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s ° ° THE MICHICAN DAILY ~~ ~

ca." This latter talk will be at 8 Father of Professor Ford :Dies 1
o'clock in room 306 of the Union. I Prof. W. B. Ford of theinathemut-

:1essays ;coymprise thy- collec"tion, two of,"N paperC onscience" was R
which 1have already Lbeen aulished iin prnt< i ed iithe AmericnnJournal

ics department, yesterday

receivedc

G LEE C UBS WILLodof the death of his father, Syl-
CONSIDER 'TOUR' Ford andl his family left Ann Arbor
t.____ today for Oneonta where they -Till
Possibilities of a spring tour for the day. h ueat ehl us
Varsity glee clubs to include Ohio, In--__
diana and Michigan will be discussed
at a combined meeting of the organ- +COILEt 'TlON OF ESSAt)'S BY
# izations to be held at 3 o'clock this DA J)I SlUUSII
afternoon in the assembly room of---
the Union. Members of all of the; A collection of essays lby DeanAl
clubs are urged to be present to vote' fred H. Lloyd, of the Graduate school.
upon ways and means of making this has recently been published by ,the
k ::>.w. : - trip. Stratford company of Boston. Four'
s Rqust from cities in all of these
staes orperformances have been .._ _
received by James C. Stephens, '23, ARA-N RO U
I maagerof te cubsbut t wil b Schednile in Effect October x8. 1922
put up to a vote of the members to !D Fe~tral Time (Slow Time D
Jrjg decide definitely upon the trip, A MA.PM...
+ concert in Detroit may also be given.13 :45 7.~45 !..Adrian ... 12:45 8 :45
8:a :30 ... . Clinto~n .... 12:00 8:oo t
:F :15 ..Saline . .. i15 xs 7:15
s r jx" "TECIVECHAR ES :459:45 Ar inn Arbor! v. 10:45 6:45
(Court H~o..ie Square) A. M.
"SPY" W~ITH LIBEL D-"Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
.____ and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 1:5 leaves"
Chicago, Feb. 17-(By A. P.)--Al- Anni Arbor 4:45.
bert Bailin, alias Balinow, confessed JAMES H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
spy and agent provocator of various i Phonc 926-M Atrian, Mich.
Giislvo Steuzde sema.detective agencies, today was arrest- ________
ed on a charge of criminal libel pre- -
Twice sentenced to death for revo- ferred by Allen 0. Myer, assistant ___________________
l utionary activity and reprieved, Gus- general manager of the W. J. Burns
tavo Sacn : do Sicilia, founder of the international detective agency. iSCHOOL O~
-Fascisti i-ovement in 'Mexico, is oneI The charge grew out of Bali-now's I DANCINt
of the inos:t opular idols in Mexican statement during a di3position taken i ACN
so~ey. Heistiry-ou adrnank P. Walsh for the defense of Private Lessons in
soc'ty. He i thrty ourand n 122 communists facing trial at St. Jo-
engineer by profession. l c:M Blno ALLET 1)ANCING
byseph,Mih Myer charges Balinow ANIN
________________-libeled him when he swore hie hadORETLIAC tx
Elavad.Yae.Prncto a~lCoum written a letter threatening to blow AESTHETIC'I)ANCI G
bia AtOxfrd e tok onos i -hs-up the Woolworth building and kill 1)ACM
tory and received his degree through telotise fNwYr.SUI
i*Norcester college. He was fgroin- I 111u~l Beats Purdue 2NTFLOR IO ! I-lUS
entin anyaciviiesthrebeig: Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 17-(By .A.P.) PHONE 2315-M
j rresident of the Oxford' Union and the . Illinois defeated Purdue here to-'
Oxford Labor club. H-e also received! night 28 to 26 in a Western Confer JEANETTE
his athletic letter ini soccer.i once basketball game. Opening, the
Mr. Lindsey will speak before the second half with the score 17 to 12 KRUHSZKA JOHNSON
jBarrister club Tuesday noon and that. against them Pidue started graining IIsrco
evening he will address the Quadrang- on the visitors but (I not have~ the Isrco
' club upon "Impressions of Amena- necessary punch to wilt, q I

other pcriodicals.
The four esy are closely relatedo
to eachl other, srlving ;asiacriitl
examination Cof. what the an thlor t, ' 11 "h I'lo wIi",tllfat
ple'". They,,re-The 'Natm 'ure of'ro-
gressive Leadelrs hip", "Recent Oppor-
tunic=(,s of progressive Leadership,';
"The ewspper onscince" arcf(l
"Ages o-f Leisure".
('1' the two essays on ieadership and
prof re,,s, thle Vs-t has been published
lpreviously in the International Jour-
nal of Ethiics, while the writing on

Sociology.

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