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PAGU TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925

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SOPHOMORES PICK,
FAVORS FOR PROM.

Not Popular With
U.S. Labor Unions

Silver-Plated Compacts To Be Given,
Detroit And Union Opera
Orchestras Booked.
APPLICATIONS MONDAY:
Favors in the form of a thin, silver- .
plated compact were chosen by the
publicity committee of the Sophomore
prom at its meeting Wednesday in
the Union. The cosmetic ahxiiary is
patterned, and will be ready for dis-r
tribution at the time the tickets are
issued.
The date for the affair, Dec. 11,
has been fixed by the social com-
mittee, And contracts for the orches-
tras will be signed this week. One
of these, a well-known musical or-'
ganization that has recorded many
pieces for the Brunswick phonograph r
company, is now playing at a promi-
nent restaurant in Detroit: This
group will play the first part of the
evening, until shortly before midnight
when the orchestra fromrthe Union
opera will start playing.
A novel system of decorations will Albert A. Purcell, member of British
be used, all changes in the Union ball parliament, and head of 18,000,000
room being accomplished by means of trade unionists of Europe afFtliated with
light. Theindir =t mnethod of light- the Amsterdam confederation, who is
ing will be employed. Bulbs will be in the United States seeking to enroll
attached to the wall near the floor American labor in an international
and send a flood of light upward effort against "imperialism and other
through colored screens. This is forms of captialism," is meeting with
tjie first time that such a system has a cool reception among union officials.
been used in the ball room.!
Applications for tickets for the af-
fair will be distributed at the Union Frost Beieves
next Monday. Members of 4the class1 Engineers Best
of '28 whose University standing is
satisfactory and who have paid their Poetr Crtics
class dues will be given first prefer- y
ence when the tickets are issued, and
the balance of the 250 tickets will then "I think that the engineers are the
be distributed to other applicants in most capable students in the matter
the order in which their requests are o ugn oty"Rbr rs s
filed.ds fjudgingpoetry 'RoberttFrostat r
A complete list of patrons and pat- serted in his talk at the Lawyers'
ronesses will be passed upon by the club Wednesday night. "They care
bnnittee at its meeting at 8 o'clock little about technique and they are

UNION PLANS ALUMNI HOMECOMING SERVICE
Union committees have completed the Union sent communications this club to be here all day tomorrow for
arrangements for this week-end and week to all fraternities on the campus Ithe purpose of giving out detailed in-
are prepared to assist an unusually a s kin ha llnms] vi in formation on all roads going from Ann
asking that all names of visiting al- Arbor. The committee hopes to elim-I
large homecoming crowd of alumni umni be filed with that committee in inate much of the road congestion
and guests in evcry way possible. 1t order to assist in the compilation after the game in this way.
is expected that there will be fully as
many visitors in Ann Arbor as last of a temporary alumni directory as Representatives of the reception
week-end although Minnesota's repro e; maintained at the Union last Satur- i committee of the Union will again
sentation will be considerably small- day. The directory will be open for ;meet all incoming trains at the Mich-
br than that of Ohio State university's registration to all alumni today and gan Central depot tomorrow morning.
owing to the distance from Minne- tomorrow morning whether they are mnother list of rooms has been com-
apolis to this city. Preparations have stopping in the city over the week-end piled and filed by the committee which
been made to handle a larger crowld of or are simply here for , the game. is now available to all students and
alumni than at any time his fall, Besides conducting the directories' alumni at the booth in the lobby de-
however, blecause o1 the added attrac- the alumni relations committee will -siring accommodations over the week-
tions of homecoming and the closing ' stablish a general information broth tend.
of the football season as well, in te Union, and has engaged a road
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Sent To Syria

The alumni relations -cemmittee of specialist of the Detroit Automobile

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PAY YOUR SUBSLRIPTI()r NOIV, j

