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'Senator Studies
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Defense Spends DVaty Examuiing Juror ..-
on Attitude Towards Rev-
St. Joseph, March 13-(By A.P.)-
Collection of a jury to try William J
Foster, charged with violating Michi-
gan's laws against criminal syndical-
ism was virtually completed when
court adjourned this evening. Franch
D. Walsh, attorney for Foster finallyl
tendered a completed panel to the:
state just before adjournment and
proseutor Charles W. Gore expects
to complete his questioning tomorrow
Two women and ten men are on the ,en. George H. hose., sjpped ;ust
panel tentatively seated, one of the 110 ore sailing
three women passed yesterday having Sen. George 1-. Mosds, of New Hamp-3
been excused at her own request. shire, plans to acquaint himself thor-r
Propoganda mailed throughout the oughly with conditions in Europe be-
country favoring Fosterand an edi- fore the next session of congress. lie
torial in a local paper yesterday in the sailed a few days ago for Paris and'
interest of the prosecution attracted after a brief stay there will visit many
so much attention from attorneys from continental centers.,
both sides today that Judge charles
White tonight cautioned the talesmen
against reading anything bearing or
the case. E, USH5 U U L TIST
The state.brought out that two of ;
the prospective jurors had received let TflIIDT
ters mailed by the American Civil Lib-
erties Union of New York to residents
of -Berrien county, and found them DR. ROSENJIAIN TO GIVE FIRST
when they went home last night. Both OF SERJES OF THREE
said they had not read the matter af-IFC~iE
ter learning what it was.
Most of today was spent by the de-
tense in.examining the prospective jur- Dr. Walter Rosenhain, famous Eng
ors as to ther state of mind towards lish scientist, and metallurgist, will
advocates of revolution as a means of give the first of a series of three lec-
accomplishing political reform. It is'.c.i
possible that if the jury is completed tures at 8 oclock tonght i room 165
in time tomorrow they will be taken of the Chemistry building, on th(
to Bridgeman to view the sight of the "Structure and Constitution of Al-
coiimiunist convention which was held loys".
in an isolated ravine along the shore The other two lectures will be giv-
of Lake Michigan. en at 4:15 o'clock Thursday and Fri-
dnv nf ftrnnn in the. iame room; thec

Latter men of the University will
observe today as ".1" day by appearing
on the campus wearing their insignia.
This is the first of the official ".V"
(lays which, according to a resolution
passed by the Student council, will be
observed every Wednesday and on the
(lays when interscholastic meets are
being held here.
The action for setting a definite let-
oer day was taken at the last regular
meeting ef the council. There purpose
is to promote the wearing of athletic
insignia by all men who have won it.
Phis resolution includes men who have
heir numerals in any sport.
AItletie Director Will Visit St. Loui
In First Step of Coast
Coach Fielding H. Yost, director of
Intercollegiate Athletics, will leave to-
night for St. Louis, Mo., on the first
lap of his four weeks' trip to the Pa-
cific coast.
At this city the alumni have plan-
ned huge welcome and Michigan get-
together for Coach Yost. He will be
the guest of honor at a banquet given
by the Alumni association and will
present the Michigan Cup to the chain-
pionship high school basketball teary
of the city.
In the afternoon at St. Louis the
six reels of the Michigan football films
taken of last year's squad will be
shown before the students of all the
high schools of the city. A theater
has been leased by the alumni for this
purpose. The pictures are mostly of
the Wisconsin and Minnesota games of
last fall, two of them being slow mo-
tion films.
On March 17 the Coach will- he in
Chicago for the Conference Directors'
meeting there on that date. le will
then leave for the west stonning at
Denver Los Angeles, the University o'
California, and Stanford University
San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and
Spokane, where celebrations are be-
ing planned for him by all of the Alum-
ni associations.
At Seattle he will present another
Michigan trophy this time to the cham-
pionship football team of the city. This
presentation has been postponed since
last fall in order that the Coach mightj
take part in it.



