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.SHE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1922

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 192~1

iNoWILPEKBROO0KHART7 DISCUSSES TESTIMONY RasyMapnl
INT it E WASHINGTON ENFORCEMENT CASE RO £ SO WO'EYRme LMaonalu
ONRCERLT!fLCREES DLI UTOS ofAm erican Tr
FO FOUM SERIES Li Antiquity of the Atomobile' rsdn ovrI a
s SubjectfSpeech"Dear Old Quaker' in
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ENGINEERS GET ADVICE
Prof. John H. Worley, of the
Transportation department gave
a lectuj'e on "The Antiquity of ;the

Automobile" yesterday Kevening in
In the second of a series of St-
dentforms o b hel evry un-room 229 West Engineering build-
den trumsntoobeheld urev e of x, ing. The lecture, which featured
dayoteron fottr i the piaixon un-a rxieeting of the student branch of
fosernga ettr p~rntioalU1 , the American Society ofMcai
derstandinfg, Edward C. Jandy of, cal. Engineers, was iot confined
iA~ soiolgy epatmet wllstrictly to automobiles, but covered {
speak on "Social Psychology oafuttueo'sbetsitretn
Race Relations" at 4 o'clock this *multitud*to eanical eginerg intu-
afternoon in Lanie Hall. dets
Tlhe forums, sponsored by the d~essrWre rsne
international committee of the sre frpoutoso odct
StuentChrstin asocatin, reby means of slides, tracing thebe
for the purpose of bringing about;~ inn fauooie vhce
aweerudrsadngbtee-h back to as early as the fifteenth'
students of the ma~nv foreiovn

(BV .\ssociated Pr(-"t
LONDON, Nov. 9.--Ramsay .Mac-
Donald at the reception of the Na-
tional Labor Club last, night made
somze very human observations re-
garding his recent American trip.
Recalling his quiet discussiollis
with President Hoover, Mr. Mac-
Donald remarked: "His aspect. his
demeanor, his powerful charm in
stating an argument almost made!
me smile into his face and exclaim,
to him, out of the Kappiness of my1
spul, Oh, you dear olld Quaker!"'
As to his reception by the peopl e
at large he said :
"In my whole life I never met ai

