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THE MICHAIGAN IDAILY

MYSTERY Sff lIDS iHere Is Judge Who Will Rule IFIVE MEN TO COHMPETE
~ ~ ~I [T II P01 0In Oil Lease Cancellation Plea. R IfFtiHI~

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: 11D~DI~a~l Englisht tPhy sicistAlldla 'NilAppin~its 1Debaters
a 11lipha Nil. debating society, app
AL ~IIU~d.J1WIILIIUTo Instruct Here re the mere for its freshman deb;
-1,1t a n at a closed ieeting last n

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Human Remains -oi Said to, be B~ones;
of Cat and Gold Chest Old
Heating sy-stem
('ONARACTOR1, OWEYER, ADMJ!"
rr.r, ra*'f1 llEUtFW11't(' I VAl'T'RI)Ai 1

After a day of statements and coun-
ter-statements, the mystery of the old
Ahouse on..Willamns street seems to be
as far .fromi a complete solution as
ever.
Early yesterday morning W, Madi-
somn Nelson, president. of the Ulniver-
sity Housing corporation, present own-
ers of the, property on wh.ich theI
hous'e stands, flatly d1enied the truth
c" vasrious statements quoted in the'
~Thursday morning isse of The Daily
He miaintained that the skeleton foundj
wais that of a cat and that the "trea-
sure bcx" was a part of the heating
system.
Late last- evening in an interview
with a Daily reporter Mr. Leever
made the following statement: "We
did find somethings of value in the
house. - I" won't tell you whether it
vas mo~ney or not but I will say that
it Itw.-, valuable, and we are keeping
Sit until the legal heir can establish
Sa definite claim to it. I told Torn 0'-
Blrien that the story had no _ groundsi
but he deserves no more considera-
Stion than you fellows. H1owever, I amn
positive that what we found does not
Sbelong to the Knights or their heirs
What we found was not in the portion
of the house that Mr. Knight rmdl
reoe-led. We are attempting to find the
owner, or his heirs, of the stuff we
found. I won't tell you any more, We'
don't want to hurt anybody's proper-I
ty. We bought~ the house ;from the
University Housing corp oration andl
our business is to wreck it and not
spread any bunk aboult ghosts".
In regard to the skeleton found
in the house Mr. Leever contradictedl
his son's statement of yesterday andj
said that it was the skeleton of an
animal of some sort. This afternoon
both Mr. IKeever and his son reaffirm-
iQd the fac ts they made public yester-
(-ay, but would make no furtner state-
ments concerning the matter.

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Tel ;I r-, aimis and causesofteesrofPyisad en of the
Five studtenits will (.o{l)(e h 0f ,in isrimnttwreth so' la(cu . ity I1('the iversity of.
l[;k[l rsor-ilnntoweretheManche:ster, Eng~lnd, and a Nobel
cloc:k tonight in universiy ITlullin j cic',overed by Prof. William A
Term' w hner, will be a special lvc-;
the thirty-fourth annual Universi ity Pratyeo(f the history depar.tmient in turein ph11l)}ysics at the Un liversity (h:ir-,
Oratorical contest. First prize will' l , lecture last night in Alunmni T( ltt.'-'c',]I;'SIl1C s i, 'te-
moial hall,- at a me-ting of 11 Circa- n h oigSme esoi
lie the Chica go A lumini medial and thie h a annoluncd ySteraybyPrf.,
Pala Gray testimlonial of $ 10 0, See-o Maan. . Randall of the phy. ics department
The risorgimiento was originally the Deny.gwl onuttoCos
and( prize consists in $IN). name of a newspaper founded ini 1847 frfu ekfnJl 5t u
T'he following mein, all of thl,, et-; by Cavour, but it spread until it inl- g;t 8. These courses will be in th~e
erans of past Univertity ora:toiical eluded eeyhn leading to the final _ie'tl iii which be recgnr d a
c ompetitions CT various sort., will unification of Italy, according to Pro- .shg uhoiy,"restal tdruta
Ss peak on theb , e ;l s usgn -:d aft.,' fessor Prayer. and R cent X-Ra y iTiieoi yes",
their names: WlimS1: ,rjer, 4, "Is He, gave pictures of the leaders of, .[t_ w ten years ago thai. e1w,
t-iuiunPicmSa uzio ?"J7 p hUSi:-,-Ioveirnft---Mazziiil, Garibaldi award'i '(ed theNoe liiZCin'hy
Rosenth al, '2,, "In Th'?ousadVictor Emmnanuel, and Cavour: He for epoch makIling ;researches involv-
M tiles Away;" N. ;;. Johns:on:, '24, On .I '(l iht'e efforts, of these :men from n the use cot X -ralys ;,n the stuldy of
Immortality;" A. E. Sawvyer, '2t!, "The 182 3?until .1860, the, period, of the ri-ryaltutre
Mlodern Church Conflict,;" ai i1 hF"so: g- ento,. in which- Italy w-as mod- _______________________
'. ackstrom, '24, "Within the (h+o.,ld into a single state.
IJ. K. Dnnn, '24, president of' the Or-;~)a UO I~L ~1.
atorical association, will i c.eside and f n tn an~uCet-ral TinMe SIuW ict),
f~j~IiIII~ BN ILRIILLIEflILeave Chaz.her of Cummeicc
the following faculty i-en havle con LeaIlIays IVzldW VII"Week NaysMS155 1y&N
se.nted to act as judges : Prof. T. ELI 6.45 a. m. 64 s
Rtankin of the rhetoric d1epa;rtmnenit ' f2-0 .fMl.4
I Prof. E. lD. Dickinson of the law TO rn BY inHO U R' ,A .m. - 4J'T, i . m Ito
' .chool, Prof. C. E. Griffin ot th-, eco- es:X6 din v~<
oli; d rtent rf iIl.i.I) ~si chiefly what the tele-
hard of the ~~~~~~~~philosophy dep~artmemntpoelr n hwtl S~le
flU~~ ~ ofh.J~ge0 the econollti(~ c- e ceves it, John Mills of th e Bell Sys-
partincnt. The ccn test will be open(:iilbrtre fDtotlcue RI6WROTrD .C
to the puiblic. la.,t .iht in Natural Science auditor-Chrpdsan
-I :, under the auspieS of the De-
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quickly.---Adv. I( :t Jujstitte of Electrical Engineers. >_:..,,__

