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UNIVERSTIES WILL
D lq __ 4' Froin Fifteen Colleges Wil
1YMvcl.-AAt Priniiceton Tio 1)1scuiss
W~orld Court Problema
HIBBEN APPROVES PLAN
Fo'" the first time in history an or-
granizedl att, iipt is being ?Wade by stu-I
denfts to influence a political issue,
aiccording to John 11. lliott, '26, who
was the representative from the Uni-

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versity at-a conference of representa-
l ives of 15 colleges 'at the Y. M. C.
A. in :'1,.w, York city. The prime ob-
Sject of the conference was.to discuss
p ]lan115for a nationWide 'student con-I
SfereIuce to discuss the World court,
~ which wil be held at Princeton, Dec.
11 it) 13, as the result of a resolution
~. eas' Ibythe Princeton senior coun-
i , t Acring to the decision arrived at
ithe preliminary conference, two
' dlte' from every college in theI
f.f ~~will attend the conferenceE
mdrc aistcr the vote of their institu-
1 ;I P . t} 4t a med in a straw vote which
will btu -eld the first week in De-
cenb~v.The policy which the con-
Sferun(ee ~eps to support is the en-
ofi 'ec the, United States into the
-AV;rdcourt; upon the Hardin;-
I igh es Coolidge proposal. A cornmit-
tee will be elected by the convention
Sto go t,)\Washington to present the
czonclusions reached by the confer-
elice to President Coolidge, before
~ Conresstakes action on the World
court planl, which was voted to be dis-
cussed at the opening of" the coming
,sesion by a huge majority at the last,
~'Congress.
p Pincetoni Will Be Host
Pres. John Grier Hibben, of Prince-
ton university, heartily approves of
thp conference and has sent out per-
E*sonal letters to the presidents of
every university in the country ask-
Sing' for their co-operation in the riove-
Sment, which it is hoped will crystal-
Sline the student opinion on the World
Scourt plan.
Louis Fox, Princeton, '26, was the
1originator of the proposal and suc-
r ceeded in having the senior council
~.of his / university sponsor i he move-
ment. It is proposed that one. man
~andl one woman student from each
4.university be appointed to attend the
Vconference and enter into the discus-
sions. Speakers of internlational note
will present. the problem at the open-
Sig meeting to be held in Alexander
vi.nt WiAc it IGroups
Aftr te nitaladd; esses, the con-
vocatonwill be split into more than
20 groups o; approximately 20 dele-
Sgates each to facilitate freer discus-
sion. The p~robleims to be discussedl
specifically include. the history of ar-
bitraition, the nationalistic ambitions
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RI I I rndepartment, who accompanied Profes-
10 0 f 'Case Returns Io aeo h ntdSae xei
S LU~IiS Uii I u S Liipuroseof he nivrsiy ~ tion, collected a number of rare bot-
r r ii I AB(Continued from Page One) apical specimens in Utah, Texas, and
Th ups fteUiest s ae in Colorado.
PHI ENrm m or I ped (ition this summer, Professor Case
explained, wstobanifpsibl, VIENNA, Nov. 2.-Ninety thousand
Bl~lesThik o Tct nd ad annrsspecimens form the giant dinosaur I state employes will go on strike Wed-
Fo asOf Past; Considers territory in eastern Utah. AlthoughI nesday if the government disregards
Va gtrius Solton a cave-in in this district made it iun- Ianl ultimatum calling for salary in-
Vpossibl to secure any of the desired I
"specimens, ocnsiderablc geological jcreae.
TALKS ON WORLD COURT material was obtained in Texas, which _________________
Professor Case hopes will prove of x- DETROIT THEATRES
dob htteCuto ol u-wre vr"In my personal opinion,, I rather ceptional interest after it. has been T,, I EEK
tice, suggested as a solution to the Rumors of a cave~in of a huge-
problem of world peace, can, in itself, ro3ck, at Jensen, Utah, containing the ehi r ~on~ Lafayette at Shelby
ScubrtLafayette Nightm, 5oc to $3
end war, because Aso many of theI dinosaur beds, reached Professor Case biargain Mlat.,
problems it should have to meet shortly after permission had -been 0o)- i Thursday, hest seAts, $. sat. Mat., 5oc to $2.5o
would not be strictly legal," said tained by the IUiversity, from the Un- Tel. Cadillac. 8705
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-sIited States department of time interior,!The STUDENT RINC
tory department, addressing the to .work in the beds early last summer. Every Play Goer should see It!
