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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1921.

Number 911

'ents' Meeting:
The meeting of the Regents originally set for February 4 has been post-
ed to Feb. 11, at 9:30 a. m. S. W. SMITH, Secretary.
rary College Freshmen and Others Taking Courses Arranged by the
Classification Committee:
I shall be in ;y office, 107 Tappan Hall, for consultation Friday, Feb. 4,
veen 3 and 4 p. m. During the examination period I "shall be at the
istrar's office, Univetsity Hall, for determining programs of newly en-
ng students and for consultation on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 17 and
at the same hours. Students who are already enrolled in classes, how-
, must consult the Committee on Freshman Classification concerning
voidable changes of program at the times announced, 3 to 5 p. in.,
.rsday and Friday, Feb. 24 and.25. At the latter meetings the Elections
amittee will also be represented.
FRANK E. ROBBINS,
Chairman Committee on Freshman Classification.
lege of Engineering:
All students must finish Classification for Second Semester, Friday and
urday, Feb. 18, 19.

ULU I UIRLT WINI flUU "It might be a good plan to rein-
quish the European war debt grad-
ually over a period of, say, 10 years.
(Continued from Page One) By this arrangement it would be pos-1
but it must again be kept in mind that sible to let Europe get upon its feet,
payment can come only by means of economically speaking. Such a course
would also give this cutyacm
exports toa this contry That means ol lgv hs country a com-
uty. manding position in the settlement of
competition with the native mane- various European questions. The
facturer. presence of a huge war-loan to be
"However, this burden of obligation paid would be a most convincing argu-
on the part of Great Britain furnishes ment in future discussions of ques-
tions concerning the American peo-
a powerful lever which may be used'pLs.cAncernteimerEcanpeos
pies. At the present time Europe is,
in the settling of European differences. hysterical over Nationalism. What
At present, disarmament is the mat- we want is common-sense and dis-
ter occupying publid attention in Eu- armament. Anyone interested in
rope. Would it not be a tremendous- present European conditions should
ly powerful suggestion for the Unit- read the article by Lowes Dickenson,J
ed States to say to England: 'Here, 'S. O. S. Europe to America' in the
you owe'us more than fhur billions February number of the Atlantic
of dollars. If you will cut down your 1Monthly.
navy so much we will do the same. "As to the payment of Germany's
An furthermore, as evidence of our indemnity, even a brief consideration
good faith, we will cancel half of of the facts will make it clear that
your debt to us. In other words, you Germany cannot, and will not, pay
are not only saving the money you: any such burden of taxation. The
would otherwise spend in building German people cannot rehabilitate
these fabulous and useless instru- Germany and rehabilitate France atj
ments of war but are at the same time.
time decreasing your indebtedness to'
the United States by half.' If Great C"n o o HereoImtrood
Britain and the United States agree In our own country it looks as
on a reduction of naval armaments though the crisis were past. Banking;
there need be nothing to fear from conditions are better, credit is improv-
other nations as England and America ed and there has been a revival of
could more than take care of any orders. The efficiency of labor has
trouble fomented by other countries. I also greatly improved, always a good
As to Japan, the statements of a few sign. Within the past two or three
hot-heads and misinformed Jingoes years savings deposits have increas-
are utterly misleading. Japan could ed almost three-fold.
not make war upon the United States "There will be no deflation in the
if she wished to, and there are no sense in which it is commonly under-
facts which would lead us to believe stood. Deflation, as understood by
that she has ever considered such a most people, means restricted credit.
course. As * regards naval arma- I This cannot be. Bankers make their

money by loaning money and the de-
crease in loans must necessarily be
small.
"The depression will end when
normal prices are reached. Normal
prices are those which equal the cost
of production with labor working at
a normal rate of efficiency plus a nor-
mal profit.
"Present indications are that the
period of greatest depression is past
and that good times are near."
NORWORTH IS SOLE STAR IN
PLAY, "MY LADY FRIENDS"

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Blair, Ohio . ..........8
Ceasar, Wis........ 8
Reitsch, Ill............7
Hellstrom, Ill. ....... 7
Thomas, Ind. ....:.... 7
Frohwein, Iowa.......6
Eversman, Purdue .... 6
Saunders, Nwn. ....... 5
Iolwerda, Purdue ... 6
Williams, Mich. ...... 6
Vail, Ill.............3
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Washington's Birthday, Feb; 22, Vacation for one day only. For
,es before and after this date, doctor's certificates are required.
ctors will report all absences Feb. 21 and 23.
Students must be present to begin semester on Monday, Feb. 21.
W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean.

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e FINAL EXAMINATION, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 1921,
in ECONOMICS I Are Assigned as Follows:
Room B, Law Building
Mr. Benner's Sections.
Mr. Clark's Sections.
Mr. Ellis's Sections.
Mr. Chamberlin's Sections.
Mr. Adams' Section.

