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VOL. XXXV. No. 95






M a ,s n. W is., F e . 0.-_ ~
) J c y n o t al c ahat the University of W isconsin
U'Ia iticinhs encn for the past two years today 1 1
PROGRAM CHANE D i~d disinctiohas b eeHONORS-ASEMBLYhne ~io~'0ienG E O S N T
i avn isofiia rgnstM. O OR L4.OG ferred upon the University of Michigan handed hs resignation o the 4i
in hvingits ffiial rganst, r. thletic authorities of the insti-
Palmer Christian, chosen to represent tution.
ETIIERIDGE, '25 AND ROESSER, the field of American organists at a 6 1OTHER OF i EAN CABOT TO "I did not stipulate any date N RECORD OF VOTE IS TAKEN
'25, WILL SPEAK TO concert to be presented this evening SPEA AT CONVOCATION J the resignatio is to become ef- AS DEBATE IS CUT TO
DELEGATES at 8:30 o'clock in the Wanamaker au- APRIL 21. fective," Ryan said, "and I made TW, ) IURS.
ditorium, New York city. The new or- I---it as brief as possible." Action
LASTS THREE DAYS gan recently installed in this store, NOTED SCIENTIST on the resignation must now OPPOSITION WEAK
the New York Philharmonic orches- come from the athletic author-
tra, Henry Itadley conducting, and ities here.
Signan Delta Chi Committees To Care i four soloists of international repute Seniors Excelling In Scholarship Ryan said he was sorry to Kelley Measure Would Raise $61,900,-
For Iigh School Editors will participate in this unique event. Will He Honored in Second leave the institution but felt his Ot0 In Revenue Double That
And Advisors. Mr. Christian will present the organ ,Annual Assembly resignation the only course left of Senate Bill
concerto written by Mr. Erid Dela- - ~open to him.
Two changes have been made in marter which was performed it the Dr. Richard Cabot, brother of Dean Washington, Feb. 10 (by A. P.)
the program for the fourth annual last May Festival. epresentig teh( ugh Cabot of eli medcal school, was_ Without a record vote the House today
Italians, E7nrico Bpssi, the well known I elected to (ICliver the chief address r nm rn r asdteKle otlpyadrt
Michigan Interscholastic Press con- organist and composer, will play one at the annual IHonors convocation, sKs
ference which is being held here to- of his own works. Charles Courboin the date for which was set for Friday, increase bill and sent it to the Sen-
morrow, Friday and Saturday under the Belgian organist, who has toured' April 24, by the Senate council at ate, which alead hasassed a some-
the direction of Sigma Delta Chi, na- te .he country freqtuentlyoandhistheo meeting Monday night. The sub- rwhat similarmeasure only to have it
tional professional journalistic fra- ficial play a to bM Bakl ject of the address will be announced Nurned back by the House as Infring-
ternity, it was announced yesterday l yorganist of the WanaMakerastor later. n on its exclusive prerogative t
by the committee In charge. an American, while Mr. Marcel Dupre )r. Cabot is one of the outstanding LoIgmate revenue producing legisla-
William B. Etheridge, '25, managing former organist of Notre Dame, Paris, figures i the medical world at a t
editor of the Michiganensian and for- Ye present time, and is, fn addition a Source of Strychne Capsules 3till Brought up under a special rule
mer football manager, will speak at ii represent the French by playingthiiosopher and author of some noteA A Mystery-Small Progres which limited debate to less than two
the annual banquet Friday night at a concerto of his own composition. hIlwsone t H Reported hours, barred amendments from the
the'Unon n lac ofOto Hnsof In order that a larger public than lewscnetdwt ohteHr
the Union in place of Otto Hans, of can be crowded into the limited space vard Modical school and the philoso- !---- floor and required two thirds major-
the Ann Arbor Press. Etheridge will of the Wanamaker auditorium mayfhylepartmient of larvard university H EA RINGS TO. CONTINUE ity for passage the measure was ap-
.talk mainly on football and the Michi- for a number of years. He has also proved in about two hours without a
gan eleven last fall, while the other ea t r aa e nt had extensive experience with reform record vote. It would raise $61,000,-
s ak r o th ev n n wil b Do a djbeen m ade to broadcast the concert, h d e t n i e e p ri n e w t e o m Co lniubs , Ohio, Feb. 10. (By A. .) 000 in revenue, about twice as m uch
peaker of the evening will be Donald over the radifro tat KD and corrective schools for both boys_,,. i00 mhrereleaeabtutthwscaftsrnooh
H1 Haies of the journalism depart-ove Ptheri fm aon s (KA ss-With the release late this afternoon as th Senate bill, and falls short by
ent. Herbert Steger, '25, football (New During the war, Dr. Cabot was a of Louis Fish, 19 years old, of Canton only $7,000,000 of the sum estimated
captain was also invited to speak but York.) major and later a lieutenant-colonel, Ohio, a student at the Ohio State Uni- to be required to meet postal em-
will be out of town. in the United Sates Medical corps, versity, city prosecutor, John J. Ches- poyees salary raises which it would
William Roesser, '25, business mana- having served in France for two years. ter, investigating the mysterious death make available from January 1, 1925.
ger of The Daily, will address the g his recent books are "Social Only a few scattering "noes" opposed
delegates Friday afternoon on the sub- Aong "s end re ocia of two university students by strych its passage, although 97 members had
jest "Business Organization," taking lPhysician," "Laymen's Tandbook ofa nmine poisonmg announced that Fish voted against th-e method of bringing
the place of L. Beaumont Parks, '26L IIMedicno," and "What Men Live By." was not implicated in the affair and it up, while 245 favored it. As in the
In addition the Friday afternoon pro- IUThe Honors convocation this year that he had been the victim of unfor- bill passed by the Senate, the late
gram will give an opportunity to the will be essentially the same as that tunate circumstances. section is intended to remain in force
faculty advisors of the different high .. ,last May, when it was inaugurated, and Fish admitted to authorities last only long enough for Congress to act I
school papers to discuss the topic, Last Drive for Subscriptions for 19" at which time Pres. Marion L. Burton night that tie had entered the Univer- on recommendations to be made by
"Where the Advisor Comes In." Year Book Starts Today, lelivered the address, speaking on sity dispensary without authority and a joint congressional committee which
Besides many talks by prominent Ends Friday "The Brain Worker." obtained capusles supposedly contain- is auhorized to study the whole post-
campus journalists, both student and I Participating in the convocation ing quinine for his friend, David Puk- al ra e structure with a view to per-
professional, separate round table dis- PLAN NEW TYPE COVER will he those students who are rated sin in an effort to save him a few imanent revision.
cmssions will be led by students. In _nntong lhe highest 10 percent, scholas- cents by not getting tihem through Rep. Moore, Republican, Ohio, who
thils way problems theceraigtindsr
Bgnsgtiyonrat8omskof certain kinds tichly, of all the senior classes, stu- the regular channels. Puskin died reported the bill, emphasised that the
