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tXXXI'V. No. 106





BROTOSEK .Lee Declares European Living ieIFAIF ECRTIN1FDRA0ROP
B F R FR S M N"'I ~ nconceivable tht the Amnei Academic, an organization of bank- CONTRACT AW ARD E DOWN REBEL I N
aappreciate thte trrible living con- dining halls at the universities. But f j
' "dtoswhich eito h continent thesee not in any es adequate!
of_____Europe,'ad lre Lee, o h n r lasin great nedforan
LY~, 2"WL PEI; modern language department, who help which the students of America AINLC OR PJNED S14I)I NIW4U)I S1j(f
SECOND) ADDRESS BYjlat1inuer in making atour o thlRur Invasion PRE1%)OMI~NA lI'1( SHEME (i. OFF lIRI' 'LSh IN
PRESIDENT! universities of Berlin, Liepsig and "Conditions were made considerably OF TESiGC\ VE!IIA R'Z
H-eidleburg, in (ermiany.! worse with the forced closing down o
"ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE "To anyone' who had any acquaint most o the factories because of the! COMPANY DESIGNATED TRAINS RUSY FORCES
HEAD IS OTHER SPEAKER mice with the continent before the lat]Ituhr invasion and resultant dim-i MADE. HOP BEAU.T1IFUL TO SCENE OF ACTION
war, such conditions are unbelieve c ulties The factories had been the
t~rons ToholdSepaate eelli able, while to the average Americant main means of support for the stu- * he
Grous T Hol Searat fetlt g.one Who has never lad the opportunity Idents many of them w~orking fo' two istrntiouvii1 h~led lofieiraierniles i( Drt artini Spells DIanpof he
After General Gathering In of visiting the foreign strand, it is weeks and then studying for the fol- I Hazving Arranged For Booths i Isurgent Chiefs (aptured
Assembly Hall quite natural to believe that most o~ lowing two weeks. Now there is no At Field House li Fight
Ithe reports received are exaggerations employment, no source of income andi
President M. L. Burton will address, to be taken with a grain of salt. I onditions are, far worse than a year Contracts for the decorations of theE Vera Cruz Feb. 25.--(By AP)-The
a meeting of all members of the fresh- "Much of the distress is to be found ago. Union air which will be held MarchJ rebels lost 150 men dead and wounded
man class at 7:30 o'clock tonight in in the ranks of the retired professors "The foreign student relief drive is nt~ otfedhuehv ndtrerblcif eecpue
the Assembly hail of the Union, The [who before the war were living inI therefore a great movement for thean
subject of his talk has been announcedi the comfort of an adequate income good of all humanity, and deserves the been let to the Johnson Flag and De-# court martialed and executed when
as "The Freshman's Choice." and who now actually find it hard to( hearty approbation and support of the; corating company of Detroit, the same{ General Anacet Lotez defeated a re-
This will be the second ime this earn enough to pay the smallest billsI students of not only this University firm that executed the J-Hop decor- volutionary command today at Taso
yerthat President Burton has ad- The students are in large measure but of all the universities and colleges'iain hsya.Acrigt hi eI acoi h tt fVr
dressed an assembly composed entirely being taken care of by the Miensa of the country." plan of decorations for the fair the' Cruz. Two federal officers were kill-
offrtyear men and it is expectedf
that his address will take the form of IN field house will be entirely dressedI ed.
edatthNbginigUfCh seod e' S R OT 0GIE AM U IL E R blue for the occasion. at Atoyac yesterday, but were driven II ILF
inester. Wide srp of red andwhtca-1ofbtetriguds
Atteregular annual freshman as- fTf vas will hang from the balcony cor- GnrlTtt n oenrTj
sembly, held early in October, 'Presi- My eerll tt aa GvrnrI
ii p1 etel y rroundling h neiro arrived last night with 1,000 men in
dtheB rweshoman,150 withbeslthe field house. They will ~,separate svnniiaytais
addrhessn "ThefTestof ansitioan! ,the booths in which fraterity side ;ee ii~;tris
adeo"The Ting t o T aseionhedJ A. iill;Ide of Euuineencing College Assemubly (aled in Preparation For shows will be held from the rest of 'Phis is the first big engagement that
under the auspices of thie Freshman Will IN t Be Reappointed z Opening ,Of Univerity Drie the field house.habenfutbtwnfdrlad
