THE MICHIGAN DAILY
LLUNU TOSPAKAnotheritor YRD
May Be Elec(AnTted
1lanshard to Speak on English Party only Two defe
on The Threshold of Power In Wester
ILL CONDUCT OPEN FORUM PURDUE, HAYIN
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH - .A E, I 't L
By defeating th
Paul Blanshard, '14, field secretary I tet Saturday nigh
f the L cague of Industrial Democracy, took its place b
.uthor' of the book, "An Outline of the . , r the leadership of
ritish 'Labor Movement," which is to' ketball race, rep]
ppear soon, and formerly a Varsity taing with the
ebater of the University, will speak - fect records of th
n "British Labor on the Threshold x In defeating th
f Power" at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow in gation Michiganp
he auditorium of the Natural Science one of the stro
ilding -Iconference, for t
Conduct Open Forum Iowa City came t
He will also conduct an open for- A Big Ten loop. g
n under the auspices of the Men's Iowans looked to
lub of the Congregational church at m= season with. Ja
30 o'clock tomorrow night at that locating the bas
hurch. Blanshard has been deliver- C e Reed Against the Wolv
.g a series of lectures during the Kansas, which seems to have a pro- Hawkeyes stars
ast year dealing for the most part clivity for selecting all its statesmen of 10 points.
ith labor and its reactions to various from among its editors, may send an- Purdue In
ypes of government. other newspaperman to Topeka as Although Purd
While at Michigan, l3lanshard was governor. Clyde M. Reed, former ed-.game to the Haw
,warded first place in a number of or- itor of the Parsons Sun, now chair- makers are still i
torical contests, both local and inter- man of the state utilities commission, due trounced
ollegiate. Newspaper comments up- 'has been drafted as Republican gubei- Saturday night, 3
the series of his addresses during natorlal candidte.'ly entrenched i
_____________________________three victories a:
lie fall of 1923, remark upon the manl- Boilermakers dis
er in which he fills his talks with (Contiued
nformation and the eloquence with (Continued
'hich they are delivered. s HW.111 OK0I
Written Many Artilees Ala -5r
Mr. Blanshard has been trades un-
n organizer, minister of laborC R
gurches, educational director for the plans for the fresh arcamp tob
amalgamated clothing workers and Pasfrtefes i apt eSC
as traveled abroad investigating lab- given this summer under the as-
i' ondtios.He has also written pices of the Student Christian associ-
r conation are now being made under the " ph33
umerous articles on labor, recently, direction of Louis Reimann, '16, who
s well as articles for labor education will be in charge of the camp. Absolute
'hich were published in current per- The date of the tag day which will
:dicals. Last year, he spoke in de- be held on the campus to obtain funds
ate here with Mr. Sargent of the em- to partly support the cost of the camp Ken
loyers' association. will be announced later. The num-
With the announcement last Wed- ber of boys that are planned to be
esday of a probable division on the taken care of this summer is expect-
bor party's confidence amendment ed to be 600, 100 more than were taken
ad resignation of the Baldwin gov- -care of last summer. The site for
rnment, it is said that Blanshard's next year's camp is also being sought
Lbject is now one of the most out- now.
Landing issues which the world is "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
atching. The public is cordially in- quickly. -Adv.
[ted to both the oen forum tomorrow
nd to the speech today.
AROITECT BALL HEAD
J. E. Fronczak, '24A, was elected
eneral chairman of the committee in
harge of the 1924 Architects' Ball, at
meeting of the Architectural society
old last week.
It 'was advocated at this meeting
gat the affair this year take the form
f a masquerade party, as it was
fought that in this way a more color-
il party than those held in former
ears would result.
Fronczak will be assisted by the fol-
wing men: Raymond Weber, spec.,
ecorations; Arthur K. Hyde, '24A,
urchases; Reinhold Oester, '24A, tic-
ets; J. E. Dinwiddie, '24A, music; I
H. Sidman. '25A, favors; Joseph
each, '24A, construction; Harry S.
ooth, '24A, guests; D. 0. Boothby. : . . .
4A, publicity; and Archibald Turn-c
Due to the inability of Dean Hamil- The
>n to speak to the Michigan Dames
uesday night, Jan. 22, the meeting J'
:s been called off.
and for c
SATISFYING I! ingt
It's Wonderful TheI
Ask for Molly 0 - -.
~g Wilson secretary
ERS Heads Committee
On Memel Dispute
ated Teams Remain
KG LOST ONE ,
LOSE ON LEADERS
e strong Iowa quiji- , '.
r't 23-18 Michigan
beside Wisconsin in }
the Big Ten bas-
lacing Iowa andl re- ~\,.
Badgers the two per-
e season thus far. w .
e strong Iowa aggre-
proved that she has
ngest teams in the
he heavy team from
to Ann Arbor reput-
the best fives in the
Against Purdue, the
be the class of the
se, Hicks and Funk
ket almost at will.
verines the trio of
were held to a total
Third Place Norman H. Davis
te has dropped a'
vkeyes, the .Boiler- Norman H. Davis, under secretary
n the running. Pur- of state in the Wilson administration,
strong Minnesota has begun studying the international
7 to 27 and is firm-
7 third ?lsace with problem growing out of the territor
nd one defeat. The of Memel, in an effort to settle the
played some stellar controversy between Lithuania and
on Page Six) Poland.
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COMMITTEE SETS SOPH
PHROM DATE MARCH 14
March 14 was set as the date for
the Soph Prom at the meeting of the
Prom committee, headed by William
Coleman, '26E, Sunday afternoon at
Program designs were also selected
and will consist of leather card cases
with a Michigan seal and "Soph Prom
1926" upon them. They will also have
Maize and Blue cords and tassels.
Applications for tickets will be out
on or about Feb. 10 and will be acted
pon by the ticket committee. Chaper-
ones for the dance have not yet been
invited, and no orchestra has been
selected, but this will be done within
the next few days, it was announced.
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