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EQUIPMENT BY FORD
Gift By President Of Motor ('omniYt
Is Valuable For Srta wlardization
Laboratory
GUAOE ARE RECEIVED
As the first step towarid eqluiping the
standardizati on laboratories of, the
Univer'sity, Ed, el Ford, president of'
the Ford Motor company, has pre-
sented to IDean ii ortimner E. Cooley,
of the engineering college a complete
set of Johansson guages, accurate to
the two-millionths of an inch. The set.
is one of two outfits made for thae
Ford Motor company, andl is valued at
about $500. The other set, is for use
in the engineering shops of the Ford
Motor company.
"I feel sure," said Dean Cooley, i i
commenting on the university's flit urc
standardization labgratories, "that
such a laboratory would be w,,!(o7-,ed
by the people of Michigan, ar it
would afford opportunity neari home
to determine the accurac'y of ins4tru -
ments used is connection wvith busi-
ness.
The set contains 81 gu:agcs, each
one of them a highly polishe l piece
of steel, and pleasuring from one tenth
of a~ inch to two inches. The , uage,:
will measure any object within these
two lengths to the ten' thousandths
with an accuracy of two millionths of
an inch.

Large GroupeRepresents University At
Student Conference Held A:t Milwaukee
As the largest (lelegation of any off and Many viewpoints given by the
the colleges which were reCpresenited, students who attended the various
at the National Student conference,; meetings. Discussion groups were al-
held in Milwaulkee, D~ec. 28, to Jan2. 1, so held in the afternoon and a lecture
4 the Unliver sity sent 45 studen '. Aore wafa given each evening.
than 2,5104 students from colleesan(c 'lie most importanlt of the ques-
universities in all e(ctiol is 0tii'' o; N to come uip for discussion coi-
So11l0, y a ft en 1c hOeeon.-o' ,1 iO. it'dI xwar .and milita rismn, under-
large number of forel-u ii tule ntsWI' Ya clng or (Cod, topics of i ntcirnaf io)-
p~resentlt at the meeotinigs.alt tis and the race (Iner t on. Most,
Progrms on 5 ellthe d~t 'rEmlt da or 7 of t?' oe estitons «wer'e (lizcuss(
the c o1 ,,ration openedi with a moloiajii? w' I 1relationx to college life; the R. 0.
session att which well-known s;peaker s, . "('.,, Which is compulsory for the
fromt all over the world addressed th,.-.
gathering]s of all the student.. Im- ________________________
medliatly aftetr these lectures the;
lIarge meeting broke into) smaller dis-'
cusir Lop-ovrwhich profes~i( :r F1or Brother
sand oth(:r; connected wvith uiZversitie
pr es'd. I In these grouts the Ic--
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5t wo 'year s in many colleg..,es, was Nob'.ie plft for scienc31n 1924, tandm
Jlisruss.,ed a's all m'pel & militairm ; ="' eurP. Van l0usn wer amon
..qet o f e.oretlieo IL Vh o gave t"1aks during the pr-1-
of15 ofd nIS o ig S Cd, 11tmong the1grouple)iad1;'1',who(cOn-
Was ;o',252.011>3(h usio'-;.we e i2iliner S. C.
ofr S.. I t-enl";Io eg o;bru fYllUnver£;ityOf P1o0f.
fi't .u1 I'm . Uri 2 .itllI'Yl OS .-'orz;"=i VanD. (o, Eai Noig'St Ohio
I ohU .ASA u~ i (:i lifonia i i i-;OnTDec. 30, irby I"ag~f New York
S .it i t Thn o, , x-Kowon2lst'2 I r1 . ? adi_2(-I, ild ing of T'United States

Maroesin Nicaragua. atmd the debt western nations.
policyT of the country-,towa-rd Euiro- On Friday, Professor Milikeni dis-
pean cations. lee stated in his talk' cusse d evolution in the main talk of
that there were more potential causes theo day and spoke of the Scopes case
for wear in Europe at the present than in his talk. Dr. Studdert-Kennedy
over before buts that the nations were and Professor Elliott also gave talks.
making greatf strides toward peace in Saturday the conference closed with
suite of these, obstacles. Dr. Timothy; a summing up of the discussion
I1. Lew o;' Yonchiug university also group~s and a vote of opinions on the
spo7ke, leing,,: for a more liberal; various questions which were' dis-
i elicyt awa-rd the Chinese by the cussed.

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Jack Mulball
L-ouise Brooks and Wiliam Collier, Jr.
A datiI ed from n -tory by Gera-ld lBeaumont

Jimmy shook the dice in' a gambling
joint-and he "shook" every girl he
met. Compared to the Marriage
Game he figured 'the shell game. was
a Sarre Thing. He was "off" Wom-
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An-d the wray that boy fell-you could
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TheLiveliest Romance Ever!
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