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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1925
King George Recuperates In Italy

____ ___ ___ ___ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY_ _ _ _ _ _
the scond lassratesI belief is!difficult tests, and after these are Amterican diploma~ic se rvicVQ has; as being te cause of seeral danger-
seon cas rte; blix' G overrnnient Opens Itikta r epe mastered, they will be assigned posts been the subjet of mutch svere Grit- ous complications and xnisuder-
- would 1rater'see thtrnI. ; tt.-. D plm Course ara.Ee hnthywl ecr-icisni, because of the lack of ex- standings betwe en the American gov-
-Ifully supervised ; their permanenti perience of many who were giveo eemient and different foreign po-
c ed at the tvu,_I so'IIS [he llsol: dirt t --- status in the diplomatic corps being I important positions for %Talrious polt : e.
:Averf lin v.i ith v, h:: t ? tt2, ,,^ erlu t l +r v sa the opening of a determined by the results of their j ical or personal reasow," Such prac--..._
hnioic r j .;ii t>'t r.15tit n . z a I v 2oenlnent, 11enterprise, the work while on probation. tice has long been deplored by critics JREAD THE CLSSIFIED AIS,
eexns(' o~tIh(',I_;,1 Ioreign iSei'ice school. Twenty-five
loci. e.. to fnro vi ~l;' P po f;sc. , a spira t.; to (1iplomatic knowledge
ice H repit '(!I^;'n t; live 1Ih 1"i tw"g, legIla. acour;e Of study in the school,
v\i igf( 'aIh O''t n no ; of the examtination las 's
I P. Iic s. '26. "No, i d (,,I h ji)u j ary in whir ii more than 200 can- ,
I ee they aefTa l c USI ris'' l n 'Its id It es tookl; part. Examination in jcf~,t o ~l i:t ua 2tti2cor: rl aepaei
raeJcdazuIly, adthose who pass the test ~j2:Bi 17:O~4
- -wl he givenl a year of still m r in-_______________________________________________
Pays.- -Adv. I a mt: ><3 ary other admorek a ________________________ ______________________

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King George V of Britain is progressing ranidiy .w his fariizei iealthy
sftate, this phioto, taken in Italy, indicates, It show, hint with the Quee fn
(left] and Cardinal Maffh, one of the iEst impol tant mni!,ers of rh Sa
i e( College, in Pisa, one of the places he is vji tink on hi'; recuperative
tour.

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TFodiiy's Euestiowi: IDo you thinly
that the new government postal irates
are fair, in the proportionl they ha inc
been raised?
Where disked: 01n the caliphs
The -mnswers: 13. 1V. AMuster, '2} .--
"After a goo£1l deal of resaearch, the
Postal authorities were of the opin-
Ion that the government was losing
mioncy on second class mail antl so
'with that in mind the rates were
raised to the present amount. If this

action remnedies the situation Ithen 1
think they may be termed fair, othler-
wise some other' plan shIouIl be "'dc
vised."
R. S. Miller, *'27. -"The chief bio st
of the postal executives has been O1h
efficiency of piostal service at a ro a-
sonably low rate. The pub~lic has
felt the truth of this boast and has
liberally patronized the mail depart.
ment. With the present great in-
crease of rates, public patronage will
fall off prop~ortionately. The increase-,
are unfair to the public and, acting
as a boomerang, gill in the end prmove
a (detriment to the p~ost office depart-
ment."
G. Goldberg, '27.-"I (10 not believe
t hat the new Piostal rates are fair.
Sonic. of the things that are mailed
daily 'are not W bth(e ptst age lthe
n1ew ales cnvei the indvidual to
pay.
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SThat from April on to June, and moving picture. It is an r r
Lexington and Concord, American epic and needs no {
!!(Arlington and Cambridge, with retelling. Today Lexington and
wA the residents along the line of Concord are shrines of the
A4 the famous march from Boston nation, and this year thobusands
-'ig to Concord in 1775, are playing more will make their pilgrimag_
Shost to the American Nation? to these historic shots. St is said F
,11 This is the sesquicentennial of that the guest bookl of the ji
Ia the colonists' first armedresis- I-ancock-Clarke House at k~j
Mi tance to the mother country. Lexington contains more signa-1kw
,4 The events of that memorable tares than any other historic I"
;l,~ day are celebrated in verse, store place in the country, q
$3The John Hancock is {particularly interested in l
insuring colleg~e men and womnn and obtaining
k ~college graduates for the personnel of the LlUstaff.
4. Oe it er nBusiness. Now Insuring a
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