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VOL. XXXIV. No. 84

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY

SReal Musical Program ProvesE
TO START POBE OFlub Isfig Caliber
TP ovingtheir avowed intention of mirable skill. His pedal technique4TOIGHT n R E CIOND
making the Varsity Glee club a muns- was exceedingly good, while the reg-
ical organization of the highest cali- istration showed care and thoughtfulE
firer, its members presented in ness. LDHiI

REED'S RESOLUTION
NEED FOR PROBE
PROPOGANIJA

ALLEGESI
OF

SUMMON BOK AND MISS
LAPE TO FIRST HEARING
Also Purpose to -Investigate Mellon
Bill and Other Measures
in Congress
Washington, Jan. 17-(By A.P.)-
Investigation of the Bok peace planj
wil be begun Monday by a specialI
committee of the senate appointed to-k
day under a resolution of Senator J
A. Reed, Democrat, Missouri, propos- I
ing an inquiry into general propo-
ganda in the United States.
Edward W. Bok, of Philadelphia
who offered the $100,000 prize award-
ed for the best peace proposal and
Miss Esther Everrett Lape, of Pkila-
delphia, one of the members in charge
of the plan, will be the first witness-
es heard under a decision of the com-
mittee at its organization meeting late
today.
Beside the inquiry into the Blok
peace plan, under sweeping authority
conferred upon It by the resolution, the
committee probably will take up the
question of propoganda regarding the
Mellon tax program, the soldier's bon-
us, the League of Nations and other
subjects pending before congress. The
order of procedure will be determined
later, the only decision today being:
for investigation of the B. k plan whicl-

auditorium last night, a real musical
program, including a wide range of
composers and a variety of music.
"Laudtes Atque Carmina" opening
the concert according to the time-hon-
ored custom, was followed by a rendi-
tion in true concert style of Sergi7
Itachmaninoff's "Glorious Forever"
In the "Sword of Ferrarra" by Bull-
ard, the Glee club reached its great-
est brilliance, their tones and spir-
ited manner bringing forth a real ap-
preciation from the audience. At all
times the singers were under the ab-
solute control of their leader, George
Oscar Bowen, to whom great credit is
due for the artistic style of their per-
formanee.
Philip LaRowe, in presenting Bon-
net's well known "Theme and Varia-
tions", for the organ, exhibited ad-

The work of the string quartet was
received with special favor by the au-T
dience. Exceptional tonal qualities, an
intelligent interpretation of the score
and good coordination existed at all
times between the performers. The
rendition of Moszkowski's "Spanisb
Dance" was especially noteworthy.
R. Winfield Adams, presenting three
songs of a varied character, sang with
an air of assurance and understand-
ing, exhibiting to their best advantage
the firm tonal qualities and unusual
flexibility of his voice.
Taken as a whole, the concert was r
one of real musical value, as wells
ac n nl infrg rh tni rtn£

MARKS TWENTY-SEVENTHI CEN-
TRAL DEBATING LEAGUE
SERIES

VARSIJ Y
TO FACE

AFFIRMATIVES
CHICAGO HERE

Question Proposes Legalization
Strikes As Under English
Law

of

Three Conference universities will
meet tonight, not to decide athletic
supremacy, but to determine which

NEW SHOALS OFFER
Three Southern Power Companies
Will Pay $1000,000,000 in Rent-
als Over 50-Year Period
WAR DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS
WILL STUDY PROVISIONS
Washington, Jan. 17-(By A.P.)-
Secretary Weeks received today a
joint offer made by three southern
power companies proposing a 50-year
lease to them of tho government pow-
er project at Muscles Shoals. Alaba..

-as p rinterest. Itendenc-y o rules in the realm Of argumentative
the past few years toward a vaude- ability. The twenty-seventh annual!
ville style performance was complete- s of t entra debating agu
ly eliminated from last night's pro- between Chicago, Ncrthwestern and
gram. F.K.S. Michigan takes place tonight.
At 8 o'clock in Hill auditorium the
-Varisty affirmative trio will meet the
Chicago negative team, and at the
same time, the Michigan negative
team will debate against the North-
western affirmative group at Evan-
ston. The other portion of the triang-
ular debate will be held at Chicago
where Northwestern's negative team
Fancy Stunts, Races and General will debate against the Chicago af-
Skating Compose Program firmative trio.
For Evening The quesion which will be debated
at all three places is: Resolved the
IUnited States should enact a law
OII AN-WISCONSIN HOEE FL 'Igiving to strikes and their concomit-
CONTEST IS ALSO SCHEDULEI ant activities the same legality they
are given under the English Indus-
Michigan's second annual ice carni- trial Disputes act of 1906 (constitu-
val will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight tionally granted.)
at Weinberg's coliseum in conjunct- Michigan's negative team accomp-
. - .aniied by Gail E. IDensmore of the
ion with the Wisconsin hockey game. nebysaingEDearmeftyes
Fanc stnts n te ie, rcesforpublic speaking department left yes-
Fancy stunts on the ice, races for terday for Evanston. The members
which prizes will be given, and gen- of the affirmative team who remain

