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VOL. XXXV. No. 68

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARLOR, MICHIGAN, FREDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

PAUL BLANSHARD Huff Describes Sew Advocates
Humorous Rise Advanced RateI
WILLTLKTODA OfModern Game IONMUSOLESHOALStIn P.O._Service FARM INTEESTS
Chicago, Dec. 11. (By A. P.-A re- Washington,Dec. 11. (By A. P.)-
markable increase in popularity of Postmaster-General New will advise
college football in teas25yrsCgsthtt he wy to raise enogh tht
---was humorously illustrated in a talk revenue to meet proposed increases in ---.
FOlIRTER DEBATER NOW SECRE- by George Huff, athletic director of LEA I)EJiS PLAN TO TAKE FINALj postal pay is to increase the rates on MEASURE PASS E ) AFTER TWO i
TARY IOf LEAGUE FOR INDUS- the University of Illinois at a dinner VOTE ON SUBJEC'T practically all classes of postal serv- DAY CONSIDERATION BY
TRIAL DEIOCRACYduring the annual conference of Big TOMORROW ice except letter mail. LEGILATURE
Ten athletic directors here last week. Such increases would involve more p
PROMINENT LEA DER Clippings from the college paper, BRfIOOKH A RT SPEAKS ostage on newspapers and peiod-1 80 MILLION FOR ROADSc
# the Daily Illtini describes the first cls, a subject of many heated fightst;
football game at Illinois, with Illinois --- in Congress through many adminis- t
Will Speak Before Both Sudents and Wesleyan, which drew a very satisfac- Ioia Insurgent Opposes Transfer of trations. Floor Leaders Hope to Pass Three l
Townspeople on Capital- otor attendance of "over 300 persons." Project to Private Interests At the request of the Senate postl Supply Acts Before Regular t
Labor ProblentThe Big game with Michigan at Illi- forE loiion office committee, the postmaster gen- Christmas Recesss
nois last October drew "over 67,000 j f! cral is about to conclude a survey
In connection with the visit to Ann persons." Year by year the clipping a. showing how the additional revenue Washington, Dec. 11. (By A. P.)-
Arbor of Paul Blanshard, '14, a Uni- Irelatedh the progress.of the game. t . 1.---'(y A.'. may be brought in and this week he
IProgress o h eatIoa owr .ieagiutrl prpitinbl
versity debater of a few years ago, The success of the first game led sof the senate today towar will discuss it with President Cool- The agricultural appropriation bill
all students will have an opportunity I the athletic department to build "a disposition of the Muscle Shoals ques- idge. Soon thereafter it probably will carrying $124,000,000 of which $0,- I
today to learn the possibilities and stadium," with the seating capacity of tion was so frequently mnterrupted find its wunay to Congress in the form 000,000 would be available fo'r road i
rewards of social service as a life 300. The new Illinois stadium dedi- for consideration of other proposal' of a proposed bill, for consieration construction, was passed today by the
profession. cated at the Michigan game seats 76,- that the senate recessed tonight with- if Congress decides to override Presi- House
500n a out taking action on pending amend- dent Coolidge's veto of the bill passed
Inceditn t edne tisn-f The old wooden stadium cost the i ments. at the last session increasing the sal- T ,
he llynon the Wednesday edition o athletic department $600, half of Leaders plan if possible to bring aries of postal employees. would appropriate about $59,000,000z
o'c k D r Blansd 4:15 which had to be raised by a benefit the subject to a final vote tomorrow. In the Senate today a futile attempt 'lmore than last year's measure but
o'clock, Mr. Blanshard will speak on dance. The new stadium cost $2,- Both Democratic and Republican lead- j was made to obtain an agreement to (arried several million dollars less
three other occasions. 'At 9 o'clock000,000. The average receipts from ers predicted today that the bill postpone until February a vote on re_-h
this morning Mr. Blanshard will speak the first wooden "stadium" were about would pass. A number of senators passing the vetoed bill. It already has than the budget estimatet
