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fUEYAVCTSSCHOOL CHILDREN of MEXICO PARADE AS PART CLRKDICUSE Norwegian Journals.Cl
REOUCEGOIBL RSIDEN T GIL'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST LANGUAGE SimlrtoAe<cn
H IO OLD G N 0According to Kildalk,
Mr. Arne Kild t, Sancinavin
f-AR wOLD PEACE Y Oberlin College Professor TalksSerty of the America-ai- i~
Rglto ofRaw Materialsj of Crret Series. Ifct~rse h
Regulaton of huse I a gretandin naviannes
Would Abolish hWar, Former I~~' 'ppr ~ lge elo mr
Shipig+eadBeees TELLS OF DEVELOPMENT Kc~ news in teir journals in his'
Addres ing a ° campus audience, way," given yesterday in te Nat-
ASKS INDUSTRIAL PEACE Prof. Edwin L. Clark, of Oberlin ural Science Auditoiuim. Mr. IK-
# Colege yeserda spoe on"Es dal will speak tomorrow to 'te st-
Proposal Made to International Clee etra pk n"s dents of Library Science.
Chmbr f om ere im peranto, the International Langu- "The reason," he said, "for the
Chambr ofCamterceAimsage," in the second lecture of a great affiiatio of Norwegian news-l
to Lmit Actiity.series aimed to interest university papers to American press syndicat-
large stdets in the possibilities of ate sth ag number of Sandi-
(Try Ass oiated Pes) uiestonguEse noessr CarkInsbltionans
CICAGO, Dec. 2. - Edward N. t a reiLAt hm
has taugwartmeEchprrantfothet Minnhas county. News of cniin nd
,Hureywarimecharma oftheI tI A Mst and Clarke universities. events in the Unitedl State is;
United States Shipping Board, said{thrfoeofgea ntrst o h
" ~ The Oberlin scholar pointed out teeoeo ra neett h
today that industrial leaders of the ~:7. itepeetpoieceo eaie fNreinimgants "
thatthprsn prmnneo who have come here from the Eur-
worl cold prmaentl ablishr<5Esperanto has come only after a opean peninsula.
warthrughconrolof he basc =long evolution in international Mr. Kildal began his speech with
raw altertM. GeorgusThnusof Mexican school children celebrated November 20, nineteenth anniversary of start of the aPolisahr ofng te.langagef, ftheop ietofindustrynandtespeially
In aelgiutoM G o fgesThuIMadero revolution with paadtes ordered by President Porter Gil as part of his anti-alcohol camaign.Here; irsftedrpansforheadtng u irs themechnmrieofNowy.
nis, ofBlim president ofte;re children of Ciudad Jaurez parading on Sixteenth of Setember street, where there are said to be more:vra'-oentoallnug h oyofhssec opie
International Hamberj' of Cor- ;aloons per block than any ocher street in the world. --_____ :_ some ancient language, or an e- a cntrs of American and Norwve-
mercc, Mr. Huly hasaketht-- _ -- tirely artificial language, before gan newspapers.
anr industrial peace proposal be Former Manager of Byrd Expedi ttion ,ssinlg !LOVELL, MOOREitin on the idea of composing a The first point of difference
placd upn te net aendaof « xj 9language from the best features of which he indicated was the lack of
plceiponhenetagna fSl pring, rondWorking in Omaha ; T h ''*sensational news in the pre's of
that boyfrcnsdrto. ,neL s+oudi m h
lic-sidVISIT INS ITU TE' snwxsn. a lcdo that country. Divorces and crimes
Mhrughunrlyfteplane tat(lyliceidesaid )they doubted that Brophy --the remarkable growth of Esperan- are not featured, but inthisea
thog cnrlofterw ae- OMAHA, Neb., Dec. 2-Richard had killed himself. Prof, Alfred II. Lovell and Prof. to since 1922. Professor Clark quot- areat m utofasretetrsand
lals, by an agreement between in-1 Gale Brophy, business manager for "I only wanted to rest;" Brophy! Arthur D. Moore, both of the elec- Iedc facts from a recent world philo - aErean ta unt bfysortnewskon
dustrial leaders, any belligerent na- 'the Byrd antarctic epedition, who? explained. 'My nerves were shat- tria niern eatet r logical survey, showing that Es-_______________
tion could be denied the necessary resigned suddenly in New ZealandI teed. I was tired, distraught, un- ,pat etbosaenwi s
products to wage wvar. ls pigadltrdsperd able to find relief from the pressure attending the district convention of in 4l countries, and that over 100i Detroit Theatres I
levig s peahthat seemed to hem me in. the American Institute of Electri- !periodicals in various countries are'
M erlsAeLtd.fo Ne Yoklaigadet "I have found ret i mhbt1bigpie nEprno h
These raw 'materials' were listed g J bt cal Engineers in Chiago this weekbengprntd n Epeano.Th
I nte ha benfoud liv, oringI m gin bck.I ustbeinsurvey also showed that EsperantoLA YE T
as iron ore, coal, rubber, mangan- i nthsbe on aie okn' mgin ak utbgn Today Professor Lovell will par-i is now beng agh n hs'on
onthe copy desk of the Omaha! where I left off that day at Coney "Journey'snthiscoEnd"
ese, nikl'lmnuptoem Island." ticipate in a special power plant i try at Columbia, Case, Vassar, San-: oreysE d
news " print, tungsten, chromium Bee-News. Brophy said he "bummed" his session wih an inspection of theI ford, Cleveland, and itinnesta li- Ngt:5ct25
andi mercury. The Bee-News said in a opy- way to Omaha. He started work for new State Line Generating Station. versities. Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
"I am'presonally acquainted with righted story today that Brophy's the Bee-News Sept. 25. It was the This .station has the largest ftrbo--_________ Tphon. Cat50c o$7.05
many of the industrial leaders who ,identity was learned from a pho-i news that Commander Byrd had: generators in the world, being 203,-1PhelosophyCaProfessors
could form such an' organization," j'tgahsoigh. nwt ~m flown over the South Pole and re-! 000 kilowatts in size. ________________r___es__ors_
Mr. togrlph shiwingIhuat withsCoed y turned successfully to his base tghat Piolessor Lovell will preside at Will Lecture in East
that they would judge this plan to imauder' Richard 1++ Byrd. Brophy,;resulted in "Mitchell's" identifica- a meeting Wednesday on reserh . ASS THEATER
be practicable if it were presented who had been working here as "C. ion as Brophy. The news editor, and development. At this sessioni Prof. D. I-. Parker and Prof. R "THiE FOUR MARX BROTHERS";
properly for their attention and, Manning Mitchell," admitted his seeking pictures of the explore r, Professor Moore will read a paper . Selars, of the philosophy d -; In the Musical irs
study; and I am certain that the: identity and left at once, for New, came on one showing him withi on "I-eat Radiation in Inter-Re-j partment, will leave for he East "ANIMAL, CRACKRS"
motives of these men are such that! York, saying he intended to J Brophy The resemblance between( flection Cases" in which new math-I the middle of this month to lecture.Nihs$.0t$40
haturally they are inclined to de- straighten out his affairs there. (Brophy and "Mitchell" was so ap- ematical theory is presented o- Professor Parker will go to New Thursday and Saturday
vote their-powers to the common( Brophy disappeared from New parent that the editor confronted ring generator design using deep York city, December 14, to speak _____________________________
good of mnkind Yor las Augut~ieving not to Mitchell" with the picture and slots for the wndig.a h erpltnMsuo
"The only real obstacle to the as- his wife, which said he was going "'Mitchell" admitted his identity. - art on the "Aesthetic Values in
soiation of such men in _a project I to Coney Island "and walks into the. Brophy was second in command DETROIT-The hockey season Sculpture." Professor Sellars will1
of- tis kind is their reluctance to waves until they cover me and then of the Byrd expedition at the time( for the Detroit Cougars opens next' attend a conference of religious THE
enter domestic political contro- wilbnomr"NeYrkp of his sudden and uepandrsThsay against the Boston I hinkers in New England colleges
versy.Wul ---__ gnation. He was in charge of the EBruins, holders of the Stanleyt Cuprat Boston; he will represent the
Byrd supply ship, Eleanor Bolling. emblematic of ell
Mr. l Promote Peace. ent state ,of technology and com-;Te hp tre akatrgetig hampionship. ol'shce view of humanism at the meet-
Mr Hurley' said he placed the mre opaeprsrigmc-To ie uiefomto r-H--.. _n. __________ E S j
proposal before the International mr. ,nopa__reevig ah-g0_iesoti- oraio-re
Chme f omre eas ery can be complete without some1 venting its further movement 1
thatbe bodywasomrgaietoexpres form of international control of ahead. Ie returned to Dunedin,!/A
thtbd a raie oxrs raw materials." N. Z., and resigned. j__

