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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AIR 'CONTROL LAWS
ecretary of Commerce Recommends
Revision of Navigation
Regutlations
GRICULTURE SITUATION IS
SLOWLY ADJUSTING ITSELF
Washington, Dec. 11-(By A.P.)-
egstoh' 6r the ievision of the nav-
ation laws, for control of traffic in
aid for stabilization ,of ra-
o service were among the recom-
tendations made by Secretary Her-
6rt Hoover yesterday in. the annual
port of t6 1, Oomeim e 'department.
te rapid growth of aircraft and ra-
W transmission alike, he said, had'
eated a need for administrative de-
plopment, while the navigation laws,
pg under scrutiny, required adjust-
tnt to the increased commercial ex-
nsion.
Advocates Reorganization

Abbe, Radiography
Pioneer Is Given
5,000 Franc Gift

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WILL DISCUSS SON Leblanc, Eminent Tragedienne,
To Appear InSong And Drama
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Georgette Leblanc, the great French white arms of exquisite modelling,
Song-composing for the Junior lyric tragedienne, will appear for the their whiteness slashed by bracelets of
Girls' play to be given March 13, 20, first time in this part of the country in jet; a large mobile face; luminous,
straight-browed, marvellously expres-
21, and 22 at the Whitney theatre will a recital Saturday night in the ball- sive eyes. .Her work is gloriously
be discussed at a meeting to be held room of Hotel Statler, Detroit, under beautiful and she is one of the most
at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the auspices of the Alliance Francais. sensational figures we have seen in(
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. At that Great interest has been aroused by the many years."
time Prof. John R. Brumm, of the announcement of her coming as she is Mihe. Leblanc's Detroit program con-
journalism department, director of the regarded as one of the greatest living sists of the Tower scene from "Pelleas
play, will . read parts of the play Frenchwomen, "the woman of a thous- and Melisande,'' the Tent scene from
which has been selected' for this and personalities," with an art com- "Monna Vanna," poems of Baudelaire
year's production, and will give.in- parable to Bern hardt's and a person- and Verlaine, spoken and sung, and
structions in writing lyrics and con- ality which inspired Maetrilinck to songs by Gretchaninoff, Casella, Rey-
posing music. some of his finest work. naldo Hahn, Gaillard, Bordes Poulenc,
The play committee is anxious to Mnn. Leblanc first won fame as a Stravinsky, and Biet.s
have all junior women attend the singer when she made her operatic deg Tickets for the Leblanc recital are'
meeting so that they may begin to but in Paris At the Opera Comique: !now on sale at Grinnell Bros., in De-
work during the Christmas vacation Her subsequent triumphs in Massan- troit.
on these parts of the play which the et's "Lo Navarraise," "Carmen," and
committee considers highly import.. "Thais" made her celebrated through- Rome, Dec. 11.-Most of the students
ant, out Europe and won for her the admir- are back at study, Premier Mussolini;
ation of Anatole France. She later en- having xvarned them of continuing
tered the field of drama, becoming a their disaffection strike, but colleges
tragedienne of the first rank. With the ! at Turin and Palermo remain closed.
great Bernhardt, she appeared in the'
original performance of Maurice Mae- Cordova, Alaska, Dec. 11.-DrW
terlinck's "Pelleas and Melisande." 1W. Council, interested in a fox farm,
M OlfiD YEHICLE 1AA distinguished critic recently said has ordered a whale boat. He will
of her art: "Leblanc's type is essen- feed the foxes whale meat to cut ex-
The Gas and Weight tax motor ye-1'dally her own. She Is, not in the least pense.
hicles will be the subject of discus- like Yvette Guilbert, nor like Bern--
sion at a ioint meeting of the Ann hardt. She is tall, slender, with long Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

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Read The Daily "Classified" Column

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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
world.
As the oldest AmericanFire and Marine
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sible for the present dignity and 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.

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VWithin the department itself, Mr. "
Hlover recommended that Congress i Abbe Auguste J. E. Tauleigne
follow the general reorganization plan The famous Frenchman who has
prepared underthe Harding admiis- just been awarded the Carnegi medal
tration, and make three adiita n rz f500fac o -
tive groupings to deal respectively and a prize of 5,000 francs for his
with industry, trade, and navigation. coveries radiography, is still
wih iknwustyre, nrdssnaigafion-suffering from burns he received when
He likewise urged congressional affir- he practiced on himself rather than
mation for the acts by which Presi- pe wn
dent Tlarding created Alaskan fisher-tpose w odssoldiers to un-
ies reserves, and suggested relief from proven X-ray methods.
federal taxation for. American resi-
dents abroad and engaged'in further- demand for dairy products varying
ing American commerce. more than that for most other ag-
"Through the huge export balances ricultural products with general move-
of the last few years, we have shift- ments of prosperity and depression in
ed from a debtor to a'-reditor nation,"
said Mr. Hoover, "and the theory is industry. As for wheat, which is
now more or less generally accepted more dependent on foreign markets
that our hitherto normal excess of than any other agricultural 'product
exports over imports must ultimately and which is subject to greatly in-
shift to an excess of imports, as we creased competition from Canada and
have large balances to receive in pay- other foreign countries, it seems
rment of interest. The gradual reduc- necessary gradually to reduce acre-
tion of the monthly export excess in age."
1922, culminating in the spring of j The banking situation, Mr. Hoover
1923 in four consecutive months in said was "essentially sound" at the
which imports were larger than ex- end of the fiscal year, and the con-,
ports, does not necessarily mean that tinued flow .of gold into the United
this time has arrived." States had kept reserve bank stocks
Agriculture Recovering at a high proportion to circulating
"The situation in most branches of' money. Loans of American capital
agriculture," he continued, "seems to' abroad dwindled. Foreign capital is-
be gradually adjusting itself. The sues in the United States during the
partial recovery in foreign demand for year ending June 30, 1923, he esti-
cotton has permitted a higher 'price mated to amount to $395,000,000, while
for the crop of 1923 than for that of: in 1921 the total of such loans had
1922, ir pite of an increase of 14 per been $982,009,000.
cent in acreage and an appreciable in-
crease iii production. While the prices
of hogs ave been somewhat lower of For Xmas
late, th ,relatively high prices of corn, A Remingtoa Portable
which, ischiefW ~feA'to livestock, seem ____
to icdchate cofid e t kcattle and' STACY R. BLACK 1809
hog rapers in the future. The dairy 604 K. MADISON
industry in general is prpspering, the

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Arbor branch of the Detroit Automo-'
bile club and the Highway Transport
club of the University which will be
held at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in
room 1213 of the East Engineering
building.
Prof. A. H. Blanchard of the high-1
way engineering department spoke be-
fore the directors of the General Mo-E
tors company on the same subject:
at a meeting held in Detroit yester-!
day afternoon.
It's true efficiency to use Daily!
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18th Annual Union Opera
Second Extra Performance

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Saturday ight. Dec. 15th
TeCrowning Joy of the Season
Messrs. Lee and J. 3.Shubert Announce
A Glorious Franz Schubert Festival

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The first presentation here of the greatest artistic and pecuniary
success of their producing career, and the record-breaking success
of all musical stage history; brilliant, beautiful memorable.
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