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GERMANS DECLARE
FRANCE PLOTS TO
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lVA R N MNPICHS ANI RUR
INVASION CALLEI) PARTS
OF L"RENCLI SCIIEME
ARRST TW 0 TREASON
bSUSPEICTS IN M UN I CH

ashore in a heavy fog in Jones' Inlet
between Rockaway Beach -and Fire
Island tonight. Heavy seas were
running and tugs were rushed to her
aid.
Health Minister
In Law Cabinet

CHIMES CONDUCTS THIRD
SHORT STORY CONTEST,
Chimes has announced the opening
of its next short story contest, which
is the third of the series.
The result of the first contest this
year was announced in the last issue
and the winning stories were publish-
ed The manc'rints for the second

of Governor Groesbeck. "The people '

of the state have one of thea
broad minded -and wide awake
pgssible as their leader," was
tribute to the governor.

most
men
his

THfNA9D DMOLISHES
MISSISSIPPI VILLAGEl

$800, representing nearly 11,500,000 Engineering school in the past two
Ii~~iSir marks at the current rate of exchange d ys. The office wishes to issue: a
INIBJLJ~IUII Ut wArning to all students, to carry tileir
Engineers Warned Against ThIeves rules in a secure place.
OPI TO i EU iU P O UU More than eight cases of stealing-
slide rules from the pockets of engi- Michigan Song Book, Memory
MAGAZINE IS UNIQUE AMONG .neering students have been reported Books, Banner and Pennants at
PUBLICATIONS OF AMER. to the office of the secretary of the Wahr's University Bookstore-Adv.
IVAN COLLEGES
" I , !!I!!!! ! !lu nll l ll l !c! lllm rllr!!I!!!!d!llni!nlll !lu" U~"U "E U i nlIlrlar
Fifty enlarged photographs o:
campus events together with a num- WA T C-E-
ber of pictures of Michigan graduates=h
who are perfprming services interest- Special. Prices for Marcrs -
ing to the students will be included WALTHAM
in the introductory issue of "The E
Michigan Optic", newly established ELGIN
campus rotogravure magazine, that . ILLNOESE
will be sold Thursday. The first Is-; SWISS QRUEN I L ISE
sue will contain 16 pages and will
sell at a price of 10 cents. -
The publication of such a maga-
'zine is unique in American colleges L LAET
the University of California beingT ET
the only one producing a similar pa- I ! I!I !1!!E!!b!!!!!!!! 1 !!! !C!!llll111 il li!! lI ! Illlllilt

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Proposals

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iunich. Bavaria, March 16-(By A.
P.)-The occupation of the Ruhr and
an uprising in Bavaria have been
parts of a French plan for establish-
ing a continontal league of nations un-
der Frencli domination, according to
the Muenchner Neuestg Nathrichten,
which ixakes the charge in connec-
tion with the arrest here on Marchr
7 of Professor Fuch, a dramatic crit-
ic, and Herr Machaus, a musical con-
ductor, on suspicion of .treason
Freticlh Officer Bares Plans
The newspaner claims it has receiv-
ed information that the prospectus for
the contemplated league provided for
the inclusion of France,. Italy, the
Little -Entente, Bavaria and several
parts -of Austria. The project was
mentioned by French Lieut. Col. Rich-
ert, during secret treasonable nego-
tiations some time ago with Fuch and
Machaus, the newspaper asserts.
(Governiment Backs C1o
Richert is alleged to have got in
touch with these men when the French
first met with resistance in the Ruhr
and to have advocated Bavarian
"Deutsch" for independence from the
rest of Germany in order to confuse
the Ruhr resistance.
Bcrlin, March 16-(By A. P.)-Of-
ficial quarters here tonight denied re-
ports coming from Berlin or elsewhere
to the- effect that Germany has made
fresh reparations proposals to
France or' formally requested the
opening of negotiations. It was stat-
* ed the government policy remains as
outlined by Chancellor Cuno.