CAMPBELL WILL ATTEND
PITTSBURG CONFRE[NCE,
heal atiui meat wil t - i (.1
101L) 3'.nI.~da i ip :
I Te ad li e be
heM at 1hz' '.arnegie Insti u o " o h-
nli, n Pit <umrgh, on Nov. 27 anmd
TNh 2,xi e de vonedn to a e' es
oof apers anid (e' I dissson of
the subject, "AIDrnmaiC ' Tainin: in
Colleges and Universities." Proe' -
sor Campbell will open the discu=sion
following the presentation ot papers.
Prof. George P. Baker. chairrnn of
the depatment of drama, Yal uni-
versity, will give lhe opening spec:h
on "Problems rnd Standards;" and
Thms Wod ees, head o
ToaWo t-,,so ldrama dopartmnent of' the lKenneth:
Sawyer Goodman Memorial ete
Art lnstitute of Chicago, will disens
"The Potentialities of a College Drn-
atic Demartinent."
I"I(lowing participation in tl dr am
conterence at itsburgh, Professor
Campb1)1ell will return to Chicago
where he will tah in the Sntur-
day session of the 1;th annual met-
ing of the National Council of Teach-
ers of Elnglish, presenting a paper on
the subject "Graduate Work in Eng-
lish"

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ter in a coconu o one
can tell it t is sweet or sor
Confidence, Atta Boy! Every man desires to live long, but no one wants to be old. Everybody
likes to buy for less and nobody wants to pay more-in the palm of your hand. Get this: "WE
SELL IT FOR LESS." We do not play the part of June when you buy and December when
you return it-that's why we say: "WE CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR MGNEY
ON ANY ITEM YOU WANT TO RETURN."

While the League of Nations isj
awaiting an explanation regarding
slaughter of non-combatants in Syria,
Paris is sending Sen. Henry de Jouv-
ene as commissioner.

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EDERAL ESTATE TAX
CUT IN REENUE BILL
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19.-Retroac-
tive tax reduction, in addition to cuts
in future Federal levies, is provided
by the revenue bill now in prepara-
tion by the House ways and means
committeee.
The committee yesterday voted to
nullify the increased inheritance taxj
rates carried in the 1924 revenue law.
It would .make the lower 1921 rates
apply on all inheritance tax settle-j
ments made since the 1924 act became
law and up to the time the new bills
now being written with modified in-,
heritance rates becomes effective.
The provision in the 1924 law, how-
ever, allowing a 25 per cent credit on
the Federal inheritance tax for pay-
ments made on state inheritance
levies, was retained for the settle-
ments In that period. Thus the in-
rheritance rates from June 2, 1924,
when the last act became law, actual-
ly would be lower than under the 1921
Ac
As a result the government would
have to make refunds on all settle-
ments of inheritance levies made be-
tween June 2, 1924, and the effective
date of the proposed new law, which
it is estimated would amount to sev-
eral million dollars.
The 1921 inheritance tax schedule
had a maximum of 25 per cent and the
1924 law carries a maximum rate of
40 per cent. The committee proposes
in the bill it is drafting to cut this to
20 per cent.
Hoping to wind up its work on the
bill by the end of the week, the com-
mittee will meet again tomorrow after
being in adjournment today to give
sub-committees opportunity to work
out remaining details.
EXPECT REIHSTAG WILL
SANTION SECURITYPAT
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, Nov. 19.-The House of
Commons havig last night by a vote
of 375 to 13 given its sanction to the
security pact formulated at Locarno
to bring permanent peace to Europe,
the expectation now is that the Ger-
man Reichstag shortly will follow suit
and ratify it.
The adoption of the measure par-i
took somewhat of the nature of an
ovation for Austen Chamberlain, the
British foreign secretary, to whose
efforts the success of the Locarno
conference was largely due. Both
Ramsay MacDonald, former Labor
premier, and David Lloyd George,
Great Britain's war time prime minis-
ter, paid tribute to Mr. Chamberlain's
work, which Mr. MacDonald dieclared
had substantially advanced the cause
of peace. In the voting a majority of
the followers of Mr. MacDonald cast
their ballots with the government, but
some abstained from voting.
"I do not say that these treaties
when ratified will make war impos-

least apt to concern themselves with
the mere mechanics of art."
Mr. Frost classified the two types
most unfit for appreciation of works
of art. "One is the Philistine, the
man who doesn't see any sense in
such things; the other is the rank
insider, who knows all about art from
the ground up-that is the technical
side of it-and very little about life."

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Dr. William J. Mayo, '83M, speaking
before the faculty and students of the
Medical school on "Splenic Splen-
dromes," gave the second annual Mayo
lecture yesterday afternoon at Natur-
al Science auditorium. This course!
of lectures on the subject of surgery;
was established last year by Dr. Mayo
through an enabling donation of $5,-
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