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THE WEATHER
PROBABLY RAIN OR SNOW
TODAY

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A6F

PLAN TO HEAR
MACMILLAN
TONIGHT

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VOL. XXXIII. No. 107

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEDRUARY 28, 1923

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIDE CENTS

SucesMTdl

EXPLORER TO 1
EXPERENE
LECTURETO,
D. 1. MACMILLAN TO D
WORK IN FROZE
NORT
UNKNOWN BAFFIN
I S SUBJECT OF S
Slides And Motion Picture
In Telling of Arct
Explorations
Donald B. MacMillan, w
Arctic explorer and lecturer
will give the February iectu
Oratorical lecture course pr
' o'clock tonight in lHill a
on the subject "In Unkno
Land".
William Allen White, dist
journalist, who was sched
speak on the course program
able to appear and Mr. MacM
lben secured in his place.
Iegture course ticket holders
the coupon for Mr. White in
admittance to the lecture to
Hade Trip With Pear
Mr. MacMillan, a Bowdoi
graduate, in his earlier ca
consilerabl experience in te
vrious high schools and un
in the country until he beca
&ted in exploration and mua
with Peary to the Arctic. S
time has has headed an expe
his own to these 'iegions. I
cently been appointed prof
Anthropology in his Alma M
In his lecture on BaffinI
speaker vill describe his se
ter in the Arctic, from whi'c
turned in September, 1922.
occupied fourteen months an
ed the, first landing on the w
of Baffin Land and the first
tion of coast and interior.
nailed 5,000 miles through wa
er before visited and was froz
274 days. Many valuable di
were grade andstill and mo
tires taken of Eskimo 'i
buildirig, hunting and sledgim
Has Cvered I%,00Q Mi
It is interesting to note,
MacMillan has covered 10,0
with dog team in company
Polar Eskimos, He has mad
sive study of the Smith So
and especially of the bird an
life of the far North. He is;
the American Geographical
-e was also in command of ti
er Land expedition to the I
gions in 1913-1917.
COMTE6EINE!
POITION OF
Restatement of the unifo
long standing practice of th
Committee on Student Affai
the recognition of local hou
and ag to their affiliation wit
al societies was made yser
meeting of the committee i
fice of the Dean of Students.
"No group or organization
dents will be allowed to tak

BOLIVIA REVIVES RUMORS
OF DIPLOMATIC BREAK
Santiago, Chile, Feb. 27-(By
A.P.)--The rumors previously
denied that Bolivia is about to
Ijbreak diplomatic relations with
Chile were revived today when it1
Sbecame known that the B'oliv-
ian minister plans to leave Sat-
'ES CIIBE urday for a vacation.
I Bolivia recently made' an at-j
tempt to secure Chilean consent
to revision of the treaty of 1904 f
by which she lost the province }
]LAND of Ancosagasta. The object of
PEECH I the proposed provision was toI

COMMITTEE PLANS
BIG CHANCES IN
WORKS TO EFFECT 'RADICAL
REVISION OF PRESENT
(RRi{U'tIT
WILL MEAN EXTR A YEAR
ADDED TO CURRICULUM!

Succeeds Mon dell
Fro m Wyoming1

RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
NEARS COMPLETION,
PR OPOSED I)RC UItlIV ILL

IOWA BASKETBALL TICKETS
GO ON SALE THIS MORNING
Tickets for the Iowa-Michigan
basketball game, to be held in
Waterman gymnasium on Sat-
urday night, Mar. 3, will be plac-
ed on sale at the athletic asso-
ciation ticket office at 9 o'clock
this morning. There have been
a large number of orders for
tickets received from out of town
and the supply is limited. Those
wishing to get one should come
early. This game is the last
event in book number one.
Single tickets are 75 cents a-
t100

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LEG I SLATORH1WOUL
MAKE.UNIRSITY
FINISH'ING SCHOOL
BILL PROPOSES TO ABOLSIT
FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORE
CLASSES
MEASURE DESIGNED TO
SLASH APPROPRIATIONS
Asks State Aid of $2 Annually to