Activities committee of the Union I9Next blul bacogroundswBllebefgivegrthed'Mexican fracas developed.
which has charge of organizing the D A blue R71Eti HADb ackgroundawillve gocs ien theI-
,first year men into groups for various 11131S EAIT3ET ED UTON I5 FIRST SPEAKER. otsta aecnesoso h
activities. Franklin R. Smith, 2i" IEFUJSED STATEME iNT OlF FACTS AT STUDENT AID GATERING sale of candy and other articles. This fl lG HE I A M T
chairman of the committee, in a talk( - f___ background will act;as a contrast toIf
following 'President Burton's addresk J. A. Salade of the ipathematics (Io By pernmissioni of the Deans given th re an wiecnvsht il'V U
tonightp willrooutlinehtheotplans for
sprigth iltiwhchthe pac omnmittepartnment.of the engineering college, iyesterday afternoon a general as- cmakengupothe dfro t ortimpboots.a- 1iTfi
hsrdrgawnhu.lt er ic the'assemlytee will not be appointed to the faculty sembly of students and faculty mem-;, Wooden posts to se arate the booths I l V u
~exyaanacrntoi elrvarious groups :will hold' their sep-nxyarndccintoselr- bers will be held at 7 o'clock next will be placed at intervals of 13 feet - IL
arate meetint"gs. 'The freshmian Far Iation has been leliutd a statement of Thursday night in Hill auditorium to' around the entire field house. They
committee will also meet at this time the reasonis for his dismissal by the learn about the conditions n Europe iibepntdncrcsolsadIit SneIvetainofls
rIii room 306. . . head of the mathematics department in ' a clowns head will be mounted on Deartmlent Wiitout
of heinths oleg, ro. leanerZiet i preparation for the European th top of each one.,iy ea
Thomasfirmation 'f24hepresidentnr edhptiie hc wl e About the balcony American flags
Uknion, Will; preside at- the meetingAcnimto f h neto o launched on the campus the next day
an intodue'reslidet Burton.,lie to appoint Mr. Sallade to next year's 1 will be draped. Michigan pennants and ,LET7TER 7TO WILLIS TELLS
'will also hte thie opportunity to wet- :faculty was given last night by Pro- oof Preside Marn atBton i l beeig the colors of the school will also be ,TR FIVETET
come ithe' new men among the fresh-I fessor Ziwet. It was announced. used on the balcony.
moen 'to the Union. Popularity of his classes is given'IN cnriuioswilbeake tCrus Posters! Washington, Feb. 25.-(By A. P)-
______________by Mr. Sallade as the cause of the thistri tonsmileecided the In front of the bootlhs in which the Attorney General Daugherty publicly
troublebwhechhgavemrisetetoetheep.esent side )sows are beig,. eld.,"sigs paint- acknowledged l y hth a el
,purposeof the maeetingx'Is to enlighe;
rY~U O r situation. Enrollment in hIs classes h dns . a ;th ed in circus colors and in a, style: in Sinclair 'oil 'stock blefore and "since
LI~LPVi~tL kew o lrgetha Prf. .tReRnn- om e nsEur oe need of; idisimlilar to circs posters will be hung. hle ettered the cbine', declared lie
XTM O E Ing loo"h mteaisdprt " 2'woC. J." Cruickhank;, of -Detrot, veteran,,had never hisused ffical infrmnation
j j ment' who is!in charge'of the rotine iunokig. afc,]i ln thir _tug~m- ",r
NT TOI ;'of tieclass enrollment informed outbl ificteeroutiin pfo iinr h o w~non aredout105" wl.:%~ilihgness to submit all the facts ml
Sal~ethatit woeutdmbe lieciessaraid ,gbert;H. Is- tthese signs. 'hey whi be used. ;any investigation the senate might{
wildbt h o end some of the mn en out. Ibel,26L, chairman of thle executive. to. advertise the contents of the Boothe order.
Six iiidethe . . x..,fM, aaabeivommthtte iei te."o hac moll e ereon which they arebhng. In an openthlettenr to Senator Willis
Peace plan tomorrow lgh ntietn- o alae evi; ta ie ieaking speakers t cime hemethuris-
vesiy§xenp'e fthe' sec- 0 pfhi5 classes would in' no way fitter- i. Wlker "Everett. 26'. will work i4ith . epublidfn. Oio, iM., Daughety said]
ondt seme tle. -Contest:,.day,,ho. ,are national authorities ttn on and ii i 'ole ?icli sokbfin-,
ndneeie,.Each contestant will tr it;i tahngddnot comply 'tie condlitionsin ithe Old. World ''M.Crikhmi neectn heeh buh soe iicar'tokbfr
ai'eo h ihteode;weeuo rfso posters. Fraternities will be asked hle becamme Attoni enea, n fn
tcassigneda certain phase o h ihte reweeupnPoesrt iesad of the r~lief work gin., on to send representatives to the Mimes ally 'suffered a l ss of $28 a shae.!