on "Problems of the Labor Organizer" $50 to $75 while the receipts from the are anxious to dispose of the Muscle been repassed over the veto in the The bill vwas assed after less thano
before Prof. C. L. Goodrich's class in i Michigan game exceeded $100,000. Shoals issue to give erly considera Hiouse . There was a short debate I two lays consideration by the Hlouse. t
trade unionism at room 102 Economics Ion to the Isle of Pines treaty and xwhich left the status of the bill un- More than a dozen amendments wereO
buligrv int h Il fPnstet n clianged and it is not subject to a oie am hs drt~
building. other important legislation.s n t s t t fe and those adptedrepresented
"Youth and Social Problem" will be I;mootfo 1111niaerhJY Senator Copeland, Democrat, New motion 1for repassage uni aer t hangs.
the subject of the conference, which York, dIry w vote Senate has disposed of the Muscle
he'will conduct at 2 oclock this after- YokIelrdtdylewu Shoals legislation hi~~lo h giutrlbl
noo +i the upper ra i s ro against any measure that did not re- opened the u int the House to the
noon in the upper reading room of quire the government to fix the rates I Naa appropriation bill, which is'
Lane hall. At this time, Mr. Blan- LLi on power produced at Muscle Shoals. slated fcr consideration early next
shard will answer any quesdhons1thet IIHe urged the senate not to take hasty week. The celerity with which the
may be asked. The 4:15 o'clock lece- action and declared legislation couldl first two appropriation bills have been
ture is to be given in Natural Noted (conductor Will Present Orelis- be enacted two years hence without disposed of has encuraged floor lead-
auditorium on the subject "The Cha-tra Here in Second Concertof harmful effects. 1ers in their hope of passing three sup-
lenge of Labor to the College Stu- Extra Series Senator Prookhart, insurgent, Re- Iply hills before the Christmas recess.
t publican, Iowa, said that he stood Pending consideration of the Nav:j
At 6 o'clock, Mr. Blanshard will be pblaIwhsbill next week the House will devote
the guest at a dinner conference in nICKETS NOW ON SALE ready to convert the nitrate plants mil Opportunity to Apply for Tik- its time tomorrow to considering the
the Michigan Union, where he will into fertilizer factories but opposed nemerous hills in the calendar.
3 ~~~~~~~~~~turning over the power to private in-- 5 ilb ivn 'rmr ilsi h aedr
relate personal experiences of his ca- Ossip Gabrilowitsch, the famous trest. who could exploit the proper- eToday e
reer as a social worker. Reservations conductor and pianist, will present teest, who cds eo the per --- T
for this dinner may be made at the the Detroit Symphony orchestra as Ule. If privateinterests obtain the DISCUr MUSICBUIGTf'
Ui s r .5 t the second concert in the Extra Con- Muscles Shoals power, he declared.,
The dinner conference will be fol- cert series Monday evening, Decem- mn
lowed by an address at 7 o'clock in ber 15, in Hill auditorium. During theafarmet wheidagetrnohmore bene More than 700 applications for the A
room 302 of the Union. At this time the yeas that Mr. Gabrilowitsch has the am J-op have already been received by
Mr. Blanshard will discuss "What is; headed this outstanding organization from the Keokuk da.--p-aearad enreevdb
Senator Howell, Republican, Ne- the committee. These applications Washington, Dec. 11. (By A. P.)-
Wo g wthimeitheWrm.~At the osenitaunmerhismcapable adrshipshasdat
Wrong with t W ."theWlatt he close it has made remarkable advances and braska, asserted the senate should will be investigated over the week The constitutionality of the law under
g as pement clfor the studyr taedn-nnristcb lefiiencysh par- take warning from the lease of the llwhich th Secretary of the Interior
io s a permanent club for the studyI tained an artistic efficincy compar- anavy oil lands and not expegit a con- . is authorized to restrict to $1000 the
of socialtestins will be disussed. n able to pherbestdAeicang rchestras. tract carmying "loop holes." The bill the juniors to apply for tickets from guarly quartely payments made to