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contest are in the hands of the judgesf
and the winners will be announced in
the April issue. These stories have
been already judged but the decision
has not been made public. A third
contest is now announced, the winners
of this to be printed in. the May is-"
sue.
Stories submitted for this competi-
tion shou.ld be in the hands of the!
Chimes editor by April 20. A first and
a second prize of $10 and $5 respective-
ly will be awarded. The practice ofl
conductinga monthly contest will be
cantinued as long as the interest of,
the campus seems to justify it. Nearly'
20 manuscripts were submitted in the'
second contest.
O ldes ISenator
Real "Alger" Hero
"From Mine Carpenter to Mine
President and State Senator" might I
well be the title of the 'biography of
Sen. James M. Wilcox, the oldest
member of the state senate in service,
and years. Senator Wilcox was among
the visitors from Lansing here yester-
day and Thursday.
"You have a splendid University .
here," he said, "but we of the senate
know your needs and want to help
you." Senator Wilcox told of his early

of Savage and battered it intobits and per at the present time. The difficul-
carried half a dozen dwellings intc { ty in the production is probably the
Coldwater river, cause of this, for it is difficult to ob-
-- tn aia frm that will print suchra
nisirrsmall number as a college paper re-.
H iC"nf, rnEquires. The rotogravure process us-
ually calls for a long run of copies
Ito make it a paying proposition.
N - The purpose of the editors of the
Optic in placing t1le low price that
they have for the paper is to build
St. Joseph, Mich., March 16-(By A. j up the number of subscriptions tc
P.)-William Z. Foster, charged with m'ake the proposition paying. The
violating the state law against crim- magazine will contain 16 pages of pic-
inal syndicalism through attending the tures.
communist convention held in thi "The Michigan Optic" is a new pub-
sand dunes near here last August wa.' lication recently authorized by the
linked directly with that meeting to- Board in Control of Student Publica-
day when two state's witnesses testi- tions to publish three trial issues.
fled they saw him there.j These will be published during the
Foster was not present when the present school year, and if they are
.convention was raided by federal successful, the Optic will be establish-
agents, but was arrested later in Chi- ed as a regular campus publication
cago. John Russell, '24, and Harvey Reed
Jacob Stolansky, a department of '24E, are managing editor and 'busi-
justice agent, teetified he saw Foster ness manager for the trial issues.
at the meeting on Sunday, Aug. 20.
"Creates "Mark" Miliwire"

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Memphis, Tenn., March 16-(By A.
P.)-Sixteen dead, approximately 100
injured, and property damage esti-!
;mated from $300,000 to $500,000 made,
up the toll tonight of a tornado which
swept seven counties in Northern Mis-
sissippi last night, demolished one
village, Savage, and left its train of,
damage in a dozen or more towns and1
farming sections. Several hundred
are homeless.I
Of the known dead five lost their
lives when the storm struck the town

Laster.

Col. Neville Chamberlain
Col. Neville Chamberlain, brother of
Austin Chamberlain, has been named
minister of health in the British cab-
inet by Premier Law. The colonel
succeeds Sir Arthur Griffith Boscar-
ven, recently defeated for parliament
in the bye-elections.
House Of Pages
Has Own Battles 11
There is a third house of legisla-
ture! Old fashioned ideas regarding
the organization of a legislative body
are passe! In addition to the senate
and in spite of the house there is the
"House of Pages".
The many small pages of the twe
houses who accompanied members of
the legislature to Ann Arbor hav
formed a complete organization which
meets after the adjournment of the
Inaie alb~n.L in fho ofl nrI1nI V'Willinm

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A pump of black satin,
black suede and gray

suede with Baby.

