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THE WEATHER
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VOL. XXXIII. No. 64

ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922

U S~PROTESTS
GREEK EXPULSION
FROMTHEIR CITY
JOINED BY FRANCE, ENGLAND
AND ITALY IN FIRM
STAND
STATEMENT IS READ
BY U. S. DELEGATE
Government Takes Strong Position on
Turk Proposal at Near East
Conference

Named As Italian
Minister To U.

OPERA W ILL PLAY
S. SATURDAY NIGHTS E

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Due to the. large demand for tickets
to "In and Out", the management an-
nounced yesterday that a Saturday
.night performance would be added to
the run here. Previously it had plan-
ned only a matinee for Saturday, in
accordance with the custom of past
years, but a large call for tickets for
this last performance has already
been received.
The addition of this last date will
make the run in Ann Arbor seven
complete shows, the longest showing
ever made here by any opera. Last
year only five performances were giv-
en here during the first week run, no+
show being given on Monday or Satur-
day nights.
Tickets for this Saturday night

CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD TO JOIN
FOOTBALL TEAM IN
CELEBRATION
DETROIT ALUMNI PLAN
GO3) ENTFRTAINMEN °r
I Parade Through Streets; Special
Show and Dinner Features
Gathering

Fourth "In And Out" Showing
Surpasses Former Appearances
By Harry D. Hoey ture of the show. The "Toy Soldiers"
Costumes can not make operas! was cleverly executed and thoroughly
Neither can an almost perfect cast eu'jyeed, unoriginal as it was. The
lead an extravaganza to success. But spocialty dance by Herbert W. Tread-
together, the combination can work way, '25, and Lauren B. Stokesberry,
wonders. Such a union put the '24, deserves special mention for its
fourth showing of "In and Out" across clever execution.
at the Whitney theater last night. The production, as a whole,,was
With settings and gowns that vied good. The finale for act one was a
with those of any professional revue, trifle abrupt, perhaps, but it was ex-
the production far surpassed any op- cused by the music and striking tab-
era ever presented by Mimes. leau affected by the actors and by its
Lyonel Ames, '24, James Dresbach, total freshness from the usual ensem-
'24, John Grylls, '25E, and Arthur ble finale. The lines were slow in
Holden, '24, were easily the stars of; spots but the makeups showed con-
the evening. Ames, as a dainty Dutch siderable improvement over the per.
maid, more than delighted the huge formance two nights ago. With a few
audience that packed the house, by more showings the choruses will
"her" sweet, appealing voice so very without a doubt acquire the same
uncommon in "leading ladies". Be- thoroughness in detail and natural-
sides singing, Wilhelmina is a dancer ness in poise as the cast exhibited and

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(By Associated Press)
Lausanne, Dec. 7. - True to its
traditional humanitarian policy the
U. S. government took a strong po-
sition at the Near Eastern conference
today in protesting against the expul-
sion of the Greek population of Con-
stantinople. Reports that the Turks
would expel all Greeks from their
city were verified at the meeting this
afternoon when a Turkish represen-
tative announced that the departure of
all Greeks was one of the features
ef the program 'for re-adjustment of
population.
Change Must Better Conditions
An American representative then
read; the following statement: "The
American delegation is not in accord
with the proposal for any new com-
pulsory movement' of population un-
less it is clearly shown that good re-
sults will follow, as' might be the
case in the exchange of prisoners or,
of population where exchange is nec-
essary 'to serve humanitarian ends.
"Without discrimiption between
the parties the American delegation is
unable to approve, the movement in
Constantinople of the Greek popula-
tion of that city, particularly under
conditions that will send an urban
people, used to commerce, to a rural
district.
Other Countries Join Protest
"They will not hesitate to express
in pursuance of our legitimate hu-
manitarian interest our protest at any
such dislodgement of human beings."
Subsequently the representatives of
France, England and Italy joined in
'thedatscussion and strongly advisedj

minds; they urged the Turks to
flect and not to act harshly on
point.

their
a re-
this

ZAR OPEN, TODAY
IN BBOIR GYMNASIUM
Students will have an -pportunity
today and tomorrow to do a large
share of their Christias shopping at
the bazaar which opens this noon in
Barbour gymnasium. This is the sec-;
ond annual affair of its kind and ir'
being given. by members of the Wo-'
men's League and several of the Ann
Arbor churches.
Individual shops have been con-
structed in the gymnasium after the
style of the New York art shops and
hand-made fancy work and art gifts
will be sold. Each booth or shop will
be devoted to one particular special-
ty, and several novel ideas will b
carried out in a both made entirely

