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VOL. XXXV. No. 75

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ANN ARLOR, MICHIGAN, TUSDAY, JANU4RY G, 1925

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CHIAGOSHOWING'
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LAST NIGHT END
1825 PERATRIPI
CAST RETURNS TillS MORNiNGI
AFTER PLAYING IN 11
CITIES
ON ROAD 17 DAYS

Harlan F. Stone Appointed.
U. S. Supreme Court Justi

Washington, Jan. 5.-(By A.P.) -I
Harlan F. Stone, attorney general, was
appointed by President Coolidge to-
day to succeed Joseph McKenna in the
United States supreme court.
The nomination of Attorney General
Stone td succeed Justice McKenna,
whose resignation had been announc-
ed earlier in the day, was sent to the
Senate just before that body adjourn- f

his new duties as soon as the non
ation is confirmed and a successor1
been named for him as head of
Deaprtment of Justice.
Mr. McKenna's resignation had b
a foregone conclusion and the Pr
ident acted in naming a succes
within a few hours of its announ
ment, after calling Mr. Stone into c
ference at the White House.
The nomination of Mr. Stone m
referred by the senate to the jurisd
tionary committee.

1erforniers Entertained at I)inners, I ed.
Dances by Various Alumni Mr. Stone is expected to, take up
O rganizations s
After a seventeen day tour of prin-
cipal cities in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois
and Wisconsin members of the Michi-
gan Union opera cast returned to Ann J
Arbor this morning, playing their last CL IU 1 11
performance in Chicago last night.
The opera played in eleven cities Uiversity Women Undertaiketo Bring
during the holidays, starting with a the Color Orgai
performance in Grand Rapids, Dec. Here
19, and ending at Chicago. Bay City,N
TICKETS ON SA LE TODAY
Saginaw, Port Huron, Flint, Detroit,
Tohedo, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Mil-
watikee , were the other cities visited Thomas Wilfred and his Clavilux,
by the production. Five days were or Color Organ, will be presented by
spent in Detroit, four performances the Ann Arbor branch of the Amer'-
being given there at Orchestra Hall can Association of University Women
and three days were spent in Chicago, i a r
'where the show played on Saturday in a recital Tuesday evening, Jan. 13,
night and. last night, in the Eighth in Hill auditorium. Tickets for the
Street theater. One night stops were I performance will be placed on sale
ide in each of the other cities. today at Wahr's Graham's, and Slat-
IMembers of the cast and choruses book stores, and are priced as
of th show were untertained in each r's
city by the Michigan alumni there. follows: main floor, three center see-I
A reception and dance was held for tions to the balcony, $1.50; three
the company in Grand Rapids, Bay I center sections under the balcony,
City, Port Huron, Flint, Cleveland, and all side sections, $Y; first balcoy,
and Milwaukee, while they were en- I first four rows, $1.50; next four rows,
tertained at various clubs in each city $1; remaining rows, $0.75; and the en-
d uring their stay there. Luncheons tire second balcony, $0.50. All seats
and dinners were provided for the are unreserved.f
cst at the different clubs. The Clavilux, invenved by ThomasI
The entire organization traveled in Wilfred, has made possible the use of
two Pullman cars, while a special light as a fine art by placing the three
baggage car was used to transport I necessary factors, form, color and mo-
the costumes, scenery and special Ition, at the command of the playeri
properties which were used in the at its keyboard. The artist seated at
production. the Clavilux opens a notation book
Ninety-three men, including the and by playing upon the keys releases
cast, choruses, orchestra, various pure white light, moulds it into form,
comnmittee chairmen and eight union makes the form move and change in
stage hands znd electricians, made ! rhythm, introduces texture, depth and
tlike trip, finally all shades of color.
Mr. Wilfred'is the only person in
f the country who has been able to per-
feet an instrument exploiting moving
C, C U RESOLVES.'U light and color. Besides his numerous
LIconcert engagements in America he
has recently closed a contract to pre-
PUBLISU PERIODICA sent his programs for a three weeks'
season at the convention of the Inter-
As a result of resolutions passed at national Association of Artists in
the last board meeting of the Chain-Paris this summer, and a theater is
ber of Commerce, a small booklet, in being equipped especially for his use
th e form of a four page bulletin will thre
l$e published by the Chamber every Last year Mr. Wilfred traveled with
nonth. The bulletin, which will prob- only a three-manual instrument, but
aly appear for the first time shortly I on his present tour he is using a five-
after the middle of January will fea- manual instrument which he succeed-
tire the work of the Chamber, and e d in perfecting this summer.
will endeavor to keep the member-I Mr. Wilfred's complete Ann Arbor
ip more in touch with the progress program will be announced in a few
or the organization. days.
All groups affiliated with the Cham- _
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DUROI'NG VA CATIO
Former University Secrefi ry Strich
in Zits 9st
Year D
WAS CIVIC LEADER

