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'!flYUhSA'Y, JANUARY -10, 1921

.THF .MIC-HIGAN

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I -ARHBOR INCLUDEDQuesinMark Refuels Aned Makes RepairxsWhileIn Air
TOOR F AFICANDuring Successf ul ttempt To Set New Endurance Record
VERSITYSTUDENTS
AND WOMEN FROM SOUTH
AFRICA NOW SEEING
UNITED STATES
S A E E NE DAY _:;::::..:::___;;:.::.:__
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SLOSSO N

SPEAKS ON

Three exhibitions Of Paintins And Wood.
Cuts.To Re Given In Alumni Memorial Hall

TO

Groin Sent iHere 1'o, Stuy rmaces
Of American University, HomeIc
And Civic Lifej
Forty students, including 26
women and 14 men who are now
in attendance at various univer-
sities in South Africa, will tour the
United States during the month of
January. They have been invited
to this country by the National.

Student Federation of America,
and will be the first group from
that part of the world to be off-
cially received by the American
Student union. This party will
arrive in Ann Arbor on January
19, for a one-day visit.
The party, which arrived in New
York on January 5, will ,remain
there to visit the city until Jan-
uary 11 at which time they will be-
gin their tour of the country, stop-
ping a short time at Washington,
Chicago, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Buf-
falo, Montreal, Toronto, and Bos-
ton-,returning to New York for a
second five day period before sail-
ing on the "Cedric" oi February 2.
Will Visit Mouses
While in Anl Arbor for the one
day the studets will be enter-
tained for luncheon at the various
fraternity and sorority houses.
Both the morning and afternoon
will be devoted to visiting points of
~trest on and about the campus.
Iinner in the evening will be at
the Union, where the African stu-
dents wil be the ,official guests of
the University., Prof. Joseph 11.
Hayden, of the political science
department, will at this time give
a talk on "The American Election
of 1928." Jennings McBride, '30,
will have charge of the entertain-
inet of the men students, while
Miss Helen Fellows will be in
charge of the hospitality to the
women.
The South African party includes
26 women, 14 men, and two chap-
erones. These young people are all
of French, English, and Dutch de-
scent, and represent seven colleges,
namely: Rhodes college at, Gra-
hamstown, Grey college at Bloem-
fontein, Natal University college at
Durban, Transvaal college at Pre-(
toria, the University of Stellen-
bosch, the University' of Cape,
Town, and te University of,
Johannesburg.
Represent Stuiident .:Bodies
'rihese students ar set on this
tour by the National Students
Union in South Africa, an organi-
zation similar to the N.S.F.A. in
this country. Its members now ii-
lude almost all the representative
national organizations of students
in Europe, America, and South
Africa. The Confederation aims to
pomote a spirit of good fellow-
ship and muttual understanding
amnong students all over the world.
One of tlie mans of achieving this
cnd is by thoexecange of groupls
of young mien and woen who are,
introduicedt to the life of another
country by the students of that
land.
rrhe puripose of the tour is to
introduce South African students
to the best of American college
and home life, and also to show
them some of the phases of the
industrial and civic life of the
United States Thee visitors are to
be a~cconiodatC( at Hotels, univer
si ty dormitories and private homes.
Receptions, dnners, an.td dances
have been planned for the group
as a whole and also for small par
ties of half a dozen students. In
this way the students will get a real
ins ighL.and acquaintance with
Americanas through perajen t
confltact. Sightseeing trips tbhrough
factories, stock yards, stores, news
paper lts universities, histor-
ical sites, iuseums, public build-
ins, theaters, aind concert halls are
scheduled.
Question Mark Crew
Showered With Bids
[.,OSi ANGELES, Jail. ').-nvita-
tions from practically all large
cities in the United States urging
the crew of the Question Mark to
visit[them) and bring; their famous
miiount were showred t'oday upon
the five *iriy flyers who ended1
their record-breiaking flight Mon-
(Ia yI

