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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _________

IRELAND EINTERS
BRTS M'PHInauguroition Ceremonies;. Unmarred
by Hostility from
Republicans

President Ch ocoes
M innesota Lawyer
For Supreme Bench

CONVENTION TO LAY
PLANS FOR GYM WORK,~

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TINO RY IIEALY TAKES OATH
AS NEW GOVERNOR-GENERALI

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(By Associated, Press)
Dublin, Dec. 6. - Inauguration of
the, Irish Free state as one of the
dominions of the British empire, took
place todlay. The ceremonies were
simple and unmarr~ed by hostile dem-
onstrations by the Republican minor-
ity._ The oath was *adlministered to,
Timothy Healyr as 'governor general
; by the lord chief justice at Mr. Healy's
r'esidence in Chapelizod.
There were no crowds outside the
*jparliament house 'when the' Dail met
tonight.
The ministers and others connected
with the goivernm'ent made their wmay
to parliament chiamber "by .a private
entrance from the adjoining govern.-
ment offices, and no visitors were ad-!
witted.
' William T.. Cosgrave, president of
! the Dail, was the first one to be
N' sworn and to sign the roll. The form
of the oath of, allegiance was primar-
ily, to the constitution of the Irish
t~ree state, and then to congratulate
IKing George as the head of, the jpeo-
S ple forming* the British c~ommon-
' wealth,
7 POSTAL SERVICE NEDS
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z A'NY SOUGHT TO HANDLE MAIL
CONGESTION DURING XMAS
' tiVACATION
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'dI t RE I)AY P~ROGRhAM INCLUD)ESC
1)1S(ATS$!ON S, 13ANQU ET.lS,
A .II) SPEECHIESe
:a I Next )"Er'~s course, ',.) gymnasium'
work in the state public grammar and
pp: high schools will be planned Belle
SDec. 11, 12, and 13, at the fourth an-
' ~nual convention of the State Council'
of Physical Education of he Michi-.
gn Department of Public Instruc-
tion, which will be head at the Union.
f The first of the three days will be
devoted to a discussion of the junior
high scbool program. That evening
:~President Marion L. Burton and' Mrs.
I Burton will' be guests of the conven-
tion at a dinner in the Union.
1 ' Tuesday morning. comparative ath-
letics for girls and responsibility for
the health program will be discuss-:
edI. in the afternoon talks will kbe
given concerning ability tests, the!
present dlay trend of physical educa-
tion, and plans of the American Phys-3
161l Education association will be
mentioned. At 6:15 o'clock a dinner1
.' ( will be given for Coach Fielding H.
IYost and Mrs. Yrost.
Pierec Butler The program for the final morning
President Hlarding has named Pierce of the convention will consist of three
Butler, attorney of St. Paul, Minn.,talks from ,members of the council.
justice of the United States supreme , Mss Florence List will speak on
,or.Bte s e nw mn "Professional Ethics," C. F. Tambling
Domrt. ofu t h i e .lkno n i n ote c nra l discuss "State Basketball Tour-
riemersof te br i thecenralnaments," and Floyd A. Rowe, director
___________ _____ of the State Council of Physical Edu-
cation, will conclude thne meeting with
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv. a legislative program and an outline

II FTSUGGESTIONS

for the reorganization of the state' leers who are unable to do so are ask- i~r~' o1;c, held by :Mpln Ni fourth floor, University hall. Par
council. ed to be present anyway. . All faChalum111-1 ni embers of Al- the program will be a debate on
pha Nu, public speaking society-, -wi:l question "Resolved: that presider
Veterans to be Photoed Engineering Society to hecar h(ales be invited to the meeting to be held candidates should be nominated
A'1 members of the Veterans of R. C. Kales, the designer of the new totlnloro night in the Alpha Nu room. ,d~rect primIaries."
*Foreign Wars will assemble at 1:,30, Field house on Ferry field, 'will speak
o'clock Saturday afternoon in front to the members of the Engineering so -_______________________________________
of Alumni Memorial hall to have a! ciety at their next general meeting
group picture taken for the Michigan- which will be held" at 7:30 o'clock
ensian. Everyone is expected to ap-. Tuesday night in the reading room ~T ~~.1~-__
pear' in uniform if possible but mem- of the 'Union. """"I"~~JL LJ

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As in former years,' during the
Christmas rush, a limited number of
jobs wi'l be offerod to students by
the 'United States, postal service it
Detroit, postoffice and on the firm'
tr'ains. Three. types of ,,work 'will be
avallabh*.
The first. will consist in work in thc'
Detroit p6stof'ce sorting . mail. 0n(
hundred men will 1e. needed far' thi
work, :which will start Dec.. 16 or 17
Twenty-five alen will also :be neede<
in the Michigan Central railway term
final to'handle mail.
A third position will be open. to 11,
nieh as sorters on mail trains.r Stu-
dents are . preferred who~ live in o=
near 'Grand Rapids, as 'the, majority of
tlre runs, will be in this 'part of the
state. For this position, it will be ne'
cessary to appzy to' the Chief Clerk.
R:i'way" Mall Service, Grand Rapids
For all of these, positions it will be
necessary to write a letter, of appli-
t ation and to apply to the local, 'post-
master for his recommendation before
sending in the application.i
Scabbard 'and Blade to Organize
Organization of a local chapter o0
Scabbard and Elade national honor
ary iilitarT fraternity, was esfecte
here last week, and initiations wil
be held in the near future. Cadet of
ficers of the R.O.T.C. are eligible fom
mnembership and in selecting mremberi
military proficiency -iw the first con
sideration, with scholarship Gnd par
tciptionin acampufi activities alsi
coutigas requirements..
'Lose something'? A 'elasst$b.d
the' Daily will find it.-Adv.
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