News Of The Day
e A StudenWLTYHyo From Washington
1T ['hCity Te('resident's agriculturalcon-
flAP TI~ Cit mission reconvened to map out plans
n- n rfor farm relief.
has "ello, Bill" and "Happy New Year,__
tho Hud" were much in evidence on State House leaders agreed to pass at this
street last night and this morning as session a $38,000,000 rivers and ar-
i hundreds of students returned to Ann -ors bill.
nPRE)SIENT'S BAChE{S THil1NK Arbor for the opening of school this -
IE WILL BE SUSTAINEl) morning. Although quite a number Associate Justice McKenna, of the
sor 'OI)AY have been straggling in during the supreme cou"t, resigned and Harlan F.}
ce- past week to do a little studying, the Stone, attorney general, was nonin-
on- HOUSE W ON'T ACT majority of them came on late trains ated to succeed him.
last night andl early this morning.
ass IyTaxicab and baggage companies Minister Clementel's memorandum
lis- I (Orbinrtin Py aise and Postal ,were swamped with bus4ness yester- on the French debt was transmitted
Rate InreaseWlBeday and today and will be for the next to Secretary Mellon by the state de-
Offered linstea(d few days until all the students are partment.
hack and settled for the final five ~~
1 Washington, D. C., Jan. 5. (By A. P.) weeks left before the close of the se A motion to recominit the postal pay
_ -Irasident Coolidge's veto of the p's- mesfer. Feb. . Finil are shl'ndC bill, velod by reid'nt C '&lide. wa
tal nay increase bill will be sustained 'to start Jan. 26, and the usual mad deieated in the Senate but final vote
in the Senate tomorrow if administra- ru.h of studying and cramming is ex- on the measure will be taken by 4
tion leaders can hold the strength pected to start at once o'clock tomorrow.
they were able to develop tonight in '
the first test vote. They are con- President Coolidge endorsed co-op-
fident they can do so. Uferative marketing in an address be-
ien The test came on a motion of Chair- IIfore' the national council of Farmer1
man Sterling, of the post odcehe coi- Co-operative Marketing association.
mittee, to recommitt the pay measure! r r
which was executed with approval last IThe War Finance corporation can-
June. The motion was voted down, 30 ULceled and retired $449,000,000 of its
to 52, but the 30 votes had for recoi- $500,000,000 capital stock as the
mital is two more than the one-third $500,000,00 caia stc a- h -
in cssarystwomretent thehme -sirdei-Faculty Members Attend 1924 (1on. itial step towards winding pin its af-
he; necessary to prevent the nmeasure be-! vnhn;VnTn 'eet ais
ed coming a law without presidential sention;TallTyne Presents - e -
me sanction. arSenator Walsh, Democrat, Montana,3
'ke If the President is sustained, the denied in the Senate that there had
