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___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Week's News
In Brief
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year, the largest in the history of the Hawazi Governor
S * * * I n Fourth Year
In his New Year's speech Presideni Of Placid Tern
Millerand of France said: "we canPl
now welcome the dawn of reconcilia-
tion, and establish peace." Chancellor . ___
Marx said to the Rhinelanders: "The
Reich government will do everything
in its power to realize peace." ,

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JNews From Other Colleges

Read The Daily "Classified" Colum:

0. S. --Speedball has been placed This action is part of an organ'zed
on the el-,ctive program of the physi- effort to raise the standard of inter-
cal education department and sems collegiate athletics.
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popular snort. It was borrowedfrom Albert L Ocwoo
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The senate continued in deadlgckj
over the appointment of a chairman
of the inter-state commerce commit-
tee. It plans to shelve the question
for a while and let the committee
function without a chairman.

Administration officials plan to
abandon their request for an appro-
priation with which to build a rum
navy, and to urge the use of regular
navy cruisers instead. This would re-
sult in a saving of $20,000,000.

It was announced that 40,000 of the
140,000 French soldiers in the RuhrE
would be withdrawn during January
in pursuance of the new French poli-
cy of "invisible occupation".
Herr Reichberg, German industrial-
ist, proposed that France receive e
share in certain German industries tc
the extent of 25,000,000,000 gold marks
in lieu of reparations. The proposi-
firm isunffl bi. but renresents the I

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Exacty 3,891 persons shook hands' sentiment of a large group of Ger-
with President Coolidge on New Years man industrialists.
day at the annual reception held in the*
white house. The ordeal lasted four England is still in doubt as to the
hours, ultimate hands into which the govern-

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was originated and developed.
Wis-onsin--The composer of the
best original fox trot for the prom I
will receive a prize of $50. A com- I
nuittee of musicians and musical cri-
ties will judge the entries. Words and
music must be submitted together but
need not have been written by the
same person. The winning song will,
be introduced at the dance in a novel
way with any special effects desired
by its author.
Illinois-A surplus of $5,407 was
realized in the first six months of the
Illinois Union's fiscal year. The total
income for this period was $51,731
and expenses and reserves for special
funds $46,324.
Princeton-.y a vote of 191 to 133
the seniors ousted the present stu-
dent council which is the governing
body of undergraduates. Among the
reasons for this drastic action was a
widespread complaint against the
abolition of certain freshman customs.
11tsbu-rgh-When completed the
new stadium will be an exact replicaE
of the great Coliseum at Rome. It
will be the largest in thea wrld, seat-
ing 90,000 people, 60,000 and the firstf
level and 30,000 on the second.
Oregon-addition of 17 credits as
requirement for graduation was the,

Recital On Bach'
Albert Lockwood, h ca of the piano-
forte dopartment of the 3ciiool of
MNusic, will be heard in a Bach lecture-'
recital at 3:15 o'clock Wednesdlay at
Martha Cook building, at the January,
program of Matinee Musicale Student
league..
Elaclh member of the Student league
is privileged to invite one guest to
the recital. Others may hear the re-
cital by paying a small admission fee.
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AID OF SENTW SLITEI)
TO MEET ('URIEINI' pIt(oilmS
Co-operative meetings sponsored by
the League for Industrial .Democracy!
are being held at various intrvals 1 E
New York city in order to interest
and solicit the aid of the college stu-
dents of the United States in facing
and alleviating the problems of the
present day. he speakers which are;
presiding over the meeting are from !
the various colleges of the country.
The titles that have been announced.
for the meetings in the future have anE
extensive range. "The Collegian-Fac- 1
ing the Present Crisis," and "The
Church and Labor" are examples of
the subjects the lectures deal with.

