TIIURSI)AY, XAJY22, ~ 2
THE MICIGTAN DAILY
WILL SPEAK HEBE'L
hDe r Dulois, Editor Of "Crisis,"
Secured lay S. C . A. For
GRADUATE OF HARVARD;
William P. 1. bu.3ij, renowned
throughout the coun try as a leader of
the colored race and as editor of the
(' ,risis, a magazine devoted to the ad -
i-ancement of the colored race, has
been securedl by the Student Chris-
t fan association to speak at the Uni-
versity service to be held at 7:30 o'-
clock Sunday in lill auditorium.
Dr. Du Bois, who is of coloredl des-j
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r l r l r i lam
courses in political science during the ~h1PffI
BEALLAH JIL GIE Sme session. Hie will be in char!,(:g ISe PRSTP WHEN
oacorein "Municipal Govern- LWII~tr
et"edaohri Gniet~ FGE xTO SD MD uropean Government." U U. et;; ~ F V~_0~LO
Prof. Janes C. Beallagh of the pol- Figures Indicate c : ,AlaskaJan..21-(By A. R)
itical science department of the Uni- -America's farthe ,t no. lcwspaper,
versity of Pennsylvania will give two DehI~ti ureacig the heoller, Alaska. Pion. 2r Scout, sus-
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courses in political science during the
1925 Summer session. Processor Heal1-,
hagh who hias a wvide rep utation on
this subject will offer a course in
"The History of American Diplomacy,"
and one in "American Political Theo-
Two courses in this department will
be given under the direction of Prof.
1. S. Reeves. Professor Reeves is cor'-
sideredl as an authority upon inter-
national affairs, and during the se-
cud semeeter and the summer of
1924 he ;as in charge of courses at
the Univer.-ty of The Kague. Ile will
offer a course in "American Govern-
anent," and one in "Public Interna-
Prof. T. H.. ReedI who has a national
reputation in municipal admninistra-
tion and organization will offer two
lwen'ed publication recently when its
Statistics recently compiled by the publisher, editor, composing room
Departmxent of Coxmneree show the force, pressman, advertising and cir-
1923 death rate for New York was =c lation manager and reporter, left
1,301 per 100,000 population, for Iowa for Seattle to complete a high school
1,028, and for Kentucky 1,190. The edlucation. Walter J. Marx, 17, held
death rate in the two former states all titel;e positions. The paper was
showed a slight increase over that of'sta~rted four years ago, was issued
the preceding year. In N w York and ;wveekly an(I had the majority of its 60
Iowa dliseases of the heart accounted ! ubscriber s in Norne. Teller is on
for the largest nu nber of deaths, i t" Sewaird neninsula, northwest of
while in KentucKy tuberculosis was !N0,11',
responsible for the greatest numbe:r.!----
In nonc of the three states v,7ee aut- A .
omobile accidents rcs4onihle f ;D!,at1k ie,-ad the vWant -'Ads
' he." a h~:~e 4 taken at t~lielhyvi1ie, 14., on Augusl
V~ :11 af~;~'ar is its vario~is SISg7CS.
7, ;t 4 et, give an ldea (i how t he solaar eclipse oi ,Jan. 24
Y t% L- 7 *T CI A a 1- 1V" %
cent, is a graduate of Fisk university ~1i
and1 Harvard, university from which nc( (l vo;erfly b Hon sr rafonas- rPtion in Alumni Memorial hall for
I a week or tra tans, beginning Friday.
lie received a Ph. D. degree in 1895. sociate >c c= Maary of the stidenit Chriswek oFtnEdys beinnngFriay
lie has also studied in the University ;turn association. iN VLIJILIIi On Friday the exhibition will be open
of Berlin and served as professor of R-~preofenmahive ;of the famous Ford nrrjfV riin Ii from 1:30 to 5 o'clock and on Satur-
economics in Atlanta university front 1O(' eM'., n e gro orgaaizationi in De- fj1jjL I~ jf~j day from 2 to 5 o'clock.-
1896 to 1900. At present he is engag- trot hl vo beten secured to sing old y The annual meeting of the assocla-
ed as editor of thle Crisis, a national- i~i- ~o ite lcdies «ani religious songs j tion will be hield Thursday, at which
]y known magazine related to the race for t t.' Universty . service, and E1liza- s'ai1ington, ;Jan. 21-(By A. P.)- time officers for the year will be el-
problems in this countr y. Dr. Du libis bet b lam ii tan and Wilmia Seedorff, of jInaccii'acies and even falsehood in; ected. Tea will be served to the nwem-
is also the author of the "Quest of the' Battle Ci cec. vil1 play a violin-piano' medical stories p~uhlished in newspap- b ers of the association at 3:30 o'clock.
