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THE WEATHER'
SO3ruWJ1 T COLDER~
TODAIN

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Vol. XXXIII No. 123 EIGHT PACES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH i, 1923 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVEI OEITS

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LORADO TAFT TO
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TUESDAYEVENING'
WELJL KNOWN ARTISTT (V
aAST LJ2CTITRE ON OR~ATUOR.-
ICAL SERIES
TOPIC IS "GLIMPSES OF ;r
A SCULPTOR'S STUDJ091O"

S4FNIOIIENGINEERS (C1O0SE
E STICKS Fl CANE4 j , DA's
Senior engineers have, chosen
the cane which is to be carried by
a ll member.;of their class this
sprring. It wil be finished in
dark eb)onlywith a bone f erruilo
jandl a plain silver bandl. They
will be of a lighter weight than
those chosen in previous years.
All members of the class are
urged to call at Wa ner's cloth-
ing store on State street to be
jmeasured for them as soon, as
j]possible, in or'der; that they mlay
Fe p) rocured inl time for Cane
(day.

ISLTOSBAKIs
IIN LANSING IA FTER{
INSPEUTIUN TUUR '
OF' LAlS'I' C4ROWXDED
CON 1)IIO18
Two COM1MITTEES WILL
RE-TURN LATER IN WEEK F i

Present Post-
Office GenerallF

Geneva, March 17-(B~y A.P.)
-"A swindle without prece-
dent", is the verdict just pro-
nounced by a Geneva court in ac-
counting for the disappearance of
the Hapsburg's crown jewvels.
Baron Stiener, a id-de-campx to
whom they were last intrusted
found himself beset with credit-
ors soon after the royal couple
had failed to regain the throne.
He negotiated with a trio of in-
ternational jewelers and sold the
jewels for which hie received
300,000 francs on account. They
passed over the border to Swit-
zerland and the Baron has re-
ceivedl not a sou of the balance
nor has he been able to locate the
gems, the jewelers declaring
they have been swindled b~y go-
betweens.

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MYSTERY OF IIAMPSUURO
*IELS STILL UNSfOLV ED

WOLVERINES TAKE CONFERENCE
MEET WlITHl SIX FIRSS;

Reputtd to BO One of Greoltesi' of
1 ofe Ion In ntire
(;oniry
Loi-ado Taft, well kniown Amer can
sculptor, will deliver the Last lecture F
on this year oratorical program onF
"Glirupees of a sculptor's Studio" at 8
o'clock Tucg'Aday nigh t in Till audi-
torium. His lectures will 1)e illstrat-
ed by models and Mr. Taft will evenl
do some actual modleling. on the plat-

ACUTE SITUATION
PREVAILS IN RUHFI

lloiIe andc Senate ("Aroups lo )Make
!c ,-eniiD e1tiled Survey of
p'nivearsity

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Practically all of the 125 members
)f he lcgislature who spent Friday
ozirinig the University, had returned
*x-i Lanusing last nighlt. 'rhe bearing
hat -their visit will have ulpon build-
ing grants to the University is hard
to measure, but from the remaiRks of
the groups as they passedi from one
bunildingr to another, their disapprov-
al of existing crIowded Cond~it ions5was
evident.
'omInnit CCs to Ret-aurn
Tih( rays andi meant. cominittee of
the hou;=e anml the finance committee
of tIhe senate, which were expected to
remain here yesterday to investigate
further liel needs of the University
GIii( #0.o1deliberat e upon 1the extent of