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"It is an interesting time to be in pressed over a possible social regi-
E:nrope, for this is a very critical tper- me.
iod in the affairs of the world," said
ci- new ambassador Kellogg upon England sent notes to Poland, Jugo-
landing in Great Britain. Many agree Slavia, and Roumania to inquire intc
with him. The British press received the security of her war loans, aggre-
him favorably, being particularly im- gating 50,000,000 pounds, to these
pressed with his physical vigor. Acountries. France's recent loans tcj
* * * [the three countries worry her.
The government held an auction ofj * * *
18 boats recently captured from rum The "young communists" of Russia!
runners. They were all sold back tc through their leaders, demanded the
persons who freely admitted that they overthrow of the original commun-
would use them in the rum trade ist party, which now finds capitalisir
again. more profitable.'
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"The trouble with our present day Russian refugees are predicting r
religion," said Dr. Guthrie, leader of gusganepogrom(whlalpedmsctn;r
the ' nodernists' in the EpiscopalI gigantic pogrom (wholesale massacr<e
h e ' od enis t s't i n th e E pis I o f Je w s) in th e n e a r fu tu re .
church, "is*that it is a bore". * * *

Warace R. Farrington
Untroubled by difficulties such as
beset the governor general of his
neighbor, the Philippines, Wallace R.
Farrington is in his fourth year as
governor of Hawaii. He is a man from
Maine, and is a journalist by profes-
sion.
'27 Wrestling Team Being Organized
A freshman wrestling team is now
being formed at Waterman gymnasium
under the direction of Coach Botchen.1
Material for the team is selected
through the regular freshman gymnas-
ium classes. All freshmen, however,
may report to Coach Botchen at 3 o'-j
clock Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fri-
days.

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General Charles Dawes sailed for
Paris to attend the. meeting of the
committee appointed to inquire inte.
Germany's ability to pay reparations.
He confessed the 'impartiality of ig-
norance."
FOREIGN
The year 1923, which began with a
quarrel between France and Great
Britain over the Ruhr question, ended
with a new fight over the "little en-
tente" which France has been foster.l
ing.
Paris is being flooded by the Seine
Railways and docks are flooded, and
a number of the suburbs are entirely
submerged.
The Mexicans continued to di'ly-dal-
ly about,- alternately defeating each
other. . governor was murdered, and
several k "marches on Mexico City"I
were started but not finished.
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Mussolini automatically resigned his
Italian dictatorship at midnight De-
cember 31. Italy again has full con-
stitutional government. The peop'e
did not greet their new liberation en-
thusiastically.
* * *
Italian forces in Tripoli have b'en
conducting a punitive campaign
against several recalcitrant Aral
chieftans.
A special series of stamps will be is.
sued by the Norwegian government tc
commemorate the first trans-north
pole mail flight, to be held this sum-
mer.
Mild revolutions in Honduras are
being indu'ged in by the conservative
party of that state.
Rufus Returns Front Meet
Dr. C. W. Rufus of the University
Astronomical Observatory staff has
returned from the meeting of the

punishment given a student here who Helen Wills can raise her game to the
violated a section of the honor code heights she is capable of she has a
in effect. splendid chance to defeat Suzanne
Lenghlen in the Olympic games in
Amlherst-Baseball coaches of 10 Paris.
New England colleges will have to sit
in the grandstand while the captains Patronive The Daily Advertisers.
direct the teams. So decided the as- -_- --
sembled presidents of the schools. Daily classified for real results.

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Piblic opinion in France runs high American Associatioi for the Ad-
over the losq of the dirigible Dixmude vancement of Science held in Cincin-
wit hthe consequent loss of the. crew nati, December 27 to 31. Dr. Rufus
hecause it is said that authorities or- read two papers before the gathering,
dered it to continue in flight after oIoe before the astronomical section
had been pronounced un-airworthy by and the othei' before the section on thE
experts. The government denies this 1History of Science, the papers being
saying that it fell after being struck I on the subject "Atmospheric Motions
by lightning. in Variable Stars."
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000,000,000 francs at the end of the Classifieds.-Adv.

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