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PAG!M TWO

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY1 , AP)RIL, 24. 192.7

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LEAVE OMMSSIN~New Bridge Dedicated To Long Peace
EXPLAINED IN SPEECH
iuible To Agree On Status Of~ Alierns f
Who Commit Crimnes In Other
V'ountres $V.......
PROJECTVERY LARGE
Conitinuing his subject, "The Codi- x ~~.
fcation of International Lbw" where...........*.7,,.
hle left off Thursday, James Leslie; ~*...~~~''' ..
Brierly, Fellow of All Sod Is college,'.,
ond~~~ adlsofh lecture seies Fri- ." ...~
day afternoon in Natural Science " A
ter day afte,~rnoon in Natuiral Sience .. ..*' ...
aiudtorium. Professor 13rierly took ..
up various problems- that have con- y.. .
fronted the commission of which he"...:.....A.._.,....;
is a member, Appointed by the League I
of Nations to decide what matters are
desirable and practical for codifica- Sometime in May this new 1bridge is to he dedicated to the past 100
tionacross the Niagara river connecting years ot peace bzEtn een the tw~o coun-
One of the main principles consider- Buffalo, N. Y., and Fort Erie, Can., tries.
ed by the commission, according to
Professor Brierly, Was the qluesticint national treaty but after c'onsderable fication would sorely enroach upon
of whether a nation should be able ! discussion it was found that too manyI the sovereignity exn~d independence of
to punish a 'foreigner for some crime disadvanages would be attached to!.
individual nations and the diminution
committed in a different country. The the promulgating of such a law, he n'dmtcliilto.Pol r

SIXTY-FIVE RECEIVE MEMBERSHIPS
IN ELEC TION OF H ONORAR Y SOCI ET Y

, ARQTETTE.-If the United States,
were to enter a wvar with China 65 ofj
714 students expressed a willingness'
to ight, according to a recent ques-
tionaire.

Election to hide hPrsh ii) in Sigma Xi.!
.Iatianal hlonolvary societvv\ for the pro- [
Ioden fr~..r: n r nd pl cIe;;, was held yesiter day. 'Twenty I_
.mcm 'wrs weI e elec.ted ito futll immber~-
sh1ip, 10 were advanced from associate1
(o ful11 menmershipj, andl 35 were elec',t ?
ed to associate membership.
Facullty membeis elected to full
Imembership aio DLeani A. C. (nurtis,!1
P~rof. C. Goodrich, Prof. L. 11. Cumld.
-Prof. 11. Field.,.Ir., <Prof .A. 1). Moor'e,
Prof. 11. G. Rfickert, and P'rof. XW. P.
I Wood. Gradtuates elected to full memn-
Ehership are V. L. Ayres, A. 11. Clark,T
I M. R. Diaz, M1rs. F. P. H adley, V J.!
H un, 0. .T. Murie, A. B .N ewm'an, D).
F. Othn'ier, 11. P. IRuthruff, C. N. Th~lorn-
as, J... Vani attl, IR. A. Wolfe, and;
Miss P. A. Young.
Graut es ad vanced from associate;
to full membership are C. E. B3urn-.
side. F. D. Crabh. C. C. D~eWitt1, R. K.'
Enders, F. W. iHightover, J. W. Mon-
a weekz, P. A. Moody, Fi. ). Novy, Jr.,
R. R. TIanner sand Mliss Edith CC. Wool-,
lett.
Graduates elected1 to associate muei'-
ber1ship are F. 'WI. Bald, L. G. Barth,
R. L. Belknap, Mviss M. E. Cooley, C.

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English speaking" nations hold that , said. One of'the main reasons for the ; to at to think of lawe as a convenient
such action would not be justiicabile, impractibility of such a procedure menfsft n dsueh vwd
while the other countries, particularly! would be that uniform criminal lawslawns oan intituton he asisaof
France, favor the punishment of such, would be necessary for uniform ex - wim e rsae odc hi
c'haracters. Professor Brierly cited tradition laws, and this is impossible lvs +1hesti fcoofaws
to e gar~lc !to prevent the cause and not to cure
ho m as tappreh ended in eicfo Th prm evltbe gaddjt"
ocertain articles he wrote while in the-~ against in the codification of interna -_____________t______
United States. The commission failed; tional law is that the laws should not ir[
to reach any decision upon. this Issue; be too final, he stated. Periodic con-, eas ftewd iegne f'eecswudb eest otk
opinion. I care of changing conditions, he added. !
Another question he brought up that 1 We should not expect the codifica-
was considered by the commsion C tion of interniational law to be a tip
was extradition. In this matter, Pro-! lpahacea for all internation'al dificul- 1
fssor Brierlystated, the present state ties, he declared. "We should 1eep
of laws depends entirely upon b-na- ! our feet on the ground and realize the
tional treaties. The first idea of the mnagananimity of the project." j
commission was to substitute'a multi- -Professor Brierly stated that codi- e
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