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VOL. XXXIV. No. 120

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE

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STUMBLE ACROSS
510010006NSL
SHEET METAL CHEST CONTAINS
TREASURE IN YELLOW
METAL
MYSTERV ACCOMPANIES
DISCOVERY OF FORTUNE
Search for Further Caches Pressed
by Workmen; Skeleton
of Child Unearthed
Traces of a ninteeenth century mys-
tery were revealed yesterday when
the discovery of a chest full of gold
pieces, probably of a value approach-
ing $100,000, and the skeleton of a
newly-born baby was made known by
Adrian Leever and son, wreckers, en-
gaged in tearing down an old house at
332 E. Williams street. The discovery!
was made last week.
The gold, which was in the form of
United States specie, was contained
in a sheet metal box and concealed in
a pocket of a second floor partition
The pocket was constructed just large
enough to hold the treasure chest
showing that it was cut in only after
deliberate and careful thought in prep-I
aration. Papers found with, the ches4
indicate that it was last opened about
1878.
ghost Rumors Prevalent
The house is an old two story wood-
en frame building and was built in
16 bgf J~ kalrn "D Knioh h w

Andrews Sees More Interest
In Questions Of Evolutionj

"The next ten years will see a mark-
ed change in the attitude of the human
race toward the study of evolution and
historical geology," said Roy Chapman
Andrews, prominent explorer and
scientists, yesterday in an interview.)
"People are beginning to demandI
facts about their origin, and the
theories advanced by religion will no
longer satisfy them. Of course the
only means of compiling these facts
is through scientific research, but
this research not only provides us
with a view of what had happened inI
the past, but also gives us good groundI
on which to base prediction as to fut-1
ure tendencies of animal life and earth
movements and changes."
"There is an economic value to geo-
logy, of course," Mr. Andrews went
on, "But the aesthetic side, while it isI
seldom called that, has kept manyf
people from making a study of thel
subject. A study of geology, however!
slight will give a man a greater pleas-
ure in observing things about him,
but it has a large-r value than that.
It will permit him an understanding

f of existing conditions of animal life
and give him the knowledge necessary
to predict to his own satisfaction the
future of species."
"With man living at the prodigious
pace which he is today, it is hard to
say what he may be coming to," Mr.
Andrews said in answer to a question.
The matter seemed to strike him as'
amusing, and he went on, "If I could-
n't get out on the expeditions and
live like a white man for a while, I
could never stand it. Do you know
that when I left for this last trip, radio
was an unknown thing, and I had my
first experience with it after my re-
turn. Just in three years, I can see an
amazing difference in this country."
In regard to courses of instruction
in American universities, Mr. An-
drews said that in most cases he con-
sidered all courses to be of great value
despite their comparative practical
values. The cultural advantages fie-
rived from many courses of no im-
mediate practical value more than
outweighs their lack of intrinsic
worth.

M'LEAN DISCLAIMS
MONEYCONNECTION
WITH O'LS'CANDAL
WASHINGTON PUBLISHER, STATES
THAT SOLE AIM WAS
TO AID FALL
WAS NOT INTERESTED
IN DOME UNDERTAKING,

SE1NATE COMMiTTEEI
I NVEIIISTIGTION 'OF
DAUGHERTY BEGINS
ROXIE STINSON, DIVORCED WIFE
OF J. W. SMITH ALONE
CALLED
STARTLING TESTIMONY
FILLED WITH CHARGES]
Senator Wheeler, Holland, Make
Sparks Fly During Witnesss
Short Stay in Chair

SEN. KENYON
GETS NAVAL
POR TFOLIO
Vashington, Mar. 12.-William S.
Kenyon, former senator from Iowa,
and now federal circuit judge has been
offered the naval secretaryship by
President Coolidge. He will give his
answer to the president probably to-
morrow.
Judge Kenyon arrived in Washing-
ton Tuesday night and yesterday
morning had an appointment with
President Coolidge when it is thought
he was offered the post recently vaca-
ted by Edwin Denby of Michigan.
Me L. B,' Big4
Gets Deaf Ear
At Kansas

BURTON TO TALK
T NUgl SET BY COUNC

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Testimony Fails to Shed Light
Situation; Crowds Throng
Committee Room

