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ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1925

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WOLVERINES FACE
CHICAGO QUINTET
IN FINAL CONTEST'

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MAROON TEAM CONFIDENT
DUPLICATING FORMER
VICTORY
CHERRY WILL PLAY

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APPOINTS FECHET, ASSISTANT
CHIEF OF ARMY AIR SERVICE
Washington, 1iarcl(;.- (13y A. P.)- "l1C is a good m an. I shallabide by
1J1rig.-(leneral William Mitchell, cenu- the dlepar'tment's orders."
ter of the recent controversy over air Immediately after the nomination
had been announced earlier in the day,
power will be succeeded as assistant General Mitchell's office here made
chief of the army air service by Lieut. public a statement he had prepared
Colonel James E. Fechet on April 27, in advnceC, reiterating his position
when his term of office expires. The with respect to unified control of the
assignment annourc etd today and government's air services and other
points on which hie has been in open
bearing out expectations that such a disagreement with his superiors.
change would be effected, carried with The war secretary's statement an-j
it the ranks of ;Brig.-Gjneral and nouncing that he had recommended
General Mitchell will revert to his Lieut.-Colonel Fechet for the appoint-
own rank of colonel after that date. ment to the President, which was re-
Commenting on the aippointment at garded as practically the same thing
Norfolk, Virginia, where he had gone as an actual order of a assignment al-E
to witness an anti-aircraft gun dem- though Senate confirmation is requir-
onstration near Fort Monroe arranged ed, made no other comments regarding
by the war department as an out- the change beyond saying that Gen-
growth of the aircraft controversy eral Mitchell's future assignment had
General Mitchell asserted: .not been determined.

STUDINT COUNCIL
ANNOUNCES DATES
OF- SPRIIN EVENTS
cti't13IIl'E E SET'.N1I A V 15 FOR I
CELEBRATION OF
CAP NIHT
SWING OUT MAY 7
Annual (iaaes Between Freshmnen And
Sophomores IVill Ie Held
May 8 And 9
Dates for the campus spring events
were announced last night by Robert
Hummer, '25, chairman of the Stu-
dent council spring events committee
and of the Cap Night committee. Cap
night is scheduled for May 15, Cane
Day for May 3, Swing Out for May 7,
and the Spring Games for May 8 and
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DEMORATSPLAC FUL SLAE
INNOMINATION: OLY IE
KEYNOTE SPEECHAT CO ICLAVE
HOLBROOK ENTERS STATE SUPREME COURT
CON TEST; WOMAN GRADUATE SEEKS
REGENT'S POSITION
Michigan Democrats placed in nomination a full slate for the spring
election at the meeting held yesterday afternoon at the Masonic Temple.
Although certain defeat at the hands of the "Groesbeck one-man political
machine" was resignedly predicted by all, nine men andwomen were nam-
ed by the more than two hundred delegates from the thirteen Michigan
districts to represent the party.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the engineering college, following the
opening address by Horatio J. Abbott of Ann Arbor, chairman of the state
central committee, yesterday morning delivered the keynote speech in his
post as temporary chap man. He predicted a resurrection of the party in

Regular Squad Ileternifned To Remain
Among First Five in Big
Ten Standing
Michigan's 1925 basketball seasonI
will close tonight when the Wolver-
ines meet Chicago in the field house.
Standing fifth in the Conference
race prior to tonight's game, Coachl
bNather's team will make a valiant1
attempt to definitely take the position
for its own. . The Maroons with only
one victory in the Conference this
season will be playing next to the
last game of its schedule with a de-l
termination to finish the season in
a creditable manner. The fact that

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REPUBLICANS BEGIN
ORGANIZING SENATE
Command Strong Working Ifinjority
For First Time itTwvo
Years

EXPECT A9PPROA
OF APPOINTMENT
Nomination of Senator lVarren Will
Be Caled up in Senate
TodayI

Dam Mortimer E. Cooley
The head of the Colleges of Engin-
eering and Architecture, who opposed
Sen. James Couzens of Detroit for thatI
post at the fall election, yesterday de-
livered the keynote address at the
annumal state Democratic convention

