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Vol. XXXV. No. 77





noMWEIIN Gargoyle Appears On Campus WP7I~~~LJ~PII obbs Characterizes U. S. As
'PPU II.S ItI ~eOR LIIKLUIIIIN Featuring University Women ,IIILIIIU UI The Shylock Of The Nations"
TO GIV E ADDRESS 1Cargcy'e, campus humor publics- Class of '49, and many smaller con- ALEXiJ. 6RD ESBEC K IClaracterizing the United States asI tice. The case may be very briefly
r n-hylcn o th Nations," Prof.1 summarized," said Professor Hobbs.
n "aulyTe" yAneM.ilbreth, L. I.IHbbs ofthegeology depart-i W e i 94the Great War brt
r o the caimpus toa. In this is-, inpt exprsse hi opiio in a stt u hIolou iilattd
L W TNS EEj2(i, opens the list of editorial con- 3 UUU t xrssdhsopno i tte pn h oldEu ofca attd
slM ETNueE practically all the editorial mat-:trib~utions while anmng the chief of! ___ nent to The Daily yesterday, "That was that of the 'innocent bystander!
Y t7! AN S'10)I S E' LI-B we h coe r omig hvenall of i(ln e otClrseare "The End of the Chase" !RESOIITIrbo PASSEDI) F STATE; a very considerable element in our imfi partial in thought as well as in
A[ 1ASCHOBLY ILL PENt Su Il hl h daig'saeal encoe! re EsrMec, '28, "Ten-Tmic (!MIIE population, and notably the intellec-1 action.' With its causes and objects
1y(in 'ug"b she erc,12,"we OF PARTY I ta group, holds that national self- we were not concerned. We bet heav-
AlPRIL i y m.tieth Amendment" by Juna Mary seeking-tire traditional custom of ly upon one of the rival, groups in the j
The ove , d ne n fu uri tic sty e, Bar es, '25 an "A ost Chr stm s !driving a hard bargain and 'letting! struggle and we loaned large sum s of
SUBJECT UNKNOWN Ii from the pen of Mary Lou 1Miller, Letter" lby Carol E. Dixon, '26. HOUSE IMMBRS A CT I h devil take the hindmost'-is now nIoney which were very largely spent
'26i Other prominent contributors in On Jan. 14 a dinner will be given ati giving place to altruism and to self-i in our own country at usurious rates
' hgh Scool Instructors art wort, are Ruth Norwood. '26, Mar-I the Union by the Gargoyle for all con- Hlinted That ('onimnniations Ha~vel sacrificing concessions in internation- enriching our industries and paying R
College an ggt ,s1aiet Lcobkc r., 25Ed, Alberta 11. Hlor-!tributors, through courtesy of the Passed JBeween LThusilp { al affairs.f out to our workmen wages never be-
Expected To Attend Three ton, '27h; and Hlarriette C. Smith, '26.! Board in Control of Student Publica- And Washiington " The official attitude of the UnitedI fore dreamed of. After two and one
Day Session D~rawings of women predominate. tions. Cups will be awarded at that- States with respect to the debt of ihalf years of inaction and of stub
Among the drawings are the fern- time for the best editorial matter and Wsiington, D. C., Jan. 7. By A. P. France should be an illuminating rev-i born refusal to make any preparationI
Dr. Alexander Meikeljohn, formerly tispiece by Miss Smith, "My Co-ed at1 for the best art work. The judges in lvMichigani repulblican members of the elation to those who think that con-I for what was inevitable, during whichJ
president of Amherst college will ad- M'ichigani" by Miss Horton, a page of the contest are the managing editor, 1 olise at a conference to-dlay decided siderable changes looking toward al- time the cause of the Allies came ih
dres te Micign Shoomater' rawings by several artists called assistant editor and art director. .o urge upon President Coolidge the truism have already come into prac- (Continued on Page Two) nif
cu metn heeigeeaaseilyselection of Gov. Alex J. Grosbeck ofre
onu ethem ing ofere id ye Arl 2assembly . ;iF~ TF rP f fl u au r Michigan, .s United States Attorney o
