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SAT'LTRDAY, \QVLMBER 3, 1923

SATTR~AY NOEMBE 3, 23THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRANCE "TO RESIST
REPARAITION PROBE
Opposition to Appointment. of Expert
Commission May Jeopardize
Negotiations

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FRENCH RADICALS APPROVE
POINCARE'S PROPOSED NOTE
Washingtonl, Nov. 2.- (By A.P.) -
Statements attributed to Premier
Poincare, in press advices from Par-
is, indicate the desire of the French

government to resist sharply: the scope
Sof. the proposed. expert inquiry into
the reparations situation have occa-
sioned considerable comment in offi-
cial quarters in- Washington.
It as aidauthoritatively that. the
restrictions outlined were not in ac-
cord with 'the suggestion for an ex-
Cpert commission put forth by Hughes.
-x. There was every indication that if
France insisted upon a formula that
Awould prevent a full and complete in-
quiry into Germany's capacity, the
'success of the present negotiations
would be seriously jeapordized ini the
eyes of Washington.
S Paris, Nov. 2.-(By A.P.)-Premier
Poincare's Nevers speech is regard-
zed in political circles here more as
for homre consumption than as a re-
ply. to the Washington and London
Ssuggestions regarding a conference
r of experts top consider Germany's ca-
~,pacity for the _payment of repara-
tions. The premier's' speech is con-
sidered to be the first gun in the elec-
toral campaign in 1924.
S It is pointed out that for the first
~.time in a long series of. speeches be-
gun in the summer the Premier spoke
in a radical socialist department, be-
~fore an assembly presided over by a
Sdeputy from the left group, he having
-heretofore restricted his activities
Ito, solid nationalistic centers in the
Marne and the Meuse.
The radicals are jubilant over the
t~tone and spirit of the Premier's ad-
dress especially his closing words:
~"We covet no territory; we respect
the liberty of peoples; we; desire to
Sretain with our allies the most amia-

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ble relations. We ask nothing better! will be given a test a week before the for the freshmen sectional group vs. team 10; 3:15 o'clock, Thursday-1-
than-to resume ;with Germany the in- regular meet by the Intramural ofici- speedball leagues s as follows: 3:15.j team 2 vs. team 5; 4:15 o'clock, team
tercourse of good neighbors." als in order to ascertain his physical o'clock, Monday-team 1 vs. team 2, 13 vs. team 9; 3:15 o'clock, Friday-
This is the whole .program of the condition. If he passes the test, he team 8 vs. team 9; 3:15 o'clock, Tues- team 1 vs. team 4; 4:15 o'clock, team F o d u ff
Ileft group, the radicals point out and will be allowed to compete Nov. 19. day-team 3 vs. team 4; 4:15 o'clock- 7 vs, team 10. F 1 s8
they express the hope that the Pre-! -team 7 vs. team 6; 3:15 o'clock, Wed-' The teams have been divided into'
mier will persevere in his good de-! The complete schedule for next week nesday-team 1 vs. team 3; team 3 two leagues of five teams each. Each
sires. aggregation will play four games in O
: iII~~l~ilililfti~il{I{llllllilllilillllllllilf~liiiialllleffortililtoii wint theeffrtitlen teoftltheirei
league, the winners to play a match fori;
Intramural Items__________________________ = the championship. The awards will, M
=___- be numerals to the winning team andl
its manager. Th'1e balan<f: of the,
contestants in the all-campus doub - _I ________ __will__beplayedoff__theweekof__
lstunmnshudhvhathi(THave You Seen shdlOiluepaerfftewe !______________________
les ouramet soul hae ha thir UU JU1- jNov. 12, with the finals scheduled to
matches played of[ by yesterday aft--_.' take place Nov. 19.l,
'ernoon in' order that the finals couldi w Lc ~" .a b1 Fb ii.~
be played this morning or afternoon.!* M' 1 I See Grid-Graph Hill Auditoiumn today.!R a l Da yfid C ln S
However, due to unavoidable conflicts D j 5 4 j J1 J 'r vcs -
the matches have been delayed and the d- II{l111u1111uluulli{~lllilllliilllI~llIIIpll11
semi-finals will, not be played upntil ' SLEEP~ ANYWHJERE, BUT
I Moneday ith the finals taking place _ EAT AT RBEX'S -
Wensdy THE CLUB LUNCH
The 'four teams remaining in the Wehv=om 1 rCrSre
Itournament will "meet in the semi-fln-adOioaSnadTbFs oosi Near State and Packard Streets I
als Monday as follows: Hodgeman- an rnkaSnadTu atClosiI _________________w
King, 2129-d, vs. Garber-Hicks, 1324-3; =vreyo atrsta ilapa to your every
Olian-Dreyfus, 2429W, vs. O'Connell-_ need. EL R L B .-
O'Brien, 2420W.-64 ST ASiTO.=
In the singles tennis the same situ- Estimates cheerfully furnished. Everything=BO R
atoneissasinte obls n tein WINDOW 'SHADES- Holland, reli, &.00 INCITTING BREAKFAST
finals will have to be postponed until C w $4.00 WITHIOUT BREAKFAST
next Monday, if the last match In the= Fringed or Plain, made to order in the best_________________=
seni-finals is played off today. B3urke, ~ workmanlike manner. = "IIiIIIII111I111111HiuIlIIIIlgoIluII,;,7
131, vs. R. U. Martin, m80-R, is the " { V L ET N
remaining match in the semi-finals and = W L P P R A C
should be played today. The winner TOALLVELVETNATTRYAONEHOTOURLROASTS-
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will play O'Connell, 2420-W, Monday= OUR DRAPERIESR RO-S-
-RICES.-
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Fraternity athletic managers should C! are a necessity to every woman.'..Ou meats are alasfehadw-ur
take careful notice of the rulings on _ CaTheyssefresh andn weanglar-
their runners in the coming cross -M T I ' T 7T 9Thyketesincaloly - antee satisfaction.
country meet. If any man is unable : -- and soft.
to appear for the daily practice ses c W I.AN ..I El N Z EL~ - rfsinlavc ntecr
sions, which are being held under thePANiG ND EOATG of the complexion and the mss -
!uevsono oc Slia,-nr sage given free by either phon - -
mural trainer, he may train himself= ANN ARBOR YPSILANTI-' ing
if he informs the' Intramural depart-' -. -«
ment of his intention of doing so. He ;- _______________________________ IR ,JIOULES, 046.i - -A. R. Gf e ll
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'Grapht Electrical Score. Board, will prove as thrilling as the actual spectacle
on the field.
The miniature illuminated gridiron, clearly visible from all parts of Hill
Auditorium, will graphically illustrate all the action taking place in the big
game.
This is the- same board that was operated for the out-of-town games
last year and created: such a sensation.
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