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November 29, 1922 - Image 2

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(By Associated Press)
Chicago, -Nov. 23.--Speaking before
an enthusiastic audience in .the aud-
itoriumn today, Georges 'Clemenceaun
took the epitaph on General Grants
tomb, "Let us have peace," as his'
The "Tiger of France," welcomedr
in two cordial pro-French addresses
by Brig. Gen. Jacob M. Dickinson and'
Charles D. Dawes, -declared he "had
no speech left" because they hadz
taken the message from his lips.
Clemenceau then went into another
defense of Fran~ce against the charges E
of militarism and imperialism, declar-
ing France was not so charged when
she was holding the Western Front j
against Germany.
Presenting figures, on F'rance's
losses he said, America , had she suf-
fered equally, would have had 4,000,-'
&;,0 dead and 10,00,000 wounded.' The
fate of the war was decided the day
it became known America was on the
fighting line, he declared.
"You hear every day that we want
to crush Germany," he said. "No! No!
We .don't want to crush a mani that

Iwel fare BureauI The distinctive feature of dress as
Iadopted by the class consists ina
To Care For Poorj checked mackinaw shirt.' Only mm
bers of this class will be permit -ted
to buy them at this special race, a
When the Christmas tide rollsI list of the '24Ea's being kept at the
around thiA year, the joys and cone~ stores. The first order will bre receiv-
forts that; go to 'make' this season a 'Ed within ten days.
happy one will not be found lacking ______
inl the families of the ,poor. _ T EAESTOA
Already" hands are at work in an cif- ;J LDR4 DLAE OA
fort to brighten the Christmas for the )kfOR TORONTO CONFERIENC,
less fortunate. The different organi-
zations that are interested in thisf Thomas L. Underwood, '23L,- who
work are getting together and co-op- was recently chosen by the Unioni to
crating their efforts, with the advan- =represent it at th~e annual conference
tage that all needy families 'will be o olg n nvriyuin t
taken care of with equal consideraz fcleg n nvrit nor.c
be held Thursday at Toronto, C ah,
tion. With this view, the Family Wel-wl ev n ro ensa o
fare bureau, which has investigatedthtcy. tiso rem rd
conditions has made out a list of the that, cince Ite ichiganeUnion is to
poor families which 'will be used in;tasnc h ihga no sL
a large extent the father of unions
the work of the local organizations,r in view of the superiority of it ;
jheaded by the Students Christian as- buligadIgnztoterpe
I soiaton.sentative froin this university has an
1{ ! important place in the business of the
O)RIERS 'O R uJwEN v3NEER l'convention.-
4X:113 i lTS tBE IN ODiAY!
-- ~~~No Mail 'Delivery ~'tnsiii
All junior engineering students whoIMalcriswllntovrher
wish to obtan their "distinctive des routes tomorroaw. the post office and,
in the first consignment must place various sub-stations will be closed allI
their orders today at Wuierth's cloth- day and all banks will close in oh-
ing store or with any of the following servance of Thanksgiving day.
;junior engineers: C. A. Miller, M. D.
Latson, H, E. Biggs, and R. H. Trites.
An initial .payment of $1 must be made
upon placing the order, the remainder
of the $3.75 being payed when the L O O
order is filled.!
___ __ __ __ __ TH IS SI N! ,

Call 445 ~Huron St. Taxi. 25c.-Adv..

Huron St.

whio was heard in the Ba~nd Bouince last night at Dill auditorim. 3

Prof. Jonathan A. Hildner, of the,
German department, has been appoint-
ed chairman of a committee to ins
vestigate fiinancial conditions of for-
eign student sadto Supervise the
projlct of a foroign student Joan.
This loan has been proposed as a

Adiscussion of the practice oif gland
transference, in The Sunday Alagazine
for" December 3.--Adv.

