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pAGCi 'Q THE MICHIGAN DAILYFRDYOCO3 1,92

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1925

Riff War For Liberty ,Seems Doomed

~I HI . WFIRND WRIFR

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From observations gathered on his
recent trip: to Europe, Prof. William A.
Frayer, of th~e history department,
will talk to the Cosmopolitan club
on "New Impressions .of; Europe" at
~o'clock ftonight in Lanie hall. f~r
12 years, Professor" Frayer has been
a student of European affairs and,
has been in constant touch with, thel
changing conditions on the continent.1
The return trip frow 1-Europe last
summer ma ked the twyenty-fourth
journey wvhici Professor Frayer; has
made across gOi Atlantic ocean.1
Through' several years permanent;
residence i1i Europe and several slum- j
nmers spent th'ere in _ recent years, hej
has become" acquainted with many
phases of continental political and
econ~omic questions.
In his lecture- tonight, Professor
Prayer will, take up the economic and
political sitations in England, France,I
and Italy, which are the countries,
mnost recently visited by him.
Tonilght's meeting is the second*
tevent on the year's program of the,
cosm~opolitan club and ,the membersl
of the club issue a cordial invitation
to all stui.ents on the campus to be
.present.
Exerimental Damn
To Be ,Destroyed !
BY 'Strength Test

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(4razdiitp and For-mer Instructor W6r~
Finisbes (rIf iv ica al)s--
Prof. Hlermann J. We gaud, '13, for.
mer instructor in the German decpart-
Inent, now associated with the siilia"
department at the University of Penn-
sylvania, has ;com~plcted a critical
worn, "The Modern Ibsen,'' accordLn
to an annomac-Iment of Heniry [JoltI
and :compaany, publishers.1
Professor' Weigand considers Ibsen's
last 12 social dramas, making ?, thor-
ou gh analysis of the dramatic lplot
and of the principal characters, re-
vealing with clarity the author's phil-
tophic attitude to life,- his extraordin-
'ry (dramatic skill, and his concentra-

or the mo~dernity of Ibsen. In New jBrown Spaks To
o population, the plyso V snar Republican Club
being presented with striking suc--____
cess. Prof essor Weigand's creative I
intepreatio ofIbsn's oden }Prof. L. S. Brown of the posit ical
l(dram~as, favored by the clarifying per- 'science department, spoke A the first
spective of time will without doubt 1 meeting this year of the Republican
become the standard critical work fort club, held last night in the (Umil.
hye present-day readers of the greatt Professor Brown 401(1 of some of heis
Norivrtian dramatist." I political expe' riences and cited severa<l
books whlich -would be suitabhle to the
8111SCRIBS TODIAY FORI. 1VAILL! lub for read ing and d(iscuss"ing.

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K;I ted inzsight into the workings of the
13G Osubonsciours impulses Of i his hr
~ ~acters. The critic's comment is ,net
* 0or'cdu ; . 6 < xltiF ' kuk always favorable; adverse 1in the coil-
w'r rJ >' t ~c'' }rn, I C 3Side'ration of Iblsenl'sattempts to play
1 J ~l , rY~x vJ' {tvJ r{ti2".~ y '4 'r {{upon the sensibilities of his audience,
.. .""";x{.. . .. 'l'.* v,. a s. ,;.Y>.w- a.* t 1?iis sometimes faulty motivation of
..- - - character, and his social and moral
The Riff war for liberty appears doomed to failure with French and~ Spanish forcer in the midst of a ; rejudices.
tremnenldous offensive intended to break the resistance of Abd-el-Krim ' ray before winter puts a halt to fight-I The announcement closes, "The pro-
ilg New photo from tront shows Spanish artillery coun tratin fi~re on I' unt Gorges, in an effort to dislodge s ent generation is beginning to disco - -
tribesmen.
I n addition to writing these two MOiSCOW, Oct. 15.-WiVth the sign-
books, Professor Hayden is writing tng of the Russo-German treaty oftnd r N v
HAYDEN WORKS O:N: ,mnhyatce o Cret -.- n e e
monthly articles ford"CurrenteHts- early rec-
tory"hll on the British Empire. ce rc an teexete
OVELMEOO[KUUMognzition of tirssia by Czecho-Slovak-!V an emt
I ANSING, Oct. 15.- Complete cr. i a, the question of American recog-
- lion of soviet Russia again has W1- i

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roihuent figures show 2,336 students!--u - ---zu
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have registered at Michiga n State eol- I_________

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Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Prof. Josephi R. Hayden of the p0-
litical science department, is at pres-!

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ent working oil two books, on eof iCI
which will soon be ready for p ubli-
cation. Although the titles of the IL
two books have not as yet been de~fi-
nitely decided upon, the contents are4t
based on "Democracy in the Philip-
pines," and "A Study of Colonial Gov-
emnent in. General."
Professor Hayden is basing the
material iu his, book on thie Philip- i
pines on both documentary mate rial
and on -a personal study of actual
operations in the islands. He coin-
pares the government in the Philip-.
pines with the government in Java,Ja n, nd oh r s u en P ci c
islands.
3His book on colonial government is
one of a series of books published I
by the Century company.
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