which are peculiar to any particular eginning this morning at 8 o'cloc Idents who have achieved some schol- m strychinine poisoning. right of free distribution of newspap-
publication, or class of publication a final drive will be made for subscrip- I astic award or distinction, and me-I Authorities are satisfied that Fish ers and publications in the countries
obtaie~l he c~isles from the bottle in which they are printed and publish-
will be touched to better advantage. tions to the 1925 Michiganensian. hers of honorary scholastic societies.ostained the capsin oth bte inotiture byite bl
These conferences, the first of which Tables will be placed in Angell hall The names of the honor societies will supposed to contain nothing but ed is ot disturbed by the bill
was held in 1922, are sponsored by and in the 'ibrarwhe follow the students names, in paren- wumte and that he had nothing to do
Sigma Delta Chi to promote state high y re cash pay- thisis, in the programwith te strychnine capsules which
school journalism and to aid the edi- ments will be received and also signed T1 convocation last year was the are believed to have been put in the 1
tors through the state in every way pledges taken. The campaign will end first. to honor those students who ex- Ottles. casle amLU
Homhesrchie ini
possible. at 4:30 o'clock Friday. !celled in scholarship, and because it tbe inthe qruinine capsules aill cam
The committee in charge of the No payments will be receivedl after was felt in many quarters that this mystery. Halfiadozen students who U,
meting this week is headed by Carl February 15, either for new subscrip- ceremony filled a much needed want, had prescriptions for quinine obtained I
Ohlmacher, '25, general chairman. Fit was decided by University admiis- at t le that t
Assisting him are six other commit- tions or hor fulfillment of pledgesCbytm e e n a lstrh ne cars H. Huls of Loin w Plans have been drawn and work
tees. The housing arrangements are signed during the fall campaign. This lion an annual affair. gan, Ohio was the other student to will soon start on construction of the
under the direction of William Stone- date has been set to insure the a)- At this convocation, the honor stu- die from the effects of the poiso platform stage in Hill auditorium for
man, '25, assisted by Manning House- Pearance of the 'Ensian on the cam- dents and members of the faculty, in Four were taken seriously ill. use during the May Festival.
worth, '26, Calvin Patterson, '27, pts about May 1. Every precaution academic robes, gathered in front of Prosecutor Chester said authorities IThe new stage, designed by W. A.
Willard Crosby, '27, Elsa Ohlimacher, is being taken to prevent a repetition Alumni Memorial hall, from which had one oi' two other students to Davenport, engineer of the Buildings
'26 and Elizabeth Kennedy, '27. of late distribution due to tardy copy place they proceeded to 1h auditor- question tomorrow. Should they fail and grounds department, will be part
Pn the program committee are Ohl- and payments as in the past. ium. The same plan will probably be Ito throw any light upon the mystern i steel in construction, and patterned
macher, David Bramble, '25, president Announcement has been made that followed this year. he admitted that he did no know what after the Chicago Orchestra Hall stage.
of Sigma Delta CMI and Paul Einstein, isa new cover copied after the type of 1e st anding committee of the Sen- steps would be taken next. The staging used in former years
'25. The banquet committee consists binding used on books of the fifteen- atn councH in charge of the Honors Announcement earlier in the (day extended 11 feet in front of the Hill
of Ronald Halgrim, '25 and Edward th century will be used on this year's convocation is nade up of Dean Cabot, that another student might be taken auditorium stage, and as a result ar-
Higgins, '25, while the reception work 'Ensian. A feature view section in chairman, Assistant Dean W. R. Hum- into custody late today failed to ma- tists were brought so far to the front
is to be handled by Alber Koepcke, colors consisting of nearly 30 pages phreys of the literary college and J, teralize and there was every indica. that many in the balconies were un-!
'25, and Robert Mansfield, '26. Print- will also be included. A. Bursley, dean of students. tion tonight that no such action would able to see. The new staging will ex-1
ing is in the hands of Edward Mack, An innovation in the sport section be taken. tend but three feet, allowing use of
'26, while Prof. E. G. Burrows of the this year will be a picture taken of Dr. H. H. Goddard, an authority on four of the first five rows of seats
journalism department is acting as the captains of the four major sports i riiiirp IU EXLIBIabnormal psychology, has been called j which fomerly were entirely covered
general advisor. beside the "M" rock. Both still and -E 1U1i iLJ U L, IUII in on the case by Prosecutor Chester by the staging. A chorus of 300 will
Each high school in the state which i action pictures have been taken of n in SHOWNi * flIand attended all of the hearings this be accommodated. The arrangement
is a member of the Press association the coaches. Each football game will iIIafternoon at which Fish and other stu- of both the chorus and orchestra will
,is entitled to send two representatives have a full page devoted to it, and the! UU i LIUULI!IIU dents as well as several instructors in also be better on the new stage, it is
and a faculty advisor to the confer- baseball games, basketball games, and the pharmacy college were questioned. believed.
once. Others may also attend, so that track meets will be arranged in series Wr n by students in te Col- -
the total number of delegates is ex- with the games played with each uni-, lege of Architecture is now being cmr-,
pected to reach the 150 mark. versity divided into a separate group (ulated for exhibition throughout
The athletic section will include a ful rchit etyural schools in England, be- L
pagepictueofCat1nSegerh int show:n principally at London andP
C amaus Revels In wastaken during the Illinois gameA A inburg.ItwasAirstshownatthe}
Pressed Clothing new feature consisting of a compasr E s iationa ogrson Arch
sion of the first records made at the ' BtrlinlFdctim.-l yiAodn)-D__
! t August. IBerlin, Feb. 10.-(By A. .-D. Prof. J. B. Edmonson, state nsec.
University a n dthe present records Wllilm Arx fo 13mo.hs-ho- Po.J .Emnosaeise
Pressed clothing is growing in Uiverai and h the set io d| The College of Archtecture has been Wilhelm Marx for 13 months Cham~ ter of high schools, has prepared a re-
favor with students according to akd sen this same exhibition to s port of selected information from the
ofcenn n rsig The advertisinig sction will have az, his recent duel with Gustav Strese- ..
managers of cleaning and pressing nubroffl erln, where thee will be an Amer- ,. 122 largest high schools in the state '
managrs i An Arbr. number of full page advertisements n Arnitecr E hibi1)on Ai yone of the outstanding political ari s hig hos in the
shops in Ann Arbor. !. .,~~ can -Arcimiecturaih Exhibition lin May. ' ahi ~and is sbmittting his results to them.

