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THE _MICHIGAN DAILY''_____

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TAKE NOTICE!
It is not the initial expenditure of your tuition that you
should consider alone.
Remember the superior system we use, the perfection
with which it carries in actual practice.
Again think of the completeness of this institution.
We have every convenience known to 'modern dance mas-
ters.
Notice the posture, decorum and grace of a Halsey student.
COMPARE!
This school with any in the State of MICHIGAN.
We made good in a day. There is a reason.
These are the things that constitute the value you receive
at the HALSEY DANCE STUDIOS.
Start with HA LSEY and have no regrets
OVERTH ARCADE

IE-EAOR LEWNIS' REGENT SPEECH CRITICISED
CHIINESE STUDENT REFUTES PROPHECY OF JAPANESE ALLIANCE;
GRADUATE STUDENT CHARGES LEWIS WITH JINGOISM IN HIS
ORATORY.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:- Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Ex-Senator Lewis spoke last Friday With all the sublimity of a Roman
evening expressing his opinion that senator hurling anathemas against
there will be an alliance between dreaded Carthage, ex-Senator Lewis
China and Japan against U. S. on the
immigration question. I think the ex- set forth in his lecture Friday night
senator's speculation in this respect is the dangers that faced the American
an unfounded pessimism resulting nation in her relation with her former
from a lack of the inside view of the allies (or "associates," as he thinks
heart of the Chinese people. the more proper term), in general and
Even putting aside the pertinent Japan in particular.
consideration that the Chinese people
are not ungrateful and will never trash Those Michigan students who are
the firmly established friendship be- not carried away by the eloquence of
tween China and U. S., and the con- a spread-eagle orator of the old school
sideration that when China's enormous of American politicians cannot but
natural resources be fully developed, feel a great deal of resentment toward
there might be no surplusage of her the venerable ex-senator's remarks.
laborers to emigrate to any other His speech is a slam against our
country at all, I venture to give the Oriental students, some of whom, at
following reasons to prove that ex- least, represent a nation, whose friend-
senator's attitude of distrust towards liness toward the American people, is
China is unfounded. beyond question; it is also a slam
First, we Chinese sincerely believe against those of us who are of Anglo-
that an independent. state has the na- Saxon descent and who believe in the
tural right and territorial sovereignty principles of human freedom and pro-
to refuse or to permit any foreigners gress as typified by the great English-
to be or not to be her citizens. Other- speaking democracies. That our rela-
wise she will soon lose her independ- tions with England and Japan are
ency. Second, conceding the argument somewhat strained at the present time,
that the international obligations are there cannot be the least doubt. But
not necessarily determined by the legal do the ex-senator's words tend to allay
right and the moral obligation plays a this growing feeling of distrust? Do
considerable part, we Chinese believe they not rather add to the flames of a
that a country, which can} not take care I nation's hatred which, in many cases,
of her own overgrowing population would burn itself out harmlessly, if
has a paramount duty to herself, if not let alone?
to the world, to try to restrain herself The most militaristic jingo in Japan
from so over populated and not to im- cannot do more to cause bitter feeling

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pose upon her good neighbor an extra1
burden to take care of what she can1
not do for herself and perhaps what"
she has never tried.c
F. C. LIU, '21L.

between the two countries.. Even the
Heart papers in America and the Sat-
urday Review in England have nothing
on ex-Senator Lewis.
C. P. HICKMAN, Grad.

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1921 Spring Price

TINKER & COMPANY

S. State St. at William St.
All of our stock has been reduced
to meet the new scale of prices

Canadian Club Organized
With more than 40 men as charter
I members, the Canadian club of the
University of Michigan came into ex-
istence Thursday evening at an organ-
ization meeting held in the Union. This
society, composed of men from the
land of the Maple Leaf, is the most re-
cently formed society on the campus.
W. R. Laurie, '22L, was chosen presi-
dent of the new club at its initial meet-
ing.

R. 0. T. C. Moves Office
The Military Science and Tactics de-
partment of the University is moving
their offices from the new engineering
building to the one-story temporary
structure between the engineering
building and the medical building.
Major Robert Arthur, however, will re-
tain his office in room 239 Engineering
building, until the beginning of the
next semester.

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