the tentative club would be co - In addition to providing programs i- should stete specifically, he said, 1 to 5 o'clock today at the desk in the Indians who have not been given cer-t
posed of, faculty, students, ktrades- iin Detroit which have materially aid- what a lease would be required to do. {Union. tificates of competency was sustained p
people, and labor leaders can meet , ed the development of the cultural ap- whacaleseywuldbereuiestoan0bJUno- by the Supreme Court today in a case
together for discussion and investiga- preciation of its community, Mr. Gab- ISn only 850 couples can le ac- brought by Nicholas Webster, an
tion. i rilowitsch has found time and energy Dare-Devil Driver ormodated at the (ance, it is vi- Osage indian.n
Mr. Blanshard's last engagement to take his players to a limited num- :dent that a number of applications Chief Justice Taft, at the conclusion I
here is at a smoker at the Chamber ber of other cities. Entertains Crowd have to ie rejected. Only appi- of the argument of counsel for Wes-
of Commerce, to take place after the The coming concert in Hill audi- In Front Of Union cacus of those who have paid their ster announced that the c"u' had de-
discussion in the Union. Before the: torium will inaugurate a series of lass dues will be considered. cided after a brief conference on the
Clamber of Commerce he will take three orchestral programs, each of t mbench that it would sustain the
up the subject of "Problems of Capi- which has been carefully planned to Jack Frost furnished consierable The meeting of the commt s- validity of the laws attacked. The
t l and Labor." appeal not only to the trained musi- entertainment for several hundred teday afternoo at the [ion was e Chief Justice added, however, that the
When at the University, Mr. Blan- cian but to the general public, and students yesterday when he iced the voted toat discussion of the music court would announce later whether I
shard won many oratorical honors. to cover a large range of orchestral streetorner of south State and south {and decorations, and the amount of mthe , enr proceedg hou e ist
Afe r du to , he su i d at H r it r t r .Univers ty streets. m oney to be evoted to each. No con-
Last ev ningdonaintre idhyountudied fortca ryingluttthetrabi.n m issed, or transferred to t he circuit
ard and Columbia. he then entered In the same series the ibalchic Last evening one intrepid young trct for carrying out the Arabian court of appeals for a review of other
v a rd a n d C ol u b ia H e h 'e e nt r ed I n h e s m e e ri e t h K ib l ch cl1 d r iv e r p e r fo r- e d fo r t e la rg e a u d i-' s c e n e h a s b e e n g iv e n o u t a s y et, b u t q e t o s i v l e .
the labor movement as a textile work- Russian Symphony Choir will also ap- drveierfor tme fortieglars sa sch as een in outea involved.
;steadily. working his way up to yerTefcohtthywl rsn nce for a time, driving his small ;this wii he done in a few days. tusiox
, roadster, with the cutout wide open, A special meeting will be held at I>5
his present position as a prominent their concert in native costume will then racing his motor and applying o'clock today, in room 302 of the
labor leader, field secretary of the add a picturesque setting to the re- OEthe brakes. His car would wheel and Union, when the committee will makeU
league for industrial democracy of cital. cavort about the (enter of the open another attempt to settle upon one, or
New York, noted lecturer, and author. Tihe program Monday evening will spa'ce for a few minutes until finally possibly two, of the orchestras. O PN U IrTlf~
________ cvinclude the following numbers: brought under control and the nriver Every effort is being made to decide Ut'olhIIU LU L
Overture to Victor Hugo's "Ruy Bas," i wouild drive away and return for an-1 the question of music before the __
SOp. 95 ... ....... Mendelssohn othl' exhibition. - ! ,,-,,i ,m,'.4 ti ccrdw(1in t Gen GusnF' ? (d:rt1(taveL. Michaud of the romance i.

