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CLAKELUNHS
LEAG t CAMPAGN'
Forarie' Suprempe Curt Member Ado-
vttes Covenat Ref ore ew
PARISA$ (AI'Sl1) lEFEAT
or. PACT, SAYS JURIST
NIew' York,' Jan. t0.-(By A.' P.)---
The work that John H. Clarkce, of
Youngstown, 0., ,ct out for himselfI
when h6 resigned his sat on the
bench of th United States sureme
coyt, was formally launched tonight,
when hlie delivered the 'keynte ad-
dress at the first meeting of the Nvon-
Partisan association for the League of
Ntions.
The jurist, whose resignation on the
grounds that he might so better serve
humanity, was taren-until lhe denied
it-as the opening of a camnpaign for
the Democratic ncminiation for res-
identin 1924, addressed in intent a-
chaence. made u.p in almost equal parts;
Of ;Democrats and Republcas.
Ie opened with a fling at. political
'Pe tsanship which, he declared, had
defeated the League of Nations in
,Axerica1,-a defeat that he declared'
already had proved "a great misf or-
tunie," and that, uncorrected, would
r"eslt in permanent disaster to our
country.
Dever Had traireiri~
"The subject never haed a fair hear-
ing in the UnitdStates," he declared
"ftor as soon .as it appeared, it became
immersed hin party politics with all the
isinterpretation and misrepresent -
tion which that Implies. It it, the ~ur-
pose of the organization for which I
ami speaking tonight to o what it
can to lift this fateful quesion out of
the morass of party politics and 'to
candidly submit'it to our country tVe
- President and sente 'for reconsidera-
tion upon its merits.
" O" lar recent congre-soa lec-
tlons," he continued, "are interpre-d
by men of all parties as showving an
unrest- a deep and widespread notic-
-al, moral, social andi economic di-
cotent--such as has seldom been seen
in our favored land."
Turning from the moral to a more
4apractical plane, Justice Clarke pictur-
-ed-America as standing on the brink
-Of the most disastrous of all wars, and
argued that since this was the case,
America could Icse nothing, and might
'gain much, by entering the league.
'Any "ltperiiiiciit etter.
"If anote war is inevitable with-
-out 'the 'league, why not join the
- league?i Any refuge, any experiment
even, would be - better than to push
blindly, hlplessly, stupidly forward
into thehell of another World war."
tt the league, he argued, even
without th.,memnbership of the Un-
ted Staten, had proven mre than an
experiment. He ,declared it had
-brought to'--peaceful settlement "four
as Promising prospects of war as the
A rt ne y o th le ge cud hvwished to see provided to tet its use-
funesand power," enumerating the
settlement of the dispute between Fin-
land and Sweden over theAaland 'Is-
lands; the disagreement betwee Po-
land and Lithuania; the dispute be-
tweeji.Germany and Poland and that
between Jugoslavia and Albania.
DODOS TO PRESEN T
ORIGINAL PL AY S

mance languages department, wvill be ~ DN
the speaker on the Spanish lecture STUDE TDCO M ENI
course at 7:303 o'clock tonight in Tap
pan hall. lie will speak on the subject
"Columbian Poets." DS U SD O UI

so well worked out. In this chance -1imittee meeting. They wil he awarded ,
makes the King marry Slut, an un1- by lottery.
clean; slattern, Instead of Tidy, the i A dance will be held the afternoon
neatest of women, by juxtaposing the of Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Union, and
two characters while the Ring isj the time at wvhich the tickets for it
searhinga' bride., Chance is played, will go on sale Nv ll be announced as e

JUN10 U tGilt . ., TOPRESENT ecml 1public. There has Ibeen mnuch
PLAYHER BEORE UB~C dscussion on the adcvisability of a1-
lowing its ope.n pres'entation here 4imdi
(Continued trem Page One) the women on the can'pus iave tied
sire of a large majoriyof the woni-- for the ;past several years to present.
en students on the campus, t-hir}play openly.- Thin is the first.
Thce first peorance till be re- time thazt the pla.y has been open to
served f(,- the sei'or girls asiin the the public in Ann Arbor, although a
past while the other performancees performance was given !in D~etr -it
in Ann Arbor wall be"owen to the gen- three years ago.

