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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1 24

GENRAL AND MRS. DAWES RETURN
JAPNTNNUNESGE ERIAFRSOTVCTO
AMERICA FiQ~~r.SOT.AATO
HERMAY CUTI
PLAN ACCEPAC

WOLVERHINES rC
TEST IN OWU T"LT

SSceenReflections

RCharles Sink Named
MemoialCommittee

Government Willing to
act With Great fPitain
to Actual Carley.

Trans.
Prior

WILL ATTEND CONGRWESS
Conference Work to Sppe=
ment Washington Treaty if
Satisfactory
(By. Associated krsl
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 - ull
support of president Hoover's an-
nounced policy of naval reduction,
as contrasted with limitation, was
expressed by Japan in accepting
,h British invitation to the five--
:ower conference to be held at
London in January.
" The Japanese note of acceptance
was transmitted to Secretary Stim-
son by the British foreign office
aed-a copy was delivered by Am--
bassador Debuchi here The text
was made public today by the state
department.
In addition, the Japanese goven-
ment expressed complete willing-
ness to engage in negotiations with
Great Britain prior to the confer-
enfe in order to facilitate the work
of the parley itself. The Japanese
attitude toward the provisional
agreement between the Washing-
tonand London governments, the
note said, will be communicated to
the British foreign office in the
course of the discussions to precede
the January conference.
-The text of the note was in part
as follows:
"11. I have the honor to acknow-
ledge the receipt of your note dated
Oct. 7, informing me of a provision-
and informal agreement reached
between the prime minister and the
American ambassador in London
on the subject of naval disarma-
menit to participate in a confer-
ence which it is proposed to sum-
mon in London, to consider the cat-
egories of ships not covered by the
Washington treaty, and to arrange
for and deal with the questions
covered by the second paragraph
of article 21 of that treaty.
"2. Having laid before my gov-
ernment the contents of your note
under acknowledgement, I am de-
sred to state in reply that the Jap-
anese, government are happy to
signify their entire concurrence in
the ;desirability of the proposed
conference, and are ready to 'ap-
point representatives to take part
in that conference
"3. The Japanese government is
further gratified to know of the
willingness of the :British govern-
ment to continue informal con-
versations with me, as hitherto, on
many points which may require
elucidation. They note that similar
discussions conducted in Lonrdon
by the prime minister with te
American ambassador durin the
last three months had cleared the
ground for an agreement on es-
sential points between the British
and :American governments, prior-
to the invitation extended to other
naval powers to meet in a confer-
ence
A% .WIT OES
TINAUGURATO
Prof. A. E. White, of the depart-
met of engineering research, was
the University's official represen-
tative at the inauguration of Dr.
Clarence Augustus Barbour as
President of Brown university, at
Providence, yesterday afternoon.
Professor White is an alumus of
Brown,
More than two hundred college'
and universities were represented
at the inauguration exercises which
began last Wednesday, and con--
cluded with the inauguration. din-
ner' last night
The list of speakers included
Presidents A. Lawrence Lowell of
Harvard,. James B. Angell of Yale;
Livingston.-Farrand of Cornell;
Frank Parker Day of Union College;
Dr. Alfred E. Stearns of Andover;
Colonel Noble Brandon Juda, for-

mer ambassador to Cuba; and
John D. Rockefeller, Jr.
Dr. Barbour received his Bach--
elor's degree from Brown, in 1888,
was .ordained a Baptist minister in
1891, and has been President of the
Rochester Theological Seminary,
Rochester, N~lew York since 1915.
PORTLAND, ORE.-Larry Wood~-
all,, formerly of the Detroit Tigers,
has signed, a contract to manage
the Portland team of the Pacific
Coast League.
iOKIO, JAPAN.--Thee French
tennis aces, Henri Cochet and
Jacques Brugnon, were defeated by
the Japanese stars, Harada and
Sat at Waseda University, japan.

