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SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FhC F 'I' TP.1°

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

is,~ LECTURTOPI

Plans Inaugural

'.

Bain iir, iDiovei'er'of I nsulIin,
Will Spook illin oui e1'~il
If.-Il 'Tllf-4ay

t: Dr. F-.. drl'ik(h"1t1I ; t>&:,'rof hw
I ~ni vorsitIy of Toii .ted 15( :'tl"CV
, .finsulin, will lectur e at, LS('lo' kt
SPTuesda y nightl in niver iallaIi:u t
Coiu l~'~iion 'lNtedi"l,~ ''h ''m
Drv~ \ill ho ith e 0~>.l l c F'. . cat, 1Ih
t '0course of Alpha Omnega AlpI Ia'r, netiou--
.'I 1h1onoary imied ical frat eranit y. v hicli
isbringing* renowned (10(1 ca ron,
various med ical cent ers to }.r!1 h
The first one was given :eveol Awe ,is
'agoiby [Dr. (ieoi r( F. i ck of I he le-
S'ornmick Inst itutie for 1Illfeet I jus 111
cases o1f('lica go.
IV Thie Nobl Pize foir >li, ~c51-
V l( ricllwork: in 4923.'w ril
'0Dr. itant jug for his discovr of ii.-
Sullin, which was regarclced 8 , 0( ,
filie p'(Ue l ('st m d ca 1 0 ('ifl) 1 slim t'tVi
oft Ihe cent ury. lDr. Bout iii 'S IWr
xvias (disc'ussedf bylDr. 11owa'd P. Lewvi ;
ofi1.1he physiological cli eli)i si y 0 ) '
mo'nt in the iiiedieul silihoot inlol t :'.
n at.fight which'Iiservol as all i;i ,'e-
duct ion '3;o lie collin iuig tt l'f.
During his star here, Drv. 1>t=,toiii
* will reside at the home 0f Br. Dlv id
{ M. (Cowie of the peifriatficdes (hpOtlnnl.
* of the ieidi('0lschool.10 1 r. i' . is ,' 1l
015( 1eitertaiii lite altnliii T,o
T, ay n100n, whiile Alphai 0O ieg]'\ U
itogive a (dinne(r at, the lieon 1(0] lw
(l ay night inihis lhonior. Hli 1 1 i i I
" :tmembler of Itheo T.orolito (ri)'
e'the societfy.
COATIN LURES SCPHES

Bitish 1Expei'1 sys Alm,"1o-1'er.0ian
Compajny C (ovid Double Out -
pu t
HITS AMERICAN PLAN
London, ,Jan. 9.-- (Bly A. P.) -- At t he
rceent. annual meeting; of the Ang-lo-
Persian Oil company the cha irmanl,
Sir Char01les C reenway, 01(1d1the share-
holders thiat the eoilpany': procduc-
Lion in 1923-29. was 3,714,216f tons andl
in the current ficl year voiuld
Sprob~ably exceed 4, 500,000 tons.
"I may wid,'' the speaker said1, "that
were we to tats all the wells alreadly
openedl up. we could at. once bring our
prod(uctionl up to 10,G90,000 tons year'
ly, or more, and that by (drilling in the
Swells whuich have already been car-
ried dovvn to the cap)irock we o oti
still furtheM" largely augment our pjro -
dunction wit hiin a few1month ls.''
Rep-aiding market prospects, Sir
(Ch arvles rcmarked:'"La st, yearv it. lool:-
edl as if consumpt ion were overtaking
Piroduction. This ~wouldl Dave happen -
ed ha d it not0 been for thle brin ging
ini of1some1w 10fields in fihe Lnit' d
Stat es, and for the reckless system of1
drilling o1taililig in that countfry.
!Th'1e counbined effeel f or eP,~
was, tePmporarily only, I think, again
to bring produc (tion a 01(1ol f l 511111 -
I ic-n.
''Onl thle other 1hand(1f1here has re
an 11 efvnour4 in('r'OSe a l10 ~Pi' t17"'
'vorh(Iill flU, (Ciisu nftio71 of net alsim-t
-rodiorl*, al""),4 t lftiicivilt I'a(r; c])I cv -
bai ee illo inurei0~ d ur od i linn t'2
11o (hxvt at I)en0 ~lui1n011onof em Is. h1:
=rain beguniiito decline o Ihol- f!,
reas~on for believinpg that. rii''uxt t+ inn
pi'oliflc 110w fieldlslbeig 0 iscoorpl' ill
tihe near future, the barometer of oil
priees has i'eached its lowe.ot- Po1int
and that any changes will be in the
upward direction.",

Slang Wins Wide
Favor In Britain
Or ford, Eng., Jan 9--Englislin;
have seen I lie American gamle of foot-
ball here recently, and (10 not .like it.
They found(1 much to cr1it icize ,and] li
consen sus of opinion was t hat thle
gaine as pla yedi in England is bette r,
!mited to the local tomperaIInent and(
the local climate.
While thli game itself has found lit-I
le f"Ivor. lie rein 0]k>; o1 its (devotee's)
on the sidlel ines have beeni greatly ap-
prei'e'atedl.''Attnatoy,'" may yet 'omei(
to its own in Eu i ln rd, for hi s modern I
Am erican imtci ect ion st ruck tIii Ph -- I
lishmen ias possessed o1f gil it oel'-j
gizinulaity.

"RIrar the project and of obtaining the sup- I Tau Kappa Ens 'lou-
T19N 007O F ELMS port of the city and county have been' h p e
determined, and William Chambers, of Instalelst Chapterofic, hoprpae
PLRN o HONOR OF L 0l IRS thecityeenginer's offic, wol e a'inr!rnt, eeofr a~
TchaU~ ODIR rofeli woim rk. Pelanseniywiltooreabe~
('hrgaofthuwok.organization, has been isal
Sli memory of the 50 Ann Arbor men led a Upsilon chapter Tats Kappa
'who servers their country during the I Oslo, Jan, 9.--Before Christmas a psilon. A number of tI rational of-
world war, the local post of the Ameri-; torpedo boat captured the German rm#ficers were prresent at t he installa-
('all Legion plans to lpresent, to the! runner Paul Weitfber with 12 me, mLion.
ewho
cit y a Road of 0 Remlembr'ance, lined wer imprisonedl after a gun tight. Re-
with 00Stl American elms, each tree' li le Madrid, Jan. 'r. --lPing lsMono
rell(esent ing ,"thle life or service of cetivsiaindicoe ht-h again has had to take to lii , bed} be-
An Abr eern.rll rees willI cap~tureolilt tihe('enter of a vast. cause of a slig~htidsnifo. All
xl end alonpg a two-mile stretch of aj smuggling organization., audiences have been ca ncrlledl.
itafin highwray entering Ann Arbor,
arnil several proiosed locations ares
unider' consideration. j ALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH A.NNI[V ERSAtRY
Thle Legion has chosen this mein-4W
orial vom k as its miain local objective l
of1 hie year'. The means of financing I T

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JANOARY OPPORID ITY
SALE
A Big Sacrifice in, Price on all short or
discontinued styles. Sale now on.

AWN

* Walk--Over Sh p6
ie) South :itahi i#,

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1 1} ilPnc v1 D~ . U p hlo ld s
P~h' 's Stnd O
.. 7Hdeut Laziness

ELEANOR BOARDMAN

El. 'F

ST: CT FEATUREIll~
MILDRED ANDRE & Girls
Willi BILLY 'NELSON In
"A .Symuphionuy of Tone and C (olor"