house will not be called upon to act, EXPECT 400 DELEGATES been an alliane between Democrat
n- the pay raise measure having originat- an Republian nsurgen telat
ere ed in the Senate. In its place will be ,Decision to hold the next annual session.s s
el; advanced the administration's comb'- convention of the American Historical
n nation and postal rates increase bill, association in Ann Arbor was made The Navy department announcedl
n introduced last week by Senator at the 1924 gathering, held Dec. 27 to scheduled flights to Bermuda, San Ju-
rny Mones, Republican, New Hampshire, 1 31 in Richmond, Va. Reports and an Porto R th
whofaiedin n ffot oda t pacn, Poto ico, te Canal zone, andf
who failed in an effort today to place 1pagers from various delegates were either Honolulu or Europe for the air
in it before the Senate prior to consid- also he:rd at the convention, among liner Los Angeles next spring.
re oration of the vote, which were papers by Prof. C. H. Van I _A__x rn
ld, Under the unanimous consent Tyne and Prof. U. B. Phillips, both The supreme court armed the in-
le. agreement which became operative to- of the history department here. -nt esrang th e h ni-
pa (day the Senate must vote on the vetos' pjunction restraining the Chicago 4ani-
ith not later than 4 o'clock tomorrow. Professor Phillip-' paper was on tary district from diverting from Lake
-ith notaltterctsawithoSlavekLaoorrand.I
of Under the parliamentary situation wPih Free," while Professor anMichigan more than 2,0,000 cubic feet+
new existing, the pay and rate ad- ''i ner dealt with the Ames-s n of water per minute.
re- I vance measure cannot be brought upI can Revolution.
ne immediately and there were free pre- ThenatorrGaryrofhRhmde 'Island,-in vasor Gary, fyRhheeprsgnd m
sdictions y senators sicaking for the The pgram for the meeting which troduced a resolution asking Secretary
he overriding of the veto that the bill willb e held in Ann Arbor has not I Hughes whether any foreign power.
to would not ge Passed at this session. yet been arranged. It is the custom had protested against the elevation of
of the associi tion to hold its meet-i guns on American battleships.
5G. ings during the Christmas holidays s
nM aj r General the 1925 gathering will probaby
In convene Dec. 27. It is estimated that W oman Governor
qty, ;U S A4 dlegates will visit thi city for ed s
it, i - the next conference.
tf Force Too Weak Other members of the University y First
faculty who attended the Richmond!
uors - nmeeting were Prof. A. L. Cross, Prof.f
hi ashington, D. C., Jan. 5.--The U. Earle w. Dow, N. V. Russell, George Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 5.-A climax
in- S. air force is inadequate to serve the W. Brown, all of the history depart- to more than 55 years of equal rights

