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XIV. No. 103

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE,

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Y HEAD
K TODAY

Charles B. Warren
Is Chosen To Be
Envoy To Mexico

FACE GOPHERS AT
COLI SEUM TONIGHT

GEORGE WASHINGTON

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OF CORB.
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MAKES TOPIC CHOICE
ON SELF-GOVERNMENT
ralmer Christian, Hamilton Included
on Program of Musical
Numbers

3IEETI JMINNESOTA AT S O'CLOiCX;
SECOND GAME AT SAME TIME
TOMORROW
MUST WIN BOTH TO TIE
FDR CONFERENCE LEAD

N ortlinten . Rejuain Unidefeated.
Big Ten Basc4e for Hockey

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Commemorating the 192nd anni-
vrsary of the birth of George Wash-j
ington, first president of the United
States, a University convocation will
be held at 10 o'clock this morning in.
Hill auditorium. Dr. Livingston Far-
rand, president of Cornell university
will deliver an address on "The Diffi-
cult Task of Self-Government" and
other events appropriate for the oc-
casion are scheduled.
Dr. Farrand is generally regarded
as one of the most eminent of pres-
entday American educators and, in
addition to this, he has won distinct-,

Chamipionslip
Michigan's Varsity hockey team will
meet Minnesota at 8 o'clock tonight
at the Coliseum rink in the first game'
of what promises to be the most im-
portant series of the season. The
second contest will be played at thet
same time tomorrow night. In order
to go into a tie with the Gophers for
the Conference championship Coach,
Barss's men must annex both games
of the series.
The Minnesota sextet has not met a
defeat this season at the hands of a
Big Ten rink outfit and its position
in first place in the Conference stand-

Of all national holidays in'our cal-
endar there are few, that stand* out
so prominently, and few that afford
us such a vast amount of thrill and
at the same time, reverence as does'
this one day in the year, Washing-
ton's birthday. And on this day, thel
one hundred and ninety-second anni-
versary of the birth of that splendid
figure in American history, it behoov-
es us to pay particular respect to his
memory. At a time when the world is
still in chaos, America, because it was
established with the thought of per-
manence and freedom, remains quite
alone in calmness and peace of mind,j
and continues to progress despite the
lack of cooperation and brotherly feel-
ing existent throughout the world. It
was due to the foresight of our early!
leaders that we are today as we are,
a prosperous and healthy nation, re-
spected by all. Chief aniong these
leaders was George Washington.
Our first great military leader andj
our first President should be a source
of inspiration to all true Americans.
In him, we have the symbol of what
it means to be an American, a schol-
ar and a gentleman. It is men with
the character and well meaning of
Washington, men, who love their fel-
low men, and who, are willing to live

SENATES ACTION
FOUNDED ON LIES0
ATTORNEY GENERAL THREATENS
TO PLEAD HIS CAUSE BE.
FORE NATION
OIL COMMITTEE STATES
HE DEALT IN EXCHANGES
Calls Action of Senate Unjust and,
Claims Constitutional Right to
Hearing
Washington, Feb. 21.-(By A.P.)-
Attorney general Daugherty turned
on assailants today with a threat to
take to the country his light to retain
his place on the cabinet.,
If the Senate, he said, already hadl
convicted him without hearing and on
"insinuations and falsehood" nothing
remained for hin but to plead hisl
onause before the bar of public onin- i

Charles B. Warren, of Detroit, was
nominated to be Ambassador to Mexi-
co.
The Gunboat Tulsa was ordered to
Tuxtam as a protection to Americans
there.
The Lusitania claims to Americans
aggregating $1,000,000 were handed
down by the mixed claims commission.
The House elections committee re-
commended the unseating of Sol
Bloom, Democrat, New York.
Congressional leaders began pre-
parations fora complete investiga-
tion of Northern Pacific railroad land
grants.
A house resolution appropriating
$100,000 for the Oil lease cases was
passed by the Senate.
Attorney general Daugherty in a
letter to Senator Teter, Republican.
Pennsylvania, vigorously assailed his

The Day's News Atf
The Capitol

ENTHUSIASM F
HIGH AT HO
SLOSSON Col
LARGE SIZE OF CROW
DE RATE TO BE HE
HILL AVDIT2'Itl
BOK PEACE PLAN
SUBJECT OF ARC
Both Pro essors Warntly
League Covenant i4
and Damned

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Charles B. Warren
Charles Beecher Warren of Detroit
just can't avoid being an ambassador.
He recently gave up his post as envoy
to Jaipan to attend to his business af-,
fairs, but now he has been prevailed

