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TUE ISI)AY, OCTOBER 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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K[ltOGInclude~d on List From WWicO ieni.
orsof 'Central AmlI(rician Arhj-
tr atitiji1Tribunids Will be Chosen
ONLY 15 MEN NAMED
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the politi-
cal science department is 'one of 15
Americans included in the list of
Secretary of State Kellogg from
which selections will be made for
service on the recently created Cen-
tral American arbitration tribunals.
The list is composedi of James M.
Beck, 'of Philadelphia, former solici-
tor general of 'the United 'States;
Prof. Edwin M. Brochiard, professor
of international law at Yale univer-
sity; J. Reuben Clark,' Jr., Washing-
ton; William C. Dennis, Washington,
D. C.; D)avid Jayne Hill, Washington,
former ambassador to Germany; 'Prof.
Manley C. Hudson, Cambridge, Mass.,
who has been active with the work-
ers of the League of Nations at Gen-
eva; Charles Chaney Hyde, Washing-
ton, a writer on international law;
Nathan L. Miller, New York, former
governor of New York; John Bassett
Moore, Newy York, judge on the court
I at the Hague l Jackson HI. Ralston,
Washington; D~r. James Brown Scott,
Washington, now with the Carnegie
foundation; George W. Wickersham,
New York, former attorney general of
the United States and Prof. George
Grafton Wilson, professor of interna-
tional law at Harvard.
Feri is Clubs
Are Asked TO
Banquet Here

Will Take Rest

1HOBBS VITS ' WA SHING TON TO University. It is the plan' to estab-1
lish , g 7 two large meteorological sta-"
F U TH I GRENLAJVD XPEDTIO tiours equipped with radio, one in the
____________________ the other nearth west-j

Ops I I Ill-, I 'W' o ;,I fi e AitA w h o NviII lecture here on thne Ora-
i2aft? tP'idb 7 h'y a. 3'V, s aed Itorical program inext Saturday night.
Ji. to -A I ( Itni wSi be I ho'gunest of Professor lI' )lWlJ
- --4 ,onlSaturdi'(ay at whicai time dtiails
Prof. 'Vi It n im la. Jojcb ,of Ithe c1 I lie expedition will1 he further lis-
g eology; ; IS rt incen I; ret i ru101 ed s- ' QI
t erdayfi rm \Va,,o infoii, lure he1 II's'iiient funds can i)8 rai:,e cd
Spent 1the ;eV er nid fa i' ti i i ugpants ;I rofes:"or hobbs will go ton t' Oe - l
for iaThu (rect r uc . e iwol U ion o e -t 'l.- nJ d mn, t ,,, 1( rwtil Sa11,1-t c .,--

2111W coast, whose chief purpose will
be to warn i uope of approaching
'u12rri canes.

In coif meit ug upon is Waslig- NIa
t',ii visit, ['roffe1s-r 11 ohhiS remarked
t U'at 5iV 'alI- overn itil1lI lii eai 0;
have pro-" o isdlnomte m upr
in. carrying out. the pro(pf fl~s~ os
laud icxped:fi ion "old I l. the ii fIll(-A t
f .co-c; smation has been ahued11un
bV teea&
("At'tFcr 11 o3 ig f 1"C r il:; S;U re -
efi how i 112 l re i.}l'1 End H I 'iil (f
Mlichigan (I I i l C i g };rfei v-t
cd by governiliin 1)11r , .;>,''r , i
Professori 15,'1P i ' p
niastic than c 'se t~vo : a}1Q'li' 'it
ability cf Othe iiemm'its ;.1wa,-; inl- 1
6 edE i'd ShY tisod tIh a rwi i
which the plyansM ha e O la me; l b1yl
* :C : q:.:.',1: X ob s l in ,> as i i m e , P o e s o
" { te antf~itt ii feid i lti :0 E.: I cyto
ter r (cii nde ".lmi i r
t~ U. S. N., who wz:s i i ~ha # E' of I tie
aeoatclfeature,. ",he L-.letf Alit
-'._ ,:. s.s"c . _ I wr an expedition w1hich '~' j n! ri
ed from n mothboo :oi a.iI.t!n
"T look better than I feel," John WV. fessor Ilobb's plan of c-ari-yi mo;1p-
Weeks confided as this nhioto was plies by airplane to the expeditionlary
taken in Washington, following his base; in G reernland were diseii.scd at
resignation as secretary of war. H-1e come length.
is out again after an illness of six j Ro-,--d A, :midsn, I'ainoas e:dire
months, but physicians have ordered ( - - ---- -

Eosetl largely of geologuits oflthei ~
T Y +"C i1 ' A a A TB D o - J T t2 E 3O U . B.3 A T . O0 5 5'

On Display by
Mr. C. P. Lathrop
Tues., Wed., Thurs.,
Oct. 24, 21, 22
at Cartier's, 366 S. State St.
$7
XICORPORATElD r.-' REO. V.S. PAT. Opp.
Stores in New York, Brooklyn, Newark
and Philadelphia IWp Address for Mail
Orders, 11 Hudson dt, New York City~

a complete rcst.
Rome, Oct. 19.-The name of the
Most. Rev. Edward J. Hanna, arch-
bishop ,of San Francisco, is being
mentioned in Vatacian cricles as the
next American cardinal.

Invitations will be extended to all
high school students in the state and
members ,of the Ferris clubs in this
vicinity to attend the annual all-cam-
pus public speaking banquet which
will be held in the Union Nev. 18, in
accordance with an agreement reach-
ed at the bi-monthly meeting of the
Oratorical association in Angell hal
yesterday afternoon.
All students on the campus have
been cordially invited to attend the
affair, and with the prospects thait
,nany high school students will at-
tend indications are that the banquet
will be the largest of its kind in the
history of the University.
In past years, it /was stated, many
.students have felt hesitant about at-'
(ondinig the banquet due to the fact
that they have taken no special in-
terest in the subject of public speak-
ing. Off'icers of the association hope.
to discourage this attitude, for no
student is to be excluded from the
banquet hall.
Sen. Woodbridge N. Ferris will be
the principal speaker.* His subject
has' not been announced as yet. Prof.
Oscar J. Campbell,, of the English
literature department, will be toast-
master. Burton B. Sibley, '27L, has
been selected to speak at the banquet
as the representative of the strident
body.
Frank P. Weaver, '28L, vice-presi-
(lent of the association, has been ap-1
pointed to take charge of the ticket
sale for the banquet. Gladys Eastcott,,
'26, and Margaret Pollock, '281.; have
been selected to make arrangements.
DETROIT THEATRES I
THIS WEtEK
j h N19ghts 75C to $1 50
onseil PlyhosQ Tes. Jmrs~&iiaf
Bonstlie ~dJIIU TU ats 5oc and 75c
Wvooeiward at ,liot Tel. Ge iidale 99
The DtNSTELLE 4CO.
In the Vautastic, Wise, Witty. satiric Conmedy?
"The Beggar en Horseback"
GARRI K Eves, - Sa to $2.50,
~ARRIGtWed. Mat.SUc to $150
Sat. Mat. 50C do $1,00
25th big Week
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