situation at 5 o'clock tomorrow after- Ziwet into both sections of tie in-; there."
noon, leaving him thtree> hours to pre-; structor's class and attempted to The nation-wide campaign for tie' theater dluing tie first three dlays { Six month after Teapot Domee was
paehssttk "end part of tihe students to anothiei of next week to wVork out their e- 'eased to te Sinclair interests he sold!
pare is atack.I sudent relief is being carried on by
The ~ men picked] to debate are: I. Fl, sectioni under a ,different instructor.;, pective plans. Everett will talk with part of his stock in an effort to re-{
Eliot '6 H B ise, 25,.1 on-The students refused to leave, all of tie larger universities of thel the reresentatives on te signs to! coup his losses. Later he b)ought
umawtn, '2, It. E.rysr, '25E;11. opin- Ls Tusayaco1n t icoutr. Maay of tie eastern Coll- be used and tuin over the ideas to the 'back the same amount at a slightly
tha, A. Stern, '26, and M. 'Whitcomb statenment of Mtr Sallade lhe was call- gshaeara~ sbcie iea painter, who will stay in Ann Arbor, lower 'price and finally sd last fall
'2.AvSwe 'aniL Gosn d to Professor Ziwet's office. "Yo funds. Michigan and Minnesota are during this time. The Union will pay his entire Sinclair holdings
A. awer 6 nd ..Gosored ot lunhin botagn thslauncor hemiaitigibt hearteriteiThnltte tsoaiserdwhageko
'26wil atialaterats.'Tiesj al'telrnatbereppintd tTthefc-'nc chei uiwill ntotor heJbeiinrbutthpfrteiiteseheleteraloheswredchrge'o
estiib eetdtoitm ~bi mt el ard ie~ea fIim a ndotee-nvesi'e .e akngupmust buy the canvas that xil be used.'failuie to prosecute former Secretary j
tisewideabin'theectedtfr'mAtbookletiof instructionstto heater- Fallatdwardt1e iDoammevthHarrytF
speaking faculty anid tihe members of 'matics 'departmment. "You are im- Terle okti erwl e Abolto ntrcinIofae-FlEwr .Dhe ar
Delta; Sigma Rhio, honorary debating {possibe!" Later ini the week, Mr.1 camried on mainly in Russia where titresadgophvigiehwsSnl rndCresRFrbfr-
fraternity.. The discussion will takej Salide says lie requested a statementcndto tthprst'ieisad at the Fair will be maled today. JI-em (irector' of the veterans bueau.
place iin University H-al It. has been of the reasons for his dismissal from tob'h motptiu ieciti structious on planning booths, enter- Mr. Daugherty pointed out that at his
(nmune.Professor' iwet woanisvei'ed Ameicnsil; ru ig floats in the parade that will pre- ! suggestion action against Fall, Dohn-i
annoeMa, n heAkisomeirirqescbawonismoney wl give a student.cd h Fi.adsimiar matters ey and Snclair was eft to a special
frttreno sdae clrigenotwl"gton,' aAi usi, tissid ime Ipbe explained in this book. ,'"government counsel while proceedings
contest, those who win the first three. other needs of these students will bae _ _-
places Wednesday will compete with Such action is looked upon by Mr.I outlined Thursday night. against MIr. Forbes had been initiated,
the tlfree winners fromi last semester's ,ald sa'rs misic"t i- It is urged by the committee that sohicteago.bfr agad1uya
contest for a first prize of $5i0, ac- I sl slewilfnci dfiutt ar us organizations have them, dinMbli.N' Chcao
copne ya gold medal, and a iany satisfactory explanation tofu-am s iILJliI1 The Atorne General added that hre
ompniedbyHers early that night so th t all
second prize of $25. This annual con- tune employers. He declares that all 1,11n1 , r1n never' had given any opinion oral o'
~ ~ ~~.mnm b e ll m y , att ed e n.tst h s'of o nd d as a m e o ihego d co l g e e m nTa ea t afttel
'test ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~,jh haWenfudda. enoilgo olgsdemn tlatasae nnKell y att ed e n ofithe jffl Tttn'?egrdngthTlealtyofth
to Maurice .Atkinson, ,'22, ,who was i ment of reasons for leaving a previous tudentlcouncilg policbe andihad noofnow]-__
kMilled in an accident during his sen- ?position. Students in his classes have! teueetcoinlMicignli bett egeof''te ngotatonsunil he
ion year at ;the 'University.I assured him of their backing in his1 ' Declaring that Mcia s.bte were concluded. He urged that the
demad, e dclaes.than' the Pacific Coast unversitieS as senate inquiry' into his department be
i ;i i it ! n nr<nnrnri* 1 . n fur'th std and investga conducItOelwithut tdelay; ut that he


