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THE WEATHER
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KXIV. No 139

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE,

S SUMMONED
'PEAR BEFORE
E COMMITTEE;

PLAN TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES
OF CORRUPTION IN WAR
FRAUD CASES
LANE DISMISSAL WAS
CAUSE FOR INQUIRY
Senator Wheeler Presses Claii That
Attempts Were Made to Cover
* Air Graft Quiz
Washington, April 3.--(By AP)-
The senate Daugherty committee
turned its inquiry today upon the war
department and concluded a three ses-
sion by summoning Secretary Weeks,
to appear before it tomorrow witht
specified documents relating to de-
partmental handling of war fraud
cases.
The committee had listened, before

Faculty To Give
Fin a l Concert
The University Symphony orches-
tra, under the direction of Samuel
Pierson Lockwood, with Albert Lock-
wood and Emily Mutter as soloists,I
will give, the last of the regular fac-'
ulty concerts on Sunday afternoon in
Hill auditorium, They are playing a
program of large dimensions, one
number of which is having its first
performance in this country, the
Scriabine Concerto for piano and or-
chestra.
Miss Emily Mutter is a young violin-
ist of much promise who has been
studying in the School of Music for
four years. Mr. Lockwkood deenms her
one of few violinists of her age capa-
ble of appearing with the symphony
orchestra. She is but fourteen years
old. Her number on the program is
the Legende of Wieniawski.
B RTON AsDDRESSES
ED CAT resdnsSimH efre

UNIVERSITY SENATE ACTION
RESULT OF PETITION TO
PRESIDENT

IS

COUNCIL CREATES'
FAGCULTY-STU DENT
DISCIPLINE BOARD

EXPECT THAT STUDENTS
WILL HAVE MORE POWER
Proposal for increased Self-Govern.
juent Conics from. Suggestion
of Faculty
Changes in the handling of student
discipline cases which will probably
result in an enlarged form of student
self-government in the University will
be brought about by a committee con-
sisting of three members of the Sen-
ate council and three student council
representatives. This committee was
created yesterday at the Senate coun-
cil meeting which was called to dis-
cuss the student council's petition
asking that that body have more

The Day's News At
The Capitol
A house committee began hearing on
the advisability of amending section 28
of the Burton marine act.
Secretary Mellon concluded his
testimony on taxes in a three hour
session of the senate finance commit-
tee.
President Coolidge conferred with>
his advisory committeeoncoordina-
tion of rail and water transportation.
Dr. Elwood Mead of Berkley Calif.,
was appointed by -Secretary Work,
commissioner of Reclamation bureau.
The state department announced
conclusion of a treaty with France as-
uring full equality of rights for Amer-,
ican interests and national in Syria
and the Lebanon.

o ICUSIONHELD
A1T MEETINGS OF
SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND PUBLICj
SCHOOLS GIVE JOIT
CONCERT
NEW HISTORY SECTION
HEARS HAYDEN, KALAW
Director of Institute of Ecoonomics
at Washington to Deliver
Public Address
Meetings of the various sections of
the Michigan Academy of Science,
Arts and Letters occupied the second
day of the annual three-day conven-
tion of the organization here yester-
day. Papers on topics of interest to
the different groups were read, and
discussions were held on the material
presented.
The sections in botany, economics,

Brown Chosen To
Spea k Cap Night,

Oscar Brown, '241, was' named stu-
dent speaker for Cap Night. May 17,
at a meeting of the Student council
held last night in the Union. Edvwin
Denby, '96L,. former secretary of the
navy, will, as previously announced
be the almuni speaker ;vhile the facul-
ty representative has not yet been
decided upon.
The spring games committee of
which James A. Rice, '24, is chairman
announced that the tug of war be-
tween the freshmen and sophomores
will consist of but one pull this year
instead of the customary three.
The Council named a committee'
consisting of John W. Kelly, '24L,
Stewart R. Boyer, '24L, and Donald
W. Steketee, '24eto meet with three
representatives of the Senate council
for consideration of the Student coun-
cil's petition for jurisdiction in stu-
dent discipline cases.
[F[[T 9NIN LATE RETURNSk

