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THE MIICHIGAN DAILY

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ONCE INNERSecond $50,000 Of
iiiiinBok Prize Harde P ER~

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Clinrt-es II. Leiermore of New Fork
is author of Bok Peace
Plan 1496
[TIflOJM SECOND $30,000
FOR APPROVAL OF CONGRBESS

IWHAT'S GOING ON
TUESI)AY
12 :00---ediceaI faculty lunichi in I u..
ion.
12 :5- Matinee ilusicale lutieb, rooni ;I
319, Union.
:i:30-French 13e, 13d, 13E ateet illn
room 302, S. W., to arrange satis-!
factory class periods for all stui-
dents.
4:00-Spanlsh 18 students Imeet hin
room 205, S. W.,° to arrange sat isfrac-I
tory class hours.
6:00--highway engineer; Edimgierht'
Union.
7:30-- Highway ellgners siiaoker' in
Union assembly hall.!
7 :00--Glee elub t wets in reai dhn
room, Union.
S5:00--Signia lDelta, Chi meets ilk 1001
302, Union.
8 S:00-acolytes meet in ruaoxi l108. Ma.
json hail.

WEDNEISDAY :5-.Sgw aiiatEpsilon dkner,
12:14-Mntfinee Musicale luncl, room 1 room t'21-32,, nionx.
f319, Union. 7:)0-as hyIAln4 rae~tike In bond
4:00-V'ercde Fraas lectureN. Robpert liC N5quartei'5.
V. Finney. Subjects, "Iles;Ameri-17i:0)0_-_Forestry Ol)) meets In 1 00111
calms en France,'? in French.,214, Natural Sc.ienc e building.
1:15-Organ recital ini Hill antdilor-' 7 :30'--Sgina Alloa)i eta MOO*t In
jilm. room 3219, Union..
6:00---Sigmahinamw i zEsiRleml .imety in ;7 :30-Stnudenit coui l m eets at V1-1
room. 302.Union. ion.
,6 :00-Mieii.nroad cemit raetor4 nieet.'7+:46,:-P--l4nd1Ii clubimeets In roomi
nD Union. 325, Uniion.
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BEST BOARD SUPERIOR SERVICE
MODERATE, COSTF
Orchestra,
Varsity ]Lodge Dining Hall
411 Church Street
Tables For Girls

7 :30-11gflllad Park Iu(111)meets inl Professor Goodrichm to Slip
Moem 306, union. Prof. Herbert F. Goodrich,
7 :45- ~Molay meets in liarmis hall. I awv school, will address the r,
{ of the Professional andtiisuinf
"Jimmie the adtaker" Bells an ,thing men's club at 7:30 o'clock tox
Quickly. --AdvsIthe city Y. W. C. A. Professo
- rzich will discuss the national
Patronize The Daily Advertisers, law.
Alt er EverYM At

Dr. Charles Herbert Levermore, of
New York, was announced as the
winner of the 'idward W. Bok, $100,-
A100 American peace award, for the
b est pracetical plan leading to World
peace, by John W. Davis, of the policy
c omm tee of the award. Dr. Lever-
m ore's plan was" numbered 1,49.6 in a
Dotal of more than 22,00 received.
'-Dr. Levermore is -one of the fre-
most students of internatonal relations
Ithe country, and is also a writer
of considerable note. He was at one
lime a college professor, and with the
~oning of the American Alssociation
jar International Cooperation, was
famedl its secretary. In this capacity
he helped in the forming of the League
.f Nations Non-Partisan association
In 1923. lie is also the author of a
series of year books on the subject of
the League of Nations, three of which
have already been published.
7Mr. Davis, of the policy committee,
has coincident with the announcement
of the winner, presented Dr. Lever-
,more with the $50,000 award, the first
half, of the. Amercan peace prize.
the remaining sum will be given to
r.Levermorwe with the ratification
f the plan by congress.
Tilakielski ,Given
F.+C. Hecker Pize
Leon A. Makielski, instructor of
rawin{; in the engineering college, ,
has been announced as the 'winner ofr
he Prank C. Hecker prize of $10000
'or the est oil painting in the annualt
exhibtion now being held in etrot. ,
Mr. X.akielski had five canvases int
he exhibition, three of which wereI
landscapes and two portraits, and the
winner "Portrait of. Mrs. Warren ,H.I
Miller,"was pronounced by the judges c
s being one of the best works of its
ype they had ;ever seen. Mr. Makiel-
ki's entire collection was consideredt
ane of the strongest notes of the show.l
President Marion L. Burton ad-
ressed a meeting at. Alpena, Michi-
anx, last night. The meeting was'
ponsored by the Alpena Chamber of
"ommerce. Ile will speak in Bay City
onight.t
'aily classified for real results. 1
Pocket Malted Milk!i
Like to drink mated milks?
*Sure thing, Old Top!
Then why not eat 'em --- {
here's your chance.?
THOMPSON'S
Pure Malted Milk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Safe for Athletes in Training
'Right size ior your pocket. Go
greatet the game--at the s how--on
hikes--at school or in your room.
U- At All Dealers . be
Send a nickel fr a sample.
Thompson's Maied Fod Company
Makers of
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the incomparable fountain drink
4 O IVERSIDE
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"What awhale of a difference
just a few cents make I"

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Al the goodness,
flavor and quality
that goes into
WRIGLEY'S at the
factory iS aKEPT IN~
IT FOR YOU.
The sealed Pack-
age does that--YOU
break the seal.
WRIGLEYS Is POu
chicle and other t4-r
diets of the hI~bes
quaity obtalnabil0
lade under modern
sanitary' conditions.p
WRIGLEY'S 8id$ ap
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Dr. Charles Herbert Levenre
Dr. Charles Herbert Levermnore of
New York, author of the winning plan
in the Bok peace contest, has already
received a check of $50,000, but he may
nevr receive the rest of the $100,000
offered by Edward W. Bok, sponsor of
the contest. The plan will have to be
adopted by the United States senate or
approved by a referendum of 'the
people before he will be eligible to re-,
ceive the additional $50,000. Hie is'
president of the American Peace So-
ciety.
INew York, Feb. 11.--Rents in De-
troit have increased 100 per cent since
1914, according to a report just issued
by the National Industrial Conferencel
board.
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The patented construction of the
ap makes it impossible for the pen ,to
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