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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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Special Student Gets

Prize in

Violin Competition
at Chicago.

Emily Mutter Adams, Spec., stu-
dent of Prof. Wassily Besekirsky, of
the violin department of the School
©f .Music. was the winner of first
place in the annual contest for an
appearance as soloist with the Chi-
cago Symphony orchestra held last
week in Chicago. The notice of her
triumph appeared in the Oct. 9 is-
sue of "Music News."
The competition has been held
for the past ten years and is looked
on as one of the most important
and worthwhile musical events of
its kind. The purpose is to select
sam young American artist to ap-
pear with the Chicago orchestra.
This is the first time the contest
has been open to musicians outside
of the Chicago district.
As one miusic critic expressed' itr
"her playing of the last two move-
ments of the Bruch q minor Con-
certo was of inspired beauty, ex-
quisite tone and impeccable tech-
nic."
The School of -Music entered four
contestants altogether who com--
peted against nine other violinists,
all representatives of Chicago stu-
dios.
CQUNCIL OPPOJSES
CG'MMIT TEE PLAN
(Continued Fron: Page ')
Bursley and President Ruthven
would be invited to attend Student
Council meetings at monthly in-
tervals.
The council decided that the date
of the Sophomore Prom would be
Dec. 11. The chairmen of the fall
rgames, which will be held on Sat-
ur dfy morning, Nov. 21, the week-
end of the Minnesota football.
game, were appointed. They are
James D. North; '32, and Joseph F.
Zias, '33.
Yost Will Speak Over
University Broadcast
A University of Michigan broad-
cast over WJZ is to be held tonight
from 8:30 until 8:45. There will be
Michigan music and talks. Field-
ing H. Yost, Director of athletics,
Will be, introduced by Grantland
Rice.
tud"ent Loses Coat
Loss of a light-colored camels-hair
toncoat from the East Medical.
building was reported to police yes-
terd ay ty Herbert Katz, Phi Delta
Epsilon fraternity. This is the tenth
such theft reported to police since
the opening of school.
Ring Stolen
A $400 gold ring with an unusual
carved steel set had been reported
tolen from Norman Hiller, 815
South University ave., according to

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W AR BE TW EE~N
IS IMPROBA~
. Conditions in Manchuria -a
parently bringing the United
in more direct cooperation w
League of Nations for intern
al peace than ever before
Joseph R. Hayden, of the p
science department statedy
day.
"The . Nine-Power T r e a
Washington and the Kellogg
to which both of the United
is a party, provide groundsf
terest on the part of our coi
Professor Hayden said.
world organs for peace an
concensus of public opini
factors which make a real w'
tween China and Japan ve:
likely..
"Since 1905 Japan has in
millions. of yen in Manchur
a result Manchuria has beco
important market for Ja
products. These factors have
Japan a great interest in pea
order in Manchuria.
I "If this isn't maintained
Manchuria ;aiis as a sourcet
materials and food suppliess
a market for Japanese pr
Of course, Japan's conten
that China is not maintain
reasonable degree of peace a
der and that ,she is inter
in order to protect her own
ests there."
/ Professor Hayden was on le
absence last year, studyin
government of the Philippi
lands. He spent two mon
Japan a n d C hin a, tra
through Manchuria only,
months ago.
WEST VIRGINIA-Play da
all University women are spo
by the Woman's Athletic a
tion at the University of We
-gi'nia. - - - -

CHIN A AND J APAN
LBLE, S AY AU T HORI TIES [II~ILH
re ap- It seems most unlikely that therefI
States will be war between China and
ith the Japan over the Manchurian ques-
nation- tion, Prof. Charles F. Remer, of Editors Announce N Mw Plan
, Prof. the economics department said yes- Arrangement -of Faculty
olitical terday. "A war starts things which PicturesFeatures.
yester- neither side can stop," Professor P _re_ s
Remer stated, "and both nations
t y of probably feel after the World war
g Pact, that such a dispiute now would be running the features of the Mich-
States unprofitable for both countries. iganensian at the beginning of the
for in- "The immediate problem is that book" and the pictures of the fac-
untry,' of American' relations with the ulty and seniors at the rear, is be-
"These League of Nations. If the Japan- 'E.a
nd the ese do niot secure increased privil- ing contemplated by the Ensign
on are eges in Manchuria as the result of staff, it was announced yesterday.
var be- this affair will not be because the This idea will totally differ from
ry un- Chinese -can stop them. This adds all past editions of the yearbook
to the exasperation of the Chinese, as at no time during the.'Ensian's
zvested who feel their own weakness; and history have the senior and faculty
ia. As it adds to the exasperation of the h .r
me an Japanese, who feel that there's pictures been run anywhere but in
panese something like intervention in fav- the front.
-given or of China. The move is contemplated as a
ce and "However the present difficulty means to lenmre"'interest and
may be settled, Manchuria is is-variety to tled ublication.rShould
then tinctly Chinese in population now.
of raw This is not because of any legal such a step be definitely establish-
and as claim but rather because there are ed, an entirely different and novel
oducts. about 20,000,000 Chinese living Michiganensian will probably be
tion is there now as compared with ap- planned for the future.
ning a proximately 250,000 Japanese who
nd or- live in China altogether, three-- UniverSity Concil
vening fdurths of them 'in Manchuria.
inter- P1robably the largest population to Hear Committee
movement in the last decade has
cave of been that of the Chinese into Man- - Report of the committee on or-
ig the churia." ganization, which has been working
ne Is- Professor Remer was on leave of all summer, will be heard at the
ths in absence last year, studying the first meeting of the new University
aveling economic situation in the East. He council next Monday. Consideration
a few spent the year at Shanghai, travel- of the report will be the chief busi-
ing through Manchuria only a few ness of the session,'it is believed.
months ago. Prof. Henry C. Anderson is head
ys for " of the committe'e, which includes
nsdred PENNSYLVA.NIA - The wearing Dean Henry M. Bates, Dr. Frank E.
ssocia- of fur coats by freshmen at the Robbins, 'Prof. Louis A. Hopkins,
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stric-ly forbdde. -' . L. Sharfman.' - -

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