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F I 1 IDA ' rANT'Al'Y 3 a 192-

THE MICHIGAN

DSAILY

FRIDY, ANUAY 2, 125 _________________THE iCHGANPAGE TIMR

dSUJPPLY MQRNEY FOR
WORK IN RESEARCH
:-aulty )Membiers, Advanced G~raduiate
Studenfts tec il-e sums
CASTE GIVEN $1,000
-Several sums of money, totalling
. 1,850, were granted for the purpose
tai' special researches at a meeting o1
the executive hoard of the Graduate
school which was held Wednesday
afternoon. The money will go to mem-
bers of the faculty and advanced gra-
duate students who are interested in
such work. The gift was grantedI from
. iend " which was recently made av-
ailable for this purpose.
The executive hoard admitted two{
applicants to candidacy for the de-I
;gree t6f master of engineering, and 13
to that for the doctorate.
Prof. E. C. Case of the geology de-
partment, was granted $1,000 for ex-I
cavation work in U~tah during the
lp. summer. i-e has obtained from thej
Department of Interior, through theI
+ advice of the Smithsonian institution,
permission to excavate for three mon-
ths in the "Dinosaur National Monu-
ment," in northwestern Utah.G
This quarry is the one from which1
the celebrated dinosaur now in the1
S museum of the Carnegie institute at
Pittsburgh was obtained, and from
vrhich the national museum at Wash-
iligton and the University of U~tah
1tv recently obtained other skele-'
C~tonls.
.,.urs Prof. IT. A. Bartlett of the botany
department, receivedl a grant in part
payment of the expenses of a botanist
to accompany the expedition to Utah.
C. 0. Erlanson of the boatny depart-
ment, has been chosen to accompany
Professor Case on this expedition.
A sum of 'money was granted to
Prof. W. 14. Hobbs of the geology
_ department, to defray the expenses 'ofl
',. M. Gould, who will make a geolo-
fgTcal study of the mountains in southI-
ern Utah.
'~rProf. A. G. Ruthiven direct or of the
_ museum, waol grantedl money to de-
fray the expenses of W. J. Clench, and
W.R. ,Tones, who will go to Washing-
ton to (10 certain research work con-
>- cerning experiments which are now
'being conducted in the museum.
1 Campus
Credo
Tcoda-y's question: Would you pre.
4,er, to see a better type of vaudeville
at Ann Arbor movie houses, with the
price of tickets adlvanced to 75 cents' ?

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ates,2 21Foreign PTF
And Pacific Islands no [ [CI

!Starts 1926

Boom lAstronomers
See Eclipse
1 Line Of

' Zii sInterest in the eclipse is increasing
as the time of its occurrence ap-
From proaches. Prof. 0. L. Dust heimers, lec-
ture on the "Solar Eclipse of January
'TotaliIY 124, I25" Nv: ;broadcasted by radio

