100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 09, 1925 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1925-12-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE TWO

4r'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, T?1.C1.1ilil,'l 9,

1925

i

PAGE TWO a\IZ MTCUTIAN D11\Al!AAlY VNSA, EA~1l~ ,1

IDECREASE SEEN I TO ORGANIZE CLUB
GOBD iOD IN, NUMBER OF LITTLE [ . ATTENDS
' . ;FOR SUTW F. S
BOO UBLIHED TRAIN ,DEATHS ILAWYERt FOMLO FTOHAE
i____ (asualtiecsutnfrmrannd To benefit the neg ro students on
Col4____ r .eric a~cin 1am therai - anth campus, a new club was organizedi
.1f irie T i tsr,ctor i[; s Auicr Of l - roadls of the IUnited States in the first' Sadlhlax, Cat l ftwert And(]Paln)s 'IlinLehalM dyngtudrte
lec°ion Of gR'tssaysOi "A Et1O eig'ht ?iiiolhs of tbis year, as reported DE ore law ('in),) AtAnniual name of the Negro-Caucasian club, its;
by tiiif~e bureau of statistics of theIn-!l~n members in"u g representatives ofA
TSLE ,t rt te Conmic'(e commission, show- both races. The purpose of the club
ONSAE T LAER , adecrea se of x,7039as comlpared wih 'CKLrS+Eri LLON is not nmerely to promote social co-
--ite .f ? st eightt months of last year. ; y}operfation on th campus, hut to be of,
inclded 21 tis nmbe wer 567lessj ievery help pos:.sible to the negro stu-
Copi es of TheAuth (In, ' he jnl 1 i hi ube ee56 es Smnillax, (cut f 'w('1""Nud palms will j(dents of the lUniversitycorig to,
new book by ?:awre'cncel9. (t' ! i of i passenger casualties and 749} less cafs- ma4ke 122, 11e floral tcoratrons {f theijh . og, 7 , ahordssing
thjhtrcdprmnwr e~v ate;t mlye n uy h lounge roomx of the I ~i wvcrs club the club to get under way. At the
ed he-.re ysedy hsi h~5(.total innnhtlerof c asuaties resulting whenfilhe rill-io1: u_' rthe Lawyer's
, , ' first meeting Oakley C. Johnson of the
omd of 1his boos, te frtbig"'ler- from both cla.sses of accidlents amount-' li:edteeiei irdyngt htrcdpatet a lce rs
;lcI1, dyogh.per"," Owheindutial no2111 whi ]hwas led to )84',01; Eas againist 25,185 over the:l4a anwBuesidelenicteildUPp~d ut
broulght out two yasgo '[hpu-saillei' oiid in 1924. This reflects the ! h o ih lg 'nni o
fisersofthi peset colecionofiuirO~~ei efiieny f minenaceplytfS ofle Ida n committee pln t The next meeting will be held in
ess areTeEdi r opn of work and better management of trainshaw tocbrtel dcrtd Lane hall at 7:30. o'clock Monday. All
Booak 1 ill:, Hiland F s . "'[eyj by the officials.Chita trn;nr h oceta students interested in the new group
are the spon"sors of ; 'l' eaitr," a -I- booth,?whic h is to be occupied by the ar re o eprsn ttenx
11ln 11neforlier01191, es, ii. T!uJ eigcqht, membiers of Jean (holdkette's meeting.
whc~ t ee ssMs anlut.ye , hjiNi Breeze Blowers" of Detot.
unscl hotllUIc:!. lULr- ! The law school faculty are to be Child Emigration
ship." This is the (1si book to iljf lfln l~T 1IPP honorary guests with President Clar
publshe bythi cocei. ~ jj ~ flfl U~iM~epeue Cool I ittle arid Mi's. Iuttle. A r Advoc atedInI w
hi hypthe tat tye htwitin ,iayslI > fl;lf Iia letter iromn the chief justice of the No e
leis hrnunilFrthat toattendIn)but thelscouncilv
be acqluli, M.( !ri:d (leveloi,"I U Sii~ UIVR u ityCourt of M~ichigan states haSisrr~
thouhot heeec , isphO E I ______of li usi'ti(o.('John Galsworthy, novelist, advo-
of fier I" Ils TlrO i't(10-)0 everanovlsyin the London Times the or-
cncri):;j.;tslc w L, I siestoiie Predicts Rubber So ag v2a o e at s
concerning the trueoh):(t'iotse eveeeng, among gartized emigration of children fromt
the au tho r and his work.., itis l;h i t I1)2'9.Ind 'Stes Need nnOfd un";teive nI, m n a
ppos triv oIrt) pto hc New Supply Source ithem 4(10 o1:one ose;by lKeiiiith C;England to the British Donilinions in.
oewo ohilrnowrtand Midgly, ' 8k_, a resident. of the 61111,.r order to' solve the populationi and food
pracica sugesion tak thir lac AKON,0,, ec.8.-rea Brta . efresl weiit s Will bhe served in both problem in England, and to give Nal-
beCside1his thertcl ic5ioi a cue oniealedmg of the 111 ~igros rga alice to the British Empire.1
throughout the Pooh.the rubber market, in the opinion o fcavoss, 'in the)( form of leather vanity H a dpe h neiu eh
Teten passof .iU~l°:OI11i) w1iI ;ithe leaders in that business here. Lift- css aelIe eue to nes-odolf amatiins idteClhrhistnews
eollconcern. 1 whichbegins :inethecoChristmas
Mtr. C rdtre':ilyats ,ae: Sye h u of the restrictions on. the exporting number of Scribner's magazine. Since
Sore fanAtho; I'weofeDi 1 crude rubber will not relieve the Acmdtin;frget tdne the amazing success of "The Whitel
retono Eeg, twao-t~ ng.wrd's shortage, caused by an en- Frdy ih hv ee roie fr onkey," Mr. Galswforthy's next novel;
Factor, Jou rnism , a nd laiteratuie ; forced curtailment of production and The club) Will be open to inispection has been looked forward to with moreI
Learnimg to Witef, Author andc Critic,1 exp~ortation of the crude rubber, lead- Friday afternlloon, and there are to be than usual interest.
Putblica tion, Rhet oric: a B31lack Art,r ers of the rubber industry further guidesr to conduct the visitors wvho Tie2vl,"hSlerpon"s
anld Rhe1toric: a While!t Mag;ic. stte will attend lie ball.Tenvl ~ro ivrSon"i
shipmn t.of fte books hlave justd1 Harvey S. Firestone, neien f Dipe to failure on the part of sey-Palmnthiwiendheser
been1 rceived( at 'later'si bookstore= the Firestone Tire & Rubber corn- oral anrijenu:.its for'Ii(cketS to suhn2zit it lhte oe
h nwihthymv.Theyon i.
whre they,, a (re. now on sale. The price pny, and a leader in the fight against theircl iuns, <a number of tickets areP'prsnsMryas orthiatoi
is$.7.British 'restriction says: "there will still available which will be suppliedI Parliament under the guise of "Fog,-'
bhe a rbe hrae trigi 99 upon req.uest, a~ the office in the Law- grir ae fe neooit
and bAercashouldge continue its f-3 erL3,4i Teyare Priced at $3.501. Grim ae ftra cnms
p E fllff's and meric shoulcontnueitef-_ who wrote a book on the subject.
frsto get a new source of supply." '- -- -- Mr. Galsworthy has the opportunity
SHUR The Department of Commerce at ed condition being the lack of labor.; in his novel to review politics and so-
fUWashington, has reported a "vast l pot- The report is only one of three that c ial conditions in England, and, to a
H IE ~~~~~ential rubber empire" along the vl-the departm~ent is working ari n on ini anni mria o.H iN of-:Iy fte mznrvran t ro fr ogtarudteiri~srm~op scnene bu h "alu tt

