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THE MICHIGAN DAILY3

UUM t1I1[LBLUEINSTUflK I
SATUDN VSIATION b.E ,,,) 1L
fE ;aV .E1, ?RQ NI'T ME I
Investig at,on Cof the student situa-
ton looking to a.reorganization of
the student coouncil ,:s an institution,
if a better plan of re(organization cani
be found, was j gun yesterday' by
the comimittee appoin tedt for that liar-
pose recently by theo Senate council.;t
The thiree memibers of the commnit-
tce, rof. Mforr'is P. Tilley, represent-
ing the Unive(rsity Conmittec on Dis-)
ciline;. Dean Alfred HI. Lloyd, repro-
senting the Senate c .ncil1; and Prof.
Evaistna olbro: k, representing the
Senate (Commi~ttee on Student Affairs,
met withi the presidents of the senior
classes an other students to talki
ovter thle situiationi.
4 number (of lcanges in electior
and repres-,entation wecre suggested,
and ideas we cre echanitigedl as to what
the exact. function of the council
a1hou1d be on tl c Campus.
Hleariugs fill continue, and other
studen2ts wVi lx aslked to givte their
ideas before thes in,-,estigatilg'coirn-
rm t-(, in an effort to findl out Whether
it is possib le to find a better plan of
organlzat;on for the council.

U. S hol s Watime The hockey team will have its in-'
W r e Fo Theft1meKWisconsin here JTan. 12 and YET I
13. Later in the month, Jan. 19 ant)/
20, it will again meet Wisconsini on
Its opponents home ground. Notre I A II T T A
Dame will send its team here Jan. Plans for attempting the passage of
26. the Burson pension b311l over Presi-
I I Two events are t~ow scheduled oan dent Harding's veto. were abandoned.
the'Wornen's League program between!
< .. .: .---~- .~ rn Appointment of D. R. Crissinger,
K. CstleandCompny wll ppea inpresent comptroller of the currency,
I-WiAudtorim Jn. 1 whle As1 as governor of the Federal Resaerve
. . ea Barbour will give some inter- rO~~

Kels, enty Mhilssing in Disasterisi
MINE MEN BIAGREE Kes'WshJn 5-h issn
list in the Cowlitz river bridge disas-
ter was fixed at 20 today throughj the
j(By-Associated Press)# location of 4 niersons who were on the
Chicago, Jan. 5.-Prosects of anl list last night investigators addlrg at
'agremen wer mea;er oday a si the timie an unidlentified *man. lhis
agremen wer meger oda makes the total missing 20,- in addi-
unien soft coal miners and operators i tion to 2- known dead.
began their third day's conference to 4 ___________

Patronize Dail'

:Ind an agreeable method for" fixing
new contracts at the expiration March;
31 of the present agreeix-ent.
The miners yesterday rejected a
plan submitted by the operators which I
would have made each district a -wage

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Joseph F. Gaffey, former oil mag-1
ate, political leader, and Democratic
national committeeman, has beein in-
dicted on a charge of embezzling 406,-
00(0 from the verumefit while-acting
as "director of sales," a "dollar-a-
year" wartime job. H-e 'denies. the
,charge , . 4 D T -- I A Q

oval-u, W U6 t egar ticu t) cer rani

pretive monologues in Pattengihl au-f
ditoriuni, Jan. 13.
!Frederick J. Libby, ex-secrotary of
the National Council for the Preven- I
tlonof Wtiar, in Washington, D. C., ar-
rives" in Ann Arbor this rmorning to!
speak at. 8 o'clock to3ight under the
auspiices of the Liberal club.
.4r. Libby was, formerly European
co,)mnissioner: ifr the Quaker relief
comimittee worki g in Germnany and
several of the Allied countries and I
wvas also present iat all the sessions ofI
the disarmament conference.
Three Play ; Oficered
IIn the field 0%1. canmpus. dramnatics.
fPlay Productlon plays will be prLesent -I
ed& Jan. M0 and Jans. 18. On the form,-!
er date "Eugenically Speaking," a one-
acet performance, and "The Perfect:
Cure," a~ three-act comedy, Nvill be en-
acted 'in University hall auditorium.
"Much Ado About Nothing" is ,sched-1
uled in the samne place for the latter
date. These wvill be, paid performanc-
es.
Free entertainments will be given by
the clauses in interpretative reading,
Jan. 23. Classes In Play Production