the Union. His subject is to be an-iLIIUlJIRbL LLU IL LIJL The delegation arrangedi to call to- nanrir'iiPT TO SP[A
none ttefrto etmnhimomrrow at the White House to urge ' st
when plans ef. or ~t e dneto
grmwl eem~tdadprol- teonmnL PH E0E 011[E1jbicspalrty of Mihigan, th rugh r
covnto 10iCGE i rou~~~iuJW ft1t * IS SETTLED IN AMVPHITVEATER"
anshd'4 reUivriy-- itor iit ~ i.statecAttra orneyteer al. A eontsnalistlto s jc
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+her ondrdsdistinguished educators from'ot Lmon intruen ousrecoby thefcomitee e tntext ,
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are eovpectedJ.torbebpresentnialso.e
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inteatron hsya ntedoitsghinn urar oc n hud ifferent froLLthTheuU.dSi, bydconceding-an-extensio t lh'mg lh a ruh i
morning aoulformerby.ecbsel'vatoryrndemorerre nedeChurchUII~ iefortish ham e llof thet f whl itspsibe ha svrlohrs t
On Fri- neverwok, omitst e toosmenrfcion ethequrexactoizdsitu-spctv ill ab . TepasSrtohaeaIa
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cluenileeseparatelyhisto b d us fthe wf ontisout endamety f u bWenrompet tetelpataesopwil ilaehedatt4 ococthraeing Rliealasertainpercenage iltecoreti
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highnte scolocetaadcorsWltrsaigpac.Ibleeom f the Afrca, in ato ofesorne bating ngage mih atea will entofirea MOrTORn t ersi bNIESIT COMITcE (ai lc n h etjm
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r. redme rs eitnents oofnteradrss1vtersametftme assrkn pun hr retoeea rposetcandidateam will e IlinoitedatoIlaiive'only
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hihsholocetr1nhou il oa bsraoy tCp Tonr in ut e so rse onat exet insu e ~ oo tiv laboratories willTT codc warnig asecasomtel c
school at inesdle inthe Upeving tudy . anI leven oe ofuIU:n ddtoa iefo eutl
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greattionhi- fostegdertioasgeent Ibyesedayaternoo.l'r e pr c nati e mmillteelof tedAssoiai !of ,theehelptofcaifewfstudentsewillyshortly
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tatwo ieUiest fClfr iIonio onbha etmsUnteates hasinte- Prsetiemer year Vrstydaveaseiebeenetsonselectedan te the and comlmim-lsan s
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in .4.,. Moitron tootheir relative iiA,.
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gumdn mna rcrsbcue o honey tieme reon the mprNavymdofpressaiofsa ccpthe nwie cs. ,Aoa egiatluwregtn r w here toda. B
t~~~~~heir~~crdn ton man iontoniiliatonemmenison ande inw tore (Ceta mwhmene of aerend- a THEe APrcIATor O ay THE hel Thtpeigsesonwsamlw.v
America'snautica ofnAinatioinalf the cohlcg I fte h eeigoItecm iteA ey m otn m eigc Lteeeu - eetyNercivdam to n ith ffi r cc pie s.iel wthof
her pointechniaum tutim yin ff greeoa h fserniitrntoaldsarem n ffys er Ptrnoe on Th ric UNIVERcm ite o heA sit of Ch IGep faNformaltiesnofswearingsembersyi t
tnr caIl records, was the1 aint es tILpec sl ,* t~~~riv Musa h e ikt, 70,wila b it C lle iate SchoolsF ofIoArchndtteetrareictiongfithwSenaeI

ecommendation )lade At Meeting
Last Night To Grat Tuition
Refund To Womno
Conmplete the swimming pool, was
fe text of a mresolution passed last
fght by the Student council at its
gular meeting. With $16,000 to raise
which'tie alumni have offered to
ye w10 to every $5 subscribed by
:udents, the council by the resolution
Lcepts the alumni challenge and
commends to the Union that it hold
drive among its student membership
Swipe omt this last deficit"
Women of the~ University will re-
ive a refund for class dues beginning
tim next fall if the Senate Committee
Student Affairs acts favorably on a
'commendation made by the council.