One shop reported last week's busi- *our cUIUIs, ULI 1rater ptrdCU The Berlin exhibit is to consist of eaers in the heischsta, was t Statistics covering junior and high
r sthroughout the section will he action "wlcd isdayenoPuI sd
ness the largest since they opened rt work distinctively modern in charac- elected Minister Presiden of rPrussi school organization together with per-1
shop. The J-Hop is largely blamed. ter. Prussian diet, permitted his name to entages of pupils taking academic
-_-_Three years ago a similar exhibit of Prs et, p emiesh a and vocational courses have been1
rIrR nP nPbe presented for the premiership al-isumrzd"ecndvlo etsn1I
Hwork doneb y students in Michigan though the party lineup which sup sumaized; recent developments in
W, "re1ether Un I LIL Dl LELL V w's shown in the principal cities of tough the imaeupawhic toda) the field are also noted.
ut 1' Am capter the Pan-Atmee- dsrt him on the final ballot today High schools reported upon are
can congress of Architects,s athe that which suffered de- I members of the North Central associa-
WILL IIHE~lVIEVY ~LNIUI1~ m2 ~ which' was . feat when the diet recently failed to Ito n aea noleto 385
- M ----- - give Premier Braun a sufficient mIa pproximately one-half of the state
jority to warrant his continuance in igh school population. Of the 122
Senior busminess admimnistration stn- nn rmn f nr rennhoffice Ihioopuao, t

