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more definite form.

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j The execuftve c. mmittee of the
IE Labor Party meet in Londo. tomor-
o 'OW, to arrange its pogram, which
-- will be ssued as a<manif0sto ir'm>
,4)1 in Sver11 diat ly afterward.
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Ich., Oct. 23. - Two

colmprising more than 100 men MI) oF I 1EST OYER I:OTL
d arlned with every description ' LA N NTEA EST
pon, ,couled the sandhills and
s in this county today as a re-
fresh evidence reported in the (By Associated Press)
for what are helieved to be Constantinople, Oct. 23.-The Amer-
ig lions that have terrorized ican destroyer flotilla, which sailed
ds of residents. from Norfolk Oct. 2 to protect Amer-
Lrd D. Morrow, a farmer living ican interests in the Near East, arriv-
ichigan City, Ind.,. reported the ed here today under command of
of fresh tracks resembling the Capt. C. M. Tozer. The 12 destroyers
: of a lion's tracks, leading from steamed up in group formation, but
mnyarl to a nearby ravine. The due to the congestion at the Bosphor-
ns of eight sheep have been us naval anchorages, were unable to
north of LaKeside, Mich., all anchor together. Six took up stat-
raving been gnawed from the tions at the usual American anchor-
age, at the foot of the Yildiz Palace
William Darnel MacClintoch, Hill, while the others continued on
University of Chicago, after a l their course, were reviewed by Rear
his property in Lakeside, said Admiral Bristol from the Scorpion,
convinced of the presence of band anchored off Beikos, five miles
ansi. "There are undoubtedly above the city.
oanming about my property, for Four hundred sailors had shore
he tracks, and could hardly be leave, and Constantinople was delight-
en about them." ed to find so many, as four of the 12
rding to Professor MacClintock, destroyers were here a few months
rd of $100,000 has been offered
1 Sheriff Gowdy, of h lichiga n Seven destroyers will leave tomor-
row for the Aegean Sea stations; the
remainder will be assigned to duty
a day or two later.
NRVEDro nr DIT~IC -

FR STAT, L ESO
FHORISTS YROfl ALL 3Hil I(A\
WILL BE REPREMENTEI)
NOV. 19, 11
Florists from all over Michigan will
eider exhibits from their ho.house:a
at" the annual State Flowver show,
which will he held Friday and Salur-
day, Nov. 10, and 11, in Barbour gym-
na ium. Two entire days i be de-
VOWCT to the show which is held ev-
cry year by thee tate Florists asso-
ciation. Huge displays of flowers will.
be banked along the walls of the gym-
nasium, notable among them one dis-
play composed entirely of orcheids.
Another feature of the show will
be the mammoth display of chrysan-'
themums, from the University botan-
ical gardens, whicb, according to
Prof. H. II. Vartlett, director of the
gardens, is unusually fine this year,
and the christening of a new variety,
of chrysanthemums brought here from
the department of agriculture at
Washington, and which has never, yet
been put on the market. Some appro-
priate name will be given this vari-
ety, "Ann ┬▒Arbor" being the most
prominent of the names suggested.
Saturday morning, Nov. 11, has
been set aside for the school children
of the city, who will visit the show in
groups, free o4 charge. Professor
Bartlett has been engaged to be pres-
vent on this occasion and explain the
various exhibits to the childrep.
In addition to the displays of flow-
ers, cut flowers will be on sale both
days of the show, and .a tea room will
be in operation.

Ohio Freshumen Overwhelm Sopis
Columbus, O.-In the cane rush, the
first class battle of the year, the
freshmen overthrew their opponents,
the class of '25, in 17 minutes of
fighting. The sophomores were out-
outnumbered four to one, and with
more organization in the frosh class
than in previous years, the yearlings
romped off with a victory for the
first time since 1919.l
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
OCTOBER

The reports from Berlin, Germany.
some time ago to the effect that girls
were being taught boxing and were
being matched at music halls and
clubs evidently reached Manila, Phil-
ippine Islands, for, the Municipal
Board of that city has just passed an
ordinance making it a misdemeanor
I for a girl or woman to engage in a
boxing match, whether amateur or
professional.
New Women's Record
Paris, Oct. 23.-Mlle. Bracquemond,
star of French women athletes, Sun-
day established a world's record for
women of five minutes, 9 2-5 seconds
for the mile run.