JOHN GIVES

Campus Clubs
To Benefit By
News Service
Sectional clubs of the University
will receive national publicity con-
cerning their activities on the campus
as a part of the program of expansion
inaugurated this year by the Univer-
sity Press bureau.
The bureau plans to secure a com-
plete account of. the activities of the
lubs on the campus and their con-
tenmplatedl activities in their home
towns, and to send this account to the
ocal papers. This is in line with
he "individual service"department in-
stituted this year by the bureau,
through which a complete story of the
campus activities of any student hon-
ored on the campus, is sent to his
home town papes.
Co-operation of officials of the clubs
n seeing that the bureau is given all
available news as soon as it occurs
s asked by the bureau.
The regular service of the bureau
is now distributed by means of a
'news letter," sent out every week
or ten days, and which contains all
he live news relating to the Univer-
sity, including features on all manner
of research carried on here. It is ex-
ended free to all papers desiring it.
Offices of the bureau are maintained
n room 201, Mason hall, telephone
number University 109-J. ,

STI JONG1
TALK ON X-RAY
i-
TO FONDYE
BRAGG EMPHASIZES VALUE TO
INDUSTRY OF MODERN
RESEARCH
REED SPEAKS
Plan to use Engineering Laboratory
for Three Year Investigations
of Core Oils and Binders
Research investigation of core oils
and binders involving about $6,500
a year over a period of three years,
will be conducted in the engineering
research laboratories of the engineer-
ing college, if plans announced by Mr.
Robert Crawford, president of the De-
troit Foundrymen's association, in
the meeting of the state'foundrymen
last night, are carried out. Accord-
ing to present plans the foundrymen
of the state will contribute to a fund
to defray the expenses of research.
Mr. Frederick Erb, of the Packard
Motor Car company in Detroit, is

chairman of the technical committee
fl M ETRrhadvising with the engineering re-
search department relative to the pro-
p sed program, and Mr. E. S. Van
T I T RDalson, of the Dodge Brothers is head
TONIG T FO PRO of the finance committee
At 4 o'clock yesterday, the 175 vis-
iting foundrymen heard a lecture on
oveltes and Features Will larkthe industrial application of the X
Dance; Progrants Will be ray by Dr. Ancel St. John, consulting
Card Cases physicist of New York city. Dr. St.
--John explained the structure and
operating theory of the X-ray tube,
MARCH BEGINS AT 9:30 illustrating his talk with slides pre-
pared largely at the Watertown, Mass.,
),-ncing to the strains of the Strom- arsenal. where the powerful X-ray is
berg-Vokoun orchestra the Sopho- utilized in the inspection for defects
moerowoko orche.tr, , in steel castings.
more Prom vwill begin at 9 o'clock Shows Radiographs
tonight when members of the class Slides were shown representing
of 1927 and their guests gather in the radiographs of three inch steel gun
Union ballroom for their annual carriage castings. Following his ex-
party. Thie orchestra which is con- planation of the work conducted at
sidered the 'premier dance organiza- the Massachusetts -arsenal, Dr. St.
tion in Cleveland aird is popular John displayed radiographic results
throughout the middle West will be of work recently completed illustrat-
personally directed by Mr. Vokoun. ing the method of radiographing sue-
Pronmptly at 9:30 o'clock the guests cessfully small metal parts, a process
will swing into line for the grand heretofore indifferently successful
march. Leading the column will be due to glare from the varied surfaces,
Willard B. Crosby, '27, chairman of under the ray. The physicist devised
the committee, with' Marjery Tanner the method of submerging the cast-
of Flint as his partner. Following the ing in a solution, absorbing the re-
leaders will be the various members fracting rays. The result was a clet"-
of the committee. The grand march cut radiograph.
will end when the dancers assemble I Visit Laboratory
for the picture. With this completed Immediately following the lecture,
the regular program of dancing will tIhe foundrymen were conducted in
continue until 2 o'clock with the ex- groups to the laboratory in the phy-
ception of a number of short inter- sics building containing the X-ray
missions. Several novelties and fea- equipment prepared by Prof. George
tures have been arranged by the or- A. Lindsay, of the physics depart-
chestra leader. ment, for the inspection of metal cast-
Programs are of grey leather, and ings. The large X-ray tube was en-
are in the form of card cases. In the closed in a lead lined case with the
center of the platform of the ball- exception of a single slit. Before the
room will be a large white shield on opening, a fluoroscopic screen was
which will 'be emblazoned the class placed in such a position that the rays
numerals. At the opposite end of the struck against its rear surf ce, as a
floor a number of card tables will be reversed moving picture screen. The
situated for the use of the chaperones metal castings were placed between
during the evening. A large bssket of the screen and the X-ray tube. In
chrysanthemums will be placed on the darkened room, with the machine
each side of the fireplace. in operation, defects in castings one
Patrons and patronesses for the inch thick were plainly shown by
Prom will be President Marion L. Bur- I clear spots against the dark back-
ton and Mrs. Burton, President Emeri- ground of the solid metal.
tus Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs. Hut- Prof. Thomas A. Reed, of the poll-
chins, Dean Joseph' A. Bursley and tical science department, was the
Mrs. Pursley, Dean John R. Effinger principal speaker at the dinner held
and MIs. Effinger, Dean Wilber R. at night in the Union. Prof. W. D.
Humphreys, Dean Mortimer E. Cooley Henderson, of the University Exten-
and Mrs. Cooley, Dean George W. Pat- ; sion division who was the scheduled
terson and Mrs. Patterson, Dean speaker was prevented from attend-
Henry M. Bates and Mrs. Bates, Coach ; ing by illness. Professor Reed dis-
Fielding H. Yost and Mrs. Yost, cussed the modern trend in munici-
Coach George E. Little and Mrs. Lit- pal government, referring to the city
tie, Prof. Jesse S. Reeves and Mrs. manager system of city government
Reeves, Prof. Robert M. Wenxley and as a step towarfd grylter govern
Mrs. Wenley, Prof. Emil Lorch and ;mental efficiency and economy. He
Mrs. Lorch, Prof. Evans Holbrook and emphasized the importance of the fac
t Mrs. Holbrook and Dean Je n Hamil- that city government is fundamental
ton. ly a business proposition rather than
n~/a question of politics.
Mr. Charles Bragg, of the Brag
!Jengineering company of Detroit, spok
briefly,Iemphasizing the importanc
in modern industry of fundamenta
DBSR A ING TREAY research. The foundrymen tendere
President Marion L. Burton a baske
Paris, Dec. 1l.-(By A.P.)-The of lowers, expressing the sympath:
prro ss of conciiation between Ger-of the group at the President's ill
many and the Allies, particularly ness.
with France, has received a set back,
it is feared in French circles by the flflflfl R OM Ol
report of the inter allied military con-
trol mission in Germany to the effect I
that the provisions of the VersaillesI TO GUI TII
treaty concerning disarmament are UU U U U
not being carried out.
The allied mission according to its Rome. Dec. 11.-(By A.P.)--Georg