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YOST NAM ES AIDS5
FOR B~OYS' WEEK
Four Students and 14 Faculty MenI
Will Act Upon .General Exec- j
utive Committee
MOVEMENT WILL BE OBSERVED
IN CITY APRIL1 27 TO MAY 31

25 WOME-N NAMED!
TO SCHOLARSHIPS
Board Ayppoints Largest Number Since
Foundation by Levi Barbour
t 1917
ORIENTAL STUDENTS TO GET
$800 YEARLY FOR WORK HERE

Washington, March 12.-(By A. P.) Washington, Mar. 12.-(By AP)-
-Edwin B. McLean, publisher of the With an amazing tale replete with in-
Washington Post, told the oil commit- sinuations, inferences and charges,
tee today that lie has been drawn un-
wittingly into the oil scandal through the senate committee investigation of
a well intentioned leffort to aid his Attorney-General Daugherty got un-,
trusted friend Albert B. Fall. der way today with a cyclonic start.
He insisted that the true story of Roxie Stinson, of Columbus, Ohio,
his $100,000 loan to the former secre- divorced wife of Jessie W. Smith ofI
tary was that whizl he told Senator
Walsh, of Montana, it Palm Beach in Washington court house, "bumper
January that he had given Fall checks friend and confidant" of the attorney
for that amount in November, 1921. general, who committed suicide in the
and that they had lbeen returned to latter's apartments here a year ago,
and thatheydHi rsa-was the first and only witness.'
him uncashed. Hid previous state- From behxind the crumbled folds of3
ment that the loans had been in cash
he said was made because Fall re-a tear soaked handkerchief she sobbed
i quested at a cohfej-ence in Atlantic) and murmured a sensational story
City last December that he make that that ranged from stock transactions
explanation as it became necessary to motion pictures of. the Carpentier-
He testifield that Fall, ill and broken Dempsey fight, all of which she insis-
had assured him that his worries ard ! ted were connected with profits for
s sgher late husband and the attorney-gen-
embarrassments had "nothing to do l.
with Sinclair or Teapot Dome." era. In all these accounts of his do-
Itw t eppt after he om." had testi- ings in Washigton, which Smith con-
fIed in Palm Beach, McLean declared Tfided to her the divorced wife con-
e iMtended against all cross examination

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Lawrence, Kansas, March. 12.-"Doc-
tor Burton is too much of a utilitar-
ian in his choice of the four greatest
men of the Twentieth century," de
clared the University Daily Kansan
student newspaper of the University of
r Kansas, in criticizing President Burt-
on's choice of Roosevelt, Ford, Edi-
son, and Wright, as the four men who,
have most greatly benefited humanity,
in modern times.
The Kansas paper criticized the fact
that President Burton failed to name!
an author, painter, sculptor, or archi-
tect in the number, adding that with
the exception of Roosevelt, the men
named have all been concerned with
industrial development. The editorial
declared that the choice of a- states-
man, and three contributors to in-
dustrial progress plainly showed the
nation's trend toward the material in-
stead of the spiritual.
The choice of Murray Bartlett, chan-
cellor of Hobart College, was con-
trasted favorably with that 'of Presi-
dent Burton in the columns of the
Daily Kansan. The men chosen by
him were Woodrow Wilson, Cardinal!
Mercier, Nickolai Lenine, and Mahatma
Chandi.

DEANS A('(EVT PETITION 0'
STUDENTBODY.FOR
MEETING
WILL DISMISS CLASSES
AT 11 FOR GATHERIN(
Student Council Announces Commi
tees to Handle All Major
Spring Events
President Marion L. Burton will ad
dress a convocation of the entire Un
versity at 11 o'clock tomorrow mon
ing in Hill auditorium, it was at
j nounced yesterday. President Burto
has chosen for his subject, "The Marli
of a Man."
The decision to hold'the convocatio
was made by the deans at their weeli
ly conference yesterday morning, i
response to a petition of the Studeni
council that such a gathering be hel
in order that the student body migh
have an opportunity to hear Presidet
Burton.
All University classes will there
fore be dismissed at 11 o'clock to
morrow.
The Student council last night an
nounced the following committees t
have charge of the major sprin
events: Class games, James O. Rice
'24, chairman, Thomas J. Lynch, '251
Hugh K. Duffield, '24, Donald C. Mc
Cabe, '24, and Edward M. Fox, '25E
Swing Out, Donald W. Steketee, '24,
chairman, Harry D. Hoey, '24, and
Robert J. Hummer, '25; Elections
Hugh K. Duffield, '24 chairman, How
ard Hoffman, '24 M, Stewart R. Boyer
'24L, Alfred B. Connable, Jr., '25, and
Edward M. Fox, '25E; Cap Night, Stew
art R. Boyer, '24L, chairman Donald
C. McCabe, '24, and Robert J. Hum
mer, '25.
The action taken by the Subcom
mittee of the Student council las

