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VOL. XXXVI. No. 32

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICH-IGAN, \VEDUNESDAY, ()C'1'0PIH'1t 2::, 1925

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

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UNIlVERSITY RADIO
STATION PRESENT1S
OPENINGPROGRAM
IN ITI AL SER s,'i OF BM-NONYTILY
1'I!?f5 nOt P A FTUR-ES TALK
t I T'I'LE
MUSIC -BY BAND

COLONEL DRIGGS DECLARES AIR
FORCE IN SERIOUS REBELLION

Believes That D~evelopmient Of Aerial
Tran sportation Rests WiV IV
Coining GenlerationI

port ationl, the speaker said the de-
velopmnent in the air should he placed
in the hands of aivators. "It should
rnot he placed in the hands of its op-

MICHIGAN SPEAKERS1
FIN.ISH PLANS FOR'
CAMBRIOCE DEBATE

VARSITY D:EBA TERS WHO WILLI
OPPOSE BRITISH TEA M THURSDA Y

LEAGUE COUNCIL
TO INVESTIGATE
BA110LKAN DISPUTE

University Activities Ilepreseniil
Yost, 11at esShaiw, Reeves;
Solo iBy 3rs. Freman

Byj

Stating emphatically that the air! ponaents" lie said "but in the hands of
force of the United States is in rebel- ftrienids. The cavalry and artilleryl
lion, Col. Laurence L. Driggs, told i ,a~s certed to compete with aircraft as
an instrument of war, andI those in
his audience last night in Hill audi- I clBarge do not like to admit this. The
torium that successful pursuit and battle ship has ceasedl to be useful
dlevelopment of aviation rests with the Ia eea ljnewao o n
coming generation. His lecture Wa5 an in aenrairpefenseapopnafombon
the second of the Oratorical prograni which will sink any vessel on the sea.
course.
Prof Feix . Pwloski oftheThe Navy issltadily dleclinedl to al-
Pro. FlixXV.Pawowsi, f te jlowT the av iat ors to prove their con-
Aeronautical Engineering department, centions, but the sensible thing to do
introduced the speaker. William C.* is to have a fair test. The people
Dixon, '26, president of the associa- aeitrse oailta swa
tion prsi~ed.they want. If one boy in a $20,0001
I"Progress in the field of aviation airplaniecasikabtlshpine
has been spectacular" said Colonel I can.it sime batle s.coi inl
lrgs"but the situation today int add ti ieta odton
Dsthis country is a serious situiation. change."
One arm of the service is in open re-I Colonel Mitchell was, then referred
volt against the Army and Navy de- Ito by the Speaker. "Since Mitchell is
partments, and has attracted the at-I now under court martial it is best
tention of the people of this country. that I niake ri o statemients concern-
The men who are in charge of the dec-1ijg him. I will say, however, thatI
velopment of aviation are aged men the pilot" are 100 p ~r cent back of
who are capable and experienced-but Mitchell for his bringing the question

EiN l1Sl! TAlfSAID TO

COMMISSION WILL REPORT
CAUSES, .RESPONSIBILITY,
AND INI)DE NITY

Radio broadcasting from the Uni-
versity began last night when speak-
ers, representing the (ifferent fields
of important University activities,
joined with locale musicians, from 9
until 10 o'clock, in producing the first
of a series of bi-monthly programs
to be broadcast from the University
station on the fourth floor of Univer-

