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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1925

TIIE MICI--IIGAN DAILY

T~lE I~hIAN DALYGG, KVIEN

Bates Calls British Courts
Too Strict F or Americans

DE c la a'ing Ithat the 'ilic coi'
co-I yste111ws anl excellenIt oll' as we
as one which works oilt adiiraly ill
_England, Dean I lenry AT. Pate;, Hlt
of the -law school, stated yesterday in
.an interview, that hie(lid niot beClieve
it would fit the American state if,
mind, largely because of its exi ri'in
rigidity which. would be resented by
most Americans.
"Both the British systemiiiwith iits
barristers and Solicitors and the
"American system without these dis-
tinctions in the profession, have dis-
tinct advantages for tihe country ill
which they are used," explained thme!
Dean. Developing this idea he point-
ed out that the British courts had
three main ~,advantages as follows:'
1. Greater specilalizatioll made
possible by the division of inemi-
bers of the professionhint o the
barristers and solicitors.
2. Freedom from con iect iof
with restricted interests such c s
corporation and other similari or-

P Rtof rcplrach oni those engagedl
< ; .si in after life.
:]. Less pf.ersonal animosity (dne
S6) time imp~ersonal way ini which
1f Ic ]ha rrist ets handle the cases in
(011 rt (Clue 1to te fact that they
no ''( (pler'sonal connection with
'l~ 'Ie count erba lancing lpoints of
,'.v11 tiut";e poinmted out by Dean Bates
t i)te Am mm (rican sy steim were as fol-
.1 Greateri sal islact ion for the
(1>lst 5,w1 o wold p lrobably lpro(-
1cm'r ioohlve their case handled by
u'Qa'e onle whoin they know.
2. More in keeping with the
'(lemiocr.i ;i idealIs of justice andl
he g~'e-ia not ions of thie Ameni-
c-t~..? rotl as a nation.
2. G ,ca ter ela st icity and free-
;deo,> the lacks of which in the
I 2 y cI em wxould lbe rejected1
Zj ) ' flwit Ar ewie'can business men
N(,!!ci as other p~rofessionial men

Gains Influence
. In ItaizCnA 4:i_,
2 /

1l1 ('a 'pums, eand Idoul'es I aml-
;}all on Cia:_( eat. 'T1me fol lowing
11:5 I c'lc uTist fe 1played otiffby 1'ebril-
I Ttmaitt 1 4 s . l. I w x'l, -'',2 4-;
i~185 ; 1'riio ',. I.{ lv. '. (l"'e)0*-"!-
Gcoldeatalr, 115vs. IhnhweiI, 5~I
v , !' >-W vs. ' ood, >{)15; l."
I'.1.'agu~s,29~7,.Jvs.,iE. Iigim,
874 ; .iods 'S v>. 11. tzea I,
t5 1 -It; t'o'i * ,k:141Mv'. A ..a 1W
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V v..C t lva (i''\g(l,2397-W ; hiand-
;, ,..,, ;" T .. . F ..Sonkinl-Le(vine,
11 .~ S 'x ath-r- I U r', 13:4-lR.
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T' ~~~I'k ljz-~in,
1 -~ s.I t ~ ~-1Uml s,3271-Jd; Se-
1. l :yl''.814- tvs. La pp-HL nmmcl,

tourmnment is oirganized. Thiis inno-
vat ion istHe l'(siiit of req1uests from
maniy p~livers who were unable to;
pilay in thle (Class A tournament. No
layev(r who participated in the Clas
A t:)Inrnaiacnt will be allowed to p~lay
'a ;' I: B toumrnment. Eaclh
p Venter ligandilpliying Itheir1
rI 1ilOl : ofgamnes XwillI rcei;ve 50 p~oinit s
on1 tike all--rear'd ' 10'!g (lal't. A
toill- i5(d)iiilbe awarded the chain-_

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.A fraternity Class IB basketball '----

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Com'plete film. (.Jbcad ,;<ad purse
1 09 XcSt 1-.lrty

W'arkI
P~ool

On SwimJiming
P-rogrcss s

1Za rh eni the Union swiuming pool
is pi of -(-escfi'a lpidly. The tiling has
huffncdone around the sides of the 1)o01.
Light. fix um'es are being installed and
st eam ifitters aIrc putting in the radia-
toi"°. The floor of the pool is not til-
ed, yet.,
r ipes are fitted in t he shower room
<iml m',)are leghnfminlgto work on the
''for tne walls. The walls andl
c(il;rid; ofiia hebalcony above the 1)001
a.' e arly 11iilhed.
HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBEID YET?

