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LRY 13, 1924

TI IE Avl1C F-11 CAN DAILY

FLY 13, 1924 TilE MICFflGAN DAILY

WIIAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
9:30 a. n-University en's Bible
class meets in Upper room.
12:00-Specal Students' class in UIP-
per room. Mr. H. C Coffman in
charge.
1l4$0---laptist Students' guild meeting
in uid hrse
4;1{i--Faculty concert by University
symphony orchestra in Hill auditor-
,1-Meeting of Friends (Qukrs,
Upper room, Lane ball.
r :0-Fair ommiittee -meets In read-
ing room, Union.
:>t00-Scalp ani:d Blade meets in room
40,Vuion.,
:00-Lu1theran forum in Luther cap.
6 :00-Bapi 1t Students' guild soil
half-hour and meeting
i6 :0i- Episcopa1 -Students" spper In
Harris hall. .speaker, Professor
Hayden talks on the Orient.
t:1.-Trianges dinner, Union.
i ;:0.--resbteran Student meeting
Tifonora Falco'er, '24, in charge.
~1.36 Rabbi A. R. Silver, of Cleveland,
speaks in Hill auditorium..
8:,°00-Student supper in Harrs bll.
L. K. Waterman speaks on "Recent
Discoveries In Egypt."
3toNDY
12:10-Journal elub lunch, Union
4:30- Freshman Grls' Glee club
meets in Barbour .gymnasium.
0:1 -Freshnian grop-2, basketball
practice, Waterman gymnasium.
0:30-Exchange club dinner in rooms
318-20, Union.
TUESDAY
1:0{{-Senior' engineers' as eily °
room 348, Engineering building.
1210-Medical faculty lunh, Union.
12:10-Barristers lunch, room 319 ,
Union.
3:00-Players' club tryouts for "The
Dover Road," room 20, Mason hall.I
7 :1i-Cerle Francas meets lhn Bar-
bou" gymnasium parlors.
7:0-A. S. )L E. smoker, rooms 31-
20, Union.
7 :30-Les voyagers .meet in room 301
Union.,
:00-Michigan Dames meet at the
Faculty Women's clubhouse.
10; 00-Pi"Delta Epsilon meets in room
302, Union.
UNOICES
An. xhibiti of paitings by western '
artists as well s by Leon Bakst is
now banging n the opper gallery of
Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibit
is open daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
All organi&atons and fraternities
mqutae ther rp pitures tak-
ef ringthe o nth oranuaiir.
Al classe, ampus societies, and or-
ganzations must pay for thir space "i ilMhgnnin-eoeJn
gOrganzation space is still avalable at
the Mikichiganensian orice. Cntracts
s suld°e signed'at once for this'
space by organizations which have
not already done .so,
Lt's =true effciency to use Daily
Classfleds.-Adv.
FRATERNITY MEN 'TO MEET
TO DISCUSS UNION'S FAIR I
I Representatives of fraternities I
and other campus groupswih
'ihing to take part in the Union 4
Fair which will be held March 7 I
and 8 in Yost Field house will
Imeet at 4:30 o'clock today in the
Union reading room. Each group.
Iroom of the Union. Each group
{wishing to do so may have 1
i charge of a booth at the Fair. I
Charles Livingston, '2, will
meet with the representatives at
this time to outline the workI
Ehat is to be nderaken through
theac booths. Lvingstn has been I
f made head of this setion of the r

fFair com~xmittee of which John
D. Briscoe, '24E, is general
Ichairman. Cups will be awarded
after the Fair to the group turn-
ing over the most money and to j
Ithe one whose booth is judged I
Ito be, the 'best.

Virginia

Dare's

Birthplace?

unearthed }..here tdaQnarth.so
where a week ago was found a lead-
en plate bearing the name "Virgin,
Dare-suposdlyVirginia Dare, the
first white child born in America.
I AT TILE THIEATRES
1 Sert en-Today
Arcade-Mae Murray, in "Fash-
ion 'Row.":
IMajestic- Constance .Talmadge
f in "The Dangerous Maid."
IWuei'th-"Mother-in-Law,,, with
Ruth Clifford.
Orpiheum -. "When the Devilj
Drives," by and with' ;Leah'
I Bard,
I ~ tage-This Week.I
IWhitney-Tonight-Louis Mann
and George Sidney in "Give'. I
Take."I
_______________________I
IWhitney - Saturday, evening,
Jani. 19-Walker Whiteside'
mystery play, "The Hindut,"
Garrick -(Detroit)-"The' Love
Child," withi. Janet Beecher1
and Lee .BaBker in the leading
roles.

Th e Week Is News
In Brief>>
(Continued from Page One)
FOREIGN
1January 17 is the date set for thel
secession of the present British re-!
I game and the accession of England's!l
first labor government. At present the-I
Laborites are casting eyes 'at the l
'Lords of England, j~or they haive only
one socialist in the house of lords tol
uphold their doctrines there.
JacICJones, Laborite, started a smalI
riot in the Commons when, 'in thel
midst of the impressive opening cere-
monies, lie cried out against the waste
of money involved.
Rlamsey MacDonald, labor leader,
said in a speech that he would use the
League of Nations "without reserve as
the main instrument of securing in-
ternational justice".
The British press is very :generally;
in favor of the Labor program.
{France is afraid that the Labor pro-,
gr am will create still wider divergence'
in the politices of the two countries.
One of the first results of the- Fran )
co-Czech alliance and France's sup-
port of the Little Entente is the sud-
den change for the better in relations:
between Italy and Great Britain.
Europe is apprehensive of the re-
sult of the conference of -the Little
Entente being held in Belgrade. its
formation is regarded as just anotl)
er step in the reconstruction, of Eur-
ope along strictly French lines. Eng-
land considers it a strengthening of,
the military fence around Germany.
A co'onel in the' Russian CossacksI
is en route to Washington with what
he claims to be an absolute proof
that the Moscow Soviet government

is behind a movement to force a rev-1 The new Japanese cabinet is ire-I Furthermore -they have never ue
olution in the United States.I garded as "a step backward along the, on their birth, (death, or mar riage cer
road of constitutional and p~arty gov- tificates.
France survived an election with no emen t."*
material changes in administrative,** A Chinese bolshevist nmani 'estoi
personnel. Poincare was reelectcd. Persia's collection of crown Jew-; the latest. They wvan, " world revc
The widely advertised "push to the; els-one of the country's largest as-, lution against the capitalists of Greo
left" didn't materialize, sets-are to be sold to build rail- BianFacJpn tladt
* * *;ways. itiFacJpnItlndh
England has sent a note to Francei***Oie tts
asking for information as to policv inj A report to the Crown shows that,
the Palatinate, a Dlart of Bavaria par-I the liquor laws are observed mucY 1 This week the Obregon watchwor
ticularly subject to French influence, more generally in this country than has been "on to Vera Criuz". Anarcl:
andI where the German separat ist; the betting laws are in England. :in its worst stages is reported finei
movement is strongest. i - I Mexico City.
t*$* * The Prussian ministry has proved!
A German decree forces all cats who that. the Hohounzollerns have never hadl It's t.ruL. efficiency to use Dail
stray from home toe wear muzzes. any real claimn to their family name. Cl,)ssiieds.-Aam.

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Under powerful reading glasses the
hand written print on the paper or'
parchment could not be leciphered.
Three men, said to be prominent
Washington scientists, whose identity
the discoverer, Russel Kaufm,%n, would
not reveal, have gone with Kaufman
to New. York where stronger glasses
will be used.

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