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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1927

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UNIQUE CLUB HASa Parginent Lectures!
AIRPLANE FIELDOnFehCutm
(By Associated Press)____
DAYTON, JTan. 13.--Dayton, home of, Speaking under the auspices of l' eh
the airplane, has what is supposed to' Cercle Francais, Prof. 'A. S. Pargmeut
be the first flying club in the United of the French department, lectured
State, the members of which all fly: yesterday in Angell hail on " Queique:;
and which owns its own airplanes. Coutumes Francaises Aiennes cat
The Dayton Flying' club, incorporat- Modernes."
ed, was forined, Douglas~ A. Graham,a This was the second lecture oft tbo
president said, to stimulate interest in series, tickets for the remaining nun>-
commercial aviation and for the pleas-; bers of which may be obtained, from
ure of its members who are either, fly- 1 the secretary of the romance langna e
ers or students of aviation, department.

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PARIGANUNE
PARNSANUCDPlay in the annual bridge, chess and
~checker tournaments being held b'yE
the Union will begin today, with
matches this afternoon and evening.
Pairings for the first round were madeI
-yesterday and are now posted in the
main lobby of the Union, notice being
given the entries through the commit-
tee. Special arrangements for 1)lay-
ing off matches may be made by con-
ferrin~g with Dalton Walper, '29,
chairman of the committee in c'harge..
Further entries during the last two ~::
dcays have brought the size of the
tournaments up to the point where
they are -the largest that have ever
been conducted by the Union. Therej
are 140 teams entered in the bridge. That his su
tournament, 60%~ entries in /checkers, W. WV. Brandor
and 30 in' chess. Loving cups will be Governor-elecot
presented, to all the winners of the coming execiti
championship tournaments, while
runners-up will receive' bridge sets,
i.s will th~e winners of theC consola- Chinl~ese
tion tounrament which will be held1
for' bridge players. iRuled B

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J AP ELECTIONS
EXPECTED SOON
(By Associated Press)
TTOR 1, "Jan. 12.-Political parties
in Japan $are building the fences in
preparation for the greatest election
ever held in empire-an election
wherein more than 9,09'0,000 new vot-'
'ers will have the privilege of casting
their ballots for the first time under
the manhood suffrage law passed by
the Diet in 1924.
If the-..election takes place-and it
apparently is a forgone conclusion
thfat Premier Wakatsuki will dissolve
thie coming Diet for that purpose-it
iexpected to be preceded by an d~d-
f ashioned spellbinding campaign simi-
lar to those hick hav~ characterized
many American presidential contests.
Japanese party leaders are emulating
in numerous ways the American poli-
t.ical tactics.
The coalition is declared to have
tended, the Seiyouhonto demanding
vghat was considered too great a poll-'
tical price for its adherence 1 to the
K enseikai standards. Consequently,
there -i nothing for Wakatsuki to do
but decree a dissolution and go before
hie country.

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ce in China, Where man-! street cars. and waterworks upon theirI
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