1u 3 yac son i. ).Lnignt, wn owas tthathall told him he had obtained
at that time president of the Firsttatyw $100,000 from Edward L Dohney on ha fnd th s
National Bank of Ann Arbor, Mr. and The appointment of 18 students and Twenty-five Oriental women have f(9himself and.Daugh
Mrs. Knight died about 30 years ago faculty men to make up a general been appointed to Levi L. Barbour eclaringe had had no other con-he said "they" sh
and since then the house has been in committee to be in arge of Boy scholarships, it was announced yes ection with the whaole subject onde- tr o men.
the possession of their daughter, Mrs week to be held in this city April 27 terday by the board charge of theSpeiically Mi
ClarktoAbshortd timeiag.cityeAhouse27scholarships. This list which is the investigation, did not, knowv either Sin- !mt a ie
Clark. A short time ago the house ccoasis hs itwih1 hcair or Doheney nud never owned Sihhsgvn
was sold to William Nelson who lived! to May 3, was announced by Coach largest since the scholarships were I clai k or en nd er omn White motors stoc
in it for a time. It was while the Fielding H. Yost, who was. elected I started in 1917 includes eight women any stock in any of their oil compan of what "they" ha
Nelsons lived there that the rumor chairman on the entire affair at a who are being appointed for the first! ies, the publisher sumed up his sit-any cost; that Sm
became current that the house was; meeting held for that purpose a week time and 17 who are receiving re- 't d helook forward to p
haunted. Peculiar noises and the; ago. The appointments are divided appointments. fI was i to o dwnd h lnhe Ing $180,000, if it+
slamming of doors were heard about to include four S. C. A. representa- Mr. Barbour of Detroit, the founder nesfr as I dould orabre Ihave to exhibit the moti
the house. One of the roomers left tives, who are also to act as repres- me the scholarship, donated $100,000 y life financially I have never had
because she was unable to sleep in the entatives of the campus at large, and in 1917 for the purpose of founding any li n ciy has nee had Cent mpse
r' anthin to o wit thi dared ad oe ntokosste
house, claiming that. she could sense; 14 members of the faculty of the Uni- "scholarships for women students! any thing thtis dred Te of the stock of the
,the presence of somebody else in the I versity. coming from Oriental countries." potruth. you thicang. decodete really theof Ohio; and that
room. Other roomers left because of The student representatives are to Since this fund was given a1 women ca look through them for the next of a small town at
the bleak and desolate'atmosphere and be headed by, Milo Oli plant, '24 a have been holders of the scholarship yapproximately$175,
the alleged uncanny noises in the old charman, and ihlude3' nChnbl', and already many of - thens have ea ddoi ne n Washigton in 1
house I'25, Hyde Peree, '26, and Ralph Ilyers, turned to the Orient, having comp'eted his fortune-to$250,
tousi. Hyde Perce, '26,90 Mr. BIr of dishonoremeIthave near he*en hSisfon, aidetowas
Since the finding of the first tre a-24, the fatter to act as repr tati eir wrkhere: In 120 Mr. Barbou f more than two hours of question .stinsonsaid was
sure attjo ether secret pockets have! of the Michigan DLily. The lidt of added $250,000 to the funnd; og duringmost of whih the publish- .they" and she per
been- discovrered, one yesterday after.. faculty nien is as follows; Ti.Warren ' The 'scholarships yield $800 -each in ung mosto hih te r pu h nd man ofthec
E. bryth; f Ie niersty helt ~year to the holder with the exception, er. leaned across the table toward thro was attorney. ger
noon While the Daily reporter was in co. Frsythe; of the University healthyommittee' with 'head' half bowed and wa ttn an
the house. Mr. Leever refuses to say Service;'Assistant Coach' George- jof those In the medical scho6l who re arm re-sting on the little table Sclared that inal
just what the exact amount was that Little; Prof. L. A. Hopkins, of the receive $850 'annually. The commnittee before which he sat. - Sith nevermeant
was found in the first chest or' wheth. mathematics department;, Angs 1decided th'at hereafter preference Atetioneduthepere
or there was any treasure in the other Goetz, of the coaching staff 'Dr. Hugh would be given to candidates who pIthough hailed as one of the more mentioned the pers
