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Cosmopolitan Club Will Construct New
Dormitory For Housing Foreign Students

GERMAN WEATHER CAUSES GAS Five Alumni Clinch Election To Benc


SU- IN E U UL Lt~1 U Project Creation Of International the supervision of Homer H. Graf-
Center Through Purchase Iton, general secretary, has furnish-
Of Lane Hall ed the working details of the plan
for the dormitory. This survey in-
Plans are now being made by the cludes a summary of the answers,
Cosmopolitan club for a project toI of 116 men students from other
DIVIDE MAJOR SUBJECTS INTO i build at Michigan a men's: inter- lands to a questionnaire sent out
DEFINITE PHASES OF j national dormitory and to pur- by Mr. Grafton in January, 1928,
WORLD PROBLEMS chase Lane hall and-maintain it as concerning the rooming situation
an International Center for men in Ann Arbor.
AGENDA NEARLY COMPLETE and women, according to a state- The general idea of establishing
ment made yesterday by Prof. J. an International House in Ann
A. C. Hildner, faculty adviser of the I Arbor has had the hearty approval
DisarmamentI R e c o g n iti.o nof Cosmopolitan club. The first funds of President Little, Mr. Grafton
Rusa annstiati f Mank for the realization of this project states. "It has also," he says,
dates Constitute Chief Work are to be derived from the pro- "been supported by President-
ceeds of the International Night Emeritus Hutchins, who was asso-
In place of the general topics program to be presented tomorrow Iciated with a small movement four
which were originally given to the night in Hill auditorium, Professor years ago to purchase a house for
various colleges and universities Hildnerestated,ehrsrago:t c B purposa slaoute res i
which' are participating' in the Te details of. the proposal for dent Burton was also interested: in
Moelnssebly ofdthereLeagAerofan international house, compar- improving the housing conditions!
Nations to be held here on April able in some respects to the Inter- for the foreign students of the
18, 19 and 20 by the Student nationaltHouse in New York City, University."Hm
Chrstin Asocatonspeifi su- nclude the erection of a dormritory Professor Hildner's remarks in
for men adjacent to, or near by, connection with the project were:;
assigned. Lane, hall, providing accommoda- "One of the crying needs *of the
The three general subjects, Dis- tions for.- 150 students- most of campus. is an International House
armament, The Recognition homuld be fregnbt somehch sall be enteroH
Russia, and the Investigation- of:wo ol efrinbtsm hc hl eoetecne f
American students. From the op- the activities of the students from
Mandates, which will form: the gaigpoi f h omtr te ad;i ilb
major portion of discussion at the eaigpoi ftedri~r te ad;i ilb place,
meeting have been divided rnpre funds would be derived for the where a practical experiment can,
specifically. On the Disarmament maintenance of Lane hall as an be made in world friendship. It is
question one delegation, will ;at- International Center. for this purpose that the proceeds}
ack and one defend each of the While the m ethod of obtaining of the entertainment tomorrow!
ollowing topics: Abolition of sub- funds for the erection of the dor- night will be set aside. I
mitory and the purchase of Lane "There are 43 nationalities on g
iiarine warfare, abolition of poi-
on gas, limitation of armies, uin- hall has not yet been completely the: campus, the total number of e
tation of navies, abolition of con- worked out, Professor Hildner es- foreign students being close to 300. t
cription of wealth and' man pow- timates that a half- million dollars The presence of these students at
r, abolition of aeroplane warfare, will be needed for the project. The the University is in itself an edu- c
,nd freedom of the seas. proceeds from International Night cation, especially for those who o
S SwedishtheReas.r rwill constitute the first initial con- come in contact with the superiord
The resolution calling for an in- tribution of the Cosmopolitan club i students of other nations. The b
estigation of Mandates will be to the movement. International House will tend to (k
resented to the assembly by the A survey, prepared by the Stu- make this educational influencet
apporteur for the committee, who dent Christian association under more effective."
as been assigned to the delega-
ion from Sweden. This report Muy ;skens Describes m orac People
vill outline the salient features of C Im aortanCe
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March 18ZS',to- 2 3
25th Annual
A'Travesty on War and Women
Pces: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Send check and return envelope to
Miss Margaret Sibley
Germany. Over night the tem- = 1503 Washtenaw
iuge per'atuie rose to .apring-like degree
in and the m am m oth storage tankli lli l l ltlll1111 11ill
9 spontaneously- exploded.
pic- The tank held more than 36,000
ac- cubic meters of gas at the time of
s by the accident. This was immediate- A cre
sud- ly .released.
Damage to the surrounding
the country can be testified by the
the picture, which in addition shows;
for the huge circular foundation of
all the tank. I C