sity hmall.
Speker wh adresed he atin-the young clamor that they are not of aviation control be fore the public.
Speaerswho ddrsse thenaton-directing the development of aviation ioryasteplshvebnudr
wideaudenceof adiolisener into the best advantage, It is a pursuit; the direct ion of min who are not
the program last ,night were Presi- for the young to (develop, for the corn- famziliar withl aircraft. Thle pilots
(lntCarne ok itlDr ir ing generation to develop." themselves %vant to (develop aviation.
Icy A. Haynes, director -o1 the Un- Pointing out that aviation is a new They know the methods and psychol-
versity hospital, Wilfred B. Sassoc-, science which has already revolution-" ogy of aircraft. and it should be left
general secretary of the alumniaso-ieth exsigmtosotrn-fr1011odvlp.
lation, Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of theiZlth exsigmtosftrn-orIhmtdvlp.
political science department, and
Coach Fielding 1=1. Yost, director of
the intercollegiate athletics. ( !IM DY C U I E T N I N DVSO
Musical selections were introduced i l m o [uo 111I T N IN 0 SO '
between the speeches, in order to add
variety to the program. The Varsity I ViE P A S I I E L C U E
band co-op~erated in playing and sing -
ing a number of Michigan songs. Two I
violin solos were played by Mrs. Mar- ^---
ian Struble-Freeman of the School of "'~T~e 0Caiberiy TIriangle", "Creature Of Iteqnpests for Speakers Exceeds Thj~tt
Music, Lao's "Andante" and WieniawA Imnpulse", andul"spring" Open t of P1rei ious Years; Financed
shzi's "Capriccio." Otto Koch, '27, Club Season 'lHiroimigh l'ikersity
sang two) selections, "College Days"-
and "When Night Falls Dear." SL.TC E SA D R F C L YM NT PA
President itle i isRearks"
Preidet Lttl inhis"Reark" IComedcy club will open its season at I Eac~h year, fin accordance with plane
expressedl a hope that UniversityI
broadcasting may serve two major oh- 8:30 o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswel1l of the Extenwion Division, 3000 free '
jects-first, to give former students Angell hall with a series of three one- extdension lec(tuires are to be givemi
a few remiindecrs of. the spirit of the! atct plays, all (directed by members of throughout time state.'. These lectures
campus, vaiid seconflrto "acquaint citi- j the club.' The "plays are *"Ili C Cam- arc tree to t he public, as they aro
yens of the state with the. Univer- fel rage yA A ime .S inanced by the 1I. ivers;it . Th 'e lec-
Eity's polici sond in, Pesi Gilbert's "Creature of Impulse", and tLures are delivered by imien regularly
dent Little Said, "We want every boyI "Spring" by Colin Cartpbell Clements. I enrolled oi. th~e faculty.
and girl in the state who is physi- "Spring"'awisca ~to jazz life, Ordinarily, there are perhaps 1,500
cally, mentally, and morally able to treating of the meeting and parting of! requests for these lectures every year.
undergo the (discipline and hard work
incden touniersty raiing tohav a sailer and a girl uinder the influence This far, there have been receivedl at
an opp~ortunity to receive that train-' of spring, is directed by Valentinec the Extemsfom officec, three timics as
iug. Davies, '27, and will be played by many requests as can he granted forI
"EBut",' he pointed out, "it is not I Thomas Denton, '28, andI Miss Amy; the coming lecture progranm. In as-
kind or fair to admit to the University , Loomis, '22. Miss Loomis who grad- ;assigning lectures it is riot a case ofl
a boy or girl who is physically, or1frtcotc is evd ra
mtaluprarlo on whuated from the Sargent School infiscniirtevel Gea care
throutgh immaturity or lack of self New York, has p~articipated in several l xrie ose~ tta qial
