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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

~~L[MEiSpanish King Is Made A Figureheadl
r~ c~ssBy Directorate That Saved His

07A.149tei pe!" AUon Some 1PhalT of
Lkbor Party 'ganI#4dton
iUnited Staites;
I1NTkRCO1LLE(4TE TRWVYOTS
Alihigan'si firmt class in intercoAlleg.
pae debating was chosen yesterday by
the ineibers 6! the punblic speakig
f~;ulty following the try-out of 47 mn
and 28 womeni. Tlve m n ~iandethe
-ame number of women w-ere chosen
for the class, and also nine alternate-;.
Fach tryout gave a- five-m~innte talkI
upon some phase of the organization
of a labor party, in the United :States.:
The men s:-oke in the morning, anti
the following were chosen: F,. S.
Dahlher g, '25, R. C. Dixon, '26, 11. W.
Godall, '26, It. D. fHughes, '26, W. 11.
Line, '27, D, . Filcher '26, J. J. Rosen-
thal, '25, LE. 1-1. ,Salzman, '25. A. M.
;tern, '26, M. M. -Wbitcomb, '25, C. F.
Wh)ite, '26, and K. F. Zeisler, '26.
The alternates chosen for the men
are J. D. Lindsay, '24, N. .0. Miller,
'26, 'W. L. Diener, '26, H.1-1. N~tzert,
'27, P. N. Krasne, '27, and R. B. Cohn,
'26C. They will succeed to the class in~
the order named.
The following were chosen 'fromn
amnong the women tryouts, who spoke~
in the afternoon: Gertrude Bailey,'
'2 Cnstanie 'Clark, '26,Drothy
Cline, '26, Helen Gustine, '25, Clara
Lau, '25, Florence Mc~omb, '25, Mar-
garette Nichols, '27,.,Dkoothy Nix~, '27
Miriam Olden., '21, Merel Par'ks, 25,
EliabthVan Valkengh '26, and
Beat Waner '25 , he oihens al-j
tern ates, in the order chenare Ida
May, '25, Ellura Harvey, '25, and F~ran-
cis Light, '26.,
From this class in intef'collegiate de-
bating will be chlosen. the Ohio-Mich-
igan and Central League debatin~g
teams next year.
The Week's News
In Brief

rstjit or~ei11%(QlI30 h ptkt(~C oae etl i(1nim)Giri
The~ dirc~t tora t medintmtjpow e pns ietrt.Lf.t rgt 4ldn' lea
j he disiatieta eSan in its.rm-d iiea s ,aeuacd ohvesvd h
efforts to subdue rebellious tribes in
its Moroccan possessions, and enror-
nious governmental expenditures were
hireatening to bankrupt the nationalI
rea sury.
EDU CATION SCHOL
MA KESHE U LING

Gabrilowitsch And DRAMA 1
Throncte Bauer End Season -
In Detroit Tuesday (continued f'rom Page Four)
five members Ross Gorman and
The current Detroit music season,)Gog eswn
certainly the longest and most bril- The name of Ross Gormano
I liant in the city's history, will come course, is familiar as hav-ing the un-
to a triumphant close Tuesday nightl ique honor of playing sonic fourteen
w'hen Ossip Gabrilowitsch and Hlarold instruments, including ftour diffe rent
Iauier give a two-piano recital in Or-kinds of saxophones, f'our different-
chestra hall. The proceeds of fthe ]:kyed Clarinets, some three bass;oons,
conceert will go to the starving chil-'
dren.,of. Germany. the nuarimh~nph one, and the remain-
This utnu ual musical event is made ing Inewibers of~ the hrass famtily, just
- t ossbleby r. Bite's resncein a little better than anyvone else. As
[Ann Arbor for the May Festival.' No for George Gershwvin, you mzust read'
unsicelover. needs; to be told thlat both Gilhert Seldes "The Seven Lively
I he~and Mr. Gabrilowitsch are undue=- !Arts", to trully appreciate the force of
rtionalhly among the very great pianists his enthusiastic> adjectives.
of this generation. Both are artists I in a final paragraph, it should be
'of lbug experience. Their joint ap-1 explainted -why these three dramnat
' pearances have long Ueen famous, hut notices on Paul W1hitemnan have been1
D~etroit -has never heard them in re-rinnte etr Coundste
cital together. Mr«ols ites h is pl
The program will include the greati'rC"a1~' ites h is pi
Bach Fauftasia and Fugue in A minor, ogy is that the music edItor rahabeen
a Mozart sonata, the delightful Aren- 1 hastily occupied this past week,.and
skay suite and several smaller numu-# the other is that Paul Whitenman is
bers. The concert is managed by Iso- amore drama, perhaps than convert-1
Sbel J. Hurst. Tickets will be on'sale tiniiii nwy tlath
X =at Grinnell's all day Monday and Toes- insbemritrsigth "e
day and at Orchestra hall before theE Irish Washerwoman" by the Chicago
concert.Sypoyoceta
Muslera, 11r-Sypoy rceta
tino0 d tvie i "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv. DAILY CLASSIFIFEDS BRING
'l1ishKinlg's ITjRIG RESULTS-
vayeod by its Patronize Daily. Advvertisers.--Ady. ON LTL INVEST1MENT'

