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THEW WEATHER
PROBABLY SNfOW AND)
WARNER TODAY

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FMEMBER
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
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VOL. XXXV. No. 62

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

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MAYO 10 DiSCSSAll-Campus Publications Dance Will T 0 I (T Jascha Heifitz, Far-Famed Violinist,
0n TOU DUl d U UBe Revived Tonight In Masonic Temple UI[ IENU LTIS Will Again Visit Ann Arbor, Givng
P E T ~ O F Under Direction Of Pi Delta Epsilon TELSConcert In Hill Auditorium Tonight
The first all-campus Publications tical at University dances heretofore. Jascha Heifitz, noted violinist, will promising musician and since that
lO ID dance to be given since the World The programs will contain the dis-[ appear tonight at 8 o'clock in Hill time he more than fulfilled that prom-
war will be held from 9 to 1 o'clock tinctive features of being miniature auditorium on the Choral Union ser- is. Ile has toured throughout Eu-

ADDRESSES MEDICAL 1 STITENITS
IN HILL AUDITORIUM AT
4: 15 O'CLOCK
ARRIVES AT NOON

tonight in the Masonic temple, under burlesques of The Daily. Novelty
the direction of Pi Delta Epsilon, na- favors will be given to those attend-
tional honorary journalistic frater- ing the dance.
Although this affair is primarily
nity. The purpose of this dance is held for the members of the staffs of
primarily to allow stuents engaged the student publications, a limited
! in work on the campus pubilicationsnumber of tickets are available
an opportunity for social contact to students desiring to attend
with each other. The committee in
charge has done everything possible andcan be obtained at the student
to make this dance the equal in every building. The number attending the
way of those which were held in for- dance has been limited to 225 couples.

EXI LAINS EXPERIMENTS MADE
IN FINDING DISEASE
ORGANIS)l
ISOLATED IN 1923

ies. le is considered by many to be
one of the outstanding artists of the
musical world today, and in spite of
his youth he has made a profound
i"mpression both in this country and
abroad.

as Provided Fund to Establish
tact of Surgeons With
Undergraduates

Con.

