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April 30, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY
- Comedy club
reen Stockings"
[1.
-MeetIng of fresh
y hall.
- Michlgan-Ypsi
rry field.

rehearsal for
in University
lits in Univer-
baseball game,

-Sophomorerengineers baseball
,active at Ferry field.
--Varsity band practice at Uni.
rsity School of Music.
-Aero club meeting at Union.
-New England club meting in
M. C. A. red room.,

TOMORROW
-Meeting of the Mimes

at theI

0-Mandolin'club rehearsal at Lane
fall.
0-Varsity Glee club rehearses in
ssembly room of the Union. Every
aember must attend.

ORLANDO NOT TO RETURN TO
PARIS FOR TREATY-SIGNING
(Continued from Page One)
throughout the world at about the
same time the treaty is delivered to
the Germans.
Paris, April 29.-Itn has been vir-
tually decided that the first meeting
of the League of Nations shall be held
in Washington next October. Plans
are being formulated for the holding
of this meeting, the initial gathering,
in the East room of the White House
under the 'presidency o President Wil-
son.
Paris, April 29. - The salary of Sir
Eric Drummond, as secretary of the
League of Nations, is to be $25,000
yearly with a similar amount for the
expenses of the office, including the
clerical staff, according to the repre-
sentative of Reuters Limited in Paris.
Paris, April 29. - The Kiao Chau
question was under discussion at the
session of the council of three and it is
understood that no decision was
reached. The Japanese claims also
were presented at today's meeting.
SENIOR SWING-OUT DANCE
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2
All senior classes have been invited
by the senior lits to attend the Swing-
out dance at 2:30 o'clock Saturday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium. Re-,
freshments, special features during in-
termissions, and a four piece orchestra
are on the schedule. Men are re-
quested not to bring women. The price
of admission is 25 cents and caps and
gowns must be worn when entering.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.

U-NOTICES a
"Y" cabinet meeting will be
hursday evening at 7 o'clock
ead of Wednesday evening

held
in-
this

ral Union ushers report for the
ddie Rickenbacker lecture at 7
clock.
Soldiers Cause 10,000 Mark Fine
refeld, Germany, April 29.-Belgian
itary authorities in this part of oc-
Led Germany recently fined the Ger-
i manager of a Krefeld department
e 10,000 marks for selling to Ger-
i civilians a set of tin soldiers in
man "field gray" uniforms over-
rering toy soldiers representing
>ps of the Allies.

CONDITIONS IN RUSSIA
CAUSED BY ILLITERACY:
(Continued from Page One);
000 people of the white race. It is a1
comparatively pure race, 80 per cent
Slavic, and all its virtues and all its
evils are accentuated by this fact. Like
children, the Russian people are
straightforward, simple, honest. They
have a great desire or knowledge. If
we love children, we must love the
Russian people.
German Control Feared
"A fact only too little appreciated,
the Germans are seeking to exploit
Russia. If we still sleep, the Hun will.
secure the commercial control of the
world through making Russia a cat's
paw for its own ends.
"We must go to the Russians per-
sonally. We must aid them economi-
cally, we must set them the example
so that through us they will learn; we
must bring release to the dormant
wheels of industry."
STUDENTS DESIRING COMBINED
COURSE MUST FILE PETITION
All students who desire to enter up-
on any combined curriculum next fall
must file with Registrar Arthur G.
Hall, before May 15, upon a blank to
be obtained from hm, a petition to be
granted that privilege. These blanks
are now available at the registrar's
office.
This applies to juniors who contem-
plate entering, at their next semester,
a combined curriculum which makes it
necessary to be enrolled in the liter-
ary college as well as in the profes-
sional school. This privilege is open
only to students who are working for
two degrees, and providing that
throughout their courses they main-
tain a uniform record of good scholar-
ship.
INCORRECT DATA CAUSE OF
ERROR IN SUNDAY'S DAILY
Due to relying upon data obtained
from a supposedly authentic source, it
was stated in the issue of Sunday's
Daily that three members of the facul-
ty of Columbia university, Profs. Scott
Nearing, Charles A. Beard, and Mr.
Dana, were dropped from the Colum-
bia teaching staff.
Professor Nearing was dismissed
from the University of Pennsylvania
on account of an infringement of
teaching in economics in that univer-
sity.
It was Prof. J. McKeen Cattell and
Mr. Dana who were dismissed from
Columbia. Professor Beard resigned as
a protest against the injustice done
his colleagues.
The Students patronize The Daily
advertiser.-Adv.

British Import Embargo Modified
Washington, April 29. -- The War
Trade Board announces for the in-
formation of American exporters that
it had been informed of a modifica-
tion in the British import embargo per-
mitting the importation of automobiles
and other motor vehicles on a pro rata
basis of 50 per cent of the rate of im-
port previous to Sept. 1.
Typewriters and office supplies; ren-
tals and repairs. G. E.Washington,
89 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Build-
ing.-Adv.
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