control, is unprepared for the moral broadway productions. Last year she (istribtit ion of this service is inadle
problems incident to life in a uni- directed the annual Junior Girls' play, I throughout tihe state (during the year.
versity." i andl this season she has the~ direction n I h#e snisaller d(istricts particularly,
Dr. H aynes then told of the newI of Masque's citfort.
~3,80,00 iuivesit hopita an it Daves lso(lirctsGilert' oCea y one lecture is assigned to a coan-
$3,00,00 nivrsiy osptalanditsI avis aso iretsGilerts "rea (munnity. 111 every ease, efforts arc
complete modern equipment. In ex-' Lire of Impulse" with Phnyllis Loughm- jm7ade to uniiit e the organizations iin
plAining the hospital's worth to tihe lto, '28, Barre Bill, '26, and Mary Lou; any one center askinig for these lee-i
'tate11he decla red that 15,000 patients; ? Miller, '26, participating. Tfhe Gilbert tures.
per year c-ouldl be provided for, and( play is a farce with a profundity of A glanim at the I et nrc ]programi
50,0006lpatients could be givein medical wTitty dialogue, for this weei, ftakcen as a typical week.
examinations in the same period. "The Camberly Triangle" is .being showing,;thec diversity of interests in
The influence of the alumni of aimndrce b agrtEfigr 2, comommntit ie of thte state, displays, thle
institution such as the University was with a cast including Neal Nyland:, fact that six speakers- are to lecture
treated by iMrin. Shaw in his talk. "Thme '26, James Martin, '27, aind Margaret in five cities of t he state. Prof. S. F.
Alumni association," he declared, Geddes, '26. The Milne piece is a (ltingerich of thme English department,
bhsleenm reorganized in aim effort to sophisticated bit in his customarily is, lec.turing before a Kalamaazoo audi-
brzing: the academic idealism of the; light style. once on "B lrowning." G. E. Myers of
Unmiversity in closer touch withm what 'T'ickets, which may be purchased at! tme School of Education, will give a
is suipposed to be time more practical, the door are priced at 50 cents for vocat ,ional lecture in Grand Rapidls.
hard-headed idealism of the busy the orchestra and at 35 cents for the Prof. W. I.. Carr, and Prof. Francis D.
alumnu s." balcony. ('urt is, bot Ii of time Schmool of Educa-
t.ees JIiscusses World Prolenis I It has also been announced that the! tiomm, are speaking at a (district mneet-
Ini speaking of the Locarno settle- Comedy club will bald tryouts this' ing of the Michigan State Teachers'
'merit, P'mofessor Reeves told the radio, Friday and~ Saturday, and all students'! sp~cianiw, to Ile held in Grand Rap-
audience that ''this settlement which1 who wish to try out at that time are} ids. I'i.of essor Carr is also speaking
seems to usher in a new era for Eu - requested to attend the plays tonighit, in Saginw, an(:IDr. Curtis; in Detroit.
ropq will have a profound effect upon; as aml oppomrtunity will be given them i Prof. T. f). Mitchell of time Schoch Of
thm ae of the world anmd hence up- I immediately after thme performnce to 'Iiysical Edumcatiomm, will also address
oi timefrue of the United States sI mucet the members of the club amnd la Sa ini,.w gathering of teachers on
aind the p IrosperWIity of the American learn what they are expected to doo "Connmunhty Recreation andi Play-
peop)i-." Ile showed that the Versailles; for th'o try outs. groumnd.."
treatz-y of peace with Germany was the
kind of treaty that could not make in lander Will Appear Tomorrow In
for lastinig peace. It was dedicate(
by the victorious powers. The settle- Original Art Cover VW ith Increased
menit made at Locarno, however, he1An
paintedl out, was arrived at through E VolumeAn Improved Staff System
conciliation and moderation.
Coach Yost told the listeners about ~ ltvi ni.~me4l 'o ihtedul

