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* "So Long Letty," at the Garrick. *

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s has EXCHANGE OF NOTES BETWEEN
pping COUNTRIES CLEARS UP LONG
anced STANDING PROBLEM
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Tokio, Nov. 30.-(Correspondence ofI

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I obstacles to at- The Associated Press)-Japa can do
nothing likely to infringe pon the,
adopted, naval re- sovereignty of China and it seems cer-
aboard only troop tain the Tsingtau, the German port
arrying whole car- captured by the Japanese, will be re-
or supplies for the turned to China and that the Japanese,
.1 other shipments will be obliged to withdraw their1
heretofore by mer- troops from Hankow, as a result of
the recent agreement between the Un-
ited States and Japan under which
the United States recognizes Japan's
S N otes special interests in China, declares
Baron Takahashi, formerly Japanesej
minister of finance and a leading mem-
M, was sent to the ber of the Seiyukai party. This agree-
1 Wednesday with ment was signed by Viscount Ashii
and Secretary of State Lansing at
~~ i Washington early in November.
19P, who is ill with Interests No More Than Rights
rntagious hospital. The special interests of Japan ac-
knowledged iii the combined state-
an opportunity to ment include nothing more than the!
ness through Daily rights hitherto acquired by Japan,
t.-Adv. Baron Takahashi adds in commenting
on the agreement. "Hitherto," he
says, "America doubted our attitude
toward China and was always watch-
ing it, but by virtue of this agreement
b she, will give up her careful watch.
In this respect the new agreement is
better than none."
Agreement Suceess For Ishil
,FMaruis Okuma, formerly premier,
f1 N N'S characterizes the agreement as a signal
success for Viscount Ishii and adds
nd Four that it officially recognizes facts
which already existed. That viewpoint
also is taken by some of the leading
newspapers such as the Herald of
Asia, which asserts that the notes ex-
changed between Secretary Lansing
and Viscount Ishii "merely put on
e paper what already was in practical
I Om en existence," the result of which will be
the clarifying of the whole political
atmosphere of the Far East. Hope isI
groif to expressed by the Herald that the
agreement will have a be'eficial ef-1
--arcity of fe:ct upon "a small but very active
group of men, mostly Americans, who
nounced have constituted themselves cham-
pions of China against the alleged
Japanese aggression, and who have
endangered the good understanding
between Japan and America by dis-
seminating distorted information con-
cerning Japanese policy in China."
China and America Gain
Asserting that American commercial
interests in China have been and al-
ways will be safeguarded by Japan,
the Asahi, one of the leading Tokio
dailies, declares that by the agreement
Dance at the Armory before going
home. Last time Sat. night. -Adv.

TODAY
Majestic - "The Winged Mys-
tery," with Franklyn Farnum.
Orpheum -- Alma Rueben in
"Firefly of Touch Luck." Also
Ccmedy, "His Busy Day." Ford
Travels.

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Wuerth-Sessue Hayakawa in
"The Call of the East." Also Key-
stone Comedy, "Pearls and Per-
ils.
Arcade-Mae Marsh in "Sun-
shine Alley." Also Christie Com-
edy, "Her Merry Mix-up."
Rae-Margaret Fisher in "Miss
Jackie of the Navy." Also Helen
Holmes in "The Lost Express."

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hristmas Cards and Engraving at
hr's Bookstore.-Adv.
Ats: Orch-G fl I Pop MatsWed
.a 1.5s& $2 DTRiT and Sat., 25c
c to $1.00 DETRO to $1.00
OLIVER MOR'SCO presents
3o Long Letty
With Charlotte Creenwood
A JE STI C
Shows: 3-7:30-9
Prices: Children t0c; Adults lhe

FRIDAY, DEC. 14
TIE FINDED MYSTERY"
wit FA~lLY' AlRNUM

Flowers E
Plants (
Fern I

s at-Corrine Griffit
pay" and Charlie
Adventurer.," (Re
Inn-I;7-Mine. PetrOV:
'Than1 Poetry" at
a'i'he ebellionof
I 225 E. Liberty,