SHERMAN TO I
ADDRESS Ta
AT CON YOGI
ILLINOIS PROFESSOR H
SCHOOLMASTERS' C
CONVENTION
IS NOTED AUTHOR
SPEAKER O F A

All

Classes Will Boi DI
Assemble In Hill aud
For Services

All classes in the University
dismissed at 11 o'clock this n
to permit attendance at a
cation in Hill auditorium at
Prof. Stuart Pratt Sherman
English department of the Un
of Illinois will be the speaker,
as his subject "Towards an Ar
Type." Professor Sherman
here at the invitation of the IM1
"Cr~i nnl~snafna ni~i' CR L

its aummons was issued, to the stories Annual Scoolmasters
of Ahsnua.l Sgel aoleal adistrto power in the trial of unruly studnts.
ofe aTos.. anrsrie, 'ahoegaladvisorhtodimeet The petition as submitted requested
the army air service, who said he had thtteSuetcuclb ie h
been ordered a day or two ago "to! that the Student council be given the
E y tt MANY FEATURES ARRANGED fright of investigation and recommend-
tha away from the te FOR TODAY'S CONFERENCE ation in such affairs with the final de-
then had been dismissed from the ser-____ciinrsngwtthfauybo.
vice cison resting with the faculty body.
Lane said also that papers bearing "Some Aspects of American Edu- As a result of the appointment of this
upon his inquiry into war contracts, cation," were discussed by President combined committee to consider the
which he.regarded as his own, were Marion L. Burton who addressed the whole question of student discipline
seized by Capt. W. F. Volandt, assis- s and of relations between faculty and
hsue second general, session of the Michi-I students in general an entire new
tchief of the army air service gan Schoolmasters' club yesterday
which issued the "stay away" orders, morning in Hill auditorium. The method of governing such affairs may
Captain Volandt, who was at once President, after welcoming the repbes- be adopted which will bring about
summoned, before the committee, in enitatives, n riefly outlined the ep - closer cooperation between the two
the course of a sharp investigation by fational situation in th-e preparatory £actors involved, and perhaps give the
Sen. Wheeler, dem, Montana, the schools and the Universities. students voting power in discipline
committee prosecutor and other memi- The president deplored the attitude cases.
herI said he regarded Lanes' papers of many students who have for their In commenting upon the Senate
as ,part; of the o6ffiial departmental:Iconi'atosJhW.Kly'2L
files. He had .turned thema over to primary concern not what is right or council's actions, John W. Kelly, '24L,
4 n t t rong in doing a thing but whether president of the Student council, said
eryoughtan opinion as to their hywill get caught doing it. ie last night. "The action of the Senate
ter heayWes s h epsaid that "al of us" are adepts in council which should eventually re-
status 'from the judge advocate gen- self-deception and the students only salt in giving the Student council far
eral. Sec. Weeks, i the terse exam- reflected this attitude in their actions more disciplinary powers than its
ination on Capt. Yolandt, charged that A r a remedy for th'is evil. Presi town petition requested, is all more
the disiiissal of Lane and the seques- ;en Burton suggested the school tea- gratifying because the new proposal
tration of his papers was "intended hers get to the student conscious- is entirely the faculty's own and came
to cover up the war departnents interelatinshipsandmakewithout any solicitation upon the part
ha nding of air fraudd cases.' Thi~, them' realize that some' things ae I of the council."'
o dight and lsome things :are wrong.#
He stated that 'we need mre inner
zRSIRL SP'EAK i rea~lity i , 'y'yqq. S ot Head Spe;i' 't tCA LFRN I ONFERS
an the afternoon sessioni Dr. Wallace.
W. Atwood, President of Scott Uni-
Sversity, gave an address on "The New-
ergMeaning of Geography in American"
l 'Education." , He declared, "America ,,Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of the Grad-
Cmg to, Ann Arbor on a special must get away froig the p1o+anicl uate school. has recently been honor-
speaking tour, Dr. Jesse Edward Moor- attitude of Isolation, and harmony and ed by the University of. California by
land, colored representative of the in- cooperation among nations will exist the conferring of the degree of Doc-
ternational committe of the Y. M. C. only after our students have been , tor of Laws, the highest honor accord-
introduced to the peoples of other fed by that university. This degree
A., is to be the principal speaker at the Icountries." was conferred upon him at the re-
University services to be held at 7:30 He stated that this necessity exists cent inauguration of W. W. Campbell,
