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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Si ND1AY, 'ERIZI-ATRY 20, 1912

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GLEE~ ~ ~ CLU WIL IVAHESTAREST ED FRA NCE MAY ARRANCE
CONCERT WITH MPA8,C S.TOBEGIN AYMENS

WillI Also Take P'art In Contiest To Ile-
termine Represeniv e Of
This District
MAY TAKE CONCERT TOUR
Announcement has been made of
a joint concert of the Varsity glee club
with the Michigan State College glee,
club, to be held March 1, in Lansing.
This event is the first of a series of
concerts to he held this semester.'
March 21 all members of the gice club
will entrain for Chicago, wrhere they
will participate with other clubs from
schools in the Middle West, to deter-'
mine the representative of this sectiona
to the national intercollegiate club
contest, which will be held in New!
York.
During the first part of April, a
home concert will be given, and there
are tentative plans for a concert tour
of the upper peninsula of the state,
during spring vacation. Last spring
the organization took a southern tripl,
and this year, if the trip is ,granted,
they will visit such cities as Saginaw,
Alpena, Sault Ste. Marie and Duluth,1
anfn some of the larger cities of'c
the lower peninsula on the return trip.
Student Expulsionsa
Arouse Controversy
In Minnesota Courts

E'rnest V. S terry
Editor of the "Christian inquirer,"
who is a self-acluowledg;ed atheist,
has been arrested at Toronto, Canada,
charged by the crown wvith "nutter-r
antpes blasphemous, indecent and pro-
fane libel.
FORE'IGNSTUENT
ARCHTETSWILL
STUD""Y IN AMERICA!

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OPINIONS ARE DIVIDED
(I'~v Assn ciatt-d 'rrstI
l AiltiSI (b. 1.At01bca:re-
foll.y avmodil groo!)t inuaof tle d,4)t
settleme-nt; question with VWasing-v
toni through d71 plomna1 ic (channtels,
Prem icr ' oiliccre is ii nderstoodt to
bie d isposo'd to beigo paytneltc5 to
the Unitdi States undler the schedule j
contained in the sctt icm nt.
The Premier, it is said, believed
the best means of conveying an is--
timat ion of tis intention to thle.
American- government was through
France's financital rep~resent ative ifi
t he United Statges, R obert. Lacour
(Gayet, rat her than through the more
formal (laun els of the foreig;]loffice:.
Thfrej(.., ~)any arrangemenlts 01: this
nature t o be made will be handled as
purely a treasury matter.
This explanation came today afterE
the foreign office had expressed sur-
pr'ise over a published report. that a
debt payment move was wnder wayl
and had (denied knowledge of any-
negotiations along that line.
The report, published by the Echo
de Paris, said Premier Poincare would'
ask that the Washington administra-1
tion-if he had not already (lone so-!
whether it was disposed to accept an1
arranugemnent for provisional payments
on France's debt to the United States.j
The paper declares that opinions
are divided as to Washignton's attI-
tulde towards the French offer, but it
believes that "despite the disappoint-
ment caused by the French govern--
menlt's refusal of t'hi invitation to a
naval disarmiament conference," Pres-
ident Coolidge and his cabinet will
end by accepting th~e arrangement
proposed by M. Poincare.
COMPANY EXPECT'S
NE W CONSUMEIRS I
More than 800 new consumers of0
electricity are expected to bie placed
on the lists 'of Detroit Edison company
customers diurinig 1927, in Ann Arbor
and vicinity. The company ('stiniates
that extending lines and installing
new meters will cause anl expense of
about $120,000 for this district alone.
1Overhead street lighting in this terni-
tory will add $25,000 to the expense.
Improvements to hydraulic planats
along the'lluron river, it, is estimated,
will cost the company $125,000.
jCARSON CITY.-For the first time
since the "16 to 1" silver days, Nevada
has placed virtually complete con-
trol a Republican state administra-
tiollt.

ISTA FF TRYOUTiS A N NOUNC ED
A second Ineet ing for t ho,'o
\vhn wish to itryout, forp The
rDaily editorial staff wrill be held
at 41o'cock Itomorrow vin thle
Press bhildi11mg.Any one«wishiOng
to t ryout for 0when;'gpitllici Mtis
is aisked to report any day neat
fweek.
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Feb). 9 A rig o a nnucmn
Following the expulsion of 36 stu- iiiade recently by a representative of
dents of the University of Minnes ota? the American Institute of Arts, a
for non-attendance at military drill, Igroup (of studlent architects from
action will be7 started this month in '; Czecho-Slot-al:ia -will visit the United
the state courts of Minnesota to (dc--Sae al nth pigt d
terinine the legality of compulsory i A e,,-nare iithie-sprgtotudyean
miliarydril ina sateunivrsiy.ploynixent will be obtained for them in
The object of the case will be to test the offic(es of American ar(chi t ects in
the validity of the university rufle re-vaiu parts of the country where
wuiring that a man enrolled in theaiu the students will he affordedl an oppor-
R. 0. T. C. be expelled from school tunity to stuidy rbesraigt
without refund of tuition in case he 1 l paerooulinfromatsmall
fails ot attend drills regularly. houses to steel-framed sky-sevauaers.
No attempt will be made to reinstate! As a result of desire for American
the expelled students by court actiton., training, 40 engine ari ag; st udenlts from
The students are backed in their of~- C'iecho-Slovakia will be placed in var-
forts by such organizations as the sifoas industrial plants throughout the
American Civil Liberties union, the u Tnited Stateas in order to acqiza mnt tIhe
national committee on militarism in foein ttideu(Is with Aniei'ican indus-
education ,and a recently formed state trial =end cngineering nmetliods.
committee of the same type.
ST. LOUIS. - Trans-Atlantic radio CHINESE CRUISE PLA~NNED
telephone service from London to -- _-
points in :Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma PlMans are under way to organize a
and. Arkansas was inaugurated form-1 floating university in (China to liring
ally today. o rver 500 st itdent s to v isit the univer-
sity students of this country. The trip
Vienna is as gay as ever. An av- is eng att e-ipt('(i by the aitternation-
erage of 60 entertainments paid lic- r1 C'ruis (cemiittee as a r, sult of an
ense fees every day last year. Amierican trip oSanhi st month.

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