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defeated Michigan in Moth games of:

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die for just causes, that make up;
real leaders. These are the types 1

p critics.
ion. ._____.__
Issues Challenge It was revealed that the senate oil
The attorney general's challenge committee is investigating reports
was issued after it had been diselos- that Attorney general Daugherty had
ed that the oil committe was investi- bought and sold Sinclair oil stock.
gating a report that he had dealt in
Sinclair oil stock. Senators examining the ballots in
This report, brought to Washington the Mayfield election contest said
by a special investigator, not only had j
mnanv ha}}nrts wre beiny c~hallen e

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ion as a scientist, having been pro- j come ambassador to Mexico. He was Monday night and Tuesday afternoon, of men who are so lacking in our
lessor of psychology and afterwards a member of the commission that in- The first contest went to the North- present day, men who seek to carryj
of anthropology of the University of vestigated the worthiness of the Obre- men 2-1 while the second was Minne- out convictions that will be of some
Colorado, and from 1919 to 1921, the goi government to be recognized by sota's, 2-0. By their two victories the benefit to society. Instead, the world
year in which he accepted the Cornell the United States. Gophers maintained their clean slate s e
presidency, he was chairman of the and at the same time relegated Michi- [sofillith ecinrteder onth
central committee of the American ian nI gan, which had previously been' in a fa hof aew eet individuals.
Red Cross, in which latter capacity tie for first place, to a secondary po- Welfare of a few select individuals
he rendered distinguished services in ;Usition on the standing chart. The result, as is evident, is disaster.
the World War. Show Good Offense Let there come more Washingtons to;
President Marion L. Burton will in- Although the Wolverines met defeat a stricken world!a
troduce Dr. Farrand and Rev. Arthur in both games of the series, t-eyi
Stalker of the First Methodist Church 0 C showed more power in several bran-
will pronounce -the invocation. Or- ches of the game than earlier in the
gan numbers will be played by Pal- Noted AluuimImis To Go As Ambassador season, and with the final drilling°
mre Christian, Univiersity organist, to Country Hie Vlsited as which they have been receiving from
and Janmes Hamilton, tenor of the Special Enivoy Coach Barss during the past two days, I
School' of Music faculty will sing should give Minnesota two hard
leethaven's "The Majesty of God in struggles for first place honors. Both
Nature.' E A Y A oteAr r -
All University classes are dismiss- REPRESEN'ATIVE IN JAPAN I hard fought %and for the first!time Rests Quietly During Day and Seems
ed today and the student body is ask- this year the Northmen found a de- Improved, According to
ed' by President Burton to ur:ce in Charles Beecher Warren, '91, of De- fense which equalled their own. The Burlethum
receiving appropriately Dr. Farrand l troit,- former ambassador to Japan and Maize and Blue artists played -sfg
"a guest whom it is at once an honor tspecial envoy of President Harding's through both contt'sand it was onli
and a pleasure to entertain." secalenoyofPrsien Hrdin':. .I TA BE, 3ADE >ELW NY ],OR ;l
a pwho waset tespotisibl for -the resum I after tfrious scrimmages in the vic- - :IUMMERS: TO' CARRY ARS
who as espomm- 01 P 1inty of the goal that the Gophers were
tion of- a'Ticable relations between the I able to score.
MRIl ll DOCK OUnited States and 'the republic of Although the Michigan lineup'ij8 Washington, Feb. 21.tBy. -AP)-
iMexico, yesterday announced his ac- still unsettld, Weitzel will undoubt- Increased -hope for the recovery .o f
ceptanee of . the post of. ambassadir edly guard the cage against the Goph }enato .Greene,'of. Vermont, was E
S KUE to that country. His nomination is er .s ts, In the twogames of the reflected in a physician's bulletin 4s-j
1dfirssMinnesota series he was respon-yx
e dock work- Ambassador Warren's acceptance points for the Northmen by his re- of the patient.. Senator Greene- has
ers strike is considered virtually end- of his new post came after long con- niarkable stops of the puck. "Peji"hs been resting quietly during the. da-y
ed, although final negotiations may be: sideration of the matter during a Pr- Reynolds is another fixture on the and his Condition seems improved'
protracted. The employers have iod of the last few months which he team and will play the pivot position. the bulletin said.
agreed to advance the men one shill- has been spending quietly at his home He was responsible for the only goal Although a right side partial para-
ing now and another ensuing upon! in Detroit. The noted alumnus off made against Minnesota, shooting the lysis now exists it was learned, the
June 1, and there will be what is the University of Michigan will go puck past the Gopher goal-tender in doctors hope this will celar up in case
termed a "satisfactory inquiry," into well qualified for his position, his the last period of the first contest. Vermont Senator recovers. Temper-
the question of decasualization and previous acquaintance with the Mex--r ature late today was normal and he
an agreement for no reprisals. ican government and people standing C Quirk Proves Star a tet nom nal
" ofaptain Eddie Kahn, who was one had taken nourishment.
These are officially stated to be him in good stead. of the outstanding stars in the Mi- the Senator recovers. Temper-
the terms of the settlement, but they n o si ill again play de- I As a direct outgrowth of the shoot-j
vlil not be officially made known un-ineapolis series wi aga y - of Senator Greene last Friday
.til the delegate conference of the men's fense.d Throughout the season he has ingh of S en Gent Friday
representatives has decided whether l OTEflayedl consistently and is regardednihwh renu agitadsm-
toLaeptthtems. Tecoedrhence asyone of the most able defensi., pected bootleggers engaged in a i-uru-
to accept the terms. The conference players in the middlewest. Peterane lesstHaan three :blocks fomthe
adjourned tonight uil omN will probably play the other defense Capital, Representative Fster, Repub
becaus the differen portc-areas areposition although Todd and Levi may lican, Ohio, introduced-a resolution-in
because the different port areas are get into the fray before the end The the.House today to make it- a felony
sharply divided. London, Hall and Paris, Feb; 21.,-(By AP)-The Poin-tshe .ors o dagsto use ifeloy
*Southampton, favor the terms of set- caire government weathered the long two wings will be chsen from among yr botlyeatoun
-IBeresford, Quirk and 'Lindstrom. ;any deathly weapon.
tlement but Glasgow, Manchester, and expected crisis in the Senate today k et-
Liverpool-oppose them and other ports: -when in a test vote on the electorial Quirk proved to be the star of the
Wisconsin series which was' played at1
are doubtful. bill- the P greier was sustained en a Tailn erEsA PedFRAT[yMIY
M d n ae e n h te1o o 1 a n 1Ta 4 U n a lte ra b le in h is d ete rm in a tio n to W o lv e rin e s w o n b o th g a m e s. T h e ,

