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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

IQKI&&N LOSES
TO IOiNANS52O-181

Cap lponi 2, Haggerty 1, Birks 1
Laude 2, Japse 3, Hicks 1,
hxair time: M-1chi~gan 10 Iowa
eree: Kearns, DePauw.
Pr i), Ohio Wesleyan.
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Score at
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Q QOLE FA VORS all parts of the couintry in the refor-
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Captain Ely, Ksipke, Paper, Cappon, ~f
Haggerty, Catain-elect B irks, Pa-
peBice, HTenderson, and McGood. BEK WTFN W E
Coach Mather presented the first
four, those e;who played their final Paris, March 3-(By A.P.)-With
game with the Maize and Blue, with F rench forces tightening their grip iii1
copies of thec ba ?etall book written4 the Ruhr dlistrict and Germany report-{
by fizz: and Intranmural Direcor E. D. ed becoming more discontented with
Mitchell.
The line-up: Chancellor Cuno's "passive resist-
Micli1an [lance", thc crisis forced by the French
B F occupation was expected generally to
Kipkce, rf............0 0 reach the acute stage within a few
Rice, 11f............... 0 0 days.
Ely, c....... ......2 2 2 From the French side came re-
ports from Essen that the first death
Paper, g .......... ..... ... 3 0 ealyudeQh "iron hand" policy
~~~po g............. 0,0 is likely to be inflicted. A German
Haggerty, if............... 3 0 corporal by the name of Och has been
13irs rrf.. ....... .. ...0 0i arrested, accused of tampering with
- a switch on the main rail line which
8 2, carries troops. And for~ this offense,
IQoYwn the French and Belgian authorities
~laUde, rf.............. .. 0 0 are reported to have decided on the
J~tse, lf' ................... 2 0' death penalty to stamp out any incip-
,Bllrgi .................. 2 0 ient attempts at -sabotage.
Hicks, rg................. . 00, French troops have advanced out-
Fuznkt, g.................1 10 side Mayeace from the bridgehead a.nd
occupied additional. German terrn-
5 0 {'tory, including the parts of Matnheimt
SubsituesMiciga: Iaggrtyforand Karlsruhe;, 40 and 70 miles farth-I
Rubice irk for ipke. .FouagserMicfo-er up the Rhine. This was, due tot
Ric; hrk fo lihk. -oul. ici-reports of sabotage on the railroads,
gan: Kipkc 4, Rice 1, Ely 2, Paper 2,ancnls

New York, March 3-(By A..)-
The federated engineering societies
andl the United States forest service
have agreed upon a4 nation wide cam-
paign to conserve the country's for-
ests, it was announced today by the
president of the federation, Dean Mor-
time or V, Cooley, of the University of
Michigan.
It is planned to enlist engineers in

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MUST IDENTIFY PICTURES
All fraternities, sororities, and
other campus organizations must
send a representative to the
Michiganansian oflite in the
Press building on Monday,
March 5, for the purpose of iden-
tifying their respective group
pictures.

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TAILORS-New Haven, Conn}

1923

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VILY TO AGAIN ISSUE
I)IR1Vroy SUPPLE)MENT
Following a custom instituted
some time a o, The ;Daily will I
publisli a directory supplemientI
toy correct changes made at the I
,beginning of the second semned -
ter. Tlie supple~ment will list
all changes in address an{d wilI
also contain the natmes of those
who came to the University in I
February.
In order that .the lists may beI
compiledl a s oon as possible and'
prin ted wiithin a sport time, I
those who wish to be listed are
r:,quested to fill out the coupon
below and mnsll to the office of
The Da~ily. (
Adldress,. Directory Editor,
care of Michigan Daily, Press1
build~ing.
'Name.................
Class........... .........
Address................

SEEK CHANGES IN f
CITY POLICE RULE~
Various amendmients to the city1
Icharter will be discussed at the next
( meeting of the City council on March
7. These amendi~ents, ten in num-
Sbewill bie 'oted on by the people of
(AnArbor in the elections the last
of April.
( Under the present charter the may-f
Ior has total control of the police force.
EA committee of three, members of
'the City Council, act as investigators.j
If the amendments are passed the,
mayor will appoint a police coims-
Sion, composed of three members all
with equal power, who will be re-,
(sponsible to the 'mayor and who will.
have control of the police depart- ,
(mzent.
I "When the amendments are passed".
fstated Mark, Sugden, president of the
'council, " a great step forward in the
government of this city will have been
taken."
French Advances Significant
Berlin, March 3- (By A.P.) -Prime
importance is attributed in the Ber-
lin press today to the occupation by
the F+rench of Manheim, Karlsruhe,
fand Darmstadt.
Siggs, "Depreciation of Public Uti-
I ity Properties" received at Wahr's
University Book store.--Adv.

ALLENEL FHOTEL

SO. STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET
The Home of Better Clothes and Furnishings at Fair Prices

TOMORROW

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~AM WT~CNT ,

TIhe Madli,~oai Thcatr",IDetrouit,
"RO(ANEY! 'MONEY'! MOINETY!"
One VWeel tipCtac &(t Bnldnev,

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If aBeautiful Girl has 't
Money-and WnsIoTe
says "The Sky is the Li it"
Will she get It?
Priscllan Was Tired of (hecap
Stores-of Her Cheap, auto-Tired
of Her Chiea~p House. "Home,
Sweet Home" Sounded Like a Dirge.
Everyone Seemed to Have Every-
thing She Wan'ted but Couldn't
Get.

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Then it rained money
and the storm broke

,"Release"

What i Shie Ro and What Was,
tale Penalty (Y op'll Never Guess.)
It's Worth Walking AXiles to Learn
the Secret,

One of the Vagabond Plays
by Edward Smith

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"Fancy Free"
by Stanley Houghton

MISS MACDONALD NEVER
WAS SEEN TO BETTER
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War Tax 4c
Total' 5
Jiiddies 10c
EVENING~
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PEACEFUL NEIGHBORS'
MADE FOR LAUGHING PURPOSES ONLY
.AbSO-
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
ALWAYS INTERESTING

MARCH 7 AND8

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