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Coolidge Favors Lenience
In Settlement Of War Debts


Action Taken To Strengthen
ence of Interfraternity


Representatives of 35 general fra-
ternities last night approved a new set
of regulations which will tighten
scholarship requirements regarding
initiation and social activities. The
new rules were adopted from among
a number of proposals submitted
more than two weeks ago when pres-
idents of nine fraternities, conferred
with Joseph A. Bursley, dean of stu-
The proposed rules, which follow,
will be submitted to the inter-fratern-
ity conference on October 18 for final
No student shall be initiated into a
fraternity unless during the preced-
ing semester in this University he has
fulfilled one of the following require-
ments :,
(1) If he carried fourteen (14)
hours or more he must have
passed at least eleven (11)
hours with a C grade, or thir-
teen (13) hours with an average
C giade; or
(2) If he carried less than fourteen
(14) hours he must have passed
with a grade of at least B in one
course and not less than C in
the balance.
Must Have Certificates.
No student shall be initiated into a
fraternity without a certificate of el-
igibilty to be issued by the recording
officers of the school or college in
which he is enrolled. (Registrar for
students in the College of Literature,
the secretary in, the other schools and
Any fraternity whose average grade
as shown on the annual scholarship
chart is below C (70 perpent), but was
above C on the preceding chart, will
be automatically placed' on the warn-
ed list. At the end of the first semes-
ter the grades of these fraternities
will be computed again and those
whose average has been raised to C
or better will be removed from the
warned list. The others will be con-
tinued on warning.
When the scholarship chart for the
following year is published all fra-
ternities on the warned list whose4
grade is still below C will automat-1
ically be placed on probation. At the
end of the first semester the grade
of these fraternities will be computed
again and ,those whose average has
been raised to C or above will be re-
moved from probation. The others
will be continued on probation.
A fraternity on the warned list
shall initiate only students who dur-
ing the preceding semester have
passed at least fourteen hours with an
average grade of C or better and with
no grade of E.
May Remove Privilege
A fraternity on probation will have,
all of its social privileges withdrawn
and shall not initiate new members.
It may continue to pledge, however.
In making up the scholarship chart
the grade for each fraternity shall be
based on the records of all members
of the fraternity who live in the house
and all other undergraduate members
of the chapter.
No student who has been dismissed

Washington, Oct. 5-(By A.P.)-
President Coolidge is opposed to the
cancellation by the United States of
the debts incurred by any of the Eur-
opean powers during the recent war
it was declared today at the White
The President feels that the United
States should not unduly oppress any
of its debtors, and should be as lib-
eral as possible in any settlements
which it decides to make. This stand
is taken because it is felt that at the
present time, with the unusual con-
ditions prevalent throughout Europe
every means should be taken to make
payment as easy as possible for the
debtors. It was emphasized, howev-
er, that the President's attitude in nc
way favored any cancellation.
An instance of the desire to be lib-
eral is contained in the President'
opinion regarding the settlement
reached with Great Britain, which
from a problematical viewpoint, wa
lRouses to Investigate Commitment
of Impeaciable Offenses by
Oklahon'ia City, Okla., Oct. 5-(By
A.P.)-A call for a special session of
both houses of the Oklahoma legisla-
ture October 17 to investigate the
"the comitment of impeachable of-
fenses by the officers of the state sub-
ject to impeachment" was issued here;
tonight by W. D. McBee, representa-
tive from Stephens county.
The call was made under the al-
leged authority of a constitutional
amendment approved at the polls
Tuesday. The summons set out that
it was issued upon "written request
signed by a majority of the House of
Representatives asking that the leg-
islature be convened".
Plans for a gathering of engineers
to be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
night in the assembly hall of the Un-
ion are being formulated by members
of the committee in charge. The as-i
sembly will be free to members of the
Engineering society and a charge of'
35 cents will be made to all others.
Speakers for the evening will be Col.
McCloskey, a brigadier general, who
participated in active service overseas
and who is a personal representative
of General Pershing, and Dean Morti-
mer E. Cooley, of the engineering col-
While working in a chemistry lab-
oratory yesterday afternoon, J. P.
Konupeck, '27E, was injured by an
explosion which he caused when he
accidentally made a "young mixture
of gun powder." Although his arm
was cut and he bled freely, his condi-
tion is described as "not serious," but
because of his weak condition he was
still under care at the Health service

