This performance is the last which
the hand will give ths year. The
activities of the bnd have included
playing at football and basketball
games, in the Union Fair and Boys'
We~k parades, the Winter Bfand
flounce and a concert at' alamxazoo.
Nebraska "A wgwan"
To Be Readmitted
Lincoln, Nebraska, May 24-After a
year's abs ence, the "Awgwan," Uni-
versity of Nebraska humorous maga-
ine, will again appear on the campus.
The Student Publication oard has
authorized the publication of the ma-
gazine for next year by Sigma Dlta
Chi, professional journalistic frater-
in yester days Daily an arie head-
ed "HIjyden to Visit Eurepe" stated
incorrectly that the epenses of Perry
,H-ayden, '25, on a trip to Eroe were
to he paid by the Student Christian
Association. Friends of te. Studnt
Chistian Association are 'pying the
expenses, but none of this mloney is
from the association's budget.
Tot d Ai 6r tKlled
Melbourne, May 24. nCapt. Andrew
Lang, former holder of the world's
record airplane alitde record, was
killed this morning wh n ai autoo-
bile which e was driv'ngcrsed :in-
to a fence .during a(ecefo. Lang
is a naephewof Andrew Lag, the E g-
lish author.
Will Etertain Wt'ar eterans
G. A. R..memlbers, Spanish woar vet-
erans, and membes of the American
Legion will e entertained at noon
neXt Tuesday by the Ann Arbor Cham-
ber of Commerce at the regular week-
ly luncheon to be held at the Chamber
of Commerce Inn.

it. is anol 0( Chinese
"a political will.

cuso to lEaIv e An aurtomiatic book carrier which is ed books. The books are then placed
aimed to facilitate the work of deliver- in a rack from which the baskets at-
In br- rm h sak to tecr-ached to the constantly moving chain
rnlttinr s.a been installed in lf hmanid bear them back to the
I ndwil e utin circulation desk.
11c 4nIIL lbrary, adwl epti p
-, soon ast5 t!e cases to coye Autonmatic book carriers are rarely:
f~I~fljf~jp i th appratu arer fcev- d except in the largest andI most'
k i c carrier- has been: under modern libraries. i 'e one in the
c : rc tonby the campus mechanioi- University library is modelled after
~crfor several months but, so many [that of the Libr'ary of Congress and is
of thec Univer- difficulfties were encountered in ~build- 'the onlly -other one of the kind{ in the
ier Unve ngnachine which would work effi county.s It. will ig;hten the work of
<ynirro ci-iitly that its completion was de- th~e library stiff and V aciltate the de-
~:l~e tomrrowlivery of books..
' , . .siu Lii~

Prof. W. D. Harkim,
~it;'lectre at' 4:15 o0

in the110Chemical ram uit!heatre. The
subj't ton:the lcuei Pilorpi
£i Atoic? CoIlisions"' and "The Sep-
~rfessorHarkins "is a member of
the pjhysical chiemlistry (Iepa rtn ent of
the University of Chicago, of the
_American Chemical Society, and of the
Natifona Academy of Science. 1e is
here to speak under the joint auspices
of the University and the Michigan,
section of the American Chemical So-
The lecture, which will be illustrat-
ed with lantern slides, is open to the
~Pailyclassifie~d for redi resul~ts,

The carrier is o nerated, by art electr-
ic mnotor, situated in a compartment
oft: the fourtli floor of the stacks, and
consists of an endless chain on which
are run metal baskets for carrying
the books. Thp slips turned in at the
circulation desk, calling for books, are
placed in small metal containers and
fastened on one of the carrier baskets
which run through a shaft back of the
The slips are then elevated to the
stacks and are automatically dropped
at the floor corresponding to the spec-
ial compartment of the basket in
1which the metal slip container has
been inserted. Attendants are sta-
tioned at each floor to find the desir-

Another 'Typivwriter Stolen
Typewjriter stea ling seems to h~av-
become a fact in Annl Arbor. A Rema-
ington 'was stolen between 9 and 10
a. m. last F~riday from the Natural
Science building, while W. Schmunk,
410 East Liberty, had a Royal macli-E
jmn carried from his office the forel
part of the week.
There will be a meeting of the Phil-
ippine-Michigan Club at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Lane Hall accordingI
to announcement of Jose A. Enriquez,
'26M, president of the club. {
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Addv.

Djartmouth Daily
Starts 86th Year
s:>:.: ?Hanover, N. IL., May 24--"Tlhe Dart-
mouth," thle daily newspa per of Dart
the eighty-fifth~ anniversary of it:1
founding. The first issue of a paper
pulblishied et Dartmnouth college, how-
ever, dotes hack nearly a century and
a quarter, it,, ilrst editor being Daniel
~Chicag o, Mlay 241.-Howard Garter,
I discoverer of King Tut's tomb, -who
has ju.-t Iretuz ned from Egypt, spoke
on the result:; of his investigation )C-
fore thae students of the University
of Chicago here tonight. Only two
......lectures of his work are being given
by Mr-. Carter; one at the Metropolit-
ilDry Lars YVegar an mullseuni of New York , and the oth-
Dr. Lars Vegard of the University of ____at__h____________y
Christiania, N&'rway, solved the mzys- It's ,ru.o efflciEucy to use Da~r
tery of the Aurora Borealis by repro- C~assi~iefis.-Adv.

Dr. Cht.ao ('liiiWi


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They Tol
Neither "o They Spin
What Can Be More Beautiful?
Do, Theyr Ever Die and, All Their Gradeur LoseP
Or Do They Live in Memory Forever,' Therebv
i Perpetuati ngeausty!Everlasting?

[fatinee Night(,!Al Se t 40
C hildlren 20c
Other' Matinees
Evenings iwe
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You si







In a few days exams
Star t.
Then you.. will want a
REAL fountain pen-
one that holds plenty of
ink and that will be on
the job every second.
Buy i tnow so it will be
$7.25 to $9.25
They lsira Iifern;e
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.ALSO Lind

A S ,arching Por~rayali of Truth in the Lives
of l ltra Fash;Iionablc New York Society Set.
A, Picture of Strong;lamna a_ cd Rare Beuty.
Fromt the Stage P yby NWlLIA~l H14R IUT
and Directed by JOHIN FAN DSlILLON

WVhose Fame. Has Attracted National Attep.-
tion and Probably More Favorable Critics
Tphan All the Other Directors Combined at b1~i;
Time. This Story Promises to Even Surpass.
His Other Great Successes. You Are Promised
the Utmost in Screen Achievement.


i~ y(Ham) Hamilton"s.
Inll s \ewvet and hest "Lonesome"
Conmedy Creation in Two I TOPICS 1E11S ORCHESTI
Years, Barring Nonte


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