I 111.13 1.1 El Ilb.E 1I3~aUIlIa
Ilonier Desniarais, of the French de-

Homer Desmarais, of the French de-
partment, will deliver a lecture at 4:11
o'clock this afternoon in Natural
Science auditorium. He will speak or
"Traces of Christianity in America
DECLARE GERMANS HAD NO PART Before the time of Christopher Colum-
FRENCHMEN This is the third of a series of four
lectures being held under the aus,
COAL PLANT TAKEN IN Dices of the Cercle Francais. The last
one of the series will be given by Prof
REPARATION SCHEME II. P. Thieme, of the French depart-
ment, on March 28. He will speak on
'Ranks Used In Operaou O f Unit by the life and work of lean Francoi,
Military Authorities it Millet. The lecture will be illustrat-
Control ed


Berlin, MIarch 13-(By A. P.) - p , ,v- .t .
Thc German government has dispatch- With the program for the'visitiiig
edt a note to the French government legislators definitely outlined, the Vni-
protesting against the severe repris-3 versity and student committees ..i
al~ts tin againr the severe r - fcharge announced last night that with
nal taken for the killing of two 1 PHIDELAH RICE. the cooperation of campus and busi-
Frenchmen at Duier. The note de- r i V 1 I I M.Rkwoi mse eaeH ess mens' organizations no difficulty
Glares tat severa pe aos were kill - I P 11A r Rice, who is a master eae i nticipated morcvsiorswodwill ariv
ed or w ounded by reason of the : and im personator, wi l g v th se o dvrn h m a- r s w i e de e a1 ef PhM ch e tu e n t e O a o i al p o
Frech easreswhie, espte ll f- hkllahEle Wil IterretComdyMarch lecture on the Oratorical pro- 150 or mor visitors who will arrive
Frnhn~rswie ept e-,P Idelalt1.like W ll Initerpret (Comgedy ; t8o'lc oigti ul here tomorrow night.
forts made, it has not ben proved "Peateful Valley" in amt 8Pcefck tVllht a hree- The business mens' clubs of the city.
that the G-ermans had any partin the Performance act comedy by E. E. Kidder, will 'be including Rotary, Exchange, Kiwanis.
killing. in rted w k n " and Chamber of Commerce have of-
CALLED FOREMOST RIEAI)EII ON I;actor." Mr. Rice is atthe present time fered the use of more than 50 autos
Recklinghauseir, March 13--(By A. AUERICAN SPEAKING PLATFORM a teacher in a large school of expi'es- for transferring the legislators from
P.)-Plans for operati2,g the govelrn- --sion located at Boston, Klass. the station to the campus and to the
ment coke plant at Westerhold near Phidelah Rice, impersonator and Union for dinner. On Friday morning
here which has been taken over by the reader of plays, will interpret the and afternoon faculty members will
French authorities as part of the three act comedy by E. E. Kidder 0 BULLETIN TO niriaiImake available 50 cars for making the
scheme for obtaining reparations from "Peaceful Valley", at 8 o'clock tonight tour of inspection. All transportation
Germans were announced. today. Mem- in Hill auditorium as the second = and tours about the campus are in
hers of the engineers legion which has March lecture under the auspices of PglAcharge of Dean Edward H. Kraus o.
the work in hand are reported to have the Oratorical lecture association, I GUHISCHOOL I Rs the Summer session.
I made arrangements to load into cars 1'AMr. Rice is considered by many the Program Changed
J5 00 ~ f coe. ,The program for the two days hasu
The first train foremost of readers appearing on the MIClIIAN PRESS ASSOCIATION'S be altered sic the t ayonce
Tans weareed I F ta e opeatio American platform today. His "mon- FIRST CRITICIS been altered since the first announce-
of this started for France toniht, acting" ability is said to rival that of OUT SOON oft CrT tiesos e splecial
and a cavalry patrol has been placed the late Leland Powers, who has fo of the campus possible. Thespecial
many. Years been the favorite imiper-tanbaigteLnigdlgto
around the plant. Infantry guards sonator in this deramaticfield. Many The Michigan interscholastic Press trai bearing the Lansing delegati n