Prince Gelasio Caetani
Prince Gelasio Caetani, an engineer
of note, has been lamled ambassador
to-the United States to succeed Sena-
tor Ricci, whO resigned,' when, the
Fascisti came into power.. Premierj
Mussolini made the appointment.
To Entertain 200
Final arrangements are being com-
pleted for entertainment of 'the'200
poor - hildren .of Ann Arbor at the an-
nual Christmas party to be given by
the Student Christian association at
4 o'clock next Wednesday afternoon.
The party will be held in Lane hall.
A Christmas tree will be the prin-
ciple means by which the children
will be entertained. An entertaining
movie will be shown and a stunt pre-
sented by the girl members of the
committee. Candy canes, cakes, and
ice cream will be given to those who
are attending.
Those children from the University
hospital who are able to be moved
will be brought to the party and all
other children between the ages of
5 and 12 in Ann Arbor are invited.
Although it will be impossible for the
Student Christian association to call
for the children, it will see that they
are taken home.
The pine tree in the front of the
Library will be decorated next week
in conjunction with this party. Lights
will be strung to illuminate the 'trees
at night and decorations will be hung
on the branches:

show may be obtained now at the box
office of the Whitney theater. (By Associated Press)
Detroit, Dec. 7.-Elaborate arrange-
ments for the entertainment here Sat-
urday of Coach Fielding H. Yost and
his victorious gridiron stars are be-
ing completed by the University of'
Michigan club of Detroit.
A parade through the down town
section headed by the Varsity band
with the coaches and players in line
Ais among the features planned for the
Allied Premers Meeting Today Will Iday. The Ann Arbor delegation will'
Decide Reparations Bill arrive here at 3 o'clock Saturday af-
Settlement ternoon.
A "Smoker" at the Board of Com-
GATHERING DECLARED MOST merce will conclude the program.
IMPORTANT SINCE ARMISTICE Announcement was made last night
by the Detroit alumni that this year's
Paris, Dec 7.-Premier Poincaire !annual football bust will be held not
will leave at noon tomorrow for Lon- only for the football team but for the
cross country men as well, in the
don to attend the conference of allied form of a tremendous celebration of
premiers which is regarded here as Michigan's dual victory of the year.
the last great effort of the entente to The invitation to attend the bust
reach an agreement on Germany's re- was extended to Coach Farrell yester-
parations bill before France sets out day by J. M. O'Dea, '09, chairman of
independently to collect in her own the affair. It was stated that the
way. coach, manager, and the seven mem-
The, meetng. s looked upon in bhers of the cross country team would
many respects as the' most important be the guests 'of' honor at the 'bust
nc t sparintistice invving s ialong with 'the band, Varsity football
does the continuance of friendly coop- squad, an heer aers.Michian's
eration between France 'and Great is yar' team rs chityot
Britain,."factor championship ' cross .country out-
Another factor is the prevailing - fit and to them will go a share of the
pression that M. Poincaire's political honors at the gathering.
existence is at stake in the policy for All of the men will leave here at
which-the proposed Brussels finan- 1:10 o'clock tomorrow afternoon on
ichd two special interurban cars. The,
cial conference stands.1 band, as well as the cross country and'
Unless the premiers decide at Lon-fballme w ll leate at thisutand
don to convene -the Brussels meeting football men will leave at this time.
many observors believe M. Poincaire Arriving in Detroit ttey wil,. all be
will find his usefulness at end. Others transported to the.Hotel Cadillac.
think that the French premier; in the There the parade to the Capitol the,
event of a disagreement at London, ater: will be marshalled, with the Var-
will proceed to the execution of his sity band l'eading the' way, followed
pln frte'd toccupaution of huhI by the entire group. A special pro-
plan for the occupation of the Ruhr gram will be given, including movies
valley and the exploitation of. the oc- fteMhga-scsnga.
cupied ~of the,, Michigan-Wisconsin gatn'e.'
cupled Rhineland before making way'
for someone' else. Faith in the effi-I A supper will be served in the Board
ciency of this scheme appears to be of Commerce and, at the UniversityI
dcrasingyand may sayitwillrsntvebclub. ; After this there will' be a big
decreasing and many say it will never gathering at the Board of Commerce,
be resorted to. - - with former Judge James O. Murfin,
'95, as presiding officer. Ma'iy prom-

