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THURSDAY, JTANUtARY X15, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAE TIREM

PLAN INSPECTION Is Social st And ENTRANCE OF U.S.

I Heads Reichstag
OF AREOCENTERS - INTO COURT ASKED

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('ongre'ss En~deaivors to D)eermine
Need4s of C(ountiry For Air-
crafit F 's1abiislimciii
LAMBERT IN CHARGE
ashington, Jan. 14.--Inspection of
a viationl centers 5t brou-hon t the Unitead
States will be carriedl out shortly bay
acongressional committee which
hopes to formulate, before March 4, a
report that will materially assist the
Washingt(;n admlinist rat ion in (voIV-
in g randputtin g into)effect: a perrum-
nicn 11nati onalI air policy.
'11wf inspect in is ulana ed as a part
of (eforts by Congress to (letermnine
the nee'ds o1 the country. for an air-
criaft' establiishment. Repr( sent ative
F'lorian LI a mbert , Wisconsin, elm ir-
man1.1 of thle select commit It'e, says
e'very membler desires "a construict ive
sanid not. ai (estriuctivye in vest igat ion
in the hlone that an outline (A the
country's aviation needls will he avail-
able before the adjournment of thle
si:ty-eighth Congress.
TPhree 'phases of the aircrafIt ln'o]-
1cm wvill be presented in lbhe final re-
'~port: the present. condlition of the air'
iervices, the (' ftulre air est abl i li euf.
a ndI.a st udy of p~ate(nt anud legal quos-
(ions. The laftter phase of' the ilnvf'st F-
' gat loP was5 (5)iciidColbeforo C 'iirist --
Thle L a mbert, (comminitteecIia 5m O11
into0thleprob~lenm of warti im prsda-
lion, aind is the authorit-y for thleI
, tat(1 CflCUt that (1 ('IiCies of a i rtr~d
,_ and engines by the American a irria ft

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jfi Rt ry d nin u the 1S 1110111 UsIT,
('o1tf y was at war Were gricait er th aii
j (l~livetei maliide by aniy of 011'n ici
a laes during any 18-mlont i pe' ld ft
f h-' ent~ire war.,
Conmment ing upon t he I esi mi y
; givwn thIius far before t he co) Iii it C
,~ IRC'lemo'sntat i e Lambert, said lecen liv"
ho, was conv\in'ced that ('ong're'ss and
tl ,c entire country neell d a nevi her-
it speef e on aviationi
LTooking lvick over the' record siniae
1 117, it seems 1o me that all (Thug re ss
t_ over hias (do1ne has be'en to a pprooriat e
Smoney,'' the chiairman declared. "' Wlhat
we need to (10 for aviation now is not
necessarily to give it money in inara
libheral sums, bllut to more intelligentl 1,r
AIvise and direct as to how thle iiisnev
shall he spent."
Rep resentative L~ambei'f is con-
* winced thlatt aviation is fir;st of all a
commercal ut ility andl not a mil iia vr
ee55oiy, but t he ''alarmling wealsc-
neoss of our army and 'navy air sa'.r-
No&5' convinces himl t hat "'it is onl y
t he part of wisdlom to recognize tWa
the exigencies of the latter are un1-
(lnestionalbly paramount, toay. antl
thus dlemand immediate, dec(isive and
I. favorailO action."

