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VOL. XXXVI. No. 29


ANN ARBOR, MICHIGikN, SATUIDAY 0(.,"r0.1 R 24, 1925

rIIN I3T- 11 icA ; S


7 IIM IA I Ilrl

]fiI ,tl0 R OF ATTrun1 M El)
11. dSl'FOIlPOLE
(Clolo),y Ilt'Head To Introdue Nan Who
1 &-J tAni 10115 WorlWaiting
i'or Word Ofr Safety
Captain Roald Amundsen, world
Shonored explorer, will open the regu-,
lar lecture course of the Oratorical1
association at 8 o'clock tonight in
Hill auditorium. His subject will be,
"Our Airplane Dash for the North
Pole". Prof. William H.I. Hobbs, headl
of the geology department and ad-
mirer 'of Amundsen, will introduce the J
speaker. William C. Dixon, presi-f
(lent of the association, will preside.I
Captain Amundsen is scheduled to,
arrive in Ann Arbor late this after-I
nooIM. Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood,
chaidrman of the lecture course, and
other faculty men will meet the ex-
plorer. HeIc Nvill be taken to the Union,
where his headquliarters will be lo-
catedl (uring his stay here.
Tlie first public lecture of the fain-
ons explorer was given Oct. 15 in Car-
negie Hall, New York city. Upon his
arrival in New York from abroadI Oct.

By telephone and
The D~aily will tell
today of the progre
Michigan-Illinois gay
Illinois Memorial 'sta
The extra will apl
streets a few minute
final play, and will 1,
of other gapes froi
theastoryl aof te ga
T During the after
Iinterested are invited
Daily editorial rooms
(ial 4925 or 21214.
JEight (Charges Of Yiol
Of War Brought
AIr Colone
1iam M\itchell-of the arm
will have to plead guil
eight specified charges
ethe 96th article of war
to trial before the gener
tial, ordered to convene

~4(ORS;I .book By Lodge IAiiIMI
R ACO NII Tells Iistoric L xUU
tcmuby extra, League Story MONDAYpu 91TO AGU
4 i M N ss of the
imie in the (1'y A:;'ei~t t I's es) DflVARIT
adium. I v AIIIMIGO\ 0Ot.23.-How Re- fl{l IT A I N
pear on the 1 Llzian leaders in the League ofl Na- - _I kI
.es after the tions fight esc-aped what they con- , ---
tell in detail sidlered a trap to commit them before- EAEiXT SECRE"I tARY ('ON V(OES j
ne. Reports hand to supp~ort of the covenant, is (OITN('IL NO AI F'.
in coast to ~j oe nidn of the historic struggle FRO(M l ULGA1UV
'ound in the d (isclosed for the first -time by the ----
late Flenry Cabot Lodge, in a book ASSEMBLE AT PAPRI
rnoon, those writ ten a month before his (leath and
I to call The made pub~lic today. '--
sfor scores; Entitled "Tihe Senate and the i B iind W aaIIs Both 4 N I , o L a u f N ti n,, h v l m ,p a - b1o v di ng'onAof
ed on sale by Scribners as cop~y.- Covenant's K~r~'
ight holders, is in the main a record
for post erity of the already known! 1W l TI I r N
i a r history of the ibitter-endl struggle be-! ATHENS, 0ct _2V--- Oiicia t.i ;
Stween Woodrow Wilson and the Sen-{ no1Incen~iellt s t i,. 1 + tota
ate opposition, but the opposition, . tha the Big n
II[D V leader is outspoken in his personal1 Greek territoryies 'r
characterizations of the war presi- It was added, oerta1t
I ILiUiIdent,. upon whom he lays full- re- (Btilgarins 'were faring on Gr;eek l
sponsibility, in his unbending attitude, IluOstiolls to lhr(' 'tth ew
Iating Article for the league's defeat. INa~tionlof a bhl-o zs. ± ;I lint It
g nmst ~sliae been evacuated.
Agaist Disavowing any personal animosity,I
he -views Mr. Wilson as leaving been I(h soitdPe~
actuated throughout by an "over- GENEVAOct. 2 ,. - 't }fa League of
NOT ICE whelmiug thought of self," again as I Nations went iii a actioni quic l '
"dlevoured by the dlesire for power"i day in connecti ~mi witb ils~
23.-Col. Wil-I andiiin another passage, as "thinkingf conflict of armas Nwhich bsaia e
first for himself in dealing with every twe ree aALugra om
my air service great question.''IHe could not,r. 1 after h.e received a1 i apeal for Pu
ilty or not to Lodge tho~ughmt, right fully be callod ''a intervention fromze l'!ariao-
sof violating very great man." erment, Sir Erielc )ru a V e'~
When h goes In setting d(own his, record of the tary-general of 'he Itm (X(li
stornmy period of league debate, It r his right under the, ::m .a ie
tral court mar- ldeui'oe 10 p~~cnto convoke a sJ i(-al 5 ac. : ,A ofI -
next X~ednea1der s in IAarei, 1919, escaped whiatatPrs\ua ,teio.


