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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

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INS SPEAKs
SORROW NIGHT

Italy Bids With Britain For Russ Trade REPUBLICAN CLUB NAMES
As Mussolini Arranges Commercial Pact~ IMPllH1NJCGMITIES

of youth, leisure and the profession. versity total only 521 against 2,388
-these three classes meaking up more .Men students. The city has 210 tav-
than 3,7 per cent of the entire mnale ern-keepers,. 2S boat-builders, and 482
population. The largest group of in-'tmen and wvomen engaged in tailoring
habitants is that at the age of 21, andi trade.
more than one-sixth of the total pop-
ulation falls between the ages of 18 "Jimmie the adltaker" sells anything.
and 25. Women students at the Unti-' qutiCkily-.dv.

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ED11cator lo' peak onil )yltnic China"
at.VUnhersilty Services in
}fill Auditoriuma!
SPilAliER WAli V~S Il S F)NT (O
*t. TQN CI( 1llyI'lSTAN('(OLLIWE1
Peeling~ that Americans do not real-'s
ize anything but the supposed back-
wardness of the country, Dr. Charley
L. Edminnds, friper president-ofCall-;
tChristian college, China, will{
speak on "Dynaniic China" at the Un-
iversity Services to be held at 7 o'cloUk
tomorrow night in Hill auditorium
under the auspices of the S. C. A.
Since 1907 Din. Edmunds has. beens
president of Canton Christian college..
Hie is- an author, engineer, edu~ator.
and explorer, having made noteworthy;
contributions in each of these fields.. :><:
He is a member bf Phi Beta Kappa:k
and the American Physics society .- a-
Dr. Edmunds- has been in charge of
the Magnetic Survey of China, con- lu4 olini, UFascist premider aind diltator of Italy, signintg the Italoi-lluassian conimeroial treaty wvitht the Russian
ducted under the auspices of the Car- delegate, IF. Jordawu-k (on Ntis solinil's right) and Senator('omtu Yin! (on- his left), secretary general of the
negie Institute of Washington, D. C ; IPalian tministry eof foreign affai rs,
He has traveled more than 45,000
miles in the interior of China and has, Mussolini's dliplornaoy is spreading'far afield. As a result of a commercial treatd he signed with Soviet
made extensive explorations in the in-, Russia, Italy is now bidding for Russian trade with Great Britian, Sweden, Poland, Germany and other countries
terior of Japan, Korea, Siam and the that have recognized the new regime.
Philippines. The move is considered in )Europe as significant indication of the new continental attitude toward the form-
Dr. Edmunds has been engaged in er Czarist empire, because Mussolini won his way to premier by battling RedI elements seeking to gain control
writing articles of a scientific nature; of the government of Italy.
for the technical journals of the coon=--- i=

Both honorary and executive comn-
mittees were named yesterday by the
Republican club of the University, it
has been announced. The honorary
fcommittee will include Prof. E. S.
Brown of the political science depart-
went; Prof. T. H. Reed of the polit-
ical science department; Harry Hoey
'24, managing editor of the Daily; W.
K. Scherer, '24, president of "the sen-
fon literary class; Herbert Steger, '25;
captain-elect of the 1925 football team ;
Winona Hubbard, *24, women's editor
of the Daily; and Clayton Jennings
j 24L, president of the senior law class
The men named to compose the ex-
ecutive ,committee are, Joe Joseph,'2
ch~airman, R. 1. Marquis, '26L,. M. 'H
Specter, '25,, and John Denton, '27
(The club will hold its next meeting at
7:30 o'clock next Thursday night in
the upper reading room of the Union
A- prominent faculty member will Ad-
dress the members at that time.
Oxford Has 4,500
Unmarried Women
Oxford, :England, Febl. 25.-There is
a surplus of 4,500 marriageable wo-
men in this town, which has a total
population of only 57,000, according to
official census returns.
Statistics showe that Oxford is a city

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He Reached the Top
T HE Vice-President of a great life in~surance
company who began his ca-reer as an agent
has this to say to seniors who are about to
graduate from college:
"If you love work and desire to pursue ani honorable,
useful and lucrative mission in life this is the business
for you to take up. Life insurance salesmanship offers
a fine field for the energies of the splendid young men
in our colleges.
"That this is true is demonstrated by those college risen
who have taken up life insurance for they have shown
that the college man 'is fit for this kind of a job and
that the job also is fit for the college man.
"The work of the life insurance salesn ~is distinguished
b'yindependence and opportunityfor directing his own.
% It gives all possible opportunity'for individual initiative
and a chance to make an ample income at an age when
most fellows are struggling on a wage pittance."
That is the story of one who began at the bottom and reached
the top without the help of a college education. The advan-
tages are with you who graduate from college. Before deciding
your career make inquiries of the "Agency Department."'
OF BOSTON. MASSACHIUSETTS
Sixtyo ueyears in business. Now insuing One Billion Sev'en. Hundred
Million Dollars in ptolicies on, 3,250,000 ives

