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SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1926

THE MTI-CHIANfDAILY

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WORILD PROBLEMS,
COFRECE TOPIC
Students Representing 32 Nations To
Take Part In Meetings
Next Week
FRAYER TO OPEN PARLEYl

Michigan's first International Con-
ference on World problems will take
place Friday and Saturday March 25-
26. Of the 32 nations of the world
represented in the Michigan student
body, a large proportion will have
delegates in attendance. The meetings
will take form of a world tribunal,
each of the nations presenting its
4rievances which will be considered
-y the group.s
The conference is to be opened Fri-
day afternoon at Lane hall auditorium,
Prof. W. H. Frayer of the history de-
partment will speak on "The World
Since the War." The program for the
neetingsawill be outlined at the same
session. The attempt will be made to
k eep the discussion on a practical j
basis.
Following the opening general ses-
sion, the national groups will assem-
$We to dlecde on the problems they
tish discussed. Each group will be
represented through a spokesman at
tkie general assembly, following the
r ports of the findings of the meeting
te questions will be opened to gen-
e al debate.
.:In order that the series may be edu-
(ational as well as social a list of
pssible topics will be published be-
re the opening of the series. Some
of the topics that are almost sure to
arise are the "American Exclusion
Pplicy," "Extra-territoriality of China"
,nd the "English-Indian Controversy."
'hese topics will not be discussed
fnom purely national viewpoints, but
iNm political, social and economic
,'ngles. Delegates will attend such
groups as interest them so that a stu-
nt interested in one phase of a sub-
j t will attend that and only that
ileeting. These groups will be attend-
d by members of the faculty and
oer specialists who will speak only
when asked points of information.
Invitations are being sent out to
ery student organization, as well as
i students specializing in interna-
t ~nal law, sociology, economics, and
litical science. All students of the
diversity are eligible and will be al-
ldwed to participate in the sessions,
inrbers of the faculty and towns-
ople are invited to attend as spec-
t ors.
uelve Students
Will Make Cruise
Twelve University students signified

He Saved Austria IHistorians Edit
Florida Records
Records of two Florida plantations,
showing their development economi-
cally and socially before and after
the Civil war, have recently been
r edited by Prof. Ulrich B. Phillips and
J. D. Glunt, of the history department.
The documents have gone to the press,
and are to be published by the Mis-
souri historical society, which provid-
ed most of the source material. The
remainder of the material was found
* by Mr. Glunt.
Therecords indicate the conditions
prevailing on the plantations at dif-
ferent periods, demonstrating the ef-
fects of slavery and of its abolish-
ment.
State Given House
Mgr. Ignatz Seipel, priest, who asISeat 100 Years Ago
chancellor saved Austria from chaos-
is preparing to make a lecture tourf WASHINGTON, March 20. - One
of the United States.He is the only Ihundred years ago today the House
Elections committee voted to seat Aus-
priest to head a government in mod- tin Ewing as delegate from the Ter-
ern times. ritory of Michigan.

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nding to make the trip will take
ich together every two' weeks from
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