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March 24, 1929 - Image 2

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Sir George Foster, premier of the.
province ,Of Ontario, Canada, will
be one of, the .principal speakers on
the program of the .Model =Assem-
bly of the League of Nations, which,
will ,be .held here in April, by: the
!Student Christian, association, it
was,- announced by the agenda
committee. Negotiations.,are being
miadc .at. the present .time for two1
or three more speakers of nationa~l
and international note.
More than= 23, colleges and junior
colleges from all sections of Mich-
igan are to take part in the model
assembly. Most of these colleges,
have -been assigned to discuss and
be prepared with detailed informa-
tion on various subdivisionsalof the
three principal topics which will be
dealt with in this assembly, name-
ly: mandates, disarmament, and
the admission of Russia. The rap-
porteurs w hich have been -appoint-
ed to these controversial subjects
are Kalamazoo, Ypsilanti and High-
land Park respectively.
In order that: the delegations may
have some information "on what to
expect here April ,18 ,and. 19,, 8r, re-
port of the model assembly, which
was held at Vassar college this year
will be forwarded to all of -the par-
ticipating colleges.
'This assembly is to be conducted
so as to reproduce as accurately as
possible. an Factual meeting of the
League of Nations. AlM of the dis-'
cmission will* be from the floor and
decisions will Abe Made by the 'unan-
imous vote of the members repre-
sentiiig the nations. . A'majority .of
more than half is'niecessary to pass
a decision, and all the' voting will
be done by rol call.

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uBog. Sunday Niilht, March 24; Matinees, Thurs. and Sat. SAUDAY aTIE :.0~2~
PRESIDENTIAL YACHT WILL 1Psltyey, Farewell,Loal,,Engagement-
GUSS.N RSISchwab & Mandel 2nd Big Week Beg. Sna, March 24
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TERM ACTION ECONOMICAL' -ofer kiprthe Last, 'ime Here .the Glorious Musial Romance GoCh sPresents
That - Trilld Detroit for Four Months Last Summer CYCLONIC M StLC M D
President Prefers To Spend Rest DretrifaC.oThtrewYkCty
Hours In Fishing Instead U-Hr10>GOLDE VOICE
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t arried her last party of' distin- ,=
guished .guests down the; Potomac.,LE AN E as "The Rcd
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the historic vessel decommissioned BERN RD RANIan
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warships. , The action also is ,.,*. , x:gj1«l......75c-$L50-$2.00-$2.50 and $3.00 s 3wt
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Comuade loke uonrLX~v~uma C- au 20WARINGS P N SY V NIN
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( Boone, medical officer; ofthArs costing the government, $300,000_""5 Y.
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President Hoover was recently an- tial recreation which has bJndoucdfarfr'methn1ye.,e i4
yacht came. into service' as ;thefa
SoitIoosDa outing craft of presidents -during ' _ ;a. ,., . ~"s .
SocietyHonorsDean 1the. administration of President' ..K.'
At ;Education Banquet Wlson, and before that time had
_____ ~been used on. several occasions by..'4.
Head Of Northwestern Liberal Presidents Roosevelt and-Taft; I
.Arts College Heads List .,President Hoover- feels 'that in
OSpaesview. of the needs of the navy for r
____ expansion and to further govern.s ern . s . . .. ,
Dean J. B. Edmonson, newly ap- mna cnmtemitnneFu avlu asSatn oa
poined ead f te Shoolofdu-of, the ship is nolonger-warranted.'Fu MavlsDysS rtn To y
poitedhea oftheSchol f Eu-New ships that are:-coming into.
Ication, and Mrs. Edmonson were the navy create a constant demand Another Splendid tiTCJASt ageill Show'
Ihonored Friday night at the an- ( for more men and decommission - .
Hual all-School of Education ban- ing of the yacht will leave, nine of-, . .1:.
quet sponsored by Phi. Delta Kap- mfiersand21metyofier,f30 es
Jpa, national honorary education] snmentd2s ainsfeo nwIA N A
ffraternity, which was held at the l Added :to these reasons is the A NU.
Union. fact that, although Mr. Hoover has
IDr., R. A. Kent, dean of the Lib- been an extensive traveler, he pre- SPIGIE'OL E
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University, the principal speaker wading a, quiet stream .with rod '" " 4 ° - Hft e e e i g o m n e n t e a d r e n a d i se d o ~ usw t
recent scientific movement in. the ing about the' waters.i the vici- I
education field. The. outstanding ity' of the capital.
characteristic of this movement,,.
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