THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924
rvH i i Minn 110 111Retain Positions
of the University Extension div E
'11T9T1will address the technical men an
subject of "Science andl the Chant
IAIIII ATHFR HIRP' mit uwnn nlitrfl am i nr
B eaumarchais Was
Hlero Of Colonies,
Asserts Va~n Tymw
1 ?e Queen, Marie Antoinette. HeI soon Moscow, Dec. 6.-The supreme cc-
V'won their confidence and was sent to a noinic ccuncil has concluded an
E'ngland to obtain a paper containing' agreement with German workers for
plans of a French invasion of Eng-I the manufacture of blades and other
land, which the Chevalier d'Eon had s accessories for mowing machines.
carried to England and was holding'
for blackmail. HeI was successful inI Washington, Dec. 6.-Expenditures
ismission, and while in England of tihe LaFollette-Wheeler campaign
met Arthur Lee, supposedly the re-1I committee to Dec. 2, totalled $221,977
presentative of the Continental Con-lIand receipts amounted to $225,936.50.
111 11=6 W S ' JI
Found rym en
the sta-te xill
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e, ill (h arge of Pl.fplx n tTIrn, ~l ~ jyIh i ~ i ' n
its undrd to i TU c11 1 i oi'y tfat is R-h(11ty I afayetie,!
Attend in t.eo11151 of Pr-fi'tLI~I. B'rU.jVa -
El H R D Y Juniors may pay their cl ass dulers, oa ly resp lmsdeibfor 1he entrance
-1 which are $1 for this year, on Vrues-! of France ito tho Ameriean revolill-
from many sections of dyDe. 9, from8 to 5 o'clock at a ' asi on tbf^'udek of C'olonists.
rath1erin Ann 2II Arbor r j day, Drilo -nntr i T. in}_ otttt tl..i tR fl o o ,
it, was one ov tnesetwo 1. e11 Lilc
originatedl the story that if France
dlid not aid America with her corn-
coerce, England and the colonies3
wouldl agree to terms of peace, and.
14. .Lirli ijb l l1Vir4.r;""tt: er;_i ,; : ;" dent Christian association is r
progressing, as within the o *~**
mne since the department has "." ....:.. ; r: 7.<t
ganized, eight calls have come :=:s:r:..,:;.
student and faculty speakersd
re calls are expected in the d ~ &
dition to sending out speakers e
from the association, the de-e
t is co-operating with the var'' *-~
Irches in the city who are lilke-::"
ggd Tofacilitate this ,'
n council consisting of t'e'rl-, .
es from each church, meets bit
r to discuss and devise means
meting and solidating the
y evening James Miller, '12
'arsity football squad, through
ients by the department, ad- --
a large gathering of high
men at a' b' nq:cietheied in
1 'nsawl la E tnight C(Tha l; i
~ 1 . Re wriuu;foor
Christian assGClatiun2. iic:b- The cabinet just chosen by Gen-
;or, '25, Rotlet Brow",n 'v. r' jj Plutarco Calles, Mexico's new presi-
1ayden, '25, will be the speak-- rent, contains but two members oft
the annual affiliated H1i-Y <he> official family of his predecessor,t
anquet which will to held in )brdgon. They are Alberto Pan!, re-1
-roit Y. M. C.. A. tanned as treasury head, and Aaron
ate calls for speakers from Saenz, kept as secretary of foreign
Oak, Lansing, and Yale have relations. Gen. Joaquin Amaro, nam-
ni filled but arrangements are ed war and navy leader, is one of thet
lung made by the Extension new members. The photo shows Gen-z
lent of the" Student Christian eral Amaro, above, and Alberto Pani.E
tion to send speakers to these - -- -
The marks will have been arranged
and placed upon the blanks for this
RUIL111gHNNGSpurpose and the first lot mailed outI
lAI QI W~ late tomorrow or early Tuesday morn-
IINO Y NO fVEHSUY Moscow, Dec. 6.-FelixDjrisy
______head of the supreme economic coun-
in the mid-semester reports cil, in a speech urged introduction o
eo heads of the various depart- private funds into trade and recoin-
of the literary college have mended a less drastic policy toward
timpossible for Dean W. A. foreign importations.j
reys, assistant dean of the Iii-
,ollege, to mail out warnings Constantinople, Dec. 6.--Eighty per-I
snts who have failed to do sat- sons were drowned anid considerable
°y work for the first half of railway track washed away in floods
tester, in the Vilayet of Aleppo.
Vanilla, Strawberry and Banana in
Our Special Brick This Week.
A Delightful Combination.
Akni Arbor dairy Company
next week for the December meeting
of the Detroit Foundrymen's associa-
tion, to be held at tihe University on=
Thursday, Dec. 11. Prof. A. E. White,
director of the engineering' research
department, who has charge of ar-
rangements for the coming n eeting;,I
expects that from 100 to 1 50 prolnin- I
ent technical men will attend. Hi
said that the announcement of the as-
sembly has attracted considerable at-
tention throughoutt the state foun dry
circles, indicating unusual interest in
the prospect of visiting the Universi-
ty, and of viewing the scheduled de-j
monstration. The latter will include
new uses of the X-ray machine in the
examination of metals.
The session will oven at 2:30 o'clockI
Tuesday afternoon, when the visitors
will begin an inspection tour of the
University buildings and grounds.
A~t 3:30 o'clock the foundry andl foun-
dry control laboratories on tile fourth
floor of the East Engineering build-
ing will be open fer inspection. The
-r ola. andl electric arc furnaces wi'1
~also be in operation.
Beginning at 4 o'clock an X-ray
demonstration for tile inspection ao'
castings and similar metallic products
will be conducted in the new physics
laboratory, a demonstration said to 1_e
the first of its kind ever held. The
apparatus which wvil be used Thurs-
(lay, is adapted to inspection of up to o e thanth c ne s
'he foundrymen will ass-amble t'
6:30 o'clock for a dinner at the 17i,11)1
when Prof. W. D. Henderson, director
(lesk NVI'tc x Vill be lx xueuin ijivut - j1.4al~~dCLcu a--' LO )I v
sit y I ha 11. :; uiors, woOhave not paid
their dlues fo: the freshman aid soph-
omore years' will be given an op-par-
tunity to pay them at the same time.
Class dues for all three years niust
be paid before applications are ac.-
cepted for the J-op. Application:.;
will lie g\'ien out ont Wednesday, Dec.
vatuchimaker and a, wit I 1,rilliant; together attack the French West In-
m pn, s e'd of a ch it Aiing parson- decs.
ality. Th'lrough1 his 'uairage With a 'leaiiniarcliais returned to France
11l'i lWidow, be obt ;i.,Od tlle mon01ey; and told his story to the King," said
fleccSS rte'V o eat-r the coltrt soc ietyT lProfne seor Van Tyne, "and it was this
On apuluie- e poition o0f''Con-' tcar that promptedl France which was
troio f t "= sie's P1antry." in a very poor financial condition, }
ft 1.1.7 a ar, according 1to Profes- to de isle secretly to aid the Ameri-
sor an i 'yn e, ie met the King; and cans."
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AS CHRISTMAS draD s mear the
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fitting, warm bucksk~in gloves. Thei) are an
ideal. giftI. We also have glovcs mude of pig-
slhin, cape, and nmocca-lined or unlined. Drop
in to see our display.
Prices raznging f rcm $1.25 to $7)