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INCLUDE EXISTING
COURSES
COST OF PROJECT WILL
APPROXIMXTE $1,200,0001

provide Bolivia with an outietpece ---
s to Aid to the sea. Chile refused to SI i iirst Step) Naional Executive Committee Gratified4 b
consider the request, and a rup- Sl miIFr 'ein Reponse to Request For
ture of relations has been talked lfowintchut Among Tehaical Funds
of unofficially. Schools
I{[ ___________________________________I______ Provisional plans for the organizaA
ll-known .__National rvsn of the curriculum tion and promotion of the Michigal
of note,!of engineering education is forecast- School of Religion are being formu-
re on the ed by plans now being worked out rlated rapidly by the executive com-
ogram at by a special committec of seven mittee which has been appointed byO
uditorium members of the faculty of the engi- the temporary board of trustees of the !
wn Bafllnn.scstmsolh.sj Chosen as Guest of ilonor at All-Laww
SYIJ L WI nering college. Estimates of the cost of the projectBaniuet Planned ifor Next
IAscheme for the rearrangement of , approximating $1,200,000, collection o Wednesday
inguished technical s t the pu rose o funds for the completion of the pro
luled to Council To Discuss Grouping of Irm- broadening the programs during the Rle. Charls E. Winter ject, and decisions with regard to
iwas un- I portelnt Happeingsh tfu ncvrdaeys andpstt Charles E. WZinter succeeds Frank the curriculum and the makeup 01 WILL BE FIRST OF SERIES
efour undergraduate years and post- Cthe faculty are nearing completion OF ANNUAL LAW WBANQUETS
[illan has Meeting poning part of the specialization to a.
)ratorica' --Wnc fifth year of professional graduate from Wyoming, on March 4. Existing plans provide fora facultyj His Excellency, Mirza Hussein Khan
will use STUDENTS ASKED TO PRESETY study is slated for discussion and vote body whih will include many pies -n y;
obtaining ( VIEWS ON SUBiJECi.OGT -AlbodyEwhichEwillaincludeymany pre
at the next faculty meeting in March. ent members of the faculty of the I Envoy Extraordinary and Minis-
Sipmght.-- Great Difflulty Experienced University whose corses will be in- ter Plenipotentiary from Persia to the
Spring events may be roupedin Great difficulty has been experienI corporated in the curriculum. There United Staes, ill deliver an address
reer had one spring week if such a plan prove e ld by the committee of which Col. will be one officer of administration, before all members of the law school
S ha;os spine. ek ifschss pan roves H. W. Miller, head of the drawing de- the dean. General faculty of the at 4:10 o'clock next Wednesday after
achigt ssib h c n i partemnt, is chairman. Needs of the TRschool will consist of a professor
iVesities rangement will be unertaken b'y th engineerseem to group themselves of religious education, an instructor i noon in room B of the law buildig.
e inter- I Student council at ts meeting tonigLt under Iwo heads; the necessity for the history and science of religion, an He has chosen as the subject of his
e at the Union If the plan is carrid more courses in fundamental theory, Is Considered NationAl Aothority on instructor in the expansion of Chris- address, "Persia from the Interna
Sout o many new features will be tro a t bamore aeats instruction in Subject of Wild Ai -tianity, and additional instructors in tional Point of View".
e has re- uced to add to the success of the the basic courses which are.now given oral Life courses which have not as yet been The Persian minister was educated
essor of week.e s almost exclusively to students in the -determined. There will be lectureril in London, at Westminster school and
ater. out as et an students br organiza terary college. Recommendations=SPECIAL NOViNx PICTURES brought here who will give cousea at the University of London. Hle stud-
Latnd" th tions who have ideas in regard to the 1imade by differenit departments would WILL ILIS'rATE LECTURE in applied religion. An admmistra d
nth win- events which should be included in mean an addition to the curriculum tivecomnittee composed of the offi- the bar at the Inner Temple, and since
h he re-1 such a week are asked to appear at of almost 70 scholastic hours. Speaking on thme subject "Our Ani cers of administration and instructior then has had a thistinguished career
The trip the Student council meeting tonigh Need for broadening the engineer- mal Friends and Foes", Dr. Raymond will decide questions o policy,cur- in the foreign office and the diplo.
os r.Ryodriculunm, apitmnsand dsciplinej the
d includ- and present their views. It may be ing education is apparent in many i L. Ditmars, curator of mammals and The aim of the curriculum will be matic service of ,is country. e
est coast found necessary to change some of the ways, according to Colonel Miller. reptiles, New York Zoological Park hic speaks English fluently and; has made
explora- (ates of Spring events which have al- "There is no doubt,' he says, "that we and noted author, will give the first o offer comprehensive courses adei a careful study of American and Eng-
The shi ready been published in order to have ;must fit the engineer for broader March lecture on the Oratorical lec- quate knowledge of the religious hel- lisl legal and political institutions,
ters nev- them occur within this week. Such work. . This i recognized everywhere ture program at 4 o'clock tomorrow"
en tage of the race" Courses will cor- His address promises to be one of
