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THE MTCHTGAN DATLY

FRIDAY,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,

'UBLICATION BOARD.
CHOOSES NEW HEAD,0
'ro'f. M. P. Tilley of the English
Department is Chairman for
Coming Year
'RAEER, '25L, AN )lCCOBB, '25L,
APPOINTED TO FILL VACA'NCIES

The Week's News
In Brief

A[W ENGINE[GS Faculty Men Will Attend Many
Conventions During Holidays
Many members of the faculty of the; of American' societies for experimen-

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Farm Economics association, and thed th A an A s
American association for labor legis-Read. the W ant Ads
lation which will be held during the
vacation in Washington, D. C.
Prof. C. H. Cooley and Prof. A. E. For Xmas
Wood of the sociology department, will A Remington Portable
also be in Washington during the holWd STACY R. BLACK 1809
idays, attending the meeting of the 604b E. MADISON
American Sociological society.4 A
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Dr. Marx declared that Germany
has practically reached the end of
her financial tether. He painted a
gloomy picture of the government's
position.
It was pointed out that the recently

Professor Henry Riggs, a Member Of
Committee Announces Hate As
January 17'
ROBERT 11. FORI) OF CHICAGO
ROCI ISLANO ROAD, CH AIRMAN

University will attend conventions
which are being held in various cit-I
ies throughout the country during the
Christmas holidays. Several profes-
sors are scheduled to deliver papers

tal biology to be held in St. Louis,
Dec. 27, 28, and 29.}
0. W. Stephenson, instructor in the
history department, will give a paper

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before conventions of an educational
nature,
Prof. R. N. Curtiss will attend the

Organization of the Board in Con-c omltdval treaty between 1pain
trol of Student Publications was ef- and Italy, with the Spanish Balearic
fected at a meeting yesterday after- islands as the headquarters of their
noon at the Press building by the combined navy would cut off France
election of Prot. lorris P. Tilley, offrom her African colonies, and would
the English department chaireano threaten Great Britain's highway to
the EnishB deprt m, chaise r mta ny India, the Orient, and Australiu.
and Marion B. Stahl, '25L, secretary. This would have the inevitable result
Prof. Tilley succeeds Prof. F. N. ScottI of patching Franco-British differenc-
head of the rhetoric department, who es.
for many years was chairman of the ,_._
board, but who at the present time is
on a leave of absence in England. i Mussolini asked the Italian chamber
aleertof. Pabser,2iLndEgladto continue his dictatorship for an-
AlcCobert Pake,Lstudant memb rsd other year. The next day it was an-
bnounced that he had magnanimously
board, were in attendance, having surrendered his dictatorial powers..
been appointed by President Burton
to fill the vacancies of Hugh K. Duf-I Placards were posted in Brussells
field, '24, and Walter Scherer, '24, who, warning Belgians that Germany
with Stahl were elected at the all- wanted war. "America ignores us,
campus elections last May. Duffield England scorns us, Holland mocks
was prevented from serving by ineli- us, France is our only ally. The en-
gibility. Scherer resigned when he, emy is at our door." it said.
accepted the position of assistants
business manager of The Daily. Thei The Portugese government was the
newly appointed members received the latest one to consider the possibility
next highest vote at the all-campus of functioning without a parliment.
elections last year. Faculty members .__
of the, board are Prof. E. R. Sunder- France became convinced, as a re-
land, of the Law school, Dean J. A. sult of the outcome of the British el-
Bursley, Prof. Tilley ad Prof. Scott. ections and President Coolidge's mes-
Recommendations of Howard A.! sage to Congress, that to win the
Donahue, '24, managing editor of The! favor of the two countries and regain
Daily, for several changes in the sal- her economic prosperity, she must
aries of members of the editorial de- make a radical change in her policy
partment of The Daily, were adopted toward Germany.
by the Board. The matter of limit-
ing the solicitation of advertising by A desperate fight is being waged;:
student publications was discussed in the French parliment, for women
but no action was taken. -suffrage.