.Ell n: ~.i'. '"Soialist, has s 1gc
ptiC I eCal ( }8 1)8 ',Ic nd isi again pies-
dent 10:!;w C rniean Reich stag. Ile
held I lv' 'sca ion net 1il May 1last year.
I' 1...a x'i ( i vl oi t leromance
$. .;'l lilt.,t ,e~lo;ti 1n x I s ea(. 1 h1eo-
Clock to"Lly ill [1-o5 1203 Tfappan hball
1 loe ''1'', icc''IlieTh lelre, Nwhiell
wvill be givenl in Frenich, is the= first.
01aof L' p1 hwwIi i by the 0org}. iza-
ne 'a~ld, imoi soawialo lneulher-
hi ca ads iaa1;y I (' ullaset1 for 50)
ci .111 % c' (iiit I i I andance at all
a1- \vefl::lt r1 it ra ie to I lie annual
JUDGE REFUSSEARY
.oh a k. 1 I; aba all, '2S, Who was Hi-
rest4itd lcl1.1 a5i: Nov~ei 11r 41n1La chari1ge
of 1'ohh)4i yV . Wa. refused an opportun-
it y for i nln ed iii trial by J1udlge Sam -
ple yo (;:.reay. 1+' i rh 1nk was given a
lieairil win I)(eieand was bound
ov~e to)Ia il(,i.\ Uit,0 for trial in
ai
LI.,; s 'tuc-scaii y lie pet1it ione~d th1at.his
ca;, 11e ' l)112C hit. 11)1 01 r iiilluiCo iaf C
1:111, 131' IV . 1 ' t .tiia Iva,irefusedl"'s
(cil:i It:1oaC('574'Sof the po'ople 1('dli-
not ,, lc 4atrl 11(l101lai'cli, Lacord-
I.1 to I'1 'l~,'.11in u A'10r; y1 . f;lie*(.

PROMPTNESS DESIRED
Reasons fte cunited States' en-
trance into the AWorld court, advocat-
I ed b)y five prominent professors of the
University inl a telegram to Senator
Borahi, chairmnan or the Senate Coln-
mfittee on foreign relations, early this
week, were elaborated in an interview
yesterdlay afternoon.
Besides sti essing t1: 'fact that thle
idea of an intern ation al court of Sus-
; (we really origins-t ed wvit h the U~nited 1
State:; and pIoiniting out that the pve-
senit organization seems dlestined to bej
the successeful culmination of that idea,
all five ofthde men favor immediate
('entrance into the cour't, and Some of.
them predict that the United States
wil enter in the very near future.
The five signers of the message sent
fto Washington are: Dean Henry M.
Bates, head of the Law school, Prof.(
Edwin 1). Dickinson, p~rofessor ,of in-I
ternational law, Dean Edmund E. Day,
head oft'he business adlministration
s(ch 00; lProf. Jesse S. Reeves, head( of
the p loliticalI scienc('e eartment and
I'rol . ( iailc It. Van Tyne, head of the
hisftory odepartmient.
' Ini '1)laiiIgf. his st andl for the
Wiorld 'ouirt, D ean Pates stated that
llI lse ~o5' 1 large a proport ion of inl-
tejr:IiitioIal dispultes are of suchl a
liat il k=t~r.)I t heo ouild(1he set tledl by
a' in t erniation al t ri bunal1 of law and
rea sea, lie favwoed our entrance info
lie lirce: rt org nization for two main
'EINsona, namely
F irst, thle lUnit ed States entry
twould not only coimple'te its en-
iors int by the great, powers
o1' thle wor'ld, thus giving it
gr'eater stability, but alIso would
.diowv the Unilted States to parti-
cipa to actively in a discuission of
Ili -m -dir(iectly involving herI
whiteb are bound to conme up.
So'eolid, thle need for a more
stable prinici pie of internlat ional
law than (anl ever be obtained
by the present met hod of concili-
ation, wou1l be filled by thle court
wvh ich would set III; certain pre'-
(cedents, in this field.
R~cocgiiising that "thle World Court
idea i: pocul iirly an Americani idea,''
I1ifcso DiIuS! i(ckinson011oes (o1l 1to)state
hat, it, should be accepitedl because "it.I
is p> hianen 1 , it has t'oi nimity, and it.
is1 in pcartia I, at least. as miuch so as a
111811 -iiide i tt ''l'lat itolal institution can
l~e.' The professor of international
la' v, futherI iI'poin~ts out that Ithe United I
::tSt ts in a y lose her prestige as one of'
h ie leadling~ nations o1f the worldl if
she emiiiies to remain aloof fromr
"so inlocuiouls aI poposition as the
Ph-anU1 ay is of the opinion that,
'Aice thle cour t seems to be not only a
lilausi;ble b uit also an honoi'al le means

