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MORRIS SES -LCK
OF OURBE FAITH
I 0JRITIC STYLS
Asserts Authors Fail to Trust
Ear in Detcrminina
Proper Words.
SAYS SCIENCE MAY AID
Defends Use of Coioquialisms
of Correct Meaning
in Sentences.
Until we have a generation with
courage and faith enough to write
the language as we speak it we must
be content with the kind of litera-
ture we have, where a good sen-
tence is as rare as the diamond of
Golconda and a "bon mot" is worth
a king's ransom, stated Prof. A. R.
Morris, of the English department,
yesterday during the University
broadcasting program in his talk,
"How Shall I Put It."
Says to Trust Ear.
If we had faith enough to trust
the ear and say a thing the way it
sounded best we should need noth-
ing more, Professor Morris said.
"The chief value of science in
language," he added, "will probably
be what it has been in philosophy
and religion; it will give us courage
RADIO TODAY
Prof. John H. Muyskens, of the
phonetics department, will dis-
cuss some phase of the cure and
prevention of minor speech de-
fects at 2 o'clock this afternoon
over WJR from the University
studio. Sidney Stragiht, tenor,
will be the vocalist.

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CONVICT SLAIN AS FOUR SING SING PRISONERS I Head Japanese Peer
M I S S N G , R TL a n d s a t N e w Y o r k

ARCHITECT CLUB
DISCUSSES DANCE

Percy Knudsen Outlines
for the Current Year.

Plans

Senate Gives Specialk Privileges!
for Th e Atter ding
Union Formal.
PLANS ARE COMPLETED
SLate permission for women stu-
dents who ign out for the Union,
formal, Friday night, was granted
yeterday at the meeting of the!
Senate Committee on student Af-I
fairs, men to stay out
until 2:30 o'clock on the night of
the dance.
The Union formal, the first of its
kind in the history of the organ-
ization, will o hed Friday night
in the ballroom of the Union. It
is planned to make this function
an annual feature in the social
program of the organization.
Marian Hardy and his Alabam-1
ians, Columbia Recording orches-1
tra, are coming from Chicago forl
the dance. At the present time,
they are playing in the Merry Gar-
den cafe in Chicago while they
featured at the El Torreon ball-
room in Kansas City and at the
Boulevard de Paris night club in
St. Paul, Minn.. in the past. They
are bringing with them a master
of ceremonies and a feature trio.
Special ' club breakfast will be
served after 12:15 o'clock in the
taprcom of the Union, and re-
freshments will be served through-
out the affair in the ballroom. This
is one of the few occasions during
the year when women students are
allowed into the taproom. The
Pendleton library will also be open
for lounging nurposes.

Plans for the coming ye-,r were
discussed at the first meeting this
year of the Architect's society, yes-
terday afternoon.
Work will be started soon, Percy
Knudson, '30A, president, said, on
the May party which the society
sponsors every year. A contest will
be held sometime before Christmas
to choose the designer of the dec-
orations for the party. The judges
for this contest will be thefaculty
members and selected students in

Associated Fress Ih in-
Iyesato Tokugawa,I
Pr sident of the house of peers4
of the Japanese diet, who arrived
in America recently. He is a prince
in Japan as well as president of
the house. Prince Tokugawa has
been conducting negotiations in
Europe and came to this country
after completing his work there,.

BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD STREET
TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
SAUSAGE AND EGGS
CORN BREAD AND JELLY
STUFFED PORK CHOPS
HIAMBURG STEAK IN
CREOLE SAUCE
VEAL ROAST, CURRANT JELLY
AU GRATIN OR MASHED
POTATOES
BUTTERED PEAS
35c
WE DELIVER

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Associatcd Press Photo
Trouble, long feared at Sing Sing prison, New York, threatened tIhe institution when I'cur amd con-
victs attempted to shoot their way to freedom. One 'of the inimates was killed in the battle with the guardls.
Two views of the penitentiary are shown.

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ROB INS ENUMERATES VAST
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STORE
LIBRY RIES

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to believe what we have all along
felt to be true but'have been afraid
to confess.
'When we know for a certainty
what a good English sentence must
be like we will have the courage to
use a colloquial phrase wherever it
fits, and back it up. If it has the
right tune and puts the emphatic
words where they get the right
speech stress, it is a good sentence
and the very gates shall not prevail
against it."
What's

Survey Shows More Than Three
Quarter Million Bound
Volumes.

