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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDA'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA

(ay. The list of Republican primar.. Montevideo.(By A. P.)-Tie An)-I duced to the old gunbat Scorpion and
# es, however, has not been completed erican Bankers proferred loan was i;- "a suply sh~rip.
by headquarters of the Republican jected by Ujruguay, the trshir
National Committee., considered disadvantageou .O'f 3 iea, (iea--lyA 4-ne awl
will float internal bond4; to offsert 1 a , ym fica bev
twonrj two year deficit.,~ ''P~t' vnotca bev
V H N I it SCIETT HO LDt > > tf~c u. t~orflconference under - 4te i aa
Washington.-(Bv A. P,1) The Am-- ix
FIS ET n r FY9 erican flotilla will not r('as;ei we iii-
Constantinople waters. it will b-ho V( tf' C ironha The111w aily andverisers.
La Sociedad I-ispanica held its first iii!HIlIItIILw .
meeting in room 203. Tappan Mall last --
evening at 7:30. Plans for the year =
were discussed. The followinlg officers
have been elected: Milton Peterson, l~E
'2,president; Kathryn Wilson, grad,
vc-rsdn;Helen Woodruff, grad, f
secretary; Ralph Watt, 124, treasurer,
Mr. E. A. Mercado of the Spanish dle- -
partment heas been chosen to 'act asE
faculty adlvisor,
Plans were discussed for a series B
of six lectures to be given during the a-
year. The first of these to" be given aius .
the latter part of this month. Most-
of these lectures will be illustrated
and will be delivered in Spanish.
OF e EiP N;!
New Art Objects -
On .Display :Nowv
Pencil sketches and etchings by the -
leading artists of Ozecho-Slovakia
aenow exhibited in the architectural -A
corriclol' of the Engineering building. -
These', lates which have recently come"!
into the possession of the college' ofI
architecture are of various quaint e UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
European scenes and structures. Scv-
eral colorful etchings of- the interiors w.
of cathedrals and sketches of various
:urban scenes are shown. Ebb-a
In addition to these there are three; .R' AY '9 =
minature plaster casts of Miss Nancy
Stair's sculpture. They are of animal
and bird life, the 'originals of which!- l l lllllll11lllllll 1 11i llai1 ,1 111111illlll 3 llll
have been exhibited throughout the ______________________ _____
country. These sm~all figures were
given to the college of architecture......- --'-........................ :...:,- - --- __---
last year by. Miss Stair whose home is=+
in Detroit. I IITT? AI'DV DV I .PTX

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Washington, Oct. 4 -. Ilnocrats ji
17 states will select their'(Ieatsto
the nationl convention next year rby
direct vote in a series of primaries be-{1
gO...flakin March-,AI

6114it 1 t LL( L 'A tabulation of the (Is tas of these
pri maries has b~een raace 1P:ublic by New English Instructors, Welcomed
the Democratic National (cex3nuitt,, ! Welcome was extended to two new
In many cases they coincide with thle i nenibers of the English department
dates on which the vot rs will ex yesterday at its monthly luncheon held
press their preference among fares-i in the Union. The new members are:
dential candidates, although 1 in 5ozfe! Mr. Edward Oakes, formerly of Un-
states electing delegates directly there ion college at Schenectady, and Mr.
will be no p~referential votes for ptres- John B. Moore, formerly of 'Wisconsin.
ident, the dlelegations being either in-
structed by state Convention or left( Washington, D. C., Oct. 4.-F or every
uninstructed.I divorce in the United States during
In many cases, too, Demgocratic and 1922 there were 7.6 marriages, ac-
Republican voters will go to the polls( cording to statistics just disclosed by
to elect their delegates on thesae the bureau of census.

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