In Tax Bl ih


DIoyle 'ages Three Baskets and f
Ste llar Guaonrd Game; Foul s
slow 17P, Game_

Representat ive Johni N. Gar'ner'
Democrats in the H'ouse are giving
their efforts toward Making other im-i
portant, changes in tihe Mellon taxf
plan as a result of their victory in in-
serting amendments of Representative
John N. Ganer of Texas, into the bill
now being fought out.

Special to Tihe Pally
Iowa City, Iow a. Feb. 25.-:Michigan
scored a second victory over Iowa last
night in a. well contested game 'on
Iowa's floor here. With Iowa scoring
the fli'st three points, thme two teams
ran evemnly during the first half, the
!period ending with the honors divided.
Rapid play and excellent basket shoot-
ing pushed Michigani into time lead in
the second half, amid despile the des-
perate attenmpts of the Hawkeyes to
overcome the lead, the Wolverine ag-
gregation held the advantage until the
final gun.
IHendei'sonm started the Michigan
scoring whmenm le dribbled past his than
for two baskets early in the game. The
entire .Michigan five was in splendid
working conditioni. Doyle playing time
hest ganme of his career, and the whole
team coordimmited perfectly. Excess-
ive fouls slowed up tihe game consid-
erably during the last half, and Michi-
Igan lost an opportunity for establish-
ing a greater lead by missing nine
chanmces from tihe foul line.
Janse of Iowa showed good form on
long shots, his 'basket'fromi the center
of the floor tying! the score at the
Eend of time first half.
ILaude rf ......0111
Janse If........... 1

Increase In

Estate or Inheritance

Taxes Voted Into Revenue
E ~ Measure Yesterday
Washington, Feb. 25.---(By A. P.)-
Aim increase in the estate or inheri-
tance taxes was voted into 'the rev-

