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I;. 0. T. C. NOW ENROLLING -
MEN FOR NEXT SEMESTER
Enrollment. in the R. 0. T. C. may
now be made for next semester at
the R. O. T. C. headquarters, directly
behind the pharmacology building,
Major Robert Arthur, head of the
unit, announced yesterday. There are
already 440 members of the unit and
where is room for as many more as
may desire to sign up.
Electrical engineers are eligible to
the signal corps, chemical engineers
to the ordnance corps, and all engin-
eers are eligible to the coast artil-
lery. Men of any department except
engineers are eligible to the infantry.
By special perm.ission from Major
Arthur, men may enlist in any corps
or department they desire. Enroll-
ment will continue until the opening
of the semester.
Burton to Speak at Flint Today
President Marion L. Burton will go
to Flint today, where he will address
the Flint Chamber of Commerce at a
luncheon, and the Flint alumni in the
evening.
RAE
TODAY - WEDNESDAY
Marion Davies in
"BURIED TREASURE"
"It's a Paramount"
Also Christy Comedy
"THE RECKLESS SEX"
This "AD" with 15c will admit you
THURSDAY - DOUG McLEAN in
"THE HOME STRETCH"
Soon - "The Sheik"
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LEAGUE SETTLESWRDPOLM

Admirers Praise Work Accomplished
in Two Years of Existence;
Nations Meet.
16TH ASSEMBLY OF COUNCIL
TO BE HELD TODAY AT GENEVA
New York, Jan.. 9-The League of
Nations will be two years old tomor-
row.
On this anniversary, the claim is set
forth by its admirers 'that .he
League has "demonstrated thatna
tions can cooperate without losing
their sovereignty, without using force
and with mutual advantage to all."
The day also is important from a
League point of view because the 16th
annual meeting of the Council of the
League will be held tomorrow at
Geneva. The Council is composed of
representatives of Great Britain,
France, Italy, Japan, Belgium, Brazil,
Spain and China.
Establishes New Law
It will .consider the protest of the
government of Lithuania concerning
the elections organized to determine
whether the Vilna territory shall be
Polish or Lithuanian, the methods de-
vised for the division of Upper Si-
lesia, between Poland and Germany,
and questions affecting mandates over
backward peoples.
"The League has built up a flexible
structure for international cooper-
ation," says an estimate of its accom-
plishments issued today by the League
of Nations News Bureau. 'It has
solved several serious conflicts be-
tween nations and established the
machinery for solving others that
may arise. It has begun the creation
of a new kind of international law-;
has advanced certain highly humani-
tarian projects and has provided a
broad forum for international confer-
ence whether on general or technical
questions.",
Aims, to Pre-vent War
Creation of the Permanent Court of
International Justice is referred to in
this statement 'as the "greatest
single triumph" of the. League. De-
claring that the League's first task
is to prevent war, the statement
adds: "Already five disputes threat-
ening world peace have been brought
before it. Three have been settled
finally and twoare in negotiation.
Procedure wholy new in diplomacy
has been used on several occasions
but force never."

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On The Screen
ARCADE
"Ladyfingers," which is being shown
today, is a crook play, but is happily
different. from the usual run of crook
plays. Bert Lytell gives an admir-
able portrayal of the youthful crook
who uses the. latest scientific meth-
ods in safe cracking.
Constant Talmadge's most recent
production, "Woman's Place," is the
screen attraction for the last four
days of the week. The star plays the
role of the attractive candidate whom
the women haveaput up for mayor.
Although political in its background,
the story develops an interesting ro-
mance.
MAJESTIC
"The Conquering Power," the new-
est production of Rex Ingram, is here
for the entire week. The picture is
an adaptation of Balzac's famous story
of love and greed, Eugenie Grandet."
Alice Terry and Rudolph Valentino,
who created such memorable suc-
cesses in 'The Four Horsemen of the
Apocalypse," have the leading roles of
Eugenie and her Parisian suitor. The
story is laid in a provincial city of
France where the miserly old Grandet
hoarded his gold and lived in poverty
with his daughter Eugenie. New oYrk
critics agree that- "The Conquering
Power" is a distinct contribution to
the evolution of the moving picture
production.
In addition to the feature Buster
Keaton will be seen in a high class
comedy, "High Sign."
Prof. Talamon's Lecture Postponed
Because of the absence from the
city of Prof. Rene Talamon, of the
French department, his lecture which
was to have been given thi safternoon,
is indefinitely postponed. The lec-
ture is one of a series being given by
the Cercle Francais.
Frost Leaves on Visit to Indiana
Robert Frost is leaving for a short
trip to Oxford, Indiana, where he will
visit Percy Mackaye at Miami univer-
sit. Mackaye holds a fellowship at
Miami similar to that held by Mr.
Frost here.
TRAVEL INSURANCE!
The perils of loss - or damage to
your traveling outfits and valuables
are constant and many:
Hazards of
FIRE THEFT WRECK
in or on
Hotels, Depots, Clubs, Railroads,
Steamers, Buses, Taxicabs, etc.; or
you may similarly lose belongings at
your Country or Golf club, or Laun-
dry and many other places.
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