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December 20, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-12-20

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SABTID THEE MICHIPlnGAiportAndLrainng Satio

DAY, DEOEMDER, 20, 172-


onto, Texas

"In this day of clever substi-
tutes, when silk is made from


Case Club 'Arguments Progress, Stason Reports
Competition in the Case and clubs.
Story clubs of the Law school is The arguments between the vMar-
progressing rapidly according to ous clubs culminate in the finals
Prof. E. Blythe Stason. Prof.- which are a part of the annull
essor Stason is the miember Founder's day program, held in the,

fj MlIIII I111 Im. V~kA~~U4 U1 our professors of the School of ~ 1~I~ 1 L4~O 1~U i~~j
lIEIIUJIL uaiui~uu ig chairs from paper, and ivory Business Administration will offsi- ganization and competition of the Lawyers
FFfrom sour milk, it does not require llyrpeettesho ncn Wm~ruu~IuII~IIgII,~jgttii
NATIONAL STUDENT GROUP even the stretch of iiagination to _eecst ehl nCiaodr
ISSUS OPNION >>see on the yuletide table a snthe-.
"SLE OIIN tic Christmas tree," declared S. W nsm the Christmas vacation, it was =
AT MEETING~ announced yesterday by Prof. Care
_ _- uAllen of the School of Forestry, E. Griffin, acting dean of the
and Conservation, in discussing scho.-
SEEK EIGW!LIV"RULE the Christmas tree situation. Po.0 .Bakto h e
The Germans have made and partmnent of business statistics, will
~ubor1ination Of I ratertity To, sold these artificial trees for more prsn, aprbfr1am~tn
Wefare Of College Also thani thirty years, and it was oly of the American Statistical socie-
Supported when the war cut off all imports ty. Prof. Earl S. Wolaver, of the2
___~that their manufacture was at- department of business law, willi=rc upr fteihnoisse ni2 xtmhdsede t
suppor of te hono systm in emptedintAmrsca.read a paper before the conven-
colleges 'and uniesiis wa"Te ped it whc tee tion of the Association of Amen-
among the outstanding conclusions" trees grew is remarkable. Up in a can Teachers of Law in Collegiate .2
and ecomenatins f te N- bildng f oe ofourgret ctie Scool ofBusnes. -Beautiful Plants for
tionareStudentd ation of me N- ,.s , h e hands of skillful women cimi-' Prolof. BuEr nes Fschrf th es 1 0 t S
toaStdnFeeainoAmrPrfEretFshroftedOfica, at its fourth annual congress, t ate in the space of a few minutes partment of real estate. is to pre- = M. 1A
hed ecnty tCoumia M.what Nature required as many, side over a round table discussions
Nearly 300 persons from 40 states yeOars to accomplish, group at the meeting of the Amer-'
an aaaatne.icuig ~One group is mnaking branches; ican Economics society. Professorde, Car:in a "
the record brakn numberof17W and twigs, another attaching the: Griffin will represent the business;,2 .Roses Pinse19 t ts,
braigof17n, . branches to the wooden trunk, andi school at the convention of the
official delegates from 140 insti- a silaohrgunontebonA rcnAscainofSolsf
tutions. silaohrgunontebonAeiaAsoitoofShlsf for Christiias d
The congress voted "to encouragea paper to represent the bark. Holly';Business.-
aridaidin eeryway ossble ol-berries on small wires also enter;
andai.i evrywa posilecol ® >.'",_ miraculously into the branches, principfetrali source eh of supply of goose2
leges and universities to nprove adi h n h hl hn sfahr sCeh-Slovakia, here-
thi honornthsystems."holeWhere thew er
thoi hoor yste o ~dos mo exst t ws ,folded up like an umbrella The mllinery prices shot up 1500 per-
h~no sytem oesnotexis itwas The West Point of the air force is being planned at San Antonio, needles of the tree are none other cent.
suggested that the federation lend Texas, and will consist of an airport and training station. Captain A. than gosefethrs"-_____--_____________O pen Thursday, Fr iday and S
aidi in helping" to establish it. W a~r et si hreo osrcinwr n rgde eea n1 goose feathers,hih
gW'PrelfiincagofcntutowokadBiairGnrl,;n192goefahrwih_ °Tl rahAdoption of a new athletics code i. P. Lahm is commander of the training center. Construction of the re used for the needles on these CHRISTMAS GIFTS WYY. U. Teegap+
governing eligibility of athletes and 'held is already under way trees, suddenly became famous as DPttro
the, subordination of fraternity ac- .ya decoration on women's hats. The B rP tesnbgE ila
