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Distribute Gun Trophies To Cities

D iscussV us Types cnzCh ies tave set. Should finances prevent the ' addressed to the Board of Regents,'j ATHENS. - Former Premier Vn-
+~ installation of this number, it was and naming Earl D. B3abst, Mr. Su- jels has finished translation into
F'or Burton Mvemiorial Campanile suggested that a frame to receive the : mt. oadI.Seh r odern Greek of Thzucy'ides' history
entire number be installed, but car- Cley W mtHwr hped o h eoonsa a hc a
!Dr. G. Carl Huber of the Medical o h eoonsa a hc a
rying only those bells necessary forpei. been occupying his time since he last
Various typ~es of carillons which towns at the request of the commnittee, aifcoypaig test ead school, and Mason P. Rumey, prsi left Greece in March 924.
might be mountedl in the lio posed also a~peared with Mr. Taylor, telling edtlter as new g funds became avala- fernwith the A egn sreative, to a-
Burton Memorial campanile, were ote various types, of carillons which ble. eora frDctrButn
he believed would meet ned ee eoilfrDco utn PAY YOUR SUBlSClIIiTTON NOW.
s idered by an informal committee ic lgofe Thmice lee 'e movement for the erection of+
alumnifaculty meni, and lSt( IL a s.gsedta the carillon !a campanile to house a carillon, lwas-
{meeting~ with Pryce Taylor, represent- proposed1 as I. memnorial for Michigan's started last spring, as a. monument to
f ing le John Taylor &I sons firm, ifthPresident., Dr. Marion Leroy Doctor Burton. The suggestion came "-______________
helfunders, of Loughborough, ling- Burton, should number at least 48 1it, the form of a letter from the board_________
land. bells, providing a complete tour oc- of directors of the Alumni association,
The meeting was called to allow
those backing the movement to con-1
sier various details of the plan writh
the head of the British foundry, who ;c " q
is in this country on a. business trip. a
No definite action was taken, however , p
dlue to the factthttecmagfo
fo f nl s a a .E r H Q .K K NiI V o r , d r c o f teMusic, w ho has recently returne d1 1113 b . U niv ersity A v e'
from an eight month's tour of Eu- AlpplrBou oeso ipa
lope, dunring w~hich he investigaited AlpplrBou oeso ipa
variions carillons in use in Bumropean .,--,
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C istribution of captured German war trophies is finally under way.
"'nimgton, Ill., is mounting the first gun to be apportioned to a city in
0.iblic square. It is a Krupp howitzer with a range of 15 miles. It
-u.tsed, against the forts of Leige.

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OF 1926
With Jack Buchanan, Beatrice Lillie, Gertrude
Lawrence and a Brilliant English Company

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