Louis

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life when, denied the privilege of an
education, even in the grammar!
schools, he studied while working in

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the mines, 400 feet underground. "I Bishop Tuttle Nears Death
can still see that old arithemtic to-
day" sid tgrn olmai" St. Louis, March 16-(By A.P)-
day," said the grand old man, his Physicians attending Bishop Daniel.
eyes twinkling, "and I was not work- F. Tuttle who is critically ill with
ing for politics then either, but sim- grippe announced they held little hope
ply to know and understand mines." for recovery and that the end mayi
Senator Wilcox rose from mine car- come any hour.4
penter, a position which he held when
he was 21 years old, to the controlling '"Ides of March" Proves Success
place in the largest mining company "Ides of March", the formal dance
in the state. Today he is 74 years given by the Round-Up club last night
old, retired from mining work, and in in the main dining room of the Un-j
his third term as senator: His ac- ion, was successful with a large crowd
complishments have come all through beautiful decorations, and good mu
individual study and work. .His son siC.

Washington, March 15--(By A.P.)-
Payment of back pensions due Civil
war veterans and their widows resid-
ing in Germany is creating a new class
of "mark" millionaires in that coun-
try.
A number of pension accounts weret
suspended during the World war and
payment was held up after its term-
ination until- pensioners could send
to Washington proper credentials.sAs
a result, in some cases, recent pay-
ments to individuals have amounted tc
Radio
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legislature in the arternoons. aniiia
RuI (conspiracy Involves Pickfords MacQueen, 14, of Dearborn, is head
Los Angeles, March 16--(By A.P.)-- page and speaker of the house.
Jack Pickford, motion picture actor At the sessions of this body busi-
and his sister, Airs. Alice Forresti ness of utmost importance is brought
known on the screen as Lottie Pick; up and, if a sufficient number of the
ford, will be summoned before a fed- "log-rollers" are absent, legislation
eral grand jury as a result of a serieF with a far reaching effect is often.
of raids last night whic-h exposed times put through. According to one
what seemed to be evidence of a coast- member of the dignified assembly
wide conspiracy to violate the Vol- (age 14) the house is now in thc
stead act, it was stated tonight by H. throes of one .of the toughest battles,
H. Dolley, federal prohibition agent. I ever fought over a rostrum. The rad-
-_ - ical element, according to this oldtim-
Nobel Institute Selects Lecturer er, has introduced a bill requiring
- New York, March 16-(By A.P.)- sweet and dill pickles to be served tc
Prof. James B. Shotwell, of Columbia gentlemen guests in the ladies' gallerN
university department of history has on Wednesday afternoons of each
been selected by the Nobel Institute week. "Even yet we are uncertain as
scientific organ of the Nobel Peace to the final outcome of the measure,!"
prize, to inaugurate a series of lec- he continued.
tures on international problems effect- "No well organized legislative body
ing peace and wvar, it was learned to- is without a page of some sort," he
night. went on, "so we have Representative

recently graduated from the Michigan
School of Mines, and his nephew is
John Williams, '21, Varsity basket-'
ball star.
"President Burton is a brilliant
man and a hard worker," he volun-
teered; "he certainly is the man for
his position.." Senator Wilcox claimed
to have enjoyed every minute of -his
visit which he made in company with
his nephew, Thomas Hutchins, 12
years old, one of the pages in the I
senate. He is a close personal friendI
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The way to rent a room is with a
"Daily Classified".--Adv.

LAST TIFE TODAY
EARL
WILLIAMS 1
IN
'LUCKY CARSON'
SUNDAY
"WAY DOWN EAST"

Coln" B. Kenned9
Radio Recehvers
are recognized as the
finest made

yi2b School Tikes 1.17 fames Straight
Princeton, March 16-(By A.P.)-
The Passaic high school basket hal)
teai won its 117th consecutive vic-
tery by defeating the Camden high
school team, 40 to 21, in one of the
semi-final matches for the state cham-
pionhip. Tie.Passaic five is de-
fending' the title.
Italian Freighter Runs Aground
New York, March 16-(By A.P.)-
The Italian freighter, Buckleigh, ran

C. I. Culver, of Detroit. Chester A,
Ferris acts as governor and Vincent
Dacey as our advisor. 2
Mussolini on Errand of Sympathy
Rome, March 16-(By A.P.)--Pre-.
mier Mussolini went to the Quirinal
this afternoon to present the condol-
ences ofthe government to Queen Hel-
ecna onl the death of her mother, for-
mer Queen Milena of Montenegro.
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