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IGaT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Korean Student Denies Report News Fromt Other Colleges
In Letter Describing 'Quake ,
Princeton-Returns of the Yale-! Paraphernalia has been distributed
Princeton game will be shown on a among the solicitors. A thermometer
Grace Song, a Korean student at the summer, and she has friends and rela- canot akeSaturda for thosew haen aign hasbeen erected in the vici
University, emphatically denies one of tives still in Tokio. The Princetonian, the daily paper, of the campus.
the statements made in the letter writ- has undertaken to provide for this ar-
ten by Yone Moriya, '23, to the resi- rangement. Indiana-A triangular debate with
dents of Martha Cook building, and I U IL U WI IOR L JO U F Purdue and Ohio State has been ar-
published in The Daily, last Sunday. fIllinois-Final plans for the Stadium ranged for early in March. The ques-
The letter stated that "to add to the: E L PH I tion to be debated is "Resolved that,
misery of a people already homeless L I the United States Public Opinion
and facing death on all sides, came "H o i e s t Bill" should support the French Repara-
the news that a few thousand Koreans Washington, Nov. 15.-(By A.P.)- tions Policy.
and freed criminals were rushing on Earthquake records cannot be used di- Elected Governort
the Omori ( a village near Tokio) de- rectly in predicting earthquakes, the iOklahomal-A former student of this
stroying all in their path." Weather Bureau announces, but study University who is now working in
Miss Song states that this could not of a collection of these records throws Honduras as a surveyor has written
have been true due to the fact that a great deal of light on .the nature of I to one of the professors comment-
the number of Koreans in Japan at earthquakes generally, and it is hoped ing on the scarcity of women in that
that season would not have amounted that at some future time this informa- country. There are 50 women to ev-

Toronto-At a meeting of the mem-
bers of the McGill and Varsity golf
teams held here recently the Canad-
ian Golf association was formed and
officers lected. Although there are
only two colleges now entered in the
association it is expected that at least
two more will join.
Dartmouth-Dartmouth will oppose
Cornell and Yale in a triangular de-
bate when the debating season opens
Dec. 8. The subject will be "Resolv-
d that the best interests of New Eng-
land will be served by a unified own-
ership and operation of its railroads".

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Wisconsin--More than 1,000 sub-
scriptions for the 1924 Badger, the
University yearly, had been received
at the close of the second days' cam-
paign. This year 300 persons are en-
gaged in soliciting subscriptions

Cosmopolitan Club.Social:
All foreign students, and others interested, are invited to the Cosmo-
politan Club social in Lane Hall Frida y, November 16, at 7:30 p. m. Pro-
gram and refreshments.
Fred Hediger, Acting President, Cosmopolitan Club.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Friday, November 16, at 4:30 p. m. Alfred H. Lloyd.

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to any number approaching a few tion may lead to successful methods of
thousand, and those who were there prediction.
had been deprived of all weapons. She The 14awaiian volcanic observator3
believes that the Koreans would not of the Weather Bureau utilizes thesci

have made such an Attack in any case. records and has been instrumhental in
She recently received a letter from the saving of life and property: When
Mistuea Abe, editor-in-chief of a large a violent earthquake that appears to
newspaper in Tokio, which states that have occurred in the Pacific ocean is
during the confusion at the time of the recorded the observatory officials send
earthquake it was rumored that the out warnings by cable and otherwise
Korean students would take this op- to the regions likely to be affected.
portunity to make war, but that upon Such earthquakes frequently are at-
investigation, this was found to be ab- tended by so-called tidal waves. There
solutely false. usually is api interval of many hours
Miss Song studed medicine in between the occurrence of the quake
Tok'o, Japan, for five years previous and the arrival of the destructive
to her coming to this country last oceanic wave at any given point.

should also furnish an interesting en-
FRIDAY counter. if Bowman, the great Syra-
6:45-Nippam Round Table of Amer- cuse back is ain the lineup, Colgate
ican and Japanese students meets in will have its work cut out. Foley is
Congregational church. another Sytacose . halfback who is
7:30-Congregational church choir capable bf big things. Last week each
dramatic party at 726 Oakland ave- team :won a 49-0 victory. Syracuse
nue. , swamped Boston University, while
7:30-Al1 foreign students .and mem.I Colgate walked away from Rochester.
bers of Cosmopolitan club meet in I The Bean-eaters are a more formid-
Lane. hall. Prof. G. W. Patterson, able team thah Rochester, however,
assistant dean of the engineering and the comparative performances
college, will address the meeting. give the New Yorkers a slight edge.
7 :30--PolonIa Literary circle smokerl
in room 302, Union. Daily Makes Correction
8:00New York club meets for social at An omission from an article report-
Harris hall. Special invitation to ing the action of literary faculty in
freshmen from New. York state. Call abolishing plan B from the plans for
Miss Lola Swengel, 1280-J, or admission to the University on certifl-
Charles Burrows, 1575-R, before Fri- cate may have caused some misinter-
day. I pretation. The story did not state
when the plan will go into effect.
SATURDAY Plan B will not be abolished until
10:80-CongregatIonal students hlke March 1, 1925, naking it necessary
to Delhi mills. that all students entering the liter-
7:30-Chinese Friendly circle meets in ary college after ptember 1925 must
Wesley hall. satisfy requirementfs heretofore known
as Plan A.
SUNDAY
12:00-Prof. Bruce Curry speaks on.-
the bible, Congregational church °
forum.
4:00-Harry Clark, '24, president of
the S. hCA., speaks at Congregation- lIDAYSPREETRIAL Yo wbnditionaly
al church. fWe rterlulbthe tboe t mv pode U
5:30-Japan-America night at Congre- GREAT PRICE SAVING tt r*°
gat'onl Students' Fireside Chat. * "oi**iuf*alIb.c*d*b*ormonoaavinelsa.
-,EASY MONTHLY PAYMEiNTS s~t11lthat
7 :15-The Jewish Students' congre- ncI lvWinutt
gation meets in Lane hall auditor- FREE BOOK OF FACTS .
ium. Rabbi Henry J. Berkoritz will muand io
speak. . . ' (J LEj Under our Special Student Customers
_______________ Sales Plan you can'not only pay for'
your own typewriter, but earn oah besides. BeSue
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(Continued from Page Six) Act Today!
over the aggregations much more Mail Year
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morrow's game. Likewise, Lafayette
is booked for an easy contest when -n Ward e
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Armyi a tdown Beth- ose & Ravenswood
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The greatest values in town. Pain
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William J. Fields, new governor see them..
elect of Kentucky, is known as "Hon- Opposite Elks Temple
est Bill of Olive Hill" by his close
.friends, a title he has carried for
years. HDi
et and won by a majority of over 40,-
000, returning Kentucky to the Dem- 335 SOUTH MAIN STREET
ocratic ranks after a two-year reign
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