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1)Wivy To Play At Right Guard; Rlaw.-
k uis And Babcock At Tackles; Baer,
Park-er Ready For Call
(Special to The Daily)
URB3ANA, Ill., Oct. 23.-Determined
to halt the redoubtable "Rled" Gran~ge,
and to continue on its way to the Big
Ten title with a victory over Illinois
toniorrow, Michigan's Varsity eleven
arrived at Urbana this afternoon.
The team was taken to the Urbana
Country club immediately upon its
arrival, and after luncheon was taken
by busses to the Illinois stadium
where the final workout was held.
Kicking, passing and running fea-
taredl the practice- session, Coach
Yost devoting more than an hour to
these phases of gridiron play. Coach
Yost thlen lined up his team for the
kickoff, and drilled the men in the
proper interference that should ac-
comipany the returning of kick-offs
A skull practice is scheduled for
tonight at the country club,. Coach
Yost planning on -going over the
strategy for time crucial encounter for
the last time.
(oaches Confident Of Line

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13, Captain Amundsen was met by hism day. they thought was a trap to commit
associate, Lincoln Ellsworth, and an The charges, all founded on two them beforehand to support thet
enthusiastic group of -admirers. Hle public statements vigorously criticiz- league, by declining the invitation to 1
was given a real welcome and was ' ing the army and navy air service advise the Wilson Peace commissionc
officially received to the city by Mayor admiistration, made shortly after the at Paris, what changes in the cove-e
hlylan. Shenandoah (disaster by Col. Mitchell, pant wouldat ify the ,Senate. On theC
Will Ile Illustrated while Ire was on duty at San Antonio, advice of Ellihu oot, Philander C. I
In his lecture, which will be illus- Texas, was cited in official papers Knox an(d others, Air. Ldge replied in-s
tratedl by stereopticon pictures, handed to him today, by war depart- stead, that he only praticable meansn
Amundsc'n will depict the story of his ment orders. by which the presient could obtain '
daring attempt to reach the North They assert, in effect that Colonel the Senate's views would be by call
Poeb ipaelsxsmewe Mitchell; through his action Sept. 5, ing it into essin
he and his sixcompanions narrowly when he issued the first of the two
escaped withI their lives from the des- statements, held by the judge advo-
olate wastes of tie north. cate general of the army to contain4 i
Compelled to desenld on the frozen violations of the 96th article, made CHMCL EN IERN
polar sea, they fought de'sperately himself subject to trial by a general nnnEET
against bad weather conditons and court martial on four counts. l IJTbill!
fore they were able to ascend Iin one j four specifications handed him today.
plane and make their way to) civilza-The first three alleged conduct to the f-rof. ''A. IH. Whie Will Present apr
Lion. Onio plane was abanidoned -in; prejudice of good order and military Before leto ers
the far north because it had been' discipline; insubordination to wear (de--t
damaged beyond repair in its descent. partmnent administration, and con- Members of tihe Detroit Engineering I
The courage and resourcefulness of tempt and disrespect of war depart-'Iscey ilcm t ncrbrti
Amwsnwssonwe h e ent administration with intent to,
were in this precarious position in!- discredit, while the fourth reiterates afternoon to meet with the MRichigan i
the north. After one week had pass- these charges in the name of the navy sectiomn of the American Institute ofI
ed and the food supply had become department. Specifications five to' Chemical Engineers.s
low, half of the party was in favori eight, inclusively, repeat the alega-)j At 4 O'clock the engineers will meet
of starting back to civilization on foot. ions st forth in the first three in room 2028,last Engineering build- I1
It was only through the appeals of'counts, except that they are founded ih franireetontiptrog;
Anmundsen that the party stuck byupntesamntnlrig po the various engineering laboratoriesf
the plane. Ithat of Sept. 5 made public by Coo- I of tle University. Dinner will be held1
Ellsworthm Jesribes Perils ne Mitchell n Sept. 9. at 6 o'clock at the Union.
Lieut. Lincoln Ellsworth, Captain ____________ Professor A. I. White of theI
Ainundserf s American associate, in chemical engineering department will
describing the perils that the party All Q BIL lINTflV i present a paper at the joint meetingIc
