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The Michigan Daily, 1924-04-03

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MARKED ATiIIY To
S O N -6 g NIFr cich Currenc 3 Fals, R ses Sharply
rlui I in~ fi archi

victor Belong The Spoils,
So Itly! s Ruler Takes Fiune,

DUTCH PRO1FESSORTO
LECTURHERE AIPRIL 7T

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i ..X o'l l ncll(l1 I1 1" been inod{e by
lie ph sic d j; riIii'1lI tha Pron. P
1li( 111t ,jole 4'1)i ' 1)1 i'I'!ii(' 1 C! j
Withi Ilic ;Ili ;jft'' dp ( 1 Ptt~1h"OfI O thel
( h nH f(0111"na 111 iol P, c inoio ther!s
inn ho 114l AjiII

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Thle "13attle (A. the Franc" is the)
term that, has bern rapplid! to the fall
of Prench cuarrecy anrd its :,ubsequent
r covery which was the outstanding
fe store of fiaitneialim npor-tance in the
m~onth] of M'arc.h, according to the re-
1.1(rt of f ncr, Trawlk and Company
on markct conditins,. ,Such. a violent
cdecline <,s occui: red in the exchange' of
the :solvti nat.l in of «ritnce, wit0 a
:'nsiocna 1advan1tce, and a regovery I
-_,ithin two vweeks; which amounted to,
64) per cent is, a feature to be noted
in th, mrked(.t ( f the word.
Two factors caused OW franc to be'
affectedl in this, manner: first, the tax
reforms passed~ by the Chambers and
senate; secondi, by attacks by German
bianking, interests for political pur-
poses. The rise was duec to the pas-
sage of the desiredl fi-cal measures.
fn order to -hemsl up the ha udling of
fr ighlt in this country, relieve street
con',estions , nd lesseni the crowtiding
at termiinals , :c cotrernweewfilbe held
on May S liy-th:e shiop (r ; of five
st'ates to consilderir e d 'isability of
es;tablishing a 5tOiro-Glor duliv' ry ser-
vIcin V 3r'ilu ('mois. Fregiht cars
ari, to be unio<,Id a::,sison as they are
'pdlaced ont side-trcks , and dlivery
m:ade by rou1tes O)1r,0ted by one or
tw;o tru'll;iflg coiflpaios with 'whom
thec rc~railas will contrac;t to handle
nll bll.,
Automobile miakers are turning out
cars in uanusual volume, aaccording to'
a bank report. The output for Jan-
uary and February last was 623,665
p"assenger vehicles as against 478,592
in the same montlis last year, a.nd 58,-)
918> trucks in t;he samef months as
ag~inst 41,181. in the same mronth in
1923.
Hem.-y buying by" banks and other ]3
intere:sts last month advanced various
Liberty bond issues to a new high'I
hig leel orthe year, and United
SttsTrauy4 1-4 per cent certi,.
ficate s touched the hgliest level ever
reached utp t,. then. This movement '
w1'as attrilinled to the release of tax 't
money and the de'cline in call loan n,
rates; ei

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llcil Sw, lain ' Eni u-;iiiielft reig 1(4l aiiui nii~iygvr
or of 1'Flume, on -riaij i tdok.AViblack ~irv 's aal
In lugtrough triniupha r('Iil l 1si-Irt;?fFiiiui0lasrdurigr lcn11i!;idcsat.
tend .ing, «Eep1 ti: ,aflcf 4)1 1 Citory b ii o 1de1f n.
The final elm pter in the F'ine epi,,ode, caused by Gabriel D.' Annunzio's
coupe, was written recently when King Victor , mm~nanurel of Italy sailed.
Co the harbor of the disputed territory and officially' accepted it in tuek,
anie of Italy after all annexation details had been comnpletedI through (len-
ral Giardina, mnilitary governor of the territory. D)' Anuuzio, with a baud-
uli of followers, seized the territory v.P2w years ago, "to oreserve It a 1yv's
rational hionor'' when the treaty of Vers ailles cervate'l Flume an int, rna-
onal pr-ovnrice undler joint pr'ot ectora te. The poef liter's prove threatened
or a time to provolke internal ional coinrplicatioms.

