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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUDELA DREPORTS PR~OPOSALS ( sary to sue over again upon a judg-
CONSI E~?E BY B R SS CIA lON ment renMdereCd in a sister state," ex-
ITIJLE TALKS ADOUVT SUNDERLN DR DBA S O I I NPoesrSneln."hr
BELIFS F T LST Y IProposas for a federal statute regu-' power to the judge to call expiertssoil able decrees can be enforced at all
laig h gvngo eprtte loubeafof tecut n ohv h naohrstate."
and another which wouIl pertainl to'fe of such experts affixedl by the______________
President Says "The 3feaning. Of Life"Ithe honorinzg of the decisions of the court and paid by the state."
Is Best Known ByIndividual's i IAnother matter given consideration !dtdtA u n ek
Relationship To Hiumanit Icorsoon la ilteusofy 'at the meeting, was a p~roposed statute
_____I anlother, wetire conlsidere'd at the mnet-
. sby which judgment or decrees ronl-i MADISON, Wis.-Editors of the
OPPORTUNITY IS TEST Ing of. the A mericran Bar Association byacutioesaemybenvriyofWcninDlyCd-
_____coznni:.tccoon ?u='isiiru dence and. law cec ya or noesaepa eUiest fZicni al ari
relorm lheld last week in NewYork1, ;registeredl in a cornrespondinzg court tzea have inaugurted a weeklyr to be
"Self nhe re anityloateI accordling to Prof. E. R.. Sunderlandi in any other state and enforced inl ex-' out to aun
both necessaryinteraztol of the L fth ,aw schifol, a miember of tle actly the same way as though original- sn usrbrcry
fuller meaning of life," declared Tres-!cmmttee. ly rendered in the latter court. "Un-! ing reports of the most striking and1
ident Clarence Cook Little, in an ad: "The commzittee already Iwod under der the present, practice it is neces- interesting events of the week.
dress yesterday in Angell hall 01, consideratiozn. a lproposed federal
Tolstoy's book,."The Meaning of Life." statlite regulalting the giving of ex- !I
The key to this understanding, h4e pert testimvony," ,paid. Professor Sun-1
stated, lies somewhere in the relation (lderlandl. "'I he purpose of the statute
of the self, or individual, to humanity, is to avoide th'e indiscriminate and
or the surroundings. scaniaiou9 USCe(of the higher testi-
He pointed out that the self heas for mony of expert witnesses. The com- r
its. 'ackground a product of inhler-I niittec's pz oposal involves giving the;
stance, and humanity's- backgroundelis
socialb inheritance. The individual ; T T EDETROI TNTH TRESj
moay beinfluenced by external fac-_____________
tors, but if the surrounding is re--~ th
moved, he, will revert back to lhis I5 ,TH A Fo rmerlythe"Palace of weeds"
,original ancestral self. The basis of Lafayctte t Wayne zruCIread. 1100I
humanity is, on the other hand, less i The Vagabond Ki g
subject to change, as may be seen byaE'edo
literature, which is the means of ex- 9F l EEI(("
pression of the social aspect. ihs 't ISt a. 5 t ~.lk ' braad'ks
The relationashipbetween these two'___ights,__$i __to_$3__sat.___eatDoyo5come-mc$e.pie
forces is most fittingly expressed byI
opportunity, which is, if properlyI BONSTELLE Nights - 75c to $i.So I o r'ormasan5uce
treaed, he eanig oflif in ts fll LAYHUSE ats. Tues:, Thurs. Sat.,
treted th menig o lie i it fll PLYHOSE50c and 75c.I
,interpretation, stated President Little, -m. ,T~li\ kT.db T.F1LT mA VQ I

Delay License Sale

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Contrary to pr evious aninounce- Prof Francis A. Curtis, of the
meats, automobile license lahtes tor :school of Education, was elected
1927. will not be placed on sale at thle ' chcirmxan of the general science sec-.,
Washtenaw brginch of the stllte deg- Lion of the Central Association of Sei-
p~artmuent in the Chanmber of Com-
in erce building, until Jan. 1. ( IU,0 dfl, ,Aiatenahicacentlya
OSLO.-Lincoln Ellsworti ar en1C'l er Professor Curtis hasy
decorated by King llaakon. ldohe in this section.

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Fountain Service
We deliver from 7 P. M. to 1 1 P. M.

G ;ARRICK
"IN THIS ROOM"
With Louis Wollielni
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200 Mixed Voices 150 Children's Voices.
Frederick Alexander, Conductor'I
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Old Noels in Latin, French, Russian, English.
' ~English-. Madrigals, French and Irish Folk Tunes.
Auditorium, Ypsilanti, Thursday, Dec. 9, 8 P. MV.
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Hart, Schaffner & Marx $50 and $55 Overcoats. Excep-
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