faced, says that only men of the ( UVUUIL IIUJII of the societies at 7:30 o'clock hr,
strongest physique could have with- i From325 ast Enginering building.tothtrasheenudicd- g oi'1,
stod te tial thy edurd, ncld- AS REEALTRYIdo subject will be "the Disintegra-
ing the food privations. "When we i o tAtiorm of Concrete."r
anded on the -ic," he said, "every' -_____ior e than 40 members of the D- c
man in the party was deaf from hay- ! NEW YORK, Oct. 23 - An average! trit society are expected to be pros-
ing been close to the motors during reduction of $29 on all passenger an- et at the- meetings and dinner. J
eight hours of flying. We could see tomobiles and lower delivered prices
mouths moving, but could not hear a on all commercial vehicles are prom- WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. - Retire-
word uttered. It was quite a tiime be- ised by spokesmen of the automobile mnent from the field of inheritance tax-
fore our hearing was properly re- industry, if the federal war excess ation by the federal government inI
stored. Later on, Diedrichsen, our tax on motor products is repealed, ac-' faor of the states, was asked today
pilot, becanme snoi# blind and had toj cording to an announcement today by I by the governors of six statesad
have his eyes bandaged until he re-' the National Automobile Chamber of representatives of all other statei
coveredA. Commerce. l executives before the house ways and
"For nearly a mnonthr we made our = Reduced cost to the consumer will i ans committee.e
quarters in the Amundseni airplane, i be one of the arguments of the auto- - - -
which had escaped injury in landing. mobile industry in hearings on the NEWV YORK Oct 3--h nie
As the temperature averaged 12 de- proposed tax repeals which will be states is on the verge of a great eral
grees below zero and the cabin was held before the committee on ways of prosperity, Elbert H. Gary, chair- Ii
built of aluminum, the discomfort wasJ and means of Congress Iin Washing- man of the United States Steel cor-t
great. , ton beginning Saturday. poration declared here today.I
"As thie time went on we had to-
reduce our daily rations from two E B T OF FA]J IAILIr gt SCENES
pounds per man to half a pound. AlE H B T
111. we had in the morning and at night IONV DISPLA.Y IA LIBRAR YI L'OBB Yi1
was a cup of oatmeal with two oat- _____________
me al wafers and a noon a cup of pei-
]nican soup. After each meal we Charcoal portraits amd oil paint- themselves. Students and alumni are
sino~ledI our pipes andl when our sup- I+iligs of familiar camipus scenes are represented by x. ID. Eaton, Max Ew-
ply of tobacco was gone we found i now on exhibit ini the lobby of the Li- ing, Robert Henderson, Samue i
the hardest blow of all. Moore, Jr., (Jason Cowles), Montgom- i
"We worked incessantly through r any. They are the work of Mrs. cry Butchart, Deart Hubbard, and
the (lay, clearing the ice from about Mary . Johnson, wife of Oakley C. Kenton Kilmer. Also there are pr-!.
the plane . and getting it into Posi- Johnson of the rhetoric department. traits of Norma Bicknell, Se Grundy
tion for the return flight. Our only'(Mrs. Johnson has been tahn free- Bonner, and ot~e wonen.f
tools were three sheath knives, three hand drawing In the architectural Industrial scenes in charcoal of Ann
Woodn soves ad a eltaxe Th college for the past two years, but has Arbor, which were (one while the men
fact that we were fighting for our a leave of absence this semester. She
hlives gave us an incentive that ap- Is the nother of five year old Nancy were at work are very interesting. o
parently made uip for our lack of food. Johnson, whose watercolors were onl represent fanme in one of the char-
When after a month of strenous exhibition last February at the Mich- coals, color has been introduced, pro-
-work we actually made our start each ,igan State artists exhibition under duing a very real efect. All of these
Man was allowed to eat a small cake the auspices of the Scarab club of De- scenes of Ann Arbor industries ave
of chocolate to celebrate the occa - tot endanti a snesho
sion. ___________________Iin one section of the exhibition started. Some of tie industrial, scenes
there is a group of several of the as well as the portraits, will be re-
IuVIA members of the family, including Mrs. placed by others net 'Wednesday, so
UurW eaunerN iJohson' children, Murray and Nancy, it is advisable to see tie exhibit soon.j
- I i'4Ah ,V" tll iV Phil 1 her f~ 11V~fatherI andi 1 i .iz g '(K "''t 'e E iat 1 'ii 'V1 PA rh"

