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SATURTDAY, JANUARY 24, 1925

THE MICI-JGAN DAILY

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PTTERSON LEAVES
FOR IRELAND SOUN!

A ssistanlt E~4'1IJ1of Enginieering
Ieg'e Will Visit, III Liver-
ili

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WI3LL TOUR CONTINENT!
Prof. G.eorge W. Patterson, a ss7ist-
"ant deanl of thle er. ineeriing coll,',,,
wh o was grantedl a leave of aec
for the second 1sc mn ester by the 1>51 r
of Regents will salH with nrs. Pazt-
terson can- the Cunniardl liner Coronja
for Cork, Ireland, 'Peb. -1.4. Dean P
tcaron e'xpect s to spend a few day:;
'n thei vicinity of Cohrk, af swb ich
they will go to L i vcpool , ng., whboee
their sum., Roi)17. , x- 3)s a U n-
i ted States (consn5under1110Consul-Gen-
cral L. J. Kee.na, 6~2.
FI oinLiAverpool)1 Dean Pat I rso1
and Mrs. Patt er caa will go to (1 reec e

President And His ATew Secretary
' . fis.9i "" ' .
:~ ~e' Ianlry fIni iaisld g ati e; n1 i
Arr.(>151W ' . " {(115 I K'Ofe 51'- 11 h
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l The
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gil(d Egypt where tlb y xviil '1w,)CfiI a
few Wveel us]c insp(flg dbe 1)o ,er ow-,.
lcfllonmenf s on lb 0- Nile riveri, and
,) , isi bly visiting Jeruisalem and Con-
^ tantinople. Thle- vill return to Eng -
land in thle Fsxing" by way of Italy
andl France. Dea Ptler" Cso ld1(1that
tentative plans weove being ma de to
spend the fi rst IEalt of the sun; iiru
in Norwaly.
Prof. Jhetxoo ReI. Running;, of tide
1f iat' Win 7at iCS d(l"Op;;nt nt1, ihas i
'appoinlted by lDe ma (IOofiPV ,to Inl:o
(lliarge of 1t71e0(lilt iC:soffthe la'sit alf
dean until 1Professor l'tltc ;on ,
Stulrns in September.

qiay; ,:,B oll: Do you alpprove
ol, the acthin of tI1e Interfra ternity
r council in g iving he older fratecrnities
11a01re Votes1, 0ord{lo you think that all
.110111( be equal?
Wbere :aske+d : On the camplus. !
--"1 111111k all frater niti es Should got:
din c0trial ole. A llltorllit y is si1iply;
a frater'nity, Uand I hel, inte (rests 1a1e
eqpual, regarydless> of their nuniber of
j 011 Onthe Icampus. Tbhe ]menfare
cnly are i'iuryears, so that ielu-
hoI 1'o :OCc t iz;.P~ii 1 ne;:a ie:no in ore
exle ,('i otd t Ii.:i lla Kc (f y0,I uge r
c1ider fratern iies('shouldhWTbare110o0'
11101-ilo!' din tilction which I fthlli
r.;lily w1og;.-; to t '' l.
since rheoa , or class svste-1 is thec
very basis on which fra ternlities are
foulndedl. ' s sonn ;; young fra I 011111
t ies rift1l to0on ?1{1 a ge, they will he
deserivinfl wm11e10voltes.'
lrvilg Zhxl~zalls, 'G---ibelieve the
vet es(of ;al lio11111(1he eq nal. Es-
tabliah11nellt 0il('OfllipliS (10es1101 110''-
essarily inca 11 t 1'at the older 'fater-
11102 iare 111011' (capabTle (of d(leli jg a
trent (giic-t con.lAfter all, lb os qua _1,
,ie;which nmake for the. intoliligexit
l3; ?lihug Of intcrl1'at era it y 1)1l~oI 5
adIC Present ill eciual quantity :1) the
y'cu ges rganizaltion (i.''
All01 0. Wi] halils, '27.-- - J Ifra -
~e;oi h; lul ahhave hcrn oii the cam-1
ii 1 15years demervoe a (di(ti onlvotes,,
nifr thleir' stand onl ml erh'rat'rnlily l~o-
3?'eT'i: slOiild tbe 111(110c ultllcritivO I 11211a
ti jult t(f} 10 Ily-s Osd(rganTiz -
i oils.'"
the lowering; of ii gs aaIt :l'2 toiow;11
of kwhistle:;,thr'ough ill[Ilte 1Ullion fl I
Soviet. Re publics Imashed thhi'io r of
620 p.inl. Tb y;; i ' ,ayear 5 a ftr
1 Grn d (ied.

