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FR M VE GL DE ' ILDS, PROF, a. F.511111[MAES
MIAN TLLS OF .LOST PARTY'S PERILS 1 BIRGAY M[ET1NG
/ ~ I Prot. A.Franklin Shull, of the zool-
. s ogy department, left yestl erday for

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tions of clerk and city carrier in the Russia; it is
Ann Arbor post office. Preference will Norway add
be given to ex-service men.
Danes RMay Recognize Sovie r =
Moscow, April 26.-(By AP.)-- A I " Sits
Ip ei i a y a r e e t f r a R s o Danish, treaty has been signed, pro- CI
viding de facto recognition of Soviet ,,,,,,,,,,,

PAND
JIONY.

AY'BEY
London, April 26-(By A. P.)-Al-
Bert, Duke of York, 5marrid Lady
Eltizabeth Bowes-Lyon in solemn old
Westminster Abbey at noo today with
a pomp and panoply reminiscent of
the mi-Victorian 'era and amid the
tumultuous demonstrations of thc
vast throngs that gathered unde
threatening skies to witness the wey
fling pageant.
As the cortege entered the abbe
a slight drizle of ran''fell but soon
afterward the sun broke through 'the
clouds and as the royal pair made
their exit they were greeted with bril-
liant sunshine, recalling the old say-
ing:. "Happy is the bride the sun
shines on."
It was the second time in a little
,More than a year that the king and
queen- of England gave one of their
cildrieji in wedlok to a person out-
side the realm of roalty While
the nmarriage of ,te sovereign's se-
ond son did not stir the popular m-
'kipai of the British em~ire as did
Princess Miiiry's edding, the romance
which turned an earl's dlaughter into a
princ's biideand eevated her from
a psition of relative obscurity to the
place f the fourth lady of the land
'captured the hearts of the people.
The fact that A>d Elizabeth's mar-
riage to te Dulke of York Makes her
ligible to' wear the crown of. the
empire in the -event anything unto-
'Nard befalls 'te Prince of Wales im-
parted an additional note of interest
and significance to the event.
Toas ceremony within the al-
-lowed walls of the historic .abbey,
tyhil has witnessed the supreme joys
and sorrows of the nation for ages
past, was both a great religious and
social event, and was marked by a
'glittering exhibition of fashion and
sumptuous jewels.
r Eight hundred of England's great-
est luminaries in state, :court, diplo-
macy and society, as well as an Im-
pressive ,assemblge of foreign princ-
'es, dukes, 'duchesses and others of
rank and title, were there, attired in
finery and jewelled embellishments
that represented the proverbial king's
ran som.
rA' drizzle tht hd continued
throughout the ealy ious of the
morning gav way to' clearing skies
not "long before thle brilliant weding
procssion began it march from
,lliclinlam rralace to the Abbey, adl
chered the wating tiosands with
th~le hope tlat the suh' would shine as
it did on ?rlncess ary's wedding dtay
a year ago.
J~EQI~iAT EEX PE CIEDiTO
PASS ON MILLT, MI JLS
(Contnued frot Page One)
"It is quite obvious that as the T~ni-
vrsity rows and our new buildings
came on, more money will be re-
quired for the general operation of
the 'nivrsity. We/do, how~1r, see
the total 'situaton, of the state and
we wat 'to co-operate. We therefore
_W11l make no opposition to this bill
ardA will bring forward no opposition
tot t.,
Thr snta ;onisn o Supt. Johnson
ar es f:oi~il i~ apprehension lest the
primary school fund sffer a reduc-
tin of several millions annally
throrgb hetl action of the proposed
bls.i ~f, as it s intimated, the state
Yonird raises the state vauaton by;
' ,aa,00000, the tax will be reduced
by 41erert, ;since the higher the
valuation, the ower will be the rate.
Urh. Johnson fears tat under theJ
operation of thse measures, the funds
for his departzint may shrinkto 60
percent of their regular amount. f
Ttles Far From free
London, April 2=--($y A. P.)--- It
now costs $3,00 in fees when one be-
coies a duke, Chancellor Baldwin
told Commons, when a Laborite sig-
gg'ited taxing titles; a simple baro-
net, Baldwin said, gets off with $1,00.

Wahngo to1I 5UI a LLenIUa. a,1meeting of
the council' of _the 'Union of American
Biological s8ocieties, which will, be
held at the Carnegie institution of
Washington.. He represents the Am-
erican Society of Naturalists in the
union. At the present time Professor
Shull' is, secretary of the executive
committee of this society and is chair'-
man of a committee that has been pre-
paring" agenda for the WashingtMn
meeting and a skeleton of the by-
laws to be adopted.
This council is the governing body
of a new :affiliation including most
of the biological societies of .America.
It has for its purpose the effectual'
handling of matters of .interest to,
biologists in general,.
PosFt Office*Exams Set for llfay 5
Competitive examinations will be
held by the United States civil sere-
ico commission on May 5 to fill posi-1

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TODAY
AND
TOMORROW

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WILLAM RUJSSELL.
"THE G3REAT NIGHT"
icjINA iLD DEN NY
IN
" The Jeather Pushers"

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HIISTORIANC I 5SCU SSE S
EMO R3 T II '4 RT O N C . F O I N T AU I (S N ® x
FACi'otS THAT' INFLUENCE
Dr. Worthing;ton C. Ford, of Cam-n
br dgo, iMass;., a member of the Massa-
chusetts' t3i soricaj. so:ciety, lectuired.
yesterday aft.ernoon in 'the01 Natur-Al
Science auditorium. ire 'spoke on '
In his talk, Dr. Ford discussed at.
lengt~h the factors tha,,t influence t,,e
nomination of the chief executiwe.' He
cited a numbier of examp~les of these
factors and how they worked, dwel-
ling particuilarly upon the. elections
succeedinig our great wars, the war of
indepondence, the civ-il iwar, and tho,
Spnish American war.
Dr. Ford wvill . give another lecture
at 4:15 o'clckh this afternoon in Na-
tural Science auditoriumi. He'will dis-
cuss, in his second lecture, "Aspirants
to the Presidency."

1) EANlty r X. ~. SPERRY Dean Sperry, received his. training at
TOD TALK TON IG HT'Oivt College, of wtihich rustitution h id}
fathzer was for several years president,
VvilardW. pery ofCamrideie is, Making a tour of the state uni-
Mass., dean of Anidover-Harvard Dii- versities of'the Middle West, and dur-
vinity Shcool, will speak at a banquet ing his visit, in Ann Arbor, today a4 d
given in his honor toinight at the Cc~- 'tororrqw, he will be thje guest of the
^regational church. Rev. ,H erbert A. Jump. 'y
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An)y studenlts who way be interes:tedl
n accepting work along salesmanshiph
linesa are invited to caill at the .offTice
of the Dean of S tdents today for the
purpose of becoinug acqainted withl
John C. i3. iParkcer, '1T7, represrentingI
the National- Life Instramfee Company,
(Mr. Par"ker will. be here for two
days. IleIcvwill hold two consultationsI
today, the; firs t at 1 o'clock this mornz-
ing; and the othter at3 o'clock ini the
ate'rn;o,,.
F or tliw e who '6re -un)Able to bed
present pat eithe'r o; th e mtingsto-
day, Mjr. Parker has arra..-nged auo.ther'
consultation hour for 10 o'clock; to-
morrow morning.
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