Young to Coach P elm E
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 5.- Louis
Young, capt.ain of the 1913 University
of Pennsylvania football team, was to-,
dlay named head football coach a'1
Pennsylvania. He succeeds John W.
Heisnan, who has become coach Of
the W. and J. team:;

A NEW TERM BEGINS -
ON JANUARY 8TH
li'militon ihisiness College
We Use the 'lost Approved
System Of TeaclhigI
HALSEY'S IPA CE $T1TDIOS

Arguments were presented in the scale unzit with the privilege ocf
Supreme Court oan the question of grouping with any -othler districts.
permitting American vessels to sell The, miners said thzat question hiad
ilquor outside the three mile limit. ; : een settled by the strike.
--' Inability of operators' to agree
The British dieb~ t commistsion, .whzich among thzemselves because of alleg-
is cx;pectedl to begin :funding negotia- <ed sectional opposition was given by
tions. with the American commissionj the miners as the cause for failure to
next week, called on, President Har.-j reach a settlement.

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G'r-e a4 vation' EXAMSviAPPROACH Jan. 1.
Flay Four DWIl Games
r rC'o tir '1 from leage< One) (Continued fromn *Page One) The, remainder of" games on the
spedof thes bsids Iacuaic c tve gaist hicao terewil been-basketball schedule previous teo examn-
spet A olil c .?es'aIaavfc iv aginst hiagothre ilK b e-inations are Minnesota n inapls
,ales an heo-,rra -es. Discern-ftMieaoiII acted Jan. 19. 1 Jan. 13; Iowa at Iowa, Jan. 15; North
Lu rtcoon ._ ea d ha e_ e- At Lane Hall the-Upeer Rom Bible: western at Ann Arbor,- Jan.' 20; Ohio
a musical g-en.ius cof the first orde- classes wiI continue their regular SaetAnAro , n 7
an i' old b~lsofartsti ahiee-program up to and' throughout the Distribution of J-I-op tickets twillk;
men hs spprte te arele bot eamnatonperiod. On Jan. 1 Un- start in the Union Jans. 10 and be coat-
his headf. Padcewski's position in ion services, under the auspices. of ~ pleted Jan. 11. Entries of fraternities
Vhe iusi, ai Pantheon is not hard to the S. C. A. will be conducted 'in 11i1l In the Wvestern Conference bowling
assignb. te is the greatest .pianist Auditoriuni. j tournamenit must be in by Jan. 10.
now before the p 1ublic anid one of the Las~t Service, In-- iseiples church : i All group pictures for the Michigan-
su.premne masters, of all tie. Due to the f4ct that the razing o1. ensian are reqired to burin wihin two
- HI coleaueswoul prbaby b buildings on the site of the proposedI days after the examinations start.
the first to acknowvledge the truth of Lawyers club will: colnmenco the -(lst The Wesleyan guild will play host
this~ statemnrt. Originally c9 temied part of February, the- fareweoll serv- Ito 1 dgar A. Guest at the Sunday night
Chiefly a~ an emotional, drazwing-rom ice of the Disciples church in ftc i service of the Methodist church to-
player, Padterewsli's mastery of every-'-present home wlill be held Jan. 28.; morrow.
branch of pianistic art is nosv taken After' that. time, services -will be- con- --- --
for granted:. His versatility in cx- dcted i l-ILane '-Hall- untIl more ade- rseiyBgninS} Ive
ecuting Bach, Beethoven,- Liszt and luate quarters can be arraniged,Clvan,0,J. 5.-Thepstyr
Chpi ri aazing, hile the getde CNothingdbut.thJan..u.ar danceear
Pachniann ,vas onice, heard lto declareI have been socduled by. the Union for s-enagrabuisshlrft
that he prlayed Schuamann "soven and the- ballroom. N"ex;t yniday anid Sat- er a-thorough. housecleaning business
a hale~ times better than Rubinstein,." 'urday the Mvimhes Vaudeville trophy is beginning to. reap the benefits of~
ThisSucessul n- oliics Itont~mnt ill 1~~ ~f ~more efficient management, and pres-

