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'1'lSDAYE, DECEMBER 15, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SOCIETIES WILL I
Children Will Be Guests At Sorority
And Fraternity Houses This
Week

Heads Air Force

WILL .ECEIVE CLOTHES
In response to letters sent out from
the Family Welfare bureau, 41 fra-
ternities and 34 sororities have agreed
to entertain poor children at dinner
and to supply them with some articles
of wearing apparel, according to Mrs.
L. H. Boynton, director of the wel-
fare work. The fraternities will en-
tertain r53boys and the sororities will
take care of 43 girls and 5 small boys.
The Welfare bureau has thoroughly
investigated each of the cases and
has chosen only those children who
are most in need of assistance. The
work of the bureau has shown that
there is no absolute squalor in Ann
Arbor. The children chosen by the
bureau come from homes of laboring
men whose income will not permit
any holiday celebration for their large!
families.
Bast year .more than 100 children
ere given Christmas dinners and a
few articles of clothing, and the bur-,
eau hoes that the response will be
even greater this year. Any fraternity
or sorority which has neglected to,
notify Mrs. Boynton of its intention
to entertain one or more children is.
usged to do so immediately.
Zoologist Visits
Department Here
Prof. H. D. Fish, of the zoology de-
partment of the University of Pitts-
burg, was a guest of the zoology de-
partment at its regular lunieon Fri-l
day. Professor Fish was returning to1
the East and stopped in A'nn Arbor
only a few hours to visit members of
the department here.l
Every summer, Professor Fish takes1
a party of zoologists and students to1
the tropics and he had with' him moret
than 700 photographs, which he show-
ed to mnembers of the department. The
picture were of the natives, animals,
and vegetation, and were explained in
an informal way by Professor Fish.s
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
DE TROIT THEATRES
THIS WEEK
CK Eves. - 50c to 12.50
AeRIK.eMat. 50c to 5.50
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
LEON GORDON
IN
WHITE CARGO"
A Love Play of the Tropics
fl~rnhA~wONghts 75c to $.0o
Bonstelle Playhouseu
yod~r Mats. 5oc and 75c~
wood ard at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
SECOND WEEK
TheBONSTELLE CO.
in the Blithe American.Comedy
"MRS, PARTRI6E PRESENTS"
By Mary Kennedy and Ruth Hawthorne
Schubert Laayette "Ltat Shelby
Infn~,nI Nits, 5c to $2 50
Sat. Mat., oc to $2
Pop. Mat. Thursday, 5oc to $1,50 Cadillac 8705
The Sweetest Romance of Melody Land
~HELOLOLA"
A Musical Version of Booth Tark inton's
Novel and Play. "SEVENTEEN"
WOMEN

