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THE

WOViN

Vol IIL

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, itz

NEW TELESCOPF ISB Al]E.-RTM ENTRS 'TOTAIKE GIVES AULTO CREDIT
WORKED OVERTIME tol fccordcing to the new plans of the faci FOR BETTER ROADS
- - iall the dlepartmtents «=ilt hereafter join
in theltecture-recitals. Under the prev-
Two Months Tryout Proves sous arransgemuent earls departmsent has Prof. Rich Says Bicycle and
Efficiency of New for oeseyear, sshereas, beginning witlh Motor Car Help the
I netrmoni next semnster, alt the departsents scill
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SUMAIER STUDENTS MAY USE
FERRY FIELD TE'NNIS COURTS.
Though any seed for Varsity tranm
practie is preclucded durinthIe vya-
tion msothis, Ferry field will be kept
open in thse summnner session prineipally
fore bIenefit of the tennis players.
The courts will be kept in good condi-
tin and the gales are to be open every
stay but Sunday, from 6:45 a. um. till
5:0o . Ito.
Regolar students who were members
of the Athletic association last semester
are permitted to play otn the courts hy
presentinsg their association memberahip
tickets. Others can obtain tickets at ie
Athletic association office on State
street, for $i.5o, which will be good for
thse rest of the summer. The office is

No.4.
ARE TOO LENIENT
WITH CRIMINALS
American People Scored by
Pres. Hutchins for "Maud-
lin Sentimentality"
SHOULD RESPECT PUBLIC LAW
That while amtericans generaly usat-
ifest the greatest obsediettcet)olprivate

