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THE MICHICAN DAILY

LANSI-NG TO BE, HOST
TO -MODELASSEMiBLY
House Of Representatives At State
Capitol To Hold Sessions Typical,
Of League Of Nations
WICKERSHAMTO PRESIDE
George W. Wickersham, attorney-r
general of the U. S. during Taft's ad-
ministration and an international
lawyer of world renown, will officially
open the first session of the Igeague
of Nations model assembly tomorrow
morning in the House of Representa-
tives in the State Capitol building at
Lansing.
William C. Dixon, '28L, will preside
at the second and concluding session
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The
assembly is being held under the
auspices of Michigan State college,
in cooperation with twelve other Mich-
igan colleges-including the University
of Michigan.
The program opens this evening
with a reception to the delegates and
a banquet in honor of Mr. Wicker-
sham, who is at present president
of the League of Nations Non-Parti-
san association, an organization with
branches throughout the country
which i committed to an active cam-
paign for American membership in
the League of Nations. The program
continues Saturday with the two ses-
sions of the Model Assembly conven-
ing from 9:30 to 12:30 in the morning
and from 2 to 4:30 in the afternoon.
Mr. Wickersham is best known in
recent years for his unceasing labors
as a member of the League of Na
LionssSpecial commission for the pro-
gressive codification of internata
law, a body of jurists which has been
at work analyzing the mass of inter-
national' legal proceedings with a view
to creating a standard international
code.
As a result of the labors of Mr.
Wickersham and the others, a world
conference will be held in 1929 to take
up three, questions considered by the
juristsas susceptible to codification
at this time. These subiects are: Na-
tionality, Territorial Wt''s, and Re-
sponsibility of States for Damage Done
in their territory to the Person or
Property of Foreigners.
BRONSON SCHOOL
TO HEAR STURGIS
Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis, Director of
th~e Simpson Memorial Institute, will
be the principal speaker at the grad-
uating exercises of the Bronson Meth-
odist Hospital Training School for
Nurses at Kalamazoo this evening.
Dr. Sturgis will addre'ss the graduat-j
ing nurses on "The Training of the
~Modern Nurse.'

SUCCEEDS NULTON'
AS MIDDIES' HEAD

THREE LAW SOCIETIES
AT ILLINOIS COMBINE,
Phi Delta Phi, Gamma Eta Gamma,
and Phi Alpha Delta, the three leading
legal fraternities at the University of
Illinois have completed plans for a
legal court to be erected on historic
ground in Urbana and it is expected
that ground will soon be broken for
its erection at an early date.
The inception of the idea of con-
solidating these three fraternities is
due to Judge Harker of the Law col-;
lege and has been advocated by thei
various alumni of the organizations1
concerned. Aside from the fact that,
the property is very near to the Law
college there i's the increasing inabil-
ity of the present fraternity houses
to accommnodate their members that
motivates the schemie. In this way over
a third of therLaw college Will be;
brought together into what is essen-
tially a single group.
Bonds for the building are to be
floated soon in the Twin Citie's, while
a first mortgage will enable the con-
tractor to start work. The building
is to resemble closely the historic
V'Inns of Court" in London in archi-
tecture and will cost as a combined
project approximately $210,000 or $70,-
000 for each of the fraternities con-
cerned.

AGASSIZ, HALL OF FAME ENTRANT,
LAUDED AS NATURALIST BY SHULL

"Although Louis Afiassiz never ac-
cepted Darwin's theory of evolution,
he must be accepted as a great na-
turalist and a leader in the fields of
geology and zoology," stated Prof.
Aaron F. Hull of the department of
Zoology, comnmenting on the famous
American naturalist whose statute
was unveiled yesterday afternoon in
the Colonade of the Hall of Fime on
the campus of New York university.
Agassiz was of the old type of na-
turalists, Dr. Phull explained, and
liked to study animals in their nat-
ural environnment. He experintented at
a time when very few were interested
in those lines of research. Because of
this he stands out very prominently
as a forerunner in his field.
"The famous Woods Hole Marine
laboratories off the coast of Massa
usetts were an outgrowth of Louis
Agassiz' Penikee Island laboratory,"
Professor Shull stated. "These labor-
atories are very famous in biological
work, as the biggest men .in the field
gather there for scientific research
and experiments."
Agassiz was a professor at Harvard
and is regarded as a great teacher

and inspirer of scientists. David Starr
Jordan, Chancellor-emeritus of Le-
land Stanford university, and one of
the greatest of present-day naural-
ists, was a pupil of Agassiz.
Agassiz was born ii Switzerland in
1807. He ranks as one of the most in-
fluential of American naturalists.
Besides that of Agassiz, four other
busts were unveiled yesterday after-
noon in the Hall of Fame. These were
of John Greenleaf Whittier, the fam-
ous "Quaker Poet;" Rufus Choate, an
eminent lawyer and statesman, who
succeeded Daniel Webster in the Sen-
ate; John Paul Jones, America'. far-
ous naval commander of Revolution-
ary war fame; and Sam-net inley
Breese Morse, the noted inven or of
the recording telegraph.
Of the sixty-nine personages in the
Hall of Fame, busts of forty-nine
have now been provided. New names
are chosen every five years by approx-
imately one hundred electors com-
posed of representative n)ien and wom-
en. Only Americans who have been
dead for twenty-five years are now
eligible for election.

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Academy at Annapolis, Md., to replace
Rear Admiral Louis M. Nulton. He
will assume his duties on June 30.

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