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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUN T)AY, MARCH 27,, 192"

'UMMER MEETING OF
COMMITTEE POSSIBLEr
old 1leasure Slyivt ~ie Seae Bodies
Power 'To Act; Whei (iigress
19 -Not :111 SeSSIonk
DIFFICULTIES REMAIN
(By Associated Press)
WASHITNGTON, Mrch 26-The Sen-:
at~e foreign relations committee may!
function this simmer, after all, inves-
tigating the Mexican. Nicaraguan, and
perhaps, Chinese situations.
Senators delving into the volumes
of Senate rules have come acrossE
al almost forgotten resolution adopt-
ed in 1921, providing that the regular
standing committees "shall continue
and have power to act until their su-
cessors are appointed."
On the basis of this authority, Chair
man Borah, who unsuccessfully sought
at the last session to-obtain authority
for the committee to go to Mexico
and Central America, is expected to,
Issue an early call for the meeting
of the committee with a view to au-
thorizing a sub-committee to act. With
the retirement of Senators Peppe,
Republican, Pennsylvania, and Len -
root, Republican, Wisconsin, those
favoring inquiries into the Mexican
andl Nicaraguan situations will be in
control. Whether a majority of the
comimittee would come to Washington
in response to a call is an open ques-
tion.
'rhere also is doubt as to whether the
committee could obtain funds to pay
traveling and other expenses since all
vouchers would have to be approvedt
by Chairman Keyes, of the Senate au-
dit committee, who already has decln-
ed to approve expenses of the Senate
cam paign funds committee.
There is a difference in the status
of the two committees, however, the
one being a_ standing committee adi
the other'an especially appointed on
to perform a specific purpose, the in-
vestigal ion of senatorial primaries
and elections held last year.
Just before the Congress adjourned
Chairman Bora, offered a resolution
proposing that his committee hold in
vestigations into the Mexican and Nic
araguan situations and to visit those
countries if it deemed that course ad-
visable.
This resolution failed to meet with
the full approval of the administra-
ion and, before the committee acted
upon it, several state department of-I
ficials appeared and gave additional
in formation regarding tthe administra-
tion's course In Central America. Ad-.
ministration senators then had the
resolution so amended as to requireII
the committee when sittng during the
recess to remain within the continen-
tal United States. The measure in this
form was reported favorably to the1
Senate, but like many other pieces of
legislation failed in a filibuster of
the closing days of the session.
WILL DISPLAY OILI
CAN AT GRAHAM'S1

CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME IN
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RES RV F R71 AX fl which he has a ri-a ugecd the third and;
R E S ' i1J~i LJ fourth rmovemern ts.. Leonard Falcone
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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, wvill find the
PACKARD RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Under new management, and everything else new.
703 PACKARD

Mii'ans to Apipeatr Under Direction g
Of Falconie NWedlesday
tgi
Members of the Reserve band, di-
reQctedl by Nicholas 1D. Falconie, will
present their annual concert. program ;
at 8 o'clock Wednesday in Hill audi-
frium, setting a pr'ecedent in that it'
will be the first concert of a Reserve
band to be given in 1-ill auditorium.
The occasion will be a memorial to
Ludwig von Beethoven, whose death
E10years ago, is being, remembered
this month by musical organizations;
all over the country.
Besides marches and overtures!
there will be specialty numbers, ILeon-
ardl Falcone, brother of the dir ector;
presenting a trombone solo and Frank
Ryan, soloist will give several Michi-
gan songs. Several of the numbhers
are the work of the director, especial-
ly the "M" Men March, which ha s
been dedicated to Robert A. Campbell,
treasurer of the University and
"Suite, L'Arlestenne number 2" for j
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Ann Arbor, Michi.
Announces a Free Lecture on
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
by
Judge Frederick C. 1H111, C. S.
of C'lintoni, Illinois
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of the Mother Church, the First
Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Mass.
at
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE
oday Evening, March 2S, 1427

gau last fall, anad will fi nish theirl
rear's works Wit'h its presentation. The
concert wvill b open to the studenft
body and1( the general p~ublic.

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htad ait i ore fascillat IJlig role
t han as the roanittic girl ii-lho
,wouldn't, wait to fall ill love.
Site leaps straight ito the maost
hilarious anad refreshlutg series
ofI adlventutres of the heart
you've ever 'roared .It.
Never it(11111 momnt, d in this
gaiy sllcceSsor to "Upstage,
"The Walln g Sex" a ;id "II is
Secretar:

Washington's most beautiful flower snectacle ,the Japanese cherry blos-
soms in Potomac Park have come to bloom.

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PENN STATE-Jean Goldkette and LAFAYETTIE. -
Jan Garber have been engaged for have taken over
the Junior prom.j church.

Fifty-six students
a non-sectarian

At 8:00 O'clock P. M.

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The, oilcan, annually awarded to aI
tit-; minent faculty member of the Uni-
'versity, at the Gridiron Knight's ban-
quet, will be on display all this weekI
in the show window of Graham's book1
store on State street. The oilcan is
now in the possession of PresIuein
Clarence Cook Little, who has hadj
possession of the "trophy" during the
past year.
Previous holders are Prof. 0. J.
Campbell of the English dlepartmenlt,
Prof'. Thomas H-. Reed of the political
science department, and P-rof. W. D.
Hlenderson of the University Exten-
slon division. President Little will
make the presentation of the "award"I
as the final event of the Gridiron
Knight's banquet, Ainril r in the Un-'
ion.
Tt was urged yesterday by Wilton
Simpson, '27, general chairman, that,
aicceptances b~e mailed as soon as pos-j
sibfle ats one third ar~e already in andl
the attendance wxill he kept to 250.
TURKS MAY1 IJVEVCT.
(By Associated Tress)
CONSTANTINOPLE, March 26-A
campaign for votes for women was
launched today. The Stamboul Wo-
men's club formulated demands for.
the franchise of women at a turblent'
meeting in which the noted feminist,
Mine. Negihe Mouhie Edbine Hanoum,
played a prominent part.

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