n for a week, if established, may introduce in the field of engineering. The lead- night in Hill auditorium. Dr. Dit- respond in general nature to th'l special sigiicance and it will he
scoveries an annual Michigan week of Spring ers in the profession reiterate contin- imars is considered as o e 'of the freshman universal history cours ' open to all members of the Univer-
tion pic- events here.ually that on account of the broaden-igreatest authorities on animal life ini
fe,, igloo Cocjilin .Ys nd -arryulyth gtiestpn1 i~ which has been introduced into many liy.I
Coach Fielding H. Yost andHaryed sphere of activity on the part of the country and his lecture is said to universities Will Be Guest at Banquet j
g. 'Tillotson, assistant to the athletic di- the engineer it is the duty of the be replete with interesting details Several Items Listed At 6 o'clock on the same evening,
les rector, have promised to be present at technical colleges throughout the concerning all kinds of strange crea- Estimates of the cost of founding, there will be a dinner given by the
that Mr.I tonight's meeting to present to the i country to give cultural as well as tures. He has had taken especially I endowing and establishng the School entire Law School; faculty and stu-
00 miles'council the method of ticket distribu- technical education which will fit for use in his talks many reels of of Religion as made by the provision- dents, in honor of the Persian minis-
wuth the tion for athletic contests. them to assume their duties." moving pictures and also stereopti- al board of trustees includes the fol- ter at the Union. A committee of law
e exten- The date of Cap night, as previous- Tends to Decrease Enrollment can slides . His cinema have been
and ima ly published, will be changed. The Schools of engineering are timid prepared with the idea of having some ing $tems co t fsi adbi- sents inow mating the a-
1!aeodStraMa,9 hchwst Wn aesanseiraaimppa n uc eeral ing, $500,00; endowments for admin- Imefts, in co-operation with the fac-
a ina date of Saturday, May 19, 'which was about traking the necessary first step dramatic appeal and much rehear istrative, executive, incidental ex- ilty. The Persian minister will speak
previously decided upon falls upon CnPage Two) has been necessary to obtain picturess,$,000;
soite.;the date set for the Interscholastic (Continued____________on____PfanialefrThiwprpse penses and maintenance,$15,00;an that occasion also. Other details
sock- !e'tedt e o h neshlsi of animals for this purpose. edw nt fordanship chair of
e Crock- track meet here. The dates for an- :___Dr. Ditmars is the author of many enom s fo d ip, cr of 1atthe program will be announced
Poar re- ~~ ~srto ~ i ~ I-~ religious education, directorate of later.
P nual registration and Spring elec- books concerning the lie of animals. nt d exansion work for
tions will be reported upon tonight YESTER DAa oe has written "The Book of Na- i y The faculty and students havdo
by he lecioncomitte o th con- ure an "Rpties f te Wrld. Ilibrary, research, special lectures, and some time felt that there Should be.
by the election committee of the coon- WA H NG O ure" aned "Reptiles. of thme World".isrcio$2,0. Sitesad an
cil. This committee is also working WtSIN$GTONJ Iade is also a life mnemmber of the N ew or instctin are esnd anr an annual All-lay meeting for the
out plans for the election.YokZlgiascetAngwh for the buldings are being consideredpi.31
n York Zoological society. Along with Response to the request for funds ppurpose of +briniging the entire school
Presideit and Mrs Harding it was the pictures Dr. Ditmars will tell in- has been exceptional. Mr. ,Ryerso together for the purpose of creating
yad Ma e trestingtals oftheamamng~rais 'good fellowship and esprit des crps.
a200 T d sdnnounced at the White Iouse, willr t a te an a Ritchie of Detroit, the executives Te Aerne 1 r w p-
leave nex.. Mnday for a stay in Flor-' ofaias!n h vne oki retary of the movement, who is in}
By Book Exchange Ia""'ilming these animal iographies. As Ann Arbor for a few days says that hafl'3 been somewhat lacking in pro-
SSr an i material for his pictures ine had ac- "the response has been unusually fessional feeling and in sense of re-
rm, an-e cess to the vast collecti Nof birds, gtt deon- sponsibility during the earlier periods
ie Senatei More than. 200 transactions were Secretary Fail announced the with-(grtfigothcm teed oniy beasts and fishes at. the New York gtratifingt the ratintret in the; of its history, has recently manifested
rs as tojmade by the Union book exchange drawal by the interior department of Zoological Park, containing speci- strating th e ineres nfte f ide hhasrest anfets
se clubs during the four weeks that it was 35,000 square miles of Alaska land mens from all parts of the world. movement hich is being manifested a decided change of nspiiit and has
lm nation- operated, it was announced yesterday to form a new naval oil reserve. y tartan avr of fundaet in-
portancae and of the greatest signifi-,
day at a by the committee. Apprdximately 400 HAHN GETSOFFER cance to the entire country, during
n the of- text books used both i the literary Senator Caraway of Arkansas and HONG TSOOE ,i the last few years.
college and the engineering college a man said to be a veteran bureeau FROM PRINCETON l yars.
of stu- were listed by the committee, acting employe came to blows after an ar- Noald a isRe mnts
e part inI a the agent between students who gunvent starting on a street car. -TAn Affr from Princeton may take otsabeamn its cot
_Anoferfromatkewfors hs benpth m aign for high-