o'clock Sunday night in Hill auditor- because we can no longer secure land '86E, as president of the university.-
fim. Dr. Moorland is considered as by conquest, that the development of Among the nine other men in the
one of the foremost men in his field transportation and communication United States who were given the
in the 'world, and will appear in this facilities has brought the elimination same honor are: Stephen T. Mather.
city under the 'auspices of the Student of space to a large degree, and that director of the National Park service;
Christian association. the world today is faced with over- Dr. Arthur O. Lovejoy, of the philos-
Teopulation. ophy department of Johns Hopkins un-
W . . The classical. conference opened vriyAbrs wsegner
W* ' iversity; Ambrose "Swaey, engineer
ter Fied For with an exhibition of papyri manu- and manufacturer; Dr. Charles Col
"N ughty Wor scripts and fasimiles.displael byaeD.Che,,
j t ~Prof. H. A. Sanders of the l atin (le- ;lenseastegte, prIeident f the Califo-
partment. Prof. D'Ooge of the State Inia Fruit Growers' association; Wil-
The campus chuckled yesterday,and Normal School, Ypsilanti, speakin on liam Benson Storey, president of the
snorted between ch.uckles over what "Essentials and . Non-Essentials", i Santa Fe railroad; D. Robert A. Mi-
many termed a painfully cake-eater- stated that too mnuch empass was likn, president of the Califrna In-
istic story. Here's the story: A wait- placed upon irrevalent matters in the stitute of Technology; Dr.William
er at a fashionable eating house just study of the classics. DTan Di,, of Stanford university; and
off the campus was abruptly infrmed Chicago M1an Talk Dr. John C. Merriam, president of
his services were no longer desired. prof. James W. Lin sof the nive- Carnegie institute.
heas argood witer, aswier sirgo.sity of Chicago in his speech ientitlCd Dean Lloyd was in Berkeley at the
He was a good waiter, as waiters go' "Coaching versus Teaching", stated time of the inauguration and return-
it, is .said, and he sought reasons for that two prinipiles have been well es~ dt n ro svrldy g.
his dismissal. I httopricils aeben~el cs-Ie to Ann Arbor 'several days ago.
The prorietor wtablished. First, our schools have While there .he was called upon to
The propretor, who is also the cook' reached a high degree of success in kasec sarpeettv f
ws glad to oblige. "You said 'oh hell' rhe aehig de r of ucss > make a speech as a representative of
the denvelopiment of atletics, and the
when you forgot something, to those have reached a correspondingly other colleges at the ceremonies.
whenece acrrsodigylow K
fellows over by the window, and they degree in the growth of scholarship.
kicked about it," he explained. " The Prof. Linn scored the view that "we' GOVERNMENT AIR-
discharged waiter is threatening to are paying too much attention to ath- FIL M TO BE SHOW N
bring a libel suit against "the fellows letics" and asserted that because the
over by the window" claiming that he athletic coaching methods have be- t
did not say "Oh hell," and that his come so successful, the logical course Government films showing the rec-
reputation as a waiter was damaged was to apply those same methods to ent events inthe airplane world will
by the accusation and subsequent dis- i the training of the mind. For those r e on tocloc esy it
isa.students who want. to become merelyb tl ceeatrnaudtiual societin Na-
lumni let the college provide "1200
yeam insructon. six reels of movies there will lie a
Amonarg the t other conferences, yes-I lecture by Major Carl Spatz, coin-
raus Returns From Pharmacy teetA nts of sthe r
Dean Edward H. Kraus of the Sum- terday were the English conference ine mandant of the first pursuit group of
mer session will return today from charge of the Michigan Council of the United States Army.
Chicago where he has. been attending Teachers of English, the History con-
a meeting of the executive committee Terence. addressed by iProf. A. L.Novel Contest To Be Held
of the national pharmaceutical facul- Cross of the European history depart-I Representatives of seven high
ties. The comiiittee was scheduled iment speaking on "Some Recent De- schols will engage in a novel contest
to draft the minimum requirements (Continued on Page Tw&) here today before the Council of Eng-
which the members of this association ._____lish Teachers of the Michigan School-
are to demand for admission to exam- masters' club. It is to be a test not
ination as registered pharmacists. Deans Of ien To ',ony of the youngsters' ability to use
Dean Kraus left the city Wednesday.; ga Ay rA 'English, but of their knowledge o'

