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AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIbAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1926

DERT tGUEWILL
go'vrn feJnt Ow er. hip of Coal IM ne
Wll be Prelimiary Topic of
Ulgh °Shol 1Debaters.
236 SCQIO4LS ENROLLED,
With ord cnrollment of 23C
igh > 11 ,3rt, ' Michigan High
drhool l+2 iit.bhue will swing
into0 a( jj i ojjiio with the frst coe-
t est s i h Jinary round. "RI
solved, that HOw. uited :States ('overn-
VItylnt X10lit Iouathe coal mines,".i
the gtit:>fioni that will be bandied aboutI
till the fi mil victor anl winner of lh
state ehafiinoflihip is proclaimed in
the i lleon est at Ann Arbor, nextI
S May.
Te oenrfliment of 20 schools not
s o ply sis a ecord for the league, but
a,,o nrx wi pis tho largest of its kind'
in the f tnielI-',tats.-
" jvr s t. , ,pm) iiah school ppis
throughout the state have been making
a4 innrisive study of the question.
singe the beginning u September in
preparation for the race for state
forensic hnors. From this group the
" 690 el1baters who wil'take art in this
evening's' contest have been selected.
Each sschool in the "league ogages
in a seies of four debates, comprising
the prelmiiary series. The leading
schools are to be determined by a
pointsystem, the favoring vote of each
Judge at each contest to be counted as
one point. Aftier-the preliminary
" series, the leading teams are de-
termined and (-tered in the elimina-
tion series.
Ua ingio~io . in the Northern
Pol! illya>1;d gt gue will also b
eeti'retlin ti ,,eI1 t, nation contest. The s
l-a I t0 .' of the elimination f
sse m~E i n . a. final contest. at Ann
Arbor, at chi..tli..h: state champion-
ship team:,;wiA iw, determined. Last
year, 64 team, were entered in, the
elimination uconta Ls, but the number
for this year has not as yet been d-I
' termined.C
MEDICAL SCHO0OL
70RECEIVE INEW
LIBRARY BOOKtS
Announcement has been made by
7 r. A. S."Warthi of the patholoy
department of the medical school con-
trning the establishment of a col-
lection of works for the medical li-
brary to be known as the Dr. Ernestl
\W. Maass Collection. Dr. Haass was a
graduate o the medical school of 192
and is now deceased. The fund for !
the purchasing of the books is to toal
$5,000, and wil be entirely presented
by Walter .J-aass of Detroit, a grad-
nate of the law school in memory ofI
his brother.
! ~ flrit installment of $1,000 has been
rai. iviedi by 1)t.Warthin withini the
last week,'
The g fi i ai:>;f itiedc for a collection
of the luan anhu lo Internal Medi-
cine, compriising the earliest medical
works known. These were published
before 1501.
Since only the originals are sought,
great difficulty is expressed in obtain-
ing them, according to Dr. Warthin.
SOM~fETHING NEW-GOOD TO EAT
JAPAES
wheni red rip
r is ~ 4a"iwher U. S. A. $2
N? KOIT) .1i. champaig, III

Clark Will Ad'dress
Scholastic So ietv

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lCRIM~E IN CREASE their careers, usually for the worse. the more a elace to to coeniunty. ItWe are too munch concerned with x- said that every society has the crim-t
IThose we catch become hardened Finally, Ibis, problem {: ifin ,m teinal things. Meanwhile, the' puhie' nals it deserves. This is a half truth,'
1IS DUE. LARGELY i under the regime that prevails; while which The Daily Io ambitiously (sevice falters, and the things of the but will perhaps allay the suspn
'(5-ENV&771R 37N fl?& thnce we don't 'catch, and those we <<4 w4.ntold lead i; tw e~mn
1. it' we weJr, vI vjn and spirit are given often until your next contribution.
catch and do not convict, due to maia- to follow'I.-cOath. fn c n ,ideIrnsoe 'second plae een in those centes
(Vciitlniied ~~~~~ ~ administration of the law, develop a !of the tdomfinant zau,3los comHr ilnr'where the rsupedtb cl-JFoytw sae nwhv Icqt[
gesense of security that makes them all I trends of our Amecrica c(iilzatic a. iated. It was Feri.itik h rspnin as
In considering the influence of the
; n - r n e t c e t i p o t s s o l b elk e p t in m in d . F irs t, th a t it is n e v e r
precisely the same for any two indi-
th aefml;scn;ta ti]Inot only the material, but also the PLYOS
psychological e n v ir o n m e r, t that "
count I; third, that not only (10 mdi-1.
viduals tend to select their environ- HM
ments on the basis of their personality

