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November 14, 1922 (Tuesday)P.3 (1) The Chinese Anti-School Segregation Association of Vancouver sent aletter to Ambassador Lim on November 10 asking him to make a thorough investigation to see if it was true that a Canadian girl had been stabbed by a Chinese boy, since the accusation could possibly be made up by the English newspaper.P.3 (2) The Chinese Anti-School Segregation Association of Vancouver had alsosent a letter to various Chinese associations on November 10 asking for suggestions and plans concerning the protest. Moreover, the associations were also asked to raise funds for the protest. P. 3 (3) The opening ceremony of 3- 5^- 'JN '^ * ' T in Victoriaon November 12. Representatives from other associations were present. (4) Or.vt Ct-cw l\Ju~i.^-b.v. ±n victoria held the 7thanniversary celebration on November 12. On that day, the newly chosen executives also assumed offices. ^F\ ^ /^ (president)_ \t- was replaced by
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