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NAYDEN REYIEWS PART

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Council in the President's ofies
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
mate will be on Monday, March'
irectors of the Michigan Union,-
iversity Extension Lectures.
an, Bogle, and Van Zwaluwen-
J. L. MARKLEY,
Secretary. .

meeting of the Forum in Natural Science Auditorium,
rch 13, at 7:30, to discuss "Proposals for a College Con-
ther matters that may be brought up. All members' of
ructor's rank and up, are urged to be present.
RAY K. IMMEL, Secretary.'
he Theory of Football will be given on Monday after-
ock, instead of on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons of
F. H. YOST, Director.
an research Club:
ting of the Research Club will be held Wednesday eve-
8, in the Histological- Laboratory (council meeting at
consists of papers by Professor C. O. Sauer, "A Study
: the Cut-Over Lands of Michigan", and by Professor
Theory of the Multiple Effect Evaporator".
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary,
historic Archaeolog7:
, of 5000 and 2000 francs, respectively, are available for
.n the American School in France of Prehistoric .Stud-
ay be made to Charles Peabody, Peabody Museum,
Cambridge, Mass. Those interested are advised to
W. Kelsey,
F. E. ROBBINS.
ting of Tuesday, March 14, is postponed for one week.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary."

PROBLEM I ENLAND
(Continued from Page One)
to make any announcement concern-:
ing party policy. This meant two
things: irst, Mr. Lloyd George's con.]
trol of the Coalition and of parliament'
was seriously threatened; and, sec-
ond, it signified that Austen Chamber-
lain was no longer the leader of the
Conservatives.
Lloyd George Threatens
Lloyd George announced that .un-
less the Conservatives would sup-
port him, he would resign at once.
Then Lord Birkenhead, Lord High
Chancellor, said that he thought it was
time for the captain to stay on the
bridge and run the shil without the
advice of the cabin-boy. Sir George
Younger was the "cabin-boy" refer-
red to, and he meant that it was not
the duty of the chief agent of the
Coalition party to act over the head
of Mr. Chamberlain, the party leader.
Then. Mr. Chamberlain made a
speech at Oxford in which he pledged
the support of the Coalition by the
Conservatives. .But he only spoke for
the cabinet, as it was clear that there
was discord and division in the ranks
of the Conservatives.I
On March 5, last Sunday,'Lord Birkk-
enhead entertained a .group of Con-
servative leaders at a dinner. There
the Conservatives decided to unite And
continue to support the Lloyd George
ministry. This ended the present cris-
is. The foreign situation, and the fact
that the Genoa Conference has al-
ready been postponed twice, were the
circumstances which caused the par-
ty leaders to agree. They apparent-
ly realize that Mr. Lloyd George's
services in the reorganization of Eu
ropean affairs is invaluable and that
it would be difficult to find a man to
fill his place. This is the history o
the present crisis, but it is evident
that the matter is only temporarily
helm?
Party Realignment Predicted
In 1923 it will be necessary to hold
a general election, as the present gov-
ernment will legally terminaterat that
time. .In the opinon of Professor
Hayden, there will be a realignment
of political parties, possibly among
the progressives in the Conservative
ranks, the Coalition Liberals, and pos-
sibly the Labor party and the Free
Liberals. The' party policy would
probably be to advocate the program
of the Labor party, minus its social-
ism.
The reason why this new orgai-
'zaton is necessary is that Mr. As-
quith and Lord Grey will not accept
Mr. Lloyd George, and they are in
control of the Liberal party machin-
ery. There are but three possible so-
lutions to the problem, if Mr. Lloyd
George is to remain in power. after
the next election. The Coalition must
be continued, Mr. Lloyd George must
Jurn Conservative, or he must form
a new political party. It. seems un-
likely that the Coalition will continue
'and less likely that the new party
would be able- to secure enough seats
to control the house of comomns in
the next general election.
"The situation is more complicated
than it has been at any time since the
beginning of cabinet government,"
said AProf, Hayden in conclusion. Is
it possible that some new leader,
such as Sir Robert Cecil, will take the
helm?
ITH7E DAILY
Students wishing to try out as copy
writers on The Daily business staff
should see A. J. Parker between 10
and 12 o'cldck .in The Daily business
office.

Chicago, March 11.--Wsconsin's
basketball quintet def. ted the
Chicago court five 31 to 24 in a
Big Ten contest here tonight. The
result of this game places WYscon.
sin and Michigan in a tie for .
oud place In the Conference n
a1 standing, the Wolverines hav
ing held the position of runner.
up until Wisconsin's victory last
night.
TWO CHAPTERS OF PHI SIGMA
TO MEET MARCH 14 AT LANSING
Beta and Theta chapters of Phi
Sigma, national honorary biological
society, will hold a joint 'meeting
Tuesday, March 14, at Lansing. Four
members of the Beta chapter will
speak on this occasion.
R. C. Hussey, of the paleontological
department and president of the Beta
chapter of Phi Sigma, will speak on,
"Recent Discoveries Concerning the
Evolution of Man." A. I. Ortenburg-
er, of the zoology department, and
secretary of the organization, will
speak on "Snakes of Michigan and of
the United States." J. H. Muyskens,
of the French department, on the
"Contribution of the Science of Pala-
tography to the Study of Language,"
and D. V. 'Baxter on "The Relationship
of Ribes to the White Pine in the
West."
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I PROMCHAIRMAN ENUMERATES
REASONS FOR PRESENT PLANS
(Continued from Page One)
class J-Hop that the Prom committee is
il. employing now. It is the method rec-
Lane ommended by the men who have man-
aged two affairs for the class of '23; it
ussed has the commendation of the Dean of
h of Students.
e. In the above I have not made a full
ks at account of the reasons why the Prom
will not be given in the gymnasium,
k Un nor pointed out all the advantages of
Un- our method of distributing tickets. But
this should give the idea, to the writ-
esby- er of Saturday's communication and
those who agreed with him, that the
work of this: committee is being car-
etrot ried on carefully and conscientiously,
eting and that because the party is to be
undo- given in the Union ballroom, it does
not follow that we have not consid-
sp ered the gymnasium, that because all
Mss-a those who applied for tickets did not
Mess- receive them, that the "deal is.crook-
stian ed," or the distribution unfair.
JOHN P. BERNARD, '24,
Chairman of Prom Comiittee.
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road building program for 1922, ac-
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way department. The avenue will be
ent. paved as far as Ypsilanti with a 20
., foot concrete road, and it is hoped the
an. work will be completed by the time
school ropens in the fall.
Approximately $15,000,000 is re-
quired on the road building budget to
build and improve more than 237
miles of state road. Eighty miles of
this improvement will be in the
* fourth district, which comprises the
h *counties of Wayne, Washtenaw and
urn those adjoining.
ex-
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the Prof. Guy M. Whipple, of the School
uis, of Education, is making an inspection
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