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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1_025
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PAGE TWO ThURSDAY, MAY 14, 1925
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STUDENTS A9TTENDk
NUTRITION EXHIBIT!
Demcmt" raf ions for Overwe~ilht anidI
('n drwelg'ht 1Ver o in v en
in Various Menus
RUSSELL WILL SPEAK
Demlonsi ra.ions ofl I e pos"Ale
combinations, one for overweight peo-1
ple, one for thiose of naormal weight,
and a third for t hose of: less than the
normal,--for each of nine meals, fea-
tured the Nut rition,-xhiit ait. Barbour
gymnasium which enids toda5y. More
than 1,500 people vi sited the g ymnas-
ium yesterday, and heard talks by Dr,.
Howard B. Lewvis, who spoke on "Iron
in the Diet,'" and by Miss Mary Sweeni-
ey, who spoke twice on "Utiderwei;ht."
Today's progr-a i includes a alk1 by
Dr. E. P. Iiu,-rsel1 on "F~eediiig Norm al '
Infants," a. t 4 olock , a food (l'oii-
stration at 5 o'clock, and l Ia ks atl. othi
5: 30 and 7 :30 o'look, by Fir. Iiel en
Mitchell, on ''An iniaINut ri tion Exper-
iments."

Ohio State Head

reesident's Report Stresses
Lack Of St+eudent Dormitories

H1onored By French'

' Te Rev.lDr. William O0 Thompson,
president I of Ohio State university, Col-
uni))us,' is of of five c'andildates for
niodleral or of the general assembly of
the P resbyterian church. The election
will be held in Columbus, May 21..

"The University can hardly ignore lfor women, and asked thle Deans to
completely how its studlents are}dlapprove the Ipropotsal, which wasf
housed," according to the annual, re-I oreI
"This would involve constant in-
port of the President of the Univer- s) o fIhehue hc d I
sity to the Board of Regents. "It is a sti ml~'nt roomers, mnatte by agents of
matter that has such implortant bear-' -,.o (I''dolo studenits, and The forma-
ing upon their Heal th, mnoralk,con I tion Ofl ail "a pproved list'' of houses
duc an suces i th t +s-rorr 1wh=r e conditions are satisfactory.
dutan uces nIhe(t8-O 1i ie: s>t attnts would then be allowed1
that to be indifferent. would 1)0 a ' n om nyi rue p
great nilstake,'' the report ('0111 - rte nvrit. Ti
nes. vi,,ouiid, of course, involve an additioni
",A very important. factor in thle t a ugtt rvd o h n
housing situation Is the lack of dor- 't i uiolt rvd o h n
mnitories. For men the I uiversity 51 i 2Ih ieetsafo h
had owned none at all uplto the 1i tuneen1 o udrtk hi dI
whenthegif oftheLawers (111)t iOnaul work.
whenthegiftof he awyes' lub "The Rgfeait s, however, when the
provided quarters tor' some of Owe matter was placed before themn at
students in the Law school. The
theirJ liiicmelecting, were not ready
thiree larger andl two smaller (lo1aai- ; etestp eln ta hne
toris fo womn hve ben gvenof policy, and possibly legal complica-
privately to the IUiversity. Out of 1(:n>w:ere conniectedl with it which
state funds nothing has been pr Ovid- , a o ws obrn lou1tti
edl in this line, although at other , h eotcnlds
the state educational instit ut iohsm eterprtcnlds
they exist.
"'These circumstances have. de- L Iansing, May 13.-A special meet-I
veloped a, system oi lodging for prac-j ing of the state administrative board
tically all the msire students and for3 was scheduled for today to consider i
all but abouit 300 of the womein which t 1runk: line highway construction and i
depeds ponthe ratrniy, ti{'C~'to draft, at. least a, preliminary 1925
rority, andl the rooming house to Care; building program.
for the ineeds of 'the college body.
About-,600 students live inl fraternity Patronize IDaily Advertisers - it
houses and about 400 in sororities. j1) "i Aviv.