chests found in the house, but he did Beebe, local practicioner; Ehlner D. have graduated from Oriental colleges.I quirytacLean shed little additional, Having gone tw
say that the first chest was filled with Mitchell, assistant professor of Phy- In the list of new appointments is qiry, Mpe sheuttle aditi-a sleep, Miss Stinso
gold coins and that it was all one man sical education; Prof. F. N. Mennafee, a women from Korea. This is the first acted a promise fro
ould do to carry it. of the engineering department; Dr. time that a women from that country !tmony was anything but thrilling. Do- the committee pros
-'Find Babe's Skeleton ;Arthur G. Hall, University Registrar has been given a scholarship. The iton the stand only a
Inanthr ar o te oue sel-with intense interest b the crowd 'u eur n
In another part of the house a skele- and Prof. L. M. Gram, of the engineer- other new appointees who come from which jammed thescommittee room will return and f
ton of a newly born bab'e was found ing department. J ,China, and India are: Tani and overfived into an antechamber. possible tomorrow.
to andoerfloedrtingdown to que
thrust between the partitions. Arrangements are being made for; Jodai, Japan; Yae Tanaki, Japan; Deb Scores of curious onlookers were un-
"We have been wrecking houses for the daily program to be carried out djih 14in, Shu-ting Liu, Lucy Tan and! able to gain admittance. mysterious green
a long time," said Mr. Leever, "but during Boy's Week, which includes a Tsui-fung Wong, all from China; E committee left her
this is the first time we have found day to be set aside for the track and K. Janaki, India, and Grace Song But i the short
anything of particular value. Already field events now being planned. Korea. the witness chair
several fortune hunters, posing as There is also to be an "At Home" day,! Those receiving reappointments are 37 SUET INVIED session resemble a4
heirs, have claimed the money but un 'as well as several other days of a Yo Kawamura, Fumi Kinai, Toki Sato tion going off. Se
til they can prove that they are the special character, all intended to train and Hide Shokara, all from Japan; a row with Paul H
rightful heirs they will not get it. the youth of this country in better Vera Chang, Susan Chen, Florence erty's chief coun
Ta stereason I have refused to' citizenship. ';Chong, Al-mei Giang, Anna Lan, lei- from both sides of
make known the exact amount." The Boy's Week movement is being daik Li, Hsiao Lu, Cho- Ren, Shan- ator Wheeler launc
The house is being torn down to' sponsored by practically all of the ming Tao, Pearl Theo; Clara Tsao, Yo-. A list of not more than 70 of the. gun fusillage of qu
make room for the new Nelson apart.. rotary clubs throughout this country, fang Wu, all from China; and Maria lforemost students on the campus, and the questions. and1
ments which will be erected on the and has also spread to include several Lanzar from the Philippine Islands 100 of the leading faculty members. so fast and covere
site. ( of the European and Asiatic nations. has been compiled .by the executive that a roomful of
The chest is not abandoned prop- It was started four years ago by the committee in charge of arrangements correspondents har
ry ndthr r ghfyth clubs of New York city, and has SinncUfor the annual Gridiron Banquet., to and fire of congrest
property of the heirs of the original spread to become the international L la'be held April 1 at the Union under simply couldn't ke
Stemovement it is today. the auspices of Sigma Delta Chi, na- ceedings.-
owners if such cathoritiesound, isthetional professional jo.urnalistic frao Smith told her,
opinLonoflegala. I ternity. The affair is patterned after of 'many transact
the famous gathering of newspaper: Daugherty was jo
Band To Play At MTRGAN N ER L N :iickets for the 20th annual Junior men in Washington, D. C, at which said, MrDaughert
Girle' paly, "Thank You, Madam,"i prominent figures in the journalism mentioned specifi
Faculty Concert RANCEMIwill be sold tomorrow, Saturday, and world are placed , upon a figurativei ed inability to stat
Monday at the box office of Hill aud- gridiron and roasted concerning the 'what service such
---- lLn Ann{itor'ium Tomorrow the sale will be faults, real or imaginative, in their but promised tom(

