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THE WEATHER
SLJOHT RISE IN TEMPER-
ATURE TODAY AO trt
VOL. XXXIV. No. (13? EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNE~SDAY, APRIL 2, 1924 EIGHT PAGES

MIEMIBER
ASSOCIATED P1
and.
WESTERN CONFE'
EDITORIAL ASSOC
PRICE, FIV

MICHIGAN ACADEMY
WILL OPEN TODAY1
MOULTON TO SPEAK
NOTEI) ECONOMIST TO ADDRESS
(ATHERING FRIDAY
AFTERNOON
BONNER WILL DELIVER
f PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH
Head of Group Talks Tonight; Will
hold Sectional Meetings For Rest
of Three-Day Meet

"Captain Applejack" Will Make
Appearance At Whitney Tonight
Comedy Club will present its biggest The entire cast is as follows: Eliza-
number of the year the comedy "Cap- beth Pike, '24, Anna Valeska; Phyllis
tain Applejack," at 8:15 o'clock to-1 Turnbull, '26, Poppy Faire; Mrs.
g Whatcomb, Margaret Effinger, '26;
nightiat th e ity theatre. e- Pengard, the Oriental mystic, Charles
production will have its second per- Livingstone, '25,; Mrs. Pengardi, Rhea
formance Friday night, when more Schlaak, '24; Boroisky the ,ussa
than one thousand visiting school , ;Edward Prll,'4eJ yJas-
teaher meber oftheSchol-spy, dwr Parnall, '24; Jonny Js
teachers, members of the School- on, Lester Palmiter, '24; Denet, Wil-
masters' club, will attend. liam Spanagel, '25E, and Louise Bar-
With a brilliant play and "all-star" ley, '25, the maid.
cast, the effort can be no less than a j An aditiona.l feature on the program
huge success, it is predicted. Prepar- offered by the club will be selections
ations in the way of settings, costum- from the comic opera, "Pinafore," to
ing and mechanics, probably never be played by the Ann Arbor high
surpassed in the history of the organ- school orchestra, the same players
ization, will contribute to the product- who provided the music for the re-

OF TAX REDUCTION
BILL THIS SESSION
CHAIRMAN OF SENATE FINANCE!
BODY MARES POSITIVE
STATEMENT
ALSO EXPECTS SOLDIER
BONUS TO PASS EASILY
Coolidge Favors Inimediate Passage
of Revenue Bill; Stimulate
B i4ness