Students attending the 1924 Sum- the following countries had one stu- -
ier r c.sson repr~eseanted 45 states and;i (lent registeredl: 13ulgaria, England, ;EIgh aen Sut~jeets Will be Offered by
21 t oreoign countries as well as theIY gyrt, Hungary, Java, Korea, Mexico, ; Department for 192 Summier
i~~ip~n n iaaln sad, P 1~ oland Rounwania Samoa Scot land, ' Sesioni
11.iippne ml awaian sladsPor I Iurke y, andi Ti'aguay.
tO ando 21( the d(l icVL ofColumbia,______
u.Cceora lg to a list. of student s recent - - SEVEN IN PHILOSOPHY
iy C .. llfPU I ( by the C &hversity author-
hlies. VJ1 UjIGui OU IV!U UJ lVfl L Increasedl inte;-est in lpsychology
oE hfstont li courses has resulted in an enlarged
weirc roi la i~a r;. FPIVothera states criuu ob fee hs(e
w e ecah l res,-nted by rmore than HIR 9 COI atletdrn h 91 uni2ss
(;iC hun~died studti(Leatat. the last Slim- ,IDOn. curigumtoebcofred billhe giv-
lner~sessio;i. The :atistics show 181 G~,(. scllctt, 1.21L, was last sum- en uinder the (direction of Prof. W.
froin M\1ichigan, 27:1 from Ohio, 1381 ier appointed aiting dean of the Coin- 13. Pillsbury, Prof. C. 11. Gi iflit ts, Prof.
tri'O: Illinois, lo2tfroin New York, and
A~~~~~~~l~~ p~hto Nnyiai n n larative Law ;school of China. Iin- 11F. LIDimmick, C. E. Ragsdale, Dr.
10 ic~ i '7fe nly sty~iaanesdI'lIr-et nediately after his gauainheeIMartha Guernsey, Adelbort Ford and
he joined( the taculty at. that institu- H.I1 R. Mayberry.
(AI Wti':' lochd'Is a .l, l~ela wai e, .xndtion , and vwr:,,U. the samne timle adlmit- Ini addlition to trho fundainentali
tedl to (hio Anilcan Liar association. c resi 3hi u" 't, clre iI
1 1insmaledi the li s5iof for J-11coI.I - 1fis appoini fieiit c(amle as tCoeresult the 'OiT!! in exlpeH1'irenl al py1): gy
rigs with- .:;3 stucient s enr'olled (luring iof the furlough of' Dean A4.W. w.131nme. 1pnychol'ogy of 11he abnlorn.al sid loc-
the 1924 Summer session followed lby At a dinner giveil in his honor re- cult, plsychology of aivo. t. ing, pr~y-
('anadaz twith 25, Japan, 11, India,- ) c' 0011 Dr. Sellett stated that t he fu- + chology o1f nianla emnlc, p yt hlogy
Arg entfin;,and tSouth Africa *4 each; ire judges of Chlina xvwill boechosen of salesmanshi p, WL c ag.,a.
Coluib ia and fBlivia., 2 cli11 while; from Chinese l aw sudlent s and that act er and p~sychology of Vol it ion. All
-the adni mistraftionol' law will also (opp~rttunit y for rhclicn ii .t inerec a ii;
clIass. I believo the pr'oseni. price of be in thai a hand's. Hie also asserted (advance work in t his ini1;Jct \will b)e
the movies in Ann Arbor is su flicient1 that the ,ncient criminal lawv of Ch ina offered in a sen i w at'C111'w ;i ho
for whiat one2 "nets ot".~ of themr. I is older than the Romian law, bill. that psychology of reascnmn2
do not1)b1lieve iudentls can afford to it is unisuited(1for present-day condi- Seven ('olrics in lh 110: to)hy uillfa o- ut t eivueileat" K' h nwciit~llw a enFvl arlgtel7l~c
Fayett e L. Coykendall,'2717'.--"-'Yes. c~dilfie(, it is based upon the Jap~an- id~ert thedir ce lion of 1Pi o .1IM, rr.ne -
It seins as if Ann Arbor is large en- ese law which was copied from that I ley, Prjof. ;t. W Seli ,,s, 1 ci. 1. 'i.
oughi, withm the studlent blody behind! of Germany. Notwithstanding c~haos i Farlce, and W1. . ''')
it, 1.o havye more vaudeville of a bet - in other directions, Dri. Sellett ( pre- The cour'ses cffer'ed in hli.; su~jO('t
ter clan:,. It is a paity ghat We have' dicted, that it will not, be long beforeI will includ e a course in he c ntl rilc-
to go to D~etroit to see 1 a. fir c(lass of a decision will be arrived at for the tion to phlilosophyw, oflbicsr, 0 at het (5,
vaudeville." adoption of either the civil or corn- logic, the history oi l llijosouli;'r inc'e
Mary Rena. Kellogg, gr'ad.--"As a lmnon law for time general rise of the ' Kant, cont einpol ary ilosophV, 211
goodl st udent who seeks occasionial countrmy.: sys:temlatic nhilosophy (1 relfsigoi.
mIee; eat ion in the movies, I wouldl The Comparative Law School is the -____ ___
wld m yiake cmye rt eration founwd iin iChina. 'It iformisc a (dparimnent of Soo- 'hisLays, the Sala Y!Vof J' j)veai'r :
the ovis adisinctbenfit Stch chow university, a leading missionary to bal'11'1),c_ cYaI
showvs as are nowv offered repel rather linstitution. Since 1920 a. number o01 ' ? niisaioai{:, lhari's I' O a
than at tract ."' graduates of this school have come
annually to do gradluate work at Alni
Tirana, Albania, Jan. 22.---Thme as-1 Arbor'.
senibly today gave a vote of confidence
to the cabinet headed by Ahmed Zogu. I London, Jan. 22.-The report that
Herbert H. Asquith probably would;
Pay youlr Daily 1bscriptioll. ; accept a peerage has been revived. ;