Literary Collego
Warnings Mailed
Formal notices of warnings, pro-
bations, and unsatisfactory work were
mailed ycsterdlay to students in the
Iliterary college whose names begin
with either "a" or "b". Owing to the
unusual number of unsatisfactory re-
,jports this, semester, the work of gett-
ing them arranged for mailing has
.been slow, and it is doubtful if they
all will be out before Friday.
l inMr. Galswor'tiy advocates the trans-
ferrinug every year of some two hun-
d cred thousand boys and girls, be-
tween the ages of fourteen and eight-
_jeen, to the dominions, "which are
pantin; for population, but which
rightly want it. good." The children
are not spoiled by town life as the
'jEnglish adult: is. Mr. (Galsworthy
points out. 'hat the fate of the idea
is to 1) in his novel will not be0 known
unitil the endo of the inovel is reached.

r

to~

G!
I
.r
t
_ t
t
f
.f
;;
.
;
,
,
.
.,
,I
i
,
,j
.
i
_,
{
T
_
i
I
i,

bandiy
M BOXES.
1 to 5 Lbs.
Gilbert's
1 to 5 Lbs.
Martha
Washington
(Fresh Every Friday)
TI'C E'S
709 N. 'University
Wlrapped aild )Iailed
J ver'y tWeCdsdy

Y~ou Should lWayi

WARINGIS PENNSYLVANIANS
(Majestic T1 Rare This Meik)