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try since his return fronm China. He'
has been on a speaking; tour through-
out the country talking on the condi-
tions in China and the Far east.
There is a great demand for doctor;
and instructors in the institutions of
higher learning in China.- Students
qualified in mathematics, English.
French, German, sociology, .economics,
history, and chemistry may ;arrange
for ani interview with Dr. Edmutnds at
Lane hall any time this mnorning
Harold K. Latta, '24, in change of the
Uniiversity Services, said that it might
be possible for Dr. Edmunds to place
those qlualified for positions in insti-
tut ions of higher learning in China.
9TTORNEYS FOR DFES
C'hicago, F,21) 29 .-Attorney-genoral
HarryIM. 1Daugh erty=-on leaving, Chi-
aocago fo6r Floida tonight 'aunnced.
that he had retained Geo. E. Chamber-
lain, formier United States senator
fro-j Florida an~d Paul Howvland,
Clevelalnd attorney to represent hris
personal interests in the Seoati dil
investigation. i
MIr. Daug;herty's statement) in the
fora ofa telegram to Senator Fraijk,
-P. Willis requested Senator Willis to
again advise., the senate that he h~ad
not opposed the passage of the -Wheel-
er resolution which comes up for
considleration in the senate tomorrow.
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Fraterunity QCub Opens
Madison, Wis., Feb.' 29.-Thle NewI
{York Fraternity clubs' building, which
ho uses the club quarters of 17 Greek
letter fraternities, was opened on
t Washington's birthday on Madison

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Possibilities (ofvoc,ional work i l
China will be discussed under. the l Buy A,
leadership of Dr., Charles E. Ed-
munds, formAer president of Canton.. .
Christian college, at 3 o'clock tomor- Is Tailng the+
now in Lane hall. rThc. discussion has A complete set
been arranged by Ugtbert ?1. Isbell, , colors, 144.tiles,
'26Li who is chairman of the vocation- ers, 8 racks, 2
of rules and in:
al :guidance committee of the S. C. A.1I any one can leari
The discussion is being held for the in ten minutes.
purpose of learning more about the fascinating. Al]
tivc box, sentl
educational system and the opportun-, receipt of $1.0.
ities offered in China for vocational) 25c extra.)
workers. Dr. Edmunds has gained _aT bl
wmide kgoiedge 'of ;these conditionsTa l
through 12 'ears of e~tensive -travel''- Mery ottrat~ete
and survey in the Orient. Ie is tcp- Ien a Sn
"sidered ats one of the foremost educa- ~ od~~
tons in this country at the proent 1 sze ca rol tatble
time and .is well known as an c-
p1)orer', 'author n 1.engineer. jch l eds. k
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LaFayette, Jpd.,, ..29.-Over 7:400 01MBP4A
foreign students _arQ enrmolled iiz :the I«We will send pr
schols; ~am, colleges throughout,'41e 1Mabi-Jong set -
Unitedl States this- -ear. Countries desc ibed above
mnost rbelv repr~eh~eted are -Ch ina 'CHlNA.-AMERIC)
wiih1,491,Canaa with 829.. Japan; 11Nest 61StII
658, Philip~pines,, 649, Russia, 329,; 1ex-
ico. 232, Porto Rico, 224, and India,
218.j
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have departed from' the -conventional and ttereo-
typed. Yet the galaxy of new shades and colorings
will not make the most conservative dresser hesitate
to choose something "different."

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Christian Science Society of University. of Michigan

TODhAY LAST 11,11'FOR
'ENSITN PT1ED(GE AYMEjllNr

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I Today is the last day on which
Ipaymeint mcay be made for the
IMichiganecnsian. The 'Ensian of-
fice will be olyen all. day to take
care of last minute rush. Pay-
ment may be made either at the
Ioffice in the Press building or
through the mail. Checks dated I
ahiead to March 15 will be ac-
~cepted although no receipts willj
be mailed until the dates of theI
checks.
The pledge cards signed dun-
ing the 'Ensian drive do not r&e
serve a book for the signer na-
less the money for the subscrip-
tion is received by today.

Stan ford University
CALIFORNIA
SUMMER QUARTER, 1924
Tuesday, June 24th, to
Saturday, August 30th,
Seconid Half Begins July 28
Opportunities to work for ,the
A. B. and for higher degrees, on
to do special work, in the ocean-
ic climate of the San Francisco
peninsula.
Courses in the regular aca-
demic and scientific branches,
and in law..
Information from Office 7..
STANFORID UIVER SITY
California

Chri tiean

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