Smaller

Instltuton Through.
out State

Lansing Feb. 27 - (By A. P.) -
Plans for making the University .of
Michigan a "finishing school" and
stimulating with state aid the sec-
ondary or preparatory schools of the
state were laid beifore the house to-
day in two bills by Representative
Little of Iosco.
One bill would prevent the state
University from enrofling any stu-
dent who'has not'completed two years
of collegiate work with not less -than
GO hours of credit in some other col-
lege or educational institution. In ef-

feet it would abolish the freshm
and sophomore classes at the Univ,
sity.
The companion bill would author
state aid in the amount of $25 a
nually for each college student who
a bona fide resident of Michigai
tending Hope, Hillsdale, Kalamaz-
Adrian, Alma, Albion and 011i
colleges and the University of Detrf
Representative Little contends I
program would avoid the necessity
large building appropriations for I
University and would cut the atinm
istrative cost in half, or about $1,50
000. A sharp fight is expected on t
measure.
"I don't know where the idea cali
from and feel certain the legislate
will not treat it seriously," declar
Rep.' Edward Manwaring, of Wash
Uaw county, one of the chalpions
the University.
Although the Little bill was inti
dueed without- any marked antagc
ism being apparent, it is likely ti
serious opposition will arise to -
passage. The new measu1re wot
undeniably link -up church and st,
in the case of parochial schools.
might further prove objectionable
its dictatory power over students' I
rents who regard as important tra.
ing in a npn-denominational instil
tion.
It is the general belief here ti
adequate college tra-ining cannot
secured at $25 per year. The U
versity annual "overhead" per 's
dent of $160, -as quoted from the p
posed bill, contrasts favorably w
the annual tuition at Harvard
$250. Statemen-s from University
ficials were not available last nig
DELEGTES BTHER FOR
RELIGIOUS CNFERENi
Delegates representing seven i
tional denominational church orgt
izations will arrive in Ann Arbor-
morrow night to attend the natIoi
church conference to be held for thi