tie Frenich for, phone. M. Briem, by,_ ,
counmcil, appm-ove4 I'art: m ~-'
eral's decision aOI:,- I:i edia: a
cation of the mm -*Ka---(-
nsteadl of at Ge ._ - nvw- -

P1,,, Sait- . owa at Columbus.
Ai~ ~ ~ Le umeoavsN;r Dame at AMiine-
:,tIit-vs- a ni at Madison.
KinV: '>. B'-. an at: Urbana.
niman i a':i at Bloomington.
K ui ye: , i -Tulane at Chicago.
1 .- XY N'llska at Lincoln.

I k _Sr )~

suited to mneetthe con venience at the

4- ~~~ LK.41K K I~~~~ Georgia 't'ech. vs Alabama at At- I'oigtumssoTm cwas
miembers of the council. M~onday was wihtnecntsasvr blow, osthe oacEwares
considere as theWrltchim ithtese expectation;lmisaAtog
cniee asteeris posbeIthere lights on the grid-graph in- cnietta h eev iee r
pomentbl red? Georgia vs. Vanderbilt at Athens. cmfditta h eev iee r
momentwhen the Greek and Bul-'(nre dicating the names of "Benny" Fried- Kentucky vs. Sewaniee at Lexingtoii.j of sufficiently high calibre so that the
pairpresent er ativ.es could1 arrive to man and "Red" Grange, principals in Tennessee vs. Louisiana State as; Wolverine forward wall will not be
Mpresen theiriles. s en tl today's game at Urbana, a capacity' Knoxville. I noticeably weakened. Sid Dewey, who
grams, to both the Bulgarian anal crowdis. expected to fillthIllaui Virginia vs. Marylamnd at ChIarlottes-1I is going in at guard, is a veteran
Greek governments emphasizing thatI toriumn to receive the play-by-play no- Vyule. I lineman who possesses a great deal
it i ther it - . -i ports of 'the afternoon's premier gridl Cemntre vs. West Kentucky Normal of power.
iti hi uty as members of thxeI classic'. Following the assurance ato igGe, ihDwyadJakLvtea h
LaguoO ae eoret a yesterday that the light follows as ___________ guard positions, Hawkins has be-en
auipointing out the "grave cose-I nearly as posible thme exact course of shifted to right tackle, and George
quences which under the covenant the ballgreater support is predicted Radl, .Rail, Air Babcock will take the left tackle post
wouldi result from violation of tme' for the grid-graph than even before. I left vacant of Edwards' injury. Ray
covehns trs"I h ea h us nsThe doors will be opened at 2:30i L~L' Baer, who played a stellar game at
Thsis a warning that the coun-I o'clock, and telegraphic returns will I o tUrbana Game Madison, will be held in reserve. Cap-
tries iin(is pute risk being made the in oigi t> 'lc hrtamn Bob Brown, at center, and Ooster-
object of penalties by the League jbegoring omin n atnno'clok s2arp
nmembers in case the proved aggres- acrigt onM ent,'7,bean and Flora. at the flanks corn-
so msmtsoninwa, who is in charge of the board. If his1 Three hundred and fifty miles of, plete the line.
eh ulaing agig tht'teffrsa- ucsfl adadhighway are clutteredi today with -The backfield will be composed of
The~~~~~~~ BugIln di htte cheerleaders will be at the auditoi- j motor cars---someneiAw, others de- Pen Friedman at quarter, Gilbert and
shot a Greek soldier dead, but they I um during the game. Latest scores' rgr ttehavsIn aed
insist it was on Bulgarian soil after I of other important contests will beI crepit; sonic costly, others of the Grgr;ttehlvs n oed
he had .attacked a Bulgariani sentinel.Iaiondlsthyricve. "well knowni audipopua ak. at fullback, with Stamman and Fred
