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S.TURDAY, MARCH 12, 1527

THE MICI--IIGAN, DAILY

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TI-I. MIII~fAN DILYPAGF THIREE!

DE SELINCOUPT HERE EtrDrit
FOR LECTURE SERIES ,

ScientisITtU A.NAMPTPrt'2U

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thaC1t'Mexican-
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subject of the
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~Noted Eungli di P'rofes sor Of Tleraturc
Wi111l Also VIsit Wisconsin;
Cliicagq lit 'lour
WILL :CONDUCT SEMINAR~
Ernest de Selincourt, eminent
scholar of English literature, and
' Dean of' the CoIIl~ge of tarts, at the
University of Birni ingliar, England,
at the present time, arrived in Ann
Arbor this week to conduct a seminar
in English Iiterat4r'e, and to deliver' a
series of, four lectures, the first of
which; will be g ive'n Wednesday. Mem-
bership in Professor de Selincourt's
seminar is limnited to student's ad-
vanced in inglish, and the class which
held its first mneeting Thursday, is al-
ready filled.
Educated at Oxford university, Pro-
fessor de Selincourt was later lectur-
er of English literature there, hold-
ing this position from 1896 until 1909.
From. 1909 until, the present time, he
has been professor of English lani-
guage and literature at the University
of Birmingham, receiving his promo-.
ption to dean in 1919. Professor de
Selincourt is the brother of the fam-
ous novelist, Hugh de Selincourt.
Professg de Selincourt is partic-
ularly wcf known as a scholar in the
romantic movement of the Romantic
English writers, Wordsworth and his
contemporaries, and last year pub-I
lished a critical edition of Words-
worth's philosophical poem "The Pre-
lude" which contains a wealth of in-
formation for students of Wordsworth.I
Access to a great many of Words-
worth's original manuscripts has been
afforded Professor !de Selincourt
through Wordsworth's grandson who
now has possession of them.. ,
Following his stay at the Univer-
sity, which will end Spring vacation,
Professor de Selincourt will visit the
University of Chicago, and the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, where he will
present 'series of lectures.
Speeches Compose
Michigan'Radio B1
(Continued Fr~om Page One) 1
these "same stores offer the only
source to which the public may go
for literally tho~isands of drugs,
chemicals and biological products."
Stress is being laid more and more
by physicians and health officers upon
preventative treatihent for communi-
cable diseases such as smallpox, and
diptheria , Profes~or Stocking ex-
plain ed, and if it' were not for the
fact that druggists make it a prac-
t ice to handle the necessary serums
and toxins, it would. be almost imnpos-
sible to~ get them.; 10 time to save a
patient.

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WASHIINGTPON, M~a rch 311 -- ('1ha 1i2 li ., \Vi'e (lllt7?li('rutudit a long,
I i{l w llrloain that the Mexican governmic.11i , I liro=. i - ~ tre
its arm1lassacdor here and i sc oul~l romalEn b t ..<'je e,
general in New York, b,.0 s3 lc l cr._i p'l:?llcl .
ly $2,000,000 in an effort to (i codt ' 'or e1a i i h "'Ve saidc, "you can
;'Presidient, Coolidge and e'-r2t ary ge l on l(l, i1) to <afew dayvs ea.,o-
IKellogg, and that ant i-Am nerican 4t- tisPrinted ilsldlt by application at"
erature could be had for the coij, ha' usuilato orWby mail, anid ofj
at the New York consul4t e, are n?:atle' this I have ;-w'orn 'ad (ioculltntarV
iby Representative Gallivan,JDemlocrat, proo ."
Massachusetts, in il issue of the C,:.- lias is' Art uro Elli:;, 'Mexican con-
gressional Record Just offtthe pres. : > eliera lat NXe ,v York, whose exe
The charges, which served t,) recall qua tur Representative Gaullivan as-
LAT TIMES TODAY

