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November 21, 1923 - Image 5

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Republicans Battle Over Coolidge
: and Johnson; Democrats
Want McAdooj
Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 20.-Henry
Ford's name probably will' be on two
at@'f hre~e;in te tate-
presidential primary next March,
-even:though- the, -county conventions.
being held' today all over the state
I fall to show a preponderance df Ford'
sentiment in any party. It requires'
only five members of >a state proposal
to put a. minority candidate. on the
Lballot, and there are enough Ford en-
- thusiasts -in the Democratic and
Farme L4bor grties, at least, to as-,
sure the filing of Mr. Ford's name.
Today's conventions are to ohoose
delegates to the proposal conventions
of the three parties at Pierre, Dec. 4.
Instructions will be given these del-
egates today to skg1w the state's poli-
tical preference.
Among Republicans, the contest lies
between President Calvin Coolidge
and Senatox.Hiram Johnson,. of Cali-
The two biggest factions of the
Democratic Party both favor Will-
ilam' Bibbs,-McAdoo, although there is

U. S. Expedition To Asia Is Returning;
Brings Proofs Of Scientific Theo

contribution to the program while the
Wesley guild will present a Booth
Tarkington play, "The Trysting Place."
y.ies Tonight's is the initial appearance.
r as of ,the Inter-church Dramasociety.f
This organization was formed this year
in an attempt to promote closer rela-
tions between the student groups of
the churches. If the event is success-
ful the society plans'to make it an an-
nual event. They also plan that each
each group shall present its play be-
fore each of the others.
Faculty Concert Postponed I

The Narrow Path -or the
Wide Road. Which?
The confines of one business-or con-
tact with them alL
Insurance is the wide road that main-
tains active association with big men and
big affairs, with many and varied interests.
Insurance-Fire, Marine and Casualty-
is an essential part of the most vital activi-
ties of the commercial and industrial
As the oldest AmericanFire and Marine
Insurance Company, so greatly respon-
sible for the present dignity atid prestige
of the insurance profession, the Insurance
Company of North America urges college
men to give to this worthy calling the
consideration that is its due.

Owing to the continued illness of
Samuel P. Lockwood, director of the'
University Symphony orchestra, the
faculty concert which was scheduled
for Sunday afternoon, Nov. 25, and at
which the orchestra was to appear,'
has been indefinitely postponed. No-
tice of orchestra rehearsal will be
made at a future date.
Screen Today
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Insurance Company of
North America
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life

Arcader "The French
featuring Mae Murray.



. strong minority for Ford. The
Farmer-Labor Party is to decide be-
twbegn 'r~dand Senator .6bert m. La
The South Dakota prjtnarie are apt
to bring Ford into the open and end
the uncertainty about whether he will
make the race, because candidates in
the March primary must accept the
nomination before: Jan.'1, or lose their
place on the ballot. Speaking for the
Ford enthusiasts among the Demo-
crats, F. H. Hildebrandt, member of
s the legislature from Watertown, said
last night he Wished officially to deny
"that Mr. 'Ford, or any person with
authority to speak for him, ever in-
formed any person that he would not
accept the Democratic ;nomination for
President if it was offered to him.'"
U. S. G. Cherry, prominent Sioux
Falls supporter of McAdoo, said E.
G., Liebold secretary'to Forpi told
hin :oul not run for
Sonce under -ny circumstances.
Steve Farrell Varsity cross country
mentor sent his 'harriers through a
stiff workout yesterdaysi n the form of
a three mile practice run in preper-
ation for the conference run in which
the Wolverine hill and dalers will par-
ticipate Saturady at Columbus.
In the past the conference run has
been the classic of the West in run-
ning circles and the number of en-
tries this year is expected to exceed
that of former years. Nt only confer-
ence teams will be represented in te
meet but also other capable aggrega-
tions of the West such as' Kansas Ag-
gies, Ames and Butler. Michigan ex-
perienced little difficulty in coping
first honors in the affair last season,
but then the Wolverines had the
mighty Isbell. Nevertheless Davis and
Captain Arndt are running in great
shape this season and.,they may be
able to turn in a win in the meet.
Only six men from each team are al-
lowed to compete in the conference
run. Steve has not- decided just what
men will carry the Maize and Blue
colors, in..the meet but .judging from
past performances Captain Arndt, Dav-
is, Bowen, and Rearick are sure to be
seen in the conference affair. The oth-
er two places will be filled by Shone-
field, Griffen or Reinke. Seven men
will be taken to the meet, one of these
remaining on the sidelines ready to
run in ease anything should happen to
the regulars. The team will leave
Thursday evening so that the athletes
will have a chance to walk around the
course Friday.
Washington, Noy. 20- By AP-
A disclosure that there is a special
service sction in the, Veters' .Bur-
cau which handes cases in which
members of congress' e interesed
and a charge by Representative John-
son, republican, Washingtn, that the
bureau had kidnop ed as.etera from
an asylum in his state marked the
hear'ng yesterday before the Senate
Veterans' committee.
Other developments included a de-
cision not to hear further witnesses
in defense of Director Charles R.