th e next move in tue reparations'
question, so far as the United States (Continlued~ from Paige 02e) c
is concerned, must come from France - xactly rha t France proposes to d o
or. one of the other AlIlied powers. b as no,. been fineally dletermnined. Pre- l
ruler Poin care's intention to seine
The dlepartmzent of justice ruled German government propei"es in the{
that agreements and contracts enter- Ruhir included when it was F =rst pro--
ed into for the purpose of main tai- '-posed, heavy military suplport, but the
lug an "open shop" labor policy con- Fec plan, ofee tth ofr
trav~eno) the conaspiracey clauses of :the o nce Gof premiers, r partook somewhat
Clayton act. of fiscal super vision. This latter plan,'
however, wvas a coinuroroise, effereG:
The Senate Foreign Relations comn- by Great B~ritaiin, and France no long-
mitten decided to ascertain the views er is bound, by it.
of te almlslratln o th Roin- M. Poincare's "amicable disagree-.
son resolrution, which would- author- nl'nt" wit h Mr. lBonar Law, however,
ize American representation on th acknxowledged . that, the United States
reparations commission, before coa- may yet t lto a hand in the affairs,i
sic~yingt1 meaurefuwill., itis believed, nmake M. Poin-
care, look to iorogressive action, be-3
Congess as uged y Seretay&!nning mildly \withi limited action and
Con es'swas rge by evrearyIne=zreasng; its scone if the Germans are
Mellon in a letter read 'in the House, InetIrmpressed.
would authorize the submission to the I___
to pans the Green resolution, which I 7 tMe ~ o tk
states of a constitutional amend ment BeI InJn .Cnra akt11r
prohibiting further issuance of tax weat. on strike .against hiigha rental.
exempit. securi~iies. 1013 the stalls; 1)011cc were calIled
to preserve order.i

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THE QANIPUS'TH AV~rz

LAST

For five years now Paderewski lhas1 samne nights the week following,
abiarnflned m nusic for politics'. His j 2iimnes will. present tile "Th1irteentht
career as Premier of the r.n Poland Chai", and the wveek-e nd' of the
is fainiliar to- every' newspap er read- tet-it ilb eoeit h
er. Duringlhis venture into the po- i production of "The Cloister.",
itfcal arfiia, Pa derewski has un- Either next Friday or Saturday,
questio ably achieved uch for Po- nig ht a dinner dance will be held1 in
lan .Ill jcaeerison ofth -firt te main dining room of- the Union.
on record o~f an artist whio has, sue- Tm-ere wtill be no charge additional
c ssfUrt'1l y rapp.Ele 1 with affairs of to the 'regular. fixed dinner rate.
sta-tc. uHs v. erld audi ',ncecof rmusic ;- .._,__.,.,
1oven-7,however, cal-r~ot but hail I___________________
with, deIlit Padecrewski's retu,.n to
the realm 11in whi~ih11e is most ?hap
pr side from tli,_ nterest which in'! Radio Equipment
e.vitably attaches to the performance
of groat mulsic bey c great artist, Pad- Would you like to btiy or sell
erewsvki's recital promises to be one,1i somne radio supplims?Perhap s"
of memiorable value to- all who havf
e<:p<erlenced the thrlill of his unique { you Would like to t rade yours
personality buit lhave respected his j for, something elze At any rate-
mu~ealpr-emnene.you can get What' you .want by
Argntia Ac~p~ Ivittiom Iadvertisinig in the Daily - "For
Buecnos Alsres.---Argenima lhas ac-1 ae r"atd lsIla
SedChile's invitation to the Flan- tion's. Leave your ad- at the
Americanl Confeirence, at ,Santiago, in Daily office, or p-hone.It ini.
1zar lh.
Cot a room to rentt A Daily t1assI*1 6
fledl ad will1 fine a roonmer.-Adv.-

,ent conditions seem to indicate that
we are. just entering the healthiest
period of the business cycle, accord- I
lug to -the monthly business review of f
theĀ° Fourth Federal Reserve. bank, is-
sued today.
Try' a Classified Ad--it Bays.--adv.'4

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