j rnlbtasta h niomnis selective of individuals and of their
qualities.
Crime, then, has been well defined'
as the reaction of a particular indi-
vidual to a. particular environment.
The interplay between these two, t s
l revealed in the individual case history
affords the most satisfactory data for
studying the criminal.
As to the particular environmental
,factors that play a part in the nmaking
of the criminal, by which is meant his
attitudes and habits, one should in-1
clude the poor homes, the unfortunate
psychological relations within other -
wise good homes, the street and gangI
life, poor educational and industrial
opportunities; and, above all, the
(court and institutional experience of
the criminal, which may serve only tol
confirm his anti-social attitudes. In
other words, what we do or don't do

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*TILWMt!AS AR1ULE CLARK.
Dean of Students of the University
of Illinois, who will attend the istal-
lation of Phi Eta. Sigma, honor...ary
scholastic freshman society, tonightf
in the onion.

Subscribe for The IilbIgan Daily, with them, has a great inouence on

Dancing Till 1 Saturday.
Saturday Afternoon'; Free radio returns
of, the Mieh'igan-Minnesota game.
Evening : Conference championship cee-t
bration.
The Campus Owls-original Playhouse
band, will furnish music both nights.
Phone your reservation-89O8.

elec6t Them No
Gloomy wintry days call for bright, cheerful rooms,
which may be brought about by selecting wall-papers appro-
priate for that room. We are always glad to help you have
your papers harmonize with your woodwork and hangings-
We carry in stock specially priced papers at from 5c

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SMore length, straight lines, wide shoulders and HART
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$33.50 to $45.00
Our suits by Hart Schagfner & Marx give you all that you
can wish for-Styles Good Taste, Dignity.
$33.50 to $45.00
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Thee prices enable you to

buy wall paper enough for an entire room for' less than one
dollar.
'We also carry a splendid line of paints, lacquer, enamels,
varnishes, stains, glass, shades, in fact everything in the wall
paper or paint line.

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CASS, Dh.TROITI
Lafayette at Wayne Carl.i110
"The Vagabond King"'
Based on
"IF I WERE K~ING"
{ Nghts, $x to $3; Sat. Mat., 75c to $2.50.
BR1 1~ NightS -75c to $1.50
BI SEL 1 Mats. Tuies., Thurs. bat.,
PLAYHOUSE 50c and 75c.
k athier Loves Applesauce.
1 Mother Loves Applesauce..
Sister Loves Apple-auce.
' T-rother Loves Arplesauce.
Yes-AND THER itHO L$WIDHt WORLD
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When you remember that here you are assured of Quality and Style, combined with
tailoring such as only "Wooltex," Printzess" and "Fischman" factories can produce,
you realize the advantages this sale offers.

Author of The Sivanit
Mreek, The Winterfeast,
-4ening, and other plays.

in the House, The Terrible
The Idol-Breaker, The Chas-.

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All Coats
Selling Up to $115
are now
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All Coats
S'elling Up to $79.50
are now
$68,

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All Coats
Selling Up to $59..50
are now
$
on every coat in stock.

Ed ih W.ine Malihison

In addition to these special groups we are reducing the price

HILL AUDITORIUM-
Tuesday, Nov. 23
8 P.M.
Tickets on Sale at Slater's

Travel Coats and Dress Coats now as low as $24. In all these groups the price advantage
is more readily apparent when you compare the prices asked with those in the stores here
I and in Detroit.
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