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December 09, 1923 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-12-09

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1923

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The Week's News
In Brief
(Continued from Page One)
allies to borrow $70,000,000 with
which to buy food during the coming
w.nter.
T1. Fr'ench decided to make the I
Ruhr o :cupation progressively "invis-
ible" as the territory becomes more
and more fettled. The plan is to
w thdraw occupation troops gradually
ainto.the contryditricts. The first
sigrr of this policy is in the removal
of railroad pickets.

The Daily "Classified" Columns

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A pause has occurred 'n the move-
ment for an, independent Rhineland.
The French have withdrawn their
support. Nevertheless Hans Dortdn
was elected next president of the "re-
public."
Poincare conferred with his repar-
ations brethern in an attempt to back
gracefully out of his stand in turning
down the Hughes-Cqrzon plan for a
reparations probe.
A bill was introduced in France to
limit public offices to men having at
least three children:, This would
eliminate .Poincare, Viviai, Barthou,
and Briand.j
Revival of the ideals of the Hague
tribunal instead of setting up a World
court under the League was advocat-
ed.
Spain proposed the establishment
of a Leagueof Nations university as
a part of the League's 1924 program.
The plan would standardize degrees.

Formal Modes
{ Holiday moods influence holiday m*odes. Christmas
time always means gay parties, festivities that call
for more formal styles than at any other time of the

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Mussolini said: "I am ready to ac-
cord de jute recognition to Soviet
Russia, privided she insures goodI
terms to Itlay."
;GE lN1EILAL
Th American Association of Univer-
sity Professors went on record, as
strongly against the restriction of the
teaching of evolution; and said that

year, holiday parties and holiday frocks.

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teachers have a right to help in form-
ing the educational policies of the in-
stitutions in -which they teach;
The President's -message to Con-
gress was permanently recorded on a
long piano wire. ' The wire is to wire-
less, )what a' rcord is to' a hono-
graph.,
~, V4jaiiaur: .Stefanssoir, explorer,
predicted regular commercial air
roates.over the. north- pole" in a few
years.
Washington, Dec. 8.-Inquiries have
been made of Canada by the Unitedj
States government as to the possibil-
ity of negotiating a treaty to permit
the construction of a deep waterway
through the St. Lawrence river from
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will find an array of glittering formal frocks that will
please the most exacting. Gowns of all descriptions,
materials of all kinds-and all the little accessories
that make up the perfect costume.

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THE MOST IMPORTANT PART
of your kates are T HE SHOES
Good skates can be purchased a great many places but G ood skating sho~es properly iltted
are very uncommon.

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FIRST; One is liable to buy the skates they like regardless of the fit
of the shoe attached.

IVI117 3 SECOND; At the price so many people consider paying for skating
shoes it is impossble to be correctly fitted any place.
It is an outfit that should last a lifetime, so why not buy well-lIttisg skating shoes
that you may enjoy this sport to the fullest extent.
We have just received several styles of skating shoes for mnen and women vihose fiting qualities
will surely surprise you. We have them made with nicely padded tongues, buckle, instep
straps, triple taped, and our best ladies' shoe has a Pattick Mackinaw linig.
Priced from $8.09 to $12.00 a pair.
Skates attached free of charge.


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A Pleasing Christmas Suggestion

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"I'd as soon pay more and get

better food, but the Michigan
Cafeteria makes it unnecessary."

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