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I~lMCIA AL SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 192,

fl flfl I conferences and a. number of smaller
W v B 0 ro'UBLU~ICISJS round beofeeceoof which
-of thepoica science department.
II I I [~Professor Reeves' conference ~will dis-
TO MI T INci s the limitation of armaments.
lv EEamNnchas uopeais leformer wil
jAbNhas'oli lectuormers. Wills
Dr.(~niied Aiiuuice~Spet ki~ rt er of foreign affairs of Greece, and1
Six h S ss on I nsti ute'atthe p e e t i em inister toFrance.
P3rof. Albrecht Mendessohn-P$artholdly
RE V SIS ON PROGRAMI of tbk ' law school at Hamburg, who
EV~S was in 1915 a German delegate to the
peace conference at Versailles, is
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., March 26.; Schedleld to lecture on the "European
-Details of the program of the sixthi Situation."
annual session 'of. the Institute of
Politics, to take place here from ~ July _______________ ___
29 until Aug. 26, have recently been A U IE T R
announced: by Dr. Harry A. Gar field,_____
president' of 'Williams1;fcolg ad.Toda-Scee
chairman of the institute. There Ve will
be, according to the announcement; -rad-"o't ihSal '
many noted European statesmen m el and etRah
publicists, present, as well as a num- Nilad __rtRoch
ber of American experts on the pr ob- i Majestic - "The First Year." I
leso oiia cec.Ustldconditions in Europe resulting from ! Wuei'tl-"Comubat," with House
the refusal to give Germany a place " peter's.
in the League of Nations are expected ______
to "make this year's discussions timely Today-Stage
andi interesting.
Dr. Walter WV. McLaren, executive! Garrick (Detroit) -"What price f
secretary, has explainedl that, the In Glory."{
stitute will endeavor to discover all;1
the fundamental facts concerning the Bonstelle Playhouse ('Detroit-
Locarno treaties, disarmamentI iter- 1 "'Why Not?"I
national trade competition, the League f
and the World court, and all the im-;j New Detroit (Detroit) - "The
portant international issues of the # Best of Us," with Frances
dlay. Starr.I
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