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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TI-RE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, ~UP

EAS5.r1 lL Il)AI): OF 'fM ALLu'
Lansing, Sept. 28.-Decspite early
indications that ithesrrewoulld be a
marked failing off in the aIt toi-lalle
at the Michigan Agricultural college
this year, dlue to the controversies
which have raged aroulnd1te inst itta-
t~on, and the agriculture 1)00 rd, its
governing b~ody, Miss Anna Ferl e, act-
ing registrar, today announced that
late enrollment figures fore-,ast a rog-
istr ation practically as la<rgeas i
1922.
Last night 1 ,540 regular four-year
students liaci registeredi. the Ipredict-
ed that in the next week tlic numblier
will be increasedl to more than t1,600t
by belated arrivals. The enrollment
in the fall t erra last year was s igh t-
ly in excessn of 1,60t0. It w~xas iuc rca;;ed
to, 1,714 by additionis at the beginning
of the winter term---setting t he highi
record for the M. A. C. st uden t body.

Immigrants Still
Desire Spaghetti! e
Grand Iiapq)ds, M\ich., Sept. 28- se
"'that false system of Americaniza- I gii
;,ion which tells the im~migrant he i h
must br~ak with his past to be a true; r
AmeriCan is what makes immigrationth
a problem,' Rab bi L L. B~ril, of Flint,:o
islia Jewish immigrant, told the l-,,,
.M ichigan Counicil on Immigrant Ed-;
ucat ion here yesterday.
"Thel social worker who tries to
get the Jew ish immigrant to stop
cooking getifldefisch or the Italian to
give uiii)aglietti is on the wrong'
t rack," RabbTi Brii said. "The public
'school teacher who tells the Jewish
immigrant child be will be punished
if he observes the Jewish holidays by
staying a.ay from school is going~ to
nmake i hiat child 4: aiadAmerican. It l
Is agre at mistake to tr'y to take away
the- religion the immigrant broughit
with him to this country."!

Stutl(Il t o Iire't (r P res iesi omn Ucretia(2. Brewer
Mari anna IE. 77Sm1 Ally"'5 hsye r'~ the member (ofthe nieitI'DT7
mntly been <a>_poirxtcdb te( 1 or n oneto.wt Ui eEt
eC. A. as d irctor' of thei rl 1,_____P S E
rvcs groups, in the absence ( o1
Yrg' work secretary-. .ismle s~ rot etMidt ' 11 ( 11'
as charge of the orga niz-.._,: ' 11
oimp Sof girls fromihe raeL1185l, ll 7,1005 1 ' the art staf oh
e planning of the work 1:.(l ~ t:1 iga ins)ian meet in the Press
leaders, some of whom sare t:)h - build i g a,£It 4:30) o'(I'clOck oil da, -__________ ___ ---_________________
Chicken Pies
Tonight'er_ __AK_.

Karolyn Kitchenl
119, .fLifer! >

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Polilaical A greement.1 (on id med
Geneva, Sept. 28----(fLyTAJl.) - A loo-
litical agreoment lhas beenc('i(ofc]Uhdod(
between Czecho-Slovaki a, :Jimgoslavia;
and Hungary Ipermitti~ng tir(' Leagu
'(of Nations to undertakce 'a f;immiaiC~i
prog-ram for econstruc t ion in Jilin -
gary* on a basis similar to that car-
ried out for Austria; the ent ire plan
has been referred to the Reparations
Commission.
Daily cia ssified for real results.

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TICKET'S AT
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GRANGER'S ACADEMY

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