For nearly an hour last nit
uncertain just where Profe
liam IH. Hobs of the geolog
ment and Prof. Preston Slos:
history department were go
battle on the Bok Peace 1
7:30 o'clock a half hour befo
pointed time, the Natural Se
ditorium was jammed.- ,with
faculty and townspeople why
the contestants with roar
plause when they appearec
scene.
. It was soon decided that tl
ing hordes ought not to h
away and when it was annou
the debate Nvould be held it
sity hall there ensued a v
across the campus, each o
upon obtaining a front seat.
haters arrived tod and it 1
though the fray was "all se
the crowds poured in chef
Slosson or Hobbs. Finally,
Marion I. Burton appeared
scene and, at his suggestio:
announced that everyone w
journ to Hill auditorium. Ar
multuous peregrination follo
news and at 8:45 o'clock, tl
'opened with Prof. William ,A
presiding.
Favors League UInqu'alt
Professor Slosson opened't
ative argument upon the pI
that the United States shou
the policies proposed in the I
Plan. During the twenty-f
utes allotted him, -he spent
the time clarifying his pos
its relation to that of Profess(
leaving his real argument-

been aired before the committee, but "w brth sds. "'
Ion both sides.
also had been called to the attention!
of President Coolidge by Chairman The House irrigation committee
Lenroot and other administration leads
ers n th Seate.- -ed to call witnesses, to testify on
ersin he enae.1 er company, opposition to the Bo'
In his public statement. which took ecm!paojioe
the form of an open letter to Sena- dam project.
for Tether Republican, Mr. Daugher- DE
the ents in the House joined to gain
ported ,oil stock transaction of any ofaendments to the revenue bil
the individual charges made public- ahnmgh t o treeuedbl
ally against him. Instead he declared tughnt emort reted a
in general terms that some Senators Isuted profits of corporations.
were "denying him constitutional i profisoforportions
privileges which were accorded to the
basest criminal". ,
Wants Lawinl Action
"Is -the preservation of the orderly g
processes of the law and the preser- i
vation of constitutional rights of no
importance?" lie asked. "Shall repu-