OPEN

ion. V .n +cent production of the comic opera
Prof. Harold G. Moulton of the John Hassberger, '25M, an amateur by high school students. Washington, April 1.-(By AP)- Initiating the first session of .the
University of Chicago' and director of actor who has starred in several The staging of this play has been Assurance that the tax reduction bill educational conference, the Associ-
the Institute of Economics, Washing- campus productions will take the in the hands of Prof. J. Raleigh N- would be passed in this session and
ton, D. C., will be the chief speaker leading role of Ambrose Applejohn. son, of the English department, who predictions that the soldier bonus bill ation of School Superintendents and
at the twenty-ninth annual meeting of The play is admirably suited to his also designed the settings which will would be enacted into law before School Board members will hold its
the Michigan Academy of Science especial talents 'besides being the be used. The latter were executed congress adjourns was made today by fifty-first annual meeting at 10 o'-
Arts and Letters which opens today in type tha~t cannot fail to gain the ap- by S. 0. Davis, a Detroit artist. Chairman Smoot of the Senate finance clock today in Lane hall. The presi-
Ann Arbor. proval of any audience. (Continued on Page Four) committee.de o h acahare
An econoimist of note, Senator Smoot told the senate the dent of the association, Harvey B.
Moulton has written "Germany's Ab-
ilto Pay", wichis consideyes A- tax bill probably would be ready for Wallace, president of the board of
ility To Pay", which is considered a report to the floor by Saturday. education in Highland Park, will de-
n very comprehensive treatment of A drawn discussiun with Secretary liver the opening address.
th~e repartions question. He will O Mellon today on the tax bill forced
lecture before the Academy at 4:11 over until tomorrows In the morning and afternoon'sre-
o'clck Fida, th las da ofhoeringtil tomosrrow cnlsionrfthe- sion the reasons for spending money
meeting, idnNatural Science auditor- fore the finance committee.of certain studies in the state high
ium on the subject:ii'The European 'DMr. Mellon was asked particularly schools will be discussed by leading
Economic Situation.-" The publicpatclryshoswlbedcuedylain
x ~to present his views on the state tax, educational men. W. B. Arbaugh,
is invited to attend this lecture.p ic Van Sickle and lilacket Appolined Employee of Contractor Admitsth whc was ies by the house an Micg ativn of B.wArband
MeetAt O'loc toAssstat Pofesor. Frtue Fundwas"Ciceg was increased by the house and Michigan represntative of NewOn and
Meet At 2 O'Clock lto Assisttnt Professor Fortunie Found was "College which is opposed by many senators in Co.;' P. R. Cleary, treasurer of the
The meeting of the Academy which ships Money of 1776 1. C." favor of an inheritance tax. He read board of education; George Willcox,
will last three days, will open this af- I _ _only a small part of a prepared state- member of the board of education of
ternoon with a council meeting at 2 lBOlTHl MEN COnMING hERE FROM LEEVEJR ALSO DENIES THAT ment on this question, however. East Saginaw; Mrs. Laura F. Osborn,
o'clock in room G4 6 of the Natural *HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL SKELETON WAS UNEARTHED President Coolidge took a hand dur- president of the board of education of
Science building, followed by a busi- iIng the day in the Senate legislative Detroit; and Superintendent M. R.
ness meeting of the Academy i om Appointment of J. V. Van Sickle and Yesterday at a hearing in the law situation, discussing programs with Keyworth of Hamtramck, will be the
1207. Reports ofcommiseveral senators at individual con- speakers for the morning
heard at these two sessions. At 3:30 0. W. Blackett to assistant professor- offices of Cavanaugh and Burke George ferences. He was said to favor im-
o'clock, Prof. E. C. Case, of the geo- ships in economics of the new School Campbell, an employee of Leever and mediate action on the revenue bill, Reports and Eletions
logy department, will read a paper on of Business Administration was an- Son, admitted under oath that a re- passage of which he believed will "Tax Studies" and "How to Con-
"A Comparison of Permian of North egive an impetus to business if model- serve the Products of this Meeting"
America With That of Europe", and nounced recently. oth men have had ceptacle containing a roll of bills of ed along the line of the Mellon plan. will be the subjects for the afternoon
Prof. W. B. Pillsbury, of th psychology considerable experience in the field of "college money" had been found in.. meeting. Among the men who will
department, will speak on "Glimpses economics. the old Knight residence in which speak will be Prof. John Sundwall of
of cent Tendencies in British and oert rrosr the hygiene and public health depart-
French Psychology." The papers will John V. Van Sickle, who will con- large sums of money were recently;.
Natural ductholoy, t TToaRead wPoetns (ent; Mrs. Dorian M. Russell, presi-1
be presented in room M224, Natural duct courses in American economic said to have been found. ToR adPoe s dent of Michigan state federation of
$cience buildng. history and in land problems, played Campbell was able to produce a spe.. women's clubs; and superintendents.
Prof. Campbll Bonner, of the Greek ITh s©f , o
Pam peln of t a prominent part in the World Warcimen of the find which bore the This A ternoon M. W. Longman of Muskegon. J. H.
,A and I- Harris of Pontiac, T. J. Knapp of
demy, will deliver the presidential ad-l and the diplomatic negotiations which words "College Money. Made in Ice- Highland Park, and E. E. Fell of Hol-
dress at 8 o'clock tonight in Natural followed it. His most nonmwork land, 1776 B. C." In several places land. Reports of the different com-