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SENIOR ENSINEERS ELECT Meca. se
To Close May 3j0
]K5 PA MI UMPEShoIAdealersand clothiers of l+,e
ciyhaetke=heii ati a .
JToseph A,1.arkovich, '25F, was elect- iiotinc'ed that they' will observe D 1ecor-
ed Aumn seretry fr te 125 ng-at ion day, May :;0, this year and wNill
(lose all (day, according to informatin
inedn mglca ss at I neetimng of the class givein out ait the Chamibe'r of Co)]i-
held yesterday. At that timne June 12: nerce.
was sa the d ate of thle annual sell- Ofidials of the chamher further askc
,,ter f ;.gJineriag banquet. Alt hougrh jno Ihat, as far as possible, all other mer0-
woilil X ill the all owed to attend the chant s in the city will follow th1is ex-
hianqu(et, 1-t h ahers of thle engineers aitple. Some of the stores, it is stat-
will lbe ext emded an inv\itation w oit- ed, wvill remain open later than usual
tend. Arrangem nents for the banquet Friday night, Maiy 29, while others
are Tein,- made iunmder t1lie di ret ion ot will close at the regular hours. The-
jKurt It~. lieveil, '251ic, and Alfred M. different stores are adlvised to secure
W!)io e,251(ca rds annotuicing their intent ions andl'
rilie corIllit teeoll seumioir enginieers to0 notify lie public accordlingly.
' aniouiiicdiiieis 5 alid imivit ations also
anim1ouneed that t houinv'itat ion., would Pauis , May 13-A censors hip has'
be( obitainiabile on Monday. be<c n established onl press dispatches"
- -------- --- of IFrenech and foreign agencies and(
Munich, May1.- Negotiations gtain to neiwspape ers dealing with the Moroc-"
abolish all visa regulations' bet ween Calii OIperationsi.

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In add it ion to th me eio raiat ;Alay Law Review
thy? ACI R )~liii rtt 35'tl h olai

Dr. W. Seaman Bainibridge of' Newr
York City, is being referred to ats "thie :
medical ambassador of the Unit(Aed
States," in Paris, where he " ,Derg
given many honors, notly b, 1)y time
Cercle Itfteralie. lie is well known!
abroad for his wartime medic X3, work
in the allied cause.
Read the Want Ads;

Gieimany and Austria, have been brok-
en, off because the Austrian .govern-
amen t is not wil linig to give u p thle rev-
en ne derived fromn visa fees.

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Topekia, May 10.-Former Governor
JTonathian M. Davis's trial in a "bribe
for pardon case," began today.

tees ilin marge are w(. 'ig iniuT'Tn l u':-
tiring people at tlh(' I, hrary, tOme plani
being to tell themin hfere whether they'
are overweighli~, normval, or nudtrxveighit
and sending t hem t o thle gymnasiuml
for recomlmendationsy as to thle pm'opcu'
diet.
Dr. Bell expr(es.;es her appreciation,
of the services of the Tnebei's of the
various commi.Rttes, which are as fol-
lows: l1ionorary chairmTen, Mrs. Al-
fred H1. Lloyd and Drm. Jolin Sundwall;
diet comumittee, Miss Margaret(Gillum,
of the Universit y hospital, Miss Mary1
Alclonald, of the ar'een Tree inn, and
Miss Bozarth, of f lie La,v (1lu1; commit-
toecini chrarge of prepairat ion of foods,
Mrs. John I.11: Etinger, honorary chaiir-
man, Mrs. Louis Bredvolt, acting chair-
than, Mrs. John Sund~wall, Mms. W. It..
Hlumphreys, Mrs. Eniil Lorch, and Mr;s.
Pellican ; poster conluittee, Mliss 'Wal-
ton, chairman, M iss Marshall, aiid IMiss;
Royer; publicity commnittee, Mliss Gier-
trude Billiuber, Miss, Benjamin and(
Miss HJoilcen. In charge of the
weighing at t ie Library are Miss I1jas-
seng and Miss Glalor. they took car'e
of more than 50 people an hour yes-
terday.
ANNOUINCE APPOINTMENTS*
TO PUBLICATION STAFFSl

Featuires Article
t Written By prake
"The iv ekoning of Damages in
Fluctuating Exchange," by Prof.
Joseph H1.IDrake of the law school,
is th(' feature article of the May issue
of the Michigan Law Review, which
appeared yesterday. Professor Drake
(iscusses caises rising out of the
collapse in value of currencies of
foreign countries and the consequent
(islocation of exchanges.
The issue also contains articles on
"The United States and the Man-
dates," by Prof. Quincy Wright of the
political science department 'of the
University of Chicago, and "Prohii-,
biltion andI the Doctrine of the Weeks'
Case"~ by Prof. 'Thomas E. Atkinson
of the University of North Dakota.
The latter is a. discussion of the
question as to whether evidence ob-
tained in violation of constitutional
guarantees against unreasonable
;.earchies andl seizures should be per
mnissabl e.
The Note and Comment section
contains five comments on legal
(uestions, the first of which is deC-
votedh to "Negotiable Instruments~~
Carelessness in Making Checks."
This section is written by student
members of the staff of the Lawv Re-
view, who Are appointed by the fac-
ulty.
Thue issue closes with a review of
recent- imnortant -clecisions andl a