a releasing of Great Britain from a
certain portion of her obligation.
All questions with regard to the
settlement of international debt ques-
tions are in the hands of the funding
commission, a body created by the act
of Congress, and the position of Pres-
ident Coolidge is that the United
States may rightfully make settle-
ment only within the terms of that
Graduates Interested in Historical Re.
seareli Work Invited to Visit
With the arrival yesterday of Dr.
Randolph G. Adams, who is to take
up his duties here as custodian of the
Clements collection of the books, the
Clements library was opened to the
public. Graduate students whose main
interest lies in historical research are
especially invited to visit the library
although ' it is open for exhibition
purposes only at the present time and
not for study. It will be open from
2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon in the
Dr. Adams has been associate pro-
fessor of American history at Trini-
ty college, Durham, N. C., for the past
few years. He received his A.B. de-
gree from the University of Pennsyl-
vania, attended the University of Chi-
cago as a fellow in history, and re-
turned to the University of Pennsyl-
vania for his Ph.D. degree. Until his
arrival, the librarian, Miss Elsie Stew-
art, who was responsible for the col- I
lection for three years in the home
of Regent Clements, has been ir

No Real Gromid for Bourgeoise.
cialist 1Di Mon
Berlin, October 5.-A resuscitat
of Chancellor Stresemann's four p
ty coalition tonight put an end to
German parliamentary crisis,
mysterious origin of which is only
ceeded in novelty by its baffling so
The four warring parties, mak
up the coalition have virtually agr
that there has been no real groi
for the recent disagreement, and t
a revamping of the former coalit
of Socialist and bourgeoise parties
the only feasible method of gett
out of the dilemma.
If the disagreeing parties had
decided to recoalesce, the only alt
native would have been a governm
by a new cabinet, to be formed
Stresemann, and a temporary s
pension of the Reichstag until st
time as an agreement might be rea
The passing of the parliament
.crisis has saved, for the present ti
the life of the powerful German
cialist party, whose life was thre
ened by the split.
Tryouts for Michigan's Varsity
bating team who will compete in
Central league contest on January
with Northwestern university and
University of Chicago will be h
on Oct. 27.
At the present time, the Adelphi