Chicago's lone victory of the season
came at the expense of the Michigan; ELECT NEW OFFICERS
squad a month ago at the Midway will - -
give the Wolverines an added incen- Washington, March 6.-(By A. 1.)-
tive to win tonight's contest. The Republicans, commanding a
?1 ay Play iPurdue working majority in the Senate forj
A possibility of another contest for
the Michigan team lies in the fact the first time in two years, proceededc
that the Purdue game, scheduled for today to organize that body with pre-
two weeks ago tonight was indefinitely cision and dispatch.t
postponed because of President Bur- They were given the support of
tons death, and may be rescheduled. three of the four senators whom they
At present Coach Mather has not been
able to make arrangements for the had dismissed from their consulta-
playing off of the contest and it may tions, and had only nominal opposi-t
be definitely cancelled. tion from the Democrats, who, in aI
Michigan will be able to put its conference earlier in the day decidedt
first five into the game tonight withahb-(
the recovery of Red Cherry from the ainst thact mployment of any ob
heel injury which has kept him out Although action on the assignment
of tde last two contests. of senators to the standing commit-I

ANTICIPATE OPPOSITION
Washington, March G.--(1;y A. P.)-
Indorsed for the second time by the
judiciary committee, the nomination
of Charles B. Warren of Michigan, to
be attorney general will be called up
today in the Senate with every pros-
pect that it will be confirmed after
some debate.
The first move of opponents will be
to force consideration in open execu-
tive session but they were dubious
tonight of success. The Republicans
in conference today voted, 28-11,
against such a departure from estab-
lished Senate rules. A two-thirds ma-I

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The Studenit council is now at work h (eldl in the Masonic Temple. He acted
devising the program for Cap Night as temporary chairman.
on Thursday, May 15. ''his night is
thle technical close of the periodl of
probation for tie first yeam n. Tiie s T
event is always considered Of premiier
importance to the freshman.
The committee is at present iiego
tiating to secure speakers for the
wvent. Although at the present date r0 U O E
no definite information has been giv-
en out, it can be assured that a speak- T
er of national prominence will ad- Hope To Ohtain Sufficient Funds For
dress the gathering as well as promi- Entire Expenses Of
nent students and faculty members. Current Year
Choose Canes
Sunday, May 3, has been set aside BAND SELLS TICKETS
four Cane Day. It is on this date that -
the members of the senior class first I Contract for the decorations at the
appear on the campus carrying walk- autoiobile show, to be held March
ing sticks. This tradition was officially
begun by the class of '22, although 11 to 14 at Yost field house for the
it has been customary for seniors, in benefit of the University band, was
previous years to carry canes in the recently let to the George P. Johnson
spring. In the spring of '22, how- Flag and Decorating company of De-
ever, a definite date was set for the
class as a whole to make their first troit.
appearance with canes. has superintended the work of decor-
The various senior classes in the ating the gymnasium for tile J-Hop
university are rapidly completing arduring the last two years.
rangements for the securing of the dur elstftwoyear.
nagennt heIA 1!arg! soft c"olored drop of vari-

Herriot Faces
Political Crisis
In PactDecision
Paris, March 6.-(By A. P.).-Pre-
mier Herriot was regarded in politi-
cal circles here tonight as confronting
the most difficult crisis of his career
as head of the government. He is
facing the important question of a se-
curity pact and the entire nation is
watching him closely to see what he
will do with it.
Foreign Minister Skrzynsky, of Po-
land, in a long talk with the premier1
this afternoon, said that Poland would
not consent to a revision of the treaty
of Versailles. In addition, Foreign-
I Secretary Chamberlain of Great Bri-
tian, who arrived here this afternoon
on his way to Geneva, and with whom
Premier Herriot dined this evening,
presented another problem.
It is assumed, from his remarks in
the House of Commons, that Mr.
Chamberlain will advocate a favorable
lact which will expressly exclude tihe

Michigan, declaring that they were not
"dead," as claimed by opponents.
He definitely hit the speeches by two
died-in-the-wool party men at the
banquet which preceded the conven-
tion, Thursday night at the Union,
when bombast and care-worn epithets
of condemnation were indiscriminately
hurled on the heads of the opposing
party. Dean Cooley said: "Political
parties have argued their claim for
preference in the language of lauda-
tion for one and blame for the other.
This method of campaigning gets no-
where. Many who are well qualified
keep out of politics because of this
mud-slinging."
Continuing, lie urged that cool calm
debate feature political contests with-
out the "heaping of maledictions on
the head of one's opponents." He then
came out in favor of the convention's
adoption of a different platformthan
its usual combination of "dog-eared
planks."
Woman Named for Regents
The effect of Dean Cooley's speech
was seen during the afternoon session
when the customary series of addres-
ses in denunciation of everyone and
everything un-Democratic was largely
curtailed, while the report of the reo-
olutions committee was declared by
all to be unusually calm and sub-
dued.