[VOPANDIFIULYProlessor BruiwM.I. D: onsonshown ini North11Gallery of AlulrnhIf
presidet of th Ann Aror ArtMemorial hall.
of ~hcAimtiror rt.In South Gallery will be oils,
assctinha1s imade ann 1ounce- mostly landscapes and a few por-
"Europe is divided .m.t so miuc eln!t of the association's next ex- triaits, by A. Maistro-Valerio, in-
into nations as into trouble zoehibiio hihwilpn ih, structor in darwing and painting.
or' problem areas," said Prof. fPres- cept~i w hechwev en fStray These will be the first large '5one-
ton W. Slosson, of the history cl anar 1. hre 1iMai " sowvings for these two local
partment, in an address delivere.d 111 r 11e "on1e-mn" I rists
yesterday afternoon bcfor5 mein-;soig will comprise the -exhiibit. South. Gallery will also. be used
bers of Il Circolo Italiano. Paintings, mostly water colors 'to exhibit ,a collection of approxi-
SThere are several of these prob- and black and whites, by Mary 0.1 ma tcly seventy color wood cuts by
Professor Slosson asser- ;Guist ave Baumann who is recogniz-
1cm areas, Jhsn intutri fehadeel as one of the leading masters In
ted, and in nearly every case the dvvn tteUiestwl b htfedo ok
trouble results from an attempt torwn tteUiestwilb htfedo ok
control a body of water with mlrany __________________________________________
good ports by one nation,..
"The problem on the Adriati' is
one between the Italians and We make tip Dance and Banquet Programs
Slays," Professor Slosson contini ed.
"many years ago Italian fishermxen Q f e-very descrilption>C
settled towns on the Eastern coast,
of the Adriatic, although the ir,' Try US for Party Decorations
terland population was Sla vie,. Ob1)_ y
viously it would have been "l< r iting DQ indig 4ng 1ravinlg
difficult toda oii~Ibonn-
darydline beween the ltlhinterland N e:t-Tlaty-Attractive
people who need egress to Viac, Card-Tally Cards-Store Padis
the coast and those living on the} Fine Stationery and Leathear Goods
coast who must have trade with
those in the interior. As a result!
the Aditcrgoa en(O- Tm M a~ ''"Pn n n
stantyz tcwarred ooer , 11W 'con-UII
IAt various historical periods, a pa
succession of powers assuml clconi- I I l . Vli i S., At~i Arbor PhIt'uax 451:5
trol of the Adriatic eastern coa~st,
according to the lecturer. The Ro -______________________________________
mans , Byzantinecs, Turks, H-aps-
burgs, Venesians, Napoleon, and
Austria Hungary. all took their
turn in governing this region."
"The Adriatic situation, with bothas nc. u ltr n hrdy
the Slays and Italians desiring ex- ihsSc$1$.0,2,250MTNE Friday
pansion into the region controlled lMa~hstts , - , ~e,,.I,$1-$. 50, $2 Fj 5TN and
bAustria Hungary, determined iODONCRAG'SSattd.
the position of Italy in the Word! Nights
I War," Professor Slosson dec'lared.;[s esq IF o heAtrca tg
"In fact, the condition among the 1 Florence R~eed,
Adriatic states at the beginning of
jtecentury is considered by manyy Hrdn
Ithe cause of the war." WlimFru
11t 1 tgdb OGA OSDirection--GEORGE C. TYLER
.~aPOPUAi M ilSARd bDMISLSONPRICES Ccty Ae ue of isThis teAuditor'ium
Service \V ith Indies Dire'ct from the Knicker-booker Theater, N. K.-100Q Performartcsa.

In its attempt to break the world's endurance record for airships the crew and mechanics of the plane
Question Mark were forced to make repairs and to refuel while roaring thousands of feet above Southern
California farms and cities. The giant Fokker army monoplane is here shown in midair. At the left
a ,mechanic changes spark plugs, standing on a cat-walk built from cock-pit to m otor. Major Carl Spatz,
flight commander, is shown in the center inset. At t~he rightis a 'view of the plane receiving a gas hoseI
lowered from another plane. A fresh supply of gas was poured into the endurance flight plane's tanks
by this method.