sumned woutald llepromptly canceledlmn }. i:,ALPHA' NU PICKSflty al!
YFRESHMAN TEAM
T h e r s n a i e h a - ; l e : a ! l 1' i l f lj c F E H Tw a s im p e lle d b y d u ty to b r n g h e si t .- re l ii s _-ig o try -i to ih e o n tro V e r sy C
n1ation to light to len ust ra e t btal we_. en Irhiscot r: And Mexico, an~d Alpha 4Tu, in its regu lar meeting,
"essentiality" of an inquiry. in viceta in getneral, they haeedcone any-,last night, announced the selection of
of the failure of his resolution see?:- hn that the tuoir p use of moneyithe three men who are to represent
ing infronmation (onTthe su1bjct fromnvwuld <assI:ist"em1in coing to spread i n hjnna reha.dbt
the state depanrtmnul care hef ;hosin t.e ope of confusing *Iwit Adelphi. The team Is to lie
1Mexi('an officials withi the floig prheopillnnt the end that Pres-i
"'That they have subsidized otres ch- idt:( 1onti :1et'mit lbe deterred from~ composed of John E. Webster, Howard
ers and p~rofessors to attach 11w Pre%-carrying ut the identical policy ini-, ShTon, and Joseph E. H-owell. George
ident of the United States. ta dby 'Woodrow Wilson inll rotee- TBradley was named at alternate.
"That they have financed hack writ- .itonf the rights of American citi-; The debt e will be held on the tra-
ers to attack the President. 'n" ditional date, April 22, the first Friday
"That they have underwvritten rad- ----I after the Easter vacation, upon the
ical, religions, and ulplift ore~'aniza-! YALE--A vote is being taken tot sub~ject of direct primaries. Adelphi's

j ions of all varieties to ciIrcular'ize thie{ determine camp~us opinion in regard
country in defamation of our govern- to America's foreign policy.j

team, as yet unchosen,~ will take
affirmative of the discussion.

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Watch. Het- Step-

Prof: Daythn.C. M.iller
By Brziita Witt
(Central Press Corresponcient)
CLEVELAND, March 11-Doesj
ether move through space with the.
earth as it revolves around the sun 4'if
so, howv does this momentous question
raised by science effect the man on
ithe street. If there were no ether drift
would be walk on his head instead of
his feet or go whirling off into space?"
No, none of these sta.rtling, things
would occur. Whether the ether
i "drifts" or remains stationary is of
no consequence its everyday life. No
engineering principles are affected.
Yet, in a tiny house on the campus
of Case School of Applied Science;
here, Praf. Dayton C. Miller is going
beyond Einstein. He is spending all
~of his spare. time trying, toy detect a
relative motion between the earth and
the ether through which the earth
supposedly passes. It is called "ether°
dirift:"
If he succeeds; one of the props on
which the Einstein theory rests will
be knocked from under it. Einstein
ignores ether. He doesn't make his
theory conform to certain practical-
exptriments which muses take ether
into consideration.
In attempting to prove "ether drift'j
Prof. Miller uses an interferometer,"
an instrument capable of detecting a
change in the velocity of light of the
small amount involved in the drift.
Interferometer observations must be
exact-land Prof: Miller says : "I think
I am not 'egotistical, but merely stat-
Ing a fact when it is remarked that the
ether drift observations are the mnost
trying and fatiguing, as regards phy-
sical, mental and nervous strain. of any
scientific woirk with which I am ac-
quainted. The mere adjustment of an
interferometer for white-light fringes
and keening it in adjustment requires
patience as well as a steady 'nerve'
and a steady hand."-
YAW l.Sigma )i, honorary scien-
tific society, elected eighty new memn-
b ers.

NOW SHOWING.
Matinees
2:00 - 3:30
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LAST TIMES
TODAY

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Hailed ts the dancing
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"With_
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3 ACtyclonic .drama.
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M -of partisan intrigue and crooked legis-

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STARTING SUNDAY
The Arc's Third Semi-Annual Laugh Week
Program-You Know What That Means

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And This Year, We
of the Smartest Farce

Have Chosen One
Comedies in Years !

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Also a New Cartoon, "THE HEAVY DATE" - News - Orchestra
SSTARTING SUNDAY MATINEE.
Second A nal Style Show
with PROFESSIONAL MODELS and VAUDEVILLE-
-AM) O1 Uti'lHESCREEN-

loft- Sie wore her ey-t aa l'!4lv(t tre on her
gartexr, an~d tatM ats n tsdall the trouable-
youilhIave a - lperfect rig-l:t o Ialpait, and you
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[lewly styled topcoats tailored by R. & W.
Adler Collegian. They are extra long and
smoothly from perfect fitting shoulders. See
today. They are exceptional' garments.

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$40, $459 $0
Extra Pants Free
F111cl Y ott withy short coats and roll collars. The
trousers are perfectly fitting and are extra wide.
Suits with a jaunty collegiate air thiat are always.
spopular with Michigan men.
Adler Collegian Clothes Are Handled Exclusively.
in Ann Arbor hi)

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