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"AN DAIL Y

INLET H15 ORIAIIPIj
(Continued from Page One) !
tions now standing with their backs
the wall are opensdl again to Lug.
hi trade, then England will again
osper. Untill such settlement oc-.
rs, no prime minister can be se-
ro in his position.
One rather interesting factor com~esY
here which may prove his undoing,
ofessor Wenley declared. No one
ows exactly what Lloyd George is
iug to do. It is well k~nown that the
rsonal friendship which existedbe
cen hin and Bonar Law does not
st between him and the new prem- I
*It is feared that the two branches
the liberal party, the Asquitki andj
Lloyd George branch will comel
ether and will form a powerful
position in Parliament. As mat-
-s stand now, Baldwin has a work-
e niaJority of 80 votes.
the political unrest in Erlandl, hed
d, is based on the fact that the olth
'ties are passing away, and new
tics and niev party alignments are
,ug formed. The voting public of
gland no ,longer know to what
ty they owe their allegiance, and.
liable to vote on purely local is-
s. "So we can see." he concluded,
tat with the domestic problem of
em l y i n ,l c f t a e a t h s tl d c n ii n o oii s i hinternational problem of the R uhr,
ssia and Turkey, Stanley Baldwin r
'1 face problems dqual to if not
ater than those any premiier has
faced."

o . Monr

a1 h a s b e e n md d f r t e g a u t
.ILA niir ch~ool, fo1udd in 1912.
Inspects Ruins f Ancient EmPre.ia Ai ____
~ at~rcul pot cards will be sn outMK N PE J~ II

to -be interested in the new alumni
catalogue, which v ill be ready for
delivery about Auigust 15. The price
will be four dollars, the exact cost
of production.3
The bco k will . .,ntili fifteen hun-

jChemical engineering. students will
taket a trip) to Detroit and River Rouge
lnts tomorrow. The group will leave
via, the Michigan Central at 6:30 o'-
clockti and arrive at the plant of the
Detroit Steel Castings company at 8
o'clock.
(Open hearth .furnaces and Bessemer'
ocuverters will be inspected., At 10:30
o'clock the party is due at the M7ich-
igan Malleable Iron company plant,
xyhere air and annealing furnaces
will be dealt with, principally. Henry

Ford's River Rouge plant is on U
p lrogram for I o'clock, while the
turn to Ann Arbor will be made
5:15 o'clock.
At River Rouge, blast furnaes, colt
ovens, foundry, and body plants wi
be the main points touched upon. A
students interested should sign th
list in room 208 of the Qhemlsty built
ing.
1Internatiornale'to JDissohe
Hamburg, May 24-(By A.P.)-D .
egates representing the Vienna (se,
and and a half) Internationale hxv
decided to dissolve it and unite in
new body to be formed at the Intern
tonal Socialist Copgress mieeting her
If that c~heck didn't come, let "Jir-
mW' e" el somiething for you to, 'ti'
you over.-Aviv.

Bired pag^,s, t,,r,.;amre size of page as;
the book issued in3 1912 but each) will
contazin more m3aterial. Th~eprevious
e Ltion contained over a tlousand
pagres. More than 63,000 nameos will
be published in the now book. Every.
i thing has been completely, revised and,
all informa ,tion oni graduamltes that is
obtaiinable w 'illbe irnuded.
.Nll the graduatesthoh January'
1922 are included, numbering 2 ,36,400.
In all 40,600 degree', ha:e Wben Conl- !
fcred since 1837, when,!Lthe ,univer ity I
was founded. Nngautsto theA
nI nber- of 25,16 hveregistered1 t hre
at some timge or another, bringing tihe
total who have attended tihe Univer-
sit3l to 61,566.
In the non2-gr~i - 'e list menan
women are inci.u(edt ) to> I .;._ .-22,'
wle e cefased mc 1inhe 'p of the Unla-I
versit y are Ina1mled lup toV,-th--.iidde
!of tl'is utwn th caage
wlent 'to pes
xT h oil V Lo ught iT). he e ic ,
Cieach be eiuta1ycr'iar,
preceding the nms.
11Among Lthe chianges fI,£rrmthe. las: t
bootk is the ;fact !t::at t,' _.. i :au s V ;.:1,);6'lni h r lact3lty
be in alphabec'(:. rr1he tai
in order of rankAnwdprmn
GAR ~( andSATURDAY'
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(in Rita joh:u ou atrig's D~rllhant Come'dyj
'Little Id New'York" 1;
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of th's pest. NW havea complete stock of ready-made
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DAVIS DEIES IOD
SMUGGLINGff ATECORSEt
Chicago, May 23-(By A.P.)-In ,a,
statement made public, W. J. Forman
who investigated the situation at
T'orse, Michigan, for the Chicago
Dally News which has published ar-
icles concerning liquor smuggling'
evor the border from Canada, said;
:at he would nd-vise the Mlichigan pro-!
hibition directors to "take a boot-,
togger" to Eorse and. investigate.
James P. Davis, the Michigan prohi-1
)ition director, yesterday wa.s quoted
s sayiing that "four miles of smug-
,lei s' shacks at Eacorse was absurd."i
"If the prohibition director does not
morn that there are four miles of I
inugglers' shacks on the American,
ide of the river where Chicago rum-
'unners have been getting their sup-I
ly of booz:e, I would advise him to
o what I did, take a bootlQgger down'
here and, find it out," F+orinani said fn
is statement,
S. of ILt.P hpls(41-e RecitalI
Avon Rich _and Gleo Bak~er, vocal
ipi3ls of P.-aude C. KlIeyn of the facul-
y of tlle School of -Music gave a recit-
1 last night in the school auditorium.
',rs Rich sang two groups of songs
vhiici embodied the wvorks of fret-
,haninloff, R.achmaninoff, and Debu)S-
y. Clee Pakter, the othe soloist, ren-
::;red songs by Schumann, Bralims,
1.d S ibcRla. The last group containi- I
d a few duets. Accompaniments wer'e
)ayed by Marguerite Shattuck.;-
IARTHA WASHINGTON Candle
fresh every Friday. Tice's, 113. East
Liberty. -Alv.

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I iug VictonrEmanue rril of. Italy, e's.fie lei, aind King L eor e of:gand cuiilit c votlie'( and derb y, walk-
In ing 0bot ruins of Cliseulm
SKing. George of~ Great Britaini, on thle first visit of a British king to. Italy in a decade, spent several hours
viewing the ruins of the ancienst Romnan eapire. He and ling Victor Emmianuel . of italy, monarch's of the two
greatest European empires, viewed together the ruins.
fl*shtiNan d AAsessor iire ian r mier , i Herrieli Presides at Sci 'e.i
Roe. M y 2-(3 . P) M gr C hirist-iana, May 24--(13y A?P.)-0(-'j Paris, INlay 24-_(By A.P)'-Ainbas-'
Rsi, Car I(_Aite 1bishop of Voterra, Ito lB. Halvorsen, ip remnier, '"is dd; he sadorih rrik ridataSbon
Tscany, hatsibeen namared asseaseor p" asthle Conservative leader of -N61r- me1eting commY.e, oratingt' the ,ud
the Cons*itoriaf Co; grcgaiOn. (Sin_- a ; Ihis ministry succeedede that of' riedth anivesr fP r
eu ro ha s beeni made a card1inal.) ! t "'rrI. ~ilhrlast March. uiesr fPs~r

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