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flISTRIBh1TIflN Of FUNDS

6th Symphony in D minor, Op. 74....
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The crowd was enthusiastic a
good performance from a car
hound to draw cheers of admira

-Allegro con grazia The more cautious drivers were;
Washington, Dec. 11.-(By A.P.) - Allegro molto vivace ed for their safety-first methods
Legislation which would make it un- Allegro lamentoso Ma.e
lawful to collect campaign contri- S s i termissionhestra IToMakes
butions in one state for distribution I g Cries"s:,
in another was proposed today before Air, "Revenge," "Timotheus Cries.F r
the Senate campaign expenditures in- '.. '...............,,.....Hlandel
vestigating committee by Senator "La Bague et 1a Cloche" .... Duparc Fraternities, sororities, league h
Caraway, Democrat, Arkansas. Mr. John Barclay , es, and similar organizations
Samuel Untermyer, of New Yok, Polobtsian Dances, from "Prince Igor" asked to give to the University
who was associated with Frank P. 'Tickets'f.r.nd..i .... corsin pital Christmas trees from their
Walsh of Kansas city, personal coun- Tickets for dividual concerts ties after they ar through with
sel for Senator Robert M. LaFollette for the course are still available at It is the aim of the Social Se
as the independent candidate for the University School of Music. division of the hospital to place a
president will be told, committeemen ~ ~in each ward for the plsure of
said, that if he desires to present evi- children and adults.'ThiwT[asD
dence, documentary or otherwise, re- I.UiIR cdone in several past year x,
garding the "mysteries" story told by ;,Christnmas thirty -five trees being
two Chicago witnesses, the committee DP p Tifit 1 MlEQNA nated.
will receive it. SU I l lU f Decorations and small gifts w
Efforts to run down this story, --- course also be acceptable. Ift
which was related by two telegraph Prof. Richard D. T. Hollister, of I who desire to responld to this a
operators and involved alleged finan- tihe public speaking department, ha , will call the University hospit

