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1r-IIAY T J ~ rA NrrARY 22, 1926na

BALCM II° ran cc's Ne~v Earoy And His Wife L 0WDEAT SAYS CONSERVATION OF ;needs as against a less futu tine,
Welcomed Into Offiial"Faily" SURPLUS CROPS IS NECESSAR Y surpus beyond Vat in the markets
of the world upon the motaan
T6199~uesDiSvig h i everya surplus is a good thing for to"The problem is how to attain this Y r~afgsI aig h
'\\\\N~~~ever one else, it should result in a The isrole rta h niila
GeorgeWeitzl, Geloss Ctormhim.Iffarmer cannot (10 this loe. 'If the
Aeo al Welil GenryAffaniriai htsm a ms i i~xee The nation should employ this producersofny arcmoit
Thts m a utb icvrdo a e sit-tI by which crop surplus °nay be con- abundance wisely and prudently. It iwere completely organized, it is coni-
H S sis ut trolled,.'in order to save the farmer; should hold sufficient for its own eivale that they might accomplish

fhs
hi vry enid. Their collective credit'
would' enable them to store and hold
sfor less~ bountiful years such surplus>
as prudence dictated. They wouid
then consider collectively the ino~t
profitable disposition in the worlds
fi~ irhotsof that' portion remaining."
Until farmers are adlequately or-
ga nized. the surplus problem should,
b;) SOlved by government aid, ex-Gov-
('eriior Lowdlen holds.

EXACT DATE UNDECIDED'
The personnel of the annual IMili-
tary Ball committees was ainnounced -,v
today by George C. Weitzel, 'i, g(';,-
eralchairman, together with a prig tw
liminary announe ment C onceri nmg
the dance itself. The exact dlate, aw, ~
yet undecided, will lbe anI1nounced wil'
in a. short time, the commitee. tates"
The following have been naihed on1.~ aHrtar
the committee as chairmnen: Assistant .
general chairman, E. F. Cardwell,
126E; Music, Victor Owen '26E; D)eco r.',"- ~;, ; ' ;::
Tations, George McBride, 27rEi:; Apipli-
cations and* Tickets,' John LovettR, ;
27E; Refreshments, 'Tyler WatsonA y.
'2;Porm n aosFe:Cron, '27E; Reception and Invit ations,
John W. Hickman, '27; IProvost Mlar- .
sheah, Walter Groff, '26. Captain iii
ip C. Pack, '18, of the 12ith Ifa ntry-va ae uliiycmitet
consist of First. Lieut. John Bradfield,
'18, of the military intelligence re-'
serve corps ; Second Lieut. fI Iarloxx
Trubbs, 125th Infantry, and SecondA
Lieut. Harry Glenn, '291), of the infan-
try reserve corps. Sell. Vict or Henri Berenger, newvl y namedi ambassadlor to the United
According to the plans of the music States from France, and Mine. Bereng er, but recently arrived in this coun-
committee, continuous dancing fr om 9 try, have been eagerly welcomed in to Washington official circles and so-
unti 2:0 o'loc wil beproxi id ty. The photo shows them since their arrival. M. Berenger succeeds
by three orchestras, both Waterman E'mile Daeschner'.
and Barbour gymnasiums being used.'

from ruin, is the belief of Frank, 0.
Lowden, -ex--governor of Illinocis,, and
frequently ilient ioned potential. can-
dilate of the corn and whleat belt for
the 1928' Republican presidential nom-
i nation.
"The nation that holds a crop sur-
llus to.. be conserved against leane~r
Years is the richer for havin~g it, In-
dustryc plan the better fo the.
future if it knows in advance that we'
shall have enough of food and raw.
Materials," contends ex-Governor Low-
dlen. "The farmer asks wvhy, if this
May Defer Arms
Committee Meet
IGENEVA, Jan. 21.-Officials of the
League, of Nations said today that
there are strong indications 'that the
first meeting of the League's pre-
paratory commission for a disarma-
ment conference will not be held until
March or April.
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IWuerth-"The Man In Blue,"
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IGarrick (Detroit)- "The KissI
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