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of castile soap, a parcels post booth
and a flower shop. Home made cakes dS llITS W EVP00 I
and cookies as well as jellies and
jams will be sold by women of the
churches and candy and fudge will be tiLl fhllIIlU IU IIflILI
available at the candy booth. _----
An Oriental tea room will be open JUNIOR AND SOPH . ENGINEERSE
during the afternoon and evening both WILL TAKE ACTION
today and tomorrow with the excep- 1 TODAY.
tion of a short time during the dinner
hour when it will be closed to allow Action was taken by the advisory
patrons to attend the chicken din- committee of the sophomore lit class
ner served by the Catholic guild. - yesterday in the all-University re-
At 8:15 o'clock this evening mem- paration to theaters for losses sus-
bers of Mummers will present a tained a week ago Sunday night. The
Christmas play, "Dust of' the Road", sum of $290, which is in proportion
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. to the size of the class, was voted.
Tomorrow evening the Women's The action followed a similar move-
League will give a dance in Waterman ment taken Wednesday when the
gymnasium. President Marion L. freshmen engineers and the four arch-
Burton and Mrs. Burton, Dean Hamil- itect classes voted sums.
ton, the deans of all the schools on the The sophomore engineers and jun-
campus with their wives and the so- ior engineers meet today to take ac-
cial directors of the various dormi- tion. Members of the junior engineer-
torics and sororities will attend as ing class will meet at 10 o'clock thisj

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inent Michigan alumni will speak and -- oranatea. we wi umatey ari
Miciga n will eakvnd nual convention of the league. into another dark age, said the speal
HIPRESENT iUNIVERSITYW OshortRNaddresses willot be tgivenp by
Coach Yost and various members of "Let me ask the administration," STATES VIEWS ON RETURN , r. it we do not see the really fe,
the football team. Coach Farrell and said he, "whether there is any other FROM WASHINGTON CONFERENCE fnl)lam:ental ideas which have. bee
some of his tracksters will also say a issue it could now take1 up which' contributed to our knowledgeM
few words. would so appeal to the public at large et (By Associated Press) Frank advocated a cultural 'natina:
and so rebound to its own credit in the ism as apposed to .mere p0ltrntioa
Forty members of the University history of the country. Fxperienceec. 7.-The great
will leave Ann Arbor to attend the has shown, that any flagrant use ofest problems facing Congrs 'the next ism instead of our present "dioti
annual State Christian Callings con- IVIMIIJ . TI U patronage always loses votes for the two years are' economic on~e,; accord- and suicidal"policies, rationalized po
Terence that, is being held in Albion, WL party responsible." ing to David -M. Friday,-president of itics based upon a marrfia ge etwee
Dec. 8 to 10. The conference is for ,8E U IT UNI O 'Mr. Dana said that counting emn Michigan Agricultural college, and an government and research, a demora1
college men through out the state, Mir of states, counties, municipali- ize industry to give workers a large
and in it all of the leading college and townships, the army of civil- authority on economiswh recent- part in management t Ief
beisia associations In the state wil einigIe atoiyoneooicworcetlatiemanagementbtoineshureaul
Christian ted.w Beginning Monday, Dec. 11, and ian public employes in the United ly returned from consultations in ciency, hiberahized business, humanh
e Michindell lasting for three days, the fourth an- States numbers above 3,000,000, or Washington. ed education, socialized religion, an
The Michigan delegates will leave nual convention of the State Council one for every seven families. The President Friday declares the work a well-bred race.
Ann Arbor at 4:47 o'clock this after- of Physical Education of the Michigan payroll of this army is about $3,000,- of the coining, congress will fall into
noon on a special trailer attached to Department of Pubic Instruction will 000,000 a year, of which $600,000,000 these four classes: (1) taxation; -(2)
one of the regular interurbans to Al- isllspentL by 1the'federalE
on. the wilariebnt to be held at the Union. Members of the is spent by the federal government. debt refund legislation; (3) domesticbTat
attend Theyopeningrbanquet atm6 tocouncil from all parts of the state will One-quarter of the total of salaries economics; and (4) a broad program
attend the opening banquet at nih'-.be here for the affair, which will be paid, Mr. Dana charged, is wasted in of agriculture. In these he sees the INDU
JuliusB. Glasgow, '23, will be one d University faculty. sary duplication of work, inadequate tied during the next two years.ter h o mSIIIIALehi s d s e
ofth mihb spesern ted. Glasogwi An lentire program 'will be mapped, management and antiquated methods.' Taxatiofl is placed first. President ~
that will be presented. Glasgow will out for next year's work in physical Friday is of the, opinion that broad Some facts on the methods of bat
speak tonight on the subject "Why I education throughout the state pubE and intelligent legislation must be labor and capitalist behavior durin
Aic grammar, juno' high, and high 'passed looking toward a readjustment' a great indutril struggle yere Pr
istry". s schools F. A. Rowe, director of the FLof taxes, and he believes conr*es sented before the Liberal club la;