was proposed by Senator Reed. ma, for which $100,000,000 in rentals eral skating will compose the program here and will meet Chicago tonight
wil be paid during that period. which will take place betweenhalves are Norman B. Johnson, '25, Ray L.
The company proposed under the nd after the game. Alexander,24 and William Schrier,
LISH ARCHAE O ISI flasetor o ner stingittransmissio lins The puck encounter, the first Con- Prof. Thomas II. Reed of the pol-
ufact ring centers of the South and ference hockey meet this year, will be- itical science department a former
T91K "'TAIb~Iide other sections of the country; to pro- gin at 7:30 o'clock. At the end of the honoradebater at Harvard university,
side 100,000 horse power at cost for first half Miss Mary Bercola and will act as the presiding officer of
"Excavations at Carthage" is the to- use in te manfacture of fertilizer Miss Reed of Detroit will perform on Lloyd T. Wlliams, an attorney-at-law
p ExcatUn styCrturge isteto e- at Muses Shoals and to contribute the ice. Both cre widely known from Toledo, Prof. Emerson W. Mil-
iver ty u e -fund of $1,000,000 to be used under fancy skaters and have won titles in ler of the public speaking depart-
livered by Count Bryon Khun de Pro- goen ntctrlneeto-hni
i-ok, archaeologist and member of the government control .in electro-ch~m- woman's contests of this sort. Miss ment of Ohio Wesleyan university,
Polish nobility at 4:15 o'clock this af- cal research. Bercola who was the women's fancy and Prof. Ralph W. Demorest of the
Other provisions include an offer tc skating champion of Detroit last year, Scott high school of Toledo willact
t.n thelNaturllbciencudtor-purchase the Sheffield steam plant. at performed at the Coliseum at last as judges c
ium. In the lecture will be icluded the shoals for $4,500,000 or lease it if year's ice carnival. Those who will represent the Uni-
m o ig:i tu e e ett kneh o v r m e t pr frrtsr t in o n
the first ing progress. ever taken the government prefers to retain own- Two races will be held at the end versity of Chicago in the contest to-
of this workof that unit.- of the hockey game. The first will night are Carol Christinson, Ted Ray
Count de Prorok first became inter- The proposal was signed by C. N be an eight-lap skating race for stu- and Richard Demeree.
este in the excavations at Carthage Clark, of the Tennessee Electric Power dents only. Th winner will be given All speakers are to be given twelve
n 1921 and, after aiding in the work company; E. W. Hill, of the Memphis a pair of skates by the George Moe minutes for their constructive speech-
for two years, he was persuaded tc Power and Light company, and Thorn- sport shop. The second race will be es and five minutes for their rebuttals.
show what had been accomplished te as W. Martin, of the Alabama Power a free for all of eight laps in which The two local teams have been un-
the world, in an attempt to keep the company. It will be carefully studied anyone may enter. Greenwood and I der the direction of Prof. Louis Eich
ioe m ancient Carthage from being by War department officials, it was Gilgore's clothing store have offeredI and Gail E. Densmore of the public
ations have beern mabuildings. Excarth said, before being submitted by them a sweater to the winner of this race. speaking department and K. F. Clardy,
t oage congress for final decision along All contestants for these races i'24L.
for the past 60 years, under the i with the other offers being consider- should be entered by the close
rection of the French government and ed by house and senate committees. of the hockey game. Many have al-
the ecclesiastical interests which own ready signified their desire to par- UL MIJHTST T O
part of the land. ticipate. Officials of the Athletc as-WOR
Many citis havefben vrsitdiby thesocation will take entries at the Col-
le cteecturer this year, including New iseum and will be judges of the races.
York, Washington, Boston, Montreal More fancy skating and stunts will
Count de Prorok also gave talks upon if NM RlITIIITrnMI be held after the races at the con-
Carthage in more than 120 cities on IU I clusion of which there will be general New York, Jan. 17-(By' A.P.)-Ten-
this continent last year. He is doing' skating for everyone. The Varsity tative plans for entertaining the Dem-
this with the authority of the French Washington, Jan. 17-(By A.P.)- band will play during the hockey ocratic national convention in this city
government and those' who own the Messages of congratulation from Pres- game and the other events. Varsity next June went ahead today, tempor-