combination of Democratic and Re- ;J Fenenstcn 2..... 20 0
publican Insugenmts forces. Another Hicks rg ........... 1 1
proposal of time coalition-a gift tax- Speed ig '.. .. ....0 2' 0
was before tihe house when it ad-. Dulim lg ............... 0 0 2
jonured.' IICH iG,1N' B F P 1
Both anmendments were-'attacked by, Haggerty rf 2 3 1
organization Republicans., The estate H lendlemson. i1@ 2 3:2
tax' increase, raising the rates all ' Doyle c ., . 31' 3
along tHie line -on the same barackeats Deng rg. 2 1 3
as now contained. in thme law to a maax- K~ipke 1,, .. .0 ' 1-0
C mmo 0 e et"nteaon e rebre which .the estate of a decedent ex.'
ceeds $10,000,000,' instead of the' pres-
ent 25 per cenit rate, wvas adopted
About six. Deimocrats piesenit votd A AL A AD M
against time estate: tax anmendmnent
wvhich was supported by about 30 Re-MA BE OV
Spublicans, including Chairuman Gi'eenM1umMo l
onl divisionm vote.
IAn anmendnment also was votedh to Iio:mrd Coiisiders Ch nge In Locati
allow credhit for' estate taxes paid to Of Annapolis School
states up to 25 per cent of the tax to { licago
leii i y the feder'al goverment._____
IRepublican organization leaders re- I;E.C'ISION NOl1 IN hAND)S
maned hopeful of a compr'omise oin ?OF SE rAYO A
I the income rates when a tinal v'ote!
is taken on the bill notwithstanding Chicago, Feb 25.-Tshe removal
the comntintued coalition of Democrats ; the post-graduate school o fthe Uni'
and insurgents.1 States 'Naval' academy froms Annapo
to some other place, probablyt
E Presen t Sullivan { niiversity of Chicago, is being cn
em'ed' by'a lboard of four officers,
l; Opea Thi Weekpointed by the Navy department..
t1 ~cording to late reports, a'decision1



"H. Al. S. Pinafore" will be present_!,beeirechedi favor'abi~le to theLWv1
ed b tim umuica orgnizaion of the school to Chicago.
Anndborthe ischo ogiattheWineyo l'ime move 'was suggested by Re
r An rbo hgh chol.attheWhtne IAdmiral Hl. G.'Wilson, head of t:
5theater next Friday and Satur'day. In-aalcdeyThdcion c
dications are that this popular opera Naacdm.Tedcso sn
by Sir. Arthur Sullivan will be wiell re-in'th hands of the Secretary of t

Bank clearings at leading cities of'
the United States for the week ending I
Feb. 21, as reported to Bradstreet's
Journal aggregated $8,220,507,000, a.
gain of 16.1 percent over last week
and 22.6 -percent over this week _las'
year, which was a holiday week.
Bank debits at '43 leading cities for.
the week ending Feb. 20, totaled $8,-
848,044,000, a gain of 23.2 percent over
last week and of 3.1 percent over thi
like week~ a year ago.
Business failures for the week end-
ing Feb.. 21 number 384, which conm-
pare with 363 last week and 311 in the
like week of 1923.
Wheat, including flour, exports from
the United tSates and Canada for time
week ending Feb. 21, aggregated 5,-
958,412 busheds while corn exports for
the same week totaled 686,000 bushels.

Report Fall Of
Greek Governmnent<

London, Feb. 25.-The Greek gov-
ernment headed by Premier Kafandar-
is has fallen according to an Athens
dispatch to time Daily Express ini con-
sequence of its refusal to accede to
the demmands of the extremists for the
establishment of a republic before a
plebiscite is takenm.


IArthur S. Parkem, 79, founder and
former president of the Detroit Drug
company, an organization which con
trols a chain of 14 retail stores in De-
troit, died suddenly Saturday night in
Los Angeles, of heart disease, accord-
ing to reports received Sunday by rela-
tives in Detroit. He was 68 years old

