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P'ANAA COMMt!ANDE SUCCEEDS
TAB] U m Asst,,,, es Presidency Of ITacna-Arica ' - __..... ..__-_
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a the report of lastdIHAS MANY DECORATIONS :::.:::::.:::::.:::.:
report reads, "as -_____.',: '"::''"::':!:"::":::::'i:':.:
c assubeaniatey fotal r>esid~ent Coolidge ha appointed
ubenee~y sa Ma j. Gen. William I Qassiterr, command-shI
shallbe nw con ingtlx e devartment' of Pnmt
al of stetn a - s c eeXo. J h . Pershing, w hoat
loftepresent is resig ning as president of the Tac-
~pton of the south na-Arica plbsiecmisob
obvouly emor-caseof ill 'health. If General Persh-
)a~'d has definitelyin fel elenuhtrtrnoI
~w.stad ad g~d-Arica after treatment in. this country;
rated outside -:the Major General "Lassito' wi::lf:resign
rn s N~ry iedand General Pershing will be reap-
beenappove bypointed as head of the commission.
Two main con -+
I tothi conin- Major General ;Lassiter is 59 years
old and has been in the army since
of raficcoges j1889. He servedl in the Vera Cruz es-
er and the pJedition anti as military attache at
te of the. ildi for the American embassy in London.
equent use.. ost! During the Worldl war, he rose to the
opinion in regard !Q'," , 1 a of - -n

PROF. AIGLER ATTACS
(Continued from Page One)
However, Professor Aigler believes
thait. football is a game that must de-
pebnd oii collegiate surrounding for
its p~opularity. "A fifteen yard run for
(lear old Siwash produces a thrill out
of all kceping with that produced by
a 90 yard dash for a thousands dol-
lars," his report states, and adds that
the professional game, with the pub-
1licity due largely to "the, remarkable
perform ances of one Harold Grange
of Illinois:", will be undone by itsow
'"gross commercialism."
An attempt to prevent action, Simi-
lar to that of Grange, on 'the part of
any Michigan athlete is made in the
following, regulation, which is includ-
ed in the report:
"No student, who during any year
has competed in any sport as a mem.-
ber of any intercollegiate team, shall,
during such college year, be permitted
to compete as a member of any pro-
fessional team in the same sport. In
case of any violation of., this rule,
there shall be revoked any. award of
insignia theretofore granted the of-
fender and the case shall be referred
to the University discipline commiittee
for further action."

LITESEKSTDY USKILLED REPAIRING . }
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President Clarence Cook Little willf
address the annual New Year's lunch-I
eon of the Chamber of Commerce to-
day, speaking for the University on a
program at which all the classifica-
tions of the club's activities will be
represented. Mayor Robert A. Camp-
bell, treasurer of the University, will
preside at the luncheon.
President Little will suggest means
whereby the' University and the Cham-
ber of Commerce may be. brought to
a closer 'cooperation, so that- there
may be established ,a real connection
between the activities of the club and
sthose of "the University. The entire
meeting will be devoted to talks by
representatives of the various class-
ifications, who will stress their ideals
of civic welfare for the club and sug-
gest special work which may be con-I
sidered in detail at later meetings.
MUSKEGON.-Fifty thousand trees:I
will be planted in Muskegon countyI
in its -reforestation program this year. .

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