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ESTABLISHED,
1890

'it ika

Ott

MEMBER
ASSOCIATED
PRESS

VOL. XXXVI. No. 41

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1925

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

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CM MITTEE FAVHS
REPALOFINOM
TAX. PUBLICITY ACT
JIECOMJENIDS 24) TO 40 PER CENT
CUT IN INHERITANCE
RATES
OPPOSES GIFT TAX

Dean Effinger
Supports Plan
For Memorial
I heartily believe in the plan for
raising a class fund, which has been
adopted by the class of '26. The
whole scheme was submitted to our
own insurance experts and was ap-
proved by them before being pub-
licly announced.
Members of the class may rest as-
sured that the premium they are
asked to pay for a policy of this
kind ista fair one, that the experi-
ence of other institutions with simi-
slar plans has been for the most part
satisfactory.

ROUMANIAN DEBT COMMISSION
I EXPECTS EARLY SETTLEMNENTI

War Is His Task

YOST MAKES TWO CHANGES IN
LINEUP AS WOLVERINES FACE
N NOTHWESTERN ELEVEN TODAY

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 6.-The Rou-

which we ate animated and the spirit
of justice of which the United States

manian war debt commission, which has given proof on every accasion,
arrived in the United States today to that a settlement will not be reached,"
effect a settlement of Roumania's war he told newspapermen.
debts, has every confidence that an With Mr. Titulesco, who also is Rou-
agreement will be reached with this manian minister to London, were six
country, Nicholas Titulesco, president other members, all well known in
of the mission said soon after he had their country as exports on financial
landed from the Aquitania. matters. Nearly all of them speak
"It is difficult for me to imagine, English and several of them have been
knowing as I do the sentiments by here previously.

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Retention Of KTresent
And Capital Stock
Approved

Corporation
Duties

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-Plunging
ahead with consideration of the vital
provisions of the new revenue bill it
is preparing, the House ways and
means committee today decided,
among other things, to recommend
repeal of the provision of the present
act allowing publication of income tax8
returns.
Other decisions reached by the com-
mittee included:
Reduction of the inheritance tax
rates from a maximum of 40 to 20
per cent.
Repeal of the gift tax.
Retention of the present corporation
and capital stock taxes.
Increasing from $10,000, to $20,000
the maximum amount of income on
which the 25 per cent deduction for
"earned income" may be applied.
The proposal that small corpora-
tions be allowed to file returns as
partners with consent of all stock-
holders, and that partnerships beper-
mitted to file as corporations, was
turned over to a sub-committee for
study.
In its action with respect to in-
heritance taxes, the committee reject-
ed Secretary Mellon's proposal for
repeal of the levy. It then adopted
the recommendation of Chairman
Green to increase from 25 to 80 perc
cent the credit allowed in settlement
on federal inheritance taxes by pay-
ments on similar state levies, a mea-
sure designed to eliminate to a larges
extent the existing dual taxation ofI
some states.
The committe's progress yesterday
and today apparently disposed of the
main points of controversy in the tax
reduction program, and 'Chairman
Green predicted it would be able to
present to the public a "non-partisan
bill with practically unanimous sup-1
port" and said he confidently expect-.
ed almost unanimous action by the
House on the measure.
Changes involving a revenue reduc-
tion of about $200,000,000 annually
has been approved, leaving at least
$100,000,000 more to be taken off the
various excise and special taxes,
which will be considered by the coin-
mittee next week. -
Settlement Of
Italian Debt
Gains Headwayt
(By Associated Press)t
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-Italian and
American debt commissioners madef
further strides today towards a fund-I
ing arrangement for Italy's war debt, I
and they regarded the indications atI
the end of the day as pointing to an
early settlement.
Active negotiations of the Italian1
obligation, however, have been puti
over until late Monday.i
The joint sub-committee of the
American and Italian commlsions,
headed by Secretary Mellon and Count1
Volti, was 'occupied most of todayi
with consideration of the problems toi
which it addressed itself yesterday.1
While official view of the discussionsj
in that committee was thatl th'ey were
still to be described in the stage of
negotiations, it was admitted on all
sides, that greater progress had been
made today than yesterday. A com-
mittee member said the conversations
were most satisfactory, but again de-
clined to reveal the subjects before
the meeting.
Sqmeeofficials concerned with the
negotiations voiced a warning against
over optimism. The desire of all of
the Americans is to proceed slowly
and develop the terms of the agree-
ment each in due relation to other
problems of the settlement.!
NAPLES, Italy, Nov. 6.-Comman-
der Francesco De Pinedo, nearing the
goal of his round trip flight from
Rome to Tokio, arrived here from
Taranto at 11:15 this morning.

