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tTHE

',- 'HIQANj)AIL

REPORT SHIPPING
1iL AGRIEEMENT:
Senators Find I 1ifflcil-iiIn 1est~ructigj
of Administration
EXPEC~tT DISPLAC'EMENT Y
FAVOR OF NEW LEG~ISLATION
Washington, Feb. 27-(P,,, A. P)
Agreemient was reported todlay in the
senate, to vote tonnorrow oni final dis-
position of the administraition shi ppmng'
~bill whiich has beenf regarded as lost
even by its supporters since last Fri-I
day.
Before the agree ment to vote was
reached just beforte-adjournment it
had begun to appear that the task of
finally killing it had become almost
as difficult as that of passing it. Much
of its debate today had as its theme'
the filibuster of last week against the
measure and the means of disposing
'of it.
The agreement entered into which
provided f a vote at 1 o'clock to-
morrow wav, proposed by, Senator
Jones. The proposal was accepited by
Senator Robinson,- with the remark'
that it was time "to get this cadcaver
out of the senate." It is expected that
'the move to recommit the bill will be
defeated and that the end of the legi -
lation~ will be brought about to dis-
placement in favor -of some other
measure,.
Students To Give
Re cital Tonigt
AdIvanced, students of the School of
Music A ilI give the following program
at ": AO o'clock tonight in the School
auditor~ium. AMmission is free.
:Warrior's Sony..........Holler
Polishi Dance......Scharwenka;
Amnelia Goodlrichl
Sontgs My oterTaught Me...'Dvorak
A Song of Sunshine.......'~n:
fluth Scheidler
Son.Ata, 01). 7, Ne. 2. ..e thoven
,,larg;aret Strauss
Solve!j±'; Lend(1........ .....rieg
__)n so pm co±"30So, fiin '
Noz e i Figar:)" ".MBozart
PrldC sapllin or, Ra'chinaninuff
Celia West
« u e. . .. . .............Chopn .
T r.,stsce...... .....Gliere
I{ tt~rlE . . . l . Aljisk
A49
( 't'i!A ,11'Ot _it ; N III}1~
1ow;~rdreaizi'I(1 dbnueof
,. nij~vi na1 x nrhunisatother in-
't~tin let lann have hYad a dis~
a~zros i fu~eceoil -the enrollmnent.

WILL LECTURE TONIGHT

C omedy Club Will 1FAULYMESEA Fren.cI Lecturer .ewl cu nMr 4we
I D~ smn~ aisof the French depart-
Repeat(VProgram FaUl To T ' P twllSel i 1'l"SofC1lS
1.__ Speak willt1' a oakt!on( "-'r-cc)r aof1dOnra
versity Etnin etr i tliI!is lilty n M eria elro ethe Time'
Comedy club will r eeat its per- stteyes~'a . rolloh ,. P~if~l 'u' "re ce o~aznof L ____________________________JJ
of the jolurnalism eprtet _-l~
fomneo a.1 o h eei ibefore the lHolland WV.o ,,,_; lu ;h ~t.it41!) olgewl eie tart the newi semester righlt.. A
the Eastern Star, women's masonic about: "Educa t on adhit' . aUl nFrnha :3 'ltkth Rm tnPotbewllhl.Js
organization,, at 8 o'clock this evening The Kalamazoo Court of the (;1thr- 1 "":;1(:in N t ralSigenc: <auditor- ('ca!l 1128-J.--Adv.
in the high school auditorium. In ad- lie Daughters of Amxierichear .d tejmi.II ildsustelf n
i , v,1 ci ; i editien, Ruth, Verm ilyea, '26, will give third of a series of~ five tall o,,,, "I:~ ns f , trip :; who cinhab:lit Al- I
three exhibition dances. il;or Ilerely Mking iIa Lin"gv caternhcony i1northern
l . i111 l tloL ectures
The plays that will be offered are: eobr GogeS.Larodtepartm-ent.rta Th ct,rr_,will;be ;ll?: tia?- (l"
"The Impertinence 'of the Creature",Aoe dWhiatnPien r. dGfo Ti.'r tgen I ork'
i by. Gordon Cosmo-Lenox; "Neverthe- t, AtofBab pn Institute they make' ac~
lent3", by Stuart Walke; and "TWO oftheLatin department rgt}ve ' thelQO ehie ei.rve ner the ~ ~ inessof ttachting biusine;s etO
Sltenan in" yEn t nd of a series of three lustra,..?ted'(licasc ;eGrceFrnas.Te etI oleeIaie en who wish tn
lectures on "The New iPales"1,xine"')t~- -- -- ----- ______ _____Ftll p".sitlins of responsib)ility and
Vincent Mislay. fr h laClmacu.S~lET N~i~ 0 and trust w ithout sdigyasat
Members 'who Will take -part are I Pop. Ivlst%. Tueas. utnwok
Ahun.--atsi Sat., Stand ard office equipment throuph-
Hortense Hoad, '24, Robert E. Brown, 25c ad5c I out. No classes or lectures, but a
'24,t ElwFiod Fayfld, '25, Caflribel, K iusant Program he buIsinesssch.edule of work from 5:30
T1e rt rCeleCompacty tfe:renc dire cd inc; allt\xy cars
Schmidt, '23, Robert A. . Dean, '26, fIo enc s n tO 500 bylork:.inclu i'ngydarson
Ruthe Christensen, '24,voi Hala S. Conkeyi tit1 )1imiiii ,, of business experience, and discus-
'3RhaISchllaak, '25,land Loauise --- ( : . s ions with active factryn f i r
iI. moves heintr uctionl romthhvpo-
Barley. jA lecture recital ofi' Rssa m'.B i' Du>ll2, r& ot 2ltn heticaI sto e and hel.ps the ,itdent
rS. Cr':)ige 13 tl'to look a:t things in the szamt light as
Admission will be 50 cents for sic by Mrs.Gere .Rhdorte --- amnatilyeggdInuses.
adlts and 25 cents for children. School of Music faculty v, lM . e i e a( , ed Msh1.:+. ; c to $ B 3abSOn In stitute, an educational in-
feature of the Matinee Musicale t; li :t. - ~c i 2. tiuin now ortepur _e
Thmii~i~ l l~et lases omorow gra )C~.Ien 33 0o'cockKik "' n ~s ~hubrt resnt itting men for executive resPonsi-
llln01'e iassrr row gasto begienat 33 co' iiis nie o osn o h
Prof. T. E. Rankin, of the rhetoric afternoon in the Union Assembly hi hi.' a'i t iam it u Mnlti eQbolee'rshi. rtefoday.ies
department, who has been ill for 'the T___-Leadrship."RAiteEAoday
past few days, will be unable to meet I+T he way to rent a room is with a L ieCmd fijn anr b o n tt t
heis clas'ses umntil toinoitiob afternoon. "Daily Classified".-Adv. TE~WS". Wellesley Hills, 030"" ,so)