Young People's Religious union of the' Upcn reaching Jensen, which is sit- ' E1very Muskc-lover wilt Hear 10i-
Unitarian church, Sunday night. His uated on the Green river, it was found Mvale: Chorus of 60 Girl C horn s of 35
subject was "How Can We Obtain that there had been 'a cave-in, even 9j Eves. - 50e to $2.50
World Peace?" greater than reported. 1 R IGwed. Mat. 50c to $1.50
Sat. Mat. 50ic to $2.00
Professor Slosson said, however, Limited time and funds precluded!
that the World Court was the logical (h osblt fdigaywr n1 I W
intuetforth settlement of i-jtednsu ertr even in thel LAST 2 WEEKS
ternational legal questions. He add- event that'some of the displaced rock]
ed thiat the problem was not so muchl should be removed, which, Professor ;FinAl Performance NOV. 14
iegarding the form of a high tribunal, Case explained, was a tremendous
as in the creation of effective mna- !task in. itself. Trhe expedition then N1911 ~l~HLusth4 &to.
chinery to enforce its (decisions. The proceeded to Texas and worked upon BonsIel Playou seu iu e 5f iid 75C
various plans submitted for the abol- the Triassic beds in Dickinson countyI Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 979-1
ishment of war were presented briefly: 1'for some weeks, which resulted in tile {The BONS JTE'LLE CO.
preparedness, non-resistance, pacts, finding of a quantity of fossil bones, I h olcig oe.StrcCmd
compulsory arbitration, treaties; out- Iseveral of which may prove of unusu- '
lawry of war, world state, and. thel al value. "11he3Beggar on uorSe a 'f
League of Nations, the advantages Carl 0. Earlanson of the botany __________________
anld detects of each being pointed out.
"Lack of tact and bad manners,,
nothing less, have been the cause of
great wars," Professor Slosson con- TODIAY-8WDNSA
tinued. "We must be willing to go WE EDA
more than half way with the other
rations of the world in our future
n eg otiation s. W e certain ly can n ot p r n t a y n o e w s w h c b y a t
and common sense in our diplomacy,1°
could be averted."
Following the talk an informal dis-
cussion was held on current topics
suclh as the Locarno pact. _____________ ________________
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv. MICH-IGAN-NAVY
FOOTBALL PICTURE TODAY
Under New (SEE MlIIGAN MARCHING TO ICTORY
Management Here's Comedy-Drama of

The Emory building, a low~ warqi ouse-i uk"el ll uge si(t~fing a stablie iliore than a temlpe of justice,
is the scene, in Washington, of the court nlartil l cf Col. William11 A. Mi(l~cliIV stormny petrel of the air service,
on the charge iof insubordination. It is shown above. hInset. (left to right) aire: Col. Sherman Moreland, judg
e advocate, and Lieut. Col. Joseph McMullen, assistant judge advocate, the dlefendant, Colonel Mitchell, Rep.
! 'R . Reid of Illinois!! his civilian counsel.
of the countries involved and the ecoo-lg
nomic principles upon which a solu-I
tion must be based. WE WILL FURNISHI YOU WITHTFlIE
An International weelk will be held
in Ann Arbor the first week in De- REST
cember during which a straw 'vote on
the question will be taken and speak-,l
em's of national prominence will speak:
to the student body. At this time, S
th etmn ftecmu ntheATTrlE5
question will be ascertained and th el M%,R A ~ A ' P ~
delegates appointed to register thatM 0'I" 3'n."NLE P C S
expression in the conference. '/V R FO Y URS CA EN G M NT
HEIDELBURO, Nov. 2.-An impos-;,C
ing sarcophagus, erected as a monu- IAIA Fl1 IYPESHOP
ment to Friedrich Ebert, Gerniany's
first president, was- unveiled in the3L 711 N. UNIV.
cemetery here Saturday.
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