have replaced the Germans,400 ofth.Association, sponsored by Sigma Delta will arrive here at 5 o'clock Thrrsday
people believe him to be the successor afternoon. They will be taken liame-
whom quit this morning. Four thou- of Leland Powers. Chi, national professionaljournalis-
sand miners in an adjacent coal mine Mr. Rice fills only a comparativelyifraterty, plans to publish soon
also went on strike as a protest to, limited nunmber of engagements each its first .bulletintto be sent to leading!for dinner. The address by President
the occupation of the coke plant. as he is identified with a large More than 150 applications have bee .Marion L. Burton which was sched-
school. of expression which is located sent to various high schools, and thus led forFriday morning, will be giv-
in Boston, Mass. For this reason it r s h en at this dinner, in order to allow
is impossible for him to be away for tarn25 shool avlleout a r sufficient time during the morning
turned their applications,.o hJamu orad ovcto
tl~ o.a Ig,.period at' time. The personr The bulletin planned is similar tco for the campus tour and Convocation:
C NT GASTA icharge of the lecture program feel heneipub nied yteCntr In After the address the legislator:
particularly fortunate -y securing him the one published by the Central In- will return to the fraternities who will
because of this fact. of Wisconsin The high act as their hosts during the two days.
.Among the plays which Mr. Rice in- University of isnin.Theihighe!-Wives of the visitor and otherowmen
eludles in his repertoire are "Great Ex- y otlb-nuladna u- guests will be accommodated at the
pettots, 'arik, fd"h ly, monthly, 1)i-annual and annual pub-sorieswl
Rersnaie ao h anrpectations, David'Garrick ', and 'Telctost h soito. The om sororities and dormitories. They wil
Representatives Fav-or the UftrneN h ou" lications to the Association. The com-
ean of the Hourt.. mittee in charge will read these pub- be entertained .during their two day
- ---- 9toNmteei hag il edhs u- visit by the Women's League.
Count lications, and will issue short, snap- At b omnF s da ge
C6 At 8 o'clock Friday morning break-
Tpy criticisms In their monthly bul- fast will be served at the Union af-
EXPECT ANNUAL INCOME OF 0fl VL fIbHT I TV letin. ter which the tour of the campus will
E, APPOINTLLast May an Interscholastic press begin and continue
0ASKEI a"' 1 ER convention for high school editors was at which time Convocation will open
Lansing, March 13-y A. P.)-d here. Arrangmens e i in Hill auditorium. The Convocation
The house of representate .today e at h timi ceni address will be delivered by Governor
Th horuse ofhisrearretsenthativ psiestwllab
passed by a vote of 79 to 18 the War,- MAEDER, BECKER, COMPTON, ANl tiseafr, t wih tipizes withe Groesbeck.
KIMMICK NAFEI) AS . given for the best, publications submit- At10o'lcaerunhite
ner 2 cent gasoline ta bill. The .tax I AAt1:30 o'clock, after lunch in the
isexeteoaseua-ASSISTATSUnion, the legislators will resume
is expected to raise $7,000,ot annual- hcampus.which
ly to meet maintenance costs and in- Appointment of Ralph E. Wright. flctsTEAMSbn.rInicontinue until 6:00 when they:will re-
terests on highway bonds. '2,-na basketball manager for the sea- [ TIK I'T turn to the Union for dinner. At.8:30
The only test of strength on the son of 1923-1924- was made at a meet- o'clock they will go to Waterman gyroi.
{measure aside from the final vote was ing of .the Board of Directors of athY-; nasium to witness the basketball gineiz
an attempt by Rep. Edward W. Read letics held yesterday afternoon in ; IL IT fLI and athletic exhibition. This enter-
of Kalamazoo to make the level 1 Coach Yost's office. Lloyd J. Maeder. .3tainment was originally scheduled for
cent a gallon instead of 2 cents. Only '25E, Fred C. Becker, '25, Justin S. FINAL PRACTICE ,PRECEDES MID- Thursday night.
22 votes were mustered for the re'- Compton, '25,-Fred Kimmick, '25, were All events on tte program are sched-
duced .tax.. . chosen as assistants.EB uled on Eastern time.