'BURTN IMPOVED
IEXPECTED TO ASK
IF RE(OVERY WARRANTS, PLANS
MAY BE DEFINTELY MADE
BY END OF MONTH
BULLETIN ISSUED
Saturday Is First Day President Has
Left Bed Since Ten Weeks'
llliiess
While no definite plans have been
10 mfaT 'ula as y''. ~i is Ihoug l that
r in,-deiit Marion L. Burton will re-
quest an extended leave of absence
from the University to complete his
recovery from his recent illness. The
President's condition has shown
marked improvement, and it is hoped
that by the end of the month his re-
r covery will have advanced far enough
j for definite plans to be made:
The first serious halt in Dr. Bur-
ton's recovery after the first week in
November came at the beginning of
the Christmas vacation when he con-
tracted influenza in the epidemic
which prevailed in the city at that
time. No bad results followed the at-

James Henry Wade, secretary of t
University from 1883 until 1908, di
last Wednesday evening in his ho
on Maynard street, following a stro
from which he never regained co
sciousness. Fiuncral services w
held Friday evening at Dolph's chap
and interment was made Saturday
j Jonesville, Mr. Wade's home for ma
I ye .r4s.
Mr. Wade svas born Feb. 5, 1834
Onondaga county, New York, whe
he lived until lie was ten years o
when his family moved to Jonesvil
With the coming of the Califorr
gold-strike in 1852, he started w
his 14 year-old brother and a party
25 for the coast.
The rigors of the long journeyi
duced the party to five men and o
woman by 'the time California w
reached. Mr. Wade remained in t
West for four years, and returned
Jonesville by way of Panama in 18
For 27 years hze was engaged int
hardware and mercantile business
Jonesville. In 1883 he came to A
Arbor as secretary of the Universi
a position which he occupied un'
1908, when he resigned Lt'theage
72. His home has been in Ann Arb
since that time, though most of 1
winters were spent in California.
Mr. Wade displayed an activei
terest in civic affairs, and his 1
trips down town were to register a
vote in the fall election. He was
director of the University School
Music since its founding, and serv
for a numntier of years as a region
I director of th-e State Savings bank.
Mr. Wade had enjoyed good hea
until the last 30 years of his i
when he became subject to chroi
facial neuralgia, followed by an atta
of neuritis in 1924. lie undrew(
an operation and improved consid
ably until he was stricken.

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tack, but the President's recovery was
delayed for two weeks by it. His
present condition is outlined in the
following bulletin issued yesterday by
attendant physicians:
President Burton has been
showing signs of marked improve-
ment during the East week. For
the first time since his illness be-
gan he has been able to leave his
room. He is now able to be up
and about in a wheel chair. Should
we be guided by 1Vr. Purton's good
feelings and the inc-e',d -n-r'v
he shows we might permit him to
do more ,than he does.
Mrs. Burton intimated yesterday
that President Burton will spend some
time away from Ann Arbor when his
recovery has advanced far enough for
him to go. No plans have been made
I as yet, and no decision which would
lead to the application for the leave
of absence has been reached. It is
quite possible that a formal leave may
be granted by the Board of Recit's
to cover the period of the Presid ent's
convalescence.
Saturday was the first day on which
President Burton was able to leave
his bed in the ten weeks of his illness.
In a wheel chair he was moved from
the room which he has been occupy-
ing, and has enjoyed the slight diver-
sion every day since then.
During the weeks following the
mast critical stage in his illness Presi-
dent Burton has been keeping in con-
stant touch with world happenings
I and events on the campus. lIe has
seen no one except his bhysicians,
nurses, and members of his immediate
family. His older daughter, Mrs.
George R. Stewart, Jr., who was called
from her home in California at the

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nd
a
of
ved I
Ilth
nic
ick
ent
er-

country effectively in a major wart
emergency, Major General Caprick,
chief o the army air service today
told the special house aircraft in-c
vestigating comnittee.
Abor', 700 planes are needed, said
the gene-al, to bring the strength of
the service up to the present construe-
tion program, 2nd even with these in
comnmission, he thought, the strengthj
would not be equal to a struggle for
air supremacy under war conditions.
The U. S. at present, he testified,
has only 25 first class pursuit planes
and 91 first class bombers, and lacks
entirely first class observation planes,
ground attack pilanes, training and

ment, ail
political-
a paperc
of 1824."
TOIN

d Prof. E. S. Brown of the I for women in Wyoming came shortly
science department, who gave Iafter noon today when Mrs. -Nelly
on the "Presidential Election
Taylor Ross formally took over her
duties as governor of the state.

IER OF COMMERCE
NEAR TRADE HEA

mr:ugu ral ceremonies, short and
light in their simplicity, mnarked the
introduction into office as the firsti
woman governor of any common-
wealth in the United States.
Calling for "divine guidance" Mrs.