aid "we" he meant
erty and that when
e meant the same!
ss Stinson that
her 25 shares of
which was a part
d obtained without
ith told her "we"
rofits approximat-
could be arranged
on pictures of the
fight; that Smith
ssgqion of an a ouint

,. au mviL, as L uweek on the cases of two tre,
Pure Oil company violators of class traditions wa
Smith, proprietor proved by the council.
ore i Ohio, worth RAThe council accepted a writte
,000 when he came UNILI1Ifport from James O. Rice, '24 cha
.921, soon increased If of the cheerleader committee.con
000. Allthis Miss ing the plan of election of the V;
done by "we" and Direct-wire connections between the t'heerleader and the methods c
sisted that the sec- Union and radiophone station WCBC ganization for the squad. The
ombination always were completed yesterday by L. N.- sity cheerleader will be elected:
ral Daugherty she Hollahd, ,'grad, and IL. A. Dorff, '24. spring election,. as has, been pre
fl their confidences ; under the direction of E. E. Dreese of 1 aannounced amd tryouts for
anybody -else and ' the electrical engineering department, years squad wij be issued im
when .he -did le This wire, together with the amplify- 'ately following.
on by name. ing circuit connected, will enable con-
wo nights without. certs, speeches, and otheraffairs tak-
said she had ex- ing place in the Union to be broad-
m Senator Wheeler icasted from the University radio sta-
ecutor, to keep her tion, it is hoped. The Day's News
an hour today. Shea The direct wire may be tried out.C i
inish her story if when the regular Thursday program The a ito
She was just get- is broadcasted at midnight tonight, it!
stioning about a was announced last night. The pro-
house" when the grams will include the usual edition i The senate ordered an inquir
off. of the Michigan Daily Radio Supple- the administration of the bure
time she occupied' ment, and a paper of University news internal revenue.
the events of the prepared twice a week exclusively for
carload of ammuni- broadcasting from Station WCBC, as Former Senator W. -S. Kenyc
nator Wheeler had well as other features. Iowa, it was disclosed, is under
olland, Mr. Daugh-, Four students have volunteered their sideration for secretary of the
sel. Sparks flew services without remuneration to aid!
the table and Sen- in the operation of the University IIouseleaders refused to brii
hed into a machine i station.. All licensed operators, they ; the resolution providing for a 2
uestioning in which are: H. M. Case, '24'E, J. A. Anderson cent cut in taxes this year.
the answers moved '26E, Howard Looney, '26E, and Lester
'd so wide a ground 1Lonev. '27E. ' T hmate .auherty inveti

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na

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veteran newspaper;
rdened to the rattle
sional investigation~p pwt th r-L PC T D N RV

committee opened its hearings wi
Roxie Stinson of Columbus, Ohio,
the first witness.
The House ways and means cot
mittee made public its plan for an i
surance policy as a feature of the bo
hill.

Miss Stinson said
ions in which Mr.
ined, although., she'

TOTAL TO PASS 350

y's name was never' Final results of the Student Friend-
cally. She profess- ship Drive for the Michigan kitchen The suspension of section 28 of the
e from whom or forI will be announced next week, accoird- merchant marine act was lifted by the
stock was received ing to a statement made by Egbert R. inter-state commerce commission ef-
orrow upon arrival IReL '126L. last night Manv organ- otiv a'. 20

An innvoation wi i b 1 ffttered Ann I
Arbor music lovers at 4:15 next Sun-
day afternoon -in Hill auditorium when
the Varsity band will accompany Al-
bert Lockwood, pianist at the school
of music, at the Sunday Faculty con-
cert.
The band' will act as a symphony to
Mr. Lockwood. Captain Wilfred Wil-
son, leader of the band, has rearrang-
ed the score. Mr. Lockwood will play
Weber's Concert Piece-Opera 72.