. . .,.. r. t
'ur e er. .a
1

It is certain from the interest
already shown that the class of '26
will be able in 20 years to turn over
to the University a much larger
gift than has ever come from any
class organization. It would be ex-
tremely gratifying to all concerned,
however, if the whole class would
get behind this scheme and make it
so great a successathat succeeding
classes would also adopt it. Hearty
and enthusiastic support now, and
definite success, might lead, literallyl
to millions for the University in the
next 50 years.
JOHN R. EFFINGER
CLASS TO IDISCUSS
MEMORIAL PROJECT
Senior Literary Students Will Meet
Tuesday To Consider Quarter
Million Dollar Fund

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G'RID GRAIT"l WILL SHOW
GAME AT CHICAGO TODAY
Arrangements have been com-
pleted for this afternoon's grid-
graph showing of the Michigan-
Northwestern game at Chicago.
The doors of Hill auditorium
will be opened at 2:30 o'clock,
with the program starting at 3
o'clock. Cheer leaders will be
pr'esenlt.
Between periods scores of
other inter-collegiate games the
country over will e announced.
Tickets are on sale at Slater's
Wahr's, and Graham's book-

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GABLE AM) JIERRNSTEIN WILL
REPLACE )WEY AND
GREGORY
'MOON' BAKER OUT

Victories

Of Wildcats Over Weaker
Unimpressive But Show
Scoring Power

PRO ISIONS OF ACT
U NUSED-VOLSTEAD

Tells Anti-Saloon League How
Can Aid Prohibition
Enforcement

Parts

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FAVORS PROSECUTION
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.-There are teeth
in the Volstead act which are little
used or not at all, but which would
make prohibition enforcement far
more effective, Andrew J. Volstead,
former congressman and father of the
prohibition law told the Anti-Saloon
league's convention tonight. He re-
centlyrreturned to public life as legal
adviser of the prohibition director for
Minneapolis.
It is not generally known, Volstead

MASQESTOOFFER
I'THECRAHDLE SONG '
Women's Dramatic Society Will Give
Performances Of Play Tuesday f
and Wednesday
NEW TYPE PRESENTED
Presenting a new type of drama tol
local audiences, Masques, women's
dramatic society, will give the first
performance of "The Cradle Song" byl
Martinez Sierra at 8:30 o'clock Tues-
day, Nov. 10, in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. The play will be repeated Wed-
nesday night at the same time.
Sierra, a Spanish playwright,is com-
paratively unknown in this 'country
although his works have achieved
wide popularity on the continent. Hisj

Edonard Daladier
Edouard Daladier becomes one of
the most important men in France
through his elevation to minister of
war in new Painleve cabinet, in view
of French wars in Syria and Morocco.
PREENTREVOL1TSj
Socialists And Free Masons Watched
After Plots To Kill Mussolini
Are Discovered
THREE HELD IN PRISON4

(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.---Michigan's Var-
sity football team held its final work-
out of the week here this afternoon
in Grant 'Park stadium, and now
awaits the opening whistle of to-

stores, Moe's sport srop, Calkins- morrow's clash with Northwestern.
Fletcher's drug stores, Huston's The Michigan squad, composed of
cigar store, and at the UnoiT.
Tickets may also be obtained Coaches Yost and Weiman, Trainers
after 2:30 o'clock at the box of- j1oyt and Staads, Manager Donaldson,
fice.. The prices are 50 cents and more than 30 players, arrived in
for the main floor and 35 cents town this morning and went immedi-
for the balcony. ately to the Copper-Carelton hotel,
where the men will make their head-
quarters during their stay in this city.
Olcott B etter;Aside from a light drill this afternoon
the players received no other work,
Is Rem oved To and tonight they have been secluded
fromthe host of admiring alumni, and
wivll continue to be carefully, guarded
Sara oga H om e i rom well wishers until game time to-
morrow.