Objective For
New Telescope
Arrives Her
The 27-inch objective, designed fo
the Lamont telescope, to be used i
south Africa, has been received at th
University Observatory from the J. E
McDowell Company of Pittsburgh, ac
:ording to Prof. W. J. Hussey, direct
or. This objective was ordered i
1914 and was specially made in Ger
The telescope will not be ready fo
some time, although all the majoi
parts have now been received. It will
be assembled and tested here before
being shipped to the new University
I station at Bloemfontein, South Africa
where it will be used for study of
the stars of the southern hemisphere.
The lens have a 27-inch aperture,
and are the fourth largest of the re-
fracting type in the United States.
The time required to obtain these lens,
eleven years, is due to the difficulty
of obtaining glass of sufficient per-
fection to be used. These lens were
tested and pronounced satisfactory
oy Professor Hussey during the
Christmas vacation.
Noted American Contralto Will Give
Final Number on Choral
Union Series.
Sophie Breslau, the distinugished
contralto, will appear in recital Fri-
day evening, February 13, in Hill
auditorium as the final number of
the Choral Union series under the
auspices of the University school of
Music. Miss Braslau is an American
girl who on sheer merit alone has
risen to the highest rank of artistic
eminence. Her large voice as well
as her charming personality have
made her popular both in the Metro-
politan Opera house and the concert
field in which she is now making such
striking success, being booked for
over sixty recitals this season.
Miss Braslau is often compared to
such outstanding artists as Matze-
naur, Schumann-Heink and Madame
Louise Homer. Her voice is said to
be of a large, velvety quality and so
well handled that she is able to pre-
sent an unusual range of songs in her
programs. Those who were disap-
pointed on account of her inability to
appear as the star of the Friday even-
ing concert in the last May festival
will now have an opportunity to hear
her in a full recital of songs and
arias. ier program, which has just
been received, will include the fol-
lowing numbers:
Cantata (for one voice) ......Bassani
Furibondo ..................Handel
Der Doppelganger ........Schubert
Liebesbotschalf....... ....Schubert
Der Erikonig.............chubert
My Love of Londonderry
(arranged by Knox)....Old Irish
Thou Art Risen, My Beloved......
.. . Coleridge-Taylor
The Singing Girl of Shan.........
.Alice Barnett
The Faltering Dusk...............
....A. Walter Kramer
The Old Refrain ......Fritz Kreisler
Song of Thanksgiving ........Allitsen
Vocalise (Song without
Words, "The Cry of Russia.")

. . Rachmaninoff
Night ...................Rubinstein
Eternal ................ Erich Wolff
As We Part .............. Ilgenfritz

