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THFE SUMMER~ MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1928

6 ellM IMYT'i*

monson will conductj the organization of tbe club. All met studen inter- EX PECTS SUCCES n i r.Iff
l est[eJdoin E duiinla a profession are cordially invited to be present. FO EW T EA lI l i N ll DE
D ILY f I '1 1 3IN. W. Slerurk. lEIDA O IIUR
of bltcetU n i ty. eCoyullein iscotutoficeothce tSumlmebrsn New Engineering RWeekly (Card Idex: IFO LLO WING OPERATION
of te Uivesit. Cpy ecevedat te o~ic ofGlu SumerSesimiThrough the ourtsy of the Detroit Edison C'oila'lit, this indexpub-'/ 1
unti 3:3 p.M. (1;30a. . Saurda).ishedi weekly by the American Society of Mvechanical Engineers and cover-
Voum VIII 1TSAIYJUJNE 26 192R Numbler 1injg all branches of engineering, is now accessible to members of the Faculty (By Associated Press)
_______________________________________ GY the University. Thle card ilies, giving brief reviews or annotations on' GODING, Ida~ June 25.-Death ha
5r~~iiumer Session Faculty: 5 ~~~~~practically all technical publications of thirty-seven countries, are lctdi emntdtescn emo eao
Blnk'ifoeCassLitsyreme Aelerit '":Frank R. Goodng of Idaho.
senger and should be ntemilbxsntlae hn ededymr ing ch. Mrs. Loujise 1'. Dorn, the Librarian, states that memblers of the Fac.-;Tejuir>eubiansnaofo
"Kindly report all failures to receive them promptly. thy should feel perfeeti free to use t1he ircry at their convenience. For 4b. Idaho died Sunday at the homeof his
Edward H. Krauls. inonatoi1ea(iigtljnexilae(oiutteAtnintp daughter in the little to' nhe founded
:excursion Nu.* 1-Augr Arbor and Vicinity: w.wIletOl e came here to rest after an ope-
Summer Session students who wish t r take the first excursion around 1____.. ,ationi the fore part of this month. He
Ann Ann Arbor boulevard's, residence sections, the University Libraries, and HelhSrieDrn hIumr
the Michigan Unit, on Thursday, June 28, should leave their names in thest All students regularly enrolledl for the Summer Sessirn are enti']ed 'since contracting influenza at Wash-
SumrSession office, Roomn 8, University Hall. Only by having such ad-t rcial niie medical attention of~ any natre. It is poie tuigtn last December.
M. ( sr '"r raticl~llaunlmite prvidedSnto odn satdhs oiia
vane information1 (by Wednesday, June 27, 6$ P. MJ) can adequate automobile thec University Hlealth Service, i N. 1iiicersty Avuenr * MstemwSntr odn satdhs.oiia
transportation be assured. Tour' statt Thursday, Jtie 28, at 2:30 P. Dipesary: Tbce Dispensary will be open from 9 to t2 and 2 to 5, career as governor of this state dur-
from the steps of the General Library, There is no stharge for this excur- daily, except Saturday and Sunday. Satiuirday hoursfro 9 to 12; Sunday fig" the tubulent days when "Big Biil"
sion, automobiles beicr.g furnished by citizens of Ann Arbor. hours 11 to 12.1Hawo wsontilcrgd ih
Car~~ji ell, Diectr otT~xurs~ns oom Galls: Students who are ill in their ioom and wish medical ''~ipiaini h lyn ~Gv
rattention should all University Telephone Exchiang-e for such service. rank Steunenberg.
E'xcrsion No. 2-Plawt of the Ford Notor Company: Waren E. Forsy3the. Since his election to the senate In
Due to recently changed eiperating codiltions, Excursion Number 2 to ______________________________________ 12 he had centered hi attention on
the Plant of the Ford Motor Company will be conducted in conjunction withronr ra r nr u r n ii Tffl freight rate surveys and was instruz
V <4~ 1 nn u~irB . r R APT R FAT Y iiv IitiVII11 M 1 9 j Frank B. Kellogg mental in drafting several rate bills.

rxcursYnii io. -, .JuJ'y i-
C (arltoii Wells,lDirector of Excursions.'I

LIIFI iu U i LUL 3Idl I lIiUf L.Li
KELLOGG AWAIT ACTION IN 14 CODNPF'

l:xeii rsU r N o. 3-Nlrara Fails:
All those who contemplate, going on the excursion to Niagara Malls are
Iurged to register as soon as possible with Professor It. C. Hiussey, in Room
,,'51 Naturial Science Building. The party will leave Detroit by boat Fridayl
evening, .ily (, and return to Ann Arbor early Mondiiy morning, July 9.1
The trip can be made for $25.

