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IN LEAGUE DECISION
JRLE OF "EQUALITY OF

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Mlerl RACES" CLAUSE CAUSES
CONSTERNATION
Impulse(By Associated Press)
Tokic, June 3.-Failure of the Jap-
anese delegates to secure the intro-uto f a eult f rcs
clause in the League of Nations coven-
SE ant caused deep disappointment
UD throughout the Japanese nation and
has led to a serious self-examination
o; 8:30 on the part of the Japense people.
iRea., 23x6-M The disappoinment was all the spore
in "The Red bitter because at first a dispatch came
"Expert Elop- from Paris announcing the adoption
30c. (Shows at
of the racial clause.
yn t"The H!
ristiCoey Japanese who frankly discussed the
ekly. problem said they could not under-
Lckte's Redemp-
Ay, "Humbugs stand on what standard Japan was
judged to be a first class power. If
it were merely because Japan was
strong in a naval and military sense,
this was not flattering to the Japan-
EATRE ese amour-propre, who mould much
30, 10:00 rather have it based on standards of
BROCKWELL civilization, capacity and culture. Yet
with a Lloyd small countries like Holland and Bel-
atoods"Earth's gium, they said are placed on a foot-
lug equal with the United States,
2E in "Whe
L-Ko Comedy, France and England.
.urrent Events. "We are keenly disappointed,", wrote
in "The Love the editor of one paper. "It is as if
dy..we had tumbled' from a' very high
n "TAXI" precipice. We must look Into our
hearts, examine ourselves rigidly and
___________see why we are not permitted to "Join
the other nations of the world on a
footing of real equality.V
EATRE The Osake Mainichi said: " The
30, 10:00 adoption of the American amendment
3GRIFFITH in for the Monroe Doctrine and the fail-
ty" and "The ure of the racial amendment affords
a most glaring contrast as between a
h a News"- and great success for the United States
and a great failure for Japan."
[in "Battling The Tokio Asahi says : "Part of the
s and Comedy. blame should be placed" at the. door
- of European and American statesmen
RIDE" whose political conscience has been
so besotted that they do not under-
stand or respect the principle of jns-
,K Mt.2-e tice and humanity except when it is
"e~a475c politically used to their advantages."
lie CO. Use the Darcy to reach the students.
NO" Tour tbhousantt staiets read -it evwy

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'- TODAY --
Majestlc--Lna, Cavaliera in "A
Woman of Impulse."
Arcae-Alla Nasilova in ,"The
Red Lantern."
Warth- Gladys Brockwell.in
"The Divorce Trap."'
Orpheum - Corinne Grifith in
"The Unknown Quantity."
Shgbrt~Grriti, Detroit-Jessie
Bonstelle company in "Yes or
AT THE ARCADE
"The Red Lantern," featuring the
great Nazimova will be shown at the
Arcade the last times today. There
are few pictures as pictorially beauti-
ful and striking, and that offer so
great a wealth of. lighting and color-
ing' and variety of scene as "The Red
Lantern!"
The festival of! the Red Lantern
with its' crowds of people and scenic
effeets is .impressive. Madame Na-
1movAasating, of the two different
roles, the Eurasian girl and the FEg-
lista girl, is effective and skillful.
Eniengg News
Notice to Camp Davis men-A list
has been posted in the instrument
room : o the surveying department of
the different routes by hich -Camp
DAVIS can Abe reached. All men are
urged' to sign up ifor the route which''
they intend. to take at once.
Subscriptions to the lack Fly, the
Camp Davis paer, can be obtained
from R. R. Taylor.
Cards'to clear up eamination cn
filets may ber filled out in the secre-
tary's office
1EETtN6F OE OPERA ii VSIO
WRITERS CALLED AT UION
All prospective writers for neit
year's opera are askd :to meet at 8
o'clock Thrsday in the new nion.
Those who id it Impossible toattend
call Win. A. Leitingr, phone 343, for
information' on meeting.

1080BGralFRUNIVERSITY ORATORS I

ALPHA NU-IADEIfl'HI FRESHM.AN
DEBATE LAST EVENT OF
SEASON
Marked by a year that was signal for
the scarcity of debates and, oratorical
work, due to the ravages of the S. A.
T. 0. In the world of campus organi-
zations, the oratorical year came to a
close with the Alpha Nx-Adelphi fresh-
man debate last Saturday night. ?bat
Michigan did not' fall too far bjlnd
other universities in this brans a;
campus activities is unquestionable,
sincee Alice M. Hoelzle, 119, proved by
winning second honors in the North-
ern oratorical league contest May, t
that the University could maintain its
own in spite of many adverse condi-
tions.
Freshmen Talented
The freshman debate as usual' prov-
ed the talent lying latent on the
campus and which bids fair to win
honors for Michigan in future" lnter-
collegiate oratorical work. The fact.
that Alpha Nu lost this year, thus
breaking their string of two previous
victories, insures a'debate'of this na-
ture for two more years at least
The University' oratorical contest,
the only campus public speaking event.
of the year save the freshman de-
tote, demonstrated the ability of Miss
Hoelsle which insured her later suc-
cess at Evanston, Ill. Spirit 'ran as
high this year as formerly.
Assodation Has Busy Year,
The University oratorical asscia-
tion brought a number of important'
speakers to Ann Arbor whose ad-
dresses created the customary inter-
est. Prominent among these were
John Oalsworthy, the -Fjnglish au-
thor, and, Mme. Catherine Breshkov-
sky, the Russian speaker.,_During' the
year the organizatton of the, oratori-
cal association was changed, a. new
constitution being adopted and new
committees created.
League a Beneft
In the final debate of the Michi-
gazi high school debating league held
here the evening of May 30, opportu-
nity was given for an observation of
future University debatig material.
The league has done much to benefit
Michigan In the oratorical line and, the
talent displayed in this year's 11Wna -
bate justified the statement that the
league serves as a feeder of good Ora-
torical ability into the University.
With the newly reorganized orator
teal association and the abundance of
under-class talent on the campus, the
prospect is oratory and debating for
next year looks unusually bright.
Ambulance Man Baek. from War
0. M. Rathert, ex-'19A,' has returned
to Ann Arbor to continue his study of
architecture. Rathert has been abroad
nearly two years, having been a volun-
teer in the. Army Ambulance Service.

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