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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

JANUARY 5 ~2

RUSH CRIME APPEA..LSo
Plrompt Attention Given 'Io0Ileairiiig'
In All Criminal VasesUne
'.aft's Policy
KEEP WATCH O N G CKET
(By Associayted ]Prcss){
WASHINGTON, Jan. f4.---The dockLi,
of the Supreme Coutrt is no longer to
be the hiding place of crininal ap-
peals.
Persons convicted of crime ~an
now look with confidence to the, couln'
as a haven jwhere they may hae iin
sentence'imposed upon them i udetinte-
ly postponed. By the same token those
unlawfully convicted will find p~rompt
relief.
Formerly it took the court four
years to reach a case after it was
docketed, but under the leadership of

Retired Army Man ' MICHIGAN STATE WI,
Finds Flaws In 57 OF COURSE r
History Textbook s L A (By L AssociatePress,)
' most iportant efftort llrd 0cdlul(-
.;. ":" Lion, Michigan Slate (college wi ll r din
E cast from WKAI' a I ti-week series 0;
courses with subjects ha.3e1 lar n' l
'> ( on Ithe needs 0f the fa, m : 0oie
x r r:I The series will .tart at 7:15 clock
*Jan. 10, and will continue nor 45a in> -
':':::">r te . Four 10-minute leetur°, ci l
r.a e 11p each evening's inst ruction.
The final form of the witnttr ' oe >
y:follows the experimien sma ;b;1
.co'('llege in the.'10 nt and iu veszi? Ocris
../....,,of the work binlr fc :..'
f other schools in the;?I in,? o' - i
edueational effort. It is tli'o:,1°hioih
/ ,. .of the mlen sponsoring the course ict
..r" r::: with the exception of the oIts': ug of
;Kansas Stat e college, it r~pr i si'n t Ike
t most advanced step) yet t11>51niii the
offering of subjects throrglh the u1i'.
s 4F 1Each of the sub)Jects riven will
listed in ia catalogue, bsdii Len
. ~upon the college catalogue, hunt in

LL BROADCAST 16-WEEK SERIES
,; TO CONSIDER FARM AND HOME NEEDSj

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e. 11c11ological order with the sub)- Fifty per cent of the instruction
joi't for each night listed under tht.offer(.d is in agriculture and home eco-
°: :i e. _'_ hort descl ipt ion will follow: no,-)ies. 01ther subjects include his-
ri~cschool will be without formal to "y, eonomic, socio~logy, geology
c, ga = rat~ion, but to those who desire and zoology. Twenty dlepartmnents will
to follow icertain course, the college be included.
ullsend an outline of the instruction In addition, WKI\AR will carry the
n '~ofered and a list of books, bul-' usual noonday market and wreather
;ttisend other material published report and all hoine basketball games
Asie subject for students who wish ; will be radiocast.
to supplement the short lectures. _________________________
Coallege and Uinited States Department,
of Ag;riculture bulletins will be re- HA THE WA ADS
co)nimended.

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DANCE
to these new
Orthophonic Victor Records
-and enjoy them as you have enjoyed
no other recorded dance music.
THE LITTLE WHITE HOUSE (Fox Trot)
WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS
LEAIbER (Fox Trot)
CEO. OLSEN AND 1HIS MUSIC

BECAUSE I LOVE YOU (Waltz)
NAT SHI;LKIRET and VICTOR
JUST A LITTLE LONGER (Fox Trot)
SPI TALNY AND HIS

O}RCH.
ORCH.

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DO-DO-DO (Fox Trot)
CEO. OLSEN
CLAP YO' HANDS :(Fox Trot)
CEO. ROGER KAHN

and HIS* MUSIC

and HIS

ORCH.

c a s e s j u st 1~~ic e LL it t n as a e c ia eI t o IA
advance the hearings in all criminal, I"
Ordinarily it would not be made' r
acquainted with the issues presented
in cases upon its (locket until the
cause is reached for oral argument.;:.
It now is having the (locket closely r fN
watched, and criminal appeals are i ~
promptly brought to its atteni ion upon
filing. These are set for early hear-!
ings, a reasonable time only being al-
lowed counsel to print the briefs ai)i
prepare for argument, If counsel is'
not ready when the case is reached aI
satisfactory reason must be presented ILieut. Vol. Thomas If. Dickson.
to obtain further delay. Retired United :States army officer,
-- j who claims that hie has examined 57
At n meeting of the Commnittee of American school histories and found
Accredited Schools to be held at 2 i that none are free fiom errors. Col-
o'clock Thursday in the office of Reg- onel Dickson is intensely interested in
istrar Ira M. Smith, reinspection re- histories and the facts that he has
ports of schools on the accredited brought to light have been of great
list and inspection reports of schools 'interest to educators and scholars as
desiring to be placed on the list will1 well as to people in general. The re-
bec discussed and considered, it was port of his findings has aroused dis-
tannounced yesterday. 'cusion in many quarters.

AT THE DETROIT THEATR" ES
_BONSIELIE \ oodlwardl at I li,
BONSELL ight - 7c to $r 50
sPL.AYHOUSE 50c Al1(1750'.
The Comnedy that has 6& 9'
a L~atfgi a Second
and a CHRISTMAS FANTASY
By Mile. Cassan, 'I payer Robe-rts, ' liss Fricher,
Miss Bonstele and the Studenits of the D~ancing:
' chc ni dthe C" ildrenl'S D1)r ;11001
POSITIVEY OL
The Musical Hit of Ages
Nights, 75c to $2.50; Two Popular :Mats.,
Wed.-Sat., 5oc to 7.5
GedAMt' roc r.oghts - octo105o
K W.R C d tMat . oc to St a..'o '1 , ".(At
SE CON) AND) LNAT, WLi~iK
A. II. WOODIS Presents
LOWELL SHER MAN
IN
~The Woman Disputed"
By Djenison Clift with Ann Hardling

NO CHANGES IN QUALITY
-BUT-
A REDUCTION IN PRICE

J. W

Special

Five pound lots or more
at 40c pound.
The Schultz Grocery

I'D RATHER BE THE GIRL IN YOUR ARMS
JEAN G'OLD.KET TE AND HIS ORCH.
1SUNDAY (Nov clty Fox Trot)
JEAN GOLDKETTE AND ORCH.
Thiee mare Black Lab)el
double-faced Victor
Records
75c Each
Hear these and other January
Victor Dance Records Today
at
"The Musical Center of Ann Aibor"
116 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Phone 7;312
Portable Victrolas, $17.50, $25, $35, $50 (Easy Terms)
-Everything Musical- ,

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Phone 4277

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The secret of our ever increasing business.
Try us today.
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h iades of Capt. 1
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thuis onle is!
) -Romanice oil the lugg
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Phone 4219

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NON-PROFESSIONAL TRYOUTS
Tomorrow Night only, stage attraction at 8:30
between the first and second shows
0'1 THEJ~ SCREEN TOMORROW NUIIT AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK

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