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WVALK-OVER'S FI FTI ET1H AN N IVE RSARY~
~y/Taik-Ive

®ACLOSE S Eui'o1e is beginnin)g to eal 11i
AC3P.mADVERT'ISING AT 3 P.M Federzone "The Rising Star o Italy.
because of his gr'owing i mponei

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SERVICE

New
Spring
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A lighter'
rvci-ght

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FOR RENT
LADY living alone in very desirable
apartment, wishes to rent suite of
rooms or' share apartment. Phoe
2094-R1. 325 F. Liberty.
FORRENT-Garage at 808 Oahland.
Call 2378.
FOR Rl{NT--(one doubl)10roolm. Newr
house, home shower bath. Bi-
ness peop~le or studenC1ts. 334 IC.
Jefferson St.
FOR RENT-Very coi-nfor'tab~le sItudiy
roomn with dormitory for two stu--
dents. Also vacancy for one medic
:student. All new furnislhings sand
steam heat. Twvo bloclks froin c--ii-
pus. Phone 22914J.
FOR RENT-Double or single room
for mhen. Phone 119 1-.24 422 3 .
Washington.
FOR RENT-Four or five room furn-
ished ap~artment located two blocks
from campus. Phone 2538-R1.
WAIN TED

.NOTICE
I'IN i'12'I'\WATCHllREP1AIRING
Arnold Staleo Street ,Jewcller
',,'2 South State
Our moderate prices make it possible
for all to have FRESHJ HOME
GROW',N FLOWERS.I
ANN ARBIOR FLO0RAL CO.
122 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
il'1HONE 866
,For TperierRepairing
(All nmakes)
fheaher in Woodstock typewriters,j
Sundstran d and Portable Adding'
miachines.
Ann Arbor Typewriter Exchange
St~lTS
$25 --$30 - $35I
S02 SutliiState Street.
' M1I1,L GILLESPIJE, Soloist andl teach-
er, tIimiity year's exp~erience. Man-
dolin guitar, banjo, andl chord
construct on. Telephone179l-1\.

the affaim's of the Fascist movement
and Mussolini g;ovoler It .
r i i
Sixteen fraterni ties qual ii c ii t1c'
first, round of the F"oul t i rex'A; iml
rP(Tournamn~t. The sccon(Il moalI wil
1)e run off Mondlay Rilgilt, 1''Ilxuit ,W
16th. The 11 omises pm''i ifyl ag a :
Sigma Alpha. AMa iul si a1i11 .\ Ip
P i S g a D l a II L 11II , ."Ta elta P hli, 'T'ieta ('ii, ['hi is : '
Kapp~a, Signia .Nu,'Theta Ni, 1.i V '
Alpha, AlphaPRho 1('Iii , 1Nappa Nii, l
P hi Sigmha, Phi H'Isiloli, lDe I.~ b~
Epsilon, Alpha Kappa I ~v1aba.
1Nine aiciOl t (itof I hlitty-Sefli xv>
have Itbrown ha ve' oiial tied iiI lie Allt
Campus1Foull 1Thr1ow ing ''I ou-i<rcp', l
Fifteen shots oat of tN*wenlt li °e
essary to.0 qaii' y. 'h'' 1,ci ')m c'
willtlie ('0111inueid all 1a'':) weeK f
those who wVliii to en 1 1. ° !-,' W:
in"; t o . o (' l ip cte pla y do .o b y ( -, C i i i n t P i Nj i m . 1:t z ll;
cloch every ialtenno'o 1~.
Jimcd a y, F'l). 17thm. S::3) o(clocki
Girou p I vs. 7, gr-ov..a 5 x:s. 4, groupiji:.
vs. 3.
'T'uedayiv l i, 3: ',Oel ocak
Croup I vs. 5, gron p 7 v:' 4, g 1'(1ip :
v '.
'TuesdIay, M~arch alri, 8:30 o cloc;:-
G rou p 1 vs. 4, gron p 7 vs. }., '--!p
vs. 6.
ITuesday, ]iatch *1~lotI, 8:20 )ok l~o-!%
Finn'uls will be held betwxeeni titer
wvinners of thle twox'o es. .1,(,wij C
. Iis (OiloupsCelof (roupsmTl)1, 4, 5,7.
I :eague 2 is ('omiloed oil' Group;. ;J, 8,
and 6.

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L_.OCATTO N

C 0. g c-half JBlock South of Packard Street
$ OM PiI Ii I TE E PI1CNZsZ A T, 1l iA E lE U NIN G,( )) . KI 1 C'l(~
3.'' Al li'1'iC''XG FI.A 3115 ANI) AXLES AND) itaiEPIRINUC
521- South Main St.

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duplicatcd ,,L ab ov.eprice. I. 1 cw i wek "
do it? Volume sales is the answc:-'

PRONE' 1927

A. G. MARIQUARD T

Cur pries make our
it over.

Tlalzikl'

OU8ANDYsqic a seilapelt
faArics w Ase wih asmuch ce as aou ewoulgiveathem
l act phonie 2355.

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1 15 South Main St.

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1,WANTED-Everyon e to, try ou.r
Delicious "Tobastwich" Sandwich'
electrically toastedl with filling in.
BETS~'EY ROSS S11011,
NICKELS ARICADE
WVANTED Students an([ others wanted 1
to organize parties to Europe. Free
trip or cash. Opiional." Write City
Plost office. Box 218.

