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THURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1928-1AK1 K, J1YLN.'L A.V'7Ly LLL. .. -... _. -A

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TRAVL DURFU PLAS.
TOUR OF EUROPE FOR
UNVRIYSTUDENTS

SU-MMER
)1iAIDE

TRIP AT LOW PRICE IS
POSSIBLE BY ACTION
OF BIUREAU

NEW AIRPLANES FOR BATTLESHIPS
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One of the new Loening air-cooled amphibian planes, ordered by the
United States navy to replace the water-cooled types now used on battleships.
They carry a "crew of three, are equipped with machine guns and bombs, have
a speed of 125 miles an hour and a cruising range of 560 miles.

PRESIDENT D SCUSSES PRO ONGATION OF LIFE AT
THIRD MEETING OF RA y ETTERMENT SOCIETY
Having spoken twice at major meet- have to extend or prolong the processjof the physically unfit and will live to
nas during the Christmas holidays, of senility or growing old. And we transmit their unfitness to future gen-
inhaveunotgmade asriuthaprooridsysn

WILL VISIT MAIN CITIES
Itinerary I cldes Figland, Belgium,
Franice, Switzerlanid And
Italy
Michigan is to be included this year
in the plans of the Bureau of Uni-
versity Travel, by the formation of
a special travel group for Michigan
men who are interested in spending

President Clarence Cook Litte is
still absent from the city during the
sessions of the third Race Betterment1
Conference now being held at Battle
Creek. The first of the important ad-,
dresses given during the vacation
period was a speech on Tuesday, Dec.
27 on "The Opportunities for Re-
search in Mammalian Genetics,",
which the President delivered to the
Sigma Xi meeting in Nashville, Tenn.,
in connection with the annual ses-
sions of the American Academy for
the Advancement of Science.
The second address was delivered
to the RacekBetterment Conference at
Battle Creek on Monday night of this
week, where several hundred scien-
tists are assembled. "Shall We Live
Longer-And Should We?" was the
subject of the talk given by the Pres-
ident, who Is also acting technical
head of the organization.
Difficult Attainment
President Little declared at the
conference that it is not anywhere
nearly as simple a task to secure a
condition where most persons would
live to an age of 120 years as it is
to secure a condition where the aver-
age age is in excess of 60 years. To
bring the former condition about,
President Little said, "We should

have not made as much progross n
this direction as many of us would
believe."
"There are many difficulties ir the
way," he said, "We should hamve to
develop a human one horse shay
which would run 100 years to a day
and then fall to pieces all at orce,
for there is a nice balance establisl-
ed among the various orgaans of the
body. The first symptom of disite-
gration is the upset of this balce."
President Little also pointecd out
that universal prolongation of life
may not even be advisable. He pointe l
out that infants born with constitution
defects at birth who must be help-
ed over the threshhold of survival are
T THE RPAF-
The Littlest
Theater wishes
good luck to the
Michigan
RAE=

orations
Increase In Weaklings
He predicted an ever-increasing
number of weaklings, and an increas-
ing number of organs which genera-
tions before lost their true functions
and which must then be artificially
supplied.
'President Little declared that the
present generation of city-dwellers,
PORTABLE
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with their bad a'ir, lack1iof sulightll,
absence of proper food aind clotibing,
is the "hardest boilo any race
the world has ever see~n and the next
generation, which must survive con-
ditions even more unnatural, will
prove biological wonders."

o RPHEUM
THEATRE
NOW SHOWING
Belle Bennett
1N
"MOTHER"
A GREATER ROLE THAN
"STELLA DALLAS"
A Picture Worth Your While
Evenings Only, 7:00-8:40

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the summer in Europe, accompanied
by expert travellers and guides. The meet the interests of those seeking a
i knowledge of the vital places and
Bureau has been organizing such[
trips for university students for the lthings pertaining to European coun-
past four years, and this year they tries. As lecturers for this purpose
have agreestoorganize a special trip Professors William A. Frayer and Ar-
for Michigan students. There will be thur S. Aiton of the History depart-
two separate parties, one for women nent, and Prof. Rene Talamon of the
and the other for the men. French department have at various
The party of n-en will sail from times been affiliated with the bureau.
New York on July 1, and willreturn As associates of the Bureau who are
to this country September 5. The thoroughly acquainted with its aims,
itinerary includes all of the important ideals, and purposes, they will act as
points on the continent and ailows;advisors to those men who may be
liberal stopovers at places of especial interested in the tour.
interest. Among the places which will
be visited are the main cities of Eng-
land, Belgium, and France, including
the show points of these countries.
Stop In Italy 1 /
From France the party will proceed
to Switzerland, and from there will
proceed to Italy, where 23 days will ou will be surprised at
be spent. From Italy, the party willY
move to France, ending the tour with month by bringing your laund
a week in Paris before embarking for
New York. . Office of the White Swan Lau
The price for the trip is $500, this on all work.
price being made possible by the na-
ture of the Bureau, which functions
as an educational institution and not W HITE TAasacmeca nt h tnrr
as acomm"eilunit. Te itnrrWITJE SWAr
is so arranged that at many points
the Michigan party will meet groups CASH AND C
from other colleges who are traveling Maynard St., Opposite the "N
under the same auspices.

POLICE
NEW

DEMAND
AUTO TAGS

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Last year's auto license tags are in
bad repute in Ann Arbor. Police of-
ficials are making a strenuous cam-
paign against drivers who have not
yet secured their 1928 tags.
Chief of Police Thomas M. O'Brin
made it plain again yesterday that
there will be no extension of time for
motorists to purchase their new plates.
All officers have been instructed to
stop everycar not equipped with the
new numerals.

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PENMAKERS
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an Exam.
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What are Your
Stationery IRequirements?
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substantial bond or do your tastes
and fancies run more to the unusual,
the unique? In any case we can
supply your wants.
Printing or embossing of names,
initials or insignia on your stationery
may be done for little extra cost.
The Maer cair Co.
Stationers, Printers, Binders and Office Outfitters

the saving you can make each
ry work to the Cash and Carry
ndry. We give a 15% discount

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