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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRAYER TO-OPEN FIRST Explosion e
INTERNATIONAL MEETING, ia

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Prof, William A. Frayer, of the his-
tory department, will officially open
Michigan's first International confer-
ence at 7:30 o'clock Friday night in
Lane hall. He will speak on the
"'World Since the 'War," surveying and
sumnmarizing the worldh situation as it
appears through the eyes of the his-
torian, and showing the relationships
govcrning the present international
entanglemients.
~The concurrence is the first of. its
kinid attempted at Michigan, according
to 1Luis Bustamenute, '26, general chair-
iin, and the plan to be followed is
similar to that of the Hague Tribunal.
Any student may attend and will ac'ta ee ae o h ai n le rp e
sents. On Saturdaivmorning, follow-
ing the opening' address, the national
embassies will (determine their prob-
lems and policies which will be pre-
sented at the following general ses-
sion. At this session, where the;
tables are to be arranged in "peace
confierence" fashion the rep~orts will
be supplemented by general discus-j
sion. In the afternoon, delegates will.
reassemble in groups to discuss the
problems. The 'flndiiigs of these groups
will be presented by a spokesman atj
the following general session.
ROME. -Thel capital of foreign
stock companies in operation in Italy,
it. is officially anlno~unced, has increas-

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tank exnloded and .took fire. The roof
of the tank was catapulted some dist-
ance away, wrecking rt building.
ed since 1913 by 103,000,000 lire, the
lresent total being 691,160,398 lire, or
about $27,784,650 at the present ex-
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The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
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think so too, let's get together.
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every rule-sap she broke themn all! She drove her parents
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