The Physiology and Pathology of mer years. The (ance will be formal, but -
The anc wil beforml, ut cor-
the Blood in Relation to Surgery," is ! Bill Mill's ten piece orchestra of sages will not be worn.
the subject to be discussed by Dr. W. Flint, which played at the J-Hop last Patrnos and patronesses for the
February will furnish the music, dance include President Marion L.
Jl Mayo.t'h3inshistspeecat 4:1which will include many novelty Burton, the deans of all schools and
o'clock this afternoon at Natural numbers. The specially designed elec- colleges and their wives, members of
Science auditorium. Dr. Mayo will trical apparatus of the Temple will the Board in Control of Student Pub-
appear here as the first lecturer on also make it possible to produce lications, and members of the jour-
the course which he presented to the lighting effects which have been prac- nalism faculty.
University last June. In their final
meeting of last semester, the Board of
Regents accepted his donation of
$5,000 to be used for an endowed lec-
tureship on the subject of surgery.
Although Harvard, Columbia and f
dowed lectureships, this is the first OGAN JANUARY
one in the history of the University. --- _
Dr. Mayo consented to give the first Instrument Playing Light Instead Comes to Middle West for f'irst Time
lecture himself and has promised to I of Sound Will be Brought Since Taping Presidential
send many of his eminent colleagues here Reins
here in order that the fund will not
have to be drawn upon for several PROCEEDS GO TO LEAGUE ADDRESSES STOCKMEN
years. -
Dr. Mayo, in presenting his gift,
made the provision that the money Thomas Wilfred and his Color Or- Chicago, Dec. 4. (By A. P.)-Presi-
should be used to get prominent doc- gan are to be sponsored in a recital dent Coolidge visited the Interna-
tors here to lecture on the subject Tuesday, January 13, in Hill audi- tional Livestock Hay and Grain show
of surgery, there being one lecture torium by the Ann Arbor branch of today and there inspected exhibits of
given each year. He provided the the American Association of Univers- I the finest products of American agri-
fund in order that there would be aI
mediumn of contact for the medical stu- ity Women, the organization that pre- culture.
dents with a variety of distinguished sented Paul Whiteman and the Mar- Invading the middle west for the
surgeons at different times through- mein dancers here earlier in the sea- first time since he entered the White
out their courses. son, it was announced yesterday. aHouse 1. m mths ago, the President
While regarded as one of tIre great- The Color Organ, or Clavilux as itisband Mrs. Coolidge ended a busy dy
est surgeons in the world, Dr. Mayo sometimes called, is an instrument by a visit to the blocks of prize win-
is also renowned for his clinic at constructed like an organ but playing ring entries from every state, amid
Rochester, Minnesota, which now ac- light instead of sound. In a darkened the cheerostof stkmen, ottle buyers
conodates hundreds of patients and hall it throws dozens of various col- The chief exect eopentseveral
employs scores of doctors. This ven- ored forms that fuse into different hours in Chicago's famous stok yards
ture, which was an entirely new ox- designs and rework themselves into prior to addressing a gathering or
periment in the medical world, was constantly shifting combinations.
considered at first to le a foolhardy This invention has attracted wide. rgrecuetat e of k yacs n,
attempt, but now the clinic is recog- attention from scientists and con- rendezvous of stock shippers for more
nized as without an equal in the nosieurs, and has been claimed by than a third of a century.
world. many as the beginning of the new art lhe visit to the livestock exposition
Dean hugh Cabot of the medical of mobile color. It is so original and and the address to the representatives
school says of him, "There is prob-tunique, according to these reporty. of American agriculture was the pr
ablyno radute f Mchign xiiothat it can be described with difficulty.
aly no graduate of ichign wh One of Mr. Wilfred's numbers, for mary purpose of the president's trip
has so profoundly effected the medi- -tneof r d hs ,gr but earlier in the day he delivered;
cal practice as Dr. Mayo. Ile is aiance, ilei on rogm a message to business men through an
great surgeon, more than that a great rising, advancing- key: Turgois, address to the (hicago Commerial
organizer who has been able to ef- G a uc k m siriois club. 'ihis message was a declaration 1
whih ueal wih.Green, Red." Such compositions, his ta ete uieso a o aI
fet an organization withcritics say, obviously must be seen to that neither business or ntion can
an immense number of people, with- be appreciated. exist in Isolation r u
out loss of personal contact." h entire proceeds of the perform-f Business, he declared, must hence-
Dr. Mayo will arrive here at noon ance will be donated to the proposed j ofthconsider itselfanmfntergra par
today from Grand Rapids where he Women's League building. Te seats of the life of agriculture, of the I
spoke on Wednesday and Thursday. will be unreserved and are to be of the country."
le will remain in the city until mid- placed on sale at Wahr's, Slater's, and!"Tommrcial an i iag sze
night, when he will depart for Chi- Graham's book-stores soon. The of our nation has been giving too
cago. prices charged will be $1.50, $1, and ch tout tohatiog and
$.5.corn, to the transportation and to
$.75.-their prices, and not enough thought
s Tto the men and women who are en-
N s T D !igaged in agriculture, their welfare
From Washington and prosperity."
(Continued on Page Sevcn)

PTMr. ieifitz appeared in Ann Arbor
Perfects Anti-Toxin WhIch Is WIdely two years ago and was given an un-
Used In (hereonilng Fever usual ovation at that time. He spent
World Over several days in this city and visited,
many of the departments of the Uni-
Dr. George F. Dick of the Mc- versity. His program is a varied one,
Cormick Institute for infectious dis- containing several compositions by
eases of Chicago, as the first lecturer the more famous men such as Grieg,
on the series planned by Alpha Omega Chopin and a number of more modern
Alpha, national honorary medical fra- works by such composers as Boulan-
ger and Bazzini.
an+v c~}: n ra rh in rat _

rope and met with the same success
that hLs marked his American per-
formances. Next to Kreisler, he is
easily th'o outstanding violinist of the
day.
leifitz began to study music when
very young, beginning the study of
violin at the age of three and making
his first public appearance when only
five. At nine he was engaged as a
soloist with the Symphony orchestra
of Pavlovsk, before an audience of
more than 5,000 people.
The concert will start promlptly at
8 o'clock and the audience is request-
ed to be seated promptly as the doors
will not be opened during the num-
bers of the program. A few single

