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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

2--), 1"27

NMMWAIMM

Attorney's Letter Received By Beat
Says Date Of Founding Of University
Shouild Be Changed From 1837 To 1817
Possibility o the Uinivesity of th v deint ion of these powers and re-
Michigan having been founded in 117 l<<:A(i l \ as niado in 1821, le says,
rather than 1537 has of late frmed biifif v as inl until Michigan became
a sic, e ht theoy ]beZ-n to assume on-
the basis of much discussion and in-', 1ic e i .a ;.
vestigation ol the part of alumiand screarjo
others interested. Such a thesis would Et,,: d hi i onrofscrtheryiver
make the institution one of the old-;fi iaa i i~ro h nvr
Sest colleges in the country. At res- aauns the unit estAablished by the
ent the seal oif'the University ha I ~ztuei n 187 as ut a successor
upcnit he e-187, epreenttiv tto g w ciii cr inst it utions .which exist-
-pni h ~~187 ersnaid iinDotoit Hesays that
of the etr aney"of Michigan into they
union, and this late also appea's upon h irm or pedi
tho'diplomra is ced to each graduate. 18, i it 0o corporate existence of
One attorney is written Regent Ju-j the I iii 're:;byhewn in 1817, and that"
nus F. Beal fr mChicago to say tati it ti a';, n f rud by a board of elect-
the institution po w known as the Uni- I'l , i,,nd a chancellor, who was
versity of Midl gan was first estab- k1. rert c oficio.
lished in 1817, "Ahd ought therefore to IYIotiltana stated that the title of
1e credited that. date, Fu-Lrthrer crede laa,cllm r,;; first borne by Dr. Tap-
ence to this ojylnion is given in a is-1 lanii. a al 1hle was always known
tory of Waslitenaw county written by f (I' eli i'3ppa.
the late Samuel W. 3eaks, and pub- At he , ime o thle inaguiation of1
lished in 190, in which there is a? V: r ;id nt Cla ne Cook litile last
statement to the effect that a (oi- yealr, Rc^nt eal is bl?ivd to have
ment was drawn "Up in 1817 by Judlge recognized this early date as authentic
Woodward andi. pssed by the territor- for the founding of the University
ial legisature organiing the Univer-' when he :rl:
-ity on paper. .The institution thus "here, between the East and the
formed was de~Igxated as the Catole- West a giant tree has 1eif planted
pistemniad. ,a rugged oak, whose roots have been
In writings of 181, Prof. CaMs deep in the historic soil of the old
X. Clark, stated that the Univrsity northwest five -score years and eight.
Was conceived very elaborately someF Did not our eminent statesman Lewis
24 years before it was authorized lby Cass pl1ac that seed in the ground in
the legislature, and that the relation 1817, when, without threats and with-
between the University and other' out rum, persuaded the Indians to
divisions of the educational system grant lands for a college in Michigan
were founded at an early late. Fur- territory?"
WAITE THINKS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
SOUND IN PRACTI CE, NOT IN THEORY
(Continued from P az(- One) believes. "Th death penalty as eni-
Russell Scott and "'Sheik" Durkin forced under normal conditions, never
-, ducer and tiuto-thief, convicted of hs rdued crime. The homicide rate
nurder Wto t extenuating circum-1 in sttes which have the death penal-
stance, Were;exe mpted" by murcs.i ty is twice what it is in states which
V701110 Michigan judges or juries he do not; have it..The comparatively low
;'iore "hard boil c"? rit the contrary, rate of homicide in England is much
'they will do as jgries usually do; tIhey; mre logicaly attributable to the. fact
wrill convict of less offenses than;inn-I that the English drink tea for break-
der in order to save the floor crimninal lAt than it is to their death penalty.
f:om death.". "Theoretically," Professor Waite
Capital punisF{ ent, ord(i~aarily, is 1(concluded, "the death penalty in Mich-
not effective Iu. ',comatixg came, hief igan mnigt be wise, but practically it
Ltold Squr p'be
the judge ..
Y
HIS HONOR, old Squire Pipe is unques-
tionably the world's ablest judge of pipe
tobaccos. WVho else is by nature, training
and experience so well-qualified to try a
tobacco and hand down a decision on
it?. . So, in the case of Granger Rough

Cut, the plea is that Judge Pipe's verdict
be accepted as FINAL !
To make a long brief brief:. Character
witnesses everywhere have sworn to
Granger's sterling quality. Experts have
xvouched for the -superiority of its rough
cut. Chemists have testified that the new
"glassine-sealed" foil-pouch keeps the
tobacco in perfect condition.
IFinally, it has been shown that by
using this foil-pouch (instead of a costly
tin) it is possible to sell Granger at just
ten cents. On these arguments Granger
rests its case! A couple of pipefuls will
convince Squire Pipe that it is the world's
greatest pipe tobacco... and any good
i judge of tobaccos will confirm the decision!
GRANGEM
~ RUHTh h alf n d v ac- - - - -
uuntin is forty-five
cents, the foil-pouch
miac'tep sealed in_;.z '