ON THE NEW

* Orthophonic Victrola
Limited Numbcer for Xmas Deliverly.
UNIVER'S'ITY MUSIC -H-OSE
601 E. WILLIAM SAT.
Read The, Daily "Classified" Columns

utaries, the reason for its undevelop-
Seve ral special lectures in forestry!
_-~ to be given during the next few
weeks. Among the lectuirers who
1have promised Cto d(liveradrse
are: 1Prof. H1. H. Chapman of the foir N ews From C
es yschoo l of Yale university, Dr. S.;
s'. Dana, director of the morthet trn: I-. _______
forest experiment station at Amherst,! ]IYO ILNI-h
MasClyde B. Leavitt, '01, and M.I UNIVEIT OF IL OS-h
', 1orestry, '04, chief forester of thiel Libr-ary has received a copy of the
D:om)inion conservation commission "'Bibliography of Aeronautics" by Pu
Ottawa, Canada. 'i lvoc1kett. assistant librarian of thel
'he, first lecture, which will be Smithsonian Institute, Washington,
gvnby Professor Chapman at 4 :15 -1. C. This ibliography contains the
o'clckTueday Dee 15in he at-titles of 131,500 books and articles in,
ral_ Scii ce audzcitoriumt, will bie af all languages.
('.? cu 4 'trof,"The Ne cessity of a Pro-!
feso.of Frsr in America." It UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-In or-
ithought 1that!!studefnts, otlier than d'er to acquaint students of the Uni-i
II n toseespcialy nteest~l n fr~:versity of .T'exai with the question of
lhr:) hos ese(:! 1y ntee ering ~-,t;ieUnited States 'i he World Court,
sti , wll e iterste muthe students assemly has planned an
his treatmentof this subject. elctoa ap~n
Pofess;or Chama hs spent many Two delegates will represent the
yeas i th1UitedI States forest son- University of Textas at the convention
vic e adzinceP1911 has been Ilarri- t o be held at Princeton University on
manPrfesorof fores t 'management! Dec. 11 and 12 to discuss the question
at YTale.He has written numerous of the entrance of the United States
z nagazine art~ieles and. the following:} into thre World Court.

oly.' in England" and, although time story'
is primarily of young people, their lifej
andl their actions, the pall of con di-I
tions as they are hovers in the back-,
# h or ("fb 1k cit - Iground' continually.

i
I

Code," as it is called, is being given
a trial at the 'present time, this trial
to last through the p~resent school
year. Reports procur~ed indicate that'!
a few of the faculty members are re-
fusing to a bide' by thue rules of the
code, a. fact. whichi is very displeasing;.
to the student body.
yPENN STATE-A freshman was1
forced to sacrifice Ihis locks for con-
versing withlua member of the fairer I
sex, contrary to yearling rules and
tradhitionus. TPhe Student Council. up-
hieid the decision of thte Tribunal ini
the case.

....,.
..
.
'
t
i.
i
i
I
I
I
l

,.- ,a ..,., ., ..,,
t

AdElbb,
Lo E

i

"Forstr~'y Van Tlatin, 1914, "Forest!
i~esuatun" 191,and "Forest Fi-
mne,1924.
Dates for tire other lectures have
notL yet been fixed.
APPO INSNWAJTT
DETR I O IT, 1 $.-8-Robert J. Byeirs
of H1oughtion,leb, has been appoint-I
ed de partmenr':t'Jutant for the state]
of Michig an Ame-rican legion by De-.
pa rtmntt Cormrander J osephr Herbert,
of M\anistique, to succeed T. W. Kolbe,
r esigned.

INDiANA-The old oaken bucket, l
to have been presented tire winner of
the Indiana-Purdue ganme, will be
'held in time Men's Gymnrasium, as no
"provision had been made in tihe case
t )1 a tie. A traditon will be started
by teeping it in the possession ofi
Inina until Purdue wins a game.
The bucket was obtained by tire
'alumni of Purdue and Indiana resid-
ing in Chicago, to serve as a tradi-
tional reward similar to the Littler1
Brown Jug for Michigan and Minne-
sota.
UIVEiRSITY OF WASHINGTON-
By vote of the students and faculty of
tire University of Washington an hon-
or code has been adopted for that
school this year. The "Washington

BIRD0FAILY HARD HIT'
IN 'MOTOR CASUALTIES1
YPSIzL'ANTI, Dec.8.-According to
Miss, G ieva S mithe, of this city, see-
rotry i' the ihligan Audubon so-
ciety, observations nmade by members.
of -tihe society show a heavy loss of
bird life through accidemntal enrcoun-
ters with automobiles on highways.
O0iie member keptt a detailed record
of birds found dead oni the roads in
the last three years. Thre list includes
29 different Species.
ROME.-bogko, king of the Mendi,
a t-~st. African tribe, is employed as
laborer somewhere ini Europe under
the adopted naimie of Robert Taylor.

PAY 'JOUR SStCI I:}PION

NOW.

at a haleof aifle ce

just a fW. cents

make

9,'

I
,
i
I
I
k
I
i
a
1
I
i

I
I
I
i
1
I
I
I
t
I
i

There is still ampl~e time to get ideal gifts
here which you will not be able to get if

Chri m~mU

DO INU
I B S% hrI

Pping

f1
1
!i
s
I
!

you wait until the last minute to do your
shopping.
Even now there are only
9 More Shopping Days BeforeYo
The local merchants have spent much time
and moneyT in securing for you the type of gift
that will appeal to you. No other place except
Ann Arbor can offer the variety of gifts.

A

(

i

« "

/

1
I
i

p1
I

MI

W"Af, 4z-

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan