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TUESDAY, DECEMBLR 18,. 1928

TU-IE MICh--IGAN

DATILY

r PACE TTIRER

TUESDAY, DECEMI3EU 18, 1028 PAGE TITTh~
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('IAIIlVUI IUTnflITf~lf SNOWS FALL IN

""REASONABLENTESS OF RELIGION" IS

rmikin urur Pni i rnrt.

LYW AIII I IiI fUb I f WESTERN STATE.S THIRD CONVOCATION SPEECH TOPI UrU!tY U~~
; V' au W ie i ~~ ~oest a tJn of love, Itruth, adbeauty, and [lD[IPL
lA SOCIATION Til O LD llwig17.y unay Sanflo be solved, but an activity to be i In tracing Lihe developmento
TWU TH A htJII inh the southwestern states today,; shared in," said henry Pitt Van- Ihe universe, he said that historyexndgdepit th Tea;Dunso< iiSnayaorin t,
anhandusle.erMissouriint stpnsTotrai diinforifreigauditorium bcf Panhndle Missuti Knsasaadhein thanauiaosteadyreunbrokenhi cae'atherthtn<a 01eacy unbrkenRd-1,(1 V1(i
_____Oklahoma likewise were affected. and latst Of the fall series of stu- veloumient, (1) the period of _spac- ;university of International Rela-1
-Dirt roads were impassable at
PROMINENT INGil"STS. WILL (ogr e. hr ieic dent coivocatiouis, on tIhe subb)ed:,° time, (2) t he development of mat - tions hias berr opened in Los!
BOVN NDTOT sowfallTx.was ered.Ua rdse of "Reason ableness of Reli ion." Gipr, j(3) the coming of life into ;An els. It was ormia ydedicated a
NEXT WEEK an inch of snow had fallen at "We should live a life of crew-- simple cells, 14 the developmenta;ee. 14, at the termination of thei
x" °- Wichita. A hard fall began here h've pupose lihring the work ofi mind, and (5) the evolution nf fourth session of the Institute of
WA6NER BETO BESPAKER about midnight. atmbl rf God, bcause only those who lirve spirit, the quality of mind which International Relations.
____Street car and atmbl rf such a life appreciate the full valuer is sensitive and devoted to the! The university shares its ca-
fi wr te u una ngt nof it" he conltinued,. intangible qualities of the human pus with thle university of South-
Willes reseomMnt Paperst ,D alias following a heavy al-dayi That science tells IIs. of Inanir- nd-love, beauty, goodness, jus-'emn Califrnia, and its admniist a-
ModPerntLanae's Ohihfloedsretnadlo- verse. so vast that we connot coo-'tice, and truth. tion is being conducted in o-~pe-i
____land homes. ! prebenid its minurtes portions, a- "As the development has pr- ration with that of the latter un-,
Man naionllyknon atho- though it is a univer se of almost gressed, mian has shared more and: versity.
Many naionallyknown athor- "" i ;ap~solueabsoluteessisetheieeisfmise thehbeliefss oodeveinpthe. processoioftodevelopment. I ItsS Hopurposes fos tothe r nfurnis oppor-
ities in the fieldtof Spanish will Alumni 1tlholog ali sminry.Heos"H
spa t h wlfhanalme-UnoAteooia -eiay.H sthe screator ad adihpreserver dof the o tmen tesfr fotconsular' 'and ;dipsloats 'e
inig of the American association ofFe sFo Stdn went on to state, however, that t universe; and man is the climax of service, business men for ci-
Teachers of Spanish, to be held De- was a universe that is intelhigibae the e:volution We are to look at merce, of pooliticians and teachrs
cember 26 and 27 in the Book- For the first time in the history, to the hurnan mind, and tha t it is the highest manifestation of the _______
Cailchtl erii sa-of the University Alumni assoea- therefore the product of some; development for an insight into the
nounced by Prof. Julio del Toro, of ion, a good many alumni clubs, power analygous to the hum ;, world process and the power be--
the Romance language department. are acting as hosts to undergrad ;ind. It °gives to us the aprYeei- hind it,"he concluded.
"A great many of the papers uates from their locality during -___ -..
presented will be of interest to this Christmas vacation.-- -
teachers of- any modern language," Although in the past a few clubsl
said Professor del Toro. "Among have done similar acts, until the '\
these are an address on factors un- recent suggestion from the Alumni
denying the teaching of reading in( offices in Ann Arbor was issued, s -{ '-e -
modern languages, to be delivered I there seemed very little chavv" _
by Prof. C. F. Sparman, Universityf that most of the groups would u- --"N
of 'Wyoming; a report on unsc en- detae heprjet hi yar"
tifle aspects of scientific analysis, Teamo etnso hssr
by :Marion Jewell Hay, Ohio State Teamo etnso hssr
university; and an address on during vacation is to keep the Stu-
synttax in the second year classes dents who are now attending
of college Spanish, by Prof. John D. Michigan in closer contact with *um u~m
Fitz-Gerald, University of Illinois. the alumni in their home towns ;;.l~lr
CfeWilSekso that the alumni may get direct 'A S
Professor Charles P. Wagner of information concerning, Michigan'VE
of the University, Dean Wilford L. lust what the alumni are accom-
Coffey, Detroit City college, and pishing. A E
President John P. McNichols, Uni- Recently reports have been re f.
versity of Detroit, will be the rin-; ceived from numerous clubs an- " _"° .ri.'
cipgl speakers a:;iie convention nouncing Christmas dinners and
dinner to be held' at 7 o'clock Wed- parties for undergraduates in theirIM11......-
niesdlay evening in the Crystal ball respective districts. Included in mu% -R
room of the Book-Cadillac. A mu- the clubs which have already anl--
sical program has been arranged nounced such affairs are the Urii -
for this dinner, and there will be versity of :Michigan clubs of sH U EIk~
dancng afterwards, it is announ- canaba, Charlotta, Rochester, N. Y" f
ced' and Kansas City, Mo. The Youngs-2'
An adres by rof.Al~c H.town Undergraduate club is plan-
Bushee, of Wellesley college, on a p ing a huge reunion party for ths Lrelvn:o m ihfrpae
Cid play of the year 1639, will be vacation to be given in cooperation 3 bed rooms; tiled bath with c
of great general literary interest, with the alumni club of that city. shower; brafst no; tie
itiO rmsd omnto h *d poem to be given by Prof. E. C. INDIANA-Students here aircI 1 kitchen sintk; refrigerator space;
IHill of the University of California participating in a state-wide cam- w -gater softener; house insulated
is will offer the same attraction,, paign to insure greater appropria - with elotex; lot well shrubbed;y
according to Professor del Toro. tions for the university from the;
Cody To Open Session state legislature this year. garage.
Thie Wednesday morning session
will be opened by Frank Cody, sup- Would be pleased to show it to
erintendent of Detroit schools, withyubyapIOr M
an address of welcome to the dele- GHNRISTMAS GIFTS yub ponret
gates. Professors Warshaw andi B rr Patterson i CALL M S c E R ,wt
Hills, and Hay will also speak at &urAuld Co. R , it
this session. There will be an elec- &A l o
tion'at the afternoon session, and # , Churh ' at South U:p=
Professors Bushee, Fitz-Gerald, "f___________________
an~d Espinosa will read papers. -- - - ___
Thursday'smorninig session will Per sonal
be, devoted entirely to addresses I / .L S AT N .tL
with Prof essoi4s Waxmxan, Doyle, CHRISTM AS CARDS i 213,ECAG, csJei~ },
Sparman, Batione, andt siiis a Engi aved-Prmsted ~271~(MilC93(
speaking,:'The chapter offiers Order Now Save Monley) ,I ( be st c:
luncheon will be held at noonD. ORRLL ., - 1
There will be th e annual busineSSI 0-_________D°____________________ 1L1- U