The r'est of niecessity must seek
roomis in varitius Houses 'ill the city.
".The 6Wuiing of (ornitoi'ies Dy
private individluals or corporaflions,{
as a commiercial venture, hisgDbeen
suggested as a means to improve coi-
ditlouls. Thrus far oinly one such dor-
mitory, 1fletcher liall, has beeni built.j
'e majority aro Still cared for' in .
roominlg lhouses, anud we contlumue to
feel gratitulde to the householders for
thfe cooperatiom the IUmi versity~ has
reeived from th efi.
"At a conference of the Deais,'
Dean Burshey raised the quwstion
w hitlici' the University could ref'ulse
to permit a student to live in any
givenf house provided the condition:,
of safety anid sanitation wvere not. sat-
isfactory fulfilled. Later, iin thli
year', Dean Blursley prioposed thrat
rooming houlses foir men should be
supei'vised iin the same way as ,ios.'

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li ni'h ii; 'rwishil nulmber of book reviews. Prof. E.
Ail, 13. Cr ouchl, 'E, nianaginlg ed- , I .mmiderhanud, of' the law school,
itor of the 1Ii'hgane n annonce Iamnd Erns,. 13. Schulz, of the political
time fohlowimig ahmimoimut imiltt. to thle up- science depar'tment, have contributed
per edltoria s;taff: ,associat t'(editor1, to the Ilatter d(epartment, Pr'ofessor
George oss., r., '2E;; advisory Sunder amid reviewing "Thme Drama of
board, William LliDiees, '26, and JaIrues thme Law" by Judge Edward Abbott
Newton, '2G1; women's editor', Arinie Prr, nd Mr. Schulz ''Legislative
J. Ewinmc, '261; jmilior editor:;: at Ii As semnblies" by Robert Ltme.
let ic W]",dJCGhover '27 ; feat ure Tyler'_________________
W1atsonr "7 .yenl iou', L ouiis I ober t ion , -
'27; fraLternilties, Albert Kinuhall, '7 C vTo Pree t
pulca ois ea'oda lII ii cs, '27;
rg;; ci~at iol:s, I ti(lmamd Elliott, '27; 1V M o vies Of Cadets
Miusic, of at ory ,1id dranma , Mihot .
I?.oluert s, '27" ; pliologre plh, Charles 1). j\IMotionm picturem, of cadet life at. Cul-
Undies, '27. ~The appmimmtimet (of arts ver Military academy will be shown
,H tor and junmmior v'amciins edhitoir will uuide thme alus~iices )o h ie ' Michigan
be announced hat er.! Culver club ,i t .8:1 5 o'clock tonighut in
Frederick M. I e j2 TV.,lbus~iiess Nat ural Scienmce~ audit orium. The filer
manager' of I be l ichiganemsian aim- exhibit will lbe opien to thme public, anud
mouucedl thle fol low, imgaappoimntmienits!;will follow the annual diuner of the
to his is sI f:cii cm latl n m~i hale' Loy1,i Culver chumbI at thme Chinuese Gardens,
'2?7; ac'oimt 5:, F'ra ine is 1v ihil ,' 27 ; Iwhmich will be attended by approxim-
organizat ion, l~ 'i'est I lehatbI, '21; mm- Fately 35 members01' thme organization.
vertising, 'Framnk i. 'Ahiii, '27; minaJ.er ______
(At' womemn'ss:mf,, cila, Wahiligt oh, jAr
': 6; uppier 'woli'n' stamff, T~athi'ine lPpes AeKead
Bo:oth, 2' 1Dom'othby Mailcolmsoiu, '27,Re ar h i
I i ehe u l i, '27, ammd Ruth Kahin, '27. To Rese rch(Clu
lKenimet Ii C'. .;mile s, '261, bum immess
moaer(f ('Iimes, amuounced thme tResearch' club held its May meeting
following appuoini m elits'Ato his; staff: ;yester'day evening in the histological
dariau . Mond, '261, Wallace Ilout eli laboratory of the Medical building.
'27, Janies-, Day, '27, (lam-k N. IHarris, '"Thme Domain of Literary Theor'y" by

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Bommulay, M\ay 13. Col. r TlheodoreI
Roosevelt, his bother Kem'rmit, andl
members of thieir central Asianm hunt-
ing party arrived here yesterday.

Prof'. C. E. Whitmore, of the rhletoric
de(partment, and "'Planmt or Animal Or-
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Reef" by Prof. J. P. Pollock, of time
botany (departmenit, were thme two pa-
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