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flody of Senator Toni Watsoi being taken from funeral car aix ioipson, Ga., for funeral services at his home,
Practically the entire population of Thompson, Ga., and the surrounding countryside turned out for the
funeral of the late Senator Tom Watson. Broad bands of crepe were stretched about the station where the
casket was removed from the funeral car. Great crowds of. mourners thronged Watson's country home where
the funeral services took place.
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MANA ER MILLER IUGGINS
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PUBLICATIONS AM) AThLETICS
CALL FOR iIUNDREDS
FOOTBALL MANAGER HAS
Pleii Largely Made to Sophomores
But Second-Semester Freshunen
age of reporters as is to be found tions may be made at the cit~y editor's
about The Daily offices at the present desk any day between 1l and 3 o'clock.
time. Positions are open to a large At this time last year Th~e Daily.
number of men and~ women. Applica- (Continued on Page-Eight)
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NEXT MEETING TO BE.
HELD IN GRAND RAPIDS
President CouItrasts Cost of Public
Education With Waste For
Michigan's Building and Loan as-
sociation concluded its 35th anuual.
conference here yesterday afternoon
with 0. G. Leonard of Grand Rapids
elected president and Irving B. Rich
of Jackson re-elected secretary. It
was voted to hold the 1M23 conven-
tion in Grand Rapids.
Elections yesterday afternoon were
preceded by 4 two day conference in.
which the principal speakers were
President Marion L. Burton, who ad-
dressed the Loan banquet on Tuesday
evening and Regent Junius E. Beal,
who spoke this morning on "Fuel as
a Factor in Hoi)e Building."
President Burton took as his top-
ic "Our Sense of Values," emphasiz-
ing the problem of taxation as a fac-
tor in support of the University. He
pointed out that in comparison with
the amou'nt of money spent for lux-.
uries, the taxation for a higher edu-
cation was comparitively slight.
Regent Beal who addressed the
meeting this morning said, "One of
the major factors in home building
which embraces both the fuel side
and the materials of construction is
the lumber supply which is rapidly
vanishing. Lumber is essential even
in fireproof buildings and especially
in the average small home, both for
construction and heating. Its pried
will soar to prohibitive heights if our
people do not wake up to the situa-
An unaccountable lack of tryouts
for positions on all the publications
and for various managing
and for various manager jobs in the
athletic department has been com-
plained of by managing editors, busi-
ness mangers and sport managers this
year. Why the usual number of stu-
dents have not turned out to answer
the call for men to fill these posi-
tions is problematical.
The outsanding fact remains, how-
ever, that there is a dearth of mater-
ial and that the places must soon be
applied for if next year's acivities
are to be properly represented. Some
officials. believe that fraternities have
been lax in getting their men on the
job. It is thought that non-fraternity
men have possibly not had the propo-
sition thrown up to them clearly
At any rate the condition is this,
that several hundred men can be used
in campus activities at once if they
can be found. The positions are open
largely to sophomores.
One of the most pressing complaints
comes from the football manager who
says that he has only ten tryouts this
year as compared with thirty-two at
the same time last year. At least ten
more are needed immediately. Appli-
cants may apply at the Athletic club-
house in Ferry Field any time during
With the track season opening up
no tryouts have yet made applications
for positions. According to the track
manager, L. W. Snell, Jr., '23, 15 men
can be used at once. Tryouts can re-
port in the lower locker room of the
gymnasium between 3 and 5:30 o'-
clock this afternoon.
Basketball and baseball managers
will soon be making an appeal for try-
outs in those branches of sport. Y
There has never been such a short-
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enigering society which takes place
this week in Sant Francisco.
ALL IRISH ISRET
PROCLAMATION BY GOV.E RNMENT,
SEERS TO AVOIDI IFTRTlIER
Dublin, Oct. 4.--It was in the hopej
of restoring peace without further<
bWoodshed that the Irish government
offered full amnesty to all offenders1
who surrendered their arms by Oct.
15, says the proclamation to this ef-
fect, issued yesterday.
The document sets forth the govern-
ment's knowledge that many persons
have been forced to participate in re-
bellious actions "against their will
and better judgment, while others
have come to realize they have in
truth put their hands to the ruin of
their motherland." .
"The government," adds the proc-
lamation, "moved by the hope of re-
storing peace without further blood-
shed and loss of life, has decided that
opportunity be offered even now to
those who are willing to throw in their
lot wth the majority of their country-
men, and to withdraw froi this re-
(ANAIIAN FOREST FIRES RAGE .
OVET WIDE NOWITERN AREA
Toronto, Ont., Oct. 4.--At least three
mining towns have been wiped out by
forest fires burning over a wide area
in northern Ontario tonight.
Trains and telegraphic communca-
tion from this district, which is isolat-
ed section north of Cobalt, have been
interrupted, but as far as can be as-
certained, no loss of life has occured
in the more populous centers.
The towns known to have been
burned are: -lailaybury, North Cobalt,
an(l a smaller mining settlement in a
group of towns lying north of these
towns. An unconfirmed report says
that Engelheart also s been wiped
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Need Definite Plan
Regarding the coal situation Mr.
Beal said, "In the coal question we
are now where we 'need straight
thinking and a plan to protect us
against another strike next spring.
An impartial commission appointed
by the president should consider the
problem and work out a scheme to
prevent these head-on colisions."
Weanl Cooley Ill
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of thea
engineering school, has been away'
from his office since the beginning ofi
the week, due to a slight attack of
rheumatism. Because of this illness
he was prevented from attending the
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