f 3rm.. w SEPARA TIS11,LEADER
Rleputed Great Sculptor I A''TIACK1F1 iti C('OLO NE
Statues baave been made by, Mr.
Taft In mny different cities and' YIsn ac 7-(yA . -T1
townls in. the country and ar. the pyres- I Esn ac 7--B .P)-h
ent tine lie is reputed to be one of* Ruhr is calmn but the pos.,ibility of a
Amica's greatf,3t sculptors. Trayv- sudden~ outbr'eak still ext :_ . Al-1
el and study in Europe and 35 years though. the newsp)pers declare the}
of rmarkble whivemets, f w i situation is more acute they do not
a recent. one was the completion of indicate any new source of trouble.
the vast "Fountain of Time" in Chi-'
cago, have supplied Mr. Taft with Coal is now being taken from two
many different experiences and bits of mines b~y the French; one of the
information from which to draw his mines; is near Essen and the other
lecture material.atBto.ThFrnh hv a-
Mr. Taft has been connected withatBtrp ThFenh av -{
thte Art Jn,titute of Chicago for more restedl several men in Dusseldorf onI
than 20 yeas as instructor in mnodel- the charge of sabotage. They are ac-j
ing and as a lecturer,.lie is profes- cused of tampering with the tele-
sorial lecturer on the history01f art graph system.
at the 11niversity of Chicago and non- S1 ottiai, Cfotrers;y t(!otinutes
residers" profe '501 of art at the Ufni- Tecnrvryoerr_1osblt
versity of Illinois. He is a memberTecnrvryovrrsosblt
of the Nationa~l Sculpture society, of for the shooting of the two French-
the National acadenW. o(A thD Ameri-; men at Buier last week. is still pro-j
can Institute of Arts and Letters, an 1 cc 0dir',. The Germans have p~roducedl
honorary member of the American In- I witnesses who a'Yer tlie asswalantsj
s~itute of Architects, and is one of:-were French deserters but. the
the board of art advisers for the state F rench state the bullets were from
of Illinois. revolvers such as are used by Ger-
Has "Done Many Works t: in security police.
The recent works of Mr. Taft in-
elude: "The Blind", a group inspiredI Attachk Sepuraflst
by Maeterlinc's dramat of the same Cologne, March 17-(By A. P.)__Jo-
nonte; the &"Columhums Memorial Foun- I s;eph Smreets, the well known Sep-

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Groiut B. Mill1er
Grant B. Miller seems to be the gov-
rrnmcnt's official "acting postmaster."
:Miller was acting postmaster of Cleve-
iand for several months while Repubr-
licatns thrashed out the question as to
wvho was to succeed William Amrphy
Demo(crat. Then, as soon as the Cleve-
land situat ion was str-aightened out,
i Miller was rushed to Chicago to be
successor to Postmaster Lueder, who
r~esigned to seek the mayor's office.
CORNEL'S RECEPTION
PLANARECOM LE

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j th e a ro r ,t o =w i h w l beran ted , w ill , retu "-n lli 'e r in th is
week. The f'inance commit tee may
not rcturn vitb the house committee
but the, Latter has planned definitely
to make- another (lotailed survey of
the Unive-rsity's needs th latter part!
of this week..

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TO VE; ' ~It ofMck iICL'TIAVO UUI..l'kit I U'Zs Is,
considered important, as the result BANOUET ICKETS WILL ADIT1
of their decisions regarding the Un -i- IIOLDES TW TRACK.
versity's program will carry x ebiht #3ET
when. the proposed approprniations
are put to a vote in the legislature.{ Reception by the Union of the Cor-
The membe~r: of the ways and meansIF nell tracksmen, to be held Saturday
committee, which will come here this eeigfloigteltcia-o
week axe: Nelson G. Farrier, George nell track meet here has been fully
S. lBarnard, Howard F. Baxter, t'eter arranged for by the committee. Tick-
13. enno, Eward B. ',iawa I ets for the reception,: which is to be
R. LenonEdwar D.1Manwgrlt, formal and is to consist of a lunch-
I~gvrl IV.n...nMln V11I~

Fred B. Wells and Wa rren 1). By-I be on sale at the main desk in tha
rum. , Union lobbly. The price is $1.50 each
110spit-41I Condit ions lDeploraie Prof. Ralph Aigler, of the Law
To many, the conditions in the: school, is to give the address of 'wel-
University hlospital were deplorable, come, wvhile Mlajor John Griffith, corn-
One representative :aidl : "I hiadl no missioner of Conference rathletics,, will
itc.- pn ,r v erwdo .nd nrovon ntdeivvr n adresAol asubiiietof hir',

