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November 18, 1926 - Image 3

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WAGF~ TflR1~

'iY Prod -m-iride A
Io.rd1'13Iiy~eist a¢iliNobel !'ri',e
The intellectual power of modern
rian does Tiot Sur pass, and perhaps
doesf iiot equal. tHt of the Athenlia
and Allexandiai of 1,000 yea rs ago.
Althbough discoveriejsini physic~since
1900f have revolutionized1 the scientists'

Movable Wings Raise And Lower New Style Plane



New Minister

At the meeting of the state officersj
of the American Bar association and
the directors of the Michigan Bar w,-!
sociation, which was held at th( La) w--
yer's club recently, it was decidedl to
advocate the passage of the Uniform
Statutes on Chattel Mortgages, (?oml h-
tional Sales and Motor. Vehicles, at
the next meeting of- the state legis-
lature, which will be held in lAla reli
at Lansing. These statutes certt
drawn uip, by the commiissioner., on
Uniform' State Laws, a body made u-1)
of three representatives-, from each
state in the Union.
The assembly -was held expressly
for this purpose of arranging the
legislative program, that is, to decide
which of the bills preparedI by the
Uniform State Law committee should
be presented and urged to the le?;.,-
lature with the endorsement of the
State Bar association.
Plans for the annual meeting of the
State Bar association, to be held next
summer in Jackson, were discussedE
by the~ directors. Stewart E. Knappen, I
'98, president of the Michigan liar as-
sociation presided.
VIENNA.-Dr. Franz Exner, fam-
ous physicist, is dead.

Today Will -Be Last
O pportunity To Get
'Ensian Applications
Today will offer the final opportun-
ity for students to make applications
for the 1927 Michigan ensian at the six
campus booths maintained for that
1purpose. For those who apply now
and pay before Christmaas, the. price
will bu $3.50; after Christmas, the
charge will be $4.00.
Regarding the scoring of points by
which the, fraternities, sororities, and
dormitories may secure complimen-
tary coipies, it was announced yester-
slay that the unpaid subscriptions
zigneed for by members of the houses
woulId have to be paid before Dec.
15 to he counted. For that reason, no
awards of complimentary rp-'re-
cipts can be issued until th , date.
F~ree annuals NWIl be given to organii-
! t ionis securing 30 points on the basis
of one point for each subscription.
Two tables for women applicants
are maintained in the. lobby of Angell
hail and on the first bioor of Univer-
sity hall. Other. booths are located
in the center and ai both ends of the
diagonal and in the Law buildinig.
Payment may be made at the Press
building any afternoon during the

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thinking, the mnoreI
ifim7at ely one gela
in touch with last
civilizations t Ih e
inure hie is struIck
by the similarity
between ItheNway
People lived and
talked 2,000 or3-
000 years ago and
the way they live
andl talk today,
Such things as the
beauty of wFomn,
the, streigth o;

George Gretziano, 'Rouimania's new
minister to thie United States.