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u4uG u l ~G .L4a VG L_ - , h cutie h aeatedngteAssocaiat lPress toio ~century. Notable amonhe sties people who can be mnore enthusihi-'
University, by furnishing a mean8: Senator Smith Brookhart (left, discus~es Washington, D. C., pro- ;tci the woo-usmd yteodrsrn elan theyeople fth
fo fakadlbrldsuso'hibition enforcement with district attorney Leo A. Rover. Brookhartth of d-cxtilian e showingoev er t anterthanth eles afhe
of important pioblemns of the day." appeared before the grand jury to testify regarding "e" inrof axitoive pi s oionfvromtpeUn theSeves to banada have''
Thre discussion will be yared by (attended by other senators. E. E. Loomis, of Morgan and company. ! worm drive to spiral bevel gears. hw hmevs ob.I a
bringing up questions of literary,j was among those called in to testify in .the case. The dinner occurredi great. "
economical, social and political in- in 1926. Refers to Mediaeval Woodcuts. "TeAeia epeaeudr
teret. I thi waymanychanelsa - - ---- - - - -'There is, a;cording to Professor standing us. It i not merelya P
will be opened for one to expres,; lI_ Worley, no complete, or even near- handshake of politeness.
his own interests as well as those liy complete, engineering library in "It was rather amusing that the;
of his country on a wide variet"i the world today. He pointed out favorite anthem, }next to 'God Saver l ais ln ot
Athugh these forums, which ifr } a wealth of material not only of ed was 'Rule Britannia.' I have al- furm ed cas
will be led by professors and in- value to engineers, but to students: ways believed the American people] pressed, called for ar~i
structors versed in the particular, wenty Five Stars Etc. elties, and skits on the Usual stage of fine arts, for the ancient wood agnru epe
sbetare being held primarily; First of the talking extravanga- ,revue style. cuts are examples of a rare art "I was also curious that when I
for foreign students all others who j. zas without a plot, M-G-M's -"Hall-whcfluiedurnteeaye
are interested are urged to'attend. 1 ywoodRev"isovewath On the whole you'll find the film !sixteenth century. Theprsn appoached the three-mile liit ar
____-Majestic all week through Friday. entertaining to a considerable ex- Transportation library in the East Dressesobatlcleanenddmnao
Freshmen Stop Second It's an unusually long feature, run- tent-there's a number of excellent Engineering building containsse-wraprdon tehizno
nin a ou t o our w en ths ongnu bes otbly"SngngIn ela vlubl i presins ta engiS e me a greeting on a mission ; called for and de
ning bouttwo ourswhenthisIson numers iiotbly fromngoriginalal cutsl iprwhichtakif wsuhcessfulsulwas ttoedreduce,
Year Class 1;:fl GamIes'rewiewer saw it. and consists of 9: the Rain"), amusing camera of ute rgam ulnd he.Yucn heeoe e o
{CniudFo ae1 number of miscellaneous acts, nov- feFunrnog mtretn c~ theprPgra sOthsoineyw. warn and forgiving my welcome
Tresophomores and two fr esh- iy T1 eu~ and settings to class the picture as 'outlined. There will be a movie en- Afe stin hsblef haNordcin n
men won their encounters, while; CityR4 fuk quite above averalge. Especialy titled "Steam" shown on Novem- Aeian ih eadBrts u eyfns,
the two remaining contests ended to Harbor Canines good are Cliff "Ukelele Ike' Ed-I ber 20 which will be of interest toi Laborites as hopelessly "Red" andi
Di rxcs esierick2, a '33, and wards and John Gilbert with Nor- i all engineering students. On :D-j adding "if we were in America weI
Dai rcmir 32,an Wafe 1 ma Shearer in a jazed up version{ Stabrrett 4 Tool Co. will o -te igour fredom,"me de-tyi PE O $
wereon stil fghtngtoheir btles for That the City hal basement has of Romeo and.. Juliet. hbi stnawole give an ex-;maintaining orfedm"h e
John sonl33,handgJhnirHbtlesy, 32, outlived its usefulness as a dog The chief criticism of "The 111'hibtlatn-awhliday. dlared the Labor movement in
the cane when the gun sounded. hser a oeeiet atIwo eu"i h During the course of his lecture,j En gland "seemed to symbolize toy HT
Tespooe winn teihotlywsmd evdn latywo Reu"ithproducers' Professor Worley h ohmrswnigtery mentioned that be the American mind a triumph ofWIT
duel wee Hrol 13 niht wen r. . C Wesinerlack of originality in arranging the had run the 1850 model train which that democracy which Americans
dul eeHrl raforci, Clifford nih hnD.J .Wsigr acts and the unsuitable materiali runs over the Ford railway in Dear- believe is peculiarly represented in'L U D YO