Walter K. Towers, '10, Detroit news-
paperman and former editor of tli
( American Boy, will speak at the first
regular meeting of the Students'
i Press clubi this semester at 6:15 o'
clock Tuesday night in the Charle-
voix cafe, 615 East Liberty street. The
t (dinner which was to have been held
last Tuesday was cancelled due to the
illness of Mr. Towers who was silied-
uled to talk.
The address by Mir. Towers will la
preceded by a banqiuet and will he fol-
i lowed by the regular business meeting
of the club. At the present time Mr
Twers is the editor of "Concrete",
a financial magazine. Ile has had con-
siderable experience in the newspaper
' feld and will talk on some feat ure'
of journalism that will be interesting
to students studying newspaper work
All. persons who.lpurchasedl ticket:
for, the banquet last week may use
thesie for the dinner Tuesday ulghT
Tickets will be on sale at the Uni-
versity~ of Michigan league booth ir
F University hall' until Tuesday noon.I
IDLUNTEER UNION ENDS
STHREE DAYCONFERENC
C'ONC'ERT IN HILL AL:IITORtIIUM
WViILL BRZING SESSION

HLINKL HLAKS H5U HLUUHU'
VetranCoa h IFARREWLS MEN PILE UP 41 12
F POINTS; ILINOIS SEC 0"'
Captures Title WEITH 21 1.
HUBBARD IS HIGH MAN
WITH FIRST AND THIRD.
Ties Conference -ark In 40 Tat
. l~~Dsh and Takes 't'hIirdln
ti r !High Hurdles'
# (Special to The Daily
Evanston, March 17.-Taking first
-place in six events and totallng 4
and 1-2 points' Michigan overheln-
ed all opposition and decisively ear-
ned the Western , Conference' indoor
track title in Patten gymnaumn here
Illinois, , with but one first plae,
trailed a distant second with 21 12
points. Iowa came third with 16 12
_.- M-MChicago scored 13, Northwestern 8,
Steveni J. I~'arrell Purdue 4 1-2, Ohio 2, and W'isetonsn 1.
lihig'sveeantrc mntrIndiana . and Minnesota failed t
icinsveea trc metr place..
!whose well balanced team won the THbard Wins DshR
indloor conference championship last Hubbard, of Michigan, furnished
night in Patten gymnasium. Coach the biggest surprise 'o the entire pro-
Farrell has developed two chan- gram by downing the vanted ' Ayes
pionship teams this year and with the of Illinois in the 50 yard , dash? tie-
outdoor ineet at Ferry field should ing the conference mark of 5 2-5 sec
Fmake a clean sweep of the confer- jonds and made himself high Mcigron
ence.I scorer with a third in the' 60 yard high
Fhurdles. d l
OPERA J U D G I N G mleiunin 1:58 was expectedbt
COMMITTFE WORKS was none the less thrilling and in te
twomil Isel. fnised20 yyards i-
0ON 1 92 4 P LOT S head of Scott, of Illinois, althoughi
he 'failed to - s a h, the °existig
Uinmar:.
Sixteen plots for next year'sUio Michigan took first ad second in
opera were submitted to the Opera the 'shot put when an.thO den rnand
judging committee .at its first meeting Blindes came th'uht °or~
heldFridy nght t te Unon. with a heave of 43 feet,' Mc lren
heldFridy nght t te Unon. and Smith did likewise in the high
The committee, which consists of jump although the latter wa; forctdl
Prof. 0. J. Campbell and Prof. L. A. to share honors with Pece 'of PU-
Strauss, of the. Englishl department, due. McEllven's height was 6 fet,
