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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TT'ESDAY, FE'DItl",'SPY 23, 192G

RAGE :;rMTQ THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 192G

KRFflIrAI RfllI'FITY

Government May Buy Canal

Colorado Professor lliiSpeaik 1Vi on
"Valuie Of Law 'Of Probblblly !_ z
In Diagnosis" o/ k~v
IS MICHIGAN GRADUAIT/
lj,- e?0-rPl0 1' c
Prof. James R. Arneill, '94M, of the 77VN70r oleo2
Medical school at the University of C
Colorado, will be the speaker at the ioN
February meeting of the Washtenaw;
Coutnty Medical society to be held at ;.-
6 o'clock"Thursday in the Union. Dr. '-
Arneill will discuss the "Value of the tom ~ ' ~ '' /T
Law of Probability in Diagnosis". The
meeting is arranged to follow th~e ses-
sion of the Congress on Internal Medi-/
cine to be held. at the Union that after- fv}rvF
'noon to which the members of the l NJ fi
local society are invited. The pro- <,u ==t 4- ,.' f
gram includes dinner, a business P nx ,y
meeting and the address.
Dr. Arneill is a former active mein-~
ter of the society. After receiving
'his medical degree from the Univer-
sity in 1894, he was instructor in the After five years of controversy it
clinical medicine department for sev- cations are that the projectedl porch,
eral- years. He went to the Colorado ;erment for $11,500,000 is nearing a s(
school as a professor of medicine in the waterway, first opened in 1916 tc
1904, and has held this position since and New York. It was built with prig
that time. Dr. Arneill is the author '
of "Clinical Analysis and Urinology",
a medical volume published in- 1905, 'ENSIAM PAYMENTS
and of several articles in the "Refer-___
ence Handbook on Medical Sciences." Payments for the 'O~nsian will
Dr. Theron S. Langford, secretary{ be received at the 'Ensian offices
of the society, announced in a recent in the Press building from 2 to
letter to the members that the Clini- I 5 o'clock daily. Checks, dated
cal society of the University hospital{ ahead to March 1, will be ac-
hiad invited the county physicians toj cepted.
attend their meetings. 1-1e also added!-_________ _______
that this courtesy was greatly apre-! ;________________
ciated by the members of the Wash-IPA
tenaw organization. I PAY - -

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1WAITEWRIE RIL Students Leave
To Study Abroad
0ON CRIME SLPFIE1[SIW Douglas D. Loree, e-rd n
!___ Lewis M. Wetzel, '26A, sailed for Eu-
1 eIn h F'bf-uary'issue of The Atlan- rope on the S. S. Aquitania from New
tic MAo nthly is published an t,000 word York city yesterday. They will traveli
artflc enetitl(ed "'The C'ont rol of «rud h continent studying Euro-

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are Slow!

ECrime,'' wr-iten by Prof. John Barker
\Vaite of th-e Law school. The essay,I
dlevelop~ed by a series: of illustrations,
seeks' to expalaiin the inefficiency prev-
alent in Rower tribunals and in mnunic-
ipaal police forces. Professor Waite
also points out why there is so great
a c2i ruancy between the number Of
law-breakers arrested and the num-
b er tried° and convicted.

peari architecture, spending most of
their time in Paris and Rome, return-j
ing to this country late next Sep-
t ember.
SCHI ARLOTTESVILLE, Va.---Thomas.
Jefferson Ranmdolph, great-grandson of
Tjhomas Jefferson, died at his home,
here today after a brief, illness,

That is why we feel 'that
you will be more satisfied to send your
laundry here and have it' done promptly
than to send it home and have it delayed
in returning.
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