backedl such a court since the
time of Roosevelt's presidency.
'thir'd, one of the most lpronli-
nent judges ini the court, is an
American.
Fourth. practical ly all ot Ii('1
nat ionis in the world arie 111en) tc'u.
Fifth, to rej'cIt it is to(tun ourdi
bac'k on our own cr'eation.
~iXrii, the United States ough t to
enteri'the courti'at.once, Lis5 we' ai-
injulring 1both tile cour't ar d cu--
selves by <any ([clay.
Pr'otesor Van 'T'yne ('a II lired wit Ii
Processor Reeves in his vie'ws Linmlal-
so piredictedl thle en i'1y acecep t anIce f'il
the cour~t by (lie Wa shin gIonautor
a uht- i e s .
Laborites I rig
Winter Circus To
Ann Arbor rmo.r
jAnion t 45gowns,'-, 'i(l1 t11 ier; 1\ill
all he lu'asenlt in Ithe wi nie cir i cus;
Which is conk g to Ann Airbor' Feb. 2,
underl( 'thle-ois1);ces of t he Ann Ar]boi
Labo)r1'Temple 8n:soiatior0a111a1 thbe R
and 1R. futnd of' ccnlpanries L amnd 1<.
12 5th infantry. Thbe United AmuSe-
mnents company wvill priovide ble I ioy,:
Rockwell Circus 111ii,(, wh 1ihra vels
in the summer as t hreeC ring circus,
from Feb. 2 to Feb. 16.L All enter'itain-i-
ments wvill be in the Armiory on the
corner of Ann Street and Fifth Ave.
(T YOUR SII TI('KETS.

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Supposed To Be-THLY'RE WORSE!

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AND) so they Wt'me li-tricci
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n t. i But, take it fvornU~,
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of axvoidtin~g ViolenceI''o01'war , tile United(l
States; should nuot hesitate to enter' it.
*Professor Reeves enumeirates six
reasons xwhy lie favors Ameiian eni-
tance inito0theC court, 1as follows:
1<irst, ani internat Iional court
a,1ofjlit.i('e Xwastor'ginaLl ly an Amieri-
Secondi, the U nitedo StatlCs has

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'IN A DRP )VT R ,I -A'C A" ) H-IGHl SPEEDH
Visuual New,; Fveinlsko6&beL-e
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Oilbeakddal o iv d(,nts,
pickledI at 1nnlo]], anId will be ii -
J chided a s a special f'ealfule (of 'li'h
' 1aily.
riodl)",s ii''e," On: loo ywul b ihe
C oig rnt I 'i 2'-it2 )1(1 ,!tP?
VVI Ia:sh4'4I : AlIll" hAblrai'
" No, IIi O 1llla i-ge olt e;ge 11.i11
doe0s 1101 o'verl -Cii1Ihil: izi'' ii,i Vt'.
'iliecl: NN; O(',1elsg lion il wli 0do 0ov 21-
'Ilplaisze act ivit ies ar-e lb", 'elct I f.
till twir own m tis who a1i-c mi n'
fo4 Ihi .every effort, to make Ibwcmll "'4'(s
atiowit L-a1111111ab~ln. tWnI!"'
Lna xi'4'ce IPreu ss, ' "8- ''I io ei
,r aolmx'il ies is 'oifiiit'd U.) reilatively}
t" iii'e'ssiolwl cha ss. 'Tlw e a vet 1a:;
sat tient is Jnol conerned'in nl i t H--
l ively."
Kcm io eI 1 M. Conic-ford, '27 il. --"No, 1
Won'ift:.I t[hiAnk (-amiiptls ,act ivil h's
ti'rma. a r(' I ira i' 01' :011eg;e life 'alI
('very inn it cught to em lplasize it'ix'-
it icl as,4Itichi asIhe hlas tle tor.''
Dorothy WLb'1her, '28.-''1 Iltlilthai:
ecolleeis the tlace whet'e we -1iotilt
learn to ('.op'lte iv ith l et-.711i
MI. Feuk ll, '26.--"Nol, i. ;real pa. i
of college life colli .stIof01',('ii i-i ,'
1'.the lillljoril y ofl'sItudentsi-. :ill
Avo;i'klli(] no illax'' would lie a. prelty
iaa'irow atitudie to fake , iI at -ioiol.
SI id ies asLis l-Signeth dto it111(4'ake 1a1
a sludentf 5 title4. \AVM not.) fill then
r'est: iil with attratctive a11(1i vilies?'t"

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