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ENGLAND
TREATY V ELOPS
tr(*at Brilailn I eads F. S. Ini Sep powier
Atrms Agreement Gives Birth "
To New Type Ofj Warinaker
U. S. CALLED DEFICIENT1
With a flaw in the Washington dis-
armament treaty allowing the unlimit-
eA construction of light cruisers, .
~Great Britain is widening the gap be-
tween its sea forces and those of the
U lnited States in the niaval standings,
11those close to the situation say.
W hile England and Japan are keep- L
ing as close to the mark as they can, .
Anierica is not preserving the 5-5-31
Sratilo of navail power established un-v
de lcr the IMra iig 4likfhiiistraton. With
~th ( present econom~y program in force,,
~if. is predicted that Japan may soonj
Wheonie the equal of the United States t
~on the high seas.I
T~i) 'Washington treaty imposed a
I it i t on the construction of fighting
* ili'is above 10,000 tons displacement,
but no limit was imposed on "auxil-
iary" ships of 10,000 tons or under.
i As, a result, the battleship is tending
o go into reserve, while the so-called .r.
' "auxiliary" is biecoming the principal
¢ tlype of fighting ship, with no tonnage ,.
a'ratio limiting its construction.
SAt the time the treaty was drawn
1t up, most of the light cruisers being HMSSfokf
(-%onstructed were "under 8,000 tong.cuiesBtani
:)a)pan was building four which had critsaide n ung
A been planned to displace 7,0070 tons itngland.e lnewe
.~ah but as soon as the treaty was widen the distance bet
.{ 'igned they were redesigned for 10,000 standings of U~nitedl S
, iOtis displacement. The other signa- amn considerably.
+toriess followed suit, for it was ob-
; iiously unsound policy to build fight-
101ng ships inferior in strength to those
o cf foregn contemporaries.
',The "treaty cruiser" is developing
d into a 35-knot ship with a battery T
yof eight or more 8' inch guns deliver-
ing a volume of fire of thirty roundst
- a minute. With such tremendous I B A C
r lroadsides, it will only be the high BX.t
y speed of the cruiser. that will enable! a d l
anunarmored enemy to face them.
P robable results would be that a few ,
~hits would decide the issue, and naval __________
~action would be the variety which
inaval officers describe as "short and
Admettin the deficiency of I
i; an sea power, naval authorities are
lecoing optimistic over the proposed
i 79Nrt i
N ependiture of $100,000,000 on naval!79NrhU
,:uviation. If the United States rebuilds
'its air thoblces to this eet they pre-

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NEWCRU~ 'AL 9UMNf APPROACH
QUOTA FOR LEAGUE

completed their quota. This they are Alumni M ust Pay Tamong themselves, it was announced
planning to pledge or underwrite at a. at Yale tonight for itself and sister
meeting to be held Friday, March 19. $j5 For Big,,lTh"ree 'universities. This is an increase from
This will make them the first alumnae l 1, ~ I$3 a ticket to alumni while by the
group to comhplete its, pledge which is Football IialfeS agreement single tickets to "tmemibers
considered an important step in the ____of the university community" shalt be
national campaign. Mrs. W. D. Hen- (By Associated Press) $2 or one dollar less "than heretofore."
derson, executive-secretary of the NE AVN Cn.,Mrc _ Increase in revenue sought by the
NEW1-JVEN Con.,Marh . -
alumnae council stated, "As Ann Ar-i change in prices will be applied "sole-
bor goes, so goes the nation in re- Five dollars, hereafter, will be the ,l nmitnneaddvlpeto
sipect to the University of Michigal ;1price to alumni for single tickets to:Igeneral athletic facilities and noct to
Wbm__ren'tgs eaguie building." Mrs. i football games played by the, Big liner easing budgets of intercollegiate
tI c nleson left yesterday for Toledo Three, Yale,. Harvard, and Princeton, athletic teams:"
where she will meet with the alumnae
I grouphre to assi ~istt Ihem with their !DRUf-GS VA AV

Ann. Arbor Women. Hope To Subscribe
Riemainder O iLcaeiauTiliding {
unto At MTeeting Miarch 119
$12,000 STILL N LEDED

One third of the remaining amount Idrive and help organize their financ
of the quiota for the Ann Arlior branch ^ ampaign. L'ater she Fwill go to Cleve-
of the Alumnae associat ion was pledg- iland and Grand Rapids for the same
edl yesterday at a luncheon given' et hiurpose.\
f he Lantern Shop for those who had I T here ;are 45 presidents of alumnae

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1means that the women of Ann Arbor phiign chairman w orking on the na-J
have $12,000 o raise before they have tonal diive th oughout the country. (A D
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