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(Continued from Page One) Kearney, Minn. .......5 0 10
manner. It must be admitted, how- Lohman, Iowa........5 01 10
ever, that to one who has always seen Rea, Mich. ............5 0 10
and liked Jack Norworth in musical McGuire, Chi. .........4 0 8
comedy, his attempt at farce was a Workman, Ohio ......4 0 8
bit disappointing. Greenspun, Ohio.......4 0 8
Everett Butterfield, who as the foil Masters, Purdue ......4 0 8
for Norworth's wit was Edward Ear- Weiss, Mich........... 3 1 7
ly, a struggling lawyer, could have Leverenz, Purdue..... 3 0 6
done better. Jessie Nagle, as his
wife, Lucille Early, proved much bet- EIGHTEEN EVENTS FEATURE
ter in the third act where for some SWIM EXHIBITION
moments she displayed good talent in
emotional acting. (Continued from Page Three)
Betty Kent, carrying the ingenue to equal or lower existing national
role of Eva Jones, the niece of Ed- .Z. M. C. A. retards. -F eaturing these
ward Early, was exceedingly good to e.e.ts A. reo rd these
look upon. Her naive stage presence stroke in which Hyde and Hanson will
was refreshing and her personality endeavor to swim the distance in time
charming. superior to the present mark of
The other members of the cast play- 119:2, and again in the 220 yard
ed their parts with more or less
event some- fast work will be seen.
varying degrees of success. Hubbard, Randall, and Nixon will aim
at the time of 2:54 in this distance.
Pacfic Trade Routes to Be Discussed The limited capacity of the pool
Washington, Feb. 2. - Hearings makes it possible to admit only
will be held by the shipping board women.
Feb. 21 to discuss with representa-
tives of the Pacific coast ports the es- Try Daily advertising and watch
tablishment of trade routes and the your business grow.--Adv.
location of vessels for these routes
from Pacific coast ports to ports in Increase your basiness by advertis-
the Orient. ing in The Michigan Daily.--Adv.

Room,101, Economics Building
Mr. Seltzer's Sections.
Mr. Nutter's Sections.
Natural Science Auditorium
Mr. Walker's Section.
Mr. Thorp's Sections.
h Mr. Berger's Sections.
Lecture Room, 2nd Floor, Memorial Hall
Mr. Fleck's Sections.
Mr. Hanselman's Sections.
Mr. Cahow's Sections.
West Lecture Room, Physics Building
Mr. May's Sections.
Mr. Ross' Section.
Mr. Taggart's Section.
F. M, TAYLOR.

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ical Lecture:
)r. Zay Jeffries, chief of research for the Cleveland division of the
inum Company of America, will speak on "Atoms and Metals" at 8
k this evening in room 165 of the chemistry building, under the
ces of Phi Lambda Upsilon. Public invited.
E. 0. SCOTT, Vice-President.
rsity Club:
he next'entertainment of the University club will be given at 8 o'clock
iday night, Feb. 4. Open to members and invited guests.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
-Barrister luncheon at Union.
-All junior girls who tried out
for the class play meet, Sarah
well Angell hall.
-"Science and Prayer," theme at
Upper Room, Lane hall.
-Mu Alpha society meets in room
Union.
-Freshman band rehearsal, Uni-
sity Hall.
- Lieutenant-commander Broad-
d speaks to naval reserve offic-
Union.
-Freshman Glee club rehearsal,
on. Members please bring song
ks.
-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
Union.
-Prof. Walter F. Colby lectures
"The Relativity Theory of Grav-
on and Its Consequences," Na-
il Science auditorium.
-Michigan informal swimming
n exhibition, Y. M. C. A.
-Phi Sigma meets in room 231;
ural Science building.
-Alpha Kappa Psi meets, Union.
-Goodfellowship meeting, Harris'
- Lieutenant-commander Broad.
I speaks to general meeting of
al reserves, Union.{
-Christian Science society meets1
sane hall auditorium.
-Dr. Zay Jeffries, of the Alum.
n Company of America, speaks+
'Atoms and Metals" in room 165,
mistry building.1
FRIDAY
Professor Crane speaks on "Tlket
gue of Nations" in room 206.1

8:00-Polonia Literary circle meets,
Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
All members of the Scroll who wish
tickets for the winter term party
should communicate with J. A.
Starr, 2663-J, before Feb. 21.
Tryouts for the French play to be giv-
en next April will be held from
4 to 6 o'clock Thursday and
Friday afternoons of this week
in the Cercle Francais rooms, south
wing. Every student of French in
the University who is interested is
asked to appear.
Members of the Richard N. Hall post
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
may obtain tickets for the post
dance to be given Saturday evening,
Feb. 26, from Ben Burbridge, 802
Monroe street any. time this week.
BOOK DEDICATED
TO UNIVERSITY
"Abraham Lincoln and New Consti-
tutional Government" is the title of
a book dedicated to the University by
Bartow A. Ulrich, '64L, prominent
member of the Press club of Chicago.
Referring to his alma mater in the
dedicatory announcement he says:
"To her I owe the unalloyed inspira-
tion -of loyalty and devotion to the
land of my birth, the United States of
America, the brightest star in the
constellation of nations, where ra-
tional, -enlightened and Christian lib-
erty controls.
"I wish that all native-born sons
of foreigners, as well as sons of citi-
zens, and those from abroad making
this their home, could have the sane
spirit of intelligent patriotism instill-
ed into their minds by studying in
this, or some other, institution of
learning in the United States of
America."
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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