tivities to the welfare of th olg -111Iillilllf11111Ni11l111I1111the clleg - _______________________________ _____________ & Auld Cor
or university were other irmportant r B OF CT Y Curch.t S1.L~.out
recommendations issued by the i E IL OITY = ll (-l -slIlIl-i
congress.--h ran -jj __ _ ___-_ _ _ __ _
Aneed for more uniform rules (By As at'1 W 110 iParos)
and definitions in college athletics; NEW YORK, Dec. 19.-A pan- : c
wede beported byea dicussioroup handler who employed a valet-secs =m}ATI=iE RIC ACC(
~aae yM .Cek omrretort' and took in $500 a week,-2oII-TR A INR VE I CHRISTMAS
Harvard football captain. -Elgibil- selling penknives on the subway T yewit ng- id ~ .t .
it y of athletes was the question of was an exile from the city today. -~-ie .
chief interest. The federation was Samuel Ansel, 23, of Revere, o h comdto fUiest fMcia tdns
ure obgnaiainfraMass., had boasted that he planned - ecmbr 2 theaccounodtChistmasUnvacaitioMitheanSdntAborei
commiteehegn afratomnstudentsto retire as soon as he got enough iDcmer2sDcoutCrsma aainteAnAro al
athletcde coe r oachtuens, adout of these New York suckers." =B1o) ok k eept~ zjin~g ahei drcoscahsadfollowing Train Service from Ann Arbor to. Toledo, protecting all
ote tltceprst etandi During the last three months =_=
othe atleti exertsto eet Ansel has been a familiar figure ini n ro.......:8am CT)L. n ro...
draw up a new and practical ath- I=L.An rin-8a.i.(.T. v n rbr...
subway trains as he made his way123 i.(E JA Tld ...
letc cde or dopioailedt- through the cars shaking and 2= Individual Instruction rToeop
tions everywhere. Those who fie twitching as with palsy while he = -
to adopt the code would be boy- offered for sale at 10 cents eachi=N R H O N T AN2R~
cotted.Ipublicidisplay ofica gross.d$2.25 2 NEW TERMS JAiN. 7 anF EB. 11 -otbon N R HB U D TR I SR I
Codennnpblcniveyof;a r s forwhichhebpaidd-Trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:05 a. nm. (C. T)
mock~ initiations by fraternities as jA probation officer reported that :=2 respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pe
degrading, and recognizing political As el, in addition to having a say-n 2 - principal destinations in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan. Be if00i is otae
casineetistdnelcinIsessed $000i istmrggs2ia jjILi I UU IIIU Q 21 Wldaisuggestbprchas wt diinlfrtcascahs obnstece neeti td ci ¢ con f146 o ol ugs ucae tickets and check baggage in advance so a
itwa cnld d e"tha lfraente and owned several newsstands in delay and confusion at train time.
are veybeneficial in adeveo mnit os tn
of that r intangible something which His landlord in the Eighth aye-j^ State and WXilliam Streets - ANN ARBOR RAJILROA
is referred to as college spirit'," but} nue rooming house where he paid , ~A ILCmeca gn
tha "fatenites illattin'hei l$10 a week, said that until recently -llillllllllH11llllllllllliil161!I~tllllIIII11111~: "A ILCmeca gn
tatu "fraternities wilhatan their Ansel had enjoyed the services of a t 1M cia Ann Arbor, Mich.
begin to subordinate their own combination valet-secretary to Susrie to T eD i
special interests to the welfare of whom he paid $10 a week. Y
the college. The group discussing j-
compulsory military training in-
colleges was about evenly divided,
although both sides agreed that
students should use every influenceiDE E B R 2 TO 2 IS J Y M l' -GA ER H PN SS ]'"
t pr m t evr ai to p a eL/ +FRsuch as pacts, leagues, treaties,'
courts, and disarmament.
Molding of undergraduate opin-C
ion along progressive_ lines rather N I
than reflecting existing opinion is3
the true purpose of a college news-
paper, the group discussing col-
lge publications reported.. "ifth
college paper is to justify its ex-
istence, it must attempt to lead, Joy Month Dec
not merely follow," the group con-
cluded, pointing out the danger of et
an editorial staff that is not rep-'1 Now Showing TH OE0 ITNCIEPCU7u STARTS OA T UFRAY N.
resentative of best opinion on the TEALL. F ITISCTWEK GU ST,?YT UFIA N
campus. " y L HSWE
Subscribe to the Michigan Daily. ®_____-- _____________ I BrHOW TOIGHyTrg
$4.00~~~~~~~~~ ater [ L B ~~L r h wrigohe first series of Joy M
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nation, .tcY
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>aturning hoeniday,
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and 5:24 p. In, (C. T)
re Marquette for all
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