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Christmnas vaca ion, au rt i g t a - t~utcv i,. t t ituv is v~u~t
K. Buck, '26A, chairman of the sub- languages department spoke on "Pan-
committee, ama, Past, Present, and its Possibili-,
It is necessary for all applications 1 ties" last night at Tappan hall as
that are to be considered to be in the the first lecturer on a course of fivej
hands of the committee by 5 o'clock uinder the auspices of La Socledad
tomorrow night. Acceptance or re- Ilispanica. In his speech, which was
jection of applications wiii be an- delivered in Spanish, Mr. Michaud
oaunced next week. told of the history of Panama from
early times up to the present. His4
lecture was illustrated throughout by
number of lantern slides.
SECONU LOT 9F j aTwobo~fthe four remaining lectures
[-A on the series will be presented in'
S Jnuaryand two in February. Those
I who will speak are Prof. Julio del
-Toro and Prof. Jose M. Albaladejo
Warning letters for those students both of the romance languages de-
whose names begin with the letters G- partment, Frederic Sanchez, Grad.,
P were sent out yesterday afte nooni and Salvador T. Garcia, '26M.
from the office of Dean W. It. Ilum-
phreys, assistant lean of the literary
college. This is the second lot ofL
the 1,250 letters which will have been ,
sent out by the end of the week noti-
fying students that their work for the MUEL MP S W K
first half of the semester has been A
unsatisfactory. Bullei
These letters are divided into three Saltillio, Mexico.-The general con-
groups and the past work of the stu- Itio, Me -Tme gen ea
dition of Samuel Goumpers was weak
(lent decides which kind of a letter he shortly after 9 o'clock when he passed;
will receive. Students whose work through here.
previous to the present semester has
been satisfactory, but whose grades Laredo, Texas, Dec. 11. By A. P.)~-
are not satisfactory at present will me- The condition of Samuel Gompers,'
ceive a warning letter for the fir veteran labor leader was improvedl
time. when his train passed Danegoas,
The second group are students who about half way between San Luis
have been warned before for scholas- Potosi and Saltillio at 2 o'clock this
tic work but whose work has not afternoon. Official orders have been
shown satisfactory improvement. These given the railroad to pass the train
students will remain on the warned across the border with all speed pos-
list and'in some cases they have been sible.

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cing in the Republican campaign were
mnade during hearings at Chicago, but
they proved fruitless.
The national indoor junior track
and field championships will be held
January 15 at Madison Square Gar-1
den, New York.l
PROBABLY COOLER
Do you feel that sting in the
air? Its a sure sign that winter
is coming. This spicy weather
puts pep and spring into you as
Timmi Aos in the Classified

accepted the invitation of the Univer-
sity of California to lecture in Berk- I
eley at their next summer session. HeI
will deliver a course of lectures onI
public speaking there throughout the
summer.{
Professor Hollister plans to leaveI
early next June, and has already been
asked to deliver lectures in several
universities on his way West. He will:rb by acp e erl o h s ni
arobly acept several of tWhee inI
tations, according to Prof. Thomas C.
Trueblood, head of the public speaking
department.
Paris, Dec. 11.-Loss of tourist

Christmas time, leaving inmorm
as to the time and plate atN
their donations may be obtain
truck will call for these articles

Iiinsdale Listed
For "Club Night"
'Prof. W. BA.Hnsda le, dire(tor of the
archaeological division of the museum
of zoology, and Prof. A. A. Stanley,i
professor - emeritus of music, willj
speak at the monthly "club night"
meeting of the University club, which
will 'ho held toniaht in thec luh rooms

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