FR ENCH DO NOT :
AIM AT CULTURE

Basketball Session
On Rules Held Here

(W i g to sc'hool for the sake of ;rTJobt]Ain a conunon uers-<ita-
0 nrlculture is almost uniknown luig to thne rule.s of bxi ketball as
inFr.trice. That country still tlhey will be inte rp ;retd nthe highscoli ~ l ,. nrn h
clings to the theory that young;- present season, 00) coaches of state
7ae1)], are sent to school and col-I high school baskeitball team, ,is con-
l'g solely to learn thins out of i vened here recentlyv under tlhe
1 -As andi to show results ford Aiiscrirt of h ::Athleti asocatdion.
mhoney expended on their educa- Atrrahw niiesadn
SLion. ron; the imannier in wh iich thie rules
Fre te frsttie h strtstow ill be interpz-reted, an ex.hibition of'
ivnithefirt tme e sart tothe principles in action was given
kschool to the day-he takes his doe- by members of the "B5 sqiuad of the
tar's deg;ree in dignified, cap and University. Coach George Veenker,
,.own, the French student is made of the varsity basket ball squad was
ico feel the ser"iouasness of the busi-' in cha~rge of the mecetings.
~es f being educated., The school - ---.--.- -- -________
{U'l. and womern students have the
sameh solemn attitude. ! Dec. 21-Special Train to
Unliversity students are recruited, PilILADELPIIIA, WILKES BARRE,
most,,Ily from the families of pro- READIN4G, NEWX1K at 3:15 p. m.
:essionhal men and are themselves Also Wolverine Daily 4:30 p. mn.
beinhg prepared for some specific Phone 4011-4670
pr:ofession. -_t ,,-.

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yourXmas Shopping.
ill fin The Michigan Dai
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me' eting in the afternoon, and an
address by Prof. Leavitt 0. Wright,
of the University of Oregon.
WILLIAM STOWN-Led by C ap -
tain Schott, star breast strokker, 25
aspirants are working out for the'-
Williams tank team.
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
For All Important
N Lake and Ocean Lines
Tours, Cruises
Independent Travel
E. G. Kuebler
Gen. "teamship Agency
0- 01 E.Huron Ph. 6413
- ANN ARBOR
Pianos, Radios,
VictrolasF
and Everything Musical
Make 'Your Houst, a I Iuinc
This Christmas
Pay next year.
Schaeberle & on
Music House
t 110 S. Main St.
14

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respectively, co11ll~eting withI
principal destinations icy lower
All' trai s will ie.' proviuded
Would suggest' pore Itase C
delay and confusion at traiIt

ACCOUNT Ob
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tir ,olf {J ii ivei sry f W ti go n Ir trclcrrts, clurning hom le Ii jo ay,
IstU as Vrcajib nthle. AriaIArb~or-rilc~1 Iwjilp)rovide ihe
iir An Arbor to I lIedo, l o-tti'all Tdl olcd() coirrucctrtios:
:5 ,u.(C". T.) isv. Aimt Arbor ...........5:15 . .(C .1'.)
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