WARREN ADDRESSES
A NQUETAT UNION
SAYS UNITED STATES * L NOT
ALLOW COURT TO ME LE
IN HOME PROBLEMS
SUPPORTS MEXICO
Beal, Trueblood, Pryor, Alexander
and Van Valkenburgh Also
on Program
"We intend to be masters in our
own household," declared Charles B.
Warren, '91L, guest of honor and
principal speaker at the All-Campus
Public Speaking banquet at the Union

eiy, ocAlthough quite young when he made tickets for this concert are still ob- last night. In expressing the atti-
fever last night at University Hall his first appearance in New York in tainable at the office of the School Itude .of the United States regarding
auditorium. Dr. Gladys II. Dick, his 1917 he was instantly hailed as a of Music. the World Court, Mr. Warren stated
wife, although present (and intro- that, "The United States will never
Kluced to the audience) did not speak. a"9Tsw
Rn istds te -agree to allow any other group to pass
In his atteit to discover tihe or- i 69A Ri H1on her domestic affairs. We will leg-
ganismn producing scarlet fever, Dr. isiate ourselves."
aeDick told that ie first,smcean inoculationsoe were j0Hi I "The greatest significance of the
made in guinea pigs, mice, and other WrdWrhsbe h elzto
svare ofnimtles.aThes therinmnats LL OPEN TOOAYT DEBATE ON L1 8OR Wor'ld1War has been the realization
small animals. These experinlents that there are no victors, that a na-
mnsasatptlueens-smalsnto;ation is defeated in its purpose before
the disease, only a slight rash being Annnil event to Aid League Building Affirmative Squad to Speak Here; it can conquer." Mr. Warren pointed
caused.-At this point it was decided Iund Starts tit 1:90 Negative Team Goes to to this conviction as having led to
that human volunters were necessary O'clockColumbus Today the universal attempt to reach an
for the work. agreement whereby wars might be
Several healthy young adults were PLAN 20 BOOTHS WbhVOODWARD IS JUDGE aisaed. "I believe in all suchor-
then chosen and were inoculated with Jganizations which lead to conciia-
blood serum from severe cases of The Women's Lea ue and Inter- tion and compromise rather than war.
scarlet fever, but slight results were Church bazaar will a1o'cloc Both the affirmative and negative We only differ as to the documents
obtained. However after several later today in Barbour gymnasium The debating teams of the Michigan wo- which we want to sign." In again
tests, a pure culture of hemolytic ;bazaar is an annual event at Miich- men will take part in the third an--I voicing the opinion of this country re-
streptococcus was inoculated and in igan, being given to raise money for nual Michigan-Ohio debate tonight on garding..the World Court, Mr. Warren
1923 scarlet fever was produced for the undergraduate contribution to the " a lab declared that "The United States
the first time (in te human individ- fund for the League building. Dorothy the question, Resolved: That or would go as far as its history justi-
ual). Further experiments provedl Mac Farlane, '25, is in general charge party similar in ideals and aspirations fled when the time comes, but would
that a certain strain of hemolytic and Edna Kadow, '25, is the treasurer. to the British labor party should be never allow a World Court to take
streptococcus caused the _ disease.- The main body of the gymnasium established in the United States." urisdiction over a domestic affair"
The Dicks' next perfected a skin will be decorated with yellow and blue Michigan's affirmative team, which Mr. Warren dealt briefly with Far-
test for susceptibility to the disease, bunting, and panels representing the ; consists of Beata Wagner, '25, Merel Eastern and Mexican affairs, saying
which is now known as the "Dick wise man following the star will give Parks, '25, and Elizabeth Van Valken- regarding the Japanese situation, "No
Test." This is ow being used in a suggestion of Christmas. burgh, '26, will meet the Ohio nega- on knows better than the Japanese
most of the hospitals In the United Several novel booths will be In- tive team which includes Margaret that we are going to limit their im-
States which are associated withe luded among the 20 that will display Burger, Ruth Lloyd, and Evelyn migration, but It is not free immi-
the articles. One will be a reproduc- Campbell at 8 o'clock tonight in Uni- gration for Japanese that they desire
the pedriatrics department of thetaani- tion of a college girl's room, showing versity hall. but rather equality of race, an equal
