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Londoners Elect
MANYINew Lord Mayor
National Vote to Find Severail Sena-,
toral, Prohibition and
Bonus Fights
ARE LARGE INUMBER OF WOMEN :
CANDIPATES FOR WASHINGTON
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 6.-Endorsement or .
rejection of President Harding's ad-
ministration by the voters of Ohio, ..
senatorial fights in the Buckeye
state, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Wis-
consin, Minnesota, Missouri, North Da-
kota, Nebraska and Texas, and the ac-"
tivities of a large number of women
candidates for important offices are
the outstanding features in today's
elections in the middle west.
Prohibition is an issue ii several
states. There are a number of impor-
tang referendums including state sold- . Lord Mayor Moore
iers' boms laws. South Dakota has Lord Mayor Moore, newly elected
several initiative and referendum ac- London executive, is an official with
Lions, and in Texas, Oklahoma, and many years' experience in municipal
Kansas the Klu Klux Klan has been government. He is a worthy success-
made an issue. or to London's long list of official
Most of President Harding's cabinet mayors.
have gone into Ohio to urge the voters
to endorse the national administration 70 years. The action was taken in or-
by returning a Republican senator and der that retiring . faculty members
Republican congressmen. Representa- may realize the full benefit of the pro-
tive Siman Fessis is the Republican visions of the Carnegie Fondation
candidate for senator against the fund.
.present incumbent, Altee Pomerene.
Ohio, the home of the anti-saloon
league and of Prohibition Director
Haynes, also will vote on the beer -N
and wine amendment.
Interest in Indiana is centered in the ;_
senatorial race between former Sena-
ter Albert J. Beveridge, Repullican,
and former Gov. Samuel Ralston, THREE EVENTS ARE SCHEDUTLED
'Democrat. Mr. Beveridge, a follower TO TAKE PLACE MORNIN4
of Colonel Roosevelt in 1912, defeated OF NO.1s
Senator Harry S. New, close friend of
the President, in the primaries last Fat -
spring. Miss Astor Cathleen O'Keef, Final arrangements have been
running for congress on the Demo- made for the annual fall clash be-
cratic ticket, is the first woman nom- tween the freshman and sophomore
iated for that honor in the Hoosier classes, to be held on the morning of
state. Illinois has a woman candidate . , t bey eld.
or cngrssma atlarg, Ms. Wni-Nov. 18, at erry field.
for congressman at large, Mrs. W~ini- Of the three contests chosen to try
fred M. Hunt, who is a Republican the prowess of the opposing classes,
nominee to fill the unexpired term of two are already known to the class of
her father, the late William Mason. '25. The flag rush, the first event
Several hot fights are on in the con- to be played off, consists of an at-
gressional race, one in the Danville tempt by the yearlings to defend
district, where a successor to Uncle three poles with the coveted colors
Je Cannon is to be chosen nailed to them from the attacks of the
Minnesota boasts a woman candi- sophomores. All members of both
date for U. S. senator, Mrs. Anna Dic- classes participate in this event.
kie Olesen, Democrat, who is opposing
Senator Frank B. Kellogg. For the obstacle race three ten man
teams will be chosen from each class,
Three races will be run, the class
FALL BA D BOUIIwinning two being declared victorious
Ii Iin the whole event. The course will
consist of a circular track on which
are placed two barrels and two ten
foot barriers. If any member of ei-
_ther team is unable to negotiate these
Plans for the annual fall Band obstacles, the entire team will be rul-
Bounce on Nov. 28, are nearly com- ed out.pillow fight, which has not been
pleted and the program has practic- used since the fall of 1920 will be re-
ally been decided, according to Carleintroduced this year. The game is
ton Pearce, 24M, the business manplayed by two contestants armed with
T ergam icd pillows and mounted on saw horses,
The tentative program includes uthe b object being to knck the opon-
numbers by the band, a marimba- the rom' hi ho The p of
phone solo by Burton Hyde, '25M, a ent from his horse. Three pairs of
novelty dance by Hortense Hoad, '24, players will be fightg in each of
and Gordon Wier, '24, a one act farce, the three rounds. As in the obstacle
vritten by Don Coney, '24, and L. J. race, the side taking two heats will
Hershdorfer, '23, starring Bethany be considered the winner.
Lovel, '25,apd Howard Donahue, "'24, .Pep meetings will be held on the
a solo by RobertDieterle '23Man, d day preceding the games. The com-
a number by the Varsity banjo quintd mittee in charge of all arrangements
to is composed of W. C. Rice, '23L,
The fall Band Bounce is an annual chairman, W. K. Scherer, '24, H. J.
