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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FR'IDA:Y, OCTOBER 19, 192-3,

DEMAND FOR'FUNDS
M tY END IN COURT
X.LA.C. Board's Action ,Moves (4ro'es
' leck to Invite Legal Settlement
01 Trouble
DIFFICULTIES DATE BACK TO
RESIGNATION OF DR. FRIDAY
Lansing, Oct.' 18-(By A.P.)-The
state board of agriculture may acceptI
Goy. Groesbeck's invitation to settle
its controversy with the state admin-
istrative board in the courts.{
The agricultural board, meeting here
Wednesday, Instructed Herman H.;
11,a1laday, secretary of the board andj
the Michigan Agricultural college, toI
formally requistion' the state auditor
general for $75,000 of the,$150,000 ap-
propriation of the last legislature for
extension and county agent work. The
board's, action, it is 'believed, fore-
casts an attempt to secure a court or-
der to compel the administrative
board to advance the money.
The auditor, general,une the terms
of the extension appropriation bill, has
no authority to issue the funds with-
out the approval of the administra-
tive board. In view of past develop-
ments it is virtually certain that thef
governor and the administrative board
will not authorize the payment of the
requisition.
The beginning of the conflict be-
tween the boards dates back to when
Dr. David Friday resigned as presi-
dcent of the college. He tendered his
resignation after the board of agricul-
turb had held a secret meeting and
decided to demand that he'quit. Gov.
Groesbeck objected to the procedure.
21 YJEAR OLD BOYV
TO RECEIVE P11. D.
Champaign, Ill., Oct. 18.-Max Car-
man, a student in the- university of
Illinois, expects to receive his -doc-
'tor's degree at comnmencement nex$t
June though he will be only 21 "years
old.
IHI entered the -universit~y in his,
junior year, after having attended the
Mate :Teacher's training school. Since
then he has attended every summer
session. At nineteen he received his
Mlaster's degree in mathematics.
Paris-, Oct. 18.-The Belgium plan
has been placed before the Repara-
tions cpmmission by M. Delacroix, -the
Belgian member; it will ,be considered
in detail next week.

Town May, Erect
Memorial To Man
Driven Toy Death,

ffllftiIT !T~have more accuracy and at more c ei-:
ANONEENririv T."iI rAfl L # fain dissemination of rnews and said!
ANNONCE POIN [ S that the Preservation of material at
' f l~i hd as necessary for its accomz-!
,D~~~J FSLE CLD.NA[S r~ay;mnaigeditor of the
TEN SOPHOQMORES A\') I) . NIOR f't .n 2m fr'on Page One) talk taking up tho sinall townvi-
DOASITM ES ES "anlslyse adprtetfl~tpoint of instatllinrg such a librar, .I:
I)TE have he tetrs who can instruct in1 reference department, explaining the(
-- the I~ractic al as well as the ideal.I system used at Adrian.
Appointments for the coming year Whether snch a department, in thex On account of the scarcity of time
of the managerships and assistants o }M otlof professional spirit, .should the roundl table discussion groups:
the University Glee Club]) were an have a bullinrg and an identity of itsr which were supposed to have lheen
nounced yesterday by John M. Russell,' owtn on the cam11pus is a question the led by Prof. John It.iBrumm of th
'24, manager of the club. 'Ten nien. university authorities would like the! journalist department werelfliat
juniors and sophomores, w il1hep hlim 'Xev, spapernien of the state to answer,; ed. The editors then madte an inspec-
with the business duties. of the organ- from their lpoint of view". j tion of the Ciements library=. 'The rte-
ization. Leeta.- White of the Detroit News,I ception which was to have been held,
'Those appointed were: Edward C. folowed Mr. Ottawray with a talk on; at President Burton's home at 4:310o-
St r ,'4 si t n o t e m n g r p' e 1jv l p n pt o h o g e a d c o k w s c l e f n a c u t o -John G. Garlinghouse, '2.1, Carl Library for the Little or Big Town ' ness in the President's fam ily.
Schoonmaker, '25, Clyde L. laww: m. rn, Newspaper". Lfe Ipointed out that this -
'25, Carl E. Ohimacher, '25, Robert1 branch oIf newspaper work had been I *W'olf Prefers Deathi to -Vaplr lre
Daugherty, '25, Charles A. M ur r<a, '27,, sadly nz gieot e in the past and en.- IowoMc. c S---(yAP
and John D. Malnighrt, '25E, assistants phtts..zed that the heaping of past facts rnod ihOt . (l ..
to the managers. Eugene R. Bixby,iinaste tcad efficient mne Hne ly. abtawy
'26, and Fredl Phelps, '26, were uiso was onle of the most impoirtant factors eluding is pursuers, a big timbher
appointed.. towards t he success of a newspaper. wolf killed himiself rather than fall in-
The Glee club will, make it:; first Le explained in detail the systems to the hands of his pursuers alive. Al-
appearance as a unit at the pep mieet-; used by many of the larger papers of thuhcugti ta,,~ ~iI
ing this afternoon. The first punbleE the country and advised means where- tog agti rp h o
appaac ftecu il aepaeI mle :'tesmgtsatsc managed to dr:ag himself and the t a
on SudynihNvemc ,we "srpruh" and library. Mr. White} to a laadte plunged int h
the club will particip~ate in one of th(, stressed the point that papers must' water.y
scheduled University services i1Till --- °-- --
auditorium. ,
At a meeting of the Senate t('cmi--+
mittee on Student Affairs Weodneso da
the Glee club was given pr"r iss.ion 3
to enter the mid-western iE~'ct
competitions to b~e paid at CiaoP~
8. M c i a wa en re , ing the acti n of the Senate com i tt ee I TO1)AY ANdT) SATURDAY
ag yiswill make the trip. Elmer C. U t
'20, now with the Balaban and 1Ku+ ,
theatre corporation,iste lih-a
rresentative o teBoard at Chi--4A
cago.4

W sAan oSTORAGE BY THE NIGHT--t
WEEKObR MONTH
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Edward B. Folsom
The citizens of Irvington, N. J., are
planning to erect a memorial shaft to
the memory of their late mayor, Ed-
ward B. Folsom, and with these plans
goes a pledge to drive his enemies
into oblivion. 'F'Folsom served three
years in prison 25 years ago for forg-
ery, was pardoned, lived down his
past and became a respected leader
in Irvington. After his recent death
it was learned that blackmailers had
hounded hrim until he took his own
life.
STUDENT PLACED
0ON PROBATION

In pursuance of its stand against
dsorderllness and "unbecoming con-
duct" among students of the Univer-
sity, the central discipline committee
took action agailnst a student yester-
dayr, in the third case to come before
them this week.
The following statement was pre-
sented to the press by the comnmittee1
with the request 'that it be given news
space:.
"The committee found: that Phillip
Schneder, '25L, -had been guilty of un-[
Becoming conduct at a football game,~
but owing to the peculiarly mitigat-
ing circumstances of the cape, merely'
put him on probation for the remain-
der of his University course."
Tlhe complaint against Schneider!
was registered by Prof. Willam H.1
Hobbs of the geology department. [

Gillett, of the American house of r ep-
resentatives, has arrived to confor
with Rear Admiral Mark Bristol, U1. S.j
N., and Turkish officials, after which
he will go by way of Smyrna, to Ath-
ens.

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