Jumping. News of the Royalty and
particularly the Crown Prince- re-
Celves a large amounl(tl of spalce in
hle papers there.-

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thne: views of business men upon
world affairs and to promote peacO.
Declaring that no nation in the
world Is'self-sustaining for modern
warfare, Mr. Htwley cited that "as
all steel men know, at one critical
Period in the world war, the United
States% had only a three weeks' u-
pply of Manganese ore. If the four
ships carrying supplies of this ore
from. Brazil had been delayed by
German submarine activity, every
steel plant in America would have
had to shut down."
Mr. Hurley said that the current
proposals for world peace have
"laid' a little or no emphasis upon
the industrial methods for the pre-
vention* of war.
"It. seems to me that in the pres-
OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames Made to Order
Optical Prescriptions Tilled
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STATE STREET JEWELERS

INVI TATION TO U. OF M. STUDENTS:
You are cordially invited to inspect the display of Oriental At
Goods at No. 12 Nickel's Arcade.
(No oidigation o uy.
if you ato looking for Xmias gifts you i may find scindhiiig lhere,
Before bying any other gifts, consider these points: economy, .
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CHIRL ,UNof New York

December 12, 13, 1'4
Matinee: December 14 ,
seat Sale ForG o Mr. .
Union Desk Today
Through December 10
2:00Mo'clock to 5 o'clock
Prices': 75 cents to $3.00
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Frederick Lytell Wilson
"WHO IS THE GUILTY ONE?"
Who killed Gerald Trask? Was it the wonten he
loved? The woman who loved him? The friend he
betrayed? Don't miss the thrill of a lfetime in this great
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Jack Oakie wise
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See It! Hear It!
Sound and Talking
Pictu~res.
TUESDAY ,AND
WEDNESDAY, DECEM-
BER THIRD AND
FOURTH.
The RAE Theatre
Presents its first all dialog ue
picture.
A
TIFFANY STAHL PRODUC-
T IOCN POSITIVE3LY THE
FIRST TIME SHOWN IN
ANN ARBOR.
"wio Men and
a Maid"s
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And His Singing Daddy
Are Here Again-Songs
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HELEN KANE

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Whoopee! A big, gay, love-axed-laughter
smash-hit. Singing! Dancing! Laughing!
Hear Paramount's ginger-and-.tabasco
S t red-head, Nancy Carroll, sing the new
heairt-throb, "Sweeter Than Sweet." The
°xt "Boop-Boopa-Doop" girl, Helen Kane, coo
"Hei's So Unusual." ;Jack Caeb',, fantastIc
tarke-off with "Almia Marnmy," Set thle
latest dance craze, "'The Prep Step."
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