. .VII M .VIV G .a3Z V 1 C
New York. Mar. 12.-Establishment held from 1 to 5 o'colck; on Saturday
of a banking credit of no less than ( from 10 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock;
$100,000,000 in favor the fbaank of and on Monday, from 2 to 5 o'clock.
France has been arranged by an Amer- Beginning on Tuesday, March 18, the
ican banking group headed by J. P. sale will be continued at the Whit-
Morgan and company, it was announc- ney theatre.
ed tonight. Prices for seats are as follows: $2.50
The loan is fully secured by gold for the boxes and lower floor; $2.00
held 'in the vaults of the Bank of for the first four rows in the balcony;
France which is actin for the French I $1.50 for the second rows; and $1.00
government and will (be used to stab- for the remainder of the balcony. The
ilize French exchange and for other ! gallery will not be open. Good seats.
purposes as the French government l at all prices are still available.
may determine. While details of the
loan were not made ,public it isu n-}
derstood that it will not run for more.
than one year. . . M I YP.O
f M11T1HPL T SH T1 t 11

,- 'It' 1, ,4.1y 1 y[, * S .G .
writing. of papers from Ohio, to support her izations have not yet turned in theiri
The list also includes approximately testimony with documentary evidence.- donations so a final count cannot be Secretary Mellon told the senate
20 of the most prominent citizens of I"taken at the present time. The total finance committee that the revenue
the country, while general invitations jnis expected to be between $3,500 and bill passed by the house must be re-
have been sent out to 300 of the fore- HPTWO LIUUNS FIIMlI $4,000. vised to prevent a treasury deficit.
most newspaper men throughout the Other contributions pledged are
state. Special featu.res are being r- also expected to be handed in next The army appropriation bill was re-
ranged for the occasion, althoughNR I I week to help swell the final figure. ported to the house carrying $326,-
nothing has as yet been said concern- When all donations are in the com- 224,993, and calling for the mainten-
ing their exact nature. mittee will choose a university town in ance of another year at its present
Two platoons were formed at the one of the countries of Eastern Europe: strength,,'
finuregular meeting of the Naval reserve where the relief station will be locat-
lIYL;force held last night in the R. O. T. C ed. Congressional. investigation of brib-
NETSdrill hall. The company which is cry charges effecting members 'of
composed of the 3rd, and 4th Divisions F congress was ordered by the house
of l: f wsdvddit lto omto n the Mich gan Naval reserve CiOR with Rep. Burton, Republican, Ohio,
S was divided into platoon formation and as head of the investig'ating com-
the officers for the platoons appointed!mittee.
Reports of the second day's results and regular squad positions fixed!,__
I in the Chamber of Commerce Member- upon.- T-CIRCOLO ALAND1EdwardB. McoLean told the oil com-

Used Car
Values

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Do YO'U intend to buy a car this
SPRING? If you do, be sure
and look for the values that will
appear on the AUTOMOBILE

RI .I
SPRING TRIP APPmROE
The executive committee ot the Un-

For those who failed to get appli-
cations during the past week to the
Military ball,.to be held Friday, April
25, the committee will maintain a
booth from 2 to 5 o'clock Friday;

ship show that 75 new members' were
enlisted, -paying $1,058 'in membership!
fees, and the service fund was swelled.
with $1,085.1
The total membership enlisted since ]
the drive began is now 207, the serviceI

Further progress was made in the;
signing of new men and a consignment Prof. William A. Frayer's lecture on
of uniforms was received from the De- "The Italian . Risorgimento", whichI
troit headquarters. will be given at 8 o'clock tonight in
Especial attention was focused on Room D. Alumni Memorial hall, will
the next meeting of the force as the: be open to the general public as well

mittee his assertion that he had loar
ed Albert B. Fall $100,000 was made a
false request, added that he had no in
tenest in the Sinclair and Doheney a
companies and denied any knowledg
of the Fall oil policies except what ii

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