TRUEBLOOD DIRECTSI
f'ai ibrrlge Trio Made Up (1£ 3iciaat'
Rajuxscy, Geof rey L1loyd And
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Mich rgan's debate team, which will
enigage time Canmbridge trio in thle an-
nual international debate Thu csdawv
night ini hill auditorium, bas its plan
of att, ck comp~lete, annomncememit
wvas nulre yesterday. Ray 1L. Alex-
anider', '27L1, L yman GIlasgow, '26, amid
Elsner Salzma n, '27L., who nmtke up l
the local team, eceived thIeir training
for the debate under time persomial di-
rect ion of Prof. Thomas C. Trutie-
blood, of the public speakinig' depairt-
merit.
E"nglish ien Skilled Speakers
Reports received by the officers of!I
the Oratorical association indicate
that the 1Englism teamn has become, lby
continual practice, exceptionally pro-
ficient im impromp~tu speaking. The
team as been debating in the U3nited
Mtates for some t ine amid is now ('011-
pleting a schedule of 26 debates with
I mid-west colleges, necessitating that
the Engishmen debate nearly eveiy'y
nighmt in the week. The Cambridge
teaum is mnadle up of: Mvichael Rain-
soy, Geoffrey Lloyd, arid Patrick Dev-
liin.
Varsity lExperweed
Ray Alexander caine to the Uni11-1
versity from thme Yale Michigan high
school in 1920. After rneceivinig his
A.B. degree lhe entered the Law school.
I I-e is anmemuber of the Adelphi Hllouse
of Representatives, of which organiza-
tinhe served as speaker for one year.
li194 e represented the University
in the Central league debates, anmd
this year took part in a faculty stu-!
dent debate. lHe acceive(I Phi Beta
Kappa on graduation, andl is now
pre Ae'~(ni of the Alpha chapter of
Delta Sigma Rhbo.
Lyman Glasgow comes from Spen -
cer, Iowa. He attended the high school
tiere, and later graduated from Kern-I
per Military academy of Missour-i. lie
is a imember of the Adelphi blouse of
IRepmresentatives and irepresented that
society on the freshman debating;
teamn. He. was a debater in the Mid-.I
west league. 1Ice was chosen varsity
cheer leadler for two consecutive yearis.I
lie is a nmember of Delta Sigmna Rho.
Elimer Salzman prepared fori col-
1 lege at Yuma, Colorado, high school
and at Ann Arbor, being a member
of the debating team in both schools.
lHe is a mnember of Alphma Nu d(ebatizug
society and represenited that omganizaL-
I tion on time freshmmanm debating team.
In 1924 lie was a member of time MVid-l
west (debating teami, and was a memr-
I her of the Cent ral debatimig league
teams in 1925. He has received his
IA.B. degree and is now a ;junior law
student. lHe is also a member oif
D~elta Sigma Rho.j
COLD EPIDEMIC DUE TO
CARLSNES ORSYTHE1