versity hospital. d s a variety of silk pllows, desk sets, Prof. I. S. Woodward of the West- status with other nations."' -
d ey then yTiscovered theaite 'rash 0book ends, lamp shades, and other ap" ern Reserve university of Cleveland T
and other symptomis of scarlet fever propriate accessories. Another will IOiwl etejde n em . Thet speaker poited to the recent
weeproduced by the toxin elaboratedprratacssrs.A thrwl Ohio, will be the judge, and Zelma E. installation of a president in Mexico,
were stinI be fitted out as a kitchen, and contain Clarke, social director of Martha ist president insMe
byti pdcedal ythen f elytc naelatens itchenrra, tCwarskendI the first president to be installed
sbytillsspeciylstruin of eothi enamelel utensils, aprons, towvels, and Cook building, wili preside. without a revolution, as indicative of
strepto('occns. By tile use of this useful novelties. The doll booth will ,
toxin, they have been able to produce splayols o a ll ot of (Continued on Page Five) Mexico's present condidtion. "Provid-
immunity to the disease. rag. bisque, wooden, amid paper. All ~~Ing Mexico abides by the rulings of
Dr. Dick stated that they next Per- articles are suitable for gifts, and Ilili Gonker International law regarding the rights
fected an anti-toxin in the horse. some are hand made. The marking ioof American citizens, we want to help
This made available large quantities committee reports that everything has y and be a good neighbor to Mexico."
of anti-toxin which has now been used been carefully gone over with a view Football Break Regent Junias E. Beal, introducing
most successively in overcoming ! to correct pricing, and prices more Mr. Warren, characterized the former
scarlet, fever once it has been estab- reasonable than the average pur- Near, Is Rumor anbassado's missions as needing on-
lished. Much of it is sent to Russia 1 chaser could obtain from stores are ly alertness, a thorough understand-
and Japan each year where the dis- assured. Chicago, Dec. 4. (By A. P.)-As ing of history and international law,
ease is especially prevalent. Dr. Dick (Continued on Page Five) football coaches, athletic directors and an. understanding of human affairs
concluded his lecture by showing the ;faculty representatives of the West- and the deepest arts of diplomacy.
cases in which immunity tests were "ern Conference gathered here tonight These missions having been so ably
given. - --D iscover riot rlmnvt h
The visitors were entertained at DP preliminary tothe opening of the two accomplished, President Coolidge had
no sterdaata che atthe1day schedule meeting tomorrow, him write the Republican political
nion gvenay aProf.Auceon arthin 1 o ssassinate rumblings were heard that Illinois platform, a distinguished honor."
of the pathological department of the : and Minnesota would break off foot- Millard H. Pryor, '25, president of
oftil pathool deateno tBritzsh Lords I ball relations when the schedules for I the Oratorical association, in present-
medical schlool. In tile afternoon, !Ite12 esnaedanpeet
Dr. Gladys H. Dick was entertained at the 1925 season are drawn up. . ing the evening's program, pointed to
a reception and tea by Alpha Epsilon London, Dec. 4.(By A. P.)The Brit- While the threatened break between Prof. T. C. Trueblood, head of the
I Illinois and Minnesota could not be
Iota, medical sorority. ish cabinet ministers have been placed (d et d n tie public speaking department, as direct-
Alpha Omega Alpha gave a dinner ; under special police protection says injury of Harold "Red" Grange, Illi- ly responsible for the success of the
in honor of the doctors last night at the Daily Mail. This precaution has ! , famous halfback, was the motive department here. Professor Trueblood
the Union. At the banquet, Dean Hugh been taken because of information re- for severing gridiron relations. Grange in presenting a "History of Public
Cabot of the medical school formally ceived from the headquarters of Vis- was injured in the Illinois upset when Speaking at Michigan," referred back
fwelcomed the doctors on behalf of the count Allemby, British high commis- to the inauguration of the department
I Minnesota scored a surprising victory.I
society and the medical school. Prof. sioner in Egypt, that a plot has been gyI at Michigan in 1892, stating that
