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SATUR~DAY, FEBRUA RY 23, 1,929

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7 CRUISERH BILL PASSES
FROM SENATE DEBATE
Parklands, Prohibition Dfcieicy
Bis Are Still Threatened; By
Filibustering Tactics
OPPOSE BUILDING PROGRAM
(Biy Associatedl Press)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.-Oppo-
nents of the cruiser construction
program have been beaten in their
efforts' to keep the naval appropri-
ation bill from being taken up by
the senate.
After voting Thursday to take up
the bill, the senate also reached
an agreement to restrict debate on
the measure after 3 p. in., today.,
This was taken to mean that the
'naval bill would pass and that
money provided in it to begin
work on five cruisers during this
' fiscal year, would be immediately
.available.
It was feared that opposition, to
the bill might xesult in a, filibuster
but two other threatened filibusters
* still remain to. be dealt with. Sen-
Sator Walsh of Montana, has ex-
pressed strong opposition to a pro-
vision in the iiiterior. department
bill which would give the, secretary
of the interior the right to con-
demn privately owned lands in na-
tional parks.
Walsh proposed a compromise to
*provide that the secretary would be
prhbie from condemning any
private dwellings, hotels or prop-
erty used in the parks by religious
organizations. The senate accept-
ed; this, but the house had decided
to ask another conference with
'the senate on the section relatingJ
to the condemnation of lands. 3
Senator Glass of Virginia, alsol
lias given notice of his disapproval
'of the elimination from the second
deficiency !bill of the $24,000,000
.for prohibition enforcement pro-,
~vided in the now defunct first de-9
4lcicency bill and some interpretedf
~his language as meaning that he
:might use filibustering tactics.
SBefore the agreement to limit,
debate on' the naval appropriation
;bill was reached, Senator Hale of
4Maine, a sponsor of. the cruiser
,construction program, made a con-
~cession to the opposition when he
said that he would amend the billC
'Ito provide only $200,000 for workk
,on the cruisers during this fiscalr
:year.v
CIICAGO 0, Feb. 21.-(AP)- -
Loyola University's basketball team, s
'undefeated in 15 games this sea- t
son, has issued a* challenige to
-Fordhamn University of New York f
'for a "championship series." Ford-
sham has won 16 straight victories."r

