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TCRsDA1 001T3FR 22, 1925
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MEXICO, Oct. 21.-Gen. Fu Kai
Men, Chinese revolutionary h ad
and head of the Cantonese army,
here to confer with Sovi(, oficial so
political, economic, and mili arv :n
ROME, Oct. -,he Naltio:::1 r.
cist council has firhidU1ii h,
ing of arms or (anl0 bV
Doyle Heads Advisory Group;
Ball Committee Led y
ORGANIZE WORK SOON
Remaining committees of the senior
literary class were announced yes-
terday by Harry G. Messer, president.
The chairman of each committee will
have a conference soon with his
committeemen, and within two weeks
the president will meet with the var-
ious class departments to outline the
work for the year. Members of the
invitation committee were announced
last week, and a meeting was held
at which the style of the program of
Commencement was decided upon.
The advisory committee consists of
Richard F. Doyle, chairman, Kenneth
0. Kellar, and Margaret H. Geddes;
auditing committee, James W. Fern-
amberg, chairman, Robert C. M. Win-
ter, and George Snider; athletic com-
mittee, Steven F. Wilson, chairman,
R. George Babcock, Royal F. Cherry,
H. Frederick Parker, and Miles C.
Reinke; banquet committee, G. H1am-
ond Harrington, chairman, Edwin C.
Mack, Oscar C. Gorenfio, Frank Deans,
Frances L. Adams, Arline J. Ewing,
and Marion Mead; cap and gown
committee, Kenneth G. Smiles, chair-
man, Norman D. Reynolds, Frank P.
Weaver, Marjorie G. Shields, and Wil-
Harry B. Koenig will be chairman
of the Class day committee, and is
assisted by Richard Earhart, William
J. Howard, Bernd Baeteke, Margaret
Sagendorf, and Elizabeth C. Smith;
memorial committee, Richard i. Frey-
berg, chairman, J. Glen Donaldson,
Richard E. Barton, Margaret E.
Brooks, and Mary L. Miller; picture
committee, Walker G. Everett, chair-
man, Robert Wedemann, Jr., Joseph
E. Gandy, Margaret K. Efinger, and
Doris M. Gladden; finance committee
Richard S. Griest, chairman, Herbert
J. Wettlaufer, Clark R. Simmons,
Kathryn W. Willson, and Helen M.
The Pipe and Cae committee is
beaded by Robert M. trab, chlair-
man, Stuart C. Johnson, Robert Morey,'
Albert W. Boehringer, and Paul W.
Bruske; publicity committee, Joseph
J. Finn, chairman, Robert S. Mans-
field, George W. Davis, Marguerite V.
Dutton, and Ruth A.rSorge; prome-
nae committee, Robert E. Weadock,
chairman, Raymond F. Hutzel, Thom-
as P. Henry Jr., Margaret M. Brandt,
and Phillis Haehnle; social commit-
tee, Frederick M. Phelps, Jr., chair-
man, J. Bradley Haight, George W.
Ross, Jr., Janet Van Den Berg, and
Included on the Senior Singscom-i
mittee are A. Edmund Alla, chair-
man, Kenneth E. Mogaridge, Eliza-
beth Woodward, and Mary T. Lou-
than; and on the reception committee,
William L. Diener, chairman, Harlan
G. Walters, Allin B. Crouch, L. Cath-
erine Mellen, Virginia Bruke, Ruth
A. Rankin, and Robert J. Brown.
M Advocated To Aid
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 21.-State reg-
ulation of the oyster industry to pre-
vent typhoid epidemics such as those
which swept New York and Chicago
late in'1924 and nearly paralyzed the
industry, was advocated today at the
fifty-fourth annual meeting of the
American Public Health association.
Sewage was agreed upon as the
source of. oyster pollution. Doctors
Charles Krumweide and William H.
Park, of the New York health depart-
met laboratory, told of experiments
in purifying oysters with chlorine..
Elimination of germs was never com-
plete, they said, concluding that the
real solution was prevention of con-
PARIS, Oct. 21.-Finance Minister
Caillaux outlined at yesterday's cabi-
nt meeting the financial projects he
will submit to the Chamber of Depu-
tties shortly after its opening.
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A flivver plane developed by
tional air meet at Mitchell field, L.
C. H. Powell, who won the honors in the race for
I., has a 1E-h. p. motor that runs 15 minutes on a
tiny craft in the inter]
quart of gas and mov
the machine through the air at 70 miles an hour.
200 High Schools
May Register In
G. E. Densmore, of the public!
speaking department, who is state
director of the Michigan High School
Debating league, said yesterday that heI
expects 200 high school debate teams
o be registered in the league debate
contests before the first prelimin-
ary series is staged Nov. 20.
Mr. Densmore has been working1
earnestly in an effort to make the pro-
gram of the league this year the most
successful in history and to date
many new schools have been showing
.nierest in the debate contest.
F'our dates have been set for the
point winning preliminary series:
Nov. 20, Dec. 11,ran.15, and Feb.
12. The program calls for four de-
bates from each school, two affirm-
ative and two negative. They will bel
alternated at home and abroad. "The
Child Labor Law" will be the subject
Teams having the largest number
of points in the point winning prelim-
inaries will be selected to enter the
,tate elimination tests and will be !
LONDON, Oct. 21.-The appoint-'
ment of the Very Rev. William Fox-
ley Norris, dean of York, as dean of
Westminster to succeed the Rt. Rev.,
Herbert Edward Ryle, who died last
Aug'ust, is -expected. to be announced
IRON MOUNTAIN, Oct. 21. - Mar-
quette today was still isolated froml
the rest of the upper peninsula whilel
the Michigan Bell Telephone company
crews were striving to restore at least*
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