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THE ;MICHIGAN .DAILY ,

ENGLISH FLYERS OUT TO BEAT U. S.

LIVULIUbt DRUK~U
BYDETROI T GROUP
Republienn Convention rrases Dtnby,
Jllicks 31e°110n1Taxat ion
Plan
BRAND CONCH 'S' MINOB.ITY
A S " o l ] I ; L T M T E"etro it, A p ril 2 3 .- W a y n e co u n ty
Republicans in convention here yes-
terday endorsed President Coolidge
aind the Mellont tax plan; praised Ex-
secretary of thle Navy Denby as hav-
ing taken the most vital act of pre-
parednes in the Pacific; endorsed th,,
bonus and branded the Cougr~ssional
minority as political traitors.
The resolutions presented for adop-
tion at the spring convention of Wayne
Republicans contained the above re-
solutions in detail. Starting with aj
suimmary of the satisfying conditions
prevailing in the United States at the
present time, due to Republican ad-
ministration, (according to the con-3
vention,) with a detailed account{
of measures which have led to present
prosperity, the Republicans then listed
their endorsements of candidates for
the coming election.
An expression of faith in Edwin
Denby was contained in the notes.
Charlces Warren and Alex J. Croesbeck
were named as delegates at large to
the state convention to be held in
Grand R;apids on MAay 6. A call for'
all Republicans to vote in the next
election in order to secure success in.
the voting wvas made. The name of
Couzens wvas not mentioned by the
party. The cut in nationali taxes made
during the last admninistration wad
credited to the party with arguments1
given for the enactment of the Mollon
tax plan.

Newvs Of Indian Burial Mound I Bowles To
Finds In State Reach MUuseulm I .C

Speak
A. Course

Dr. G C. owlesof Detroit, is to
Construction workers on the Pere of 1,000 Iroquois, in whiichi all' of the 11" th, prini pal spea ker at the last
Marquette have unearthed a fine spec- inhabitants but three we'ore killedl or of a se ries of vocational talks to be
mnofaIninbramonnarcarried wl wa. gien at 1 o'lock Sunday aVfternoonl
ime ofan ndin bria mond ear The fir-t sk eletons founld were toi i aehll unde r the 'auspices of the
Alexis, Michigan, accordling to word of amn oaadcll esn!vctoa eatetof, the student
received here by Dr. W. B. Hindlale wooaf iwe h fn"Ltmaete Chi'st i"na s oci. tion. IDr.lBowles is
the zoology museum. The dIiscoveory inumber of buried b 1odies rond170,c(1idre ason of the leadling auii
~U~kLI, VII i p o &i l, ti 1 J149.

was reported by Calvin GoodIrich, at:
present on the staff of the T~ield
Bl1ade.
A great number of bones are meni-!
tioned as part of the find, toget her
with a number, of implements and or-
naments. Dr. H-indale is manking a r-
1 rangements to send invesia to rs to
the region, but expected that 4the value1
of the find would probably be les;sened'
by unskilled. investigation.
This find follows on the heels of thle
discovery of another large mound at
St. Ignace which was reported to the
museum by A. Riley Crittenden, pa: -
tor of the St. Ignace Methodist Episco-
pal church, and former member o L
the Times News staff here. Rev. Crit-
tenden reports that the find has not
been investigated as yet, but is being
guardIed to preserve it until experi-I
enced archaeologists can direct opera-
tions. The bones in the mound are
crumbling badly, he states, and are
difficult to handle. HeI has sent
skull to the museum, which i ;)r._I lins-
dale declares has been buidCon-
siderable time.
The large amount of bonecs in too
mound fosters the belief that this was
the burial place of Iroquois. Indians,
perhxaps following some massacre, ac-
cording to Dr. Critte-nden. He quotes
fromt a history of Mlicigazn by Cla rke
IRichard Tuttle regarding an attack-
o, n the mission of,St. Ignace by banl

