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W\ED.','SD)AY, IEEMI3ER , 3,1924

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ork Urges Federal Oil Body;
3 ~s eclamation Program" [[KS 'SOPPOHIS

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J'sue Pd' ~~sIi
WAIT ON LEGISLA\TURE
Tlans.ing, Deic. 2. (By A. l..... tb0
(biasttiebar tnYuuh

al Z~l ~1;a ies 1 l a nd, seirel a y o fr
State, to issue flieense plates gr'i; to
all purchasers of new cars bet x;,con
now and F:+eb. 1.
g Ait.]rov.!l was zgiven tfoj low f;n".
1 r.'l i iry con toren"-e, Iw V Al It 'wa.
-Teed Ithatt!omething must 1)0 done
: ei tat :rrswXho comiplin ed that
cm, S3 enWC'CIhr('al 'feti by 11,be ye-
i~ (31 r192:5 pi ates uwa il e, i
dealecrs asserted, who Ilad o rdi( ,-
'c'11% fog -dlivery ain X'1eiab3e' .,! i-
' iamy, thinhinug they Couli( ecure 192
' plates then, refused to go thr ough;
t with t"", e(Ials whien, it was afllouulc~d
1 lt :fno Jicencs wou1(1ld)be sold until
February.
rp3yapon rent ly feared] they would
°haxve to purchase 1.924 lplates 0toitlej
them over until February and 1hen
buy 1925 licenses: Tphe state will loam
all new car purchiasers a S't of1 }' 2
pilates, which may 1be used an ii I;,-
"if10 of next year's ]!lte' is autllor -
iced.

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-, netctn
o~l c olllnlriol I
In t~e, ad \ill- kl in
L-.0 i oi; 1 .11,
(13 . 11 '(,
3,0 3)112
r ro(a d G (-(
di3cl 1"S I F
conne lw
r thbe oa
he internalafficiecytofdyhofl ol
;< tieP /Cc eomenedb rlt{ 3 , 1
:secrc1cay tubert1".;o cter:,y
donarl 11 3
'.1o Ut! aCi(;t ) I tly 1) but be ,c-
lo1oniatio lof ~a omissin ci caY- cir;(hter e
if ?tern0 ta efficienyo h ntl-
1,3 t helesatur311±;e robabCOl n ~ coin-
)roiise eigt 113(1gasoinetax1ill
ad hopet thatuthe highway financ
Ld putintefec byFeb 1

hers to deal with, it was "agn liftI I UIIiL I iU
E',C .iity.'' - --
(Wise toucliiedtain briefly on Favo)rs T al;anced I ilitary p'olicy' As

1 ch a aLion 1progr'am wxhichi
fired out by a special conm-
hut, whGM iWfaM d f01'onures-
pro lma at Itle lant session.
t (of the legiislat ion cin tom-
tW!. pr rant, e srij wlas,
1,71 a; VPh VIhi(ll thl pres-
:m Should1( (lea! jpi'omnptiy.
r; I it tlatt within the' in-
'oanua WKmnIit5' thiere was)
1 noew Bu>rma of(1 l i
Iw"hich'Iv ('01 31101:1 10lion a(1
ng work p('1 er31wd by tlhe
?it. d' itI 1 )0 Centeretd. Ile azl-
L .;'( I fi' (!in ente;.roio n toP
rtnen , And p m erone mn
c ('a iet ,of the territorial
Al~aska and hlawaii.
yot coatsained a int that a,
ec[1?.:Lrni ( ofthe nubl]>
nt?"!ybe irecoilme.Ileol later
s.Sec O# ary tW""_,_sanda
1::1? mit te e was engaged in ia
-hemo stet ut, andI aded:
roba 1? le that grow ll ior tbe
ad if hange-d condition. will
-n-le rdzdical depja 3.(u:'sxfrm
'd cl tit01n. TI3i (u itO:; 1
F;%el'?I he ({o4'ert'.liit shld'lt

OJutJl iintionlal IDefense
Act

IUPHOLDS SIZE OF ARMY by "Father" Iden who has been sent
around the world by the Upper Room
Bible class, and slides collected by
PhiladelphiaJ, Pa., Dec. 2.---(By A. P.) jhiiut~elf while he was Y. M. C. A. se
seTh Nai n l G a d w s p c u e as r~etary in that country. Mr. Grafton

