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1111 .:FJS AY~ JANUARY 20, 1927.
OI .Ipi e4 Tl i t egulatioiis I ni O il La d s
h-C'e u,'t l d 1.uler DIictates j

THE MICH-IGAN DAILY

Skvirsky Hieads Information 'ureau

DON'T WASTE TIME DOPING OUT. EXA ;-' INATIONS, ,BRED VOLD ADVISES

Ofi° hierJnati(naI Law
ARGUE ABOUT LEGALITY
Y1txi (o ha, the better of the argu-
inept iii the oil lands controversy, ac-
cording; to Prof'. Arthur S. Aiton of
th( history de-partnient in an inter-
view yetda(z'. Our southern neigh-
boris wvel. wvithin her rights, in the
Opiino f Irofessor Aiton, 0on the
(;uesti~on of -,vetier her recent regu-
l 'ia ;ion ii~rejs tlfed under the, dictates
ofinternational law and of whether
th1! tits I Mates is being unfairly
c ii unma~tdagainst.
lo] :;hvi:;t tendencies in Mexico
wer son~od by Professor Aiton, who
(leclar c : ,sipchiviews xverfe absurd
"eico',s government is primarily a
labIor government, and, closely allied
with th,1 (,American Federation of Lab-
or," he poin ,ed out, "and such organi-
inat iare distinctly not Bolshevis-
tic."
"Mxic Ao had legally framed and
ad ~l~edher 'constitutijon," (declaredC~
Piel'srAit on, "and it is to be en-
f :c eually ocn both citizens and
for,:igners:. It is unreasonable to ex-
po,: th._1 to grant rights to foreigners
tba ar deiedto her own citizens."
A grat dal of thie controversy cen-
te red i;aound he legal aspect of the
(Ils ion , according to Professor Aiton.
"All own~zing 1 nd or property in Mex-
ico m ust assifme the legal status o
I~ieican li e explained, "and must
agr tee tea .t he. understanding that the I
M''eican co;urts have supreme junns-
diction iin-ca se of dispute. Anwerlcan
aining interests fear they cannot ob-1
tain justice in the Mexican courts.!
Until these interests present adequate
proofs that they cannot obtain justice, I
which so far they have failed to do, I
am inclined to side with Mexico."
ROME. -Any seaman showing him-{
self olpposed tq the present Fascist re-
gime; can be barred from the merchant
imarine for five years, under a royal
decree.

"Students spend too much time dop-'
I ing out examinations," according to
.Prof. Louis I. Bredvold, of the Eng-
lish department. "They study their
courses with one eye on the subject
matte-.- nd one on the examination.
Fin that state of mind they can develop
:Jotfing but a languid interest in the.
subject." ciiiig
Professor Bredvold, in ciiiig
students on their methods of study,1
stated: "Very little consideration isj
given methods of study, ,ther~efore
they know very little about how to;
study.

commodity lie sells, while the mann-
facturer spends some time on factory
management or in the economics of
his product.
"This lack of method is clearly evi-
dent in the way students attack a sub-
ject," Professor Bredvold pointed out.
"Very seldom, either early or late in

to the subject. Students don't enter
into their studies with the proper al-
ertness and generally they lay aside
their books without sharpening their
minds to. the point of alertness."
He suggested as ,a parallel to a
student's preparation for study and
athletic team's preparation for a con-4
test. "The team doesin t leave the

"Anyone engaged in a profession or their courses, do they warm up their dinner table, talking about subjects
in business usually concerns himself minds before settling down to work. .-unrelated to the game, just before
with numerous methods which he Thyjsirf noterlsosfo etn hi poet.Hwvr
might adopt. A salesman looks intoIThyjsdrfinoterlsnsfo!meigteropnns.Hwva
the various tactics of salesmnanshipI a conversation with their room mlates procedure equally absurd is generall.y
or into the diverse phases of the or from some other occupation foreign' followed by the student inbgiig

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View of Mosc'ow, and, inset, B~ori S L. Skvirskly, director of ile; Russiali
iiforIri~tion bureau, Washington,
Good Homes Cookingl
Tuttle's is preferred by the students
who enjoy a well planned and
prepared meal, well served, and a
place with a cosy atmosphere.

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