hie recommendation reads that "In-
3munch as the finances of the three
ewer classes In tie University are
woted almost entirely to men's acti-
ties, the Student council of the Un-
rsity of Michigan reconimends to the
nate Committee on Student Affairs'
iat they accept the petition of the
'omen's League asking that a refund
nimade to that body by the class
,esurers as follows: 25e per woman
the freshman class; 50c per woman
i the sophomore class; and 75c per
ooman In the junior class.
The student council further reco-
Lends that beginning with next fall
u 'accountant-preferably one who is
)flnected with an office in the Univer-
ty-be designated by the Dean of
udents and approved by the Student
auncil to handle all class accounts;
Tt, to him all money collected as
lass dues' from the various classes of
i~e University shall be given immedi-
ely for banking; and that to him
[I bills must be presentedwth vouch-'
s by the class treasurers before pay-
ieft can be made."
Another recommendation was made
y the council, to the Athletic Associa-
on, that only freshmen and first year
en be given seats in tie Block "M"
t tme homecoming game each' year.
'his will reduce tie size of the "M"
lightly belt will allow sophomores to
it with thieir, friends. The Student
)uncil of tie University of Michigan
elieves that the Block "M", formed
rnualy in the west stand at the
omecoming game each year, belongs
a spirit to the freshmen and first year
ien of Michigan.
And inasmuch as tie Student con-
it furth'er believes that by forcing
cond year men into the Block "M" a
ardship is worked upon thenm.
It is hereby recommended to the
3uslness Manager of1 the Athletic as-
ociation that beginning withi next fall
hat all freshumen and first year men,
lid only freshmen and first year men,
e given one seat each for this men's
lock "M" section, and that the size
,f the Block "M" be determined by
le total number of freshmen amd first
tear men enrolled in tie University.
Winsdale To Talk
In Battle Creek
Proi. W. B. Ilinsdale, director of
e a chaelogical division of the zoo-
gy museumi, accompanied by Emer-
on F. Greenman, also of the museum,
ill represent the University at the

eration preceding it., shown as mmc}) Newtos 1' ' o~~P uzzle ouin ° , n osIofcascoe ntecui
in this moernt age of enlightemmed luxs- sett s Institute of Technmology, ansld Nwt~JiI1J~ HJLSBRD ..,~. ndIos ofcal hsn n c
J-. c,.H c.t(us Tuesday night. 'There was a fiury
1oialsuy sinayotmc' irktaie~st.i ~l bunnianI1in the Senate whmeunan effort was made
Fi''ance has long had an institultion -'I D 5y1) mn i(11 god OiTUUH BURNS. xa h txyo ok nte"~oo'dseadol lrlsaentuul ';! t raeajitser
fo iestd fbok nfueP l Ie'maidov uige 'ehtmsma[ i.I.o.;,oo.s"392. for both branches. A resolution pro-'
de Cares o Prsan EglndUINES h Iy associated t oget hemr, but thme('cross- I j SMSYo=
(eChmtsofar. nhEgd iiIIt word piuzzle is thme explanation for i R .~C posing t~he committee was offered upn
has mecently establishmedla similar iI N . A aaathcoolerln" , by admninstration leaders such'as9
school In Imei"Institute of Historitcal T W HO111flf vrv urnMIT thiem nthis time. A certain sporting t +^ ai ereit or MchiuiUaO, jSntr Boe n onobt
Research" in London. Professom Pae- TO A l~ f~f~ got)(llOstoe ofdesn this townm ntevised this NNRV w. mOust s".~ Ann Arbor, idici_ n, immediately encountered opposition, I
towvurgedl that Americans should re- :Ameansof when hey pub
lshed this puzei etra imr- EOYJ YEDear o. Lr; lead by Senator Whitely, and was tom-,
pair time damage done by their former I nzlinysedymr- S"v1.~s
carelessness in timh ee rv to I D ettll a Sigma lIk, ptroleSionml }rulst-' D iE LSi It is vt~ gratiynP to as 1porarily sidetracked. It pro bo bly will It
vaubeHeod yetbihn ess Irat emnil y, will award a }ke.y Ct'iIT si s eatacacos-hITRRJSEi reeident of the university o£ Michiganl Alni be taken up again Thursday. f aubercrsb iistngan-1lf1 h is ieta aC0R ITRRJS oAccain oha htyuiv~e otat
tineear to thtcostudeht grathatiyo fh-me, let for I I!