The principal speaker of the entire state council, will be in 'charge -of the faces its major task in this Work. night in a lecture by the Rev. H. A
conference will be Dr. Samuel Zwem-convention, and will outline a legis- Debt funding will' require action Jump, of the Congregational churc'
er, speaking on "The World Call". Dr. lative program and present a basis for --during the next two years, lie says,iMr.uin tLd how thetrie in t
Zwemer is one of the world's greatest Ithe reorganization of the body. , and will be one .of the most ximport- textile mills at Manchester, N. E
hexrton subject of Moslems. tingday evening President Marion CONTINUES ATOMIC STRUCTURE ant matters of international concern Iwhich began last February, and is si
expertseoMobeaanelastiFebruaryeandMisiot
The conference, lasting over three L. Burton and Mrs. Burton will be DISCUSSION, TO SPEAK which the administration will have to on, was provoked by the owners 4
days, will include some of the best introduced to the convention, at a din- AGAIN TODAY solve. There are also many econom- the mills. He also,spoke of the mai
known speakers in the state on the ner in their honor at the Union. Dean ,ic readjutments- that must be made, ner in which the labor leaders co
sAllen S.'Whitney, of the School nf "Atomic Structure and the Periodic he declares. duted the strike, andf the' part I
subjects that will be taken up. A. J. ' Sd.'dWhestiknadeyh pato
Elliott will deliver several addresses, Education, and Mrs. Whitney will pre- System," was the topic of a second Comprehensive legislation directed himself took in the attempts to arb
among which will be the closing side lecture given by Prof. A. Sommerfeld, toward improvement of the domestic trate between the 'strikers and t
speech at the final fellowship meeting Coach Fielding H. Yost and 'Mrs. of the University of Munich, yester- agricultural situation is seen by Pres ,enployers.
Sunday afternoon. Yost will be the guests of honor at I day afternoon in the west lecture ident Friday as essential. The "farm A discussion in which members o
6:15 o'clock Tuesday night at a second room of the Physical laboratory. bloc", he believes, does not provide 'the Liberal :'lub ad several visito
JUNIOR ENGINEERS MEET TO diner i room 319 of the Union. Professor Sommerfeld continued, in the answer to America's agricultural participated, .followed.
CONSIDER DAMAGE REPARATION n n oI thies lecture, Wednesday's discussion question. There must be,.he thinks, Announcement was made that a d
of the hydrogen and helium atoms a broader treatment of the problem, bate on the question of the prefe
All members of the junior engineer- and further traced their develop- It must be attacked from the stand- enc kof the "open" shop to ti
ing class are requested to be present ment. He extended his discussion to point of improving the condition of; "losed'' shop in American indust
at a special meeting of the class DON'T FORGET- include all atoms, tracing the dif- the American farmer and at the same will take place under the auspices
which will be held at 10 o'clock thij ferent steps in. the periodic scale time assuring an even flow of farm the club at 7:30 o'clock Thursday ev
morning in room 348 of the Engineer- That the quickest way to from the simplest to the extremely products to the American consumer ning,, Dec. 14, in Natural Science au
ing building. The meeting is called Icomplex. without increasing the financial bur- itorium. The affirmative, uphold
for the purpose of determining the sell any article that has any lHe then portrayed, by means of den of the latter. ;the "open" shop, will be defended 1
attitude of the class concerning the value at all, is through the Clas- skematic diagrams, his own ideas President Friday has a national Mr. Noel Sargent, a graduate of t
reparation of damages inflicted on the sifted Columns of the Michigan concerning the structure of the more reputation as an economics expert, University of Wisconsin, and managi
Whitney theater property during the aycomplex atoms and concluded his and is frequently called into consul- of the Open Shop Department of ti
recent celebration.pian ntalk with a discussion of radio active tation at Washington when legislation National Association of Manixfactu
just as well as small things, atoms. along these lines is under considera- ers. The negative will be argued 1

patrons and patronesses. Music for
the dance is to be furnished by Ken-;
nedy's first orchestra.
Comedy Club Meeting WednesdayI
There will be a meeting of the Com-
edy club, campus dramatic organiza-
tion, at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing in Sarah 'Caswell Angell hall. A
short one act play will be given by
several members of the club. '

morning in room 348 of the Engineer-
ing building, while sophomore engin-
eers will meet at the same place an
hour later.
MusD3olini Praises Itaillan Actress
Rome, Dec. 7.-Mussolini, recover-'
ing from a slight illness, called on
Eleanor Duse, the actress, paying
tribute to her as Italy's stage star of
stars.

First Whimsies On Sale Today
Whimsies, campus literary magaz- A tale by Robert Bartron, '25, and a
inn wil h n e b l n nale this monn- nrnhl m stnrv by Tawren eCnnra1

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Frosh Lit Meeting Postponed .
Due to the small attendance, the

houses as well as Opera Tick-
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