Frederick G. Novy of the bacteriologi- discovered to assassinate prominent game on the Illiois schedule. I Michigan was the first university to
cal department then presented Dr. members of the British government. Chicago, 1924 winner of the Western have a public speaking department.
George F. Dick with honorary mem- 'The home secretary attached such i Conference championship, may meet He then traced its progress and de-
bership in the society. Dr. Gladys H. importance to the information that heiconrnce1cha isi aymetH trae t rgrs nto
Dick has been a member for some immediately ordered, according to the Michigan in 1925, if a satisfactory date v opmen.
time. paper, certain of his cabinet col- can be arranged. Fielding H. Yost, jOther speakers on the program
time._paperue t ainog hisd caay ned coght the W olverine director of atheltics, were Elizabeth Van Valkenburgl0 , '26,
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 4.-Cornell's ln- by armed police in plain clothes. said that Chicago would be offered a who spoke on the "Opportunities for
ion building; will be completed and There is every indication, the Daily place on the Michigan schedule. TheWomen i Public Speaking,and ay
ready for use at the beginning of the Mail says, that the plot is the outcome game may be arranged for the dedica- L. Alexander, 27, who acted as
1925-26 college year, according to a of propaganda formed by the execu- tion of the enlarged Stagg field which toastmaster.
recent announcement by the contrac- tives of the Egyptian nationalists, an ofi67 00 increased to a seating caacity
tors. organization whose emissaries are on7,000. sh t
spreading throughout Europe, includ- Tomorrow's session of theatmlltic
1n ngad directors probably will c omprise a 09NSS n} U
rng England.i
Chri ma pot nmortemi over the 1924 season and
~s Chrstmas - ";P05..:30" ""
?s a discussion of the rules. THErw OFnr TlINITS
fls- 'or. IK MaICHIumnaI The wrestling coaches will meet to
r s Wd u|arrangetheir schedules and the direc-
sreSItors will discuss rules in various I Complete diagnosis of three of the
II lD[ 11111MrINr iINf195 branches of sports. The faculty rep- four student cases of trichinosis by
now, as it once was, and as many lLresentatives will consider recommen-j removing small portions of the mus-
would like it to be, and on the cross- - dation to increase the number of pre- cles of the sufferers by the depart-
word craze. In the "Lemon Grove," Madison, Wis., Dec. 4.-Michiga I liminary practice games before the I ient of pathology has confirmed the
the Garg has included the necessary Iwill be the main attraction on the opening of the basketball season from fact that the disease which was
puzzle for its readers, the words lhonte football schedule for Wisconsin three to five and also award the Big thought to have been contracted from
ranging from "grouse" to Scandana- next fall, if recommendations of Ten outdoor and indoor track and the eating of infected pork in an
vian coins." Badger coaches to the conference field championship meets. Urbana restaurant was actually tri-
"Big Brothers," otherwise entitled, meet in Chicago tonorrow are follow- The indoor meet probably will be chinosis.
"Andeatlittleichildtsmalloleadethel,"w-
"And a little child shall lead.them,"! ed, it was stated today. The Yost awarded to Northwestern but the out- The four students left the surveil-
"Christmas," by John Parker Lee, '27, eleven will come to Madison for the door championship will be held else- lance of the University hospital and
and "The Deacon's Christmas Partygame where than Chicago as Stagg field health servide some time ago and are
bytesame" omecomingg eunde' the proposa.will be torn up with the reconstruc- all reported to be practically well and
by the same author, are the best of Northwestern and Purdue are other tion work of the new stadium. attending classes. Dr. A. J. Wessinger
the remaining articles this month. iconference teams which will be sought Saturday will be the big day of the local healt officer, has had no furthei
The entire issue seems far too much for the local gridiron it was stated. meeting when the football coaches word from the Illinois health official
pervaded with the much overworked Chicago, Iowa and Minnesota will will imeet to draft their schedules for on the matter, although they had writ-
jokes and so-called humorous cracks complete the conference schedule, all next fall. The nonularity of intersec- I ten him that they would let him know