.Captain Haggerty who was badly in- tees went over until tomorrow, jority, would be necessary to open the
jured in the last game with Chicago through an agreement between the doors.
will be in the game at one forward Republicans and Democrats, Senate Called in special session, the ju-c
with Eddie Chambers, regular thru- approval was given to a resolution diciary committee today ordered a fav-r
out the season, at the other forward creating an extra place on each of orable report on the nomination, whichC
position. Landre or Line will play # eight committees so that a regular was resubmitted to the Senate yester-0
number five man on the squad with Republican can be appointed to the day by President Coolidge. Only one1
Dick Doyle and Red Cherry taking places made vacant by the removal of Democrat, Overman, of North Caro-1
care of the two guard posts. the insurgent from their present com- lina, was present and as on the pre-r
Jinx Hits Squad I mittee ranks. vious occasion, he voted for a favor-
As a result of the recovery of Cher- Opposition to the, enlargement of; able report.
ry from the injury which has been { the committees was voiced by Senator This report was submitted to thec
handicapping him the Michigan squad Norris, Republican, Nebraska, and Senate later in executive session.
will be in the best condition when it there is prospects that the determina- Chairman Cummins asked unanimous
takes the floor tonight. A number of tion of the majority organization to consent that the nomination be madey
injuries have handicapped the squad remove Senators La Follette, Wiscon- tIe unfinished business of the Senate,
since the first weeks of practice, and sin, and Ladd, North Dakota, from and that it be held on the calendar
tIe record made by the team during their committee chairmanships and without interruption until disposed of,
the course of the season is good Senators Frazier and Brookhart from Senator Reed. Democrat. Missouri,.
enough considering the jinx which has their committee rank will become the W rDemorat, Montana, and,
been hounding it. Last year it was subject of some debate. others opposing confirmation said they
the ineligibility of Cherry at the be- Administration leaders say, and had no intention of unnecessarily de-
ginning of the second semester which those in opposition agree, that the laying action, and as a result the re- -
cut short all hopes of a championship program will go through, since the layin a s a r
xindhad hisquest was withndrawn.
and had this year's squad been free Democrats have no desire that the Until the Senate acts, PresidentI
from the other difficulty it might be question of committee chairmanships Coolid d d
much closer to the head of the Big shall become the subject of separate White H wis ae o yfrthi
'en. votes in the Senate, as was done two i ouse,twill make nof er
The Chicago lineup will pr~bably years ago, when a Democrat, Smith, oal jutgenhips as hevacaniesto have
be practically the same which admin- South Carolina, finally was made the benefit of the recommendation of
istered Michigan a 20-19 defeat at tie chairman of the powerful interstate his attorney-general before submitt-
Midway February 7. Alyea, lak commerce comimittee.
denter, who became eligible just i In reorganizing the Senate the Re- ing such nominations to tie Senate.
time to help down the Wolverines publicans elected Senator Moses, New,
will again play at thre pivot position. amsilredntr-tpreo
wh.wasnote a cadidt.eorge A.toLINI S DEFAT PUDU
ordon and Abbott are scheduled to succeed Senator Cummins of Iowa,
start at the forward positions, while who was not a candidate. George A.
Weiss and Barned wlil probably fill Sanderson was re-elected secretary N
tie guard jobs. and David S. Barry sergeant-at-arms.
regularly sice the start of the seconl Urbana, Mar -Illinois kept
semester and although' the combina-iRINighting and shooting baskets ccur-
tion has been defeated regularly it L ULI ILIUUIIU fgrtn n hoigbsesacr
has beenm wor'king hard lately and is rnfhIf~ I~lrtlr lately to defeat Purdue 37-27 in the
confident of handing the more suc- nFLLOW II W0 1\last hoime game for the Illimi this
cessful Michigan squad another set season. Unlike the game at Lafay-
back. --, lil teBieraeswo 4
Lansing, March 6.--The state legis- ette, which' the Boilermakers won 34-
London, March 6. - James Ward, lature met in brief session this morn- 18,rlimois found the basket oftener.
professor of mental philosophy at ing, discussed and advanced a few nois scoring ace. t
Cambridge University, is dead at 82. ( bills to their third reading and ad- Stradling and larureson, Purdue!
journed for over the week-end ap- forwards, scored four baskets each.
prrently well satisfied with their Spradling dropped in 3 free throws
0uzr e aXJ+1el' £M a I Iwe'Wo. also while, Haruresoni added 1 poinrt
____ek's work. after a foul.
Both leaders in tie house and Sen-j

