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THIT MICHIGAN DAILY

~WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1925;

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AngerKig9,CAIPLAN TIP Scandal Victim
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1 New York, Jan. 20.-The Advertis-
ing clb of St. Petersburg, Florida,
]]1 has annfounlced its intention of sceking
o Ot er C lleg s jthe 19326 convention of the Associated
Advert ,iji clubs of the world.
-- ______ ____________- asinigton, Jani. 20.-A bill an-
0.-,mTe first' Agriculturral andl Mechanical college ,thorizing suits in admirality against-
ry'' ever corn- was dlefeatedl recently by the ljnjti te United States wvas passed today by
tred by pro- versity of Oklahoma in a. cross word i PCt-Is..X
miiusic ait the puzzle contest which was held udder
he auspices of the O)klahromat City' ,Y. MAM
News.
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nm which as been hon-
~r an~i zwhich, with so- r'
~' a"~ edon a ? oitalistie has "
~ aflto sock to retain," / 9
~j- t' l ~ ' "The effort, to nttait~
-e'2:V as of war. - -
i* ma be a see- I -
^?' ~f.~'-'1.t i~the great. =J !
E i'' i 7 the iriuse to re _
"e~ e'i.~ S An incurable angler, Dr. Henry Van
wen~tipludine in its r3e 1 upi;T( Dyke, noted author and teacher, is on
Fgr ,vft the rsight to utilize frne&y tieE' his way to New Zealand in search of
,xti t'~r5of!t ' Nile to irrigate the ,cot- better 'trout fishing. With him is his
OrI 30'l! ' 31 Sulht ; daughter, Katrina, 20, also an adept
~1f n nt4O ')f 3)1~ r with rod and reel.
,,i ;; -; n Y~png in
beh"ind it is less the desire to ext n.'1atc . clp1
and increase wealth and power than,
the determination to maintain an es-i (Continued from Page One)
tablished industry which. is seriously "This eclipse is remarkable through
menaced." the fact that the zone of totality pass-
Responsiblity for the World war,. es over a region more densely popu-,
Mr, ,Dulles thought, "must be placed lated than any other eclipse of mod-1
largely upon the Austro-H-ungari ,- er times," he continued. "Parts of
monarchy and upon Russia." Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, On-
"In each of these countries," he :aid., tario, New York, Pennsylvania, Mas-
"we find. a small group of wealth and' sachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode
power which for generations bad Island are in the region of totality.
maintained itself by exploiting the Cornell, Vassar, Wesleyan, and Yale,
masses of the people. , ai4u1Stti010 as well as other smaller colleges, are
peoples' restlessness ;and desire fo.: situated ncar the center of the shad-
change, this group of individuals had ow zone."
set upi and maintained government Professor Curtiss told of many
of a strong and ruthless character. olans for observing the eclipse that
"In these cases, the 1)ri- are being made by astronomers. Sta-
mary economic influence wa. > tions are being established along' the
demand of the masses fc: line oif totality, aeroplanes will be
decent living conditions. Th"f usedl again, as they were in 1923, and1
change implied a threat against in addition, the new giant dirigibles
the established governing classes and will be called into service.
in resistance of such threat they had For those who will witness the phe-
Set up strong governments of the nomnecn fr.om Ann Arbor, he gavel
character likely to provoke war inl the follcxving information. Sunrise
any quarter. The ultimatum -to Se "- aiiloecur st 7:58 o'clock, when thej
bia, the quick mobilization of Rus- ceclillse will already. have begun.
sia, were natural reactions of govern- \i 1,1y-cight percent of the sun's sur-
ments of such a character." ace, the maximum of the eclipse here,

Twenty-Five Students To Take Part
In Michigan Week-End
At Tecumscht
STUDENTS TO SPEAK
Several trip:; to cities and towns
throughout Michigan are being plan-
ndunder the auspices of the exten-
sindepartment of the Student Chris-
tian association for the near future.
C'hief among these trips will be theJ
-1taging of a Michigan week-end in
1 ecumseh by more than 25 students
on Feb. 13-T5.
On the same dates several students
-ill be sent to address the St. Clair
county combined Hi-Y convention at
St. Clair. Calls for speakers have also
)een received by George H. Baker, '25,
I head of the 'extension department of
IheStudent Christian association,
-)m Detroit, Marysville, Flint, Han-
7ock, Big Rapids, Middlesville and
N<rth'ville. Hefib Steger, '25, will he
dent on the Hancock trip, which will
)e- in the Uipper Peninsula. The Stu-j
de:nt Christian association was asked
:.~o furnish the main speaker for the.
Older Boys' conference
The Tecumseh week-end, which ne-
-essitates sending more than 25 stu-
(ents, is the first thing of its kind
'ever attempted by the extension de-

Ma dison, Wis., Jan. 2
"Syllabus of Music llistor
piled Was recently nrep;
fessors inl the school o
iUniversity of Wiscosi.
Autin, Tex., Jan. 2(}. -

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ney, junior law sta tc . at, the 1Uni- j Evanst on.,1Ill., Jan. 20.--Originality
versity of Texas, w4as elected chieyf' is the keynote in the design of the !
clerke of the 'Fle Xas legis lature at the bins of MAu Alpha, campus literary so-
opening of the sess-,iona. a king him iety of Northwestern university. The
the younge =t 1ma" in the i_ uitedS rates pins are in the shapi~e of~ a bull's, head,I
11olding this 111u.li is 20 yearsj with ia spade running diagonally
old. across the back, and with the letters
--! M. A. and N. U. inscribedl upon the
Austin, Tex ..aif. 20~.- R,,adio b.)road- dull gold surface.