_The M ,arines Are At it Again! make a big hit on the Michigan ' --
(Coninud fom Pge ng) Victor McLaglen and Edmund I vaudeville stage here last year. Hfis w0at(oS-ntor Charles A. Sink
'Cniudfo ae~Lowe, Sergeants Flagg and Quirt of ludicrous antics provoke manxy a h;:ee tilfied oft is a ppoint
Horn will take care of one half- "What Price Glory" lame, have re- laugh from even* the hard-boiled lmeni,!t b1y LetGv ue )
back position, while Arden McCon- turned to the Majestic for a week's die-hard silent movie fan,.ikno son ftesnt
Hell is due to start at the other run in "'['he Cock Eyed World," the; The scenes are laid in Ii .ii,'members oflihe Edwin, Denby Me,--
record breaking Fox picture of the New York and South America. iflorlal ('0iilfliiH, crea~Vted a:t lthe
half Th later illpunt101theyear. The arines present a new, Each. time both boys fall fort- he las t C5011th leiaurfr
Buckeyes, a task which he lperfor - i leofl the older rlife, and, with same "frail" and trouble c(r,< rLWr,,the prOW e 11retig):;itbl
ed capably against Towa 'Niu . ilyDan10a who by the way has Each time they are de ser ted tinii memoia:l frtefre rmnn
yadaeaebnp vdqieaLit, inice her ap-' favor of a third, and at 1ai.,;t t'eetihiti t i'/A'11 awho s~leved :s
yard verae.. iii "Te Bridge of SaniSouth America, aving decided the ireribler oft thelegitrslatlure, cn
Dept h atta i t''1 usfe, l noubtedly panic awihole world is cock-eyed., -au gesa from 7the rstcnrs
only 165 pounds, Stew Jiolcomb Sj il- many a studi,: nt audience. The1 Walsh tried to inject a little p athois sionldistrict, . w ertVro
e ther sophomore sensation, is beer- -tfourth memb r Of the tearn is El into the picture with a thenie .song h ay
fomigatfllak o teBakBrendel, th)e hw'de Marine, Who by Bobby Burns, but it fails to rg 1'I;, other :s,-:atir ' ,:I)ienihers othe)c
eyes. He drilled throaigh ilowa sj was couw of 1.he few comedian,- to ister.v The other song heis by Damincormiss ionis eatrCeorge M.'
liin for considerable yraelstI-- -- t n he60mrnehwvrC tI eriIi r I~nsini
week, so the Wolverine_ l )o rtr ;- y are excellent pieces ont if hiuoiipa 1of1 s' niesthe
May be in for a busy day. FIwo INew 1Si-tIIGtor, 5show.[ron: fic I ousc: iitI Iv,,) to i thle
Considerable contrast is offered n - SB. C=, Jr. sena<te.

in the rival backfields. Tn. Buck

1~ t~~t Ii JJUpat liJciIll

4 eyes are light, fast:,, and dfeceptive, ____
while the Wolverines will ave-rage1 Two view cristuctors, Frederickl
(Close to )190 pounds, one of thie WV ie ,,an ide Mj
I heaviest quartets to reltre! ell t tt' re i-ctsf acit ditioiies to the faculity
Maize and Blurein a decade. o;1 the Latin deprartmrent.
Ohio State is expected to tritploay Seiaefet-, ash le fcrnt instruxctingj
a short aerial attack against, Mich- in the .,t}.t in dcep artynen t., is also
igan, a department in wflli: they teaching , v c ourSe, in elementaryj
arc adept. The Buckeyes corn-!Greek, sinc leaving Williams col-
pleted five out of 12 passes argainst, legs from-r which lhe graduated, he
SIowa for a total or 53 yards. These ~pent a el-sudying in Athens!
ideceptive passes may prove a great a s a memiber of the American
asset, when the Ohioans neced a few SelhooJ of Ct~i Studies, Schaefer
yards :for first down:. received hif:, M; A. degree from Yale.,

Eulniest
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Associated Pres-s Phloto
The American arnbas-sador at St. James and Mrs. Dawes land inI
New York city concluding their t rip homeward. This is the first oc--
casion that Ambassador Dawes h as been back to America since hip;
appointment to the embassy post at; London.j
transportation Companies Must Cooperate
to Obtain Effective' Results, SaysSadler
"In the future, various types of electrical.
transportation companies must co- D ean Sadler mentioned that in
operate if the most effective results( the past the tendency has been forj
are to be obtained," said Dean Sad- each department of transportation
1er, of the engineering college, Mon.- t osdrol t w rbes
day, while discussing a report made tinr h ohrfrso
by a special committee that hasI and toigoeheterfmsf
been appoynted to consider the pos- 'transportation. The more modern:
sibihity of forming the transporta- view, he says, considers transporta-
tion courses of one engineering col- tion as a unit in itself, and ever
leeitoaspaaeunit. 'now we are witnessing co-operation
The committee has made its pre-bewnbulisarpnecm
liminary report, according to Dean panries, and railroads.
Sadler, and it found that Michigan -
is prepared to take such a step, due GAINSVILLE, FLA.---University
to the fact that courses are offer- ! of Florida's 1928 football team roll-
ed in all of the departments of ( ed up the highest total score last
transportation such as aeronauti- year, finishing up the season with
cal,, marine, highway, railroad, and 336 points.

SAX
Has all

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Ainn Aibor Srel1 hund- ott xMs~t Meet
THE -YSTEiOU
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From the
stage-hit by
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Lardner
and
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ing to [lmner, lhe's tL,1w gtAf tii}' hlit
ever hit this town--and he proves:i t ! j.!g
for yourself-SEE anid HEAR iog L.:rd-
Hiex's gay bragg art with the.hm-f1od
The smtart-cracking comedy- ront iicei r-
t~' Yost Know Me," Al !" seriv'i.
----On the Stage-.
ROGER IMHOFF.1
MARC LLE CORLENE &434COMPANY
In their Famous Conedy
"IN A PEST H-OUSE"

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