canes. The educational sclool has w bIhater'sy i isron uerpwipi tPol dr d At the afternoon session, following
already chosen its cane and it is ex- oun-security it is supposed;to provide, the reception and adoption of the re-
pected that the other schools and col- tire lower part of the walls inside the Secretary Chamberlain, in th'e opinion parts of the committees on credentials,
leges will makc their choices in the field house. The overhead work will of the Paris press, isgoing to Gene- oresolutions and permanent organiza-
near future. be in the flagmotif. The iron beams va to give his finishing blow to he tion, nominations were declared in or-
Seirfil n(;i dGab "League protocol which was M. THer- ionenomintionspereaetcar nr
Seniwrs Will [Nn Offici'(a10. Will be covered with streamers of the ro'gre strope. I der by the permanent chairman,
Swing-Out, the day when the senior Iriot'sgreatestope.
class first comes out attired in caps national colors, while in the center Minister Skryzynsky it is understood For the first time in the history of
and gowns has been scheduled for will be a dome formed of all the flags told the premier in their interview the state, a woman was nominated for
Thursday, May 7. Fromi this time of the nations of the world. that Poland relied on the League's the Board of Regents of the Univer-
several days oach week are ahloted The band has its own organization plan for her security, and that a e~ sity. Following tie withdrawal of
for the seniors to don the official garb. and will have complete charge of sell- I curity guaranteed by all the nations William Comstock of Detroit, Dr.
Swing-Out is always accompanied ing and collecting of the tickets. Tick- is the only one on which that country 1 Mary T. Hinsdale, '90' of Grand Rap-
by impressive ceremonies. A senior ets will sell for fifty cents and the can rely. 'ids was nominated by the convention.
parade is held and addresses by fa- entire proceeds of the show will go Her running-mate on 'the ticket will
culty members are made. The tra- to the support of the band. All of be Gilbert M. Stark of Saginaw. Two
dition is of old origin and signifies the expenses such as decorations and uti:yyWHILERS Regents are to be elected this spring
the beginning of the end of the sen- publicity will be paid by the Ann Ar- to fill the expiring terms of Regent
s'br Automobile Dealers association 81 William L. Clements and Regent
ior's s a e aret under whose auspices the show is be- s aRK O James O. Murfin who will retire from
Trhe Spring Glames are to b)e lel~lId erwoeasie h hwi e LL~i iI~~~
on Friday and Saturday, May 8 and ing given. office Dec. 31, 1925. Both are expected
SThis aniual contesty between the It is moped that sufficient money will to run for re-election.
freshmian aw sophomore classes he secured to pay all the expenses of Michigan's wrestling team closed Prof. Evans Holbrook of the Law
m ofks wr sn scedls r the. htite band for the current year, in order their 1925 season by taking a 24-2 de- school was selected by the convention
A tug of war is scheduled for te thtdiywill ot ecessary tobl feat at the hands of the strong Indi- as one oftthe two nominees for justice
opening clay andI othrer gaie andl tag dlays and solicit aid from rthre Ann ntemiaduletlstigtnofhetteupmecrteohr
p events are eld tie following day at Arbor marchants, who have always ana team in a dual meet last night in man named being former Judge Pa-
ferets ryf held h wg y been very generous in their support Yost field house. The Hoosiers gained trick H1. O'Brien of Detroit. Prof.
Ferry fie of the band. Robert A. Campbell, four falls and two decisions, while the Marvin S. Pittman of the Michigan
treasurer of the University and com- 'Wolverines won a decision in the fly- I State Normal school at Ypsilanti is
JECT 1 IIIlrLI IL1 i oily called the "father of the band" weight class, the Democratic aspirant for the post
IN 9 N MS I SUBrrwa s time originator of this method of i RussellaBaker, '27, remained unde- hof superintendent of puic instruc-
financing the ljniversity's largest I feated in the 115 pound class by win- tion. His nomination was confirmed
musical organization. i ning a decision over Eberhardt, the at the meeting yesterday,
OFTwenty-six booths will display au- j seedy Indiana flyweight. Baker has Halstead in Race
tom.obiles and accessories, the cars won all six of his matches this season Two names were placed in the run-
indian Mtu.sic"' will be the. subj ,ct; ai fromntimhe familiar Ford road- on decisions. ning for the state board of agriculture
iah lecture-recital whic will be sterInto machines valued at $7,000. The Captain Karbel, of Michigan, lost by tie convention, Benjamin H. Hal-
given Sunday afternoontAarCh 81 t balance of the room will be occupied a close match in the bantamweight stead, '00L, of Petoskey and Mrs. Min-
g: ococndy i , ar b F bout, losing on 1:35 seconds time ad- inie.Kaltenhrun of St. Joseph being
