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THE MICHIGA?

DAILY

GION
DRAFT

TREASURE SEARCH ~
TO "LOST PALACE"

FLIES 190 MILES PER HOUR;
ESTABLISHES WORLD RECORD

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Waington, Sept. 30.-A campaign
for enactment of a universal service
act, under which all the nation's re-
sources-man-power, capital, utilities
and industry-would be "drafted" au-
tomatically upon a future declaration
of war, will be launched by the Ameri-
can Legion at its annual convention
in New Orleans next month.
A proposed "general conscription"
statute will be presented to the 'Le-.
gionnaires by Col. D. John Markey,
chairman of the Legion's military af-
fairs committee, which was instructed
by the 1921 convention to study the
problem.
Representatives of the War Depart-
ment helped draft the proposed law,
indicating that official indorsement of
the movemnt to be started by the Le-
gion will be forthcoming.
It was reported on good authority
today that Secretary Weeks had a-
ready given the proposal his inform-
al approval.
CORAL UIO ASK
CANDIDATES FOR CHORAL UNION
WILL BE HEARD THIS
a_ WEEK
Earl V. Moore, acting conductor of
the University Choral Union, has re-
quested all members of last year's
Choral Union who desire to retain
their membership this year, to enroll
immediately at the University School
of Music in order that the number of
,vacancies which are to be filled by
new members may be determined.
Candidates fo the Choral Union
will be heard at the School of Music
from 4 to 5:30 o'clock Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Friday of this week. All per-
sons who have a reasonably good voice
and a reading knowledge of music are
eligible whether students or towns-
people.
Members of the chorus are required
'to pay a nominal membership fee and
must attend rehearsals regularly.
They are provided with pass tickets
for all the concerts in the Choral Un-
f ion and Extra Concert series so long
as they remain in good standing.
STUDENTS ATTEND
CHURCH SOCIALS
Ann Arbor churches entertained]
their members and visitors last night
inan effort to interest the studnts in
the affairs of the, church. A large
crowd was present at each gathering
and each testified to the, success of the
evening.
At the Baptist church Tang and
Tavares, well-known entertainers, de-
lighted the crowd with their playing
of the ukelele and guitar. Gaies
were' played under thehsupervision of
Kenneth Slater, '2, chairman of the
committee in charge.
Robert Dieterle, assisted by Earl V.
Moore, sang at the Congregational
church. Afterwards refreshments were
served.
The crowd at the Church o the
Disciples had a social gathering. Un-
der the direction of R. E. MArdle, '24,
they sang and played games.
The Episcopalians gave a dance at
Harris hall lasting until 12' o'clock.
Thiss the first of a series of parties
to e given by the Hobart guild and
was given under the direction of Miss
Marion Murray, '24M.
A county fair was the main attrac-
tion at Wesley, hal, where the
Methodists held their ,meeting. Ross
'Fox was chairman of the social com--
mittee.
Prof. Alfred Nelson of the engineer-
ing department was the principal
speaker at the Presbyterian church.
Mr. Lowry, a member of the board of
trustees, and Dr. L. A. Barret, the pas-
tor, also spoke. Mrs. Lowry and Miss
Elizabeth Zwenler entertained with
their singing. The program was ar-

ranged by Miss Mary Harris, '23, and
Fred Bait, '26M.
SPECIFICATIONS GIVEN FOR
FRESHMEN FOOTBALL SQUAD
The freshman football squad is open
to all first year men on the campus,
according to a statement given out
yesterday by Coach, C. E. Mather,
who says, "Anyone who has played at
any other university but who has not
had three years of college competition
is entitled to participate." Coach
Matber has seven assistants helping
him build a freshman team. In the
case enough additional men turn out
for practice to warrant more coaches
they will be secured."
De Molay Plans First Entertainment
The Order of De Molay will meet
at Harris hall Wednesday.. The
meeting will be of a purely social na-
ture. music and eats being on the
program for the evening.
This meeting will be open to all De
Molays, whether they are members
of the Ann Arbor chapter or not.
Members are requested to bring their
membership cards.
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F. L. CuRningham.
F. L. Cunninh: -n o= Los An-
geles, a former colonel Pn the Boer
war, is leading an expeditior into
Mexico to search for the lost tr.a'
ure of the A..tecs. believed to, be
buried beneath the "Lost Palace".
which Cunningham located in .he
state of Nayarit.
CARSON,'16, RHODES
SCHOLAR, RETURNS
Ralph Carson, '17, has returned
from Oxford university, England,
where he has been a Rhodes scholar
since January, 1920. He returned
three months before the conclusion of
his appointment in order that he
might continue without interruption
his law studies here.
Carson was elected president of the
Oxford Union in March, this year, for
the regular term o'6 eight weeks. This
is the same position to which Asquith
and other English statesmen of note
were elected while at the university,
and has been held by only three
Americans including Carson.
Carson received the degree of A.B.
in jurisprudence while in residence at
Oxford.
Varsity Blotter Published
The Varsity blotter, which is issued
each year to the students, is now
available. The blotter, 18 by 24 inches,
may, be secured by calling at the
Press building.
For Pens and Good Repairing