:;OMiCTI] INC NE'v'
ItOTOG RAVUTRE STATIONERY
Alt(.AI)E IIAII)INCY
"_let[.}s"

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:img', Arch
Ov)pe .I p nIi--1 a In

WANTED-Students to see our t ype(-
writer bargains. UG00d1iac:i n('for,
sale or rent. S A. Moran, 711 N.
University Ave., RooRn 2.

FOR SAE

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FOR S.ALE-Rlemnlmgton lPort able Itype-j
writer;;. leo Register, 6041 E. lM.adi-
son. Phone 1800.
FOR SALE-25 leather b)ottoimi sI iaighf, }
back chairs. Also stud~entI'.; desk.
All light oak finishl. Caill Luis Gibr-
son, 3010-It.

FI~t Ni) --; {ittTIIt°1tNC NEW, "Toast-
-.,' Ith" Sandwich. 1004 lper cent
bet.', ci'than Poro(in. itry sanidwiches.
N I(It, E145 AOI'AI)

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z{4North Main St.

Phone 2355

Thle pauirimigs havoeceni imt ' hi !':

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FORt SALE-Late 1921 Ford tourinig,
self-starter, (lemountalol rinis. line
condition. 13585(Geddes, 733-w.
BE<.AUTZY 811 }'1'1.x
Permanent Waving ixud Merelling
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.

(x'01 i \if)-.-fair Of Imit tens on S. 1 imp-
V('rsit y a week ago. Owner Can
h;ave siame by identifying andl paying
for thi: al. W. R1. Isola, 1103 Olivia..

SPrt f Your Education

w rr rr s rrrrr~rI
Fashionably smooth hair

French and Spaishl waves given.
Perfect ser~vice given at lily shop.
Phone 2939.
IJIAI IA BEA"Ily SIMOP
BOAR I

Ul )( -1 -W'ml hstay niighmt oin or'inearl
.,ta ete c;J'', IVan's silver Waltham
xwri sit. a o_h. Rew ard. ('all hicks,
iPimio ').
IA)Sr- ~mial 'iwt ac('iii ijstci'pinl.
["I :?.rc' jtiI':,z5b call1926;.
L OS'T_-III ;5(om0class lroom1, locket-
b)ook, ,"r(''y ,suc'doe nd a lpatentIIlea th-
cr limiuisi. Ingrid Al ving. 2946-.J.

A good fountain pen is
an essential tool with
which to carve out your
career. More than just
a pen--a real help-mate
and a part of your
education.
Get a pen that will not
flood or leak, one that
writes with a jewel-like
smoothness the instant
the point touches the
paper.
Of course it will be a
Sheaffer Lifetime Pen.
$8.75.

This has caused the great

change in the appearnce

CLUB of 6 can obtain boar'd in private,
famcily. 3 meals, $6.50; 2 - meals,
$5.50. 1007 Monroe.

L IOST- --Circular niosiae pin with dove
design and filigree border. Libel'-
al i'ev-aid. Phonie 526-M. 721 For-!
e,5t Ave.

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French Flannel Shirts
Wc7re S21504 4.00
Now $1.95
Wool and Silk-and-Wool Hose
$1 and $1.0Values for 69c
Neckwear $1.00, $1.2.5, $1.50
Now tA~ r 2nd l7;r

Of men's, hair
y Ou cannot go into a
classroom, or a club, or a
fraternity house, without no-
ticing it-
Somehow, college rmen have
found a way to make the
hair, the most conspicuous
part of the appearance, look
just as they want it to look
at all times.
It was not always so.
Before Stacomb was intro-
~duced, they tried countless
methods to make their hair
t lie smoothly and stay that way
-from old-fashioned po-
mades, which only matted the
hair and made it greasy, to
1 plain water, which kept it in
place an hour at the most and

then left it drier and more
brittle than ever. Small won-
der that they greeted Stacomb
with such instant enthusiasm!1
Here at last was something
that would make the hair stay
in place without harming it or
making it sticky and unnatu-
ral-looking
Today the great change which,
Stacomb has brought about is no-
ticed everywhere. Men whose hair
used to be out of place an hour after
being brushed, men whose other-
wise correct appearance used to be
spoiled by hair that was hopelessly,
unkempt-today they keep their
hair constantly in perfect order.
Use Stacomb tomorrow morning -
and~ look your best all day. A deli-
cate, invisible cream. Non-staining
and non-greasy. I'h jars and tubes,
at all drug and department stores.

The worthy companions of the Lifetime
Pen are the 46 Special at $5.00 and the
Student's Special at $3.75.
All are finished with gold bands to pre.
vent the caps from breaking and with
14K gold points tipped-, with the hardest
native iridium, assuring incomparable
writing qualities and long years of use-
fulness.

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KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACE

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