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CAILLAUX POLICY
DEFEATS MINISTRY
President Doumtergue Must Pick flan
to Form New Government With-
out Rellablte Support

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ACTION MUST CENSE
Indications Show That France And
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Strengthen Covenanit

PA INTT2VR R' DI74.TNSg

J 1 *11'.3 1 I I 1 11, i 11 A. L~i LC1I JLJ V .'s JU.aj JI
''iI' slike afao~tt i ga;-n<, one (By Associated Press)t
muret igIt t'us an ~Ay cean ~ PARIS, Oct. 27.-M. Painleve's min-
It1it Iit 'k( rrleads,'' ad lobset a-lrern^toistry, which was constituted April 16
1 thl I, i4 o o' ~ri ii Al n rlast, and took up the administration,
I~~~~~~~~~ ~ tFasi'rO eliie t~ ~ oI rance 's complicated affairs to sue-c
address104nih ibr1nehil audi- I ccc the lfeririot cabinet, ended its
toriui. "'vts1 ordha'Itlayrs ami career todIay, whmenitime premier sub-t
I~~~~~~~~~~ gods dtli aescesu u-I mitted his r'esignation and that of hisc
lie t i ltoi~ bl t. rtitata teyI colleagues to Presidemit Doumergue.
obtainiilnthie ficld aid in tlIe class-I
roo 'fte~tttitod \vijcJ , man as The fall of thme ministry was due to
t owards his v orix, while ini college, M. Caillaux's financial policy, his re-
will l a r_ rlyo(lt emnei whether or" not. sistance to a capital levy, to which M.
he i il e a'itec'isint lt' u~ues IPainleve rallied after the radical con-
world" t
Mayr (aumhel stledtha prh-vention at Nice that adopted a resolu-t
ably the greatest, problem wiiicii the tion favoring it. Oine of the most dif- I
stiiudent tfacer, is I f?,tt ofchetia fici It political crises in its history
Iacr pi7m'sio m' if woi' y;72r l, thatno-r',"II4now faces the French republic.
liner ccfittof It)e ,iidatSO0t x!' tr'« Pres.ident IDoumemgue has the taskt
cilh (A'ttlyemaa''Ile -cusso picking a Imvan to form, a new gov-
aftCt ayea ii olege li ecoiit ngerimuent; without a reliable majority
for thi (?ndtioni, bea reniarled tiatI to sup~-port it. rhme president hurried
"psi;('i< itah o il over tuidents inl the for'malities incident to the formation,
1t -1,er owoeing hi mt lle ort is jof the new cabinet, conferring this af-
altogethllm' too striong.'' Ile,'"Vent. O111 em'uoen with most of the persons usu-'
to~fV eso~ rI alpoI ally consulted in a cabinet crisis, and
of the Ii t litI) 01 Sicim t (<I'cuse o00 the!) Idwelling chiefly on the financial situ-
'part of I t'' t rem tt U.is fa th Iem' w'sli- ation in his talks.
cit hai h to t.,at iieri, failing in tacit l.Cr.illartx was the first to be re-I
anabitIiont, Ie cotiltudfed that. hi m erso ceivetl by M. :Doumuergue after the
Iought t, o I'" a lwerI"I rv; ,i wlly hhv, '- cabinet rnesignmed, a most unusual pro-
e°. or' th st tdo eti~ld ti t .e ou tld j ceottre. Theme minister of finanice.,,
I loos:- 10itint a mi findwhtsi iel i how ever, was not summoned for the
1: )01 11( ,iicI to) that., i'prose of consulting with him, re-
, TMlyor ('an ibell's rct tire We givenOilgardimig the mmew ministry, he was re-
to it io tl o tl~~ lI ~ W t i' I t - ceivetl at his ow n request, tak ing w ith .
(:114 i' t Ilnc r yn' ia~u hvehim a volumsinous file of documents.
Et a0 oh terd toiiIMle voe:IrI iwl (111 t cc of The presidents of the Senate and
th 1i'em (i s ti ssaiit for Chamber, M. Dle Selves and M. Her-
,i,->i't'tce'loitigt'-- lecturne was the riot, and the chairman of the financial
fat rt of r 'rt i i to be g iven by lintfe commission of the Senate and Chain-I
)proflt iaetiec in X' ioti s profess ions hem', were later called before the pres-I
Whrlo will at tnii to help the ,tdtents ident and questioned by hium regarding
solve t li i pro)1r,(ill.I the financial situation. All express-'
- ---cod hope that the situation would be
Editor W ill Talk i uickly cleared.twl e M aas
To ]Vl'cl Body pre idenit of the radical group tmr
row morning, after which it is expect-
cet le will summon the man chosen to
DrM~otrris, Fishiu'in, edit or of the form the new government. The gener-
journal of tthIle Aittericani Medical as-; al impression tonight is thmat it will be
' sciaicrt,\Vil ,adres sudets ndM. Painleve.
I fa ceity of te medicail school at 10 Tfhe premier in the new coumbination
1 iill likely have the collaboration of
oclock 'Satui'day ntati'miig in the west Itbe active support of M. 1-Lerriot, and
a.itiphmit teatrme of the iMedicaf building. M . i'iammd will probably be asked to
I lie ,;utbject has bewen atnounced as remain as minister of foreign affairs.
>"'lit" Artt of Preparint Medical jI"The meeting held by the different
political groups of the Chamber this,
VlC'S." I afternoon developed a wide diverg-
L), I F'.i: hbeim is altm the editor of ence of views as to the solution of
tt geja. a d flee author of mnany the cmrisis, shmowimng that the mew cabi-
' iot; andt] i te ra on edical sub- ! net, howevemr constituted, will have
j ect 5.11 Ii,,,Iti7e Slat urday is given Ito) manoeuvre delicately to find a maj-
jmither thelie usprices, of Alpha Omaega ority. There was much talk of a poll-
Alplia, national hionorary medical fra-i tical stalmnt, which would require
fternity. (iiFriday nightlie will ad- I dissolution of the Chamber and new
d ress state journaist, at thle meeting elections, in order to bring oumt a nmai-
l of' the 1lriivem's:ityv lli-'ess cub. ority to support a stable government.