Debate on Muscle Shoals was be-
gun in the senate.

IVn HIAflhIIL UBIV

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9

The house continued consideration ! Plans for a concerted financial
of the interior appropriation bill. drive for student support are being
made by the Interchurch council.j
Howard M. Gore, was confirmed by Each church, with students as solici-
the senate as secretary of agriculture.. tors, will conduct its own campaign,
but all will be united in their efforts
Subscriptions to the new treasury by the council, which is an S. C. A.
bond issue were closed, the issue be-! function. The drives will be conduct-
ing greatly oversold. ed simultaneously, as against the
previous unorganized efforts of the
Secretary Mellon in his annual re- groups individually.
port predicted years of prosperous George Hacker, '26Ed, president of'
and healthy conditions. the council, announced the following
men on the committees for the drive:
The internal revenue bureau report- John Elliott, '26, chairman; C . A. j
ed to Congress it cost $1.24 to collect Stevens, '26. and Carlton Linstrom.
each $100 in revenue taxes. The committee on arrangements is

JOTTER,'089 APPOINTED
SUCCESSORTO0VVATSON!
Ernest V. Jotter, '09, has been ap-
pointed assistant professor in the
forestry department to fill the place
left vacant by Prof. Russell Watson.
Professor Jotter was a forest super- r
visor in California for -a number of I
years. He was later transferred to
the Forest Products laboratory at
Madison, Wisconsin, where he had
charge of the publication of experi-
mental results of the laboratory.
-_

t
r

Senator Ladd of North Dakota, in-
surgent Republican, was dropped from
the Republican steering committee.
The navy reported it was unable to
decide the cause of the explosion on
the cruiser Trenton off Norfolk re-
cently.
The interstate commerce commis-
sion submitted its annual report with'I
no important railway legislation re-
quested.
Passage of a rivers and harbors bill
at this session of congress was pre-
dicted by Representative Longworth,I
Republican leader.
The Federal Trade commission sub-
- ,-...n Q1.-.., - .

composed of Harry Mitchel
Robert Waterman, '25; and
Likert, '26E.
Accused Student
Remains In
John K. Fairburn, '25, whoN
rested some days ago in con
with the Cartier, Wagnerc
store robbery is still in jail
ing his examination after p
not guilty of the charge agaim
Fairburn is being held bec
failure to raise $3,500 bail.
The delay in his hearing, whi
to have taken place Decemb-
due to the opening of county
Prosecuting Attorney Laird ca
no definite time for the exam

1 argoyle Feature
Rensis
Season And C
. Marked by an exceptional number
Jail of original and rather humorous of-}
ferings from the staff, as well as
was ar- more- excellent clipped jokes than
inection usual, Gargoyle's Christmas number
clothing appeared on the -campus yesterday.
await- Aside from the bits borrowed from
pleading other magazines, the best thing in the
ist him, issue was "I Like Christmas-Withi
ause of Reservations," by Halsey Davidson,
'25, and Donald Coney, '25, managing
ich was and assistant managing editor of the
eer 2, is paper.{
y court. On the whole Garg, with its improv-
an offer ed make-up and art work this year,
nination is showing decided improvement. The

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