sie of ancient Carthage which is lo- ident Coolidge, Secretary Denby, Mrs cheerleaders will also be present. ary headquarters of the New York
cated on the North coast of Africa Denby, sponsor of the ship, and' many convention committee being opened in
near the modern city of Tunis- other high government officials were I the Woolworth building with Stanley
The Count, whose family has later= showered today upon the officers-and bUREBULi61 SHLL J. Quinn, in dharge.
returned to its ancestral estate in Po- the crew of the navy dirigible Shen- To avoid a delay of several weeks
land, from which it was driven about andoah for their gallant and victorious T in organizing a special staff to handle
1850 by the Russians, has been edu- CattT1aginst astnigh's sorm enquiries pourin~g in from all parts
cated in part in England and has re- The outstanding impression among OFof the country, the convention bureau
sided for considerable time in the all of the Merchants association offered
United States.Hle speaks English flu- accident had served to make it certain Tampico, Jan. 17.-(By AP)-Rebel its cooperation and its machinery was
ently, with no foreign accent, that the Shenandoah could and would gun boats bombarded the city andset in motion.
___________________________port of Tampico this morning. The sti oin
successfully negotiate the exploring r - Among the chief problems confront-
fligt trouh te Articregonsnews of the bombardment was receiv- -
M U 9flight through the Arctic regions ed in a telephone message from the Ing those in charge are arrangement of
O[M9 0EAS5~ which had been planned for her. xIobserver station at La Lai ra. The plans to entertain the delegates and
SSome conflicting views were ex- ssage said: their friends, allotments of hotel
Spressedat the Capitol however, on the "Jesus M. Talma, chief of the coast space and enlarging Madison Square
Teperience of the dirigible.i epre- guard, at 9 o'clock this morning sight- arden's seating capacity to accom-
sentative French, Republican, tio ed the rebel gun boats Tampico and modate a possible 20,000.
chairman of the house appropriations Sarazoza which have prevented six
PercnrMnittee, subtercommitteelships from entering the port. 'The fIlllr
Per M Iugho, vetean t afairs, decared that it would tend tc vessels were five tankers and therSpeaksOn
coach, will not reliquish his post at diminish congressional criticiem ofDutch steamer Maasdan. P eks dn
Columbia university, as had been re the proposed flight to the north pole "The rebel gunboats ired our shots.
ported in athletic circles, it was de- Senator Gill, Democrat, Washing- The artillery stationed at the entrance
clared tonight by Chairman James R ton, urged that the polar flight pro- to the port replied and forced the Dr. Hilda Ilemple Heller of the
Knapp, of the football committee at jest be abandoned while Senator King rebel vessels to retire outside the Field Museum of Natural History of
the monthly meeting of the Columba Democrat, Utah, asked that the naval range of the guns. Chicago, delivered a lecture last
University c'ub- affairs committee inquire into the ad- ,,"Then the rebel ships directed their night in room 224 of the Natural
visability of restricting appropriations fire against the suburbs of Varadero, Science building on her trip through
for building such aircraft. located to the left of the Panuco Peru on a zoological expedition. Dr.
I river, destroyng several Chinese Heller was born in Ann Arbor, and is
"CO-EDS" I ¢ C ub houses. How many of the occupants the daughter of George Hemple, form-
11 a______________Club__erly__ofthe__University__ faculty._
1I~at~zeinatiCS .-> of these houses perished is not known erly of the University faculty.
Hears Prof Ford At noon the ships cruised 600 Mrs. Heller's husband, Dr. Edmund
meters the moutn of the Panuco Heller, is best known for his African
river to find a landing place." travels, where he was associated with
Congratulations have been com- Prof. Walter B. Ford of the mathem- Theodore Roosvelt is collecting mam-
ing in from all sides. Repeated ,tics department was the speaker (mals. The lecture was illustrated by
instances of where Jimmie has at het meeting of the Student Math- Cisset Elected lantern slides. Prof. Jacob Reighard

been successful in selling wares
or finding lost articles, a watch

enmatics society held last night in
room 151 of the Chemistry building.

of the zoology department introduced
Red Cross Heed~the speaker.

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