Yale Is Seventh

o m will Ibe givenI .space ,1 F4.J l4 To Totransport planes. As a result he said,
in the bulletin for the purposes of BelRemoves To Fall To Navy reliance must be placed to a great
ldngit was announced by the --- extent upon absolute obsolescent
secetary yesterday. Annapolis, Md., Jan. .5-Fresh from types, which, however, he described as
Brussels, Jan. 5.--New Belgian triumph over three leading teams of probably superior to anything which
Local Societies road traffic regulations which go into the Western Conference, Navy tackled foreigners can produce. "Technical-
S upplyJ Food For effect in February provide that a Yale on the basketball floor here to-- ly," he said, "we are at least abr ast
speed limit will no longer apply to (lay and won after a hard and cleanly with the rest of the world."
Stricken Birds motor-cars. Motorists merely must fought game, 28 to 22. -
In a effrt o cobatthe ata avoid driving in any fashionwhc The victory wa~s the sevenith straight LM T[' ME5 F
Imay endanger the rpublic and pedes- for the Navy this season.
effcts of the ice storm which has ' trians must get out of the way and.
eld sway in Michigan for the past allow cars to pass. Berlin Jan. 5.---The University of
________art ps__was_ Berlin, during the coming winter, will E rNRENCi
three weeks the Boy Scouts of Ann Washington, -Jan. 5.-An emerg- give a course of lectures on "The
Arbor, backed by the local Chamber distributting hun- ency deficiency bill carrying $157,- United States and Canada; their Posi-
m111,700 was reported today by the tion in World Economy and World Washington, D. C., Jan. 5-With
dreds of pounds of food for the birds house appropriations committee. Politics." the text of Minister Clementel's "per-
ini and around the city. Heckley But- sonal and unofficial" communication
er ' president of both the Chamber to Ambassador fl(,rick on the Frernch
and the Boy Scouts, recently issued a ill Laboratory For debt question filed for information
cill to the citizens of the town tocon- i with the deist funding commission,
tribute such food as they could in an R hetoric S u y NofSem ester ocials atWashington turned atten-
effort to save the birds and smaller !y py t m.
animals which, have been unable to itiontodayerincipally to the more de-
reach their normal supply of food. atfinite development affected with re-
More than 1,000 pounds of grain, Installation of equipment for the Modern Language association" Pro- lation to the status of the American
-suet, and scraps have already been new phonetic and rhetoric laboratory f fessor Morris said. "At this meet-!thatlsub gtinsthsrman k wh-n
received by the Chamber and turned i om 06o Alwhc aiatned aoti that subject comes up this week be-
e is taking place in room 2006 of Angell ! ing, which was attended by about fore the conference of allied finance
over to the scouts for distribution. hall, where apparatus for the use of seventy representatives of laboratory ministers in Paris.
continually being received it was thirty students will be ready by the phoneticians and practical linguists,
stated yesterday by P. P. Woodbridge, middle of the second semester, ac-1 chief interest was directed to the de-
staryofethed Chambe. h e , d- di of the I velopment of the laboratory technique M IKSO
secretaryb of the Chamber. Thefeed cording to Prof. A. R. Morris of the for research in teaching. Two sec-
ing will be continued until such tm htrc department. Tables havetistgthrdcddhath a-
as it is thought that the birds will be ealready been installed and chimo- oratory method was now established, ilSHi"
able to reach their natural food graphs have been ordered. The ap- I and were of the opinion that the ques-
sources. Iparatus being completed by Professor tI n was now one of securing a stand- --

Arthur . Gilman, chairman of the Ross, heavily swathed in mourning time of his
division of trade and industry of the for her husband, the late Governor return to 3
Toledo Chamber of Commerce, will G Wm. B. Ross, stepped into the place I on Thursd
speak at noon today in the Chamber made vacant 1y his death less than I university
of Commerec Inn on subjects related three months ego. iMr. Stewar
to organized industry. Mr. Gilman is Tears came to her eyes as acting- following t
regarded as an expert in the field of Governor Lucas, in a brief address, I
industrial organization, and it is ex- pledged to her the fullest co-opera- I
pected that he will spend some time tion of the state officials, called upon
a'ter his talk in organizing business, the electorate of Wyoming to stand EgI
professional, and industrial groups. solidly behind her and paid a glowing,
This is to be the first progrem of tribute to the virtues of her husband.
the year and appropriate enteria - -________
moent will be provided. Students in I On I
the University Chaber of Commerce 14,000 Cases
are invited to attend the meeting. Docket In Paris o e i
Docke hi a~rs i'of the Ame
open the d
Paris, Jan. 5.-The Paris Court of is being m
ENLS RA FAS Appeals has well over 14,000 cases on he address
its docket awaiting trial, and the prin- men at 7:
cipal provincinal courts of higher;in the Ar
FXEEO MILiON MA : jurisdiction are in much the same sit- have been