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ARBOR'' IS ILLINI SLOGAN nunare aouaris Is tne goal set to put
,--over the drive. This is to be collect-
ChamaigI11., Oct. 23.-"Send tated in boxes posted at points on the
C campus, decorated with Illinois colors
Band to Michigan, is the cry of the and bearing the war cry of the Illini.
campaign vrorkers who have just
launched a drive for the necessary DEMISHAWN TICKETS at Univer-
funds to bring their band organization sity Hall, main corridor, Tues. and
to Ann Arbor next Saturday for the Wed., 2 to 5 p. m.-Adv.
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H IIPE NOW IN OFICE'
(Continued from Page One)
as Mr. Bonar Law accompanied by
secretary and his son-in-law, Gen.
Frederick Sykes, drove into the
d entrance.
ir George Younger, the party's.
irman, in his opening speech hear-
rc'omnmended the selection of the
niler-designate as the party's
idard-bearer.
here is much rertuirbation in sev-
quarters over the report that the
tons are to be held on the 14th or,
of Nov., instead of the 18th, which
s on Saturday.
wFde(ir is i)ssatisficd
issatisfaction on this point is par-
Tar'iy strong in Labor Party cir-
, where it is maintained that If
pol~in; is held on any day except
n '. cy Lhor voters will beI
a a fnu e::rcising their fran-
. iL.I. Thomas, at the head of
railway men, in a speech said
1g of the election for mid-week
lid be a "contemptible trick," and
view is appareitly universalE
ng the Laborites, who see a plot
educe the Labor vote. '
he Conservatives, who favor a.
week date contend it will be im-
sihle to arrange the election for,
jrday. Nov. 11, and that if it is
poned until the following Satur-
there will not be time to pass
Irish legislation before the stipu-
d date. Moreover, they maintain
, as the polls everywhere will be
a until 9 p. m. there will be plenty
ime for the Labor people to re-
1 their votes.
hatever day is chosen, it has been
resented to the oflicials c.' the
servative Party that it is undesir-
to antagoniza the Laborites even
such ap apparently trivial matter,.
consequently the eighteenth may
fixed on, especially as it is con-1
^d everywhere that ratification of
Irish Treaty no longer comes un-
the' head of contentious legisla-
Many Party Meetings
his week will be crowded with
y conventions and public meet-
. There was what is described
an "ere sy"meeting ofathe
[uit~hian Liberals (often called
c Liberals) last night, which Mr.
uith. Viscount Grey, the Marquis
Crewe, Viscount Gladstone, Lord
rdray and other leaders were

Paris, Oct. 23.-The British ambassa-
dor, Lord Harding , handed Premier
Poincare a note f om Lord ,Curzon
asking that the Near East conference
be set for a later date than Nov. 13
on 'account of the British elections.
The Paris newspapers say the con-
ference is likely to be delayed a vieek
or two.
NEW YOK IE TOLL
NOW REPRTE iASlb
TWO SEPARATE INQUIRIES A R
By Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 23.-Two separate
inquiries i ere opened todtay into the
origin of,the fire early Sunday morn-
ing in which 15 lives were lost, 1
were injured and 150 persons made
homeless. Fire Mlarshal Thomas Bro-
phy was in charge of one investiga-
tion and Assistant District Attorney
John R. Hennis of the hdmicide blr-
eau of the other. The fire is believcd
to have been of incendiary ocign.
The fire started, it is believed, un-
der the main stairway in the hall of
a five story double tenement structure'
at 110th st. and Lexington ave. Six
baby carriages had been parked thefe
the evening before. In many re-
spects the fire was similar to one on
the same street a month ago, in which
seven lives were lost.,
Six members of the family of Ab-
raham Sugarman were burned to
death and five or six minbers of the
Silver family lost their lives. Several
of the dead were killed in jumping.
The fire made rapid headway,
sheets of flame roaring through wood-
en shafts and hallways up five floors
in 15 minutes. Many thrilling rescues
were made. Frederick Strokaech
being credited by the police with sav-'
ing 18 lives. He was taken to a hos-
pital severely burned.
WALTER CAMP SAYS KIPjE.
IIRK WERE STARS OF GAME
In a statement issued to the proe
following the Michigan-0. S. U. game
Saturday, Walter Camp, one of the
spectators, said that Harry Kipke and
Bernie Kirk of the Michigan team
were the outstanding stars of the
game.

News Of The" ay
- (Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. 23.-The Angora govern-
ment ,it is said, has asked the Allied
high commissioners in Constantinople
to have the 'Greek civil authorities.
evacuate the Gallipoli peninsula, and
permit Turkish officfals to .ake their
places.
Marion, Ill., Oct. 23.-The special
grand jury which today resumed its
insvestigations of the Heron mine kill-
ing, after a month's recess, late this
afternoon returned an idictment for
murder, naming 48 persons, and an-
neu nced it had competed its work.
This made 434 persons the grand
jury has indicted in connection with
the rioting in which 23 men were
killed.
London,. Oct. 23.-A despatch to the
Press association from Dublin says
peace proposals ,have been drafted by
republicans fort consideration. by the
government. The despatch adds that
at a meeting of the Corporation in
Dublin, Councillor Murphy declared
proposals for a truce and a confer-
ence had been made to both sides of
the controversy
New Haven, Conn., Oct. 23.-It is
expected that 76,000 persons will be
packed into the Yale bowl to witness
the Yale-Army football game Satur-
day. The ticket department announc-
ed today that the last 4,000 tickets
had been sold.
Washington, Oct. 23.--Tentative
plans for an attempted flight of Army
airplanes around the world have been
under consideration for some months
by air service officials, it was learned
today, but the project has not as yet
passed the preliminary survey stage.
Valuable data of the available routes
in both directions has been obtained,
ho vecr, and ulimately -it is hoped to
send a considerable aerial squadron
on the, voyage. The project will not
Beginii C --ctober 30
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winter clothes for adults and children. Men's clothing
needed especially. Bric-abrac are also desired. Bundles
called for. CALL 398

LAST
TIMES

The CAMPUS Theatre

TONIGHT

Do you believe in S1P-O-O-K-?-

JESSE L. LASKY Presents
WALL CE REID

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Photographer to
Michigan Students

Up to 1 X52, members of the faculty took turns
at doing administration work, but the lack of
an executive head was felt, so Dr. Tappan was
elected President that year.

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