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December 05, 1928 - Image 3

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T HE M IC H IGA NAL

HAS RELBIOUlS BASIS
Eery'Piece Of Art Is The Result
Of Desire For Religious
Expression, He Says
TALKS ON LIFE'S MEANING
"All religion-true religion-is ex-
pressed by art," said Dr. Francis
Onderdonk, of the architectural
college, speaking yesterday on "Art I
and Religion." "Moreover." Dr.
Onderdonk stated, "every beautiful
architectural structure, e v e r y
painting, every bit of literature is
simply the result of a great desire
for religious expression.'"
Dr. Onderdonk went' on to say I
that true religion consists in seek-
ing the mneaning of life and then
living that meaning. "All our life is
made up of the reception of waves
which strike us;" he added. "The
artist is an arts erelye be cause
other individuals to the different
forces of life, just as the criminal
is* what he is because he is so much
less sensitive to the higher wave
length of life."
The lecture. glven yesterday was
one of a series on a program spon-
sored by the Tolstoy centenary'
league in commemoration of the
100th anniversary sof the birth of
that great author< and philosopher.
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FOR YOU
Make $20 to $35,
Weekly in Your
Spare Time
Sell Box Assorted Christmas
Cards to your friends, relatives
and students.
12beautiful assorted cards in
fancy box.
Costs 55c per box, sells for $1.00.
Many students are getting $1.50
ft em. P1ositively the BUY of
Includes parchments, etchings,
hand colored cards, and steel die
engraved folders and cards.
SEND 55c FOR SAMPLE TODAY
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ON KELLOGG-BRIAND PACT, ONE OF COOLIDGE'S PROJECTS
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a characteristic pose, and right, a view of the openin g session of the seventieth congress with Clerk William
Tyler Page calling the roll in the house of representatives.

Waite Will Attend
Meeting To Compile
Ideal In Criminal Code
Prof. John B. Waite of the Law
school leaves today for New York
to attend a meeting of a committee
of the American Law Institute
which is drafting and ideal crim-
Tis committee is composed of
judges, law school professors, and
practicing lawyers who have had
experience in the criminal law
field. The new code, when drafted,
will be submitted to the legislatures
of the various states for adoption.
Chief Justice Taft of the Su-
preme court, in commenting on
this new code, said that he thought
it was one of the most important
things the American Law Institute
was doing in view of the present
criminal condition.

MICHIGAN DINNER PLATES TO ARRI
IN TIMyE FOR HOLIDAY DJSTh{BUl
ple Who are fortunate to receive cany otmber fled.
sets of the new Michigan dinner Many mrembrsofun the
plates as presents. The first ship- chased plates, both numbei
ment of one hundred sets has al- unnumbered. In fact. 't
ready been packed at the Wedge-! the sale of Michigan plate's'
wood plant in England and will ar- exceedpedathe recet ral (
riye in this country on Dec. 17 in length of time.
plenty of time for holiday distribu- IFirst announcement of t-
tion. tion of this ware was madE
More than three hundred and IDaily of Sunday, Nov. 14,;
seventy sets of these plates have next day, Fred S. Huff,
already been sold, according to Arbor was waiting at the
latest figures from the Alumni as- association offices when' the
sociation offices and orders are ed to place his order which
,still coming in daily. The hundred Ifirst received. Hundreds o
numbered sets were all sold imme- orders were received by tel
diately after the week-end of the Itelegraph and mail, with
Illinois-Michigan football game next weekC.

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STUDENT CONFER ENCE TO H EAR H AAS,
DISCUSS VALUE OF SERVICE ABROAD

Lieut. Leonard S. Flo, local avia-
tor who failed in his attempted
non-stop flight from Canada to
Cuba last week, is planning a sec-
ond attempt for next month.

8rniilion aday - I T H AD T O

B E G OO D

Dr. Cyril H. Haas, '04M, will
speak on "The Value of Service
Abroad," at the next student con-
ference at 4:10 tomorrow afternoon
in Lame hall. The conferences,
which are being held weekly, are
sponsored by the Student Christian
association and are open to both
men and women students. All are
invited to attend.

The conferences are being held
to enable students to discuss cur-
ren't problems of importance, and
to hear the opinions of others on
them. The discussion is at all
times informal.
Dr. James K. Pollock, of the
Political Science department will
be the faculty speaker at the next
forum, to be held on Dec. 14 in
Lane hall.

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for the Student
$15 and up
Also:'
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We offer you the above with a
moderate price
at
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And Enjoy Our Fine Meals and
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A Varied Menu of Light Lunches and
Regular Breakfasts, Luncheons,
and Dinners

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say, to carry your own sandwiches to a tea-or
to pack your own blanket (or the week-end-
but luckily; no such outlandish conventions
surround the smoking ot your own cigarette.
rId rather have a Chesterfield," fortunately,
is a phrase which not only remains "good
cricket' in polite circles-but at the same
time bran'ds the smoker as a person of rare

discernment and excellent discrimination.
And small wonder, considering all the re-
mark implies. Good taste, top quality, the rare
sparkle of tobacco goodness-all these combine
toi justify the choice of that man who thlus
shows his keen judgment.
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