Wisconsin vs. Coe.
NT Oho State vs. Ohio Wesleyan. F O H L 'T L F S 9 O
Iowa vs. Knox.
Chicago vs. Colorado Aggies. Plans For avalNVAING SCIENTISTS PLAN TO
Illinois vs. Nebraska. GIVE 31AIZE AND BLUE
Minnesota vs. Ames. UCARCd TUSSLE
T Indiana vs. DePauw. Unit Considered
Northwestern vs. Beloit."BU SIN CFIVlAG
President Marion L. Burton has re- "BLUES" IN SCRIMMAGE
So. WESTERN ceived a letter from Captain Evans TO START AGAIN TODAY
Notre Dame vs. Lombard. U.S.N. of the Great Lakes Naval
California vs. Santa Clara. Training station proposing that a na- All 3kien oil Siuad to Be Given a
U. of D. vs. Kalamazoo College. val training unit be established at lCance lo Enter Contest
in the University. Such an organization Iie at left Half
far- -zpea etIsol
th~ EASTERN existed here during the war but, un-
the Yale vs. North Carolina. like the Reserve Officers' Training Michigan's Varsity football squad
H aIrvard vs. Rhode Island. Corps, has not been continued.
cx- Princeton vs. Johns Hopkins. The proposition was considered by will officially open its 1923 schedule
)u- Pennsylvania vs. Maryland. the deans at their meeting last Wed- at 3 o'clock this afternoon when Case
Pittsburg vs. Lafayette. nesday with the decision to submit Tech of Cleveland will invade t4ie
ing Penn State vs. North Carolina Ag- the matter to the University Senate Wolverine stronghold for the twenty-
eed Ies.when it next convenes, November 19
nd : ie . seventh time in as many years.
hat Washington and Jefferson vs. Wash- Twenty-six times the Case team has
iion Connd Le. Suslufhanna. come to Ann Arbor to give battle to
Dartmouth vs. Maine. I1L HIII TiITR FFIC the Maize and Blue and although on
ing Syracuse vs. William and Mary. only one of those occasions the
Army vs. Florida. Brown has succeeded in holding its
not 0Ny vs. Dico. stronger rival to a tie, confidence has
er- Car'negie Telv. Thiel always accompanied the team on lts
ent j Brown vs. Colby. trip from the Ohio city. This year is
by !_no exception, and the Case supporters
us- Parking Spaces to be Set Off; Funds are as confident of giving Michigan a
ulci Raised to go for Disabled trouncing as their predecessors were
ch- ILOIO LIM hICOIES ONISoldiers in 1894 when the first game between
I the two schools was played.
-ary I T l ARRANGEMENTS DEVISED TO Case Better ThIs Year.
me I ALLEVIATE ALL CONGESTION Case, from all early season per-
So-( formances is better than the squad
Iat IOTraffic during football games will which opposed Michigan in the first
INSISTS ON INFORMAL NATURE not be allowed onIstreets snrrIud game last season. A good crowd of
OFAMRIANalowd nstees uroud-Iveterans will suppr ati rfe
O ERRA ing Ferry field, according to informa- intrhis fihtsto t Captain rceen
TOI Rin his fight to establish a precedent
tion given out yesterday by Chief of by gaining a victory over Michigan
New York, Oct. 5--(By A.P.)--David Police, Thomas O'Brien. Arrange- and the old story of a fifty point win
Iments have been made for an ofi- lby the Vrsity is not likely to be r-
Lloyd George, the dynamic little cial parking space justoutside Ferry peated. rhie fact that five positions
Welshman, who began his career as a Field, to be in charge o1 the Amen- onthe team will be points of conten-
country lawyer in tiny Llanystymdwy can Legion on the days of all home tion between two or more members of
TO and who, from 1916 to 1922, guided games. Twenty five cents will be the squad up until the time of the
the destinies of Great Britain as its charged for parking space in this opening whistle this afternoon is sig-
area to raise funds to aid disabled nificant. The Case squad is likely to
premier, arrived today on the Maure- veterans. A refreshment stand will give the Varsity more than practice
tania on his first visit to the United be established on this ground to serve in today's battle.
the States.-hot lunches. The lineup which will take the field
181 To the United States he comes on Must Relieve Traffic for thle Engineers this afternoon will
the a trip of "self education" he has an- Plans have been devised by the city be jammned full of players who are
eld nounced; to iCanada he brings appre- council to alleviate traffic congestion looke' upon as great performers in
ciation for the dominion's service and as much as possible during the games their class and athough when faced
and sacrifices during the war. Accom- Cars from Detroit should come out by a University team, part of the po-
ties , panying him are his wife and young- Warren avenue to the Canton ro-d ish inay be rubbed off, the team as a
an- er daughter. turning south one mile to the Cherry whole will be a tricky outfit to meet.
emn Mr. Lloyd George will remain in Hill road, entering Ann Arbor on Straight football which has played a
for New York but a few hours, proceed- Broadway. Detroit automobile club major role in the Case repertoire of
rn- ing to Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Ni- signs will direct the motorists to Fer- plays in every previous game will be
)ranFiel an theparlin deserted to ascertain the extent for
all agara F'alls, Ont., and Winnipeg, and I ry Field and the parking area. i
o crossing the American border into Cars from Toledo an south should iopen work, according to reports issu-
) Minnesota. His American itinerary come by way of Dundee and Saline lng from the Engineers' training camp.
red includes Minneapolis, St. Paul, Chi- entering Ann Arbor on the South As a result some of the ground which
te cago, Springfield, Ill., Mooseheart, Ill.. Main street to the Ann Arbor Golf has been lost in trying to buck a
tK club grounds where signs will direct heavier line in past years is likely to
taw Sot. Louis, Louisville, IFrankfbrt, Ky. clbgonsweeIin ildrc be gained in today's affair.
it- Indianapolis, ClevelandrPittsburgh I them to the parking area. F sed moray's af .
hey Washington, Richmond, Philadelphia Directions Given 4 imporary Lineup
hey Trashingtrnm Ditrmondr Philadelhhia- Michigan's lineup for today's game
[us- Scranton, Pa., Boston and New York Traffic from Detroit or the south en- will e identical for the most part
PeterlB.eKynetAmerican novelist
itu- w eter B. Kne, American novelist tering Ann Arbor on Packard street ( with the lineup which has represented
ho has been designated to manage ill be directed west to Grange ae I the "1lues" in scrimmages during the
de- the tour, has announced that the itin- ue and the parking area. Cars fromI past week. The only noticeabl
uad erary may be extended to the Pacific acnt houldty follow u thetri Aut7 sin (ange iS the addition of Kipke to
Sol- Icoast and western Canada. His first inobthe cu ity, p ickin up Deoi Ato-m th~e lirneup in th:e llace of Vick who
ern. I publc address will be delivered in mobile club signs which will lead them has been playing i Ft half during the
oth- Montreal Saturday or Sunday. to Ferry Field.' absence of the Wolverine leader. The
batj Mr. Lloyd George has insisted upon After the games cars for Detroit or entire lineup for today's game is
the strictly unofficial nature of his the south may go south on State merely temporary and will not remain
gan trip. In Springfield,Ill., lie will speak street taking the first left hand turn intact after the first period at the
eci of Lincoln; in Scranton he will ad- outside the city for Ypsilanti or the longest. Every man whom the
the dress the Welsh community; in Louis- first right hand turn for Saline anO coaches have a desire to see in action
ville he will mingle with leaders of Toledo. This will avoid drivin will be given a chane to enter the
the Baptist faith. Nowhere will he through congested city streets. conflict and Coach Yost has announc-
make an official statement, he has ed that the last part of the game will
made it plain. nhTHnT le played by a team entirely different
Police reserves broke up a parade from the one which will start the play.
of middleaged women carrying ban. lIIU H.CrMarion and Curran will hold down
ners denouncing Great Britain, out- the ends of the line at the opening
U I side of the city hall, where a crowd I whistle while Neisch, Palmer, and
of several thousand persons had gath- Wiiheirspoon are certain to be given
ered to greet Mr. Lloyd George. chances at ihe wing positions before
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 5-(By A.P.) -the game has gone far. Muirhead and