T CEbomination scarcely less execrable the providential appointment of Mr. made a great public dinner fir lhi.
e. C ockerE xplains Ithan the African slave trade." In the Anson Burlingame to China. In 1861o "In spite of the adverse criticism
. law of 1862 it was made unlawful for he landed at Canton and spent several of other nations, the actions of the
C ina s Friendship For U. S. American vessels to transport sub- months visiting the ports in order to United States have been friendly.
jects of China or any Oriental coun- familiarize himself as largely as pos-
Gi l-ve Isstorical Survey OfI Twotries known as coolies to any foreign sible with China. This desire to un- VIENNA. - President Hainisch of
Countries For 200 tempts to do away with these evils. port to be held for service or labor.derstand and be of help characterized Austria would fight a duel. Called "an
Years Our friendly relations with China This won the friendship of China. This Burlingame's ministry. He won the old fool," he has sent representatives
ewere secured more firmly when An- law was strictly enforced. esteem of the Chinese. When Mr.ito Alfred Guertler, former ministerof
The atinalfrindsip hic ex sosn Burlingame was appointed as mmn- The opium question was given an- B~urlingame resigned, the Chinese finance, demanding satisfaction.
e n h n t s g He ca nd as min Theroiu y te a'eiv national friendship whichexists!ster to China., He became very pop-- other blow bytheAericangovern-he in ina emisatistio
between China and the United States lar among the °Chinese and was even i b gent111tlwhenlllll1in1i111880tt1111it11l1wasl madetl un-n -lilflfllli
can easily be explained after one has ment when in 1886 it was made un-
made a historical survey of the sent, after his resignation from the lawful for any American citizen toC"
lations between these two countries United States diplomatic service, on a traffic in opium in any of the open = Frog Chocken and Steak Dinners
mission of friendship from China to ports of China. This greatly pleased
for the past 200 hyear., acording to;the rest of the world. These rela- Chn Ou friendlygrelationship Served at
inel Crockmen, o theubliy seak- tions are all accurately traced in Mr. with China were further cemented by -
ing department, who recently made I ! _'ssnvy I T TT T~ U
such a survey. Cr__k_ _survey._ BOULEVARD I NN
"Michigan," said Mr. Crocker, "has Excerpts from Mr. Crocker's report! 1=,
a special interest in China becauseT b k o t u n n sa
former President Angell of this Uni "In 1858 Mr. Reed was sent by the Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
versity figured prominently in diplo- United States to China to make a from noon. till midnight.
matic relationships with the Chinese treaty with China; in this treaty there Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
republic." In 1880, he was the leader was to be a clause commendig China
of a commission sent to China that on her stand on the opium question., r ilfilllllil illitllililllilli11llfillillllliiillilililisllliiil lifilliliw
made an agreement with the Chinese Lord Elgin induced Mr. Reed to with-
government whereby power :vas con- draw this clause. The Chinese peo- I 7 -

When reorganization of British air
forces into one command becomes ef-
fective, Jan. 1, Sir John Salmond will
become their leader. He will have 52'
squadrons under him. President Cool-
idge's air inquiry board disapproved
plans for reorganization. of United
States forces into one command on
the British plan.
Will Install New
Power Conductors
Addition of 2,000 feet is being made
to the main campus high tension wire
which carries current froth the Uni-
versity power plant to the various
buildings. The new lineQ is being laid
in tile conduit.
PARIS.- Georges Clemenceau has
broken his rule not to have anything
more from his pen published during
his lifetime. . His work on Demos-
thenes is being published.

ierred on the United States govern-f
ment to regulate, limit or suspend, buti
not to prohibit, the coming of Chi-"
nese laborers to this country.;
Mr. Crocker's report traces the in-
tercourse between China and the'
United States for the last two cen-

ple at large knew, however, that the
United States government was with
them in their attempt to abolish the
traffilc.
"Another reason for the friendly re-
gard of the Chinese for the -United
States is the stand taken on the use

turies, and shows the friendly spirit of Chinese laborers as slaves. The
in which it has been maintianed. The American consul at Hong Kong re-
stand taken by the United States upon ported to his government that the
China's great problems of the opium coolie slave trade differed only from
traffic and the slave trade has been i the African one in that the one was
a tremendous influence in the devel- operated by fraud and the other by
opment of this amiable spirit accord- force. In 1868-70, Hon. William 11.
ing to Mr. Crocker. The Chinese peo- Seward was making a tour of- the
ple have known that the United States 1 world and in writing of his trip de-
government has been backing their at- scribed the coolie slave trade as 'an

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Eat Real Dutch
Apple Pie at Our
Expense.
We want everyone to know that
there is one place in Ann Arbor
where you can get good home
made pies.
We are so confident of making
a regular customer of you that
we would like to have you lunch
with us today and select your
food from rows of tenderly
cooked meats, fragrantly sea-
soned vegetables, dainty salads,
flaky pies and pastries, all
cooked by women in good old
home style. You'll find just
what your appetite craves.
Try this sensible way of lunch-
ing today and eat a piece of
DUTCH APPLE PIE or HOME
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Just tear off the, coupon and
present to the checker any time
between 11:30 A. M. and 1:00
P. M., arnd 5:30 P. M. or 5:30
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