Farm Organizations and Legislature
Oppose Interference By Federal

Lansing, Mich., Feb. 10.-(By A. P.)
After a respite of 10 days, the senate
reconvened this afternoon and receiv-
f ed a message from Governor Alex J.
" Groesbeck transmitting a request
from the federal government asking
that the body ratify or reject the child
labor amendment. The presentation
of the message was followed by a joint
resolution from Senator George Hun-
ter of St. Johns; asking ratification of
the amendement. Both resolution and
message were referred to the commit-
tee on labor.
Senator David II. Butler of Sostoria
will present a joint resolution at to-
morrow's session, he said today, ask-
ding the legislature to reject the,
amendment. Consideration for the
amendment by the labor committtee
is to be put off for several lays Sen-
ator Godfried Gettel, chairman of the
committee, said today.
The submission of the child labor
proposal indicates a showdown on the
controversial question. Farmer organ-
izations have gone on record empha-
tically as opposed to federal interfer-
ence. They claim the amendment
would prohibit children from working
on the farms of their parents. Many
I members of the legislature have also
expressed themselves as opposed to
the regulation of such things by fed-
eral act. They prefer to keep the
state right to enact its own labor laws
inviolable. Organized labor is under-
Mood to favor ratification of the
Washington, Feb. 10- (By A.P.)--
The question of reading the La Follette
insurgents out of the Republican ranks
promises to come squarely before the
caucus of house Republicans called
for February 27.
This was clearly indicated today
when Representative Sinclair, of North
Dakota one of the dozen insurgents
not invited to the caucus announced
that he proposed to attend the session
and remain until "voted out."
The Sinclair statement gave rise to
speculation as to the possibility of a
break in the ranks of the House insur-
gents and was accomnanied by 'rumors
that Representative Lampert of Wis-
consin, and others might follow his
Mr. Lamnert declined to comment
on the report. Mr. Sinclair declared
he had been elected as a Republican
and intended to continue to consider
himself a member of that party until
otherwise notified,
Republican leaders have indicated
that if the insurgents desire to get
back into the organization's fold it
will be practically necessary for them
to renounce the La Follette leadership
and agree to bind themselves to the
decision of the Republican caucus.
Biological Camp
Opens On June 22
This year the seventeenth session
of the biological camp station main-
tained by the University at Douglas
Lake, Cheboygan county, will open
June 22, the same day as the regular
f summer session, according to Prof.
Paul S. Welch of the zoology depart-
ment, acting director of the station.
The location of the camn is par-
ticularly well adapted to biological
work, the variety of conditions afford-
ing exceptional opportunities for sci-
entific work. Courses will be given in
both zoology and botany, as well as


anticipates rain or snow today.
Say you little college boys who
have ability and are anxious to
display the above mentioned and
incidentally gain some honor,
prominence or notoriety for your-

dents who are interested in learning'
of the opportunities offered college
graduates by a large corporation will
be given an opportunity of discussing
this subject with IM. L. Frederick,
head of the Business fraiming course
of the General Electric company, to-
day and tomorrow. Mr. Frederick will
interview students in the Michigan
nion, which he has made his head-
Each year the General Electric com-
pany takes a number of graduates of
various univeristies and colleges in
this course. Those who are acceptedj

Mn". schools of this standing 49 nave
The advent of Dr. Marx in the cock 1 adopted plans of supervised study; 14
p ithof Prussian politics is received maintain chapters of the national highj
with feeling of regret and misgivings school honor society. In 80 provisions
nULrIC1N OF GIs T generally and in the ranks of his own are made for pupil-teacher councils.
VLL~~bIIUI~~ bR~ T a rtyfeeling f gre a m tha mis ins h o o o oit. I 0 po ii n
party it is freely adiittd that he is I The most frequent salary for men in
L~ansing, Feb. 10, (By A. P.)-The Ifmaking a heavy personal sacrifice in ! these schools is $2,000, and for women,
state supreme court today approved accepting a post which holds out even $1,500 to $1,80'0. The teaching load is,
tae supemmie ort to aove less prospect of effecting a reconcihia- lightened for beginners in 57 schools.
tax A petition for a writ of man-tion of the warring political factions, Of the 2,002 teachers engaged fori
(amms to delay effectiveness of the act| than did the situation which confront academic instruction 1,127 have taught
ued the former chancellor in the i five or more years.
until 90 days after tie close of the Reischstag when the Stresemann par-
legislative session filed by the Detroit ty successfully balked his efforts to
Automobile club was denied. A writ- form a government that would include Hop Guests Fill
ten opinion setting forth the courts i the Socialists.1n _ ___41h.r


Ann-A-Grains, the new Chamber of

Commerce bulletin, made its first ap- research work in both of these sci-
pearance in print yesterday. The ences:
publication is four pages in size, and With only two exceptions the fac-
will be issued once a month. It is I(ulty will remain the same as that of
intended to serve as a publicity med- last year's camp. Prof. Carl D. I JaRue
ium for not only the Chamber of Com- of the botany department will take
coerce itself but also for the affiliated the mlace left vacant by Dr. William
organizations. Seifriz who has gone to Jamaica. Dr.
The first page of this issue is de- Charles W. Creaser, of tie zoology de-
voted to an article entitled, "At the partment of the College of the City of
Crns-oads " which i s n a.rnnnnvI, n I a ....1, 1 -, .,I--- - ;


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