The second day's events of the inter- ,,zm an, rv r, vConeeranc taches
national air races here include the av- hip lst year's Confrc chane
Fmed iation country club of Detroit trophy at the tackle gobs with Bacockand
pera FICUS 1Q-9 race for civilian pilots with light Donnelly next in line. Both of these
FalR- en have been showing up to advant-
rick commercial planes, and the Mer- age in scrinmages and are being
re- .. chant's Exchangc of St. Louis trophy carefully watched by the coachln
men Results from the freshman medical race for large capacity weight-carry- staff.
s> to class election which were delayed due ing observation planes for service en- Steele and hawkins will play on the
will to a reelection being made necessary left and right sides of Jack Blott and
after the first meeting are as fol- trants. together with the veteran center
The lows: Alvin E. Price, president; ! Other events included demonstra- 1 should make the center of the forward
Howard S. Stimpson, vice-president; tions by dirigibles and airplanes, par- wall impregnable for the Case backs.
aH Chistel Hiss, secretary; and Kennet achute jumping and acrobatic fly- White, ingle, Amos, and Swan will be
ringDavenport, treasurer. put into the guard jobs early in the
s of These officers were chosen from ing. game and Prown and Wall will be
itted nominations made on the first day of Yesterday, the opening day of the used at center ws the game advances.
t class elections. By a misunderstand- ,xContinued on Pa
[i nImeet, a spee(d of approximately 1410 (otne nPge Six)
hose ing the final vote was not taken sat I miles an hour was obtained by army
his time. planes, which won all prizes in the LIVCOLAT GRA VES
used aiLiberty builders' trophy race.
and Part Time School Soon to be Opened The maximum speed was about the LOOKED AFTER
j lA art time school will be opened sam as made at the races in Detroit ___
soon in Ann Arbor for students who last year. at thvilacsIll.,eOct.
have been forced to leave school sTe cassicseed event of the meet .anesville, Ill., Oct. 5.-(By A. P.)
Thetrclassicngeet After years of neglect the graves of
nor- , trough ecessity of earning a living the Pulitzer trophy race for especial- Thomas and Nancy Lincoln, father and
its or other reasons, and have been un- ly high-powered army and navy ma-: stepumother of Abraham Lincoln, are
eve- able to complete their course of chines, will be run tomorrow, the con- 1to le given attention.
r omi- study.iI eluding day of the races. A speedj These unkept mounds, In a nearby
ittre n fnimot fnnr miles a minute is ex- i -rlr, ,.-.v ,q-i - -a,, , r

