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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cruise To Australia Causes Stir In Japan

TUESDAY, MAY 19, 19W~

DAHRROW COMPARES I
BRYN WITR NERO1
Declares Opposi ion Sho n Against
TIechinig o Eoluioll
Great :Mea~.ce
BRYAN TO DEFEND LAW
New York, May 18. (ay A. Y1'i-
Clarence Dariow, Chicago la wyr
who is to oppose W J. Bryan inny
Tennessee evolution tri , came otl
today with a few opinions about the
Commoner. Nero adtyn were
linked by Da rrow as mien whose irra-
tional opposition enhanced thet spreai
of great doctrines
Offers of Darrow and -)dle(y Field
Malone of New York to s~isllinthe
defense of J. T. Scope, lDaylon,
Tenn., teacher char"ed wit h violation
of law forbidding the laching of e'vo-j/
lution, have been accept ed. Mr.
Bryan is to assist i, tthe prose(utifl.
Mr. Darrow is in New York.
"Nero," hie sa id, "triel to kill
Christianity wihI persecution aid
law. Bryan wouldl block enlighten-[
ment with ,law ?ero faled, as will
Bryan. Momreeisons re stuying
evolution in Tennessee now than be-
fore the law was passed just. as
Nero's acts made Christians.
"Man maty 1)e sure of his ideas but
I he is intelligent hie knows there 8i
room for doubt.) and (deate and h2
welcomes 1)oth. Mr. Bryan would
. block b)oth because of his views. He
was brougit up on certain beliefs
which e has never (questioed or1$
about which hie never sought to be
enlightened to the, ed that he migh
be wrong. That is lack of intelli-
gence.
_ "Had Mr. Bryan's ideas of what a1
Man may (10 toward free thinking I
existed throughout history, we would
still be anking and burning withs
and punishing persons who thought
the earth round."
Mr. Darrow said hie and Mr. Malone K
were willing to pay all the expensesI
of the Tennessee trial "in order thata
day may triumph over night."
"Any man of ordinary intellience
could topple Bryan in such a flight,"
the lawyer continued "The Tenn--v
essee lawyers are goo. They willa
not need help."B
Spanish Society }otn e oe
Election of officers for next year of
La Socedad Ilispanica will be CW-
tinued from 2 to -4 o'clock today at tie
Romance language faculty room. soil h
wing, University hall. This will he the
last opportunity for members to vol
Candidates for president are: Jhn)1
Jay, 125, and L. GI. lBartley, '26; fo
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organizations, I can see no reason HI. C,,. l~owinsberry, '28.-"A niww
why the construction of a nlew 518(1-! t;?' dunn ahe odentyp~e, like the
ium should be held up because of fthe jj(\ v (i(e8Kitlliuioi.;, could improve
shiortcominigs of a branchl of a separ- ;lIot i r jt1i ,and intercollegiate
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'I 'days~ question: Do you think
that the Athletic association should
be prevented from buildling a new
stadium until the Intramural de-j
Ipartment of the University can blie
improved?
I There asked: State street.
Thle anjswers
L. AGE. Weller, '2GM.---"B3y all means
we, need a. newv stadium and at once.
It is not costing the tUniversity any-'
thling so why should it be delayed for
the Intramural athletics ?"
13. M. Hlartzell, '28M '"We needl a
new stadium badly. All the argu-
ments so) far propounded against it
zU-~a sedion insufficient "information
and a desire on the part of the pro-
! ponenflts for cheap) publicity."E
,J. W.T Sibley, Jr., '27:.-"A newG
,stadium very probably could widen
the scope of activities of the intra-
mnural ~department. I am in favor (of1
a new stadium."
E. VanVhiet, '28.-"A,3 long as the
Ahitletic association and the Univer-
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and( tihe presenit cruise to Australia, and miany of them See ie United(1SlteFte. einpII;,ig to inijilat c Japan with a
show of force. The military party, w hi 1 .has been itt (disfavor for som1.1, n t. has Seized tuponl the mn11euvers,
as an excuse for preparedness deinonsi ~rations. n, canwhile the fleet Is Ilu rthe( di: la ying 11s ti fexibility~. Below is ::t
spectacuilatr view of the U. S. S. 'WVest Virginia and IT. S. S. Temncssee, get t -~ uitthr waty in: Ilawa ii for Aut straia
fronc under t he guns ,of the Catlifornia ; t top, gobs and marines are seen 7;t ;t h roug h Ifndi inspections.
vic-presidenit, Millie iloormnr, 'G .ittot~re~ r amlous .- I op organ1ization and HRolhen -
G~enevieve Speers, '26, and Mildred!senai ateacifroulthe!l id el
Burch, '27; for secretary, iMarion Ku- . 1Hold Annua l B iU 'Full1er.
bilk, '27, Margaret Clemens, '26, amid Iamiik will lbe Ifrom c) to2 o'clock
Aubrey Ailbert, '26; and1 for treasurer, ( Greelters of*'Michigan xvill lbold t2 ille ( arovvt il room, tickets for the
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