Asia Magazine.

Photos Courtesy American Museum of Natural History and.

Roy 'Capnan Au-rews, leader of the expedition (upper left) ; motor section of the expedition passing through
gate of the great Chinese wall; one of the loadel trucks crosding the Ongn river in Mongolia; group of
camels used by the expedition.
New York, Nov. 20.-The third Asi- American Asiatic assoc ation and Asia the invertebrate life which existed dur-
atic expedition into Asia - American Magazine. ing this period, ten million years ago.
planned, conducted and manned-is re- Regarding the discoveries made, the
turning toassemble the wealth of data report of the expedition says in part: Society Presents
and foss -It collected in one of the It discovered the greatest known
most successful expeditions in the his- fossil field. New Play Tonight
tory of scientific research. I proved Professor Osborn's theory,
The expedition was organized main- stated n 1900, that central Asia was Prof. F. N. Scott, of, the rhetoric d-
1y to test the theory advanced in19900 the place of origin and dispersal center
by Prof.,IHenry Fairfield Osborn, predi- of much of the mammalian life of Am- partment, who is now in Europe, is the
dent of the American Museum of Na-lerica and Europe. ' author of one of the fdur plays which
tural -istory, that central Asa was # Proved that a broad, land connection will be presented at 8 o'clock tonight
the place' of origin of the reptil an and between Asia and America. by way of in Lane hall by the Inter-church
mammalian life which migrated later IAlaska has existed until recent geo- Drama society. This play, "Whose
to Europe and 'America. Roy Chap- logical times. Mistake Was' It?" will be offered by
man Andrews, noted geologist, led the Proved that during the early part of the Baptist Students' guild, and direct-
expedition and has returned to. New the Age of Reptiles (Lower Cretace- ed by Florence Nelson, '11'
York ahead of the main party to seek ous) Mongola was a dry upland with The Hobart I guild will',present
-Anances - for a new dxpedit'on which open plains sparsely forested and had "Sham" written by F. G. 'Thompkins.
will last five years. an invigorating climate. At this time Howard Williams, '5, s diret .ng this
4Th expedition was. under the au- Europe and America were virtually at play. "The Irnpertin #nce o f t1 Crea
spices of the American Museum of Na- sea level. By its discoveries, the ex- tare" from the pen of Gordn Cosmo
tural Historyi in co-operation with the pedition has disclosed for the first t'me Lennox, will be the Presyterians
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Majestic-"The Spoilers."
Wuert h-Harold -Lloyd in "Why
{ Worry?"
Orpheum-"The Shadow of the
Stage-This Week
Whitney-Friday, "The Cat and
the Canary."
Garrick (Detroit)-"You and I"j
Wednesday, Nov. 21
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