flflfl TII by ±Ruth Christensen, '2 t,. theing fby ;soon as, possible.
II5PIT1ilj (ContinuedI from Page One) 'HIal Conkey, '2", Slut b~y Rhea Schlaak,
po UIfl MIUI[ N finting the fo?! owhig men as men-1 '25, and Tidy, by Louise Barley. TheRU SA PRESS
hers o te Student cmitee , 1acting of Louise Barley .is partiular-i
AoS atcuarPP PIAJID B [ L Ctiunilme Thon:asLynch, '25L, ly good in this nufaber. FEtk S NEW 'BAR
HowrdLivr~nce '3;and Harry _
flt PNOS RUIEI0'tod,'3,adaso hmsUdr PROFESSORS WILL .Moscow, Jan. 10 (A. P.)-The Rus-1
'.l''t~ kT+ a{9 .:f~l;'' O }wod,'2:11,president of the iinxo~:,
w3 lOi)Xl#0I 0R lNSTI "'. M. B. Snahl, '25L, mzanaging editor of ADDRESS PIONEERS anpesgerlyvws rnc'
'LIBN Thi3 Daily, and Perkins' Bull. '231" action with regarA to theviw Ruhr, to-
____chairman of the Student 'Advisory'Po.~r .Suro h egah gether with the breaking up in dis-
comttee. 1Po.Cr . aeo h egah
Lansing, Jan. 10 (by A .P.)-Twvo} "Those iroen will iimeet with the department, will spaeak on ",Thxe Gee-' agreement of the Paris conference of-
miliondolarswoud b aded o te ' comitee nd ~ gaph ofMichigan in Relation. to itsj premiers, as threatening a new war.,
SeaeCuniil The communist leaders always have
requested two years budgets of six #select as many additional members of taeteetadDveomn, eoebken the" stand that Premier Poin-
small nd onelargestate nstituionsthe commit tee as theyr deem advisa-} a general assembly of the Michigan Iciesplc
smlbn n lresaeistttosI e" Pioneer and historical ,society at its 1cr' clc was the very thing to1
andl $2,390,000 would be given for the l zoD,,nz f m'oiiiiltiu pointed Iconvfention Friday, Jan. 19, in Ypsi- - riepraeinayht revoluatioheraui
University of Michigan hospital, con- i The^se additional students '%ill bel lanti. Prof. 'Wilbert B. Hinsdale, of ir nenetedons eitoeratheracefuin
cernin g which the administrative! seletcd froim senior and junior the Medical schoaol, will also speak j tti ie h onco i luta- ister of War Trotzky, in an interview
board mrade no rcommnzzendiationx, ifa clas>ses oni the campus anzd wiil be attI iiteto~co luta with the. foreign correspondents, re-!
meFn who, are active in some branch-r-ed lecture being "Primitive Men in !pidpsiitefyt usin s
favora ble action is taken. by the leg- Ies of stuid ent activity: and who will Michigan." 1PliedatpRssiasatilytde qubestina
isiatu re. on eight appropriation bills, rereiemit all de artistriits. Tie) The committee in charge has ar- ttc event of a new w ar~, saying that
which~ made their airnearance. in the coc iriil. unaanimiously ad'optedl the re-1 ranged for a series of musical selec-} if France invaded the Ruhr, thzereyby-
iHouse yesterday.1 port, approving the appointmnents. tons to alternate with the lectures. precipitating war, and. Poland joineo
the.. principal increase Is an _ item~ of The4 council voted in favor of 1iav- The general public is cordially in- 'ane he doubted if Russia could re-
$500,000 for the comning fical year, ing the new fie-d house' on Ferry field vited to all meetings of the society. I nurl
and $1,000,000 for the 1924-1925 year, named after Fleldin 'VH. Yost, and a Dr. Puller, secretary of .the state his- I -__ -