r: MA. t~ili: IIT~IIth flvorof Loy, ready to take off. Note}
strawberi es, the aroma of flowers, th<nl twic h ig o
-thle loyeof friends, courtship, mr ii)i ~irest. ~r y I# ' .,plane to at- (''ntraI Pf sG Pholo. a
age and divorce, the Tace track, thTe r a{.. ,. .e.
wrestling and boxing match all play-
edl almost exactly the same role inl
the lives of the people of ancient''
Romne as they do in the lives of the; CUBANS RECALL E l nro lime t At Yale
people of New Haven and New York. i RUGU iAN LEG ATE Eces5 0Mr
Greek sculpture and Greek archi-1JL V 'Ex e ds50 @ ar
tecture we can but freely imitate to-i1
(lay. In intellectual power wve do not; (By Associated Press)j
surpass, even if we eqfual, the Ath- ( HAVANA, Nov. 17.-Cuba has ser- NEW HAVEN, ('onn.--A total of 5,-
enians or the A~exandriTans. tiered diplomatic relations with Urn- 17suet r eitrda 'l
In devotion to moral and spiritual 1 guay. The Cuban gover~nment todayj university this year, it was madle
ideals where canl the twentieth. con- recalled its minister to Uruguay be -___________afertheial____________ofth
tury show anything -finer than the cause of the failure" of the Alontevi-
death of Socrates? And wvas it not dean government to give satisfaction!
~2,000 years ago in Galilee that one for ail alleged insult to Cuba's dignity,
lived of whom thie whole thinking iocied by the Uruguan delegates be: - - PERFORMANCE,.
world still says, "Never man spake as; fore the League of Nations at Geneva.
this man?" Was the 01(1 cynic of Ec- Th~e Cuban minister was instructed!
clesiastes right when, he said, "Is to leave Uruguay immediately, and the
there anything of which it may be Cuban minister at Buenos Aires, was i,
said, See, this is new. It hath al- ordered home' for not acting promptly I"
readly been of 01(1 time which was be- when articles offensive to Cuba's dig- '110he me1aagem~ellt N'ishes to ein
fore us'"?nity were published in newspapers in ' = T" t.1 yitig; to convey to t iiep
If Galileo's own York were subtract- theArgentine capital. he rao. linle. A pidure so phr~as
e'( from modern civilization the whole i30110P 11 Ilitlc a ppvoviil and
of that civilization would collapse like1 sible, first,, the (discovery of the law ).{i(niO Tnl Oil.i,5 a ~
a house of cards, and the world1 would 1of gavtaioand, eod, hulti-(1't(
revert to the condition of life lpreval- j mate, triumph of celestial mechanics. Oha mte halnlas [,,he arn
ing in ancient times, not a single dy- Also his work reshaped philosophy, :i hat heir ilnle1si~el lpuai'
naical device for the utilization of and it reshaped religion, for-truh ,aytehostilnngfpe
power;. or the transformation of the it man began for the first time to I )slow quote our local critic's opin
energy stored up in nature can be deC-j know God, not a caprice and whim,I Yet the attendiance is far lBelo
signed today without the use of. the such as were all the gods of the anc- Merely wish all who read this me,
mechanical laws .discovered by Gal- ient world, but a God who -works he ,acid test by seeing it for hl
itle and completely unknown to the through law. It also changed man's persontally responsible should itf
ancient world. conception of "duty, the second element patron of this theatre.
But it was not merely the material( in religion, for it began to reveal a + '
side of human. civilization which Gal - nature of orderliness, a nature whichI
ileo's work revolutionized. It changed' can be relied upon and a nature of
manl's whole conception of the uni-= unlimited hidden forces capable of ~
verse, for out of his work camne the being discovered and harness;ed for _I
indispensable idea which made pos- I the benefit of mankind.
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various schools had been tabulated.
Yale college has a high enrollment of
1,543, with a senior class of 460. The
next largest registration is in the
Sheffield scientific school, where 707
men are enrolled.
Michigan is represented by 12 stu-
dents, all of the entering class of*
this year.

mphasize Just what
public when using
tst'd has earned the
1is free from all
enteretainnment is
s, .Jo1n1 3.arrymlore,
amore's praise feel-
y with you wold~
eture's worth, and
)w normal. I sin-
essage will give it;
ilself. I w~ill be
fail to please any
T imes-NeD's
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1RoaldI;liarln"BlleBennett'Alice Joyce-

A beautiful story of a heart
of gold that lay within a tawdry
exterior, of a mother's love that
was great enough, to make the
sacrifice of life, an enduring
(leath; a picture havng a theme
really big, with a heart throb
here and a bit of laughter there.
Such is Stella D~allas, which is
showing this week at Arcade
Belle Bennett gives one of the
most strikingly beautiful char-
acters of the year in her role
of Stella Dallas. Lois Moran
rises to hitherto unbelieved
heights in her part of Laural.
In a young girl role of this type
she is splendid and Ronald Col-
man and Alice Joyce as Stephen
Dallas and H-elen Morrison of
the understanding heart, are
true to type. Jean Hersholt,
famous character actor, plays
the part of Munn, the riding
master, and again adds laurels
to his already plentiful collec-
S Sennett Conmedy I
With Alice Day
TlEToday's INews


WHERE did our Alphabiet come
from? From signs of thin gs-hiero-
glyphics, symbols? From the six-.
teen letters of the Phoenicians, car-
tied into Greece, thence to Rome and'
Son to Britain? No doubt it is the
result of the combined efforts of
many'_ peoples striving toward a
jcommon means of communication."
'i The Associated Press, which sup-
:plies the world's news, holds the
.keynote of efficiency in the use of.
;the A B C's. An army of 80,000 re-
Sporters gathers the news for an army
!of printers, that the public may
quickly read vital, accurate news of
ii"world-wide activities., Read
A~atritrb ]1rrn.0-


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The Proudesi Moment
in the !arc's Histori) to
Ainio ce mee eCI s'Mos~t
B)eloved Gridironi Coach
Who .1"ersonill11s
Ariranged and
D~ireiced the ! -Di ?4 r


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