is
at-

campus activities until after it has wished to exchange their olditext
been officially recognized by the Sen- books of last semester for those which
ate Committee on Student Affairs," it could be used in their newly elected
reads. -courses.
"No group organized as asocial'Members of the committee said that
club or local fraternity will be allow- they were satisfied that the exchangel
u torbecomeaffilatedniy wiha tinalw-was serving its purpose adequately,'
ed to become affiliated with a national nd that had it been more generall1
organization until after it has func- known that such a service was avail-
tioned," it continued, "as a local so-t t
ciety for at least one college year. If be, moetr tu
at theendof hatperodperissn -been effected.
at the end of that period, permIsson According to present plans the ex-
to make such affiliation is desired, it change will be operated during open-
will be necessary to a gain petition the ot

Secretary Hughes declared the
Turks were responsible for the extent
of the Syrmuna disaster in a letter to
Senator Lodge. representative, Massa-'
chusetts.
President Harding nominated Post-'
master General Work to succeed Sec-
retary Fall of the interior department
and Senator Harry S. New of Indi-
ana to head the post office depart-
ment.
Brigadier General Frank T. Hines
was nominated to be director of the
veterans bureau. Richard M. Tobin
of California to be minister to the
Netherlands and McKenzie Moss of
Kentucky to be assistant secretary of
the treasurer.
A White House spokesman mdi-

from Michigan athletes of the future L
the services of Archie Hahn, '04, vet-
eran trainer of Wolverine athletic Dr. Lynn H.
teams. A report circulated yesterday the niversity
that Hahn had definitely signed the Sunday evenintg
Tiger contract was denied by the fam- March 11 as pr
ous trainer, who made no statement cording to the
relative to the probability of his de- the services. T
parture for other fie'lds. Dr. Hough wil
Hahn has been Varsity trainer since announced.
his graduation, before which time he Dr. Houngh is
was known as one of the greatest col. t ough is
legiate sprinters of the day, with the pastor of the Ce
exception of five years spent at Brown sIofetroit. He
university as track coach. -His miarks since 1920. Pre
of 9 4-5 seconds in the 100 yard dash Hou;,gh was pre
and 21 3-5 in the 220 are times seldom e rn university.
equalled. Definite word as to his de- Aside froms
cision is expected within the week. ;sand educator, I
an author of a
Education Seniors to Meet taining largely1
A meeting of the senior class of the
School of Education will be held at 4 Explosion
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in room Dublin, Feb.

Hough wil
Sunday Se
g, March 4,,
eviously ann
committeei n
he subject t
Il speak has
at the pre
entral Metho
has had th
evious to th
efident of
serving as
Dr.. Hough is
number of
to religious
n Dstroys C
27-(By A.

er requirements for admission to the days beginning Mar. 2 at Lane h
bar, a campaign which had its initial - The conference which is being 1,
[ speak at - public nanifestation, at the meeting under the auspices of the Studi
rvices on of the American Bar association in Christian association will be the fi
instead of Cincinnati in 1921 and later at a con-I gathering of its kind to be held a
ounced ac- fe'rence of delegates from the Ameri- state University.
a charge of can and all local bar associations at' The list of representatives inchi
upon which Washington on Feb. 23. names that are nationally and e
s not been Another undertaking of the bar, of internationally known in the field
incalculable importance, is the organ-I religious education.. Seventeen n
esent time ization for the purpose of a restate- and women in all will be, sent to
dist church' t conference all from different religi
its position. and si he cat.oimmand clrif- activities and boards of the coun
cation o the law. Committees repre-Agramnyothme i la
~ time Dr.senting all of the leading juristic bod- A the maey of stuen rlio -.
Northwest- ies of the country, including the law cm fr various universil es
schools, have 'been at work for two at
ergym yearand more upon this plan; and At
s kgynownl a ea'a'Todd, head of the school of r'elig
Sa national organization, charged with at the University of Indiana; ,l
books per- the responsibility of carrying out the Carl P. Harry who Xor ten yearsv
subjects. -great task indicated, was formed at a religious worker at the lUiver
eWashington at the recenit conference, of Pennsylvania; Mr. James
A-C- at 'and given the name of "The Ameri- Thompson, who was active in stud