Stodoc an Jok tavi d andteuhealtofficrodered the aommfon !furnished them. With }moeestare, lborn. He recommended that me- America itself."
fReohn M lln.Sitna cuclt roieaohrGlc o -.- could have turned out the chanical engineering students, es- rO fo th ,
Roland Moulton and harbaring stray hounds. imost entertaining talking feat ure p~cially those working for at mas- M l ~vnP~ cosfo h
For the first time in several fall SrydgsoIl knshv Itu ar e' d~re~urand ienP s
ggustefrsmna~eared with ithtra be bo ughtf tolityhail thus far.Jte4'sadegree, should get as mch;
anre the reshmn ? hthert been rough to Cty hal Mc glcu Vctor an }handi experience xpewithe the t rurui- onon Cabinet Committeeee j
a band ,yesterday. It was composed iig burlyVcoMaaengvsretrtpsofehlsasosi
of nearly 30 players and a drum 'and kept there until ihomes could, of heiestperormncges of be. Prof.pCseofMurthindes of the vo
2rtJ'o, ad esil supased ratofbe provided for them, or in case no Ioeo h et-promne fbe
maor ndeaiy urase taJo i-s talking career in "Thre Black'__ ____Pr__ eton.alepaMrtmentof h eeno
the second year students. On pre- 1 one wanted them, until police gass- ,Watch," at the Michigan. ,He ap- Architecturoal k dytearent, as'f bteIn-
vious occasions only the sophiomores ' ed them. 'pasa aSoc ficrcn oAnnual AueiobRy tLymerarWiburtoherve- -- - -
have possessed a band. The "PFrosh", Some time ago, the University the wilds of Asia during the World ClbM etceu eioray emr o Wthebubc ommiere --- --- _
band led the parade of the under-;bought such undesirable dogs from ' Wa i to uncover a nzati 'e uprising Club eet Shednldvcatimbol heguidacomm cilde
lassmen from their-meeting places the city for biological purposes, buof dangerous proportions. Onoftessin ftea nuallaionlth guWidaeHousecnfer
-on the campus to South Ferry field. j a better market in Detroit caused IT he scenery is unusually realistic THEo CidHelhan/rte-R A
The fall games yesterday were! the discontinuance of this prac- and faithful.' the acting excellent convention of the Michigan Soc~~:iet no hl elhadPoe-R A THE DAILY C
conducted by the Student council, I tice. and the interest wellsustained. 'of Architects, to be held in- DetroLitis n neSai, ietro
with Richard Cole, '30, senior coun- I Lately, "mutts," mongrels, curs, Only one or two Slot lapses mar an< January 16 and 17 will be held isis neS.Dvsdrctro
Oilmnann carg.nMmbhsaorteead mremr lsssedired pps thewasndaltlsreicurerDo'tssn rbodiiwsrdcidd avacatiovoatonalgudanediathcChcao ________Chicago___
campus honor societies anid of the have been the guests of the city on( miss it. cent meetiiig (school system, is chairman of the --- ---- -- ---- ---
council assisted him in oWfiiating. an average of two a week, but the ,.~ . Tescey hc ed~subcommittee.
The underclass rivalry started general unsanitary conditions and ------ meeting in 1914 in Ann Arbor, Wiill
during the past week will be taken inconvenience resulting from thisI BOSTON, Mass.-Although the meet in the architectural buid~i
up again when the freshmen and , civic benevolence has necessitated j Carnegie Foundation stressed the This organization was responsible- - --
sophomores meet in the spring a change of quarters for such ca- purity of Ya, President J. B. for the passage of a state law -i
'ames, the main feature of which nine wayfarers. Angel said that they would gladly 1915 requiring that architectsqu-
will be the tug-of-war across the The matter was referred to the exhneti o opeo od 9ythog eaiato oadl- -
Huron river. ) police committee. running backs or powerful ends. mittance to architectural practice
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BEGINNING TODAYIIIIIIII[IIIIIIIIL'
-The MICHIGAN presents for
-three days only, the Fox Movie- =-
tone All-Talking -Feature
J BLACK
WATCH
MYNAMcLAGLEN
- DAVID :ROLLINS
- -ROY D'ARCY
La pai la-a ghteri, passion anid io-
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NOW PLAYING
~ The Living Screen ;Presents
From Coast-to-Coast Hailed as the Miracle
Picture o the Talking Screen-25 Stars-
Chorus f 200-=Big So rng Hits-Laughs!
Sketch es!-Spectacl e!

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RIASON OFlFOUR CONCERTS
Morgan Tr b-anp1
New 'York String Quartette
-Feb. 1 M
E lshuco ,Trio-~MA ,ch 24
ubscri-bers Tickets $59
Students Balcony Tckets $.50.
Aply M rs. Carl Huben
1330 111 Street Phbone 3498,

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ON THE STAGE
HERE IN PERSON
4 JELER & RILEY
j Musical Comedy, Headliners
' ~You'll Love Themn!
and JOE ROBERTS, Wizard of the Banjo

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