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tation be destroyed and public officials 1Uw Iolfa U&a Ivi PUf4i reblmttal.
be driven fi-om office by clamor, in- He stated that although
sinuations and 'falsehood?"' . MusiclanS Who Played-.at Junior Hop' nally favored the irnmedia
The letter was written to Senator Will Return for Anual of the United States into
Teether in response to a note which Sophomore Ball of t ,Nasghdi app
the Senator sent to him late yester- I p*4 o 'r n inerin.ti<
day after he and Senator Lodge of APPLICATIONS TO BE GIVEN i- og an interntional
Mlssachusetts, the Republican lead- OUT FOR LAST TIME MONDAY yet he, r-mcognize: the" prE
e'r, had urged upon President Coolidge puiar h'o'stility to the.Lea
the retirement of Mr. Daugherty. Roy Bargy's orchestra, 'the feature country and fayored Mr.
rgroup of musicians at the 1925 J-Hop plan on the principle tI
s Creep Ahead has been secured to play at the Soph loaf is better than no b
(Prom to be held March 14 in the Un- pointed out that the Leag
By Small Margin ion, it was announced last night by is inevitably a compromi:
William Coleman, '26E, chairman. site ideals, just as every v
Yesterday tie drys nade good their Bargy will bring the same ten pieces strument in history has b
threat in the Prohibition referendun with him which played at the Hop. favors it because it is the
and crept into first placeby the small For the past year Bargy's orchestra tical plan now available
artint 1 oteis.Thi cam te sat h has been playing at the Ritz cabar- tabhishment and maintena
margin of 19 votes. This came at the et eri hr thsgie m peace"
end of a 48 hour rally of enforcement' et in Detroit where it has gained im-' eae.
suppor to ta th le yo ni I mense popularity for the quality of Professor Slosson as
supporters to take the lead away from its music. Bargy was fomerly I- contention of the Chicago
the mnodificationists in the campus bal-I anist for the leading orchestra of Ben- ; certain senators that the
lot. The actual count last night stood: son of Chicago. In Chicago he start- Nations and the World -Cot
for enforcement. 1,659, for modifica- ed the orchestra which has since made; undesirable in that they c
tion. 1,638, and for repeal, 630. its name in Detroit. He has also the United States in intern
The ballot appears, -is usual, this made several records which have at- Iitics. It is absurd to tall
morning on page. four. Late voters tamed popularity. >canisolation in these day
will have a last opportunity to register Decorations for the Prom will con- ocean can be crossed in f
their choices before the ballot closes sist of a floral piece containing the ship and in two by airplan
and the final count begins. ;class numerals-at one end of te ball- The reinadner of Profess
The new turn in the vote, local Of- room while palms will be banked address was devoted to a-c
ficials - believe, has. been largely I about the walls. The programs, which of the specific proposals
brought about by -the women's votes 1 will be given out with the tickets plan, particularly the rese
which had been coming in in increas- will be of black leather with yellow forth to safeguard the intE
Ang numbers in the last few hours of cords. iUie ttsadt t
voting. yesterday.: The time for secuiring applications League covenant. Hie cc
The mail vote yesterday was almost for the Prom has been extended, and quoting Dr.t Levermore, t
unanimously dry, it was revealed. Monday afternoon they will be avail- author, to -the effect tha
Those who are handling the work pre- ?able from 3 to 5 o'clock at the booth; greatest modern statesnm'
die, howevr. hatdn tday will e- in the Union lobby. Class dues may actively supported interna
diet, however. that today will see abeadathesmtm. League Pronounced
balancing of the two leading sides and be p~aid at the same time. k egePoone
gavor Patrons and patronesses for the Professoi Hobbs opened
by night possibly a majority infavor Prom will be: President Marion L. upon the plan by charg
of the modificationists, who are known Burton and Mrs. Burton, Dean Joseph "marks the introductioni
to have many supporters not yet reg- A. Bursley and rs. Bursey, Dean tional life of a new meth
istered. If they succeed in getting iViortimer E. Cooley and Mrs. Cooley money on a large scale
these backers to vote there is little Dean George W. Patterson and Mrs. legislation" and by a hum
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KEMUUIH UPPUHI UP
PROPERTY 'TA FAILS
Washington, Feb. 21.-(By AP)---
Democrats jammed on the breaks in
the revision of the revenue bill today,
after joining Republican insurgentsI
in gaining some amendments and re-I
fused to support an amendment effer-
ed by this group lpropoaing a tax on
undistributed property of corpor-
ations.
In opposing this amendment, Rep-
resentative Garrett of Tennessee and
Garner, of Texas, the Democratic
-leaders in the tax fight, declared it
was "unfounded' and warned their
party that it must not so change the'
bill already carrying the Democraticj
income rate schedule, that ground
would be given for a residential veto.
TRUTH
Today is the birthday of the
father of our country. One of
learned from his life is that of
the outstanding lessons eo be'
being tru'thfutl.Jinmmeis r<the