________ FProf'IWiltiamtsHtow-lantdlof the vocal
dicparltttment, ti gv three recitals eachm
USED FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES setsster; rof Alert Locswoo, of
________ tisantdepartstent, wilt give oere-
cta ech semester;atd Mrs. George
For nearly twos moths work has bettn I. Rhcd aitd rof Satsue Lockssosod
carried ott witstesew telescope at ill aperttn fotr recitals.
the observatory, with the result that a- Tesuutposc of theess sceme is to
must one undred plates have bentatk- iprovde a greater sriety ith ie course
assauwoe.
enl withs the spectroscope. Te tsaitt____________
purpose of te observations is ot so
touch to gather ew inforutatfoim as tst PHONE FUSSER IS DOOMED
the spectra thetselves, as to study the
exceptios to the rules, thus establish- Five Cent Tol Placed on Ypsilanti
ing their true value. Three minute message
Foure years ago work was beguns ott \Voss to the "Ypsi fusser," wte to tie
this instrument. It is the second larg- "teephontte.lidder I' Ftr tittceetsy
rt reflector in use its the world, attdl hath deretd atd it sial cotse to pass
the third largest telescop its the United tat talks wit Thite its Ypsilatti salt
Staes. The telescope ay be used is cost thee gold, aye, mutsctfite gol. As
either te Cassegraims or Newtoniatt it is writtestits that notice, ulics hath
forn. Its th former method there is b eett sett to tiose that be calet sb-
atu effective focal letgh of sxty feet scribes, takisg effect os atd after the
The rays of light ete the ttnstr- tethtl say of July, ttc year of otr Lrd,
mseat, atsd cotntinute utniterrupted for Lot t, there "wilt'e a carge of ive
fourteesn feet, whets they strtike the prttsscests for eacthtre-ssitste essage
ary cosscave mirror, and are reflected frotm Ansn Arbor to Ypsiatti ;" aet to,
back towards a poitt ntetn feet tsitt sught as to te rate fosr aes-
three itnches in frott of i.Tey strtke sgc froms Ypsilasti to Atsn Aro~r.
a secondary convex mirror five feetl it Note to it, alt ye scssstes sf Ie
front of this andc the ligtls thlets re \iAmalgasmatesd aisd Usitet Fssers of
Elected downthtroughs the Ioh.etin te Amserica, AtttsAbor local, No. 23.
primsary mirror, atd brught to a fo- Raise a cry to Iemsta~t sit i, te high
ts two feet beitns the frotnt surface of saes for a five cet rate otttthe ca,
the pritmary tmirror. Thetce it eters tat it say teasinceheap ts see her face
the spectroscope atd passes throughs the as hear her voice. Estabishit ye a bratch
prism, separatitng ito te various co- officc its sttr sister meteroptolis ts ftrt-
tes. Thte sectruss is plotograplhed at ishs tmesstges frmts Ypsiantti tss AnsAX-
the sltle hlder at the lower end of hboe or else wsoe itbttttsunto u It oatrt
the feece. apd atst ise tcrsssits aotr goos. osI'sr
Thtese threce.refleccioss sake i ps-ye buttsvour "tsre-fets anste sill
sibrletsotbtatt a focl lengths of statefeet ie mst Ihertlessly e"cu tt its-by oe
with aituhatsItis onystisxtettfletttt ocethlecs ftr tistaodss t goioadtsss
lotsg. WhItit 55lacks tin lmsn'tit tmsaes
tp i idt,sfor theuseature ist Ys CLEI -TALS WXILL RECEIV
intches it diamestter NEWX LOAIATRIOTS TONIHIT.
ThteNecutonians tmettodt pstccstthe
pliate-hld~ser t thti uppr entlTit hi hisniese ssd iisss1etnctstWl e ten saildat
enters s hfore itasnd i isredlected st rcetitstoigtt it51 Chuttrcssteel
once. XWhenst 1 a it~s tec secondtearysblithue Chitnese Studets's cl f tsc
isirror it is refctedastIrgt'angltes uitversty fo the puscsesocof sslclomintg'
to the patic-holder. Xis etensiss -i hs tsc tnisnecu orentass o Isiseccme ts
beetitrosvsed fothtie tlesaopess.making sit Arosr sice ue close f sholnt
a maxitmumn lengths of twentty fe. tther uitesites
The mirroreiss sixices tick, adso s A. Z-PtycptpresiectI of ue chits sait
implortant is the mitror to a reclectisg iesterda,"TecUtiesitssof Micigais
telescopeIth ittin esrder to eimeitate itty is becomingitmotre wieley'adsfavralyt
flexture stxbrass sacer-shsapedlcast- khonssasote Chnese sudeists itis
itigs, icet itsches it damieter are spreaditcsunstrs ndissntsCisatthateser Iefore.
equi-distanutly oer te bch strface. It a steasir this itcreasig iteresinfi
Besides thesndtish ie flexible bronzee Mlicitgasi amiogthie Chitese is elie to
rintg thatriscircesa'tec mirrr, te wule the actisityp of te Cisitese clts i Aisnt
is cared bhsv pstems f twelve leers Abosr sshichrlis sibrastcht of the Chiese-
whichs keepsthe i mirsrott in te sane tpo- Amiericti Stdencit Alince. Tsre are
tion, andsupprtm s it Iequtaly at tll luwsnty-mntne Cinese stdeneits ithie
poinfts. These triers -ct onsly whenthue locl bratchsof tlistsfee'ratiointtAst
mirror is ott ts side To keelte tele- Arosr
scope aimd alt its pars at a constant Tie offices of te local clots are:
temperaturec,s cnstatt temsperatcre AZ.Ps cp presdenett; L. K. Ka, se-
box" if canvuss stffed with ececcsior is ttary; K. . Wt, treasirer; C. C.
provided, atd keeps the temsperatre of F, auditor.
the itsstrumettse ntdegrees esow l thtf -____ -_
the outer air. FINAN'CIAL SECRETARY FOR
The setroscopte is linesisisetiauths Wt)IEN'S LEAGUE IS COSEN.
135 feet of old Germtamn siver iirt
This is coitnected wis resstancc lamps Miss Agnes Parks, 'i, till succeed
relays, aid a mercury coloun to kep I kIlrs. Daim E. Goodwims. who uas utimli
a comnstant temsperatre. This ciitst51wek, Miss Myrtle E. White, as
antce is a tesost- 't, anmd kteps thc ; finamcia secretary of the Woe's
temperatture frostsfive to est degres I League. Miss Frs will ot le ith ~e
Centigracde above tat of tte outsde mtismiersiymext year, ssi wilt travel its
asr. the imterests of the leagte, asd partic-
V~e Itlescope is comtroledmieost ems-uary of the proosed residence 'hals.
tirely by electricity. Six eletrc swmt-___________________
ches, and five hand wheels each wth a tcrrents ramgig fromo to 10 twety
diistt prpose, emasles te mlam at the tousamd volts. Tte insrumsset hlas
istrtin0t to httve cssmpilet cotrlo worked perfectly ad so stable is it,
over it, and evems to move the diomcwtths that its alt probability o wind-shielt
out leaving his place. A. cable carres will be constructed on the dome to pro-
twenty-foutr wires, trough whisch pass teetle tube.