M1y a ern~oUns nW 3UIUIV11,Ll
talks dealing with "Strain and Frac-
ture in Metals" and "Aluminum Al-
Dr. Rosenhain was influenced tc.
come to this country by the institute
of metals division of the American In-

. a

Extensive training over a consider-:
able period, a consciousness - of thea
profession as such, and the recognition
of a substantial amount of responsi-
bility to the cnmmunity, said Prof. Ed-
mund E. Day, head of the department
of, economics and business administra-
tion, at the all-campus economic smok-
er last night' in the Union, are the,
three essential factors which may be1
said to determine a profession. "To-
day, lusiness may lay a firm claim tc
such a professional status," he add-
Business is carving out a heavy cur-
iculum for its students and is making
hyeavier demands than ever before, said
Professor Day, but in doing so it isE
establishing itself as a profession of
the first rank. In conclusion, he said
"Anni Arbor, situatedsas it is in the
vicinity of what is destined to lbecom(
the leading business center of the1
country, is ideally located and with
the cooperation of all concerned Mich-
igan should become the*leading busi-
ness school i the United States."
Alfred Fisher, vice-president of 'th-'
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce, al-'
so gave a short talk in which he point-
ed out some of the conditions students
would encoufnter on entering a busi-
ness career.
Brussels, March 13-(By A.P.)-TheE
investigation magistrate has now for
trial 17 Belgian communists recently
arrested on the charge of plotting
against the safety of the state..
Many Belgian communists have been
arrested recently on charges of being
engaged in a plan to foment strikek
and promote agitation against the oc-
cupation of the Ruhr. It was alsc
held that they had been in communica-
tion with the German oganization and
that the money for the communist
campaign came from Berlin.
LithuanIan Want Mene -
Paris, March 13-(By A.P.)-The'
Lithuanian government has advised
the council of ambassadors that '
expects a decision of the council giv-,

stitution of Mining and Metallurgical
Engineers, in order that he might give!
the annial address at their convention!
recently held in New York. Dr. Ros-
enhain will also lect re in several oth-
er of the larger universities before his

retur to England where le is at iI "
head of the metallurgical department
of the National Physical laboratory, at UHIM ISAPPEAUS TOAY
Teddington, England.
There will be several luncheons giv- Theatrical material will constitute
en in honor of the British scientist the larger part of the issue of Chinmes
while he if in Ann Arbor. The depart- 'cmpus opinion monthly, that wil)
-amp-s opin-----t-y,-h-t--D

