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TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY__________

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WE 'Gen. Allen's Grin
BLISHER WlILL SPEAK as ht M
Say Tht,"t'
IN WORLD PEACEMONDAY' A Grand Feeling" I

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AGE CLOSER tINT lRIN ATION A I
RlELATION S
Hon. 'Herbert H-ouston, publisher of
"Our World" and formerti president of
the Associated Adertising c iUI)5 of
the world, and Dr. William P. Meorrill.
pastor of tie Brick Presbyter an
churgh of New-.York, will speak Mlon-
dlay night in Hill auditorium on the,
subject of "World Peace".
Mr. Houston and Dr, Merrill are
speaking on a ,nation-wide camaig
in the interest of closer internationala
relations between all countries and
the encouragement of !peace for alli
nations. The two men will come herer
from lletroit, where they speak March
10 and 1..
This campaign, for which speakers
are being sent all over the country, is

LITTLE TO ~ SENA'TOR JOHIN SON JRAPS I. S.
T o U NI; (continued, from Page One)
TO CEVELND AUMN as Great Britain, France, and Japan
have done.
George 1B. Little, Assistant Director "'I'e so-called international court
of Athletics, leaves this morning on; is a part of the league of nations.
a flying trip -to Cleveland where he is ;Entering the court is not the first false
to, lie Michigan's representative at a !step. There is no allusion about
trio of functions which will be stageds what it means among the advocates of
in that city today and Saturday. ; he league.
Director Little speaks at 6:30 o'-? "It has been a long and difficult
clock tonight at a gathering of the igttokeusfmmmbrhpn
Michigan club, the Cleveland alumni fh oke)u io ebrhpi
orL-aniza tion which , nt-tfoxr n. ri- tegute of nations. We firmly

Central Figures In New Cris
Threatening Revolt Fromn Chin~ia

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Sner at the Winton hotel at that time. ;rp thsbe eie h
The dinner will be followed by the ia epe ehp tms
annual "blow-out" of the Big Ten ;again. If so let us fight it in th
club, an organization comnposedl of al- with full understanding and '
umni of Conference institutions. The' edge on the part of our peop
affair is to take the form of a smoker America is to be driven let us
at the Winton hotel and is scheduled w iithl head up and flags flying.
for 8 o'clock. It promises to he a .big :perrnit our proud nation to timi(
evening for all Conference alumni in ter one concealed portal."
the Ohio city, for those in charge have'
arranged a heavy program for the TUI MUICAL GENIULS TO
night's entertainment.

eAmer-
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Do not
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being undertaken by a grou~p of con- r
bined national 'org nizations. It in-
cludes the following bodies: the AWorld?
Alliance, Church Peace union, World I , ...Ar* N
Peace Foundation of Boston, ;,)d the N
Federal; council of churches of Christf
in America.JRFe"ir'.%'e,,aatog:l-,
The best informed 'men in this field 7 .;v htgah
of worik are to be used in the cam -'! 'te his +a"1Erin h . Ne 'ork$. I
paignaccording to the plans of:;he ! 'st1Maj. Gcn. henry T. Allen, c ,:m-
committee., Mr. Houston Is a former nivander of the United States army of
partner of the late HaIn. Walter L rc~paio in Germna~y was flat:.to 11st ol nUie ttssi <,i
Page, former~ ambassador to England. . oto ntdSae ola~i
He was also associated with ex-presi- is WdRcstC' by this photo. The fgener-,
clet Tft it whm le turd 'Y~c!a arrived in New York a few days ago}
deuntrTat i th13 whoms ek touredthe , after winding up official matters inj
c~unry i 191, spakin on he G rany following the departurr'of
League of Nations. Dr. Merrill I, rop fwwekeao
president of the World Alliance, hav -_____________________
ing been active in international rela~-
tions work for a number of years. DR 1E~ lE iET;WE

Thle trip, however, is to be far from
as pleasure juant for Little, for on
Saturday morning hie will addres7
gathering of sonle 35f0 high school
students of Cuyahoga county, which
is largely Greater Cleveland, in a huge
meeting at the Palace theater. Little
will return to Ann Arbor tomorow
night or Sunday.
Seniors Carve