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for Jackson prison.
Inq addition to the $2,300,000 Univer-
sity hospital request, which was meni-
Stioned in the Governor's message, the.
appropriation bills call for $3,054,407
outlay next year, and, $2,975,668 for
the second fiscal year.-
Inasmuch as the administrative
board slashed the requested appr opri-
ation considerably, the appropriation
bills, exceeding as they do the request.
ed appropriations, probably will br,
trimmed heavily. It is doubtful if the
grants to the eight institutions in-
volved will exceed the approved bud-
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petition will be circulated .-amlong the
student body, to deter mine 'its opinion.,
A con,.mittee was appointed to work
with, the managing editor of the
Michiganensian for completing the se-

toricat commission, will preside. 4
J-HIOP COMMITTEE AWARDS
MISCEJALANIOIS 'CONTRACTS

IGot something so .sal,? A "Daily"
the. Daily will find it.--Adv.

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--: 3e; p Wte i the human S eseceo
A ~E1DALDCOIEDY
KINOGR AMS MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA',
Tostial . ... . ene o l s....35c
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Representative Albion B. Titus, of
Kalamazoo, sponsored the Universi3
hospital request.
Michigan Song Book, Mlemory,
Books, Banner, and Pennants at
Waher's University Bookstore-Adv. j.

ietiuon ofUt. Sutenfo the ti Aiiy (Continued from Page One) i
section of that publication. 'This until the sale: ends. this af'ternoon.
comnmittee consisted of Jack Kelly, Further awards of tickets and the
24L, chairman, Herold Hunt, '23Ed., corrections of mistakes will be made
and J. A.' Po'Dha~mus, '24E. lby the comamittee this evening.. Thos.~
Vern~on F.- Hillery, '25LI president, who receive further tickets will pr ob.
and; Walter Shmerer, '24, secretary, of ably be notified tomorro.
the Student council,, were elected as Applications for Booitts Redy
delegates to the Mid-West" Student Those who intend to have. booths
Council conference to be held March a h ac ilsg pfrte
15,si16, an 7 tNortweter ui-with the booth,. committee from 2 to
varsiy, Evnston ~ 15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the-
lobby of the Union. At this timea
1EW ME BE 4. OF, COEDY copy of the house, party and Hop rules
CLUB INTERPRET PARLT.S ELL will ,be given to each. mane signig up
(C~ninuel onPageTwo)for a booth along with a copy of the
(Coninue on age wo) I chaperone card upon which the names
Dean, '26,' helps them out. Here the of the chaperones4 for each booth ',re
parts were rather well taken but the- to be written.
play appeared trivial.' The lbooths 'will probably be award-
Probably the' best, reading play of1 dTesath a f h ex ton
the evening was ,Edna St. Vincent IMi. - e I -y h ayo h nx an
lay's "Two 'Slatterns and ,a'King",
though, its presentation could not he -

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Throee one act plays written by Annr
Arbor pee i il l e presented at 8 o'-
clock thisr evening at the Dodo lay-
haous:;e at 716 Spnring street, w hen Do-
(105;, a drirli group composed ci
-r ton and University people, offers it-'1
first programn of the school year. Tb-1
same program will be repeated tomzor-
row andc Saturday nights.
The first play will be "Swialning
A1pples", by John R. Adamsir, in2struc-
Itor in rhetoric in the University. Mr
.10a 1st will appear in this, as will
Oakley C. Johnson, also of L e rhetl
orc ic department. Following this will
bec "Undierstanding", by Margaret
Greifeli. The final play-will be0 b
Lowell J. Carr, instructor in sociol-
ogy in the University, "Monkey
Glands".
This programn will also be givenI
next Wednuesday for the benefit of the
Rus sian Relief fund. Tickets will be
$1 and may be procured fronAu either
-1r. Adams or 0 . C. Johnson, also of,
He rhetoric departmient.
Giirciia to IDeliver Lecture
Carlos Garcia, instructor in the Ro-
GARRICK ALL LWEEK~
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GRAND OPERACOMPANY
Fortune CGallo, General .irector
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'Nghts $.Oto 50C
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