ments of chemistry, chenmical engin- be sold on the campus today. The Rep. Charles Evans of Tipton, one Q A c- mmttee has been appointed tc
cering, and physics wil hold lunch- number is a "Theater issue" and will of the chief advocates of. the bill,.! establish a tentative plan by which a
eons at which Dr. Rosenhain will be - contain articles on campus and world failed to convince Detroit members manager will be chosen to manage all Meeting head-on for the last time
the guest of honor. Dean George W" wide dramatics. when he denied that the gasoline tax the minor sports; hockey, golf, tennis. before the Mid-West league debate
Patterson of the engineering college? The cover is in three colors, and is ~
w gaeson givte a uen in t pllgoTcosn ftheacl was "proposed by the framers to swimming and wrestling. This man- Friday night, the affirmative and
wi al e nask force an additional tax burden on the ager will have numerous assistant negative Varsity debating teams will
which a hunted number of guests will with appropriate figures about it. cities of the state". under him who will work in the var- debate against each other at 4 o'clock
i~~~~~ite invtetldis istetsowein'.
e viLeading leading Te 13 Detroters voted against the ious sports, according to the proposed this afternoon in room 302 of Mason
While i the city he will be the guest New York are pictured in the frontis- bill claiming it was inequitable. De- plan. A discussion as to the advisa- hall. All person interested in hear-
of Prof. A. . White, of the chemical piece Two other full page photo- bility of appointing a tennis manager ing the various members of the teams
engineering -department, at his home troit, they declared, ril pay 50 p betro ponig ensnaagrigtevaiu ebrso h em
negraphs show theatricalnprogratcov- cto the da providing the proposed plan for nin- present their side of the question are
at 1417 S University Ave. ers and ticket shows of dramatic per- cent of the tax.. or sports' manager fails, was entered ;invited to attend
formances on the campus during the Representative Evans who is chair- Io rts an er a a en te attend
ma f h enrl aaio omi-into. 'Tennis has never had a man- The Mid-WC-6t debate this, year is
past 10 years. man of the general taxation commit- ager, a member of the team perform- the eighth annual contest between the
( jAvery Hopwood, '05, is the contribu-I tee. and engged in drafting the. geu n h u jo sc nteps. Unvriiso ihiaIlni n
STDNT C U.L E aslyai!
tor of one of the featured articles. In eral tax bill was unable to give as- Awarding of ensigniavo o'or0ite styleorb-i M to igithdstisosfn. MichigansIlntniaat
' his capacity as one of the country's surance that the enactment of the the hockey manager was left in the Wsconsi. Te Michigan negative
AT END ONENTION leading playwrites, he gives a number gasoline tax would lead to the reduc- hands of a committee. morning to meet the Illinois affirm
of "Scrambled Thoughts on the Dra- lion of the amount of highway bondstveemthrFrdyng.Wi
na and Other Things". to be issued during the comjng year N stive team there Friday night. Wbat-
Delegates from the Student council Fiction for the issue is supplie although be had insisted during the -g confn's negativeteamtrwill debate
will leave today to attend the Mid-Wesi through the two prize winning stories debate that the surplus funds would NOTED LUUITUII DIES against the Wolverine affirmative trio
Student conference. The convention in the month's short story-contest con- !be diverted tb concessions relieving - " Friday night in Hill auditorium. On
will be held at Northwestern univer- ducted by Chimes, "Futility" by Hel- ithe demand for issuing of honds. Syracuse, N Y., March 13-(By A. the same evening the Wisconsin af-
sity, Evanston, Ill., this year.- ene and "Under Their Skins" by Wal- -P.)-Dr. James Roscoe Day, chancel- firniative group will compete against
This is the third annual meeting o lce F. Elliott, '2. Another story dGet.Toter or emeritus, of Syracuse university the Illini negative trio at Madison,
the association. Delegates were pres- "The Inn of the Apples" by Jack Jay PS.byatris day will be celebrated died of pnuenonia tonight at Atlantic ws.
emt last year from more than 34 '25, is also used. - - Sy tricYou da le ceebrale City where he had been spending ' Prof. Edmund E. Day of the eco-
iiuinUnvriypiciegnr'lby the Young Peoples society of thePrfEdud .Daoftec-
schools, including University of Ala- The principle articles of general First Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock brief vacation.d
~mesyr- -Dr. Dy, anational figure, noted as inonics departmrent will act as judge
bamna, University of Chiicago, Kansas campus interest in the number are Friday evening In the church parlrs. ad cat, adertof gehod, a- for the debate here. United States
State university, Ohio State univer- "Fraternities at Michigan", by John aRefreshments will be served No ad- a educator leader of Methodism aua Ditict Judge Charles C. Simons, '98,
sity, the University of Wisconsin, and IBacon, '24; "The Stage I-lands Union"! mission will, be charged. thoad apublisher, was Si s He of Detroit will preside. The question
the University of Illinois. The dele- by Lincoln J. Carter, '23; and "Hard gisdion__i__wbencharged._yracof_.eHroitwilleesides e uestn
gates discuss all problems of student Water and Soft" by Wallace Elliott contracted influenza at the seashore to b- debated this year concerns the
activity. By exchange of ideas on such '23. TdD-resort and pnuemonia developed. I-ic
subjects as publications, athletics, and 'jwas stricken Friday night. labor disputes.
student governent at their respec-
live schools, the organization tries tc QTate PROF. LAVELRETURNS ILLINOIS
introduce improvements. PR F.L VL E U E U N

Thomas J. Lynch, '25L, and Walter
K. Schrer, '24, vice-president and sec-
retary of the council, will leave today
for Evanston having been elected by
the council to represent the Universityj
at the convention. The meeting will
last three days, Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday. The Michigan representa-
tives expect to return Sunday.

The Senior Medic dinner and sinok-
er will be held at 6:30 o'clock, tonight
at Joe Parker's. The dinner is in hon-
or of the heads of the departments of
the medical faculty and their assist-
ants, who will be the guests of the ev-
Dean Hugh Cabot will be the toast-

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