'New York Tube Train Fire Causes Panic S Suggest Ex-Solicitor 1EIGHTEE N MEMBERS F FACULTY
Among Crowded Passengers In Rush Hour; REFL ETINS For Cabinet Position' TO ATTEND NATIONAL CONVENTION
"~ _______ Eighteen membrs of the Faculty ,association Memibers of Fke lit s-
I trier session of the School of Education will at-mr slofautwhcmern.
AtWh all of the Kiunsky theaters in ' ten the National Education Asso-r other institutions are to be gusts
Detroit the following message is i to~Civito 1il st eat this breakfast, also.
(lashedl on the screen at very pr- elFerury ea.i:::nonwil ten r'
per :, srme:"Pesemanai"slncheld 5 0 enay 24-28 inCleveland,,. sie over a meeting of th National
~:Vthroughtout the show. Ifyoar Ohio. At this meeting more than association of the officers of l-
..bothered by any noise or confusion . 1,00 e and women connected g 1o n a l Stanldardizing agencies.
inform a ushegi"strart JIra M. Smith will speak
"nom nuse. with educational pursuits from all on the program of this session.
IThat's a great idea. But to en- ,over the country arc expected to Ohrwoaespkignp-
foc(uharglaini hsfi be present, rams are Dr. George Myes, Prof.
towinewould equirte atcorsoU . Those going from the faculty of C. 0. Davis, Prof. Arthur B. Mohl'-
Marnesineac thatr. ithe School of Education are: man, Prof. George Jackson, and
However, if you are ever moved c:-&~~ .~osn eno u colPof. Francis Curtis.
Sto migrate to thc fourth largest *~'*~-.'fEuain rf rhrB
city for a day or so and wish to tv
witnes a prformnce were te * Moehlman, Prof. C. . Davis, Prof. i Presiden Of er
audience expresses its approval or ( S" A. Couirtis, Prof. G. C. K£yte, Prof.1 Denties Settlement
dapproval of the performers in a; .C S. Berry, Prof. George L. Jack-
civilized manner by handclappingj (By Assocated Pess)
osilence, you'll find several excel- ~ son, Prof. W. Clark TrOw, Prof LIMA, Peru, Feb. 22-residei
lent shows at your disposal. George Carrothers, and Dr. lather- eiaoPrin nitrve
A fellow by the nme of Al Jl- ine Greene. with the Associated Press, x-
snis tenanting the Adams for 11 Prof. Clifford Woody, Prof. H. Y. pressd surpris at dispatches from
thshrent rs ee n"h MvcClutskey, Prof. 0O. W. Stephenson. Santiago, Chile, reporting final set-
Singing Fool," which is proof !.... Prof. . I . Ryan, Prof. ltaleigh tlemcent of thc Tana-Arica bous-
Eenough, even in Detroit, of its~ Schorluing.Prof. George . ?yers, dary dispute between Peru and
worthiness. One of the best de- .*. Prof. Thomas Dlianotd, and Mrs. Chile and denied that this lon'g
t' ective films to date, "Alias Jimmy! -- {Helen Shambaugh.( pending problen already was sov-
Valentine," starring Bill Haines and The Michigan Alumni Assoiaton ed.
Lionel Barrymore, is at the State,; Stephen B. Davis, Jr. ;of Cleveland is giving a breakfast The president said he was un-
A ;while another outstanding al-i Former sohicWr for the United to all Michigan graduates attend- able to say if a plan sponso~ed by
tatlteMdIn.efrne i nve States department of commerceI ing the meeting on Tuesday, Feb. Alexander P. Moore, American am-
at th Madson.2, at the Statler hotel. Dean Ed- bassador to Peru, was acceptable
Smoke-smeaired and disheveled women passenger s being taken. In addition, you'll find glorified'1 wh has recently been mrentioned !ionson will preside at this meeting or practical for Peru.
by fir emen from a tunnel r unning beneat h the Hudlson river be- vaudeville and films at the Fox, for one of the two cabinet posts-IIIand there Will be two or three short
tween New Yok and Jerscy City N.J , after aifire lhadclstalledi a trainI Michigan, Capitol. and Fisher. secretary of commerce or attorney 'speeches, one of which will be byl Subscribe to the Michigan Daily.
-B. J. A. general. IT. Hawley Tapping, of the Alumni Only $2.50 for half year.
in t e t b , c ui g lg t o g u n rg t n d p se g r ostam pede. M any were injured. A regular Jersey City bound subway ![
train, it vas packed with rush hour riders. j -
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j~veo£ ruLF~A .L e n ,i aI "gin Date[
To Obtain Shantung From Nationalist s
fl soc iacd Prss) E when 3,000 soldiers of nor thern
SHANGHAI, Feb. 22.-The initial. origin at the garrison at Lungkow
battle of the military campaign by revolted. The revolt apparently
which rebellious elements hope to spread and their forces were aug-I
wres th prie pbvine o Sha- mnte.
wres th prze rovnce f San-mztedInjection of two of the most not-
tung from Nationalist China began 'able figures in China complicatedt
this morning, !the situation and gave it a much
Fifteen miles west -of Chefoo,, more serious aspect than was at
important northeastern Shantung first apparent. One of these was!
city, loyal Nationalist*troops fought Gen. Feng Yu-Hsiang, known as
with forces recruited from the re-i "the Christian general," who is re-I
volting garrison at Lungkow andI ported massing 30,000 troops on the
other points, western Shantung frontier. Re-i
Gunfire could be heard plainly ini ports said Feng intended breaking
Chefoo, and before noon wounded with the Nationalist government at'
began arriving in the city. gThe' Nanking and declaring for an in-I
result of the battle was in doubt. I dependent zone in Shantung. kl
Meanwhile aggressive measures! The other figure was Chang
were being taken to strengthen' Tsung-Chang, former war lord ofl
defenses of the city, with addition- ;Shantung, who though defeated,:
al arms and troops arriving. Nine- has never been captured by the
ty thousand bags of flour were; Nationalists. He had escaped to;
commandeered; in Chefoo as1ation Liaotung, Japanese territory, butl
or the defenders. is said to have left Dairn, Liao-'
The' battle brings to a head a tung, Wednesday, and landed later,
mnovement begun two weeks ago I on the Shantung coast.

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