I 01 IlI 0
GOOD HIGHWAYS A NECESSITY

To the presaltentsesscof te bicclr its
thse past, andstheIspioular-irt of ue auto-
ssssbie at the present ttmemtrFmof..
Rid, of the engneering deprtmnt, s-
cribesd the recett assetgrouwig agtationms
fsr bietter roaslsnssthistscomstry, its is
asddressepoms "Goodh RoadstsThursday
afterntoons mstue ssest lcturecroomssof
the physics buildins.
"Thsere are two rasont ssstw e soumld
hae oo rad. nisuspasurme aissd
use otshesris profit" A.goodetrsads is a
matter of snecessry onentis'enrce itheis
age te decared. Mucth iloss IsaSsects
ticured sis the'tnitile States ibecaise
of Isor rs-a~ds Rtssmts of te ives-
ti'tosssbisscsedtctnsuSesreplots sow'ss
thas th isls ts rus itsosth istlons of
sdosllarsIt s oslseaessrst cllsti-
sttssits tie fci t Is tesaveage csst
ont isase roass sis aotstwen1tyssivte cess
Israelsettwhamileoicmstssprovs el ras
iti slw as"gt1ccnts a edustiiosn
sf over styspir cnt (Asstlistsbassis
thse sav'ing titeiiisesstsdualfasrsier canm
he areasilvestssimtd. The b eits Is-
11he aosssssscr sswit1ste1redilttim stsatedt
its lth redctionI teofpric ses
Thet sitaedi sit ed'tcosidtserablest
est"'O te thistry o1 radsttbsuiinsg' ri
th ti e osscsf whsich I htms wross tesint
400 B. C otosshew msseet eiesthsces-
stemepiclsonslis re esesttn i''seus of
roadsss ithue vacintyIo5f Cetaand stin, 5.
aIssndttesiiapolis1 tl a'ivtissirosu s -
ile sems isntdeicistes iusedh isirvig
roas. PrL mof1-Ris sagedh 'sitto str-
tcipas teuin tithe eistaissd tstscroer
auttsstatitheusetilist funssetr
spet w s ie sean a onoesmicalls for isi-
poingerisve facilsessf iteeun-
ty
ALLIGATOR IS IN SCHOOL
Florida Man Brings Pet to Ann
Ardor on Pullman
(Sie livcsalligatr-twso tassdtathalf
feet ong tess years oldt, erigisa aita-
tionsFhlorida, rther ferocieus-somse-
tisisis. This is, ins brief, the desriptioni
of tie latest gift to the ui ersity. uirh
u-ass broucght IsyL. J. Yonsg tll the say
frostsNew Orleans.
The alligator, beefiting 'by Yoeng's
sagacity its evading the ptrters, swas
treated to a ride ii a Pullmsams osshis
josre..Accordinsg o aest reports,
Mr. Aligator is enjcyig the local cli-
mate.
"TO.' WOLVERINE"
WILL FINT A DIRECTORY OF
THIE STUDENT BODY.
THE ISSUES CONTAINING THIS
DIRECTORY WILL BE STRICTLY
RESTRICTED TO SUBSCRIBERS
AND ADVERTISERS. PERSONS
WHOSE NAMES DO NOT AFFEAR
IN THE LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS
OR ADVERTISERS WILL BE RE-
FUSED COIES AT ANY PRICE.
STUDENTS ARE URGED TO SEE
THAT THEIR ADDRESSES AND
TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE
P ROPERLY REGISTERED AT THE
UNIVERSITY OFFICES, AS THEY
XILL BE PRINTED AS THEY AP-
PEAR UNDER THE ROSTERS OF
lTHE UNIVERSITY.
IF YOU WANT THE DIRECT-
ORY SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE.