committee.
"While, in general, permission to
form local clubs will be given free-
ly, permission to affiliate with a na-
tional fraternity will depend upon the
record, scholastic and otherwise, made'
by the group during its existence as a-
local society.
"Whenever recognition is granted a
local group, permission to join this!
group as active members will be given;
only to those who have a clear schol-
astic record, i. e., have no mark be-
low a C for the preceding semester
and are not on either the warned or
probation list. Others may be consid-
ered a., pledges only, to be initiated
into full nem bership when their ree-
ords are clear.
The same ruling as to scholastic
requirements of individuals will be
applied when a group affiliates with a
national organization."

J-LITS TO IOLD
SMOKER TOMORROW
Special features said to be of an
unusual sort will be offered at th
junior literary class smoker which is
I to be held tomorrow night in the up-
per reading room of the Union.
"Now You See it, Now You Don't",
pi lty by N. D. Smith.'2D

.
F
-i
r

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cated that President Harding had de1202, Tappan hall.
cided on a policy of liquidation of the

a speca iy y . . , x,
purporting to be an almost exact copy government owned fleet to place it in'
of the performances of the great ma- private plans and would abandon ef-
gician, Thurston, will be presented. forts to obtain federal aid after the
The chief speaker of the evening! failure of the administration shipping
will be Carl Brandt, of the public bill.
speaking department.
Tickets will be sold today and to- DICKINSON TO TALK
morrow between the hours of 2 and
5 o'clock in the lobby of the Union.- Prof. Edwin D Dickinson, of the
Ail junior Tits expecting to atteni' law school, will address a meeting of
should secure tickets before that the Cosmopolitan club to be held at
night. Those whose dues have been"7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in thqJ
. paid will receive tickets free; others parlors of Wesley hall. The topic

600 FAMOUS?
entering students this semester
have not all secured comfortable
rooms and good board. Room-
mates are also needed. A clas-
sified ad is the best medium be-
tween the landlady and the stu-
dent.

i Forbes, owned by the Earl of Gran-
ard, and situated at Newtonford
County, Londford, Ireland, was de-
stroyed by a mine explosion today.
Germn Profe4o. Ill
Profs. T. J. Diekhoff and J. A. C.
Hildner, both of the German depart-
ment, were confined to their homes
yesterday because of illness.

can Institute of Law". - work at the University of - Nebrasi
It has seemed to faculty and stu- and at Cornell;, and Dr. M. Willa
dents of the Law school, alike, that Lampe, who for 15 years was a .st
the time is ripe for this school, once dent pastor at the University of Pent
a year, to come together for the pur- sylvania. Eight women represeni
pose of emphasizing the responsibil- tives who are all recent college gra
ities resting upon all officers of the uates will be at the conference.
law and upon the bar; and in doing so Invitations are being received
to develop a spirit of fellowship and Lane hall from fraternities, sororitie
of co-operation with each other. With boarding and league houses to ente
" this end 'in view, it is planned that tain these guests while they are
next Wednesday will mark the first of Ann Arbor.
a series of annual meetings devoted to Part of the program of the co
these interests. vention is for the delegates to -m
the students, and to accomplish th

I ESENIOR tLIT DUES 1MU1S'I'1-BE .
:1 PAID
Al'~ s.tI f h n iN F

Formal recognition of Chyron, a lo-
cal group, organized for social pur-

I

Cooley Speaks at Cleveland it is thought that after-dinne

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