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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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king, was asked to leave the country
several months. The action means that

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Greece will probably become a repub-
Ilie in the near future.-
There is a communist revolution
in Bulgaria and the king has fled. To
add to the Bulgarians' troubles, 500,-I
000 Jugo-Slav troops are being moved
up to the border, and Serbian armies1

Enlivev
end of th
the May
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otis Pi-'anist 'ith practically every important sym-
phony orchestra in.the world and ner
T Play on day recitals, now less frequent than in for-
mer years, are always eagerly antici-
pated by music-lovers.
ning the intervalbetwen ti Tickets for the Zeisler concert are
c regular concert season ad now on sale at all the State street
Festival, Madame Fanni bookstores at $1. Members of Matin-
Id Zeisler comes to Ann Ar- ee Musicale will be admitted by pre-

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New Haven, Conn..,ar. 1.-In a
recent report it is stated that the Yale
university football team has been ba-
ing its spring training during the
winter this year. The Yale football l
men have put in about 40 days of in
tensive training in place of the regular
spring drill.

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3. Germany, while she has good
crops, has not good distribution, due
to the fall of the mark.
4. Germany has an unfair taxation
system-it places the chief burden on,
the small incomes, rather than on the!
large.
The committee is finding that. the
most difficult part of its task will be
not to draft for Germany a budget
which will yield a surplus for repar-
ations payments, but to make surey
that the surplus will be used for the
intended purpose.
It was declared that 3,000,000 Ger-
man voters are ready to back ex-
Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm for
president of the German republic. But
the Crown Prince seems to frown up-
on politics and spends most of his time
hunting deer. This annoys his sup-
porters.
The downfall of the present govern-
ment in Belgium, headed by Premier
Theunis, is said to point to a repud-
iation, by the people, of the Ruhr oc-
cupation policy.
M. Briend, seven times premier of
France, went on the stump in prepar-
ation for the May elections. His is a
pacific platform. He says: "War is
no longer possible; we will have none
of it."
No less than 138 political parties
will figure in the coming Italian elec
tions, to be held in April. Under the
new election law, put through by Mus-
solini, any party which polls a plur-
ality gets two thirds of the seats.
The reign. of the house of Gluicks-
berg (official ruling family of Greece)
was officially terminated by the Greek
assembly. King George, who was the
IRVING WAR Q .TS, Q. $. C.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
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are mobilizing, bor for a piano recital next Monday
night, March 10, in Pattengill audi-
With the appointment of several torium under the auspices of Matin-
minor officials, Premier Macdonald has ee Musicale. -
given one in three to all labor men- ! lalame Zeisler, who is generally
bers of the British parliament gov- regarded as one of the greatest liv-
ernment jobs of one kind or another ing pianists, is pleasantly remembered
in Ann Arbor because of her great tri-
British dock workers accepted rIro- uniph at the 1921 May Festival, when
posals for a raise in pay and went she played .the Chopin F minor con-
back to work, after tieing up com, certo with the Chicago Symphony or-
merce for nine full days. chestra:
There are few musical distinctions
Asquith said the Labor government wh'ch M1adamne Zeisler has not won
"had not brought down the sky nor One of the most famous pupils of
deluged the country in blood," but was j Theodore Leschetizky, she first toured
slowly beginning to -carry out Liber- the United States back in the '<,s and
al policies. won phenomenal success everywhere
From, 1893 to 1895 she played in Ger-
"This is my second and last warn- many and other continental countries
ing," said Trotzky, "that unless mea- her reputation rapidly growing, es-
sures of violence taken against the l pecially as an interpreter of Chopin's
leaders of thea yed a isare stopped works. Madane Zeisler has played
*. the Red army will stand up and1;
overthrow the government in the hug-
est revolt Russia has seen." A)RIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINE
Central Time (Slow Time)z
SLeave Chamber of Commerce
The Mexican rebellion entered inte WeekDays Sundays
Reports are generally conflicting, but 6:45 a. m. 6:45 a. m.
12:45 p" m. 6:45 p. m.
its second or guerilla warfare stage :s4:45 P. m.
the Obregonists seem to have the up- JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
Phone 926-M Adrian, Micl.-
per hand.

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