Kellogg Assured That New Pact Will
Form Step Toward World E
Good Feeling

B, . C. ttSsey.

r

PACT WOULD END

WARSI

Edutcatlon I)144s: . -
Thic Teaching of Physics; will meet at 10 o'cl-ck rather than! 9 o'clock't (By Associated Press)
as 'scheduled. In case ocf conflict please, see me tas soon as possible.,. WASHINGTON, June 25.-Drafts of
Geral W. Fox. .a treaty which Secretary Kellogg is
- i confident will "bring mankind's age-

IfIstory:
Course ,225-Seminary in tilie Great Period of the Middle Ages. Tis
course may be elected by graduate students wishing to do research in Medi-
evial Itistory
Edgar H. McNeal.
3latfhcmmfks' 24ls. Fulvictlons of a Complex Variable:
Mathematies 233s. Theory of the Potential:
Preliminary meeting for the arrangement of hours on Tuesday, Jujie
.16th, at 4 P. M. in Room 319, West Engineering Building.
To All Mlen Summirer Sehool Studeunts:
All men wishing to compete in- Summer Intramural Sports will please
sign up in Roj'm 6 of Waterman Gyminasiunm At once.' Summner Intramural
Sparta will be hand-ball, tennis, golf, horse-shoes, squash'racquets~, swim
rnimrg, track and playground ball. No entrtace fee or charge for partici-
pation. All entries must be' in before Saturday, June 30th, and tourna-
ment; play in all sports will 'begin Monday, July 2nd.
P1aul R. Waslike.
'11iversity Meum iud Wonen:
A beginners' doiss in Socijal Dancing will be held in B~arbour Gymnasium
Tuesday and Thursday, from 7 to 3 P. M. Six lessons for $1.50. Music,
three-piece ,.A-chestra. Classes begin, June 26th."
Ethel McCormicek.
Plhi Delta Kappa:
Ph~i Delta Kappa will hold its first Summer Sessto'n luncheon at 12:05
today in the Ladies Dining Room of the Michigan Union. All Phi Delta
Kappas are urged to be present.
Roy R IJUlman, President.
den's Education 01111):,
The' first meeting of the Men's Education Club will be held in Room 302,
Michigan Union Building, at 7:00 P. M., Tuesday, June 26. Professor Ed-

long aspirations for universal peace'
nearer to practical fulfillment thant
ever before in the history of thet
world" today awaited action at the
capitals of 14 nations.
Growing originally from the pro-
posal of the French foreign minister,r
Aristide Briand, that France and theI
United States join in a compact re-
nouncing and outlawing war between
each other, the drafts were delivered3
Saturday to the governments of Aus-
tralia, Belgium, Canada, Czecho-Slo-
vakia, France, Germany, Great Britain1
India, Irish Free State, Italy, Japan,
New Zealand, Poland and South Af-
rica.
An explanatory note from Secre-
tary Kellogg accompanied each.
Would Condemn War
Under the proposed treaty, the textx
of which was made public Sunday, the
signatory nations would "solemnly de-
clare * * * * that they condemn re-
course to war * * * * and renounce it
as an instrument of national policy
in their relations with one another."
In addition, they would agree "that
the settlement and solution of all dis-
putes or conflicts of whatever nature
ror of whatever origin they may be,
which arise among them shall never
be sought except by pacific means."
In the prepgmble, it is made cle,
that should one signatory power "seek
to promote its national interests by

'esort to war" all other signatory na-'
ions would be freed immediately of
their obligations to the offending state
under the treaty, and that the latte
would be "denied the benefits" of the
compact.
United States Ready To Sign +
In his note, Secretary Kellogg de-
clared that the United States was
ready to sign the treaty as proposed
immediately, and expressed the hope
that the other nations 'Mould be able,
to accept it promptly and without
qualifications.
He pointed out that the new draftj
was a modification "in form though
not in substance" of the treaty pro-
posed by the United States in April.
The changes were made, he said, to
avoid delaying or complicating the
negotiations, since it was possible in j
this way to meet objections raised by
other governments.
The treaty itself makes no mention
of self defense, and Mr. Kellogg ex-
plained that the United States con-
siders this a right "inherent in every
sovereign state and implicit in eve-
treaty." '0
As drafted, the treaty would leave
the way clear for every nation in the
world to become a signatory.
# BASEBALL RESULTS
A merican League
Chicago S, Detroit 6.
Cleveland 7, St. Louis 4.
Phila delphlta, 2-2, Washington 3-7.
(Only games 'scheduled.)
Na tional League
St.- Louis .5, Cincinnati2 (11 inn-
ings.)
New York 1278., Philadelphia 4-2.
Brooklyn 9, Boston 3.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, (rain).

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