stand upon .this measure, as it was LFist game ainst tL he -Dugersi was
askd y te hamerof dpte and the occasion for Quirk's first appear-
absolute in his refusal to entertain rane -withtheWolverines and in .spite
any compromise in the earnest pleas Iof that fact scored two goals. . He also
of lifelong friends and supporters to ;plaed good hockey in both games
make it a question of confidence, the I against Minnesota.
premier laid squarely before the Sen- The Minnesota team under the intel-'
ate the responsibility of overthrowing age of Coach Iverson arrived in Ann
him. He opposed his will upon the Arbor with the Michigan squad Wed-'
Uppe hose nd efetedthemost nesday and has been drilling on the
Upper House and det'eated the m Coliseum rink in preparation for the
tremendousoc le asme Wacedi important series which will determine
His supporters and opponents alike w hether it is to share its champion-
now say is battle is won yet there honors with the Wolverine se-
is official prob)ubility that he will fall itt Captain Pond ld Olson, stars
tn the recent Michigan-Minnesota
before the next election., " ;, -

HULUS HERPIUN, UI
Tau Beta Pi, national honorary en-
gineering fraternity gave a reception
and dance to the Engineering facul-
ty and new members .last night at the
Sigma Phi fraternity house.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moore were the
chaperones. More than fifty guests
were present. Bergen's orchestra of
Ypsilanti furnished the music.

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The fight turned upon an amend-
ment to the electorial reform bill pre-
sented by Victor Tetryal, providing
that "no Deputy can be elected un-
less he has obtained a larger numbert
of votes than his oppouent." SenatorI
Tetryal -prodluedd measur s showing
that according to the proportional re-j
presentation plan as sponsored by
the government, deputies were elect
ed to the last legislature who polledj
thousands of votes less than caridi-
dates on other lists.
North Pole Flight
Is Plan -Of British

struggles, are the only two players to
be certain of berths on the GopherE
team. Together they were responsi-,
ble for three out of the four points
made by their team in the two games.'
FACULTY "CHESS SQUID
',TO PPOEDETROITERS'
Prof. I C. Karpinski of the mathe-j
matics department will captain A
chess team of faculty members and
students against the Detroit Chess
club team at 2 o'clock this afternoon{
at the Faculty club. Mr. Stolzemberg

Snyder lIjnred
Philip Snyder, '25L, suffered a frac-
tured knee joint and a sprained ankle
early yesterday afternoon when he
with two other students were .negoti-
ating a steep hill with a tobaggon 0o
the boulevard. Snyder's injuries ar
expected to confine him to the healt
service for some time.

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doubt of their ability to temporarily;
gain a majority. On the other hand,,
pro-drys claim that the rally which
has already put them on top of the
pile is only in its infancy and will
soon parry .them well out of danger.

Patterson, Prof. Robert M. Wenley parison o01 jr. 11 1: s end(
and Mrs. Wenley, Coach George E - those of certain soap mani
Little and Mrs. Little, Coach Fielding , who have fooled "thousands
H. Yost and Mrs. Yost, Prof. Peter. ed people into competing fo
Field and Mrs. Field, Prof. Emil Lorch verse, motto or slogan to bf
and Mrs. Lorch, Dean John R. Efin- -selling their wares."
nd Mr Effinger 'Dean Wilbur Applause was long and I

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h Enstan ,DesiresProf. Thomas H. Reed and Mrs. Reed
-Gampus Pctrs
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Pictures are wanted for the cuming 'SINGS' TONIGHT
edition af the Mlichiganensian. All
picture.* of geneailcampus interest
such as freshman hazing, winter scen- I With a pianist playing froi 9:30 1
es, or pictures taken on the way to to 10:30 o'clock tonight to furnish the
either the Iowa or Wisconsin football music, an attempt will be made to es-
games, are much needed. tablish "sings" as a regular part ofI
Either the print or film is suitable, Union tap rom entertainment. The'
and all pictures sent in will be re-- plan is to have a group gather around
turned. It is desired that these be j the piano and sing college songs.-
I nt ,-, s t an -et I It is thought that in this way thel

the speaker declared that
ventive. of war, the League c
is as good as dead and. unle
undergo a transformation in
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. Helsingfors, Feb. 21.-The
tallest man who ever walked-on
this earth probably was a Finn,
born in 1703 in Kajama. As full
grown man he measured about
nine feet seven inches. His name
was Daniel Gajanss and he died

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Because today is '
ton's birthday anniversa
office station No. 1, lo
the Nickels' Arcade as
the downtown office will
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