They alleged tonight that Greek icktsaire on sale at Slater's, Over gleamingiils huner29IPakredyfracl. akr'
fomces, including artillery now have Grhms boktrsseil ian baigthi husnsh punting ability may be utilized by
air'sad Gaa' oktrs, seiltanbargthrtouands. _ Coach Yost, should the Wolverines
penetrated into Bulgarian territory to1 Moe's Sport shop, Calkins-Fletcher ' ln ~esrec fhgwy the gain an early lead.
adpho10klmtr,(about 6{ drug stor-es, HuIston's cigar store, and Ys ChgeAak
m iles), along a front of nmore than I at the Union. The prices are 50 cents I"grey pot" plods westward. rY M aytrs a s ng 1 u gai nChangem i lo r a d 35 c n sfo h T u ,t er s p uAttackra a,! W t t o s eli g l n p u g r
casualties, with seven soldiers miss-' balcony. Ill., today, a host that counts its num-; such as Molenda and Stamman, it
iug. They also charge that the city 1 b__________ ers by the tens of thousands; the! would not be surprising if Coach Yost
of Petrich has been bombarded by the I host that will watch Michigan and changed the Wolverine attack from
Greek. The Greek government has GIRPM A d Q TI IPAlflMIllinois battle fort the supremacy of the open variety to the old fashioned
not yet answer-ed the B~ulgarian ;~II illfhI~lII the West on the gridiron of the lhii- line bucking game. The Michigan
charges. nois Memorial stadiuni today. I line can open holes in almost any
_U~~lfI~.ff AIII opposing forward wall, and 'Molenda
Pr m n n lu n 11 INIII U1 11111 lWni and Stammian are both exceedingly
110m neatAlumni 1 adept at squirming and twisting their
Send Acceptances I MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 23.-Rati I.UfII N UD a houhwt nyabr pn
fication of the Locarno security pact healrlfU nIi~hI n for theirr bulky ln frames.
For InautZgurLation Ibetween Germniy and France will be 1'fVIYIS~LU ui W0MMi~I1 il t reularterlGrngebackned HofGalt
made by the German Reichistag, Dr. a ureGag n ala
Acceptance of invitations to thej Josef Karl Wirth, former Germlan! I Ithe halves, and Daugherty at 'full-
inauguration of President Clarence ;chancellor, said here yesterday. Dr. 1 BUChIAREST, Oct. 23.--thme Ron- hlack, will take the field against the
Cook Little on Nov. 2, have been re~- Wirth, who is herec as a guest of the IIrnadetfdigmsonhvg! Wolverines. The line will find Kassel
ceived from alumni in practically local chapter of the Steuben society mnna etfmdn iso a i and D'Ainbrosia at the ends, Reeder.
every vocation and from all parts ofI of America, said that ratification' ece nareetfrtelqi-adMnie ttetcls hvl
the coumtry. Many alumni now fani- would b)e followed by nioral and psy-I ation of Rounmania's debt to Great iarid Britton at the guard positions
ous in the educational field will at- I chological disarmament, with hatred I1rian wl o ot ieUie n etcia etr
tend. Among them are Dean Chris- overthrown, and that the way would]I States, Vintila Bratianzo, minister of Probable Line-upsILN S
tian Gauss, '98, of Princeton univer- be paved for real disarniament in 1 finance, announced today after a cab-- MICI-IGAN ILNI
siy rf aeVnHo,'9 fIErp.inet meeting. Oosterbaan .....LE..........Kassel