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Enters Grand pert

aAigier Compares AUOTITHPfNf
Court System Of IL~.IUIL
U.IS. With British TO BE USED IN SiW

W. Aigler, of thle law school, in an;mgapy.innel'
interview yesterday afternoon lament- ?pufi nto operation in the sli: ~ a
ed the fact that the United states, Iallnolnccl yesterday by tl.1 aei
which ordinarily considered itself'(,o tiei;B.
b)e s0oiprogressive, has so tar failed ill Theaclay before the cut-aJveri
this irespect. !'i heautomatic phonels a.to cal
! b u w e r g , e c p j z - I i j o e b o i h al :eed, "' a m easure was passed by the C''an; ges w ill be distributed. :. b - :
British pariament which01 provided for > i; der tile new system wvill all ad
the absolute eliminationi of tile old feir disits and the letter sysU i'
(listinction betwreen real and personal; be discotinuledi.
Property to which the American courts Before the cI~migoe is miae hI<c-
still tenacisusly cling a5 the-y Ihave Iuoneonipany, will send a .
evr tneIhexy colpcd their standard ithey te. m la "fly3ing ;squadron1 ." hi

Designating the American court
system as decidedly antiquated in
COnluarisoil to the British system, es5-
plecially in the field of property righ_,ts
and thleir administration, Prof Ralpih

from tlhat of Gr eat Britain. In this
casie, the Amuerican sy.tema continues
to hold to a principle which was laid~l
dtown ('CutlrioCs agpo in Englandl and

sqiuadron will consist of a rt.~'
of men who will instruct sonegn.
her of each household in the use of
tl)e, automatic )hone. I

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X~iLon the new atmtclb
ph one system which i en etl
eJl in Ann Arbor by th~e Michga
Bell Telephone company spoges

John Charles hovs, wichl was (lone away vwi th by the,
K (i ;<)051' ~ ~2 new 'Ithit 1 ,,lw of twI is :55ago.'' Ir"c. z6' . ,"'t
( r i ,' Pt' . i ''f(I'25e LOh I fc I Mh p Iescor igler al ni ) i}(lted out
c1.inr~d ;C~tH'' ;;ne IntS o'gen.eral n ithe mnater of gnrladlnitiis- 4 DofS ui
eM. f ,rn cgagoSits ivtW' B l'~It_' .i, ion (f justie i n (evolysort of case, F IoXVI of 0
1<'. X12"I'I a ~:lc'.a~ 1 '1 OW h Aeian courts are known to
be at lFast a ce ntur y bhiindlthe Brit W 11evr ma
(isia Ci',a-.~ . .. .A. ink icourtis illtthe dispatch and certa-of botvey ea w
'I'-'a'~ O1IIV f iamfI inty(of th e rndition of (liluete jus- I givlng za lbowl o o
r 0 i t;e:orI ge admitted ()>A Ota i inter a'cd (ellut ; r I I d supetr. U 9
ma ir-hi;l, is tho father of an anti-cig-; the t 1.., was., oIely adding his critic- the cold weath. er e i s.'t
a. o!t( bill rec'ently introdluced into the 15211 to I h t or ima:ny others whoi have ; anT hig yoi wl pD e.. .
I elt ;'l:tre. .Kiaidlmuchland done little, lhe attrf- better thant t~nice riaa
imtedll ts itiJaiiloI)largely to thle fact Ji
>"xt',s:h. am 2.-l'110e, Oct*llthat any revolution of' the system C ho ofou
(: I i 'ftiba el'tto oz' a $5t)00,i00 i)3tll-- wouid necessitate radical changes in
rug as a,111011101 ail to " 1011105 A. Ed(i - the le fislati1v0 system which iln turn -.Iwieteivetrtl ie a
Van's. letei1\Clt0' tl livs ha Wo el 15111 soa great dcdeal of effortJ 8{.
I 1 )m ol)0d. a1( I l'so"" Ch. , X fl
HAVE Y'OU ;J'JSCIII;) Y~JTE Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
toda23y.