Science auditorium. "Science and was in connection with the repara- the bill bore the numerals "10." Ad- Rogert r edNgwfrnglans poett
Letters" is the topic, upon. which.Pro- ions commission. a Levrcimdthvehow will give a readingt from his poemsmitsecio offierfrth
L.ters" thepowhih r t s mmss .ian Leever claimed to have thrown at 4:30 o'clock to4dT in Sarah Cas- ensuing.year and consideration of any
feso-Boner- has chosen to speak. He took his degree of Batchelor of away all the bills except the one kept --well Angell hall. He held the Fel business will close the afternoon ses-
The address is open to the public, as Arts from Haverford university in by Campbell. sowshi in Creative Art in this Uni- sion.
Sall general meetings of the organ- 1913,}being elected to Phi Beta Kappa, The hearing was held before Carl versity from 1921 to 1923. The conference will be closed Charles
izatton. °Following ;te presiden~ia1 . ainlosrr ieayzrtrf
izto.Floig t~ rsdndl ainlhnrryltrr rtr ity,.' LehmAn, ciicuit court col mission-.. a banquet at the Union. Dr. Charles
addtess, the members of -the Academy nhis senior yar lethen wenty, . er hman iris th oth ion h Mr. Frost is considered as one of' E Chadsey, lean of the College of
in issenoryear - hn vn t toer 'who administered' te oaths 1Euato thh nvest o li
will 'be tendered a smoker at the Uni- arvard to take graduate work. While witnesses the greatest living American poets. Education at the University of In-
versity 'club by the Research club of -adsre sTe i. His poetry is written about the local- ois will give the leading address of
the University. at Harvard he was made a Henry Lee The first witness sworn in - ity with which he is most familiar, the evening Admission to the ban-
MSectional DIscussions Memorial fellow. Later he became an O. Leever, who in response to Mr. Cav- New England. His book, "North of quet Will be by M. S. T. A. button or
Tomorrow and Friday will be taken instructor i history, government, and anaugh's questioning denied that any Boston", was described by Louis Ut- receipt.
up with sectional meetings for the dis- economics. In 1921, Harvard granted gold, money or. currency had, to his ermeyer as "one of the most intense- Smoker Planned
cussion of advances made in the var.. him his Master of Arts degree in ab- knowledge, been found in the house ly American books ever written." Immiediately following the evening
ious fields during the past year, and sentia. ..in question. He also denied having His last book, New Hampshire Poems, session of this conference, at which
for the presentation of papers of spec- has Notable Record found a skeleton of any description. I is said to surpass his other works. It Prof. Campbell Bonner of the Greek
lalized interest. When the United States entered the At this point Frank E. Jones, at- was dedicated to the University of language and literature will speak,
The Academy is divided into 10 1 war, Van Sickle left Harvard and en- torney for the Leevers, objected to the Michigan. the members of the academy are in-
sections, each specializing in one field tered the service, where he was made presence of newspaper reporters at 1 While in Ann Arbor as a Fellow In te tebr sokte acaem y are in-
wok h rusae nr l hl nAnAbra elwi vited to a smoker given by the Re-
of work. The groups are: A pthrOIol- a first lieutenant in the, construction the hearing. No action was taken on the University, Mr. Frost, took a great search club of the University in the
ogy, Botany, Economics, Language squadron of the air service. At the the objection.tI
adLiterature, Geologyan Mineral- coeo h a ewsmd na- Tenx ins a nepoe part in all literary activities. He gave !University club rooms.
and Li°aueGooy ad i Ir close of the war he was made an as- The next witness was an employee advice to the young authors on the The third and largest of the con-
ology, History and Political Science, sistant at the American embassy in of Mr. Leever who worked on the campus and held open house at his ventions to be held this week, the
Mathematics, Psychology, Sanitary Paris. In 1920 he was appointed as- wrecking crew. His testimony threw camp and hden hose at h fifty-ninth annual meeting of the
and Medical Science, and Zoology.i sistant secretary of the American de- .r home for students interested in ltfift y-it-nulmeig o h
Po L d Dince the Museumt tyaf A r no new light on the case. Adrian Le- erf sSchoolmasters' asscociation, will be
isPSecetr. L o the sorganization, andgl Austrian section, of the repar- ver, son of Fred Leever and a mem- The public is invited to attend the started tomorrow morning with an
is Secretary gfteognztoadation cImsin hi a olw be fth rcin.man to puI smi oae address by President Marion L. Bum-
during the meeting, may be found in ations commied by an assistantship to Col. Wi- the stand net and also denied any reading ts afternoon.e will talk upon S e As-
room Z242, NaturalScienceaduartr liam B. Causey, technical advisor to knowledge of the money or skeleton pects of American Higher Education."
the Austrin DIIDTOI mirriiii ' Students may procuretiks tth
ro fi te assembly. Programs of A government, which posi- which was supposed to have been T u y s
the meeting can be obtained there, tio he held from k 1921 to 1g23. found. Uwho.hhIuVraymh e t
and those interested are invited to at- Olin Wnthrop B-ackett, who a1- club free of charge from the secretary
tend the various sectional meetings been appointed an assistant professor trar's outer office today, the club, who willbin the regis-
as well as the larger gatherings. of business statistics, recently came ['a oter ofatomorrow,
into prominence in the economic woridiUIVILIRUSSI BIVay
through his article "Iron and Steel,"s n r .
which was published in the NovemblerT PrendeteM a.fterton that. nrmnn Aii

