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WEDnNESDAY, DE C~IiMI3E U2,1 9i5

THE'.LNMICHIGAN DAILY

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Commission Analyzes Crime To Find Cure For Mu lrder

W av elnight of the Junior promenade are
Fl/avecited by the Student council. It is an
-I attempt to compete with the promen-
ade, and is capitalizing on the name
of the university, the junior class, andl
the class' official (lance in an attempt
to make mhoney.
Purdue.- "Hello Walk" has been
established on a certain section of the
campus walks here by the Purdue Un-
L: ion, to further school spirit. Any stu-

'dent meeting a Purdueite on this walk 1
is privileged to extend a greeting. In
ULis way, say the Union officers, a
tsudlent may enlarge heis circle of
I:friendls, and help to cause a natural
feeling of fellowship on the campus.
LANSING. - An appropriation of.
$39,000 for the purchase of trout eggs
to, be developed and palnted in Mich-
igan streams was voted by the state
administrative board today.

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Can Amer-ica's crme wave be check-
ed by some new plan of legal action
as yet' undiscovered? While hundreds,
of -plans are being preached by refor-
mers who believe police and. courts
have lost control of the situation, the
National Crime commission is begin-
ning a comprehensive study of the
subject which may result in the adop-'
' ion of new methods of handling crim-
ials. Photo shows the newly organ-
ied body, in session in New York.,
Seated (left to right), F. Trubee DJav-
FanNew York labor leadler; Rich-
ard ashurnChild.. author; Mrs.
Richard Derby, daughter of the late"
Theodore Roosevelt; Charles Evans
Hughes, ex-secretary of state. Stand-
ing (left to .right), Newton, D. Baker,
ex-secretary of war; C. H. Rowell,
writer; Gen. Samuel McRoberts, Her-
ert b . Hadley, ex-governor of Mis-
souri; Charles S. nSabin, banker.
Merchants F avor'
E'arlier ~Display
'Of Holiday StockI
Merchants of Ann Arbor, meeting,
In response to the Better Business as-
sociation, voted unanimously to move
forwar'd the date of display of their
complete holiday stock.
This intention, announced recently,'
of placing these augmented stocks on
(isplay in advance of what was for-II
niely known as "the Christmas shop-
ping Season" insures the people of
this community an opportunity of
filling 'their holiday demands earlier
than usual.
Spanish Club Will
Initiate Members'
La Sociedad Hispanica will initiate.
25 new members at a meeting at 7:30
o' clock tonight in room 318 of the
Union, Following the business pro-
gram, entertainment consisting of
songs,:games, and piano solos will be
presented. A member of the faculty
will be secured to lecture to the
society.
WINNIPEG, Man.- Frenzied spec-
ulative buying, reported to originate
from Chicago and other centers in
the United States, gave wheat prices
a sharp boost here today.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. I

News From Other Collec ges

disciplinary advantages given the stu-
dents in a military course. The larger 4
part of the student opinion proved to
be opposed "to the plan. 1
I ope.-The entire fresmnhan class1
,was recently suspended at Hope col-
lege by Pres. Ii.D. D~imment because,I
in defiance of freshman rules, 60 mei'-
I hers of the class atten(ded classes in
a body without caps or neckties. G
Illinois.--Undesirable aspects of the
private junior dance scheduled for the.

Corner Washington and D ivision
MICHGAM E VALVOLINE OIL
Service and Satisfaction Will Bke Yours

Yale.-"Fortuno"~ is the title of thej1
annual production of the Triangle !v
Dramatic club. The plot of the play I' vE
is of 'the life in old Venice and the1E
action is centered in and- about the 'del
palace of the Venetian dte. A.
ul-
Yale. -- The university office an-.I
nlounced completion of the plans foir
the World war memorial to be erect-
ed by the university to the memory
of the Yale men, numbering 227, who
gave their lives in the World.war. The
memorial will take' the form of a col-
lonade on one side of a dining hail,
Iwith an alter of liberty in, the center.
Iowa.-Thie new field house of thej
University of Iowa will be the largest'l
in the United States when it is com-
pleted in the fall of 1926. It will be
430, feet long by 412 feet wide. A
basketball' court in the central space
around which 12,000 people may be
seated in two decks of stands, a reg-
ulation football gridiron and baseball
diamond and a swimming pool 50 by
150 feet, flanks l by seats for 5,000
fans, are chief features.

Ohio State.-Efforts to ab~olish comn-
isory military training at this tin-,
ersity Vv crc begun recently at a
eeting of the. Liberal club, where la
abate on the subject was held. Col.
M. Shipp defended the pre'sent reg-
atiou by outlining the pity, Ic al and

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