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"China has gained most and America
has gained more than Japan.."
The Japan Times says that the situ-
aticZ which existed prior to the agree-
ment might have led to serious devel-
opments betwen Japan and America
which would have benefited only their
common enemy, Germany. "The Ishli-
TLansing notes clear away all chance
for international forces of evil to do
their work. We regard these notes
as the most important documents ever
exchanged between the United States
and Japan and as a vast improvement
op any international agreement hith-
erto covering the Far East."
Nicil-Nichi Criticizes Agreement
Some criticism is expressed by the
Nichi-Nichi, which decfares that the
substance of the new note is rather
disadvantageous to Japan and that
"the United States seems to have suc-
ceeded in fettering Japan's action in
China." The paper points out that
there are no understandings in the
note about an "open door" territorial
integrity and equal opportunity in
Canada, Mexico, or South America,
which are close to the United States,
and says:
"Japan cannot put in her oar in the
settlement of American affairs, but
America is free to interfere with Jap-
an's activities in China. In short, it is
a foolish agreement, guaranteeing as
it does America's influence in China
while at the same time it places still
further restrictions on Japan. Japan
and China must always act under the
supervision of the United States, while
the American government is free to
do whatever it pleases in other Amer-
ican countries."

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Physical Culture Series
SATURDAY.DEC. 1;
MUWDE EVANS il
"ADVENTURES OF CAROL"
Pathe Ns of World Events
THE;u-AT RF

Wuerih
Price"
t? a-tinees _,3 c;. I
saturdays-Sund
BOOKINGS F(
"Th: Ca!l opt the
stooe Comedy,
S"at-is7-MaI[y lMiles
country Calls"
Narrow 'TraiL"
7g, T 1 Tc TaS ai

urn it at once.--Adv.

T -DAY

Margaret Fisher in "Miss
Jackie of the Navy."
Also the I st Chapter of the
greatest serial ever filmed,
"The Lost Express."

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Featuring the dar'e
darling of the screen,
Helen Holmes.
Don't miss this.

devil
Miss

Admission: 10 cents.

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Shop Early

umach
of Individual Shops

S. Main Street

:pping Days before Xmas

STUDENTS PAY $9,806.08 ON
"Y" WAR FUND TO DATE
Y. M. C A. War, Fund collections
have totaled $9,806.08 to date, accord-
ing to the latest report of the campaign
committee.
A request has been made by Prof. G.
W. Downie, treasurer, that all out-
standing pledges be sent to Lane hall
by the end of this week, as the audit-
ing committee will begin work on the
reports at that time. Prof. Leo. Sharf;
man and Prof. Frank H. Stevens com-
pose the committee.
Senior Lits Elect More Officers
Senior lits, at their class meeting
yesterday elected the following offi-
cers: Class orator, Allen Shoenfield;
class prophet, Philip Pack; class poet,
Jeanette K ekintweld; class historian,
Vera Brown. Results of the winning
nominees for the class personalities
will not be divulged until the publi-
cation of The Michiganensian.
Ds . R. A. Itoeloff omnimissioneJ
Dr. Richard A. Roeloff, '17D, has
received a commission as first lieu-
tenant in the dental corps of the army
and is waiting to be assigned to ac-
tive service. Dr. Roeloff has been
practicinig in Dale Creek since his
graduation.
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THRILI NG

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Exe~r

your buying util the last
fiIe our stock is complete

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YOU CAN FIND HIS
GIFT HERE

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Pullman Slippers
Desk Sets
Trasveling Sets
issirs Sets
Wrist Watches
Safety Razors
Pocket Knives

GlFIT NOVELTIES
Wood Decorated Twine
.Holders
Ash Trays and Smoking
Sets
Poker Sets in Cases -
Fancy Black and White Cat
and Rabbit Door Stops
'ecorated Book Ends
Cape Cod Fire Lighters
Fancy Vases
'Weather Vanes
Decorated Costumer
Brass' and Adjustable Elec-
tric Lamps
Mahogany Fruit Dishes,
Good Fairy
Uncle Sam.
Bud Vases
Humidors

I,.:1, xie Ski nsPrize
Mr. L. A. Makiclski, instructorin
drawing and painting.in the college of
architecture, was awarded a prize of
$50 by a jury of Chicago painters for
a pastel portrait which was presented
in exhibition at the' Detroit museum
of art.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c: Staebler
. Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.

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Every father, mother. so
this presentation, It is a I
world for the protection of y
gIrls safe anywhere-you w:

U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
is tne place. 113 S. Main.-Adv.
Polish your floor with Old English
F"loor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phonie

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