FELAND WILL COMMAN =* k~' . a .D i2IL INS1TITUTi5.J
MARINES IN NICARAGUIAl AD50''FIs7T:0

tA' 1905, I

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Decraio

(Con tim :med fr amPae 1wn)
Tihe coulicil's (0115111 ut ioli. whielh
tookc its pr'ceent formi in 1325, out lines
I lie, lpui'posesof the or ganizAtian za
Follows:
1. To p ioV ide an eff('ct i 'e lie li asof
communicat ion bet wean I he undcr-
graduiate body and thle Universit y aul-
thorities.
S 2. To iteprtand mini ta n 'Mich-
igaif's t it i ; iand east oius
j . l t)oXci (:ris ' a gonei'al siipC'i-
t talo w over'I ud emiitactilvities, or gan-
izationis, #I';1 litiC')ns, cu.3toils, : l (01-
4. To crystallize and make miore:
effective the sanest of undergradluat e
opinions.
I ln comning iiupon hIi Volversit v
asa leader in the.matter of studenit
government, Thomas; Cavanaughi, '271,,

pr( -e i' t of lie (' n il, 1%1111i" he
yes; e'd n«y that the iden is a umpar
ti , 1 ((1! mr(1 ei i,-. _S V . IIT l (l.
illum rtmm t ivtht Mlcisa, . if 1100 th1
;or"Im', is 0 - ash ._ adem .Iintn
lfild of WO 'I QMgFAxaq;llF ir. sa
(': anximmhiurt; '~'r eu1 . :~<;1!i'A
t!i;11.- in ottl'' (d ipf"\'s la id wuni Cvr :
N i;al liisi ng f (ttthat we
rec 3 ive itquiries fri~lomt~her iK udeni
councils throughout t hI count ry, at-
limlst (lily, asking fOr infornmalon of
every dsrpto ' gte ie-
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Talks

Cur 1927 line of
shippecl in large q]uantities

xval-4 ap1r aye !C
s. You will apreciate

:;ccin this beautiful ,,sr,,e;A of deluxecpapers,
c;cc.t from factories of bL),'desiners and finest
colorings.
Spring will soon be here, when no doubt you
will need to re-decorate a- number of rooms. Re-
member, we can carry in stock only high grade,
dependable goods. and stand back of every pur-
chase you may make.
CILllz MAO RCo.

Logan Feland
Br ig. Cae.of theVMarine Coirps iv ho
has been ordered to assume com-'
mand of all United States Marines
in Nicaragua.
would be harmful, because it. wouldl
b) only a threatening gesture and
murderers do not fear gestures.

KENTUCKY RIDING ACA9-)EMY
-1Ol HIRN BRED GAITED IIOK1SLL
RIDING LESSONS BY A
PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTOR
at Rcduced Rates
Horses for Rent by the Hour.,

Phone 9313

203 East Washington St.I

"TheI( :hom~e cif- WallPaper and Paint satisfy clioll."

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WASHINGTON-Rumors that Frankl:
B. Kellogg, secretary of State, will
resign soon after March 4, are again!
being circulated.
LONDON-Influenza deaths in Eng"
land, which showed a decline for the
w:eek before last, increased again last
week by 281. I#
MIAMI, Fla.-Coal muiner s an(! oper-
ators in the central bituminouzs field
blame each other for failure to agree
on a wage. ___
Custom Tailored
Clothes
Carefully made to your
measure. Workmanship 1
and all wool fabrics guar-
anteed. Prompt seivice
on alterations amid repair-
ing.
Albert Gansle
TAILOR
Second Floor.

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No more needs be said of Rusco Brake Lining. Ask the man
who has them on his car. Our Laundry Service ranks us with the
best. Call us for appointments.
Jim's Brake Service and Auto Laundry
4.17 EAST IhURON ST. DIAL (92.

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We arc ready to serve you

Candy -Ice

Cream - Lundh

The Arbor Fountain

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When you use an Electric
Waffle Iron (most homes
haethem) you give your-
self the privilege of ak.-
in this delectable dish at
the table and serving it hot,
crspand perfectly cooked
-no kitchen work, no run-
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We sell ADLER Baltimore Clothes-does that .mean
It does not unless they bear the DEL PRETE label.

anything?

Being actual
throughout. We

tailors for the past twenty-two years, we! know clothes
claim the distinction of being the only tailors .in Ann

or smell or muss, no grease.
During the month of Feb-
ruary you can buy an elec-
tric waffle iron at a special,
reduced price and on the
casiest terms. This opportu-
nity is knocking at your door.

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Arbor in the ready to wear business.Y
With these qualifications we arc able to miake suggestions and to buy
clothes from a company who is willing to co-operate with us. This gives
us the opportunity of furnishing our customers with clothes that have
better fit-better fabrics-better linings-better tailorlng.
These are some of the many reasons that more men every year
choose our clothes. We invite you to come in and try on the N EWs
MICHIGAN MODEL. Note how well it fits. Note the fine tailoring.
Compare with others, We gamble that dollar for dollar, quality for
quality, you can not beat our offer anywhere.

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Topcoats bv'- Adler
$300
Exceptionally Attractive Colors

Suits by Adler
$4S
With 'Extra Trousers

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