the s

ives pleasure,
Frgtey~s satif
sweet tooth and -
appetite and
cheer itafter
Get Your
Smeal is highly premm
ocarry it always
you is but riea- mt
ble foresight.
S cents'
the package
Seated lh

owes us money." solution of the problem ccafrontnig
The eager viowd, unable to hear, many foreign students now attending
broke ,in and, applauded until the "Ti- the University._ Coming from Iistan~t
gecr" got behind a loud speaking 'de-ladtoanw ndsrngcuty
vice that brought his voice to a roar. th tdns ecueo oiia
"Germany," he declared, "has a teesuetbcueo oiia
power to rc,uperate that I cannot abut: uprisings in their' own countries or
admire", other causes, have frequently found
Asserting he had been called a liar themselves stranded financially. It
for his char~ge that Germany was pre- is opeetastain~ hskn
paring for war he said he could read that such a loan has been suggested.
official gures of armeod caches in If for sonic reason the governnien"
Germany to "see who was telling the allowances are delayed, foreign stu-
truth"}. dents would be able to 'draw on the
The discoveries reveal, 1- cannon proposed fund and repay the bozrr'
and 240 Howitzers dug up from the E oe ltr
caces;18 arg 1~ldguns and 107' In one instance of this kind, quot-
cannon found In Saxcny; 3,000 sets of ing Ying Hsu, '24E, president of the
~field equipment found in BKerlin and! Chinese Student club, "Two students 1 0 b t h s o a e t t t e U i e st f.M ci a
"MLultiplyfthis; by 50 and you have last year by the Chinese government
an idea o what~ has b;een found to on arriving in Ann Arbor, found tl alj
date," he added. their funds hadl been delayed, due to
He donic-d he had preited wvar in political difficulties at home. The
a short timge. "I don)'t pi~editct, I Chinese cl0b, with+ some trouble' was
warn,"' he said[. " can' t ,ay when it finally ab'e to advance the money."
will come but I ain lustifled in say- Ai'ccording to Prof. }iildner the for-
ing that All these preparationzs are eign students loan. would eliminate
not fozr peace." such difficulties,. He further addsE
I:eirn esi ltma o:e a o ny hns tdns u proach AmeoricaL the "Tiger" reiterat-; almost all foreign students, are atl
ed that lie did not think this country! some tine confronted with a like sit-
"dlid just right" in, leaving E~urope 'nation. One of the big 'problems tc-,
alone to enforce the treaty of peace. self-supporting foreign students, he'
says, is the exchange in money, which
RED C ROSS PO L not only causes a delay, but also,
, f . !greatly depreciates the wyorth of for-
CALL UCCESFULegn currenicy.


Itb M -EAV~ ERfec-A
tion. in Cleaning
and Pressing




_. . _

Recen~t returns show that the local
Red iCross roll call has now, reached
a total of 2,500 memberships.. Thi-k
surpasses last year's record by 500
members. The roll call this year was
to have extended from Armistice day)1
Nov. 11, through Thanksgiving day,.
Nov. 30, but it wras delayed almost a3
wreek because of the commuunity drive
which began at the same tine. In'
'spite of this delay, Dr. S. S. R{obin.;,
general chairman, reports that this
year's campaign has niet. with greater
success than -was anticipated by even
the most enthiusiastic.
It Is Dr. Robins' belief that a great!
part of the camipaign's success was
due to the special appeal made by the
Near East fund which the Red Cross
"lso sponsored at this time.
The report shows that 105 member-
ships have been received from frater-
nities so far and it is believed that
the final checking up Thursday will!
greatly increase this number.
Splendid Thanksgiving turkey. din-
ner, $1.51~. 12-2 p. M.-Adv.
Ty Pew nriters
Fentad or Sold
- _ coi Easy Terms
R 9u You can rent s
any typewriter
you select from
our catalog w.ith
L~t -- the privilege of
deducting from
th e prch se price all rental paid dor-
ig the fas=t 5ix months, should you
at any time (lecidec to buy the type-
writer. Or you can buy on smnall
nt)710ly paymrents.
FRE TRIAL Anvr nuthine you select
on tent days' free trial. If yout are.
not satisiied for any reason whatever,
you se-nd it back at our expense.
ALL MKE lelaes tmodels, Under-
wok~od, Self-starting Reming-ton, Silent
I. C. Smith, etc. Every machine is
in perfect condiition-rebuilt by our
ecclusive Young ProIcess, and, backed
by our ioca guarantee. You are
satisfied or your monley is refunded.

Music for the IEngineering Society
dance which will be given' tonight at
the Union will be provided by the Un;*
ion orchestra, featuring James J.
Johnson, '23, in original interpreta-
tions of the latest s ngs. I
This will be the fourth entertain-
mient of the society since the open-
mgof the fall- term, and will be fol-
lowed by a combined srhioker and bus-
iness meeting which will be held
sometime' before Christmas vacation.


Is serving a splendid steak
supper every evening.-Adv.

and fish


Let Faizamo 7Ikers
tell yoga

-and after all, what
other cigarette is
so highly respected
bso manayamen

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