tlnnaischoolfor hitorica studword puzzle has beeon used for adver- I{ e u.t the partial whiltunsof~ thle i one th~~a th
ahntoiDC.thle school of business adnministm'at iOI-i tisnin n ro. riep'oreos TUTERS I fel tint while tis work is being done that theI
I iC soVetaTtime fzhirt upno neeam'vc,,..o~tshieoo aS roxiatelyJ$',000 over and above the amoits you nPU Tt N TEAUR
Mexico City, Jan. 7:--The work of doewti h.coo.Ti wriovetepzl ilnoncsaiy T N~a(NPAW."11 hae available.
will be imade f tor thme fir's.timme in thi ~ 1w
uncovering the ruins of thme anciemnt . bmlya f ~5~'Ile time w~inner, limt that. iin case of N..V.to ',hj in or ^r>t' ~t '~n bessto le
ya fistta of yeiannrz in Y19- 2i moe one weorm'eo'te at ammwe to cotiu ths oratiso comlte the pool Lmediatly,IAPR RAT N VOE
cayan ewil be resumeFeb. 1,ind t-1CA~ih-SB Iinotan on Timrect nwrthe edl- 1a...otl.Au soito will lndertake to kaise, from its 11! Y iJ1111J l l
Ca~tan will be A o'ashmdpriz. of}, an(}willibeitorial -Istaff of T e Michmigan Daily 0, "m.members, $2.00 for every $1.0 thait the students will raiseI
wilrqm tla t yas1or Iiii 192(1 lby Itrt, Schaffnem', amnd Marx I e awrde is om-ti $0.00 t orthcomiid t in time to continue the work withut d1a}', Washington, D. C., Jan. 7. By A. P
pletion. Dr. Sylvamnus G. Morley, headI Co. for the best original tmreatise onm e__be________________ s .isANC'worth $R1o'I.00"ur I In the record tinme of 15 minutes, the 1
ofte(hngeIsiuinsa'hao:the belieftatlethoyo'wgs- iiIo NL">2 j Senate today passed tine $763,000,000 e
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n'humal +winter meeting of the Mich-
gan State Archaeological society,
vhicin opens a two day session today,
Lt the Museum of Natural History,
3attle Creek..
Professor H-insdale will speak to-
niorrow afternoon an "Cultures," ..and
Vr. Greenman will also talk tomor-
-ow morning, his subject being "Stone -
ge." Professor IHinsdale is a direc-
tor of the organization which gives as
ts a lm the "preserving of the anti-
kuities of Michigan."
The session this morning will be
devoted to an inspection of the mu-
eum at Battle Creek.
Prof. lRobert M. Wenley, of the
philosohpy department, has just com-
pleted and published a book entitled
'Stoicism." It is on sale at local
bookstores. Marshall, Jofles, of Chi-
cago, are the publishers.
IProspective book writers
for neat year's Michigan


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