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Theaters.
L y d i a Mendelssohn-"Emperor
Jones" and "An Episode," Mimes
presentations.
Majestic-"Follow Thru" w i t h
Nancy Carroll and Charles Rogers.
Michigan-"Monte Carlo" with
Jeannette MacDonald.
Wuerth-"Girl of the Golden
West" with Ann Harding.
Organizations.
Men's Physical Education club-
Organization meeting a t 7:30
o'clock tonight in Waterman gym-
nasium.
Circolo Italiano-Meeting at 4:15
o'clock today in the League build-
ing.
Tap Dancing club-Organization
meeting at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Black Quill society-Meeting at 8
o'clock tonight in room 332, Martha
Cook.

torn[ ie to C 1AppointetU Ly
Effinger to Investigate Dr. Frank Robbins, assistant to
the President, is forever digging up
Other Plans. interesting facts and figures for the
Michigan Alumnus and other cam-
MANY REQUEST CHANGE pus organs. One of his latest, con-
cerns the Michigan library and its
Appointment of a committee of "Big Lot of Books."
five to consider marking systems I "When we speak of 'The Univer-
s sity of Michigan Library' what do
used in colleges and universities we really mean?" asks Dr. Robbins.
throughout the country, and to de- "It is not simply the Library build-
termine if the University is in need ing, nor yet merely a stack of books,
of a new system, was authorized by but the whole apparatus of printed
the faculty of the literary college at material which the University has
its monthly meeting Monday after-- acquired for the use of its teachers
.and students-- 775,516 bound vol-
noon. The committee will be ap- umes according to the latest report,
pointed by Dean John R. Effinger. not including unbound painphlets
The faculty also decided to extend of which there are 60,000 in the
the examination period this semest- transportation library alone."
er from Thursday to Friday noon
during the second week of exami-
nations. This action was taken, NaW
Dean Effinger stated, because of the! NOW
many requests received at the SHOWINGr
dean's office from faculty members
in charge of large courses who find-
it necessary to hold speci'al exami-
nations.
Proposals involving a new system
for determining the time for final,
examinations, and also proposals
concerning the requirements fori
graduation with distinction and
with high distinction were made David Belasco's F
special orders for the December
meeting of the faculty, Dean Effin- "THE GIR L OF TH
ger said.
Dean H. H. Bartlett, of the botany Ann Harding's supreaw screen cha:
department, was appointed a. mem- Better tHian any picture youave se
ber of the Dean's Advisory commit-'
tee in place of Prof. Moses Gom- __
berg, of the chemistry department, -
whose time has expired. a

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"Besides the 502,692 volumes in Board Plans Meeting
the general library, there are theI
following special libraries," Dr. Fob-.( Members and former members of
bins states, "92,308 volumes in the the editorial board of the Michigan
law library, law building; 50,715 Law Review will meet for dinner at
volumes in the various medical ii- 6:30 o'clock Saturday in the Law-
braries; 2,530 volumes in the en- yers club.
gineering libraries; 23,359 volumes! Addresses will be delivered by
in the William L. Clements library; Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law
20,997 volumas in the Natural Si- school and Carl Essery, Detroit at-
ence building library; 19,867 in the torney and former member of the
j transportation library, East Engin- board.
eering building; 10,281 volumes in ~
the chemistry and pharmacy li-
braries, chemical, laboratory; 6,364 Ribbons and Supplies for
volumes in University museums li- all makes of
brary; 6,289 volumes in the busine's TYPERITERS
administration library; 4,820 vol-
umes in the architectural ilbrary; Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures best
4,733 volumes in the school of den- duality at a moderate price.
tistry library; 3,975 volumes in the
forestry library; and 3,026 volumes 0. D. MORRILL
in the Physics library, East Phy- 13 South State St. Phone 6615
I sics building. -
Shows at college Own there
z2:01, 3:4
7:00, 9:00
cimous Stage Show
E GOL DEN WEST"
acteration. Better than soHoliday.
PLAYING
NOW I
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ALL'S FAIR A
IN LO E ANDLONG Green Street, where
the great slate-roofed fraternity'
GOLF! houses of Champaign . . . there is
one pIpe tobacco which always rolls
up the biggest vote. At Illinois it's
Edgeworth, every time.
A pipe-Edgeworth. That is the
smoking combination which has
hwon the college man. Harvard,
Cornell, M\ichigan, Stanford, Dart-
mouth - all agree with Illinois.
Natural merit has made Edgeworth
the favorite tobacco in America's
leading colleges and universities.
College men everywhere respond
to the appeal of pipes-packed with
cool, slow-burning Edgeworth. Be
ling show that made I guided by their verdict: try Edge-
golf conscious! The worth yourself. Find it at your
of the screen in a gor- nearest tobacco shop--1gm the tin.
edy romance of golf, I Or, for generous free sample, ad-
girls! Throug tedress: Larus &~ Bro. Co., 105 S.
22d St., Richmond, Va.
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