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MISSING STUDENT
SEARCH GIjVEN UP
H-enry M. Glaroer, '2:;:;, inuYhe
listed "among the imissing". Bela--
S i ves, friends, and the police gave Ill
the search yesterday. Relatives, wh,
carne from Chicag-o when notified'of
Garber's disa;ppea.rance, returned last
night. Before leaving they packed
thte missing tudenCarukand re-
quested that it lae sent to Ch1iago.
Ann Arbor police, whohv been
hivestigating the case for seve.ral lay ,
without finding a clue, are no longer
working on it. They have broadcasted
Garber's description to the police of
th~e country and are waiting for ro-
ports from them.
.Garber's friends 4elieve that iii.
mind wiaas temporarily affected by the
strenuous work that hie did diuring the
week preceding his disappearance.
They believe that' with the largs'
am'ount of money that lie is kr~New

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1Faculty members delivered five Uni-f
versity Extension lectures in the state
.ye:-terday. Prof. William 1-. Hobbs.
of the geology department, gave tho
ninth of a series of 10 lectures about1z
"Th~ie University's Expedition to the
Pacific" before the Detroit Fellowshipj
'club of St PAul's cathedral.!l
The Newburg Farmers' club at Du-
rand heard Prof. William D. Hen-
(erson, of the extension department,'r
Ispeak on "Dollars andl Sense in Educa-
tion".,
Before -the Association of Execu-
tives' club at Flint, Prof. Henry F.
[Adams, of the psychology department,
'gave the seventh of a set of 10 lectures
on the subject of "Applied Psycholo-
gy". At the Grand Rapids Vocational
school, Prof. Crawford C. Edmonds.
of the department of commerce and
industry, spoke on "Types of Business
N.anagement".
Prof. Thomas 1-1. Reed, of the. de-j
rpaurtrnent of political science, was thes

More than 75 names are now cut
in the table placed in the Union tap
room for the class of 19.23. The sen-
iors are gradually filling up the space
with names in ovals, diamonds, pen-
nants, script, blocks, and just plain~
car ving.
Iln the center of the table a large
block "MV" has ben cut with a ~19" or
one side and a "23" on the other. The
portion directly below it is reserved
for football scores of 1922.
Prof. Day Leaves for Derr York
Prof. Evdmund E. Day of the Eco-
nomics dlepartment left last night for
jNew York city on a business trip. He
will return in time to meA his classes
Monday morning.
The Hotel Ailenel is catering to din-
ner parties in our private dlining
rooms at p~opular prices.-adv.

NE YOK CO4LLEG~E 'AMPUIS
(Continued from Page One)
ium. Vocalists and instrumentalists
who prove their merit will be permit-
ted to sing or play.
In making tonight's announcement,
Adolph Lewisohn and Mrs. Charles
.F. Guggenheiner said that all com-
posers American born or natralized
would be given an immediate hearing
and that anyone in America might
compete. Scores of American com-
positions which have never been play-
ed -will beC examined under conditions
that will permit of unfavorable com-
petition.
Rigg's, "D~epreciation of Public Uti-
ity Properties" received at Wahr's
I.Tn iversity Book store.-Adv.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

bore, left t;)rig-itt, eiierilsrre 1 st alion, ~lsuug lao Wmiand lUn t'heng
llS111m.Below, Generzal Tan M ao I srn
China is tottering under another civil war scare. Ailitary prepara-
tions point to bitter warfare in the region of Szeclruan unle:ss peace nego-
tiations, now on, are successful. Ya isSen, defeated in last year's civil war
in that territory, is advancing on Szoe lhuan ;.(I hopes to reain his power
and oust Gen. Ling' Cheng Hsun, civil and military governor of the p~rovince.
Gen. Teng' U-si Hlon commands the Chungking garrison in the province. (Gen.
ilsiung Kao IWu, leader of the Szech nan province government forces.

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Patronize Daily ad vertisers.-Adv,

'GAR RICK Nights- 50C to $2.0
Wed. Mt 0 to $2.0
Set. Mat. - 50C to $2.60
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