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PAGE T~c THE MICHIGAN DAILY

;WEDNESDAY, 'OCTOBER, 24, 1323

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2LSTUDENTS
WILL1MUT FRIDAY
Holding their fourth annual din-
ner, the University Episcopalians will
give a banquet at 6 o'clock next Fri-
day evenig in the assembly hall of
the Union. Rev. William Scarlett of
Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis,
Mo.,, will be the principal speaker of
the evening.
sRev. Scarlett is a man of wide ex-
perience in both city and missionary
life. Before coming to St. Lous, the
D~ean was at one time assistant at St.
tGeorges', New Yorks city.

S.HDean , body wialkpeangt the~lnil nn
S.rH.d e an ,'24 witalrepeaint OO th
t i th e subject, 'Tremendous trifle" ., I 9 ~ UJI~ nv
ii1 University Episcopalians are;
urged to aseuretheirbticket adear as N SSE NTlERTAIINME
urged to asfeudetheirbanqet arld ae
only a limited number of -guests can
be taken care of. The tickets will be The Friendly Relation society will
on sale at the bookstores or may be hold its first meeting for the entire

discussion groups with the, Americant
students for the discussion of Filipino'
h n elions and the problems
K teintive peo le. The date of the!
^ieting )will 1be announced later.j
"lans are also in formulation for a
T'hanksgiving party for all foreignt
;tud cuts who remtain in Ann Arbor
ghat (lay.

purchased fromn anyone of the cabin-,
et committee.
Sherwood Aniderson Seeks Divorce
Sherwood Anderson, well known
author of "Winesburg Ohio", "The
Triumph of The E~gg", and "Many"
Marriages", has filed a suit of divorce
from Tennessee Mitchell .Anderson in
the District court at Reno, Nevada.
'The complaint in which desertion is
charged as the causus Belli is one of,
the shortest on the records of the
court, according to attorneys.
Members of the freshman social
i onimittee elected at a tea give~t re-
cently by, Deadi Jean Hanmilton in
honor of the freshmein women, were
as follows: Jean lkyor, '27, chairman;
Charlotte Hailer, '27; and Muriel Me-
Gugan, '27. These memnbers, are per~-
nutted to entlarge the committee at
their own discretion.

club at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at
8o'clock at the home of Prof. 11 C ~i vn~
L. T. Puiz o f New York city wh71o is
nainlsceayo h ia~ic ~f l NW SIGOclub will be present, visiting the Fili- AU I 1 Vb1~II
pino students here Thursday, Friday_____
and. Saturday.
omrThe program will be given un'der Homer Heath, manager of the Un-
the auspices of the Cosmopolitan club ion, while in Washington on Nov . 2
and all foreign students are inzvited, to arrange for the Opera trip there,
The_ Friendly Relation committee ' = will also address a re-organization .
the S. C. A. which is directly inmeigo1h niest fMcia
charge of the reetption hias playne lint fta iy
principal refforted of tmhciteer. Iii Annn.ofhouncement was made yesterday
be centered 'on closer social conract by TP. Hawley Tapping that the. Balzti-
between residents of Ann Arbo rfac-4 more aluiini are making plans for
sily ad te sudets rom other s pecial Pullmans to carry them tof
ltand thstdens fom ashlington when the Opera appears
A reception was held last Thursday there on Dec. 20. E. J. Bennett, 100P,
for the Japanese students and at t.i has charge of the arrangemnents.
Filipino-Michigan club which met ! The UT. of M. club of Baltimore also
Sunday it was decided at the sugges-; plans to have a representative at the,
tion of the chairman to hold informal Washington reorganization -meeting.

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DAILY OPENS SERICE
IN SCHOOL NEW'S BUREA
In order to faciliate the distrihution
ofcollege news throughout the Unite~d
States The Daily will open correspon-
dence with the College Press bureau
at Canton, N. Y.
There is a demand by metropolitan
newspapers for college inews in the
fore of shorts and oter activities
which surround aInI fornA an integral
part of every college and university.'
The College Press bureau is formed
to facilitate this distribution of news'.
The bureau is associated with the Chi-.
cago Daily News, Cleveland News,
Pittsburg Gazette Times, Syracuse'
Post-Standard and the Brooklyn Eagle
and all of these papers are anxious to
publish a column of collage news at
least once or twice a week. Besides
these there are about 40 other papers
which desire the same service.
London, Oct. 23.--The Prince ofl
Wales probably will visit South Afric'a
next spring.
Daily classified for real results.

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The rigfht way
The recent visit of Hlenry Lane Wvil--
son, former aml~assalot to Mexio, : t W ere t e v also.
the White, Mouse, gives rise to the ru-
mar thiat he may be one of the mena
io i;'iO-red for the vacancies expectedl
C tic diplomiatic service the first of R ~ aJ cI
-h ear when Ambassadors Harvey
xnd Cl ld are slated to resign. He 6W ¢tT C"HVR-CHx
has serv ed the. government on sever-
aiiportant missions.
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house:ttoooot 1:>ea ahi cnsan
as aDeP ;,r1iet of Justice operative,
in1 gett ingliqlior out of bond ffir
theml.
Conirelt i Otu o hta
ofi: .1imuyv
Conpn~ todefaudthe Govern--
ment byreovngv;t quantities of
I~huo fro licesed istilleries to
placs ohertho deigntedGovern-
"ecs sile a the indictments
_ 1h1011(1 aI4']' 1('ild iot
gum. anI a hedI ha, bil on -Allfollr
inc tme}.ntsbe set at;10;00instead
of the $20,000 demanded by prosecu-
tors.
Judge Knox made ,it $15,000, offer-
mgto give the prisoner until today
to produce the money.
"We'll put it up right now," said
William Civers," of counsel for
Means, said his client stood ready to
submit toC, ng;ress for investigation
thle result of a general investigation
ho hd md into prohibition coiidi-
tions in and around New York City.
Thle: Meanis investigation, he said, was
discontinued~ when it brought to light
.the names of "certain high officials
connected with the Internal Revenue
Department".
F3avan, ac.eL'-):--A delegatibn of
American businessmen is going to the
United Stats in December to mak Ie a
plea beforec the<1 S.1enate that the Isle h
of Pines be tknunder American
jurisdiction (Cuba,. now controls the
island.)

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