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.l. Bladie Kenntedy (Albove) Hugh L~. Pattoni (left) and A bert 1). Waltoni

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
kilOS,341, NEW' MEMBERS
On the close of the third s1.id, Ias
day of 'organized campaigning ''lat
nigh~tmemnbers of -the:.An Abr
Chamber of Comminerpe fd,lie
membership drive quot;j@Jinal
t i. ttretown being .opnII olc
4og the 'neiv, members obtainxed
4 gln the drive was Pres. Marion L
Burton. In speaking of the Chamber
of4 Commerce President B~urton said
Ann Arbor has had in recent
years an active and effective Chamber
of Cobmmerce. Its. accomplishmients
hav done real credit to the city and
bave prepared the way for larger un-
dertakings. The present campaig
for increasing the membership of the
organization is highly- commendable.
There is much that must be done for
the future of Ann Arbor. It cannot
be done without a large well support-
edl Chamber of Commerce. Our ;edu-
cational institutions and our indus-
tries both need the active, vigorous,
and united leadership of the com-
munity focused in the Chamber of
Comminerce." -
RIIFY TET{GVN
RIGHT TOSEARHCRAFT
Wasington, March 13.--The treaty
between the United States and Great
Britain authorizing the seizure and
search of suspected liquor beyond the
thre~e mile limit was ratified today
by the senate.
The treaty has yet to be ratified by
the British parliament but action there
is expeced shortly.
Under its provision "craft suspected
of carrying liquor may he pursued
from: the shore for purposes of search
or seizure one hours steaming diAN-
tance of the suspected craft. In re-
turn British steamers entering Ant-
erican territorial waters may carry
intoxicating liquos under seal for use
on outward voyages.,
CORNELL STUDENTS
KEEP ACTORS AWAY
Ithaca, N. Y.; March 13.-W. A.
Dillon, -manager of the Strand theatre
in this city, pleaded to the Cornell
studients for co-operation with the
noanagement of local theatres. "If
the students Would co-operate, he
said, the management could secure
better shows," He stated that
".many actors and actresses dislike
to come to Ithaca to present shows
because of the actions of some of the
students."I
G9ermany Is Good Indusfrlly }{

Cheyenne, Wyo., March 13.- He where frequently respect for anl offic-
owns no coil stock and was never he- { :r's authority =Jas exactly equal to re-
fore his elevation to the bench, coun- spect for his course and skirl withi
sel in oil. litigation.: L;gn
This mruch is ccrtain about T. Blake' -'--
Kennedy, judge of the United. States TVO GIlT I t. S WA rNTt
court fol- the dlistrict of Wyoming, be- 1 L Ir 1ME 1I
fore whom Atlece Pomnerene and Owenj
J. Roberts, special counsel for thet
Jgovernment, chose to make the first of! Sag;inaw and Detroit are com~peting"
I the pleas for orders restraining Furth- f'i'r the privilege of holding th~e aninu-.
er production of petroleum from 'thle 1 iuect~g of the ninth district alum-'
nvlolreserve. ; i P cx'ntion which will be hl soon.
Sitting in Cheyenne, he will pass on The t onvenition will lie a tencded by"
the leaforcancllaionof the Main- fll: sctati ves fr~om e astcr'n Miohi*-
.~mot Oil company lease on Teapot ~n~nlOtroa~ ilIlld i
Dom. rsere ranad .,AILbert DR- 5 c.,Ih &Detri~t, Saginaw, FBay City
co F'all, thien secretary' of the in- adFit
tei~.I DAILY C _ASSIFI1 SI 3 L1tNG
The special counsel . i5 being aided -. .BIRSLS~.
locally by Alber-t D. Walton, United O'N L~I'TTLE 1INVESTMENl Ti1
States district attorney for Wyoming. ___________________
The job of serving the papers in the ____________
government's suit against the oil con-"
panly on representatives of Harry Sin-' n M s
clair, controller of the concern, , ws ; p !!rr~~u~r~
carried out by Hugh 1.."Colorado" !I NE SWETElT ISSI
Patton, U. S. miarshal for Wyoming, a
picturesque type of western peace of-Musical1 Comedy
fiver. He has been sheriff and marsh- Tonight and
al off and on for 30 years in a region T m ro ih
Univers ity of Michigan New I{ng- A r
land club will hold a party tonight in 'Vie rh ar
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