LL UIV IU I aBLlkH1'LIL ltion of the F~ar Past prollemsDean be given an opportunity to summon1
°MaxinmoKaaecng professorr witnesses of his own for questioning!
Y fom the Philippines. addressed the1 by his own counsel.
T UMPELL CREMON1 I hilippine-Michigan club at a banquet'
AT CMPBEL CEEM Igiv~en Sunday night in the Union. Thee Three students, Ovid Weldon, '24,1
reason he explained, was due to the Orace 'Weldon, '27, and Harry Hover-
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of the gradu- I fact that Michiganm is not closely id- nimale, '26, have purchased the Chinese
ate school, will be one of the Univer-i entitied in any relation to the Fan !Gardens on Main street, where they
city representatives at the inaugura-j East, so that here one could regard were fornmerly employed.
tion of President William W. Camp.} these problemxs in an uiattachied and
bell, '86E, to the presidency of the' unbiased manner. Hucisi n - dare
President-emeritus Htcin mn 7;) '. A nd 1;
University of California which is tc; tioned the great possibilities of thej
he held. March 24.'. Shirley W. Smith organization in the University. -'IleOl
amid Mrs. Smith, who are now in Cali.1 1,1 said thlat ': 'ichaigam is probably timeOla
fornia and Regent Victor M. Gore and! most cosmiOpolitan university and that
Mrs. Gore of Benton Harbor aleoo will !from the first it has recognized time Mc gnisinslfhsoy ei
be prsent t thecenemnie~.foreign student body as an :essential hhansinslf'itoypd-
;Dr. Campbell was to .have been in- pDart." agree, andl a hint of the coldlege annual's
uurated officially last 'fail but the John R. iEffinger, dean of the, liter- 'future is explained in three' exhibits
fire avhich swept Berkeley 'at 'ta'tmeEay college, told of the Univer'sity of y hichi. were shown for the first time
made it imnpossible''to hold the service Michizgan as 'being time first tinives I.yesterday,adwl otimetruh
at that date. March 24 is Chanter sity, to arrange for exchange profess- out the week.
day for the California school, and the o' ota onr3.lelue hqGirahanis Exhibit
date was chosen for that reason. ' Filipino students for the courage theyI The window of Graham's State street
showed in coiming to this country and
Dr. Campbell was for a time, an in-wihdte sucsinimfur. store displays a collection of Ensians
'structor in astronomy in the Univer- wishd _te__uccss_ ithfuure of previous years, from thme Palladium
sity. He hater became director of Lick ;~ Of these there ar'e 17 volumes, depict-
observatory which position he filled; Fans ,(iear GameI of 1887 unto the nmost recent issues.
---,..<. ...... LA11,- _ , h e n a ai n nh nr c a d n n

eI ceived by the residents and students: Navy 'for, further action.
of Ann Arbor. Dean Tufts, vice-president of C
c Thirty voices and 30 orchestral in-1 cago, remarked that such a tranxsi
h st'ummemts will comprise the music of rence of the school would be0 a gr
tme opera and are now being (riiled compimn't to the university. But
by Geoi'ge Oscar Bowen, supervisom. ! L'e departments of physics, mat
of music in the public schools. Prof., matics and astronomy at Chicago
IHerbert Kenyon is in charge of the 1 nationally recognized for ' their
-staging effects.i cellence, Dean~ Tufts was not surpri
IThe principal roles ar'e taken by that the board should recommend t
rMiss-Doris Howe, Barre Hill, and Miss chool.
Esther ilollands. Due to tme absence of Presid
Ernest Burton, mo, official statenl
could b)e obtained at Chicago, bit
.fG isto v Ofto confer with the niaval boaxrd bet
fe H isory O coimmtittee of the uiversity will h.
S h ouwn In Exh'ibit there is an~y official cneto
( jtweon tet '~-schools.
' "appropriation, rendering it independ- nii 1f4 T nir
ent of sales and advertising. The WARHE3 V G1U NbIE
CW est Point '" H ow itzer" conies n the jUsa e c t g r wi h t e " u k a . C nc f 'Co p l o T0
- "tis interestinig, too, to note, thatI
the most elaborate of the college an- Hon. Charles B. Warren, '91, fort.
nuals, excepting the two mnentionied. ambassador to Japan and recently
'come from the western colleges,"' said pointed ambassador to Mexico,h
.s Gifford Upjohn, of the 'Ensian staff. speak before the Chamhber of Cc
u "This collection of annuals allows the nmerce at their weekly luncheont
t- Michigan student an excellent oppor- noon. President Marion L. Bum
stunity to compare his own year boo0k will preface Mr. W'arren's talk wit


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