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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AVE'DNESDAY, NOVEMBl,"IZ 21, 1112(;

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WNDNESI)A Y, NOVEMBER 21. i~)2I;

Natural, Psychological Laws Are Cited
As Fundamental Causes Behind Politics'
That government is not a matter of as the law of natural determinism,
human discretion, but is fundamental-' which holds that the, government and
ly directed by natural and psychol- politics of a country are influlenced
ogical laws was strongly emphasized
by Prof. "William Bennet Munro of H~ai-'to a much greater extent tlhan the
yard university in a lecture recentlyj averagec man-,suspects, by factors of
given at Cornell un22iversity. ° e£1 13 ; :' and. raco, which are not.
Because everything in nature seemns ithilihI power to control or alter.,
to move in definite seasons or cycef l( ,a ,t8rP ii), Swit.zerland. and the
governed by laws which are definitely ntds -vs h he onre
fixed, Professor Munro reasoned that. ni ('n ,<.SE~z ~iO 30scheme of
there are controlling laws governing, governiment tfor the longest period of
politics in. a world in which everything
else is regulated by laws.
The first of these laws he defined
ATTEDETROIT THEATRES IacationDa

time, were cited by Professor Munro,
a:, countries whose geograp)hical'
asrvects have been contributory to thet
formi ofgo veritnclit.
Th~e inevitablle inclinlation of all
govermntenits to ;iui ocacy is thie see-
(,fd law of politics, he clrz1a red.
IOt her fat ors pointedi out bylofs
Prfssor Munro are t he softening intluence
Ninich official responsibility always
exerts up)on t1hosc who are in pow~er;
thle .pri nciplp of. human psychology:
I ha t te ordinary man dlops not vote
fra nytliing;, but against, something;
and the fact thit every political move-!
Yne t produce,, a counterpoise and re-
e Iin react ion.
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T7Lrphecy -
On some rainy day, you will turn
down your hat and thank God
for John Hancock.R
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Oil BOSTON. MASSACNiU£TS

Headin' for 'Tish's
Me, Too
4 ' When in want of any Fruit
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SHUEIRT LAFAYET'TE
Lafayette at Shelby Street
Biggest Musical Hit on fourr continents.
CASTLE S
IN TIHE AIRI
With Donald Brian, Roy Cropper,
Virginia O'Brien

Do not wait too late to buy your Christmas' gifts. You
:ec y have frieids you wish to make happy at Christmas.
Cur line is complete of useful gifts. Come in early and select
your gifts while there is a good selection.

A hoot cup of chocolate is just what
you need these cold days, and CRIP-

PEN'S is the place to get it.

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,ANSTELL NIvgets -75C to $1,51
Mats. Tues., Thurs. Sat.,
PLAYHOUSE 50c aiid 75c.
Father Loves Applesauce.
iter oves Applesauce.
Ssther Loves Applesauce."I
Brother Loves A pplesauce.
Yes-ANTS THU XWHOLEU WID) WORLD)
LO\V ES
APPLESAUCEI
GARRICK
Ethel Waters In
"MISS CALICO"
N ights, 50c Ito $2.00)
Thanksgiving anid Saturday
Matinees-S-5c to $1.50
CASSTHEATER'
Di 1 ROIT
Lafayette at Wayne Cad. 110o
"The Vagabond King"
Basged onl
"IF I WERE KING"
Nights, $1 to $3, Sat. Mat., 75c to $2.50.

CASSEROLES'
URNS
TRAY'S
PIE SERVERS
CAKE SERVERS
SILVERWARE
CUTLERY

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SHOES AND SKATES
SKIS
GUNS
FLASHLIGHTS
DESK LIGHTS
WASTE BASKETS

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wholesale prices.

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The qualit' of

our malted mills

needs no introduction to Mich
students.
FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIES

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AF ake Gmood and Useful Gifts
STiATIE STREET H"ARD A E
310 South State St. Dial 5015
Qua lity, Quantity and Prices Right.

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The Schultz Grocery

Wholesale and Retail

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Phone 4277

1 14 East Washington St.

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HAPPY DAYS!
It's the Third Annual
Majestic Syncopation Week
Scintillatin'
Syncopati n'
Sensation!

Syncopating Sute-sihe was pret-
ty gas 11 ballad with song-hit
talenit, and a ilat-.note future-
iUntl-oh, make a date -with your-
self to see it!

"A Store in Every Shopping Center."
723 N. Univ. 217 N. Main 219 S. Main
Phone 9797 Phone 8511 Phone 6811

The Po)pular Fellow
-alwlays plays
a Jiusical Instrument

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the list of every gathering-the
party isn't a success without
trim. t13
You can soon learn to II
play some small musicalIl
instrum ient. Come in and J
let us; give you informa-
tion and advice as to the
instrument best suited for
you-and get started to-
dlay!

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IThanks giving
Special
VACATION TOUR TO
Aluscile Shoal.

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Tenor B mjos, $15 Up
Tiolnm Outfits, $14 Up
Ukulleles, $2.25 Up
Banjo-ikes, $5.50 Up
Guitars, lowr as $12
Band

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M. November 24,
M. November 28,

1926
1926

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Complete with
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Trumpets
Clarinets
Flutes
Xylophones
Drums
Orch. Bells
Etc.,

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The latest song and dance hits are. here.
Glad to play them for you.
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All the latest dance hits. f
ORCHESTRATIONS
-of, all the late numbers. Try us!
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116 South /Main Street

For
Thanksgiving
Day

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