Chauncey Olcott, lying seriously ill

said, but the purchaser of illicit liquor play deals with a convent into which - in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital since
PLAN GAINS HEADWAY is subject to 90 days imprisonment' a foundling comes. The story tells ROME, Nov. 6.--Troops with brist- his participation in "Rivals" here Fri-
and for a second offense not to ex- of the influence which the girl has ling bayonets today were guarding day Oct. 30, was sufficiently improved
teed two yIrs upon the life of the nuns, who adopt headquarters of the Socialist party; yesterday to be removed to his home
Members of the senior literary class 'etwo years. , u n lifthemnus , t
"It would have a salutary effect, to her, in light, humorous style typical heduatr oin Scals aryyStratoewYrmvdt.hshm
will meet for a convocation at 3:15 of modern Spanish authors. The cast and that of the Free Masons in the m rag New york.
wlmetoracnoaina3:5prosecute some of the purchasers so Strengthened by a restful night and
o'clock Tuesday in Natural Science i that the country might know that some is made up chiefly of women. Justinian palace. iunder the care of a nurse, the actor
auditorium. The quarter million dol- of the so-called good people, are sim- Setting for the production, which is It is asserted a plot to assassinate left Ann Arbor at 3:28 o'clock. He
lar memorial fund project will be the ply in the bootleg class." j1being directed by Amy Goodhue Premier Mussolini as he stood on the will reach his home at 4 o'clock this
"Section 23 of title two of the act Loomis, 22, who directed the Junior balcony of the higi palace uring afternoon, when Dr. John Stillwell,
provides that in issuing permits for Girls' play, last year, has been de- celebration of the anniversary of personal physician to Mr. Ocott, will
ing ,warehouses or plants for industrial signed by her and is being built by Italy's victory over Austria was fo- take charge.
President Clarence Cook Little will use of alcohol, the act authorized may F. C. McPherson, head carpenter of inented in the Justinian palace. Although greatly improved when
'be the principal speaker of the aft- be specifically designated and limited. the Mimes workshop, who has built all Soldiers also were guarding other he left Ann Arbor, he will iever com-
trnoon, presenting his views eoncern- "This is a power that has been the scenery for the Union opera in the Free Mas and Socialist gathering pletely recover, in the judgment of
brtvery sparingly used, and still it is stand is now working on the sets places, the offices of nwspapes op- Dr. F. L. Arner, his attending physi-
one that seems to me might be very for "Tambourine."c pcan here.
Memera clas ofhe noitedo by eysprn sd ndsili spat ihigeuimna elvarious centers which possibly might ica ee
junior law class as announced by effective. It was the subject of a very Special lighting equipment, as well
aJmes B. Boyle, president, are as fol- bitte contest in Congress. as a new act curtain are being in- be attacked by Fascisti who are en-
lows: Social committee, H. Allyn "It vas believed that it would give stalled in Sarah Caswell Angell hall raged over the plan to shoot the pre-
Hicks, Jr., chairman, Frederick H. j the!ovenriment power to adopt almosti for the play. The set has been built mier.
e, D ld M Di Fred F any means to prevent liquor and other and painted at the Players' workshop, Thursday evening crowds gathered Le Gh
Eichhorn, and . Culver alcoholic preparations from being and has been designed to meet the re- .
Sold for beverage purposes. To en- (uirements of the stage as well as the lini, burnel oposition newspapers, AMI,4 'TAht(L
WOO committee, William A. Belt, force this provision, it might be pro- play and sang Fascist party hymns.
chairman, William B. Giles, John H. vided in the permit that if the pur- The play is in two acts and an inter- The premier appeared on his bal- I_--
Witherspon, Harold P. Troy, and L. chaser diverted any article contain- Iiude. Between the act and during the cony and addressed the people below. "Three Live Ghosts" will be given'
T.ent McMath; advisory committee, ing alcohol to illegal use, the permit play there will be music which has I-Ie impressed upon them the neces- its second performance at 8 o'clock
Benjamin V. Halstead, chairman, W. might be cancell. been written for this production. A sity for the maintenance of order and tonight in University Hall. This play
Wirt King, Jr., John W. Conln, Wil- "Since the coast guard has been in- quartette and an organ will furnish demanded that they oy. e exactedis being done by Prof. R. D. T. lis-
isibeing donembyPrn.dR.eD.eT.F.iJohis
am B. Hartman, and Lester F. John- creased, the bootleggers have turned Ithe musical accompaniment. a pledge that there should be no dis- ters play production class, and tat
son; finance committee, William B. to denatured alcohol and I am in- Tickets are now on sale at Wahr's Jder or violence. night opened to a capacity house.
Etheridge, chairman, Josech H. Par- formed that not less than 90 per cent and Graham's book stores, and have ITto-Francesc -Zanioniformer Un- The principal roles are taken by
son, Charles M. Horth, Leslie C. Put- of the liquor now in the liquor trade also been sent to the heads of all the itarian Socialist deputy, who it is Eleta Seeley, '26, as Mrs. Gubbns;
nom, George bbttt.,owase toqhaveowfiredhthequshotrEelatso eenleynt'26,heaseMrs.o aulbihe;
, and A. George Abbott. is redistilled alcohol," Mr. Volsttad sorority and league houses. The price asserted, was to have fired the shot Kathryn Clarke, '2E, as Peggy Woof-
ing the fund. Class officers will give said. of seats is $1 to kill Mussol, Signor Quaglia, edi- ers Edward T Reece, '27, as Bolton;
a detailed explanation of the plan at for of E. Popolo, and Gen. Luigi Ca- F
this time, and any questions brought ipello were held in prison today. Gubbins; and Monroe Lippman, '26,
ap will be answered byothosediny O K n TUt-A kn-Asaen $ i"ni has an excellent World war as William Foster. Edith Alvin, '26Ed,
charge of the drive. L1 record.General Capello has been popu-i
More than 200 policies have been R,. d A t3 000 Y regarde as 'esponsible for T is stage director.
filled out by members of the class "U J )!J,00ears Italian defeats by the Austrians' is lopens yep. Codution
who have voluntarily come to. the ere or te yerah Co'se tir's,
'headquarters of the fund in Alumni are on sale at Graham's, Slater's, and
Memorial hall. Six organized houses (By Associated Press) When the lid of the first sarco- Cabinet Mem bers 'Wahr's book stores, for $1.50. These
which have been visited have assur- CAIRO, Egypt, Nov. 6.-After hav- phagus was lifted Oct. 12 another, on ID- tickets entitle the holder to a seat at
bd unanimous support for the plan. ing lain serenely in death for some which were linen coverings and bou- Defeated; Resgn the three larger and four shorter plays
Many policy blanks are yet to come 3,000 yars, th' body of King Tut- quets was found. This was of beau- __to be given by the class during the
in to the headquarters, so that an ex- tiful design, decorated and embellish- OTTAWA, Out., Nov. 6.-Members year. Tickets for individual perform-
act count of yesterday's subscrip- Ankh-Amen has been disclosed and ed with multi-colered pieces of glass. of the Liberal cabinet of W. L. Mc- I ances are also to be had.
lions cannot be made. the face of the youthful plharoah re- On it was an effigq of the god Osiris. Kenzic-King who were defeated in __----
'It is believed that with the convo- vealed. Covering it was a thin layer of gold last week's parliamentary elections, s
cation all questions concerning the The body was found in a human on a marble ground, adorned with the witi the exception of George P. A review of last night's per-
plan will be definitely settled. Rep- shaped coffin, covered with a linen wings of the vulture goddess Nechbet f Graham, minister of railways and formance of the "Three Live
'esentatives of the insurance coin- shroud, which adhered to it. A string and the serpent goddess Buto. canals, handed their resignations to Ghosts" appears on page 4 today.
pany which is handling the policies of beads and flowers was around the The lifting of this sarcophagus from the premier today. They have been
will be present to explain the system 1 head of the sleeping monarch and on the first was a delicate task. The accepted. T
of financing and collecting, and class I his chest. covering was removed and the body Premier King announced that parI- sThelay itself is a sort of detective-
officers and committee heads will pre Since the finding of the tomb of found in the human-chaped coffin In- liament would meet Dec. 10, provided kmystery-farce, id plas in New
sent the class policy as decided upon Tut-Ankh-Amen and the discovery in side. A glutinous black liquid, possi- legal requirements can be met. Frk Isntm It wa Martin.
by the committees. it of so many beautiful works of art, bly spilled during the entombment of Frmth__hrederick Isham and Max "ri
"-there have been great expectations the pharoah, had badly marred a large e14e" the pnofestr ceri-
League W ill Give as to what would1e found in the sar- portion of the coffin and holds it like . leem , t one st running crook-
cophagus when it was fully opened. glue i the second sarcophagus. I 'nterExpma ofnthewlahtu. ew Yrkea-
Dancing Lessons , in which II. 1. Warner
I starred.