Silver Fleece,'' ''Darkwater," "The; duct, ors and the attitude of the press in
Negro,' "The Gift of tly lBlack Polk," - gvn lot niie pc o h I ~l'I ~ i~IIT
an Jh rwn"Tn rnfi ni nr sn aticnal, though unltruie, news of L lt ~III
At th (eiea Dsusin :H iiIaleg-ed discoveries of cures for tuber-
A:teUniversity service Sundlay, ufliING
D r . i~ u J b o s i l l s p e k o ' A f r c a n (:t 1 1 0 is a n di c a n c e r , w e r e (d e n o u n ~c e d ~ v J D R A N I G
Di. u Bos wll il l~ al on Ai'rca ind }}}fff} here by Dr. Morris Fishbe i ., editor of
A 1 1eica. lTe Q ; vi. e will be th~e L1 U P~I the Journal of the Amnerican Medical-
fifth of the 1924-25 series under the!_____ association, in anl address before the' arepantig b, l Dth at
auspices of the Student Christian aas- taepiinsyolDtc ms-
sociation. Special music will be fi1- In accordance withi the program of tA1merican 'Society ofi' Newvia~~per lFdi- V ers are being shown in an unusual
nished for the evening. lnsaig te 1amu, which was tor exhibition at the Detroit Institute of
A forum for the frank discuission - i . cd la,.t. fall following, plans work- F-bi ad htfv leedI~ 'ie clecin cnan
ofteeducational, economic, and in- (S d .tby l it kin k.& Mto.oY CiV Id(irek11 tirl oidan a"i nvfaici; emereih Rmrat
ffthitg' cancer have been rI..;3~t',tF ' 1Uh five F'rans tas, two Terborchs, an
duistrial condit ions of the Ne,4ro ini=mlao l~dk ans have been moved to t ~!h rs 1u~' cIs CJado te ra
America will lbe held in the afternoon i. !,('w locationi near lill auditorium. 1 abb a 1pinig
at4:5o'lckSndy nLaehat 'h four trees formnerly stood onl the ' 'itha(:til ereo s ne~t the S51. ;ht est miasi era of the Dutch school.
tuetantonpol a re 1 ests ;ide of the (iagonal walk near ..ceriflc evidence that. any aoneof Th lction i sidto be one of
''eiall interested in racial piroblemis 1th0e od Medical building. ;them is a SlpniOilc t.re ament or ('tte the fInest ever exhibited in Detroit,
jeiyof the 6disease c onicernted in an y hh.'ng
"tre invited to this meei. Dr. 1)i1 Moving of the trees were postponed and the arts commilission and the mu-
g. ~~even remaotely lreaxnllin the degree
Iiswhisin a position :ofleader- utlcl eahr loig the men - !t .hcidpitel nioi n s~eum ta fare endeavoring to amohavi
shpaogthe negroctirens of the ,t o freeze a zhuge ball lof earth, weigh- ti o d~ip hblea (cim i Ithie maximum num~ber of peopleb.see
country, is a through scholar in econ-- ing lieiia five to six tons, around the the exhib.ition before it closes on
omics and political science r oot,;s, thus eliminating danger of in- p i1 Jan. 25. Thus far the :exhibition has
To Atddress Vusses , ury to Oth- toe. The four trees . are of CGjlubToEx ibtkeen well attended, 1,600 to 2,000 wit-1
Dr. Du Bois will add'ress everal go£?od size, aniging from 40 to 45 feet 1 ness .ing tho collection daily.
classes in the University on Monday.; in height, a from 10 to 12 inches in Iireasures Ofii-rt' ---_________-
A banquet, to be attendled by person; diaiiieter.- - Art woric done by first-year" stu-
usually interestedl in the race prrob- ';------ - Th.e Ann Arbor art association ha3s dents of the AtI Institute of Chicago
1em, will be held Monday evening at Clumbulis. Ohio, Jan. 21.-Percy secured from the American .Federa-1 is now on display in the Architect-
Willets' restaurant. A perinanenti cluban l1,1:a-nt 1hor of "The Plastic Age,"I tion of Arts a collection of more thanI urn. corridor. The work was sent
for discussion of racial questions miay; will ,,teal;to isutents at. Ohio :tate 60 block lVrints and 30 De Fries etch-i here onl request of the Architectural
b~e formed at th is time, it was annou.- univers ,ity in thie near future. ings, which will be placed on exhibi- college.
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