Technic Manager
Will 'Go To Iowa'
I,-red M A. 13reemus n, 151, i? ie
imanager (of ITl'c echnic, nmagazine of
the (ullege; s o ,IgIeti3g anid Arch-
itecturf, wilf r' irese.b, tthat lica J - I
tion a- t the1c '11aIa convenltion of the
}'n7£glnl"eiSg C'ollege Ma gazinue asso-

fu
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fy Robbers Invade
APD r[l0iAJ F raternityHouse
idIIIE'Ni II Ii An G t.1_of i _e4m ot.CeI iob cie

CI 1 U f L W PJhl'U.d 8. Z11 ii, 10 Vj(, to r'\Vom1k to conyt1, ' . ithe p i ng oi f
monr1 ro a turdlay.the bad~,tctcI ol. rd&oliiil' out
Thsognzto onistsof Pub-tjofatAni Aboroni !lIC \V hca wvoald
(11r, clo te ea ingeginkeering will bein. o i a< < , ,';cint 1
colgsilh on y iondS peiii Wit, cjrdlg I!e(botI
1Prof.P. A. itColicr will contdilneIhis ''i o opv,.c nIr ' u io
V Iur'Ot's't7:,, 3'JOocl( toniglit in tihe the road as j 1 0 ('l,'t ci rae-I
MedcsI uidig.Thehithof1ud'tors. All hut a )tiilc tc a quai~rter o)1
rci ni Furery will be dis;cussed in con- ;the road wa, icilel ed last 1 1iell h
nert iin - ii the;:greait surgeons 1lunt- (inter weather stopl)('(l ('out ruclionl.
or and lzTe le'ctuare will be Whlenm thl ,,veflont is com)pleted mo,
illusrtratedi with lantern slid1es.i torists will have a cntinuous c.onl-
crete r'oad( between Ann Arboor- l~ct roiL
19 showing! I

I .ihtla 'hlifhous e at 556 So. Sa Oink :rn(ef
W 'bidof three overcoats.
MW hut hs been lootat taI;his semestUr,
hl sjjegop.[t[ifybenvltcft-

Thle sca 'ia l dfi h at i ch a It 'rofes-'- mt
t he t heoryof stat it ie'sanld ;tatiPtical
uiehlauiiis, and lalso onl the iannimllIiiAl
theory of atom11ic SIi'tructure. E
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MUSIC AND 'Ii b
aMUSICIANSW'I
1 Vaied in interest 1(and p eal wasloll,
th orgn rlec itogienyesi rav aft- 1 f~- ~ f~
luin [Jill auditorium iby Palmei_ te f irst: la~ce ora efniio
'hriafits l. The program Was, plane odotn n~~ ned ofthIici>anGodAvris~no scostetav
school in asters' clrue. Part icularly[
niortiy was the playing of 111e= tisinC
Guilinaant Fugue in 1), a composition yJJA.
Bih imis seldomin. i'dc. Unrder Y i.*
Ch i t nl' r a m n , i a n fthe clearest and, m ost attractive fug-
ues ever heard oi he Frieze Organ. -
The Fire Innsic from \Vagner's "Die ]g
W~lklre fvs ecta;,le~l dw anIt is consecutive. T his means th2at
was particular'ly feti ie-on the or-
gan bly reason of th e registration used. th(oy stfS rttnta n
Kifbinst cii's ''lamenno-Ostrow"''i uses 1 tecp utb.s rte h n
('oliei( lV 011ilte in struijient, how -, / 'W I^ 1i
ever i 6lig ild mtli'ii, i as s advertisement x II fllow anri n er i
andthefreshness thwt it hl s on the
pin.It \5 l< 3'cplayd iiios~t to soft-sequenee.
De Lamarter (''s Ada 3( L.to wa,, chia i-
ingly siml)e. cAn( :er hi 's aprice de
Cc neer,, was (of riasut form. andl
biiliantly pilayed.
Tfhe CI i' de ine of Ka rg-Elect _ '
io tcComp Iosion o ~i neetcreating. . 1his nmeans
great Twin}ut, was played with much i
feW i:fi anfl, td laas appee'that the reader will be in such a' posi-
citi lv recei edl.
J. F ' ~tion, placed by previOU~s advertising-
Patronize Ivaily Advertisers.-- Advw
that he will casily distinguish it from
others and see whbat the merchant has
to say.
Alrl All
,: wY i -w It is the truth..--the greatest mis-
oretIr azenSatisfaction I° take a nrhatcan psiby-mk is
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'The Fountain Pen Possible" :canie
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LOTH ri s HAT COUNTS t iiirC aCo r iiillrjr
- proper display.
It is persuasi\'e 1an1d suggrcestive. It
is an introduction or invitation to i11
(jIre further.
It is sane advertising.
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,ren't for this fact aSi
b would be as easy-' i
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tollege Gracery

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llilk, Cream, Baked Goo(ds, Fruits

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Tastes differ; if it we
clothing merchant's jol
and about as interesti
age stamps.
As it is, we always I
sible variety here; if a n
in a colorful necktie, w~
also ready to satisfy t]
man who wants a nea
white. And everybod,
We are proud of the
chandise in this store.
things that hold our c
When you come in t
see a large assortmn

Candy Bars

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Openi Evenings and unay

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