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p'AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUMISDAY, FRJIUARY 10,,925

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UNVESTYGT
GREE1KPROTESTS
Athens tUniversity Condenmns Violence
of Turkey Against Oreek
' i eeeIa tics.
SENT TO ALL SCHOOL S

He's 78 tomorrow

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STwo protests from the Senate and
student body of the, National Univer -
sity of' Atheiis, Greece, hiave been re-
ceived by the University in a letter
from the Greek minister to the Uniteul
States. Th6 letter Which is addressed
to 'resident Marion L. Burton, read:
as follows :
(I have been requested to trans-
mit to you the following cablegram
from the University of Athens :
d'Senate of Athens university deep-
ly stirred by affront and wrong done
to Elcumenical Patriarch, trusts whole
of Christendom will express condem-
nation of this Turkish act of violence.'
(signed) Zenghells, Rector.:
"Thle students of the University of
Athens have also requested that I
transmit the following to the students
of the University of which you are
the head:
'The students of the National Uni-
-versity of Athena address vigorous
protests to their colleagues of uni-
versities throughout civilized world
against act of brute force whereby
Turks expelled Primate of our Holy
Church from his See whilch has been
respected throughout ages. This act
unhappily widens the breach between'
two nations, frustrating all efforts to
:rig ari Ins together in works of
~-~(a'e Wuru&our cause will have
.voI A iii; - t)i j i y ),,d stup1ort.'~
rf~.im~agKe~t t by T. Ch.'
~imopo~lo~, ( rco rriuister in Wash-
;st n hi ain -ent to lthe h'eads of all
ry iuic :ishies throughout the
? ou;.'t rlIay---l'ay your iSubscription
0a 0.a1y.

ROTAIGA GADENBone
GETS RARE[LAT
E erensof LCetflece 1ona tdBJY
Carnei16Institute hod U. S..
.. ~erbarium. "{
VOLUMESLSGVN
Specimiens of cactaceae, :carefully .
selected and authentically determined,!r
have been given to tte, botanical 4
garden t'hrough the coturtesy of Dr..
J. N. Rose of the Carnegie Institute!
ind the U. S. National Hierbarium, ands
will be 'gent to the U7niversity as soon;
as the .weather permits safe shliment.
This gift is considered very import-
tint from a botanical standpoint- as{
uaany .of* the Apeclnens are e~ception- ,
ally. rare and 'have cone from every ';
Part bof the world.}z
Dr. Rose and N~lf. Britton, director }".
of the New, York botainical' gardlen,,
the collectors of the plants, coin- ,';..
menced stu-dieA of, the acactoceao in'
1904, and since that time. they have' '
brought together an. unusually largey
group of speeimene. These hive'
been placed in Washington and*° Newv
York, and, cultivated in' order to se-
cure duplicates: Many of the dupi-=;.
cate cactus. planits which are being -7' -
sent' to the Univ'ersity had never be- More tro
fore. been seen either In 'the ftower, Herrin, :1ll
KThe collectors. of these specimnens ty boardc
have written a set of Books profusely: resign .tiob
i1uWrated with full page olored lklan shAril
';;latex gnd cts, describint 'the' entire
collection. of specimnens~ which they. stitute of
Secured: This set, consisting ;of four titled. "Th,
volumes has been'geven to the. Uni- andl Illnsti
vrsity library bay the Carnegie IM- Cactus Fay

Of, Contention1! Sundraderland Returns, Tells Postoffice Will
eac ue'Of Bar System in t earcgLaadnd
I CasesFor Notes
Candidates for the Bar in' England "The essetial dlifference between ExmntoIfa ag ubro
are ;not required take a c ourse for any ~the two branches," explianed the pro-' student laundry cases will be un~der-
i certain number of years as in the Un- fessor, "is that the barristers nevertke yAn rbrPtolcocis
te States, according to Prof. Edson i come- into direct contact with the innatmptocekh.pest
~'~'~"'" R.Sunderland of the LawNVschool w*tn Iclients while they, at the samne time,prtieothpatfmny-ote
recently returned. from England where are the only onies who are privilegedofsnigwtencmu-
f he has bVe studying the court sys- to speak in court. The solicitors deal chn nietecss uh, n
hut n~vcom:' n fr teirax- diecty wth.theclintsfl-ingenzents of the. lawe, where dis-
trt .. -*cm'ufr hi i-drclywt h let making all coveed, will cause the adresee to
r ~~~aninations Just as rapidly- as they de- the arraingemzents for the trial, such pypsaedea h is ls
> ;a~f" fa: isire and are admitted as soon as they es;collecting the evidence and srecur- paytpoagedulmae a the sendrt lasse
have fulflled" the prescribed re~qure- laeg the wtneses, anid theni turn Overtoafnof$0..
ti t !ments and passed the regular exam-1 the cae~s&tothe: barristers with nb o aInltwofintanesrecntldt'ced
l "rinati ois. eadtrth lei xiazee' an aiouiit averaging $3,00 each was
}; ,ry !The division' of the profession into
collected as postage due from -the
:a ~~te. two distinct branche~sof. barrist- Austin, Texas, F~eb. 9'.-Of the 117 adrestsee: .'A:C. Pack, Postmaster,
ers and solicitors is the most notice- I oyfs who rootki at Birckinr d e Hall. states that wvhen it is an advantage
'x~~~able drfflrence In the to stytn , n Umnvciaty tr6f Texas dotrnzitory for i to the sendler to have a letter ac-
,s ..',. the opinin of ) ' rSine~ln. tel ~ are doing 5it)n tlOVI tsi de comjpany a parcel, the letter may be
who' W 6nton to- explain that whileof1 cliol to holo pay th~eit, es ei"S !tied of atdt h usd f'h
t the" requ.;rrenients f'or Whe barris~ters thi otugh thO University. parcel and also that fruit or perish-
r weroa moire lenient, memlers of this able articles of any kind are not mail-
ibranch of -the profession were look-=PT4NzlP-L ~TRT~Sal nludycss
ed upron as somewhat superior to their -
boher solicitors whiich may account
{, < i prbr for .the fact that: many English-1
mi'cm leter the biar as btrristers Inere-I
ly for social positlpn and with no in-
tcn tionts 'of ever pacicng)aw.
____ oicExhibit (4YOU KNOW that the 192'5