Ciales Sanford~ Skiltoni, pianis Coimm- Iizquiment 50otdrat time entire ground vantage in an overtime match.noiae.MsF.3.GRynfMt
p iredbyE ar atn ara l t i execae Goldstein, tie Michigan heavy- Pheasant hadMher name placed before
Ksur, vssiistd by the! rar cul" that thle show will ie the third larg- weight, was thrown by Fisher, the the convention and approved as the
Kurtz,violinistin regular c t in tihe state, being exceeded only Hoosier sensation, in 2 minutes i8 nominee for the state board of educa-
ty conicert siprof by the- automobile show3 at Detroit seconds. tion.
Mr. Skilton is ps, fanthorn of organ, ad Grand-scapidonsOne of the surprises of the gather-
iistory of msic, and theory n te aing came when Henry McCarty .of
University of Kansas, and for 12 years --- Rifle And Pistol Fremont was called to the nomination
served as the Dean of the Schol of Cl bIdfor hy
FieAt"H sas elkon£flIATf~A 'O ~ nzd o the post of state highway commis-
FieAt.H salowlL~o n UNT IIVIIIL M ULTIJ IClub g nie sioner.Ile ranm uncontested in the
throughout the country for his or - 1 1meeting.
chesra works, and his "War Dance iIDevotees of the rifle and pistol, who Another upset came when Mr. Com-
based on Indian mnelodies and danceUwant a chance to practice, and those stock, for a year and a half a member
rImytliums, which will be included in the who wish instruction in the use of of the Board of Regents under Gov.
young peole's concert to hbelpresenrtedIWodrgeNFrisamnstto,
I Mrm~ay Mach G.iiilul ai(It~'iui1 Several nidrmlnem's of the education thmese armms, may do so by joining theWodrdeNFri'amnstto,
The Columbia, Edison, Victor and Pa I faculty were honored last weekdat thes University of Michigan rifle and pist was again no n te by t elegae
Ite ponrah cian ict and toren-club which was organized last week. I1for that post. He withdrew in favor
the phonograph copanies and Duo-m A petition will be sent to the Na- ; of Dr. Hinsdale, saying he considered
.Ar t piano itohavei made iorecordings ofIfrselincnctowthheg-
Mr. Siltomh'vcmaio crral sesions of time national education- 'tional Rifle association asking for ' that women should have at least one
Mr. kilon' copostios. ralsesion ofthe atinaleduatin 1 - d le oftheposition on the board in view of the
The first part of .is recital will cOI association in Cincinnati. Miss Mar- membershln, and privilges of the im oe
sishe irs part of ltial reiCas the garet Cameron, secretary of tme bur- association. Captain George W. large number of co-educational stu-
cans of appointents was made p Dunn, of the R. O. T. C., who is or- dents on the Unversity campus.
Indiaiis actually treat them, and then dent of theinational society of bur- ganizing the club, wvill have charge of During the afternoon session tele-
he will show how they have been usedd ont nt scies at its the instruction. grams were also read from Senator
by various American composers. The eau os Ferris and Mr. O'Brien stating their
1 complete program will be announced meeting which followed that of the regret at their absence and urging
- tomorrow in the Music and Drama larger organization. Havana, Mar. 6.-Gen. John J. Per- the party to continue to maintain its
- column. S. A. Courtis, lecturer in education, shing was still in bed early today' political standards. Mr. Abbott, who
As usual with all faculty concerts, was elected secretary and treasurer of but tomorrow he plans to visit Presi- had opened the morning session, was
no admission will be charged and the the society of college teachers of ed- dent Zayas. then re-elected to his present post of
o general public, with the exception of ucation. Prof. Raleigh Schorling, chairman of the state committee and
I cYA m .,,,,..,;i ,- r-i n,'lnroinn of the iniversity high I thro momhner from oah of the thir-

--reports that it brill1
ably followed by
to fresh northwest

ate were agreed that today's adjourn-
monet completed the most active week
of the present session, during which
the most important bills on the file
, ~were considered in committees or ap-
proved by one house or the other.
Passage of the two road program
I ibills, the Ming measure by the House
be colder, rob- and the Atwood bill by the Senate and
prob- the rushing forward of the mass of
snort , iodera. appropriation bills, were pointed to
to nothiw~i~itls. as evidence of the intention of the
legislature to reach an early adjourn-
mnent.
Debate on the McEachron capital
NESS punishment bill was side stepped in
the House when a motion making it
_a special order for Thursday after-

iPLA [CE REMAINING FROLIC
T19KETS ON SAE 1T091
Eighteen tickets to the Frosh Frolic
are still available and will be placed
on sale from 10 to 12 o'clock this
morning at the Union. These are the
only tickets remaining for the annual
dance of the Freshmen, it was an-
nounmced by the chairman of the com
mittee in charge of tickets.
Cheyenne, Wyo., March 6.-Steps t

CLEARY

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