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GNTWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY FI
______ - __ L om A Sro gGerman reactionaries as the "strong f Ta Socidad THspanicq took in fifty g I s
L o o m s l s~~~~too ~man" of th hour to talze or the post ew miem xrs last nig at its annual - udge H E 1
T M striusLag[ 9 JSI O an In Germany's o dictator of Germany. The newx man initiation at Lne hall. The Pro gr- m the Dtroit F
y "Utz" Cider Y- Political Muddle has rarely been heard of p>oitically consisted of a s.Ort usiness net~ng, cp tt
Sends~ but he made a name for himself vhen1 entertainment and refreshments. -^--- -
HIE Kiao-hau he refu:.oed to su~l :e der.j Daily casfe o real rsls

i.7 ov. 17,-(3y A. 1P.)
W. Car-r toda~y rul~ed thatz
Sou i retinms

this cty, and has arranged for rooms ................................... h1 ! )is impresslons of dIenew world. 1Dr.
at the Union for himself and his wife ; ad been given i :ro)f c-l muds r., -
and two children. ; rised} '*When a desc r:thor, -.act-_ f4lhrblah sansthe irn essit on ralc
Mr. Saarenin is one of the foremost; temnpted teritz til anand ht eerli emnyta oa
the dentty f th lay z :i)t a)-,standards are higher in the United
architects of the day, and is known theaienttoft.Seatsadyn waGermnyot auie- I
both in Europp and America for his paett.im ttstani emnIi ut r
exelen iteprtaios f odrn Visitors vwho0c,11m0e to Lrt-'o ," on~ous, as the American morality is
excelen inerpetaion ofmodrn later remarked at the lar e jug (_ cml -only on the surface, and that whc-e7 n lsi ein ewsoeo ;o etn;i h idwbtcou ioedg onlefnstig;a lc
the few men having the honor to dc-1 no explanation from the2C a~e~ I-" - as in -Europe.
sign in unison the. Hague Peace Me-: tcrbak. A third character ceierscO Dr. Rohrbach says American cities
moriab, and is acting as one of many' the comedy wheni-arry Kilmo, ' d o not permit any large sections to be
dury of Awards in architectural com- ile visiting his teazmnate tw :v,, yls! givenl over entiryely to the social evil
petitions in Paris and London.' later evinced an , ne.,-nrectced knowir, - ,and to dubious amusements of various
Mr. Saarenin was secured 'chiefly edge of the whole affair. Altho0i1- sorts, such as are common now in all
throuigh: the efforts of Prof. Emile; no intimation of the fact conuldibe oh-;European capitals, and especially in
Lorch, of the school of .architecture, tained from Uteritz' it is l~elieved thuat erlin, in consequen-ce of widespread'
and-is to have a class in advanced -de-'' Kip was able to 'cast con-iderable -distress and general decline in public
sign for the entire month 'while he light on the identity of the nmyster- ma~orzals. -
remains here. Many well-known' and' ius lady who kaad set the hospital Co-edu~cation does not seem to have
practcingarchiectsfromthleprtsofforce agog Sunday.'be sscesu nAeiaa a
- hestate have cicsalready sgifefher/-oenhoemfr ccrigloD.lor
intentions, of attending. Requests llMihigaii Law Rieview Appears i bach, who says American educators
have been, received -from as far asI "The Michigan Law Review" for told hint the automnobile is a machine
Piuffalo, N. Y., and Cleveland,, Ohio, November appeared recently. It cony-t designed to destroy morals.
for admission to this class. tains articles by Professors Evans Dr. Rohrbach was startled by read-
Announcement has also been made1 Holbrook and Edwin D. 'Dickinson, of ig typical American novels in which
of a banqjuet and pagent to be giv-1 the law 'school, and George L. Can- the state of morals among the Ancr-
~en in his honor-at the Union the ev-; field, 'of the Detroit bar, in addtition iean middle class is unveiled, suich as
oning of Dec. 12. Many speakers of! to the usual reviews , of recent cases "Main Street", "Babbitt" and Uipton
prominence are to attend , although' and law books. Sinclair's' "Book of Life". l ut he does
their names have not as yet been ---- not believe these books give a fair
made public. Also somre sort of artis- It's true emiciency to use Daily- picture of the life of the average Amer-
tic pagent, given by the architecturalj Classifieds.-Adv. ican.
students and representing the history
of dlesign, will be one of the features p,
of the evening. Arther F. Hyde, '24E,
is chairman of th committee in charge,
and Irwin S. Booth, '24, is to have NOW PLAYING~c
chargo of the pagent, while the fin~ LCAV
anlcial side is to be taken care of S REGULAR PRICES3- *
I y Prof. A. L. Trout, of the school of
M 'r. -)aareni.n is to leave. Ann Arbor3
appxroximately'at the beginning of the lilt
*Christmas holiday~, and will godi
rectly to Paris, there to serve on a BETTYN
jury of award for an architectural A
coimpetition. 6T T i.Yr1'14r T1A AI-WRI

ter ad tye.Ths evnstha 4t the il~ i
byOMheaeysimaste raeignrsthte
colors are rich and popular--that the style
is the last word in up-to-date men's
fashions.
The name CHENE Y on the neckband
guarantees quality of_ maaterial and work-
smanship and "6correc tnes"' in every detail.
Cheney Bro. hers, Makers of ' icy Silks
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