Alpha Nu public speaking socie
_____UN are conducting tryouts in their org
San Francisco, Oct. 5-(By A.P.)- izations and all persons not me
Athletes from all parts of the United hers of these societies will tryout
States will compete in the American the teams at 8 o'clock Saturday mo
Olympic games to be staged here Oc- ing, Oct. 27, in room 302 of Mason h
tober 15-19 as part of, the athletic At that time a five minute speech
program of the American Legion some phase of the questions to
1923 national convention. The list debated this year must be discuss
of events include a national track The question is: Resolved, that
and field meet, basketball, golf series United States should enact a 1
tennis tourney, football and baseball, , giving to strikers and their concon
swimming meet, rifle shooting, and ex-' ant activities the same legality t
hibition of boxing and wrestling. are given under the English Ind
A. P. Lott, cha'man of the Amen- trial Disputes act of 1906 (const
can Legion national athletic commis- tionality granted).
sion, who is here to assist in the pre- , One of the Chicago teams will
paration of the athletic program, an- bate one trio of the Michigan sq
nounces that Charlie Paddock, Brook- ' in Ann Arbor, while the other W
ins, Joie Ray, Clarence De Mar, ant' verine team will go to Northweste
other famous sprinters will compete I At the University of Chicago theo
in the olympiad.' er Northwestern group will deb
__________ym___. against a Chicago team.
In the contests last year, Mlichi
I NSPECTION COMM[[T[E sion of 3 0, but was defeated by
C Hg E r0 gM g UL p iNorthweterntrio, 2-1.

Fourteen members of the University


from the University shall continue to last night, faculty were appointed to the com- DT E.
live or board in a fraternity house. mittee on high school inspection yes- , PUBLICITY
In making up the scholarship chart BAND TO APPEAR terday by President Marion L. Bur-
the following scale of weights shall AT GAME TODAY ton. The function of this committee, Alvin Wolfson, '25L, was na
A equals 100 percent of which Prof. J. B. Edmonson of the winner yesterday of the Union O
B equals 85 percent This afternoon will be the first sohool of education is the head, is to .oster contest. The poster of Wt
C equals 70 percent official appearance of the Varsity examine and pass upon the various er G. Everett, '26, and W. A. Warrs
D equals 50 percent Band for this season. Seventy-eight I '27, won second and third places
E equals 20 percent musicians will assemble at Lane Hall high schools of the state in order to w spctively in tme contest, and the
The Judiciary committee of inter- at 1 o'clock and from there will march candidates for entry into the Univers- +he annual productimn. Wolfson
fraternity conference shall be desig- to Ferry Field in time for the game ity Those appointed follow: $
nated to consider exceptions or inter-I with Case. C. Paul Sellards, '23, will rProf. Calvin0. Davis of the school ,rreceive $10.
pretations ofthe above; the deanofwield the baton this year in place of of education, Prof. A. L. Ferguson o ls r Wilfred Shaw, '04, editor of
mnn eng an ex-officio member in I v m whoebto disyerinotAlumnus, Bruce Donalson, of theI
hanbeing aeI John Lawton, '24, r- the chemistry department, Prof. C. C. Arts department, and Prof. Loui
hadigsc ae.Iturn to school this year.fArsdptmnad ro.Ioi
Theollowgis gfaerniurniesvotethdsyoaFries of the English department, Boynton of the College of Enginee
the popoallnatnihtPhi Kappa o Prof. R. S. Hawley of the mechanical and Architecture acted as judge
the proposal last night: Phi Kap - engineering department, Prof. L. A. , p
Sigma, ChiaThet Delta, Chi Psi, Sig- YES: WE HAVE NO Hopkins of the mathematics depart- r
ma Phi, Sigma Chi, Theta Delta Chi mont, Prof. Vincent C. Poor of the this year were in general excellen
KeapPasigmeaPhie pa P silta hi; TICKETS! mathematics department, Mr. . S. type aid design, according to tl
KappaigmaPtKappaDPsiPhiLasher of the rhetoric department, I who judged them.
Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Phi, Al- ,The winning poster will bei
pha Tau Omega, Alpha Delta Phi, Phi 'Do yuo want tickets to the O. d. U. Prt et,TPNelson of the matheon poga covers, wimadcw cards,
Tau, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Trigon. game? You know from that return- school of education, Prof. D. L. Rich for advertising in general.
Theta Chi, Phi Kappa Alpha, Phi Mu ed check that they are all sold out of the physics department, Prof. R. :Ielionm Vree'nh Meets
Alpha, Acacia, Phi Kappa Tau, Psi Schorling of the school of education,
Upsilon, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Beta Del- and hard to get. But Jimmie is right Dr. O. W. Stephenson of the historysf Phi Lambdaeta, wowmn's h
ta, Hermitage, Lambda Chi Alpha: on the job and will do his best to get department, Prof. Guy M. Whipple of ary educational fraternity, held
Delta Upsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Del-anything and everything you wantthe school of education and Prof. first meeting of the year Thursday,
ta Phi, Phi Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma Clifford Woody of the school of edu- ning. It was decided to secure p
M_ __s: ( i~~n tm ~it.P.n hos t wa k . at n


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