1111 anusIV IUIILU I
OF STEEL PRODUCTION~
Movies showing the manufacture of
steel will be shown at 7 o'clock to-
night in Natural Science auditorium.
This is part of the Testing Materials
Course under Professor F. N. Menefee G
of the mechanical engineering depart-
ment, but will be open to the public.
Several of the lectures in the course
this year will be supplemented by
moving pictures showing the manu-
facture of different materials. Other
films that will be shown this sem-
ester will include some on tile, as-I
phalt, brick, hollow tile, and probably
concrete.
FI
.
TUT! TUT!
As an argument fr our Used Car
Department we have this to offer.
"The older the car the better the
bargain." One found in the tomb
of dm ionz 't an't h nur-

ssue of the Rexjiew o1! Economic 1111 U I1UUiLUU ULUU
Statistics. - -
Istius. NJohn D. Ackerman, '24E, an officer
Requlests Names of Entranls . in theltussian Elrmy suring- the World
He took his degree of Batchelor of the, ussianspeak yon "The RusseaWorld
Arts at Wesleyan university in 1917, miWa, will speak on "The Russian I-
which he followved with the shortI migrant Since 1918," before the Cos-
r mopolitan Club at their next meet-
course in naval training at the An- ing Friday, April 4. The meeting will
napolis Naval academy. In 1920 he be held at 7:30 o'clock in Lane Hall
took his Master's degree at Wesley- auditorium. Ackerman, who is study-
an. The thesis which he wrote at that ing aeronautical engineering at the
time, "Entrepreneur's Theory," has University, came to America in 1918
become rather well known. after serving a year on the French
Blackett was made a Thayer fellow and Italian fronts.
at Harvard in 1920, and has been con- Yoshiyasu Kumazawa, '26, will
nected with the economics department speak on "School Life in Japan,"
of that institution since that time. comparing the Japanese and Amer-
All students who hope to enter the ican school systems; and Miss Yi Fang
new School of Business in the fall I Wu, grad., will speak on "Women's
are urged to leave their names with 1 Activities in China," with special ref-
the secretary of the economics de -t erence to thle changes which took
tpar tn inaorder that theadministi nplaceafter the revolutionwof 1911.
tion may have some idea of the num-i The public is invited to attend.
ber of students to expect next se-
mester. Detroit Engineers
Yost To Address Will Banquet Here
Scout Gatherindi Detroit branch of the American In-
stitute of Chemical engineers will hold
~~~a banquet at the Union tommorow
Coach Fielding I. Yost will address night. The general topic for discus-
a metingof prospective scout leaders sion will be professional ethics. This
tonight at the Scout headquarters on meeting is being sponsored by the pro-
Huron street upon "couting's Oppor- I fessors in the chemical engineering

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there would be a special meeting of
the Senate council to be held at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon to con-
sider the Student -council petition re-
garding discipline cases. The coun-
cil had requested that this meeting
be held. I
The petition states that the council
be given the right to hold prelimin-
ary investigations- in all student dis-
cipline cases which are handled by
either the University Discipline com-
mitte or the Senate Committee on
Student Affairs and to make recom-
mendations of their findings to either
of these bodies.
DailyReporter
Is April Fooled

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In search of an incident of April tion will include E. St. Elmo Lewis, of
Fool nature, the reporter strolled the Campbell-Edwald Advertising
wantonly along State street. The agency, the first who has been secur-
weather had just fooled him again, ed. The definite date of his lecture
an4 he shivered for want of overcoat. has not been announced.
A group of students was scrutiniz-
ing the- Captain Applejack display in a Spanish Club
State street window, and among them
a pair of woozly socks of brilliant To Give Dance
coloration. He approached the wearer,
of the gorgeous hosiery and asked: The Spanish club will meet at 7:30

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