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opcen frosts9pto s2 aus, and from 2:00law, they are umarkedlysdeficientinsh i eir
to p:0 noP itsslsy, respect for public lasw, was the thesis
- --of President Harry B. Hustchis' it-
LAWS TO CHALLENGE LITS dress on "Respect fr the Law" whirls
'I e delivered before thur studemnto f the
Summer Legal St~tiits Organize a sme eso nUiest alls
Base-balf Tam samrssis t s'vriyVstls
Abouut fifteens summser shool laws, evening. Respect for thurlatw he de-
msemsblers of thur rlasses its torto and fined as obedience t it because it is ate.
cotrsacts, atyr deided to break hot In openng hs ashdress ressdent h-lt-
weashe r mossotonsy sy playing baseal. chinst characterized - thur conception of
F. S. Rosssnthasl started the ball rolling, law, in the popular sese, byiinusat-.,
bsy callinsg' asmeetcing of those interested, ing divisne, natural, msora ass ititerna-
iWashsestay eenuinsgPlans were 0ottiomal lw and dcfining s i thiss
insede ftor a baselltorgsinzuaton, and the promulgated and apl~ttisv sosereius
sista'fternsoeonupracictse ws bens at autorty for the purposs of ptroecting
sossuil:I'errs fild.ls There arc now a the private and pumblc irigltsof i the
fats thinsa of cosmssmsouitlsesest to the people amd regutisng their obligtistos
ssiucli itsaditilonst atios"tortiotss both privae and phslc."ls it thi-h
andu ex 5 at usi 5 vded it suto pubit ad private law
Achalee ssilltsr ssuesdo the its thur former comprising 'wisvtivohsng
it si i m list 'rutwoad thsila tter on to public prtie ss. al thlattr lthat e
tisce i adv stedi studente in uthe i-isvdepart uscimgusasurivate tisuas
ietititCessiisisi te"deitscussiontestoinhIts h-tai
Vandideisslilt osition5a ssssositthe teamt1 us sr isist wsac sia'uIaw asiinehnatsions,
are o~ut fto hiutracietitsytastd stue sif rcsidetuthsshowed1555 it thatruivts
tituoldassists, shotsIofiesug'lasv is eser-itt respca-tedsandiserved
isme itt,, crs"PIet mmict offirers ssill Thur orinary businessssmait sit ais rute
"\ert'"s s"ingstoetI theistaII stltsis ,andsciflac mo gmenios"trttf lareit-
ftr asistiss sidstemolas Vats ssu Muur tt .ststedetsratosucceedh silt drie
Rosensthland tuhproabtttsly sfitee a ssmini-es atainsahis hed iy ilegas
potilonsswsill te assigned.itesuus.
DR ANGELL 1S APPOIhNTEDm SriNISREGARDstiOR ts cuss sc'ss. sw,
TORLPRFSENT AiCI, AN Is the geeral lack of respect far
hiss because it is law, its the very gener-
A liaeuort froitsLanssingstats thalt italedisositissn ts eade thurlass, if pos--
tCsu t.atOsbrnshas usamsiti Fmesidetnt I idr-si smiscwhenver it istrferes uih per-
is JamsesB. Asscl 'ias teV-ia higuansosutalesirestr uwiti uhat las beets
represestaive to lthesfirtssUnrsa R ace sismetimues casled the persoal utery of
Cosut"ress t itthltist 1LslondonJul5 '9-thelistizhsen, its thissep geera ack of
I31. This congress is a meusrettg of reissieps- t hs sfresesto s as
' eetaiahmosf sit the conusoussmtlthist tushitsthe ery genera uwiiigness to
of the wortl for Ite promotions of iter- aidlptresonttlty islteir eforesmtits
rasciasl respet and amity.It s the first1 thes thuns" Isaysipare dager a
assemssltp' of its kndh 'suc is expueted to trcmendusssproportions"s
sits ssuchs its briging"ahotssuuul apeac As tindicaive of tlis tndcssrsy Press-
andrtfrienudshsumipetweens the ommtres dstu sthnstscitedorisarked syns
of thur sorld.h II huesc otestu st as ilth usr antlidcyestvtoward cimnals
Dr. A'Xngels ssaiittefrftsEurope. "'t 1 mstasihstsestimisutait for thur
FP FSSt)R CURTISS 'I hTI 5 rimisnaad the tdisotsitiot to sabs.
OAN "SPECTRUM OF F 1 Y R AXi.~uof bustm pulict tharater usd a hero so
_______frequety-et withit sit grads of so
Pr-ofessor RaphII14Ciiitiss asi luat -csmsshindcte as wantsl ofaplreitiot for
direct'cf the iiittuerstsobservatrythe law ass ass isruentaliy for the
has jutst finshsetd a patier oulthute spec- punshmsensrst of crine ad a lack of sym-
tesuss of B L rue e ussr the msost im-Psthy uwith its strict eforcemsets'."
portanut of the variahbl stars Ththpaper Othessmaifestaions of this codiions
uiV appear s oust of the pulaiutiss are the great sumaser of lymschisgs and
of the Univsersity of Pt: ovr, andtus thahpareut easions of the lau'Eby the
thur result of a carful study of oser ria ninfutetia
sixty plates muade by Prof. Curtiss whie "u tth number of criniuals as con-
at the Alegheny observatory. The pap- pred wills our total ppuation, you
er swill appear within a week. sa, s sitsal; the numer ho iatempt
______-'___ ___ to influice itsass improper way the ad-
vssusosiA sTUDENTS etissBaTeriURTH. uiistratiosn of the cimial las iscer-
Dusrimng the past four yars the sumt- tainly limited; those who would usirp
iser school studemnts of the University by violence te functions of our reg-
of Virginia have been in the habit of uarly constituted tribusals,. are issig-
hlsding a large celebration on the nificantly few, wshen the toal popula-
Fourth of July. The features introduced ion oil state or nation is considered. Do
this year were unusually clever, the pro- you make out a case of general lack of
gram beisig divided into three parts, respect for the law by the citisg of
'the Making o1 the Nation," "Ele His- such instances, you ask? Not estirey,
'ory of the Nation," and "the Nation but such instances certainly forms ass
Today." The last number of the first important part' of the case. The isere
tableau represented the negroes, "the fact that such things are allowed o
nation 'without a flag," during which a take place indicaes an indifferesnce to
quartette sang the popular negro melo- conditions by the people generally that
dies. Tbis was one of I-e cleverest really amounts to a disregard f or the
features on the program and was re- 'law.

peatedly encored.i

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