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I RNHGROUP fl PERU DIPLOMAT J~l~l Little elrL~aie Rest
Of ILTO EAR THIRDIi.TRO S DEAN OF ENVVOY MS3L~h on Consumtion of Intoxic
Willam c1aJhliCLetur Dr. Clarence Cook Little, former ings. Dr. L
yl 'ovrFenhTavl.-p esident of the University, recent- jege spirit7
ICT Wil Coos Memersof exas j usae Slle Preentat aleHarvard Crimson that he consid- greatly di
,I 1 I V.Wilim c~uhlinWi, Chose embtaofTofm Sasage Sl.lde reen aale l ttdi nitriwfrtegn ep
Mcaglro O. im "Advanced Class ofHsoialNclc ered that there was little harm in !pre-footbal
JrmDai HedScaso roaclagaewgiein rebating Called as Witness r he moderate use of alcohol.leAbras
Ir.eoe ai to Ha oil the third lecture of the . _____ - deplored restricting the consump--
--A. T..,.rs .+. Crrinirn Francais series at 4:15 o'clock Wed- { P R.«° T PATP R A DC 1T -,I OFFICER FORMER OWNER: ino noiat ylgsainIBurt, i

rictions
rating, Beverages
Kittle predicted that col-
would die out at Mlichi-
inted as evidence to the
:ninished attendance at
I game rallies in Ann
fall.
Lmerica Museum

nesday in room 231'.Angell haliLA~J .A.iiL -
presenting an account of a trip;F, a rousfrte ast o
across "France. 3btn en~wilb ed a
PThe lecture, which will be given I'a 7 em ilb ed a
in" french, is entitled "A. Travers . o'clock ,this afternoon in room 3209
[La' France" and is the narrative of An loll 'hall, and the teams will be;
an actual trip made by Professor'choasen soon after, The memnber's
McLaughlin in 1923. The trip took oftetaswllb ikdfo
.frorn Dieppe across the entire coun- oftetaswllb ikdfo

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try to ..Marseilles, and. was of six theadvanced debating class, which i1
weeks' duration. I has been working' on the topic for °i
Professor McLauigllin. will la~y debate for some time. The con-!
special emphasis onF the variousk ference debates, with Illinois and j>>.;;<:
points of interest fromr: an' ar&hi- Iowa, are scheduled for M arch 20. 1e u a an i w w ih h n a dto ot et oc n e e c
visited: Besides discussing the I matches, other debates have been f
large . cities which he passed arranged with the traveing team of
th'rough, he will 'describe the prov- West Virginia university, which will Associated Prtess Photo u
inces of Normandy, Burgundy, and 1 debate in Ann Arbor on April 8,'1 Dr. HIkrnan Velarde,
Provence. and with a. team representing. Wiley euia 'Isadit h
IAdzmission to. the; lectaure is by ;college, of Marshall, Texas, which ntdSae
season ticket for the enti're six lec- { will debate a two-man Michigan I ntdSae, is the new dean of,
Hires and the French play spon- team in Chicago this month. Thehe diplomatic corps in Washing-
sored by the CWercle Francais. Ac-; question for all the debates is: "Re- ton following the retirement of Sir
cording to Prof. Rene. Talamom ovd ha h eerlsae Esme Howard.!
th-cse tickets may be procured atI shotild' be' permitted to adopt the
the door.____ Ontario system of liquor control." ..umber Experts to Talk
Aspecial debate in Ann Arborl to Student Architects1
troit. with Northwestern's women's teamnj____
'The expense connected with the has been arranged for the women's;6J. E. Mackie, technical consultant)
conference is minimum. Since Varsity some time- in April. The of the National Lumber Manufac- j
rooms. will be furnished,, transpor- question is the same as that usedj turers association oif Washington,I
Ctation and food inl addition:;, to a, for varsity competition last year:'I will lecture to students of the ar-
dollar registration fee,, which goes, "Resolved: that the present extent chitectural school at 2 o'clock this
towards paying the spealkers, will (( of installment buying of goods for afternoon in the architectural
be the. only cost entailed. private consumption is detrimental auditorium on the subject of "Cor-
Stuent.wihin totk att the best interests of the Amer-. Isect Uses of Lumber in Construe-
; should communicate with delega- ican public.
tion leaders at Lane shall. Addi- ______________ onz.
regrigta- O ORGN- Basing his talk on practical con-
tional information egrdngtrns UNIVERSITY OF ORGN struction methods and recently de -
orgatohn mE. Webtripedentcaf Spring football practice brought veloped scientific data, Mr. Mackie
ing ohn . Westerpssoietionf out 57 mhen at the University of lwill describe the satisfactory and
the Student Christian ascain Oregon. O this number sixteen, economical uses of wood in present
-Aare mnembers of last year's team, day construction.

____on the ground that as a ntris
(By ~~ ~ lectionist he preferred leaving po'
NEW YRK. TMrh .-rc- pie alone to fgtbdhbt
ft'drke Leopold of Austria, sausages rather than cooping them in tern-
salesman, occupied the center of ptation-free hothouses.
of the mystrioussaleo 0Intle regard to Harvard, which Dr.
f themystriou sal forLittle attended as an undergrad-
interest today in the investigation, uate, he said ,"Thank heavens they
of the historic diamond necklace i' leave. men alone. at Harvard."
wvhich Napoleon gave to his em-'Th fomrpeintfMaej
press, Marie Louisa, on the birth Theaformerhpresdent of Miness
of their soan.[andleicwthigrwent onorcus
The archduke, who is the grand- ar thltisgwtha the Crisonwerert-
nephew of the Archduchess Marie. erganutat tkh idwthetern
Theresa, former owner of themndersrduste tokhisathl etics
~otn mtenecklace. da fmkn student,. but' that he, was less prone1
fortne fom te neklac: #to exhibit spirit in cheering the1
He' was under subpena to appear temadiatnigppme-
at "the district attorney's office to- -tem nd n ttedig _pp _ee
day to 'tell what he knows of the
sate of the necklace to D. M. Mich-
el,'a jeweler,. by Charles Townsend,,
a formeoier in the British colo-PyE
Townsend's whereabouts are un- _

known since he leftva hotel In Palm
Beach, Fla., two weeks ago.
The archduke said he was pres-
Aent when the necklace was sold
and that the jeweler had promised 5
to give him the silver setting.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
-Abolishment of the old system of
sign-out slips for co-eds was an-
nounced yesterday by the president
of the Women's League here.

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