*prof. H. A. Kenyon, of the Romance 10Inhes.l al rokrsi1
languages department, D. Ii. Hanes, 12 fet 6 inches for first place. Prs-
of the journalism department, and E.setokfuhinhevltad4
Mortimer Shuter, director of Mimes tenoiilrf third in the haltmle, coit~
drarnatic.., w~ji rectall thue lt p lat ing' the Wolverine scorig, sve
for the relay in. which the Mlhig~n
submitted, andl will determine whichquretokscn afr' .inls
of, them can be used Only those plots fourth runner had fallen on a turn.
Iwhich, in the judlgment of the com- Witano"ihg~ efre
mittee, have no possibilities of pro- noteworthy feat in the yarda
duction, will1be eliminated. The names p-einiiaiesbyteirgte 25se-
of the successful authors will he an- nd mark but was eliminated n the
nounced at the next meeting of the sm-ias
committee, which is to be held Tues- In the opinion of ;the = press bt
c lay afternoon, sages the Michigan rsk team that
FAfter the plots have been selected fashed to victory tonight is one of
'their authors will proceed to com- the greatest collegiate field agrega-
plete their books, 'which must be tions of history.
handed in by May 1. In this work they The summary:
will be allowed to work alone or with 50 yard dash won by. Hubbard,
"ssistants selected by themselves. Michigan; second, Ayers, -Illinois;
The committ~ee wishes it understood third. Tykle, Purdue; °fourth, Brok-
that no arbitrary attempt will be ins, Iowa. Time: 5 2-5 seconds. ,(Ties
made to force anyone into a group. the Conference record)
!All men who are interested in writing One mile run won ibr Krogh, Chio-
the usicfor he pera andwhogo; second, Noll, Iowa; third,; Wells,
themusc or he pea, nd hoIllinois; fourth, KfatriclR Oho.
were not present at. the meeting of Tne :125
the music-writers hld Wednesday, Two mile run won by j>bell Mchi-
should attend tfle second meeting to Ign eod ctIlnI;tid
be held at 4 o'clock Thursday, in' Phelps, Iowa; fourth, opurke Chi-
room 304 of the Union. E. R. Meiss, go. Time: 9 minutes, 45 '3-5 ' se-
'23, who wrote the music for "In and , onds.
Out", and Farman 0. Brown, grad.,' 440 yard dash won Ly agp,
author of the music in the production 'Northwestern; second, Sweet, J"llt-
t"~ the year before, "Make It :for nois; Wilson, Iowa; ;fourth, Suts,
Two", will address this meeting. Illinois. Timge: 52 2-5 seconds ."
____________60 yard hurdles won by Briekman,
Students Arrested Chicago; seconl, Crawford, owa;
Intent on keeping stolen rides on third, Hubbard, Michgan; fourth
street cars to a minimum, the local Johnson, 'Illinois. Time: .:07 45 sec-
police force arrested four students nds.'
within the last three days.. All were Ihalf mile won by Reinke Michi-,
released with a reprimand. . gan; second, Telford, Northwestern;
third, attendor, Michigan;: fourt,
Vallely, "Wisconsin. Time: 158.
COBBLE POETCELEBRTES j(B3peaks record of 1:58' 2-5 held'Oy
F COBLE POT CEEBRTES Yates, Illinois)
F SIXTIETH BIRTHDIAY TODAY ' -Shot put woni by Van Orden, Michi-
f1 ToaD.ToasLvlT gan; second, Hinde, icigan; thrd,9
Toda, D. Toma Loell T. Shintbauer, Illinois; foufthi, Cough-
N. T., celebrates his sixtieth t in Illinois and Dane, ow, tied. Dis-
Fbirthday. Born in Northamp- f stance 43 feet.'