Demolished Buildings
Due to an explosion of a h
gas tank in Germany, were
evidence everywhere within
housand yards of the tankI
ured above. The explosion,
ording to investigation reports
ificials, was due entirely to a s
en climatic change.
The weather previous to
last had been bitterly cold,
md of. weather experienced
;he past three months over


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the mandate system, and it will be
up to the delegates to suggest
specific problems presented, , such
, s the introduction of mandates
in all -territories or protectorates.
in tropical Agrica, or the transfer
of Tanganyika (S. W. Africa) from
the Union of South Africa to Ger-
The question of the admission
of Russia to the League has been
divided into several sub-questions.
The present status of Russia in
regard, to other countries, the
present status of the Soviet gov-
ernment in Russia, the present
stand of the Soviet government of
foreign relations, the considera-
tion of commercial advantages to
be derived from recognition, and
the consideration of the prece-
dents already set by the League
as regards to the admittance of
new members are topics whichl
will constitute the main portion of
the discussion on this subject.
Aim At Perspective
In order to maintain as broad a
perspective as possible, the agen-
da committee has advised every
delegate to keep in mind all the
questions to be brought up at the
meeting, and not to concentrate
the entire attention on individual
topics. While the- skeleton of the
meeting is to be composed of pre-
arranged speeches, yet the real
life of the meeting will come from
the extemporaneous work from
the -floor of the assembly. Thu~s,
to derive the greatest possible re-
turn from the meeting, each del-
egate must have a working know-
ledge of the entire field.
The assembly is to be conducted)
so as to reproduce an actual meet-
'g of the League as nearly as
possible. It has for its purpose a
definite educational end for all
those visiting or participating in
the sessions. Aside from its value
in visualizing the League in action
it serves to illustrate the broader
idea that nations can solve their
problems by conference, rather
than by conflict.

Put In Power Of Vitamins As Cure-Als
___ SteakI
"Too many people place far too are really doing the same thing
much faith in the value of vita- that other people are doing.
,mins as a cure-all," said Prof. J. h"There is no food in green veg When you are
L H. Muyskens, of the phonetics de- tables," Professor Muyskens went
- partment, who has specialized in on, "The starch, proteins, and oils CS4
the study of biology for many i that are to be obtained from the! able only to -
1 years. "These minute portions fertilized seed of plants is valuable,
which constitute but one-millionth but the cellulose is absolutely in-kg
part of vegetable matter, are real, digestible in any animals but herb
but are generally considered far ivora, in which class man does not
too important as compared with fall.
the other 999,999 part's. "Since it is necessary to get life S C fl
"Vegetables asia class," Professor from life and since meat is a stageI
Muyskens continued, "have almost above vegetables in providing en- 'E. Huron Liberty at
negligible food value, other than ergy, it is much more sensible to:
providing mWere bulk. The vege- eat the latter kind of food. As far
-tarians believe that they are not as principle is involved, this is a -
killing life with feeling. Just re- ; matter of taste. If certain people
cently an Hindu biologist pointed wish to live without killing any- R e a d t h e C I;
' out that plants have conscious, in- I thing, they must stand in the sun
I telligent feeling' and the difference and draw their life from it, for
between them and animals is prac- j killing plants is but little different-

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