l ofte iuntry, anm wiilgive an ad-
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ihi W itisi plane wh-,Iieali is a0tseiiitiii g to beat the U. S. Iliens arou i idthe w c4-rld abov e) and below, its crew:
Squ~ dron :lcoider XAi arena (sl-i ani g) Flyig Officer lenderel Ii, 1)iHot, and Ser-eant Anidrew s (right),
Thfe g tetraice in the L,'Mtory of the worlhi is now in progress, Th c cou l rS blvo-vld itself. The rac-
ers are I ytis-h "a.d('. Ai,,,canplaunes. TIme prize is the honor o)f being the fi rst to (1C) -ri~C h Io',e by air.
Thle Biitis', ,l plne, comlmanded. bySquadron- LeaderN.Iac-aren ofthe RoOvi f;ead arigto oth-
ers, is 1i}ink;b tl,(> yof EytJnkldia, CIna, Japan. Cani~aaand GCxr8eenn :], 1,w:h it l ried StalIes entrants
in the r"ace, of which there are'othree a re g o ing in the opposite direction.
Oficiailly, it is not a race, hoee.iris MFacl~z ren tuveilin. und or t_^c li r odes f the ritishgoV-
eminent, as the Americam fliers are a n4 ir theirs.

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cormunonnlace character. n:Mr. r _; ei C hris<.-
in selection, is to say the leas;:,mu-
r dal. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells. anything
quickly.-Adv.

Clemnt, l~oc (J .ofeducation at
Notheser uivrsty hsbeen ap-
),ing cci~ Jrf F.s Bolt-ss o1 edIucation in the
Puiersty.acording to a statement
f~otthe oft'ice of. the presiden . Thie
ratnfinent will be effective Sept, 1.

;m' W a ~pi1 2.-----John Adso15t

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Bloomington, April 2':.--The 2ii
of Indiana" in pageanrtctrm wil lb(.
shown at the amphitheater on May 7
as part of the University's centennial
celebration.

IIIIBUI U' Cyesterday afternoon's twilight organ
u~r~unrecital. This mray sonund lTike a fac"e-
FOR H UM IILLII iU he aftiI ~ lrt' a!bard a goodly ,ainuhor of concerts in;
which the wiork of the mnain performer
(Continued from Page One) was anything but outstn~nding
3acli's "Prelude a nd Fugue", in TiE
Dar. Lee R. Dice, curator :^f mtaua1-miogae r.hitanhebsop
mans in the museum, was grante6d: i orunity fr. dilay of atiest.p-
leave of absence for the summner to pl>ayed the grand, but simple, first
carry out researches in Cob o.opjssaC, n a nanner that waspea-
Carl L. Hubbs, curator of fishe sm ij e t.ftFi e ad ,i.' zont 14u ciiet iVY
museum, was granted a leave _of At: a n4?Mlb n at ' tl'u run~t
sence during July to direct a survey of tht it was music. r :ointhe bolder
th~e fish fauna of tlme Au Stable, PiQa gd lstimnrJ4i hcnl) os t ,y1Pef o
age System. opening passage:, Mr, Chr£stian C"ha j
Ruth Rouse, assistant to p,L -N W to h IT in' j 1,0,i-c 1X.
frl dH. Lloyd of the Gradf4tte hd'Mj i t? Las ~zactjfgll qrFBILV N iets . .
'Wa appointed recorder in the 10q Fl£ Wagne's'Tannh11au't1.ser" overiture1 is
uate scholby the ~ 22
The Chinese Student' 11A1: nce ofis i long _I' orous a pir, .and the
forth America will bpol i #Nfftectm UL ne iswlhli f~i. ia '
in AnIdborthean orchestra w.ere .plamg ir-'
annual conference i i rr Sea.A; r; mbnts"ad
'eek of -'September 4, it 'waes an- Csted. Ati ),: th witr'st"Grayd
Cho -- n tecedh li n
Thune Pn-meichat ~a ~it ,wa i~vrnjii:p-E o anti ttrong
ThePanAniric~n11ighwy ('.1- r'endifo'n. which make; it rathter easy
mission, investigating Americn high- forThe iselel tp n7i-lhe a horus
ways and highway transport PI; gUests' singling. -
of the Highway Education boar!, wlM -Aford in gs)ea i 1tms1 b sal)or
spend a dlay at the University!, early in 1, ChuItitiiY , progr,.. There is
June, in recognition of the Unive'- somiething l* ot?;th17ftli,11lVr311Of or-'
sity's accomplishmuents in thisfie ld. ,gan play°ilin h 1i"2Me00u tink he

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Bud~get Adopted
The Regents adopted the budget of I_
the University hospital for next year
amounting to $908,747.
The degree of bachelor of science in
architecture was granted Florence B'.
Robinson, Grad. Degrees of bachelor
o~f science in engineering wero czmn-
erred on' Earl C. Friel, '24E, andi
Charles V. Berry. The degree oif doc-
tor of medicine was granted Clarence
H. Crego, :Jr., '24-M.
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