Ftonshire, Ejngland, he began a j High jump won by McEllven, Mich-
Fpugilistic career at the age of 12. ia;scn Smtilhgn ad
FTwo years later he became a poet. igaen;ceconuduSmtMic orhightn~
FEunmigrating in 1907 he landed Pecuretd;orjWig,
Fat Quebec and wandered through Illinois. Height 6 feet 3-10 inches.
FCanada to Windsor where' he met ( Pole vault won by' Brook~er, Mliclij-
Ia Michigan student and was per- ( gan; second, Collins and Brownel,
Fsuaded to come to Ann Arbor. Fi both of Illinois; tied; fourth Prosser,
F Dr. Lovell inq'uires, "Am I1 Michigan. Height 12 feet 6 inches.

twin", a.t Washington, D. C.; the "Sol- aratist leader, was seriously wouindled urateowUcveshy hospzcitews.I owncoc.To
itude of the Soul", at the Art Institurte {tcaday by an unidentified assailant who =always {supposed that it was the big- j'23L, is to be the t'
of Chicago ,and the: "Fountain of the F ec.apedl. M-s secretary was killed F g est and best hospital in the. state! reception. The ente
Great Lak.Ies", adjoinnrg; the "Wash-i in the attack. The assa.ult occurred 'I'll tell yot I wouldl nev'er waint to consist of quarte~ie
ington Monum 7ent'",t at Seattle, Wash.; in 'Smeets' office, the stranger open- edon fm fml erFI' numbers, and popult
"fllackh.awk" and " Ogle County Sol-, ink; ire as coon as he, entered the '!d#sJrnJofhnson, J3.
dliers' Memnorial'", at Oregon, Ill.; the room. }dsrefr. h ikt o h
The bga-emnnt of Tappan hall, where Thtiksfote
"Thatcher Memorial Fountain", at For several yeapts Smeets has been the School of Education class rooms I as admitting their hi
D~enver, Coo., and "The Fountain of a strong advocate of secession of the i Iielct~ m~es~ h eiltr fet luncheon will ac
Time'", on the Midway IFlaisaance, Clhi- Rhineland from Germany. lHe has a eigto'd I n co ld. tac t.lyteo
cago. been described as president of the ;T'hie conomnics building, the Museum I getingacuinytedon
As anl author, Mr. Taft ha~s publish- autonomist party, of the Rhineland an h om n nvriyhllas. etngaqaneT
ed th History of Anmerican Seniujturo", and recent' dispatches giving th were condemned by those who spoke Coneswll bhic hert
:Ldanother work, six lectures on views of secessionists that a Rhine- their opinions, denilla the re
"Recent Tendencies in Sculpture". In land republic was not a remote pos- rive__ny here until late
ho9. i lectured for six months to sibihity indicated that those behind F 'Fnoon, and must leave
ner.- of the merican EXpedi- ; the movement had decided upon . RRP I[AT ~'1I reception.
ticonry force"' at Beauine an'd Bellie- j Smeets as the republican provisional UBIIIiLIhdIIIH
vtie, Franc. ';' res.ident..
SHIFTED TO MARCK 26PLYERS CLUB

as I. Underwood
tastinaster, at the
ertainmient Is te
e and orchestr~.
tar song's by John
reception, as wel1
folders to the buf-
admit them to the
liy opportunity of
with the men from
be offered to stu-
reception Saturday
skmen will not ar-
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"eague ouse rueaas uondemn
linp rson tions O 'Loe Ki'The date of Madame Clare, Cl em-.
Impe so a ' + Of on e idd ns'first. song recita which wasj
scheduled for Thursday evening of this
Practical faking in the way of in their search for the genuine "Lone ;week ha~s been chianged to the fol-i
im~personating the' "Lone Kid", erst- Kid", who, it is assumed, is still at F lowing Mond,:y, Mtarch 26, according'
while league house burglar, as~sumi re . t~o officer., of the Matinee Musicale'
such proportions yesterday as to re- 'tunder whose auspices the singer is to
delve the condemnnation of the heady OQATU M Tfl PR IDcTr I give sevlen concerts illustrating the!