Columbia university, Pres. Kenyon L.)I Then, he predicted, Gerumany will1 M. B ratiano saidTht hemiss ion B Iabcockc........LT....... .. Reeder
Butterfield, '02, of Michigan State col- conic back and with the help of wihwl ehae y NchsDwy....L.....hvl
loePes Srttn .Brok,'9, fAmericans amid other countries will Titulesco, Rouinanina minister toI Browni (capt) ..C..... ..... Reitsch
thge, Uiries tyatn BofMsoi, DanW.9excuethDweo-ln.Great Britain, A%,ill proceed to Wash- ILoyette .........RG.........Britton
the UniineorerttooneaMissouamiiDe-nIWHawkinscute...he......sarran.
H. McCracken, '86, of the Detroit Col- ! Asked what he thought of prohibi- jigoinrdtnetiat n Idcr akn TMrie
tical arrangememnt for the settlement Flora ..........RE.-----D'Ambrosia
lege of M~edicine and Surgery, Prof. 1 tion, Dr. Wirth said: "That is your] fRu'naswrdbtt h ntdFIda....B....Giia
Wayne J. Atwell, '15, of the Univer- own affair; however, I might say with'Sae.Ggoy....L. rne(ct)
sity of Buffalo. Prof. Williami Mc- respect to prohibition, that had there ___ ibr.....H.....Hl
Cracken of Western State Normal been a little more clear pure water at Gibrt . -__ '.__ "_ '' .Hl
school; Frank Cody, superintendeint the peace conferences, we might notj Cambridge Team 1 Molenda ...,..... FB..... Daugherty
of Detroit schools; and Thomas E., have had so many difficult econoniic I
Johnson, state superintendent of Ipr obleins to solve."#WilD b t N.U (
schools will also attend. -!I NEIGCL GE
Oeraun'wohvacetdi-Q "EASOI.,Otclude Semnator Harvey A. Penney, '89L,'a Sets s e brihge univeri ,ty will meet North-I
and Mrs. Penney; Alex Dow, hion.'11, F rs rsre western in debate hieeoi Friday,! SCIU T OFR
and Mrs. Dow of Detroit; Richard A. Ys"ee~ Nov. 13. The local orators will up-i
Smith, '09, state geologist; Dr. George hold the affirmative of flue question: I Profes ;or Ilopkinms Granted Absene
N. Fuller, '05, state historian; C. M. NEW HAVEN, Oct. 23.-Yale cor-I "Resolved : That time future of thecI ILeve; To Visit Universities
!Burton, '89, city historiamn of Detroit; poration, with the approval of the ath- 11humani iace depenids nmore omi the sci-}
Mason Rumney, '08E, amid Mrs. Rum- letic association, has just set aside a ences thami it (hoes oii time arts anI w According to the secretary's offce'
ney of Detroit; and Dr. Arth'ur j.1I 200 acre forest tract as a pmreserve humanities." of the College of Engineering and
Tuttle '95L~, of Detroit.; for the native plant amid animal life I __________- Architecture, Prof. Louis A. Hopkins,
_____________Iof this region. The land is a par't l WASHINGTON, Oct. 23UneirploY- secretary o that college, is now
DETROIT, Oct. 23.-The Sixth an- of the Ray' Tompkins memorial tract mownt still was on time incr'ease imn I studying mathematics and astronomy
nual convention of the Cornell Aluni-" near the new Yale golf coumse. It Gmeat Britain at the end of August, I at Oxford college on a leave of ab-
ni association opened here today with; will be used at the present time foi Irm-orts to the commer-ce department' semice granted him for this semester.
alumnmi frmi every pant of the world field studies and instructioni by the (he-, today shiowedi.'('I Sept. 12, thme official 1 Embarking front Montreal soon after

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