Few Back Purple
At a late hour tonight the majority
of sport followers were still highly
favoring Michigan to win over the
Wildcats by an overwhelming score,
though there were a few predictions
that Northwestern might spring the
unexpected, and many were willing to
wager that there was a strong possi-
bility that the Yostmen's goal line
would be crossed in tomorrow's con-
test.
While Northwestern has won the
majority of her games so far this
season, her, wins have been rather un-
impressive and against the supposedly
weaker type of school. However., the
Purple has shown scoring power being
held scoreless only in the Chicago
game, and counting 55 against her
( ponents in the other clashes. Al-
though this seems slight comparison
to the 180 counters scored by the
Yostmen, nevertheless it is considered
significant.
Following out his statement earlier
in the week, Coach Yost did not an-
nounce his starting lineup until to-
night. Only a few of the many chang-
es which were expected because of the
Wildcats' reputed weakness, were
made. In personnel, only two men will
face Northwestern tomorrow who
were not on the field when the start-
ing whistle blew in the Navy game
last Saturday. On the line, Gable a
sophomore guard will play left guard
in place of Lovette, and Lovette will
move over to the other side of Captain
Brown to replace "Sid" Dewey who
will not start against Coach Thistleth-
waite's eleven. In the backfield
lerrnstein will replace Gregory as
right halfback. Otherwise the team
will remain intact.
In spite of several unauthentic re-
ports, Oosterbaan will start at his ac-
customed left end with Flora taking
care of the other flank. George Bab-
cock will play the tackle npxt to Oos
terbaan and harry Hawkins will be
next to Flora. Captain Brown will be
at center. "Benny" Friedman will
call signals and hurl passes, with Gil-
berg playing left half and doing the
1 punting for the Wolverines. Molenda
will start at full and bear the brunt of
line smashing.
Line-up IUncertain
Coach Thistlethwaite was not quite
so certain in his selections, naming
four men as possibilities at the ends,
and two quarterbacks. Baker will not
start the game. Bovik is favored to
start at left end with Seidel as a pos-
sibility; Smith has been chosen for
the other wingman, with Mathews as
an ltrnaiv. Critmn i ltd