(By Associated Press)
PARIS, get. 27.-The council of the
League of 'Nations will send a 'com-
mission to the Balkans to investigate
the causes of the Greco-Bulgaran
conflict. This decision was reached at
a secret session of the council tonight,
but the program as outlined is con-
tingent upon compliance by Greece
and Bulgaria with the conditions of
evacuation and cessation of hostilities
laid down by the council.
The duty of the commission will be,
first, to determine the facts, second,
determine' the responsibility, third de-
cide the question of the indemnity,
and fourth, study means to prevent a
recurrence of similar outbreaks tin th
future. A report of the finding will
be submitted at the next'session of
the council at Geneva in December.
Time Liait Expired
The tinme 'limit of 24 ,hours within
which the Greek and Bulgarian gov-
ernments must order the cessation of
all fighting and return al troo~s to
their respective frontiers, expired at
eight o'clock this evening, and the
council xill reconvene tomorrow'
morning to deliberate on the A'4le,
which are confidently expected tem-
body compliance with the demand.
Nevertheless, the :league's executive
body will not be satisfied until its
military agents have duly reported
that all troops have been in fact evac-
uated, and all Wa i e meaures =a
doned. M. Brian, pre~ident of the
council, again warned the repr son -
tives of the comat hat
liable infor'mation has been receved
,that the c+nnon -were still thundering.
The indications. are strong that
France and Greki Britain' a .acting
isone ini the preme k efot .to in-
cAease the prestigq anid power of the
League of Nations, and render it anr
effective instrum'~ent for peace. There
are also signs,. that, without directly
blaming Greece, the, embers of the
council are attach;~gip greatest impor-
tance to the fact that the Greeks In-
vadied 'Bulgaria to a depth of eight
kilometres (whichr is about five miles,
while the Bulgarians, even on the say
so of the Greeks themselves, en-
croached no more th n 500 metres
(about a third of a mi1 upon Hel-
lenic territory.
As the severance of economic and
financial relations,' which 'the cove-
nant authorizes against a warring nta-
tion, would require too long a tie o
put into operation, there is: new in-
sistence in League circles toniht that
the council might order a naval block-
ade at Athens, should the Greek o-"
ernment defy the council's mandate.
Eaeh Blames The Other
Continuing today to blame the other
country for starting the Balkan war,
both Greek and Bulgarian rep' enta-
tines told the council that they .want-
ed reparations. M. Caratanos, 'for
Greece, insisted that the real reason
why Bulgaria was having trouble with
her neighbor was that she had been
unable to' comply with the disaruia-
ment clauses of the treaty of Neilly,
Iwhich made it possible for rovng
bands of irregulars to provoke con-
flict.
lie denied that Greece had commit-
ted hostile acts "likely to lead td,,
a rupture" within the meaning of the
covenant, because the Greek itroops
had merely acted on the defensive. ,
The Bulgarian spokesman chara-
terized the Greek advnce as an umi-
justifiable aggression, particularly un-
fortunate and untimely at the .moment
the Locarno security negotiations hm
been crowned with victory, and IDJ~
rope had entered upon a new era
Itranquility.
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Little Ceremonies
Attract Nov list
Jesse Lynch Williams, holder of the
fellowshiip in creative arts for 192544,.,
Mwill be in Ann Arbor in time to at-
tend the inauguration of President
Clarence Cook Little,. Nov. 2. The
exc ate of Mr. Williams' arrival is

