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% CR0OWDS SURROUND WILSON HOME lLorna Ho
?DER TO HEAR EX-PRESIDENT SPEAK Ar
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Warfield, Musicale
Well Received By Audience

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eleld the second of
certs yesterday af-

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ternoon in the Union assemably hall.
The artist, Miss Lorna Hooper War-
field gave a delightful vocal progranirc
which was, well received by a large i
audience. TIer first group consisted favreyo hmsfo Ic-1
of a variety of themes from Rach-
maninoff's "O, Thou Billowy Harvest-f
field" a pensive, minor piece, to theI
most pleasing number Moussorgsky'st
"Hopak'", a wild, Slavic melody, The1
next group started out with the vil
vacious "Ariette" by Vidal, a happy
song cull of expression. In this group :
also, a minor note was evident in De-i
THOMSON ASSERTS ORGANIZED,
STATES FOIL COMMUNISM
(Continued from Page One)
"We have lived through the war and;
now we have to live through peace.'
He showed how we are living through
a period corresponding to that:
through wh cl people event after the
battle of Waterloo, although that
fight was but a skirmish cowparedf
with the last war, that then there
was unrest, disorganization, and con-
fusion for more than twenty years.;
Since they lived through a strenuousl
time "we have room for hope.
'┬░Civilization hangs by a slendep
thread," he said, "which will be brok-
en if national life becomes disorgan-
ized. The saving of civiized countries
all over Europe may be attributed to
Russia which showed the impossibil-
ity of communism in highly civilized
communities."

bussy's "Romance." The last group,
although showing beautiful tone qual-
ity, were more somber in color. The
accompanist, Mrs. S. W. Mower, was
of the highest caibre, showing marked
technique and confidence in the ar-
tist.4
The program was supplemented by
two Ypsilanti artists. The first, Edith
H. Irion, rendered a violin solo Vieux-
temps "Ballade and Polonaise." The
piece was iitricate and splendidly ex-
ecuted in the more difficult passages.
The other, Mary A. Dickinson, a stu-
dent of Godowsky's and a pianist of
merit, presented two numbers by
Schubert, the last being the remark-
able and well known arrangement
Schubert-Tausig "Marche Militaire
opus 51.,'
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Ex-Pr esident Wilson greeting crowds at. h'is home
Denmocratic leaders believe that former President Wilson is preparing to take an active part in the selec-
tion of the Democratic presidential c andidate in 1.924, following his addres s to the crowds which called at his
home Armistice day. Wilson's remarks to his well wishers gave rise to the- Jelief that he will again become
active in politics. He repeated his faith in a. league of nations.

RO B I ILQUKE-NoODAMGE DONE
,NOFFICIAL ISTOMATES STILL
PLACE FATALITIS AT

Santiago, Nov. 15.-The authorities
of Coquimbo reported today that a!
strong earthquake accompanied by a
tidal wave was experienced at 25 m-in-
utes after midnight this morning. No
further damage was caused. The pop-a
ulation was on the alert, and no casu-
alities were reported.
Santiago, Nov. 15.-As President,
Alessandri left Wednesday to visiij
the zone devastated by Saturday's
earthquake and tidal wave, lists of'
the names of those killed in the ca-
tastrophe came in over the restored
telegraph line from many points giv-
ing pointed reality to the disaster.
While the official figures on the dead:
from the calamity received at the min-
istry of the interior, haking the to- I'
tal silghtly under 9000, has not been
added up this afternoon, unofficial es-
timates ,of the fatalities still ran as
high as 2000.
Wednesday's messages brought
fresh storie of suffering among the
thousands of homeleas, and further
details of theterrble violence of thy'
midnight earthquake and tidal wave1
LAST TIME TODAY
A PLAYGOER'S SPECIAL
"LONESOME CORNERS"
EDDIE POLO in
"CAP'N KWDD"

which laid low a score or more of CRPHNOLOGIST SAYS GUN IS
towns and villages. The scenes of ONE CAUSE OF CRIME IN U. S. wenyon WJU Give Span Lecture
the disaster, President Alessandri in. Prof. Herbert A. Kenyo will de-
tends to visit personally with his offi- ! (Continued from Page One) liver the first of a number of lectures
cial staff, in order to better direct Appeals are made within three weeks.! this evening in Room 245, University
methods of relief and give his pei- The greatest defect of your criminal Hall. These lectures wi all be in
sonal encouragement to the workers. law," he said, "is its uncertainty. The I Spanish, and are to be given under
_YG PFcriminal feels that he has a sporting the auspices of La Sociedad Hispani-
MAY SIGN UP FORI chance." ca._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-
DAILY PICTORIAL A third factor assigned to our
crime wave by Sir Basil was the hab-
it of faster living which may be due
Fraternities and other organizations to .,our more exhilirating climate.
desiring extra copies of The Daily pic- "When I first arrived in New York I
torial editionoticed the high speed of traffic, that
toaleditn, ot Saturday, s You drive 'faster. Then exchange of
make advance reservations no lateqil!ideas is quicker here."
than today. Only 5000 copies will be IFR -__qucker _e. OM
printed. Reservations for copies may Form '26 Glee Club
be made with the circulation manag- More than 25 first year men turned HE
er of The Daily. .outfor the organization of the fresh- iiTH
The issue will be a 16 page roto- man glee club last night at the Un-
4 ~ion.
gravure. In addition to being an ex- lion.
cellent memoir of this year's athet- HUERT Nit -75 .00
ics to date, it will contain pictures ICHIGAN Pp.Mats.Tues.,Thurs-
of Michigan's building operations and Opposite Cadllac f and Sat., 25c and5Tc
general campus activities. Latest pho- T eCi Hotel Main 770' C
tographs of the construction work onELL C
the new University buildings, fur-: I tTi Kister's Romantic Comedy
nished by the buildings and grounds "WIEN KNIGHTHOOD ORDERS
department of the University, will WAS IN FLOWER"

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Two college men, were walking down the road,
when a classmate whizzed by in his car.
"Pretty soft!" sighed one.
Said the other, "I'll show him. Some day
I'll own a car that's got his stopped thirty ways."
The more some men want a thing, the harder
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this fact: You can buy a text book for two or
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thousand-once you have digested the contents.
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college authorities bar certain luxuries as un-
democratic-as perhaps they are.
The philosophy'that will carry you through is
this: "My day will come-and the more work
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