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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Caillaux Is Seen
As In Position To iSLATPRFSO
,Stage "Comeback" TO SPEAK IN ANN ARBOR8

to be Stress.
Aarships

FIRST INSTITUTION
ITS KIND 'IN JHEWORLD
"tunity for study unider men
reputation, instruction of

iduates from institutions of alll
intries as well as our. own, the
ration of fellowships Including study
I travel abroad, and post graduate
truction for teachers and. men who
end to enter public life or the diplo-
ic service," these are salient feat-
s of a school now being instituted
Johns Hopkins university.
'he official title of the new college
1 be "The Walter Hines Page
ool of International Relationis,"
Swill be the first school of its kind
the world. In the work of this
ool will be included extensive study
research in the vast field of world
irs, states Dr. Charles F. Thwing,
rustee of the fund which is to be
Llblished for the endowment of the
itution.
t varies from the present school at
ins Hopkins in that It is a graduate
.ool, intended for discipline and
ure minds. The facilities 'available
Ipermit work in the "interwoven
tleties upon which the rules of
rnational law are founded, the
chology of diplomacy, racial, geo-
phical, ethnological, commercial,
comics, and historic factors which
note international amity, or cause
srnational discord."
ist as results of professional re-
ches are published from. time toL
e, so will the results of these in-
igations be published. Distribu-
of raw materials, utilization of
aral resources, means of transport-
:i, in fact, everything which binds l
ons together will be included in
curricula of this new school on
Id affairs.
r. Page, American ambassador to
at Britian during a time when re-1
ons were severely strained,~ rend-f
I"eminent and courageous serv-
"He was. one of the :original Fel-
sof Johns, Hopkins, anxd through-
his life a warm friend4 of'the in-
ition. These facts. combined with
nature of the university and* its.
Kimity to the 'national capital were

Miss Estelle Downing, professor
of rhetoric at Ypsilanti State Normal
will speak Sunday night, May 25, at
the First M. E. church on the 'sub-
ject of "World Peace." Miss Downing
who recently addressed the. Women's
club of this city, has Just returned
from a meeting of the International
World Congress for Peace at Wash-
ington.
Mrs. Ruth Buchanan, of Ann Ar-
bor, .who was a delegate of the Wom-
en's club of .Ann Arbor to the same
conference, will also address the meet-
ing.. The public is cordially invited.1
S. C. A. Calls For
Camp .Donations,
Fraternities, Sororities, and all or-
ganizations which decided to contri-
bute to' the University of Michigan
Fresh Air camp, and which have not
yet turned in their subscriptions are

Famous Soprano Gives Views
On Future Of AmericanMusic
!Emmy Krueger, the great GermanI ifuil. There is Sidney Homer's "HowI
soprano, whose song recital Wednes- is my boy?". Wvalter Cramer's "The
day opened the 31st annual May FeCs-I Last Song," and Sharpe's "Japanesej
tival under as favorable auspices as'!DahSn. l o hs agi
it has ever opened, left yesterday to New York. They are as beautiful as
give a series of concerts in Chicago, any muscoudb.Aeiamsc
and in a final visit with her, she spoke! is to me, like America itself, big and
of America, and more than that, o1 beautiful, free, and above all natural.
American music. "I must go back to Thie song's are easy, full of rhythm,
Germany," she said, "I must appearadbat.
in the Bayreuth festival .'But .I look'
forward to returning: to America for Crabg to Conduct Trip
it is a beautiful country. Prof. Robert Craig, of the forestry
"America," she went on, "is a grow-' department, will leave today with his,
Ing country, with vast possibilitiesI class in wood utilization for Cadillac,
Europe is old;' it was at its 'Height, Mich:, where they will visit the several
1had reached its highest p~oint; ilow wiood working ,plants located in that
IAmerica is rapidly climibing, and will , city. The class will return next week
occupy that place of prominence. In b iy the way of Higgins Lake State For-
every way, America is miles ahead of estry reservation.

We have parts for every make of automobile.

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Europe. It Yis declining now, but Am-
erica is rising, increasing in strength
and power. I am glad, for I love this
country. It has been very kind to me
on this, my first' visit."
When asked about American music,
Madame Krueger sand: "Every year,

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VII Jos") C alaux asked to do so at once. Checks or I receive in Munich, great numbers,
WilCaillaux come back? That is money may be sent to Milo. Oliphant, of American songs. Some of them I
the question in Franice a~s the radicals!, '24E, head of the Student Christian have with mie now, and next year,
with whom he is allied, are preparing I association committee in charge at when I return, I am to sing them.
to take over the.overnment from La"ne Hall. I have several, all of them are beaut- II
Raymond Poincare," decisively defeated- j
by them in the general election. Call-
faux, former premier, was banished E
from Paris early in the war after bie- '
ing accused of treason. It was thought atr
at the time that he was done for polit-= 4
ically, but the coup of the radicals mayI Blousee
enable him to win back his once all-
powerful position in France. 4 Hosery 9M
-~-~----1
the prime factors which brought this I
new school to ,Johns Hopkins univer-
sity. ' ..
Architects. Elect o e "r si ntI1- t
)Douglas D: Loree, '24A, was elected
president of the Architectural society = tt .W ,
at the elections hield yesterday in the tit rtf t
corridors of, the architectural college. - ----------
Others elected as officers. of the societyI
for the coming school!term are as fol-IE
lows: Vice-president, Raymond...Wieb-_____
er, '25A; secretary, R.' E..Qester, '25A;
treasurer, G. T. Rtichey, '25A; custod- '-
ian, H. G. Colwell, '26A. 18Acd
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