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Subpoenoes were issued by the
senate oil committee for J. D. Frea of.
Oklahoma city and Robert F. Wooh'e of
Columbus, 0., who will be questioned
as to gossip about oil deals at the 1924
Republican convention.
The . Senate Daugherty commission
subpoenoed Secretary Weeks after
hearing testimony of Thomas F. Lane
who was suspended from the army
air service, after refusing to comply
with a request of his superior officer
that he stay away from the commit-
tee.
SOTDA CUTS SEVERE BLDWI

Appropriation Bis Before
Must be Considered
Reduction

Congress
ire

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langageandliteatue, eoloy ad zchooimasters' club w
mineralogy math eatuis, sanitary and Wisconsin Election For District Dele- jholding its annual convE
medical science, zoology, anthropol- a ll Supportdgeroor S
ogy and history and political science themost popular mn,
met yesterday, and a complimentary elpAJOJrITmY OF PRECINCTS SHOW Il
cocr ythe University School of S 111A A 0Illinois faculty, has in
concert by teUiest colo SMITHI LEAIING OVER 1CADOO i achieved national prom
Music and the public schols of Annchampionothe Prim
Arbor was given for the Academy, and Milwaukee, April 3.-(By AP)- champion of "the Puri
the Schoolmasters' club last night in Delegates' pledge to Senator R. M. literature produced by
Hill auditorium. LaFollettee continue to pile up in- Dreiser, Cabel Ande
ized section in history and olitical creased leads as belated returns from O'Neill, Hergeshlemier a
science yesterday afternoon, papers Tuesdays election were compiled to- His books, "Americans'
day. With half the precincts in the Genius of America", hav
ofr atuarinerest were restory state heard from, delegates at large read and praised for th
Pro. at ton ad Den o te. Kalrypledged to Senator LaFollette emer- and power, while his a:
exchange professor from the awniver, ged with a total of 152,031 and those "A Conversation with C
pledged to President Coolidge with a recent issue of The Atl
sity of the Philippines. Professor total of 77,915. is equally famous.
Hayden, spoke on' Development of The delegates pledged to Governor IFollowing his graduat:
'Indies 'vernment in ta o "Th Al Smith of N. Y. were leading those hams college in 1903 Wh
Inis"adDanKlwo T erlgdo m I~ob Z0U alaa olg n10 h
Philippines After 25 'Years of Amer- ledged to Wi. McAdoo by 12,000 maj- ected to tme Phi Beta K
ican Sovereignity" tjority the Smith men having a total of Sherman went to Harva
The program for tincludes 35,354 against 23,285for McAdoo dele- where he received a ma
meetings of some of the sections lur- gates. in 1904 and a doctor's d
metingsthemofrso theUnivrsectondu In the contest for district delegates, After a year as instruct
ing the morning, the University con- while LaFollette forces won a sweep- in Northwestern univer
cheonat the Union at noon. a meet- ing victory in virtually all districts, to the University of Ill
of tie council at 1.30 in room G436, the first district in the southeastern Since 1911 he has been
ng ncorner of the state returned two dele- there.
Natural Science building, a general
meeting of the Academy frtheelect-gates for President Coolidge, and de- ! Professoi' Sherman'
meting of er Aadem:y0 o'rk the elec- veloped a strong contest on the base works include: "Matthew
ion of officers at 2:30 o'clock in room of returns in the sixth district. This "on Contemporary Liter
41507,cNockra' Kc 'adresuildnan"Tedistrict will however remain in doubt ;'dition tiq iijtnrous odjti
4uropean a jmub Siateon" by until the canvassing, force completes I ics published' under!'1t
Prof.H GoMoSton iirector of the its work. ,The Smith district delegates He is an asociate editor
Pros. G o uloms tp of theagt are also leading the McAdoo delegates bIridge History'of Ameri
D.s C.~e ~ Pfessormic t' Wishron- in the ,majority of districts, and a frequerit contrib
D. C. Professor Moulton' is a prom- a________ _____t__anti' p
Inent economist, and is an authority . ary. magazines. Perhal
on his particular subject. His ad- importntl'of his recen
Acamy fosis ye. gwas his election to the N
the A cadermy for this year. ttofAtad Letters