ILivingstone, '23, and J. R. Polhamus,
affair staged to help defray the gen- ' g ,P,
eral operating expenses of the band. ,-
PROPOS TO ADD TWO MORE L ' SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
MEMBERS TO SENATE COUNCILj AT REX'
ErrAT wwAREX'S nv

- The landing of Allied or American Tn
sailors from the warships will not be st
permittedTunless by special permis- tl
sion of the Angora government. This
pronouncement is made in one or two g
additional notes, which Hamid Bey N
HIP ON 'handed to the Allied commissioners.
The first deals with the visit to Ke- f
Great Uritain and France to See That malist ports of eight Allied and Amer- t
Turkey Carries Out Her ican warships and declared that the C
Promises port authorities have been instructed c,
not to permit a landing. In accord- ti
URKS DEMAND WITHDRAWAL ance with maritime laws, the Turks
OF ALL SHIPS FROM STRAITS require that these vessels salute the a
Turkish flag.. w
The other note sets up a claim for b
*-(By Associated Press) gt immediate handing over to the An- a
Constantinople, Nov. 6.-Though theal
nationalist civil power is in control in gora government of the Turkish rail-{
ways in Europe and Asia, which are c
Constantinople, the entente does not'udr epoay lieconrl
intend, for the present at least, to under temporary allied control.
lose its grip on the point that the
Turks must live up to the-convention
drawn up at Mudania, and it is not 0,N EW [B1E NITIS
doubted that the other entente coun- V
tries will fall into line on this poli- nr
cy. 10LL il
There is every desire, hlowcver, tq
meet Turkish aspirations within thejpermissio for the nationalizing of
properslimitssrnd to this end the Alrhg
lied commissioners today issued the two local fraternities and sororities,!
following stateinent: "Tlie inter-Al- the recognizing of o ae organizationl
lied high commissioners are firmly re- and the permission for the change of
solved to observe impartially with re- name of another were given these
gard to events which concern the in- various organizations by the Univer-
ternal policies of Turkey. The Al- sity through the Senate committee of!
lie gesras wll ontme o aplyStudent Affairs at its last meeting, -
the causes of the Mudania convention j according to a report from the office
and maintain order. and security in3 of Joseph F. Bursley, Dean of Stu-
the zones occupied by the Allied ar- I dents, chairman of the committee.
mies." .y !Alpha Delta Zeta, local sorority, hasj
teplying to the last communication spent its year of probation on the
from Angora concerning the Lausanne campus as a house-club, and has re-
conference, the commissioners, while cently been granted a charter of the!
renouncing the wish to interfere with
Turkish policies, expressed the hope
that there will be only one Turkish
delegatlon to the conference. Oi ONE VJLLAR
The Turkish ..Nationalist govern- OR fORi
ment has handed a. note to the :Allied FOR YOUR 01-D PEN
High ConImissioners here to the ef- STANDAD MAKE
fect. that the Warships of all nations In Exe iang. [or a
must ask it for .authorization to pass, RIDER M MT ' Z P E M
the Straits of thee. Dardanelles, the And your pen trobt are ov
Havas .correspondent here has been R DER'S PEN ME P
informed, They must also salute the
new government of Turkey.
Hamid Bey, representative of the
Angora goveriment,.in a note to the
Entente powers, demands withdrawal p
of the Allied troops from Constant-
inople. .. . MEAL TICKETS:
An Allied. extraorlinary council de- SU4IAY DINNER AND SUPPE
cided to refute categorically the de- WE SPECIALIZE]
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The Turks have torn up the Mudan- FREE DANC
ia convention and gendarmes are mov-
ing into areas known as neutral.
Turkish nationalist gendarmes arc s
advancing into the British Chanak "GET THE
area. - .
The Kemalists have established an S. an Street
administration at .ierjaz.

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allation ritual to be given during
he Christmas recess
The Taumen club has also been
ranted a similar petition. It will
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raternity during the Christmas vaca-
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Brhatrika will be the'name of a re-
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s report, Dean Burshey stated that!
thorough investigation had been in-
ituted by Ohio officials . under the
rection of Governor Harry Davis.*
In the Senate meeting, which fol-
wed the Council meeting, the annual
port of the Senate Council was
ad. The report was written by Prof.
. W. Buntin of the eDntal college,
ho was secretary of the Council
iring the past year.
The meeting was informed of the
tion of the Board of Regents in plac-
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