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Prof. Henry E. Riggs, of the civil regular winter sessions of the Amer-
engineering department of the Uni- ican Astronomical society to be held,
versity of Michigan, and member of at Vassar College, Poughskeepsie,
the committee on co-operative rel- New York where he will present three{
ations with universities of the Amer- papers.
ican Railway Engineering association
announced today that the committee Prof. W. C. Rufus will attend thel
would hold its next session in Ann session of the American Association
[Arbor on Jan. 17 and 18. In addition for the Advancement of Science at
to the committee other men prom- Cincinnati, Ohio. He will read an
inent in this field are expected. account of his research before the
Robert H. Ford, assistant chief astronomical section of the associa-
engineer of the Chicago, Rock Island tion and a second paper before the
& Pacific railroad is chairman :f the divi.ion concerned with the history of!
committee. Other prominent engin- science.
cers included on the committee in ad- Dr. A. S. Warthin, professor of
dition to Mr. Ford and Prof. Riggs pathology and Dr. Carl V. Weller, as-
are: sociate professor of pathology will
B. N. Begien, general manager of the present papers before the Society of
western lines of the Baltimore & Ohio Experimental Pathology; and Dr.
railroad; W. C. Cushing, engineer of Crawford W. Edmonds of the econom-j
standards of the Pennsylvania sys- ics department will address the So-!
tem; J. M. R. Faixhairn, chief engin- ciety of Experimental Pharmacology.
eer of the Canadian Pacific; 14. D. These lectures are all to be given at
I Faucette, chief engineer of the Sea- the annual meeting of the federation
board Air Line rialway; E. T. Howson,
} western editor of Railway Age; Ed-
win B. Katte, chief engineer of elect-
ric traction of the New York Central;
Milo S. Ketchum, dean of the depart-
ment of engineering of the University
of Illinois; Gen C. H. Mitchell, dean of -
the faculty of applied science, Tor-
onto university; C. A. Morse, chief en-
gineer of the Chicago, Rock Island
& Pacific railway; G. J. Ray, chief en-
gineer of the Delaware, Lackawana &
Western; H. R. Safford, vice presi-
dent of the Chicago, Burlington &
I Quincy railroad; W. B. Storey, presi-
dent of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa
Fe railway; George F. Swain of the
Harvard engineering school and Wil-
liam G. Raymond dean of the college.
of applied science at the State Uni-
versity of Iowa.
Foreign Students
Invited "Home"

1before the Historical association wh
it holds its meeting at Columbus (
during the vacation. He will discus
the military supplies during tI
American Revolution.
Prof. William H. Hobbs, head of ti
geology department, will spend ti
Christmas vacation in Washington,
I C., where he will attend the meetir
of the Geological Society of Ameri
which will be held there at that tim
Prof. W. E. Paton of the economic
department will attend the annu
meeting of the American Associatic
of University Teachers of Accountir
which will also be held during tI
holidays in Columbus, Ohio.
Prof. Edmund E. Day, head of ti
economics department, Prof. Z.i
Dickinson, Prof. C. E. Griffin, H.
Claverly, and R. G. Rodkey, all
the economics department, will a
tend the meetings of the America
Statistical association, the Americv
Economic association, the America

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Glee Club Will
Begin Rehearsals
Varsity Glee club rehearsal for the
intercollegiate glee club contest to
be held at Chicago during February
will take place Thursday, Jan. 3, the
first day after the Christmas vaca-
tion. Music for the contest has ar-
rived and will be used in all remain-
ing practices.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. -Adv-

Paper currency .in the occupied
areas of Germany will be replaced
before Christmas with a new curr-
ency backed by gold.
Marconi is building a broadcasting
station for the Pope.

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baskets, ..

f Paris, Dec. 13.-Paul Guchard, police
director, injured in a demonstration of
700 policemen for an annual indemnity
increase, is recovering.
Manila, Dec. 13.-The Huron, U. S.
flagship, has sailed for Canton, to aid
other foreign warships.I

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More than 15 foreign students have
accepted invitations to visit families in
Detroit and Lan.sing during the Christ-
mas holidays, and it is expected that
several more will accept. Prof. J. A.
C. Hildner, of the German department,
who is in charge of the woi'k, has also
received an invitation from: the peo-
ple of Battle Creek to send students
there.t
Lansing, which can accommodate
about 20, will be visited by 10 stu-
dents, who have accepted the invita-
tions of the families to stay there. Thie
remainder are going to Detroit. As yet
none have been secured for Battle
Creek..Mrs.:John E. Nelson is head-
ing the conimittee for that city, which
also can accommodate 20.
Professor Hildner will be in his
office at 4 o'clock Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday to
jmeet all foreign students who decide
they can accept these invitations. His
office is room 302 University hall,
phone University 110-J, home 3287-M.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
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