J.W11T7N4.1W. HCGOSITCQJPA4
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Gu.uSt)g fr Amithle slaUt iou af the tTI-
;zed fo'.:1 tleindod(3 one v,eck, in tV1; ich."j
time aa. nw 'antl I'd I bi'oade'a tine
?jIparat us i~iis I (elug y tallen.1Ct,
i e c r; t 4i, W a sli j J a n . 2 0 . Pro l'. 11
Vic~c mte b zoological (lepart -
Carl J. Peterson, state banking':maul tof the Ilniiversit y of Washiin-
commissioner of. Kansas, has been or- toil, lhas an alligater etwfnamnied "Sig,"j
dered to resign by the attorney-gen- ,winch he sayvs makes abetter pet than
eral, who accuses hint of- playing a ' cat, dog, or cglay.
hart in the pardon scandal in which
ox-Governor Davis and his son arec New Hai, Cu( onn., Jan. 20,. -Ch.Id
implicated. Peterson dlenies the labor ,;ill be the sul)et of a. Iran.-
charges. .rular debate amiour, i'al. Brown, 'Intl
the University of Penn,.ylvania which
i s to be held in. the nea r, future.
scoff Fears 0

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of the committee in charge, together'
= ith the business men's club of Tee- ____ Pond, '79J _;" . 0. Henderson. '161,
w vseh; to hold banquets, meetings, (otne rmPg n)~Bosco..; William Parker, '94E3, of
1 c eside chats, and union church ser- A o g t i g h tPae t e c n 0hla ,dlph i L.Pa .; Doet isF. 5 il'
i,'ces, all under the direction of sta- Amn3hnsta r ob o-'r.")1I~"L .l)n s 8,o
dents of the University. Is dered b~y the bod, are whether dor- Corrnell university.
The extension department of the i nitories° are p'ac ti'a-I, and if so, how
Student Christian association, which ! they can be developed to the best ad- ! tBIlf~I~l ItQlflIlilll~dlHt l~i~s!#GiIID t
has recently been reorganized, Is re-' vantage. Mr. Shaw (did say, however. ; 1 w
ceiving many requests for s peakers 1lat h en the whole the asI soc'ation was iI'ir JF(S lh 3
Just before the Christmas holiday o, tenativeiy in favor of the (lornltor es,_
several students andl faculty members; and aliso made the statement that hie! = l)('al~ on
were the principal speakers at a con- believed that Presid('nt M. L. 1Bur 0. !- a
bined Hi-Y- meeting in the city of al-,so leained somewhat to tho ide a. '-- j
Detroit. Herb Steger, Perry 1 ;yden. ThFie commanittee, whose appoint nv ,it. Taxe INecdCIof Modern
'25, president'of the Student Christian coupled with the Fletcher 11,11 being i. Church Leaclcership" =
association, Coach George Little, and built. and the elan of it= founders to
Hal Coffman, secretary of the associa- 'continue the erect ion of (lorluifories, ,. : loJ I., F lriday, , 1la ti' 2
tion, were the speakers at this meet- Ias incitedi the landlladies to such) a Hill I~'iiri zni ;
ing. Several more combined Hi-Y pitch. ,.-Is-haded by . Ar thur \Vhit- '
meetings throughout the tstate are worth. "')4. (of (Ir id tl ai ois. 7'Ihe 1HI1I:tif1
planning all-Michigan programs like- ether mnen~ix'rs are: (Xirl C. IKustcar' ili
wise. cm', '03, of CIrand R aiis Irvin~ I.

An opportunity
in the insurance field
I rNSURANCE offers fertile oppor-
tunities for college-trained men.
It is an essential part of the com-
mercial anid industrial activities of
the world.
The Insurance Company of North
America, the Oldest American Fire
and Marine Insurance Company,
has desirable openings in its organi-
zation for college men.
Inquiries are invited
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

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Reduce Number Of
Education Classes
Secondary education has been re-
duced to three sections for the sec.-
end semester, the 9 o'clock class of
Prof. A. B. Moehlman having been
taken from the curriculum. Prof:. T.
L. Purdomx andl Prof. C. 0. Davis will
conduct their courses as announced
in the catalogue.
Next semester 'Leon Frost, secret-
ary of the Detroit, children's aid so-
ciety, -will have charge of the course in
"Child Welfare," sociology 238.
BLUE- BLACK
W !Y -the kind
you will use
in business
'OUNAIN rE4*K All Sizes andj
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will be cover-ed at 9:02 o'cloc':, and
ci-_c pa rtial c, lihse will be visible un-
til 1:1<5.
Do't delay--Pay your Subscription
radii.
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Today and
Tomorrow
W. A. BOGGS,
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No expense has beoen spared in producing the special music which accompanies this
Graat Picture, and is most ably rendered by The WUERTH SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA,
Nicholas D. Falcone, Conductor
SHOWS -- 2:00.. 4:00.. 7:00... 9:00

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