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Members of the staff of the U~niver-
sity observatory have made extensive ;, 9~ ~ Plfl fi
plans to observe the solar eclipse u~ I~ ~ rtV
which will occur tomorrow morning,i
according to an announcement by HN HUAID HOE O
Prof. W. J. H-ussey, (director'. ___
Professor Curtiss and 1 0iloug Willi PrJf. (G. P. Baker, for many years
use the 37 inch reflecting telescopeI director of the47 Workshop at Har-
at the Observatory tor p~hotograp~hingI vard iuniversity and author of several
the spectrum of ie sun. 1.r. Ruu'sy books dealing with the drama, was re-
will see the plie 0ilinon01 from the I Gently presented wvithi a purse of $I,-
"thumb'' (istrict 4thftlis :state, niwzo'100 byhis formner workers and, associ-
Bad Axe, which is, near the line of ate a in the Workshop at a reception
totality. ! otitiiled "'1 ,e !,ast Act." Professor
Mr. Metcalf -will go to his home on ! fake.r has acl c a position at Yale
the eastern shore of Lake Huron in i but the fie 22 lU as been given him to
the region of totality and will take !buy jbookr z:)T the drama for his own
with him a camera for obtaining p~ho- Ipv°ivate il< : ry and not for the Yale
tographis of the eclipse. Professor 11s ibay
siter will go to Stratford, Ontario.
Professor Hussey plans to go somte- G A D 0 T (
where eas.t, of Buffalo, New York, r~ ~ ~ ~
where thlere are a n~utileir of large 0 1)- r 1)RAMLATISTS' TIHEATRE, Inc.

I e t :: ]c.- ,1.,slu:''e afeady begun f -
- .fo 1t;" cayhture' co~itrol of the house
xo . ;'Iwesli5'tat ;v(S iin the 112election.
\V illi ii A. (11411 ld, representative
t em Ai 1Lh.in.,a . an.J Democratic
it, ci i oliinan of'the Deinocratic
(c iigie sicmal ecampaign committee.
F~red City of Danzig, Jan. 22.-De--
suite the alleged efforts of Poland to
boycott; it, Danzig's spring fair will
opn 7 Feb., 5.
IAr 12N iTrPtE vt 'nn' 7'652 '

scx'vatorie. Nearly all the morn ,ern
of the staff will take smnaIlIf felfatopus
j vitli them, for the rprose of exam-
!iing the corona visibly.

Presenuts
"Y 'E GOOSE HANGS HlIGH"
By Lewis Beath
With
ornuuj rlTrevor and Mrs. Whiffean

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AMUSKFNT;CINTE- - N-ARBOR-
4, -._rl l MR~~ainee, 35c
t :9-uI DEvening, 50c
Singuari Classifiction

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Equal-Not Even
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QuaMlity. Dress Clothes
T Kirschbaum
'Tuxedos
$45-

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NOW SHOWING
Romance, Adventure and Unbelievablc Magic
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. .............................seen M gi
.:: Rug soar above
the city bearing a -
"1"Thief and, a Prin,
Bess?
................................. H ave you ever
seen a white horse
$2:wihSwng fly thru
...........: :i the c o'ds?

We Know Thait
'Tis Is a Daring
(l'all , Bat True
:Ncverthlcles

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WITH Ea
JACK HO LT
ERNEST TORREICE
LOIS WILSON
NOAH BEERY
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Where asked: The tipper studyI
hall of the Library.
'l'ie aswoers : Walter Auer, '27.---_
"A special, first-raite act would justify,
atn occasional raise in the admission
trice, but this should not serve as anl
exclise for boosting the price for ev--
cr'y medliocre show that plays Ann
- Arbor. Only the best are worth 75
d (ents.''
JIoseph Weiss, '28.-"No, I believe
that the present type of show is eni-
l ertaining; enough. By raising the
pr'ice, no doubt many persons would
be deprivedi of the bensefit of seeing
l-he perftormanc'es."
ucy Ann Cochmlin,'.-"N, I amt
not. .iterested ini vauldeville of any

New Models, All

Sizes

Gross Clothing Store
309 South Main

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and youis
Dant-e
in Chic!l
So
Graceful
that they
seem almost
to Dance
of themselves.

Have you ever
seen Magic ropes,
live dragons and
bats as big as ele&
phants?
Have you ever
seen an" invisibe
cloak?
This beautiful
stor of romance
abounds in happen,
ings of astounding
and unbelievable
magic.

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"THE BEES KNEES"4
11. C. W itwer's I eunous Telephone Girl eries
Augmiented Topical Visual News
Orchestra Sketches Events

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CHILDREN'S MATINEE
Saturday-2 :00-3:40
Come F ari) and Reinter You Are Going to
t et 4hie Thrill of Your Life

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"TO 0 w4ROW' S LOVE"
--UEiTH FEATUVRE--
Fly Ford
'I fie fll of tifee Zeiglield Folles~
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MACK SENNETT COMEDY
SYMP HO-JAZZ ORCHESTRA
KINOGRAMS

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