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UNIVESITY TO INSTALL
SPECIAL X-RAY fHI1J
miciliganr is one of tilie eight colleges
and1( Ca nadla to install X-ray dill 'lcl Puq
eqhiiliuents, according to an a ,rt i lie
in the Janiuary issue of thle Michig an3
Techniic. Tbhe a ppar1atu s is to lie fur -
nished by the General I-',etiic (w'e,
parry.
Tfhese e(hliplnents, accor'dinlg to11
-Technic, wuill make it possible' to pho-
tograph 15 X-ray patternis at on:',
and( general researches can lie con-.
ducLCed in the fields of physical chemis-
try and ulnetao lu,.rgy. It was atl" tie e
:searceh laboratories of the )Cenferal,
11ilectric c'ompany thlat this inetllod oh'i
studying cr'ystal structure was de-'
X'0l(Ihd.4
PHRVDE 3OY C RIJER
OUNION BLRO

Union rail ev :'~o i i" ~la:s 5
J-I"Op .breakfast, lni , 1..i:
Ci C'' tt ''ti ' .'t e l b
x w'w .oIelie 'lii I7
15(111 2 ci :, Ith a e -.ii il C'VaO 1 O,,,2 .2' 'lc i
j f t. olv , ,i se a h n
(~ru~,1a~7 I;f11:01 \ il seve illt 'l I ilt i" oraS(h711s
^l. 1 t>1 i, . CilMI .e[llnWtf nll 5 i'"l lea!11I1ed
.: oj i ~ai' :)t e;fit1; 7'(; .21t' %Vt ,1 1 t'. s e .
j I 1t.7-: a(i' st will irolI' 1)1y an lie te i'dati listric~t.

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~~' ' Ti ,p ore 5swwe0 imay be lllovidftOP
. for cotiples wishingr to sit out (1iflces,
t.ihe Uniou hiasniade the private d ne;-
bgroomii adjoinin, tihe ballro om oni
tihe second floor into a cozy c:onfer0.
Rugsl~, dav e lports, anld easy :11' have
Sbeen plallcd inl thlis 1'oom1, : d, the11
lightinug fixtures have been (c;1 :piay;c:,l
Sto ma1ke the lig;ht more50sa~bdii;u.

I or Sale in Lots of
50 or 100 by
Addrecss Ordecrs to Box 35

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seen a Magic
.uig soar above =3
-ie city bearing a
hief and a Prin-
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Have you ever
yen a white hcl se
.rwin gsfly th
~clouds?
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NOW SHOWING
Romance, Adventure and Unbelievable Magic

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Diplomna Fees Thw
Febriuar y 'senioi s iinl ie ("')(dofo
1"tication arie rr~le ist(':I to)11:,vv ibeir
diploma andl te:1ca r's cartt i fI 11fee -:;
immeiidiat ely 51) tilit- receipts r:: -Iv i;e
retu rn ed to M is s o d r t r ; !' , ')v t y 14 l. r
Krug xwill be in thol a'' in '1a ni
hal bet wo('c t: 2i)u~ 121:3 c'lo'Iii
morning's, a!l7a'ilv;:con 2:'10 -J 8
o'Clock a ft'noons.
iBlauks for all eticms(xpe(ct ing to
be reof'.o in1endst t'or "'heor 'is' '
tificate at the 0en( of the pr,eent 5.s'-
inester are eing iissued10( now 1from CIt
office of tihe school0. Thie c 'tifieat:;
fee is $2 and the(dipllomla 01', $10,)

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< <1w ch-e---oh, If, yo1u1 kRIow how
11 ' f:n;na{ii Cox. F'uni It's ia reg'ua iihr hiliquakw!
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First Filf-A COMED~iY 1 MAW h
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OF A WOMAS
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N days gone by-woman's
timge-received little consid- "
erition- she did 1all the f lcly
baktling every Friday and Satiis-
(lay--bcc:-iusc_ in that day i was {
econiomical. lBnt todlay, ou(in .
Bremi lad ca"behad for I s;5 111(1cy
than it Nvotild c(10141. to bake Irresh+
every (dAY. 1Ph( me e,10 fotr''
liry.l

Have you ever
seens Magic ropes,
livre dragons and
bats as big as ele-
phants?
Have you ever
seen ane. "i v t,"ie
cloak?
This ba ifi
stowy of 9ac
d-,
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I .and unbelievable

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FAIL1Y FORD IIIVIIESTRA
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You1 inever laughed
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