PERFORMANCE TUESDAYI
Players club's second1 presenltation1
of the semes~ter wil be offered. at
7 4:,0 o'clock Tuesday evening in Sarahi
Caswell Angell hall wvhen two one
act plays will be given. The first will;
be Jones' "Thle Goal", under the di-
rection of Ross Taylor, '24, and it will

TO A CLOSE
Yesterday proved the b~usiest foy
delegates to the third annual confer-
ence of. the Michigan student volunteer
union which closes today after a three
dlay session. The program included
'the regular nmorning, afternoon and'
fevening meetings,,both denomination-I
{ al and by delegates, as well as a touit
' of the campus.
I150 Delegates Attend I
EDelegates to the number of 150 froi:., j
all over the state are here for the con-
vention. Hope college has the larg;-
est delegation with 40. Other large
groups represent Michigan Agricuil-
tural college, Albion, Calvin school
of Grand Rapids, Normal school forF
jPhysical education at Battle Creekls
andl other state schools.I

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wonen's houses. WiUn i 1 I U tJUM IVLIL historical development of modern beflowdb "The Mandarin Copt",
Yesterdlay morning a girl it the song., It has also been found near;g- iledrctdbIhodsaBr
argill league house on Division ' -,1iiuu il (ontlest to bfe Feld Fridiay sIary to change the date of the secI ton, '2:3.
Yilt - '- Student groups have been rehears-

street arose early, put her roont in
obvious disorder by scattering th~a
dolitents about and finished by.
scrawling the name "Thre Lone Kid"
ox the mirror OU her dresser withi
a cake o~ soap, in true lone kid style.
The result was at par -with her ex-
pectat,ons. Ecitement reigned until
the joker admitted her early morning
trepAof.ions.
Last- night a practical joker, at-t

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andt concert from April 2 to April 3.

The 3rdannal ratricl cntet IWith these exceptions, Mille. Clem-.
The 3rdannul Oatorcalcon estls z' icitals will occur regularly on;
of the University will be held at 8 a'- Monday .evenings until six have been,
clock Friday night in University hall. given. The (late of the finial concert
Five speakers will give orations which! in the series has not yet been deter- .
have been written by themselves. ;mined. All will 1)e given in Patton-.
These five persons have beetl-selected gill auditorium.
FTickets for the entire course of,
from the various class contests heldF concerts are priced at $2 and may be
recently, More than 30 persons orig- ! obtained at Wahr's, Orahanz's and;
inally tried; out for the contest. From Slater's book stores. Single admis-
those two were chosen from the sen-' sions will be 75 cents.

ing in the club v~
a month for this
the supervision of

Stewart,
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of Amos MV

one, department.
S pring I

wrkshop for' over ; V~ 1 4J' 1I J44a.OI.' I
performance under F cluded among the speakers, perhaps
Dr. eorg R;the most, eminent of whonm is Dr. Paul
Dr. Gl eoarget. Harrison of Arabia, a medical mis-
aglsh elatmet.sionary home on furlough and travel-
umes have been.I ing for the Student volunteer union I
also, under the di- He addressed several meetings of 1
Mornis, of the rhet- University medical students yesterday
morning.
4 Mr. Samuel Zwkmer, author and
'missionary to Arabia; Rev. Marion B.
Hall, just back front Japan; Mr. E. J
saHere! Wt eeks, lately returned front China:
Mr. Paul Hlutchinson, of the Chines(
missions; and Mr. R. B. Lon gwell, act-
ing candidate 'secretary of the Baptis'
:be nicer than I Board, are other speakers at the con-
n these, bright. 1ference.
or go to sleep Aims to, Proitiote Friendship
-moon evenings The purpose of the gathering is

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tired in a "Lone Kid" makce-up stroll- 1f1' ciass, two firom the junior and

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ed down. the corridor of a girl-,' dor-
miltory, with such realistic bravado
that, one of the girls became hiysteri-i
cab as a r esult of her fright.

one from the sophomore. Cabot W~ill GiveI
R. W. Brown, Spec., K. F. Clardy Iy
"251., Gerrit Demmink, '23, E. T Talk To Mvedics;
Ramnsdell, '23, and F. 11. Skinner, '214

and what could
to wake uip or
fresh mornings,
on these big full.

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