Officers Are Elected
By Anan Arbor Alumni~

MANY DELEGATES
ATTEND MEETING

Hose Sustains Beck's
Right ToMembership
WI) RINGTON, Jan. 9,_- By a
vote of 247 to 78, the house Tues-

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Meeting Tuesday afternoon in Representing 30 coun.tries o:f ilie
Alumni Memorial hall to elect new ;ol,200dlgtsatn
officers for the comning year, mei- w d ,0 ee~ e tcce h
bers of the University of Michi-( eighth quadrennial conference of11nAu iclboAnArrapth IteainlSudt.Cis4
pone ahnS otro ar ta oeetfedrcnl nton Hills as the new president of Liverpool, England. The koynot e
the organization, succeeding Oscar of the discussions was the "purpose
Eberback. The meeting was held of God in the life of the wor'ld to-.j
in the Alumni association rooms j day."
and was principally in the nature Morning sessions were devoted
of an organization meeting for tile largely to the cxarninationi of the
new governors. ! grounds of Christian assumptions
Suceeding Louis Ayers and Wal-; and to the problems of applied
her P. Staebler in the vice-presi-! Christianity as are today observed"
dency and seeretary-treasuryship, ini the life of countries like India
were Dr. Dean W. Myers and Paul and China, or in the industrial and
Wagner. A special committee was, commiercial dlevelopmnents nearert
appointed to further the project 1 home.I
of the club, the donation to the ! Christianity and thie individult<
University and Ann Arbor of a me-I was the chief concern of the af ter-. mra cmag.- onsesos

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dlay rejected a resolution to bar
James M. Beck, former solicitor
genieral of the United States, from
a seat as Republican representative
from, Pennsylvania.
The resolution, ordered by the
Democratic leader, Representative
Garrett of Tennessee, on the open-
ing day of the last session, was
swept aside by a vote that saw
more thani a score of Democrats
joining in time almost unanimous
chorus of Republican "Noes."
A moment later the house adopt-
ed an affirmative resolution giving
the Pennsylvanian a clear title toI
hiis..seat.

MIAMA, Fla., Jan. 9 --- The "IJav-
ana Air Limited," bearing 15 sacksj
of mail and four passengers, took
off for the Pan-American Airways l
Field at 8:07 a. m. today, marking
the first of four departires whichs
will formally inaugurate air and
passenger service to Havana, Porto!
Rico and Nassau.
Aboard the plane were Miss
Amelia Earhart, trans-Atlantic wo-
man flyer, Williamx P. Mc~r Icken.
assistant secretary of commce.for,
aeronautics; Jamnes Warneri Bellah,'
magazine writer, and Mrs. B'ellath.

®OV. GRFEN SAYS: It is v~ery
plecmsng to -know that Michi..
gun people are to have the
bcnc fit of dramatic talent of
the~ high order which compasses
this company. I f-eel suare that
patrons of the dramatic art
will welcome -the unusual op-
portunity presented to enjoy
this production of "Macbeth."
FRED W. GREEN.

MAYOR LODGE SAYS: The.
forthcoming production of
Shakespeare's "Mac&4th" at
the Masonic Auditorium is of
great civic importance, and. I
heartily recommend it to tre.
patronage' of the citizens of-
Detroit and urge that every
effort be made to insure theu
success of the engagement.

"*'Macbeth' has never bee~n staged with such striking and vari- '
OUR beauty."--New York Time.
"it was just such an entertainmient as most of us hop'md for, but
seldomn-i 't,."~. 0. Trapp, N Y. Eve. World.
Seat,; now at Print and Book Shop 521 E, Jeffersop,
I-1l481Lx4qu ire about special group, ratesi.

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