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In spite of the prevalence of colds
dunning the past week, Dr. Warren Ei.
Foi'sythe, direct or of the lieal thsemr-
vice, reports that no compications of
any kind have accom pan ied the e pi -
demic. Thme colds are troublesomie,
but no one has been seriously ill.
Dr. Forsythe attributes thme epi-
denic to a. lack of proper precaution
onm the part of the students since the
change in the weather. lie say,; that
in nearly every ease umder the care
of the I-ealth service, the patient has
been able to remembemr being chilled
becfor'e the cold set in. M~ost of the
cases have e'ither had wet feet or
clothing, or had cooled off outsitde
between chances.
lie added t hat at Ithis time of year'
ever'yone should gumard agains t cold:;,
arid take pr'ecauitionis inot to b)ecomie

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D1riggs Believes Amnndsen s Scheme
Of Exploration Really Practicable

thrmee phases of the athletic situationm! t tInnder, I 1 u6 ""s' -ty .....................
-ticket distribution, the team, and will make its first appearance of the I lull 1'lt of imprlioXiiig time appearance
physical educationm. Allotment of1 year tomorrow. This issue, which is ; f(1f b iugazine and affording a
tickets to alumni for tihe Navy game distinguishedI with a cover of originat i med in 'iiW)t the (ttitksdfouth le work.
wa eplindin full. He told of time art work, contains prose andi verse of rimrt studetnts.
great number of applications, far articles contributed by studenits sinic A DOW ;Sy~ten was installed last
more than could be filled, and of the the opening of the semester. A :iual spring for thelie adtninjstraltive work of '
shuflingariddrawng mthodem-su~bscriptions for the magazine, whose thme publ~ic'ttion, by the selection of af
plIoyed in determining the order in first issue will be sold on time canmpus I jiinmor amd senior staff. 'l'hese two)
whic thy souldbe illd.f for 25 cents a copy, will be taken at ; hbranches,' whichl cotnsist of five st u-
whih tey houd b filed ;a dollar for the five issuies tomorrowI denits each, hzandle b)oth the business
______________ and Friday in thme lobby of Angell hall, I rand editomial work of producing tihe
TM=or received by mail at time Priess build- !nmagazine. tme meinmber of the senior1
Our Veah e r ib'b ing. ii Iei staff direct; thme publicatiomn of one of1

chilled. H~e advises those .tlufter illg;I
from the disease to spiendl a dlay, if C (ol. 1.,+tvenCe T, Pruig, believes' Lug back up into the air are not
possible, in bed, drugs and inedieni. :te ' it. 1 )Ii A tuuts.3'ttlaan tovery great.
being of little use against colds I explor'1e tteGt-it~ of acres,!I oh'cu- "The one big obstacle for Amund-
- ryi _lieArti 'ciomitoIli senti to overcome with his dirigible
SALE OF D)IRECTORIES
YiWIl1L CO ''INVDTOI.DA'01,y +Pole bt eeiSpil zbteig eti ; it'l laska 1will be winmd conditmons. I think that
by l riitnl i IIt' io'' tasibe lt ~the explorer will snake a great try,
A fw cpis o te 12526 todett o o at, tatciumiIsto 'a i;'lii~n amid if lie comes. th rough safely ire
Drectopileold t22 Sen oday at the I ;fs- i ill have accomplished somethii
Dietr ilb odtdya eIt(rtly itttii iV. rea tt.
IPress biliding, accordinig to Fi'edem'iek ' Httie iiH-',is t':o-lutythy e hit+1d I If Amundsem safely traverses Iis
'M. Pheclps, Jlr,'26, bini>ss inaittcar'.?of teraft. tforC('ti i a n Ama itt useumI to s 1.,800 mnile flighta short cut will have
IWileji in nrevilus Yearst' e coim e s10 . ... .. -,-, ~ ,,,tnct rsri . * f it ,'.,,, .,h.,, ,a t -s~n + ,.. -n~

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