THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Missouri Politically Torn Asuader In
Contest For Convention
,ALL DISTFICT'L 1. , t EC1DE) AS
TO PRESIDENTTAL CAN)IDATI
St. Louis, Mo., Mar. 17.-(By AF)-
Missouri is being p9licitally torr
asunder in the contest for delegates to
the Democratic National convention
with United States Senator James A
Reecd, fighting the MeAdoo force., a
every turn. The state convention
where the delegates t large are
chosen, will be held on April 15 a!
The district de:egates will be chos
1n at conventions held in each con,
rossional district The fight be
tRwem eed and McAdoo has been car-
ried into every district.
:Senator Reed has been touring the
rtate, and making speeches in Ewhich
be attacked the fermer secretary of
the treasury on his record with thr'
Doheny oil interests, while at the
Chicago "get together" meeting of Mc
Adoo's friends. Reed was referred to
as a "renegade Republican" by mem-
b}rfs of the Missouri delegation.
Tie McAdoo organization in the
Wate is headed by Frank Parris, chair
man of the l)emocratic state com
mittee, while the Reed forces are be-
ing led by Ed Glenn and Bennett
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SPEAK AT BANQUE T
Chair man Of ATAeri:'F1n BapoVt st 1ion
To Be (aiest O(i Local
WELL KNOWN FOR LITERARY
MA)RKS ON VlHIA'S PROBLETS
Rev. Frank W. Padelford, D. D., au-
thor, student of political science, and
chairman of the American Baptist
Educational board, will be the guest
of honor at the eighteenth annual ban-
quet of the Baptist Student guild,
which is to be held at 7 o'clock Fri-
day night at the Baptist Church.
Rev. Padelford was a member of
ac? mmnIitteo1 four who secured the
commission form of government for
Lynn, Mass., while pastor of the 1lap-
tist church of that city. lie also act-
el as secretary of the American com-
mittee which investigated educational
problems in China in i1905. The re-
port of this committee was published
in book form. Ile has had several
other books published since that time.
Tickets for the banquet can be ob-
tained at the Baptist Guild house on
East Huron street. The banquet will
be held in the church parlors.
Evanston, Ill., Mar. 17.-Dr. Alex-
ander Meiklejohn, former president
of Amherst college has begun a series
of six lectures at Northwestern uni-
versity. The general theme of his
lectures -is "Education and Demo-
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White Swan is honestly endeavoring to give
you absolutely the maximum in Cleaning Serv-
Few fireworks on the Republcar
side have been reported as yet, but
this campaign is expected to open up
about the time of the Republican con-
gressioal conventions. At the pres-
enit time the, Coolidge frces are dis-
plaing a cala confide ce and saying
little, while Senator . ohnson is ex-
pected to enter the state sometime
i.during March nd make his plea for
The Republioau state convention te
Het delegates at'large will also be
held at 'Springfield and will be or
April 29. There is a rather, warn
contest on for Republican natona1
committeeman to take the place o
,Jaob Babler, who is not a candidate
The race at present has simmered t
ongressman L. C. Dyer and DrR. B
Cents, chai'rman of the Republica
State ommittee. The rational corn-
mitteeman in Missouri is chosen b'
the delegates to the national conven
With the state nrimarv schedule,
for August the gubernatorial contes
has not even Ieun to eet warm. i
announcement of candidates of both
parties is expected to'be o de short-
IVykefore the state conenti bb
'o United States senator s elect-
ed in Missouri this year.
Appearing as soloist with the Uni-
versity band, Mr. Samuel Lockwo&
played to a large, interested audience
in Hill auditorium Sunday afternoon
He played with the band Weber's Con-
certstuck, No. 79.-
Mr. Lockwood's playing is charact
erjzed by a precise touch; he con-
stantly has control of his movements
' h l~the number hie played, he dis;
played a dexterous command of bot
the fortissimo and the contrasting
,assages. Throughout, his execution
mas musically and technically excell-
ept. His audience was always pleased
by his playing.
The arrangement of the number for
paiao and band was made by Captain
z Wfred Wilson, director of the band
It was a musical oddity, but the scor
ing was excellent, and exhibited Cap
tain Wilson's familiarity with band in-
struments. What with the changing
personnel of the band, Captain Wilsor
has complished wonders. To him
al credit for the success of th
bandl to due.
As for the performance of the band
itself, it was never unusual, but occa-
sionally quite good. On the whole, the
.band seemed to lack the coordination
which it exhibits on the football field
Only in Pryor's caprice, and severa'
niotifs from the Faust Ballet Music
did it play with any great degree of
enthusiasm. Of especial interest wa
the playing of the wood-wind section;
It was able to display some good play-
ing in the King Midas Overture. Nev-
ertheless, the band performed quite
creditably, and another concert is
awaited with interest.
Captain Wilson deserves more co-
operation than he has been getting
from members of the band. Only witi'
that can the University produce a real
band that will be without doubt the
hest in the Conference.
The American Society of Mechan-
ial Engineers will hold a business
meeting and discussiqn at 7:30 o'clock
toight in room 229 West Engineering
Prof. Louis A. Strauss of the Eng-
iNh department is ill t his home at
1001 Cambridge Road with a slight
attack of la grippe.
Daily classified for real results.
Let WRIGLEY'S be the
guardian of your mouth and
It will combat trouble of
various kinds. It helps to keep
the teeth free from food par-
ticles that ferment and cause
So we established an uptown office in the
Press Building, across from the "Majestic".
Si rvlatry Corti; illbqr
Curtis Wilbur f )rer fedrel judge
in California h~ s been appointed by
Pres. Cooldge-a se-,retary of the
Navy to succeed Edwvn 1eniy. Sec-
retary Wilbur is now on hi. way to
Washington from his home to take
Tharge of the naval post.
Revision of the forestry curriculum
was brought about yesterday afternoon
when the faculty of the literary col-
lege met and approved of a special
order relating to changes i tis -e-
It was decide thai trequirements
'or the degree of bachelor of science
(in forestmy) be .adopted as follows:
First, that the candidate sha'l earn
130 hours and an equal number ofy
points, and second, that the candidateI
shall complete the course as listed in
the new revised curriculum.
Prof. A. E. Wood. of the sociology;
department, gave a talk before the
faculty groin concerning the training
now organized for social service work-
,ers and the University's part in this
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and I heartily commend it to every undergraduate as the culmination of
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