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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'W TIA-IFYL . MTCVC1 Ll DAILY r

AMEICANSRISCUSS,
RIFF PEACE APPEAL
1Senfator Rorali Seen{Is Proposal
Whlile Admiistraionh Is
FEAR FRENCH REBUFF
Washington, Oct. 2-The Rif ap-
peal for peace intervention by Amer-
lca occupied the attention of official
Washington today. Senator William
E. Borah urgently seconded the Riff
proposal; the Administration urged
that France Would resent any official
American overtures; the opponents of
Joseph Caillaux poited out again that
the Riff war was taing French money
which should be applied to war debts.
The Riff peace appeal came from
Sidi Mohammed commander-inchief
of the Riff armies.-
Aniercan officials take the posi-
tion, however, that France would re-
buff any Amerian overture to act as
intermediary, and the Administration
Is unwilling to risk rejection of its
good' offices.
"It is a singularly pathetic, a tragic
thing, that neutral nations are to be
prevented from lifting a voice in be-
half of peace in the case of the Riff-
tans," Senator Borahi said.
"As I understand it, these people
have never been conquered and are
fighting now for their lives and their
liberty. France is spending $1,000,000
a day in this conquest, and very like-
ly will sink $200,000,000 or $300,000,-
000 *before she is through trying to
subdue the Riffians.
"Sidi Mohammed's'appeal for peaceI
makes a particularly deep impression
upon me. It seems to me to be a
very earnest and sincere appeal and
it, asks nothing more than fairness
and justice and the right to be left
in possession of the liberties theseI
people have traditionally had.
I would be in favor of having this
Government offer intervention and if
France rejects it, then at least we!
,-hall have done what we could to'
end this waste and struggle and
France will have the responsibility
for the continuation."
Old Manuscript
Is Presented.To
Meldical Librazry
Dr. Lewis Stephen Plcer, '66M, of
Brooklyn, New York, editor of the An-
nals of Surgery, has presented to the,
Medical library a beautiful cpy of
Spigelious' Opera Omnia published in
16 45. The book was received several,
days ago by Prof. A. S. Warthin off
the pathological departmen, , chair-
Man of the Medical library.
'The book is bound well, is unusual-
ly clean, and is considered a good ex-
ample of the printing of the times.
Interest attaches to the b)0k as it
contains a reprint 'of Harvey's "Dle
t motu Cordis" which had been pub-
lished 17 years before, thus showingI
the earliest acceptance 'of Harvey's
views by his contemporaries, medical
authorities say.
Dr:' Pilcher's. collection of medical
incunabula and old books is one of
the best known in this country.
FRESHMN GYM CLUMB
FORMED By DR MAYi
Attainment of perfection in gym
work is the aim of the newest chb
organized,-on the 'campus-the fresh-
man gymnasium club.

Out of approximately 1470 in this
year's freshman class, 1200 have al-
ready registered at tihe gyrnnaim
breaking the record' for early regis-
tration. Plans for, the club will be
told classes m eeting Oct. 8.Cl b i l H a
MM y r C m p ela y o r R o b e rt A . C a m p b e ll w ill a d -
dress all members. and prospective
members of the Cosmopolitan club at,
a reception to be given at the home' ofI
Prof. E. C. Goddard of the Law school'
and Mrs. Goddard, 1212 Hill street, f
tonight.
A program of music consisting prim
cipally of German selections, has been
arranged. This will be followed by
games.
Buenos .Aires. Oct. 2.-Public sub-
scriptions have been opened to raise
funds for an attempt by the Argentine
army aviator, Hillcoat, to fly from
Buenos Aires to New York.

Archeologists Discover Evidence Of Earty Race

liiiIO urest and discouragement now
NAVAL A910 BIlIIN manifest among th e air personnel.
[fhIT~fU flY [OiPJhcme, Oct. .- Fire damaged therof fte1.1 etr hrho
Santa, lMaria in Portico, noted partic-
(Bly Associated Press) . u la i for coiktaining an 'image of thel

SATURDAY. OCTOBIR 3. 125
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Whzenin uDetroit (doin t Ia Ito see
The STUDENT PRINCE
Most glorions operetl 11t i ll t-.
S He'ar thje fam~ous nuae- cior-ii, of .
NightS: ,50C to0$;."Satt.., i0' Oct .
PD ,qIa.r price mat. Tliu rday. Beet seats, $
Patronize Daily Advertisers. t:'

Washington, Oct. 2.-Organization
of the Navy Air' service was shatpl'y'
cr iticized . iy seven of its own officers
in testimony before the ('resident's air-
board.
jSolidly lining uP in favor of a
sepaateair force in the, navy each.
witesschargedl the present admin-
I istrative system was responsible forI
PHILDIAMON'
N ol* Booldug
ORC HESTRAS1
FOOTIBALIL HA'TES
Make Iltervaiomns Eary"
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ta donna to which miraculous powers
ave been attributed.

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SATURDAY'S THE DAY
for
COFFEE CAKE
Telephone 5501 for All Deliveries.
TH
CITY PASTRY SHOP
516 E. LIBERTY

Archeologists exploring ruins, is
discoveries shedding light on the early
water jars andi other forms of pottery
ies are shown.

Mesa Verde National parkc, in s opt h western Colorado, report more strange
race that inhabited) the section. lptlaibly 1 ,06,0 years ag o. Many types of
unearthed indicate a. high form of° civilization. Some of thme discover-

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ACCROIFIGTO REPOHt
Madrid, Oct. 2.-Ajdir, the capital
of Abd-El-Krim, is burning, General
Primo D. Rivera, the Spanish com-
mander-in-chief reported to the :gov-
ernment. The Ruffians chieftian's own
residlence wa~ on fire, the telegram
Isaidl.
Refinished Alleys

Winin nd HIdig
Has always been our aimi. Let us serve you-
with delicious sandwiches and chinks of all kinds.

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Now Open At Union . AR EU IN
After a complete renovation, the piaro ;s fromIILiter'ary ilizilding.
bowling, alleys in the .basement ofI
the Union were reopened for the use' ________ __________---_______
of all members yesterday. A new en- _________________________________________
trance to the alleys through the1
swimming pool has just, been com - ~~C9+ :.P1.. ,,iJ. 1 "°.. ! r,/'!!% It'r.'°'',l
pleted, and the alleys proper have, %
been planed, levelled and revarnished}.
The bowling alleys will now be nfoe 230utl1:0P ~
daily, except Sunday. The same fee AN*a
as last year of 20 cents per gain'
will be charged, it was stated by mi- .Dn 9 n
( hers of the house committee. ~
Read the Classified Page-it pays. u tto n s
HEADQU ARTERS
Z:Zrh~rat Plaqu~e a es (ThyNo ol
Stenlil Outfits Te litter up our place and* then you
Artists Materials whe ar
D)evoe Tube Colorsthyisng
Siig Picture Frames do we replace buttons when they come
Electric Torchiers off, but we repair tear's and rigs. Have
SignWritrs Spplis Iyour laundry done the way it is done
Paints
varnish { at home.
Enamels1
Wall Paper, V
( windowShades
WindowRHONE 9115
4 Parchment Supplies
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RICHARD HERNDON Presents
-The Tremendously Popular Comy)edy Success

HITNEY TEATRE

Opens at
Ambassador
Theatre
New York
Next Month

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in Several Styles an;d Leathers

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