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PAM TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

STIIYJANUARY 21, 1927

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IWeelares That Sli, a inton Anid ,Aropliy:41
Are To Be Feared More Than
Priessing Onl
SAYS L AW ARE SOCIAL f I f
(Special to The Daily)
lug th cause of the great volunle of ,} ataai. teol-bti ze ',a' vsn ,Y ยข > "' ,..
cismi, Dean Henry M. Bates, of the
Law school, gave the principalades
tonight at the annual idt-winter con,- r 7
vention of the Ohio State Br asola
tion, which is being held her~e. Da
Bates, at the outset, declared that therx. ,
recent statement made lby the pre,;-
ident of one of the large univer sitios I
that it was the chief business of th
law to confine itself within the liar-' i
rowest limits possible, was inlcorreoct. ~
Inasmuch as the law has been teriti- v r r
cised since tihe earliest days of this
country and consequently has had
little if no effect, the problem eati!<;
for analysis and re-analysis, he stt ad.'
"The cause of the present feverish
legislative lie deep in the character-f
istic conditions, activities and think-X
ing of our time." The development
of common law, through judicial ac--
tion, he said, must rest largely on %1',
precedent and the doctrine of 'stare! Photo)y Sedi'ng -----er~u fx'~
decisis' and these laws do .rot lend rrlsmciaeno orptedargeetfothsyA"J.Ii81 ___________
themselves to the swift processes ' ter sevc rl imonithls of work since their election last fall. Top row friomi cxi
necessary in a period of agitation fid i gh: - ld, iipot,' A-Cale . Rbno,'8E irucW
flux. .liouck, '27I'; Iaymondl Boer, '28; and john J'. iMolenida, '28. Midd~le rW:
"If law be -that system of rules,, Paul Ht. Bassow, '28; Henry3 S. Grin-neil, '23; Thomias C. Winter, '28(~i
standards and policies by which hu-! man) ; Myrtle SE;. AnIa, '2S?=z. Ad; andl Paill L. B~urton, '28 E. Bottom rowur:
man beings live and deal with ea5tih Williami A. Gxiiette, '2111); Paul W, lBrustke, 'uH8L; George W. Rester, '27 ; XW
other, and if that scheme or legal or- arrcn A. WGood, '28; aind Mariont S. H-odg soli, ",ME
der is the product of custom, tradi- ------_-------" ~- ----- rg
tion, precedent and the life of tile day, t19.Afegrdaigh spt
the it must follow that when tradi- APPEZV. ;C.TIS L
~ions and customs arerail break- ,,, T A TO KE N two years with the Grand Rapids, <s
Iig up, when the life of' the day Chang- ";Press, and then wvent to Plil-ladeiphia
ing profoundly and with tile incredli-'
l~l sifnes haactriti o tis~1 Wor ws rec ei ed here todlay of as general reporter for the "Public,,
deaete lwmutg trug .the deathl of Aniory Kern, '22, at I lLedger." A year and a half ago he:c
deriodeoft enaj usten t, rottened Iby iluihing, Lon; Isl and, .lan. 26, as a wen t otof et te d d b ! c Nowv York as ination7ial prP
result of an operationi for acute ap ,-
serious evils and dangers. ! d~ai.Krnhdbeno h licity mai for the Y. M~. C7 A., Xvhcr
"These ills are inescapable, what-!eioilstf ft(h~iy ndwsl remained until 11he' 0111 of hi
over nmethod of readjustment nmay boe ;
adopted. So whatever faults we mlay mng_ dtro he"ovrn"dah
ascribe to legislation, it must be!W 111 sII11 lI1 lII11iII IIIIIIII IIIIIl111:1III ai
borne in mind that many difficulties -
would have plagued us no matter jovv
we had proceeded," hle said. Speaking
of the present day, Dean Bates de clar- I.f-rr Try Our -------
c d that compared with its prede es- I
sors, it is social or collectivist, rather !:. y "i '!r ~
than individual. Dean Bates conipar- "A1ippy s p(ecIit l
ed th statute books of the present =! w t h s f t e 1 t n 9 h c n
withthos of he 1th nd 1th cn- hTl dog-gondest best
tunies and showed them to be vol-'C'
umnious. Sna you ever ate.a
Stagnation and atrophy in law, he I n
stated, as in other phases of life, are
more to be feared than.pressing or,
even in a field of danger, if onlyr the
new adventure is carefully thloughtd
out and carried on by leaders saturat -22- Northi
tad with the lessons of experience. _____________ ________11611 ;115111:1 IHI 11M IIIIII~ ) ls1

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-6 EC eMBER ,SALES
SHOWBIG AINS-
as ge.:.l'o~ingto Itiie' om A
-Opit.;tehe nne !ha'h,. ii'C 1Alii i-
c2.tc that ti1.,incr.ease isktrue thr ough;-
out the country.
' Polreh 1bureau islbas'cd upona ci-
(,.d -tatisti lsurvey of ten depa,:rt a u
stores inl soithern AMich11iga. Acri
to t hose statis tics sales for las't iy{?-
comber for those stores totalled u.7
Per, cent greater i than December om
19::5. Far that neriod 7 of thic stores
rep(-.rted uessct i ~ile ;3 retiorte'l de-
creases.
rlA increase of onlly 0.1 per (m11t 1for
the territory comprising M,ihian,
jOhio, Indiana, and Illinois, isfounzd
by the National retail D)ry Goods as -
sociation. The Federal Reserve cola-
putations for the country as a whole.
based unon the2 sales of 456 stores,
l show a 1Gain of 3.8 Per cent for sales
inl December, 1926, over sales (luring}
that month in 1925.
'VIEN.A.-A Beethoven celebration
is planned for next March, the
hundredth anniversary of the great
musician's death. It will be under the
. ptronage of the Presidlent of the re-
public.

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