Etampes, France, Sept. 30.-Flying
at the rate of 325 kilometers, approxi-
mately 190 miles per hour, Sadi Le-
cointe, noted French aviator, set a
new world's record for kilometers to-
day in the race for the Deutsche cup.
Lecointe's plane turned turtle in
landing but the aviator was unhurt.
Previously M. Lasne, French airman,
smashed the world's aviation record
for 300 kilometers by averaging ap-
proximately 177 miles an hour.
Pottery Workers Walk Out Tonight.
East Liverpool, 0., Sept. 30.-More
tian 7,000 skilled pottery workers
throughout the United States will
strike tonight in the first serious dis-
pute in the ceramic industry in 28
years. Workers will walk out be-
States Potters association, the manu-
cause of the refusal of the United
facturers' organization, to grant the
demand of the working potters for a 7
per cent wage raise. Ten thousand
unskilled workers also will be af-
fected. East Liverpool and Trenton,
N. J., are the largest points affected.
YANKEES CINCH
LEAGUE PENNANT
Boston, Sept. 30.-New York won
the American league pennant by de-
feating Boston, 3 to 1, today.
The Yankees can lose a game in
Washington tomorrow and still finish
first.-
JUGOSLAVIA HIGH OFFICIALS
DENY REVOLT IN PROGRESS
Washington, Sept. 30.-The legation
of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and
Slovenes, received a telegram from
its government in Belgrade tonight
declaring that reports of revolution in
the kingdom, circulated in a section
of the forengn press, are so grotesque
as to highly merit an official denial."
PORTUGUESE SITUATION UNDER
CONTROL OF AUTHORITIES
Lisbon, Sept. 30. - Precautionary
measures have been taken by the po-
lice against further outbreaks tend-
ing towards revolution. The military
authorities are also engaged in strict
surveillance ofrevolutionary move-
ments, which wetre feared to have
started here yesterday. All is quiet
today.
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DEMS WILL FIGHT
FOR SENATORSHIPS
(By Assocfated Press)
Washington, Sept. 30.-Determina-
tion of the democratic party "to
wage an earnest and aggressive fight
in every case where a senatorship is
at stake this fall" was announced to-
day by the democratic national sena-
torial committee in a statement by
Frank A. Hampton, secretary-treasur-
"The democratic party in every
case," the statement said, "offers the
candidate whose private lie, public ca-
reer, ability and general equipment,
commands plenty of respect and de-
serves the support of the people."
The statement further said that
"while the democrats have recognized
the women of the United States by
nomination of two able and public-
spirited woman leaders for the United
States Senate, in Wisconsin, Miss Jes-

se J. Hooper, and in Minnesota Mrs.
Anna D. Oleson, the republican par-
ty has failed to recognize the women."

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Rider, the pen speclalist.-Adv.
WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
4:30-Student volunteers meet in Up-
per room, Lane hall.
6:00-Prof. -R. X. Wenley, "Miscon-
ceptions of Religion," Harris hall;
followed by a supper.
6:30-Baptist guild topic, "Why the
Guild?" Hugh Potter, leader.
8:30 and 10.00-Services at Catholic
Students' chapel.

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Manon-Il Sogno (The Dream) (Massenet) In Italian
The Little Shawl of Blue (Teschemacher-Hewitt)
Old Folks at home (Swanee River) (Stephen C. Foster)
Herodiade-Vision Fugitive (Fleeting Vision) (Massenet) In French
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Wertenrath
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Symphonie Espagnole-Andante (Lalo) Violin Solo
Walkure-Ride of the Valkyries (Wagner-Hutcheson) Pian
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Valse Sentimentale (Schubert-Franko) iVolin Solo
Semiraide-Overture-Part I
Semiranide-Overture-Past 11
Casse Noisette-:Valse des Fleurs
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Keep Step with the Union-March
Gallant Seventh-March
LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS
Little Coon's Prayer
Wonderland of Dreamy
Becky is Bifek in the Ballet
Shiek of Avenue B
My Buddy
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Only a Smile
My Machree's Lullaby
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My Cradle Melody

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Hans Kindler
Erika AMorini
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Symplony Orchestra

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John Steel
Charles Harrison
Aileen Stanley
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Can You Forget-FoxTrot
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Say It While Dancing-Fox Trot
I'm Just Wild About Harry-Fox Trot
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