Usgs .Iden Letters E
I n T l n a o er H . G rafton , associate sec-.
rectary of the S. C. A., gave an illus- 41 LOt 111 &
trated talk on "Touring Japan," at 8 \
o'clock last night before the Religiousf
usd heletes rite fomJaanSummer voF I L"25

hle first line of (defense in the forumI
01 publlic opinion 0on questionis ielat!
ing to thle national defense policy of
x ne country, in an address here ytster-1
lay by tecreta r; John W. Weeks, at
the convention of tihe National Guard
:t ; :;ociai101.
'1he secretary urged members to,
use their influence for the preservation
of the "balanced military policy,"j
worked out in the National Defense
Act, and to defend the regular Army
crmoh ronic attack,'' through which
attempts were made to reduce its
::,trezmgt 1 andl thus crip~ple its effici-
"If there is no regular Army, or if itsI
complonent has been sapped by a long
fa) oc1id of inadeq aate arpropriations
until it is insufllicient for holding the
ih".t line of dlefense," the secreta:ry
4'aid, '"tl 1b53tiV expandedI Ntionalj

in an informal discussion held after
his talk, answered questions on mis-
sionary conditions in Japan.
This lecture closed the fall term of
the Institute of Religious.*Education
which lias met each Tuesday since
Nov. 1. Courses will not be resumed
until the b~eginning of the second term
in the latter part of= February.
Tokio, Dec. 2. - The death of the
!Ain _".a:ee, <a group of people said to
)o Ih tb rigine £of lapr.an, is fore-.
cast l: 'Dr. *iolbn Patclhclor.
'','hat (lid Pr'ofessor Smith mean
this; morning when, he told yo
that no man could ever mak.e a
silk purse out of a sow's ear?" I
Pythias-
"fie meant that I'd never b~e able
to do good work with a poor pencil.
(hme's I'll lmve to get a D~ixon's
1'- idorado. Ord sm iv says it's the
best drawving pencil made."'
17 lead-alt dea.'ers

hle p;,-sentt nll" hOd (of dis- Guardc will have to take the regular pll( oim h ie-Am=spc ntefo ie,
3)lvcrillg1110acequisition of _ ---
d1 stone lands on thel public" Athiens, Ga., Dec. 2. - -- Ralpht S.
3 redl in 1878, sho1uld be re- i ick'' TIhpon, end, of Atlanta,
otter protect out vanrihing was elected (2iltuil of the 1D25 foot-
the public int erest.''il em0 h Li.'i c (ogl

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If the logislata re f'ails to ci;'
highwa.y finance and(1license laws by
that (late, it is possible th.at thre
will be another short1)5 Oti31
in1 which case the loeili'
p)lates will hlold good. 1)"' sato"'n-
erls of cars will o1)era1to withii I heir
1924 plates until the state Qffei', rta 3
plates for sale.
It was. estimatedl by A ' c~~
that close to 50,000 sets (f1labte~s ill
be loaned. New canr HVO b pia;.st il e 1
by Uhe state at the rate of 400J()ex <58!
a (lay. According to dealers, 113he ni
I or will double as soomn as it; is i,~
that it will not be neeessr; ry to ;buy
plates twice.
To take care of the situr tion on .-,
si(10 Of Michigan after' Jan. 1, te(l(e-'
p~art ment of state is mail ing le t o(r:
to all other states asking tbat the
1924 lplates 1)0 honored.
Gov. Groesbeck anti aieanbhei: o(f
tihe board today continued 122 1Jiag
plans for the 1925 high way building,
pro mrain and discussing the highway

ie.2. -- Workmen digg;ing;
ehave unear':hed an object
as a. huge toothl or tusk
feet long andl 20 lnlhes in
once at the large encl.

1.1/IC Lady.
Rea-id the Want Ads.

1" 1AT '1NilTl 1' SORORITIES
CONNIE'S
Ilia 1, or that Marty.
F ll-' lf," aI i nen''1lIts Call 284

BIG BUG DANC~
FR-,,IDAY, ) sCJ3a
.-. Hear the BUG BAND D
Playing Exclusively for BUG _DANCES
Eight Pieces Ai'-rM-)
§RUEL KENYON FRDD1E.,BEIRGIN k
Diisiut o F Vi1ire i 2S M ICTEMUPLE

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Will Present Their
ANNUAL PLAY
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Hill Auditorium, 8:15
Tickets 50c to $1.50
RESERVED SEATS, $1 .50)
X OFFICE SALE AT lHLL AUDITORIUM

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FOUR PERFORMANCES DAILY
2:00-3:40 and 7:00--8:40
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What kind
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1 t is njot an historical drama !
It :s not ar emutjonzal picture!
1 li is not are appeal to dthe higher thoughts"! ~
h tis not a picture buit for "uplift" of the masses! '>
A A Great Smaishing Romance -*--
Built to the speed of
' FLAPPERS EVERYWHERE
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tlltl ADIDED) FEATURES(
ff atlne'O %ug'mernl dSymphonic Orchestra
Bacn ,l ldei'1 Presenting The New York Rialto "
Auditorium, 30c Composition. r,.
Loges, )Oe
Evenings Same a-Comedy-
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The Land of Delightful Entertainment

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