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SOLDiER BONUrS ESTIMATED AT
$l3900.000) FOR FIRST YEAR

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Washington. D. C., April 3.-(By A.
P.)--Announcement today by Chair-
man Smoot of the senate finance coni-
'imittee that some. of fthe special, appvo-
priation .bills pending before -congressF
would have to be considered in con
nection with tax 'reduction, dealt a
servere blow to the chances of reten-
tion of some of the taxi cuts made by?
the house in the revenue bills.
Bills calling for aggregate appropri-
ation of almost $600,000,000 are pend
ing, and some have been passed by
either the house or senate.
Mr. Smoot is preparing a list of
probable extra expenditures which lie
thinks will have to be taken care of
by the revenue bill now under consid-
eration. In this he would include, he
said, the soldier bonus bill, which it
is estimated will cost a maximum of
$135,000,000 in the first year of opera-
tion.
PAYNE WILL GIVE
DANCE EXHIBITION

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FOWLER STRESSES NEED
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FOR ADVERTISING STUDY
Stressing the need of knowing the
advertising public and making a com-
plete analysis of the entire field be-
fore starting any campaign, Richard
C. Fowler, vice-president of the Camp-
D3ell-Trump 'Advertising company of
Detroit spoke last night in Natural
Science auditorium.
This was the second of .a series of
six lectures on advertising which is
being sponsored here by Alpha Delta
Sigma, honorary advertising frater-j
nity for the benefit of those interested
in advertising. as a profession. Mr.
Fowler also gave several personal ex-
amples illustrating, his points.
The next lecture on the series will
be given by St. Elmo Lewis, vice- pres-=
ident of the Campbell Ewald com-
pany after the Easter vacation.

REFORM C9BINET AGI NI
Paris. April 3.-(By AP)--Once
again Premier 'Poincare has had to
use forceful measures in the Chamber
of Deputies to obtain the decisive act-
ion. The obstructive tactics of the op-{
position today entailed the premier to
threaten the reformation of the entireI
cabinet unless the discussion of the
government foreign policey was com-
pleted and a vote taken."
(Chorus Presents
Cantata In Honor -
Of Schoolmasters