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Dancing classes for men and women
will be conducted by Miss Ethel Mc-
Cormick and assistants beginning
Tuesday, Nov. 10.
The dancing instruction, which is
sponsored by the Women's Athletic
association and the board of directors
of the Women's league, is conducted
for all those connected with the Uni-
versity who wish to learn to dance.
The music will be furnished by the
league orchestra.
Slosson To Speak
Monday On League

W orker Sees International staes WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.--Northern to start as signal caller with Soheim
states nmay well prepare for an Painleve Keeps as firt string reserve and a possible
Student Amity As World's Needu cold inter, if the prediction s
of a United States navy hydrographer j Proposal Secret' Otherwise the lineup is practically
is correct. Pue to a decline in solar certain, with Bruce at left tackle and
"The period of soliciting funds for at the order of the mayor of Gex, radiation, which has been decreasing Siebenmann as guard on the same
European stdent relieisng ovesr. We wh h runrg the rmayem ovGer, Ifor some years, the temperature of PARIS, Nov. 6.--M. Painleve, French side of the line. On the other side of
European student relief is over. We who hung the German emblem over the oceans will drop, and this in turn premier and minister of finance, didyy
must, now, build up international stu- Itie entrance of the townm hahl, togeth- I Captain Lowry, who will play center,
det, friedsipsnd cont peration enr a will influence weather conditions on not hand his financial plan for re- Rahr will be at the guard position
dent friendships co-operation, with the flags of a score of otherrench with Johnson as tackle. Lewis ill
said Conrad Hoffman,,internationally nations represented at the conference. treasury to M. Herriot, president ofwh Johnson as tae is with
known Y. M. C. A. worker and secre - Mr. Hoffman explained a plan which trauytoM erit rsieto be at full for the Wildcats, with
know Y.M. . A woker nd ecr- M. Hffmn exlaied pln wichthe chamber of deputies, and make! Schumacher at left, and White at right
tary of the World Student Christian, h hopes to introduce into American FStarts Study Of known its contents to newspapers to- halfback.
association when interviewed yester-Icolleges and universities, whereby 200 now night, as he d c intendedwo ak.h y
day. 1stdnts will receive one-year scholar- City Su pl Instead h e decided to make a furth- B of the Purple battlefront as Fisher,
"Since the war, we have been car-I ships to study in foreign universities-er study of its text retouching it here star end is not yet in shape to see
rying out a program of student re- on the continent. He hopes to achieve Col. Dabney H. Maury, who has been and there. service. With Baker out, Lewis will
lief which has bound together more this by securing one dollar of the tub' conducting an investigation of Annear the brunt of the puntingand
sidents in more nations for practical tion fee of every student entering a arhv' wam nnn h r eurne to -. - bea r te +ru onhae untna - an

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