Donald B. MacMillian, noted eX111rer of the Arctic regions and dis-
tinguished lecturer, who wi1 speak tonight in ;Hill auditorium on the sub-
ject "In Unkilnown Baffin Land". He has spent many months in that
country and is intimate with conditions that exist there. His lecture will
be illustrated with pictures of the frozen North, scenes of both summer
and winter life in these regions;- and slides showing the inhabitants of
the country With whom he associated.

"---

AR TING.TOPAY

STARTING TODAY

"For this reason," hle says, it is ohi-
'iiouu; that the movement if adopted'
t Michigan will necessitate c ne a t;-
tion on the part of other engineering,
colleges.
"The approval of the plan worked
out by the faculty committee will.
simpily mean the referring ofth
schreme to a. national meeting of teLh-

nical schools of the country lin order
Iseinie uniform rdaum Ay be work-
ed out. Any movement along this line
nmust he rationlal, the *University can
only take the first sten."
"Day oy cday, in every way, I am
at your service", .1fM MIiE, the ad task--
er. Call 966.-Adv.

ARolcig

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of

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Agents

nol ,

Bootleggers

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LITERA Y LECTURE SERIES

Po ets a'd

N o P~e I is t'

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orothy Cnfel

MARCOI
SIXTH

Ham ifn Garland ArCHtyse

Alfred Kreyrnbourg

AP~RIL(Vase
to be announ-
ced later)

ALL THREE LECTURES $1.00 kind $1.25

SINGLE ADkMISSION Cec acd 71,c

Un der Auspices of AMERl~ICAlN ASSCJA TIONS of
UNIVE SIT WO}MEN14ard "HMIS

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.cctua :es a,-0 1. -1V .1111 A'ud to~rium
Thiclcs oSle cGrtms and W ah's,

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Thfe Daintiness Of"

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Gy1

Switde Pimps

is an irresisdible argument
,r *f- l' Spring, because of the twvo distinct silhouettes
devciopcd in garmc a st.lcs, ),ourc going to appre-
ciate more than ever ho v essential it is to select the correct
type of fotear for vairious costu, es and occasions.

A . Paramount

Picture

M1iSS Threa oncY, brilliant
young AmerC'Iicanitscholar, is the terth
Amterican s tudelnt to win honors at theLa
famous, Frenlch university, and the
fourth womYan to do so.
If it's worth adve-rtisng at all, it's
worth advertising in the Daily.-Adv.'

I'rom flue tstae
by Liemnit
roit. Adlpted
Be al I -A ii r

lilt
Ba.
by
l1 -s

S OMETHING new for Jack Holt-a,),efli htftl light com-
edly. All about a hlands ome iman cif' Myst wh
breezed into town arand ups et the- graf'ters anid'the ladies'
hieartis end won the rigning beau ty for his own. A suc-
ceson the stagie; a hilarious hit as a picture.

.,u11ia Flye htIn I
- upportin cva.

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H -iow closcly footwear and -garment
styles are 'aled will he still more fully
revealecl as you view these dainty grey
suede pumps. They ar-e attractively
trimmed with a buckle efeect of grey
leather and are fashioned in the tongue
style widh mediurn"L ouis heels.
The, graceful lines of this new pump
mi its rmcdish color serve to make it
immensely popular, for all semi-dress
wear. 'While the lines arc such that
is looks vvdti with the daintiest of silken
frocks, the medium Louis heel allows
It 'to be worn comfortably for Al1 wc i-
dress o-casions.

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