Daily classified for real res
A new sport oxford for
campus,, links, court or
veranda! Soft tani buckskin
apron and side panels.of
calfskin artfully comned
for servis and comfort -
John Ward Suppl Soles of
crude rubber --TheSeapuit,
'and many other new~
models, wit be shown by
C. P. Lathrop at

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Come W he-n the Showvs Start

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Prerlbes Fifteen Hours of Ped~agogy
To Ile Elected From Group
Idstizigs
REQUIRE 0I~E COzR SE FRfOM
M EACH 0O' THlE FIFE GROUPS
-The school of education has recent-
ly- modifi~ed its requirements for a-
te'acher's certificate. Beginning in
Septemb~er, 1924, ~and, therefore affect-
fag students entering the junior class
this fall, the fifteen hours in educa-
tion will be prescribed within group
flistings, according to Prof. C.> 0. Daviia
secretary. of the facultyv.
In addition to Course 7 in Plilo~s-
6phy, all students except those e 4 king
physical education, vocational ,u *
edt cation, and elemenitary school work.
wilbe, requWCirdto tak~e one course
'n' each o~f five groups. The entire
list of groilbs wifl- appear in the Daily
Oficial Bultin in _Tuesday's Daily-.

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Hu4ies "held nmierous
with the Prsiszt over
;ration bill. 'Ambasaidor
in, offer'ed. his tb iknationa
of the Japaie ezulusion
tba.ssador Hlanibana let it,

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A new process was perfecte~d --by
wich pictures may be sent, over tele-
graph or telephone. It recently took 4
1-2 minuteg to transiuit a by 7 inch'
picture from New York to Cleveland.
where apparatus has been establ-ish~ed
to broadcast Conventioln-pictuires. Thea
method will be used eventually to dis-
tribute nictures of criminals.
IBrigadier-Gene.ral Charles G. flAiis.
of reparations fame, is being boonmed 1
for vice-president. Says Mr. Dawes:
"The more I toalk about this vice-presi-
dency business the more irritated 1I
become. I am not a candidate, and
won't become one."
Administration leaders would like to
have Congress adjourn before the Na-1
tional Conventions. The Farm bloc.
howevrer, will stand in the way of ad-
journment until Henry Fiord's Mutiscle
Shoals offer, and farnm relief measures'
are considered.

rg, npi~tion of relations wvith the So-
Tiet.
An Engiliman who lives in Franc-e
claims to have invented a so-called]
"diabolical, ray" by, which whole ar-'
miles may be wiped'out, fleets may be
paralyzed, and the air may be ruled.l
Electricity, is involved.
Once there Was a pit-boy in a Soot--
tI~h; mine, named JTmes brown, lfe
became a full-fledged °mine:.rljTei he
became a labor member of Parliament.
Last week he was app~ointed Lord
High Commissliner to the General As-
semibly of The Church of Scotland, in
Nvhich capacity he represented ther
Xilng. He now lives in H~olyrood
palace.;
It is said that Poincare contekcm-
plates a trip to the United States, fol-1
lowing his resignation from the gov-j
erment.. Friends5 are urging him to
take the ambassadorship to the United
States, in place of Jusserand who has
long, wanted to retire.

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Thle principal farm relief measure is
one whf ich would provide for a $200;-I
000,000 corporation to buy up surplua'
farm products and sell them abroad.
President Coolidge's campaign man-]
ager announced that 984 delegates had
so far been instructed to vote for the
President. He needs 555 votes to winf
the nomination on the first ballot.
The department of Justice was ac-
cused of attempting to "frame" Sena-
tor Wheeler, who is chairmn of the
co~mittee appointed to investigate
the department under Daugher'ty's ad-
ministration, and to hinider- the com-
mittee's work. All this w~as vetiein-
ently denied by depa.rtmnft officals. -.
Participation of the United States in
a World coutrt, on of President
Coolidge's pet projec~ts, will probably
not be decided in this- Congress, ob-
servers declare. It will be~ one of the
planks in the Republican platformi.
After numerous delays on the rock-
bound coast of, AlaskLa and Nrthern
Asia, the American aviators finally ar-
rived in Japan. D'Oisy, the French
around-the-world aviator, came to
grief on a- Shanghai golf-links.: He
procured a Chinese planie and con-
tinued on his flight.

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Under ,anew ruling of the Soviet,
enrollment in schools, colleges, and'
other educational institutions will be
limited to those who can show, undi-
luted "blue" blood. Russian blue-
fblood is now Workingmnan's blood-'-
untainted by any mercantile, profes-
sional, military, or aristocratic strain.
During the, last three months, in-
dictments were brought out in Russiaj
against 7,000 bootleggers, engaged in
the. distribution. of 'Vodka.
As a result. of the lax business .situ-1
ation in. Gernany, there is general tin-
rest in the Ruhr. Over 600,000 minersI
are on strike.
Feeling that Pope Gregory's scheme
is not entirely practical,' the L~eague
of Nations has come forward with a
new calendar. It would consist of 13,
months of 28 days each. New Year I
(the 365Th day) would, not be counted.
Occidentals in China say Sun Yat-I
Sen, first president of the Chinese
republic, is crazy. His Cantonesel
friends in Shanghai think he is brok-
en-hearted. And last week a respon-
sible news agency reported that heIi

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Orchestra
IN. D. FALCO YE, Director
Presenting
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM

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