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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(Ii ildren are t oRnit.?-d v'1 ~cf'i [
'o rsI ingprivileg7es gr'ani ed byvt iit
cotunl'nI 011(1 In 1110 lag (t B 1i1 s.
'41'e0t, a rea1 l 1a~y,1(oi001(CiO 'V i;<-}
1'oiui7 (o'cloc'k 1(o 40 'coizih oI i
yonigsif el's but old pIeoilo ; ..1 r(f'or
enjoying' the vinlter s;poil. ('01 ;t '
street is roped off at. JI a I;arl m 1111coast-
l inn is allowedtdolwn .1s 1t 0 :o
41kentiC. Pollcee Irote't iou is 1, '1:ii B;IVOI
4I)('t wei 7 andllt10 oclock ati id f1all o,
'tr rhfic is thlus lkept otf.
Only one 'strm't has as v~o'tl-iso
,:side for ' ('0sf irg, hbil otii.
which hauve little tro ?ic ov1_ r i'0-- a
mlay be reserved ' r 1:lie u. ;'' At h
o'0llaslesit a1ptition1)11Pron. fpf Hlleli
it;on thwsme s I0(tis 111('5'led io ,wi
pri-sidenuf of thle ben i'd l f Vtoo'
ior tfo Mte ('ommlit tqeuiian mel)rosenutarl;
h is furnlA.d Polie profec 00i,; ,r s.
Prof. IVl. S. Pa''<t;ntc'uit'f h ? ro1i1'-
lin cniages d(b-In i n lt hams rm1')(,1H',:
Ipubhlishied a neow }Fren h tiext. tboo dh, en--
titled a''M,.nual of IFrench111) (ass.
sal ion."'The 1)001<is5-one0of 11 12 t 1)--
ern Languagerites pa iii 0(1by1)-VI.
C . I leath and Co.
',he book, which is on sab' ttl-i
biook~stores, will jimolahily hie iv!xet in!
the coturse in Fi't'u(li con1e 2 sIdon.
New Woth, Jani. ).---NewvYoirk{uni-
ver'sity Will formially open i " 'air
caourise"'by Subijecs l hi z'o :1; - (
through station WNJZ.

sI 00115from the high f~ I l ~I[ W
Boat~f") iVI ,(k n5 ro n inlte Imass cas-
11: I," sa~ HI ii A. S. Whitney, ouf the ' E T NIONTI I
- o i'boo {dio O ye,, erilay in EXENIO

Wilth C(harlot te Anmdret. V i ita hrvis,
't'edlly Eckliiud

Reign Stanuley

0)i))sliilii:12111101oloinlions recently
c o 1 x r sw ol b( li l u T P s e rott n uz n i eii ' o f ed iucatijon ah
;') a alY.F iaes nlinjister of education
si I ha-tI 0)1 1 gou Is the enQiipmn I iof
Mu umtio wdo knoleigeo'rItstud (ents
!"Toiii'pr ina~idequatie and(1the
lp aalive1.''"i i('Met s he accuses of laz-
K ,8and unimiV'l til's of'a ac1k of
"In t i t ' imia&Y Dc1 nnAVWhitnrey (le-
Al a "I w111w1r - agro- with him. Cer-
Ia hiX (-li-ows oandl (ond~it ion1smust, be
f -(C r 101 :; asfctors nmost iresponsw1
rt fo IourIi!'dillffernt situnat ion and
w,- ~ (110' ilehil I 1051 Its. They have
181 (,o-Ollil Oaf ioU Oandl 11 school0spirit;
Soy !wmiillas g1oon]aftte1ndone uniiver'-
ri) y0 uoilw 101'nd11do(0 malke ifreet
111050 -;asiiiliYly eOaii5C they wanlt a
(ou roew vI ~is i~being givenl inlan -
oilier sehoo. Their attitude is in--
elliotAw.1 oiely.
'Suilents hieroX display far less of
;a lb B xt f'or'kn owledlge. Oftlen timey
con- Ito thie uiversity 'chiefly to enjoy
mo-va. pi yeowis of ainiuuull y wlas-
ant soon:)!Ilife, which (10e5 them imucih
col I i'f ut scho(lastic attniiiineiif.5 and
I'.o~' ag ai1 e'.(Bnlpareri with Eng-
' Kd iii infelielua~l niattera.''

Prof. A vtliur G. Canfield of the ro-
mianIce Ian,lr ges dleplari-tment gave two
extenision heel in-es at Grand Rapids
yest('u(lay, speakinig in the afternoon
;before thie All ianmce Eu-au eniso on
"'FreuchL: Tyris Poetry,'' and(1i01the
('velimngb10fore a.I iibra my couirse oin
"'Je'an o f A re ini Histor'y 01n(1inlArt.
P'outrniouithi,Jan. *f.---Thiehiat tle hiip
Mono1(11tfhe last capital shu [p (Greal
Priir iiscrams5 IlilotIT1I10eWashliiItoil
trmeat y, was t owedoiluti of thle liarbior
TU('sray to 11e (lest i'fyo'l.

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