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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUFESD:AY, APRIL 19M 192?

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SI1~EDAN ILL8[Favored As Head Of REGISTRARS MAKE' P'ROTECT AMERICAN INTERIESTS
Washington School SMITH PEIET _____________
Ira M. Smith, University registrar,
SPEAKEB AT 8NOUUT' V'Bka jus etre from the annual]'

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of Collegiate Registrars, held in At-
lanta, GIa., of which organization hie
was elected nresident. Mr~. Smith's
election followedl active participation
in the direction of the association dur-
ing the past five years. F
Five registrars from educational in-
stitutions in Michigan attended the
annual meeting: Robert M. Magee, Jr.,
of Detroit Teachers' college, C. P.
Steimle, of Michigan State Normal
school, L. 0. Gant:, of Northern State!
noraml, John C. I-loekje, of Western
State normal ,and Registrar Smith.
The organization of which Mr. Smith
is president numbers more than 500
members.I
STARTS STUDY OF,
DIAZ GOVERNMENTl
( (By Assoc ited PIress)
'MANAGUA, Nicaragua, April1 -
H -enry L. Stimson, former American
secretary of war, today was ready to
begin his conferences with the object
of learning, as the personal repre-,I
sentnative of Presidlent Coolidge, the
true state of affairs in Nicaragua.
Mr. Stinson saidl he hoped to see
Adolfo Diaz today, b~ut hie emphasized
that little news would dlevelop at this
end aos all his observationls would be
reported direct to Washington

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A B d~NIS FIED ~as was maitainled inl the governm11ent'S
AHGU ENT 11[D N' Thefacts in th'is record over-
rwhelmingly establish that the Roper
EASSE S~[N ~ U I valuation of $9.459.34 was an extremle-
ly conservative valucation and that the
_ I commissioner had ample grounds upon
(By Asocited Pess)which, in the proper exercise of ad-
(By Asociatd Pres) ! nnstrative discretion, he mnight have
WASHINGTON, April 18-Another founld a value up to $12,:00 per share
step in the government's effort to col-, as of March 1, 1913," the petit ione r' ;
lect $30,000,000 inl additional taxes brief declaredl.
from former minority stockholders
was reached today when voluminous AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
briefs and argumnentr were filed with; -- -____

f hie hoard of tax appeals by the gov-
ermnent and by Senator Couzens, the
IDodlge heirs andl others who sold. out
Ito Henry lFord in 1919.
jCounsel for Senator Couzens and1
fthe other netitioners took issue withI
the government contention that the IN
$9 489.34 Roper valuation was gross-j
ly excessive. They also maintainedI
that Commissioner's Roper's action'
did not hind the government to the
use of that figure as basis for the
computing the gains of such stock-
holders as might sell their holdings,

An exclusive portrait-snap, made in Shanghai, China, showing, left to
right: J . V. A. Mac Murray, United States minister to China, Mrs. Mac-
Murray and E. S. Cunningham, U. S. consul-general at Shanghai.

SHUBERT- LAFAYETTE
DETROIT Now Plavin z
THlE NATIONAL PLAYERS
With Hianel Whitmore and Hrihert C Lark.
Avery Hopwood's Comedy
"N AUGHITY{'[IDERl~LA"
Popular Prices-New Policv
Nights. 25c to $t. Thur%. and Sa~t. Maits., ?"
to The. Sunday Mat., 25c and 501c.
Cass Theatre --- Detroit
Lafayette at Wayne Now Plaviing
T he Roaring, Romianltic Ielodirumm a
*TWELVE MILFS OUT"
By Wmt. Anthony Mcuire, Authoor
"Kid Boots" and " ,lx Cylinder loie"
ORIGINAL NEW YOR CAST
Bonstelle Playhouse
MISS I3ONSTFEhLE PLAYS
In George Kelly's Latest Suce 's
I"DAISY MA'YME"
By George Kelly, Author of "ri'
Wife" and "'TheL Show Off"
r,

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Stephen L. Miller

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4Educational director of the Amer-
ican Institute of Banking of New
York, who is being sought for the
pi4'esi(Iency of the University of Wash-
ington. Offered the position after the
ousting of Dr. Henry Suzzallo, he re-l
fused, but is again wanted.

School of Nursing#
of Yalea University
Xi Profession for the
College Woman
interested in the modern, scientific
agencies of social service.
The twenty-eight months course, pro-
viding an intensive and varied experi-
ence through the case study method,
leads to the degree of
BACHELOR OF NURSING.
Present student body includes gradu-
ates of leading colleges. Two or more
years of approved college work required
for admission. A few scholarships avail-
able for students with advanced quali-
fications.
The educational facilities of Yale Uni-
versity are open to qualified students.
For catalog and information address:
The Dean
The SCHOOL of NURSING of
YALE UNIVERSITY
NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT

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correctly ironed. The assurance that it gives
its wearer produces a feeling of complete
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Carbons and IRibbons (The Arelba Brand).

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