"CAPTAIN PPLEJA
TO BE- GIVEN T[

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G. G. Payne, director of the Terrace
Garden Studio of this- city, will give
an exhibition of the Society and Ar-
gentine tangoes, and of the waltz
fascinations, at a dance of la; Socie-
dad Hispanica, to be held in Barbour+
I Gymnasium at 9 o'clock tonight. Tic-
kets for the dance may be obtained at
the bookstores, and dancing will be,
from nine to one o'clock. Miss Mar-
garet Page will assist Mr. Payne in the
exhibition.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 2.-Spring
I football practice at the University of
I Pennsylvania started last week, but
j has been handicapped by the scarcity
of candidates,
Bridges Will Arr
D To Take C
Dr. Robert Bridges poet Laureate of.
England, who will hold the fellowship
in creative art in the University dur-
ing the remainder of the academic,
year, will arive in Ann Arbor at 9:12
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Caslualties Caused By Tornado
Dallas Tex., April 3.-One man was.
reported killed and six persons ser-
iously injured in a tornado that swept
through Richardson, 14 miles south of
here, late today. Damage was esti-!
mated at $25,000 to $50,000.
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Ive Today
Jp Art Fellowship
ed years to the rigors of a Michigan
i Winter. Dr. Bridges ejoys excellent
health although he is in his 80th year.
The Laureate was born October 23,
1844; He received his formal educa-

Presenting their annual concert in
compliment to the visiting teachers of
the Schoolmasters' club, the Ann Ar- ,
bor High School chorus' of 400 voices
assisted by the symphony orchestra
of the Cass Technical high school and
James Hamilton, tenor of the school
of music, sang Coleridge-Taylor'sj
"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" in Hill
Auditorium last night.
The chorus, under the direction of I
George Oscar Bowen, sang the love- I
ly cantata with great effect, theirI
voices blending in beautiful harmonyi
fLIlowing carefully the baton of the{
leader. If the male voices are a
little light for such a large chorus,
they make up for it by the really love-
ly qua.lity which characterizesnot
only that section of the group, but
the whole' chorus as well. Melodies
and counter melodies were undertak-
en with remarkably trained ease,.
leading to a fine climax at the end of
the cantata.
County Roads in Good Con ditolE
Washtenaw county board of road
commissioners reports that county
roads in general are passable and arel
becoming better daily. "
On many of the roads the frost is
out of the ground and if they had
not frozen up again over the week-
end, they would be fairly dry now,

Comedy club will present the s
performance of Walter Hackett's
ular melodrama, "Captain Apple
this evening at the Whitney Th
This added performance is.
given in honor of the visiting me
of the- Schoolinaster's club. It
thought that a production by the
est dramatic society on the ca
would be of particular momen
them in view of the marked in
in amateur dramatics throughm
high schools of the state.'
As special guests of honor Mr
MNrs. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. Frost
fessor Stuart 'P. Sherman, and .
dent Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
ton will also attend the- perforn
this evening.
The house is reported to be
nearly sold out, but a few des
seats are still on sale at the
ney Theater box office.
Washington, D. C., April 3.-D
wood Mead, irrigation enginee
Berkeley, Cal., was appointed by
retary Work today to be commisG
of the bureau of reclamation.
BUYING BOOK FOR LADY
FRIENO) TICKLISH MATT
"Queernesses and frailties
h human nature are' often displ
ed in a book shop, but about
funniest thing that happ
there is when a young man wi
esto buy a book for 'his gir
I This is the opinion of the m;
ager of the department of st
(lard editions and recent 1
sellers in Graham's St
street book store.
"The young man comes
wanders around, looks the stc
over very carefully, and wl
asked what he wants respo
l it n bp-,h sivi 01,

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We have in our midst a charming
bunch of thise dispensers of high-
er learning. It is a privilege, etc.,

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Deans and Advisors of Men from
.colleges and universities in this coun-
tr., will oth in Ann A rbn .fr their

facts and conditions. Schools to be
representedl are:Saginaw Arthur Hill,
Saginaw Eastern, Kalamazoo, Battle
Creek, Lansing. Port Huron anti
Ypsilanti.I

o'clock this morning accompanied by ;tion at Ell ton and at 'Corpus Christi col-
Mrs. Bridges. They will be met at the I lekes, Oxford. Following a "grand
depot by President Marion L. Burton tour" of the Continent, he became in-
and Mrs. Burton whose guests they terested in medicine the study of
will be for several days prior to mov- which he pursued so successfully that
ing into the home of Prof. Philip Bur- he had acquired considerable emin-
sley at 917 Olivia avenue. ence as a physician by 1882, the year
The Laureate is the first holder of in which he turned to literature.

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