most critical illness, will
Berkeley with her husband
ay in order to reach the
of California in time for
rt to meet his classes there
he holiday vacation.
CHIEF TO OPEN
EORMEMBERSHIP
DeRyke. president of the
trict ofis c *-higau branch
erican Legion, will officially
rive for membership which
ade by the local post, when
es a meeting of ex-service
30 o'clock tomorrow night
,mory building. Invitations
mailed to 700 ex-service

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London, Jan. 5.--The number of
persons in Great Britain who have
taken out wireless receiving licenses
has passed the 1000,0000 mark, and is
growing steadily. It is estimated that
the actual number of listeners-in ex-
ceeds, 4,000,000.

uation. At the same time cases are men of Ann Arbor to listen to Mr.
added faster than old ones are de- DeRyke's address on "The Past Ac-
cided. complishments and Future Plans of
the State and District Headquarters
Washington, Jan. 5.-The supreme of the American Legion."
court today declared valid and con- Roscoe O. Bonisteel, commander of
stitutional the Kosher laws of New the Irwin Prieskorn local post will
York. talk on the plans of the local post

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for the future.
Speakership Race In House
Tightens Upon Eve Of Vote CARSE FIRE CASE
~STILL RMINS MYSTRY

LaningpJaPn. 5.-(By A.P.)-The

FRATERS
Ye Are Welcome
We receive you with open hearts
and sincerely hope that all our

Morris will also be placed in the new ard laboratory apparatus. Iowa, Utah, Washington, D.
laboratory and will probably bO ready Michigan, Columbia, Dartmouth, Tu- I President's agricu
at the end of the current school year. lane, and Hunter will all attempt, went to work today
Professor Morris returned Satutday with the aid of the Western Electric immediate relief m
from Washington, where he gave a company, to secure one uniform stock industry,
paper on the "Line Length of Free I method. 1 After spending t
Verse," before a section of the Amer- "All agreed," Professor Morris con- 1 the day arranging
ican Association for the Advancement tinued, "that rhetoric and literary change in views
TT.. ...:.i i~hn nF +'h <zn iircrri r. irn n VNI nn nii!" f" ri c~~i rhf l-An +tip

C ., Jan. 5.-Th
ultural commissio
y on its program fo
easures for the liv
the greater part o
g procedure and
the commission
n - ,1Pid .f t rm ir

race for the speaker's desk of the
house tightened as additional mem-
bers of the Igeislature arrived here
e today. Friends of Representative
n Fred B. Wells, of Cassopolis, still in-
e sisted that'after the first ballot or two
in the caucus scheduled for Tuesday
f night there will be a swing away from
a the other three candidates in his
n favor.
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port from some unpledged members. -i - -n-rar-.4-
In general discussion among the
20 or more houise members here Rep- Investigation of the fire which des-
resentative Wells and Watson appear- troyed the car barn of the Detroit
ed to be the favorites. It was claim-mUning,as ayeedialoye Froay
ed b thir ropnent, wo apea morning, has as yet disclosed no cause
ed by their proponents, who appear; for time blaze which did $10,000 damage
to be iii the majority among the
to the building and machinery. The
early eaprivsen that nthew isthlsho w ie started when the watchman
lot Rereetastiveging wil how stepped from the barn for five minutes
his greatest strength. He has 30 I and spread so rapidly that 'it could
Smembershwho indorsed him for the not be checked.
speakership during the 1923 session, A. H. Cady, or Ypsilanti, manager
tentatively pledged to vote for him on of i,-.AnnA.h.; 4li.

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