Thomu~a.. L MoonG
United States' most electrical gen-
li will celebrate his 78th birthday
tomorrow. The wizard is expected to
spend the day. in a- quiet manner at'
his home. He was 'born Feb. 11, 1841;
MAKIELSKI W155PRIZE1
FOBRBEST OILPANTN
.iAt the annual exhibition for Midi -,
igan artists, being held in the Detroit
Institute of ar ts this month, Leon A.
Makielski, of tl:;e department of draw-
- ing aiidl iti:=tiig , was awarded the~
'Franck C. Hecker prize of $100 for the
{best oil painting of a figur~e suibject.
All organizations having space In
the 1925 'Enslan must hand ini their
memnbership roll;' typewritten on thie
provided blanks, before five o'clock
Wednesday, February 11.

)uble is being fomented in
l,,by the effort of the coun-I
of supervisors to farce the
1t of Georgcl Galligan, anti-
f, in favor of a pro-K. X. K:
Washington and Is en,-
Le Cactaceae-Descriptions.
.rations of Plants of the1
mily."

An ciilbit .o$,-'1ogaic work, which
was s ent here by the Revenna Uo~atc
company of Now Yor'k city, 1- now Oa
display inf the cflse Ir. the architectural
corridor in the, engineerint buildini.
Picture+ 6f the Ii9a1ah teml)i, with in-
terior and exteriolr vews, amro also on

'Enisiana will be different?

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f.indti~iely apparel a:re one thought in
th e mry~ of all.
H-iave your new suit or topcoxat tailored at
modcrate cost, and let us enjoy. the pleas-
ure of assisting you in your selection,
fromn the remarkable array of both foreign
and domestic fabrics that we have assemr-
bled for college m en, whether your re-
quirements be for dress or sport use.
". T~ade for You"
Suit pQThp.'bcoat
$28...7 and $3.7
'J. J. FRIEDMAN,
Sales Representative
~ HEEDWAR D TAIORE tog A ND
1724- Market Street Philadelphia, Pra. '

"Wajwil of adifrenc
jusaew cent ak!

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- Te Mmonel
ofCollege D ays
HA{RE is- a pen as imperishable as
thought--a fit companion of study
hourrs-a ready tool for the brain that
thinks and the handz that writes.
And when these ted-blooded days have.
long since dropped' over the precipice
-of" life into the abyss of timre, your
College Conklin Enidura will still be
-working for you,-an actuality sur-
rounded by' year-mrellowed memories.
$7.00 and $5.00.
Red,;Black, Mahogany. Fitted with
"the clip that can't slip" or, ring on cap.
try one at your favorite supply
store.
-THE CONKLIN YEN' MFG. Co.
TOLEDC(. OHIO
.. SAN FRANCICO
TO A, LONDON'
tARCELONA
tlm fowh l W ctuall "GuaraiUd

d-Qallthe' differe nce
betweenu just fan. ordi tiarcigardte

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cordu roy COats breeches', Le'athebr Jacket,
Blanket Shirts, S :we'aters, Moccasin Pac ks-and
High.To Shes, Puees, Heavy Wool4,Socks,
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oMunson Army OffiCers' dress
-R, Jandth and Cadet ShOes.w
dttst h oe for drilling and comfort.

iRattonal Cltothes
,fr t 'ze College Plan
ARE CORRECT
In Collegiate STYLE and TAIIRAICS
SEL4OUR .LXIII lIlT
of DIS2"INCTI VE I.4PORTE ' and DO7I LS-
TIC WOOLENS and all the NE W ES7
.1ODLLS at

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