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With a five color cover done by with lyrics by Fred Ziv are the out-R SH TO HANKO TO
Theodore Rogvoy, '28A, the January standing works of this nature.
number of Gargoyle will make the' New Year's resolutions are compiled
on the first page of the issue as well as
first appearance of the magazine in i i h. drit i l l Iii- isTl gdd in i


(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, Jan. 5.-Appoint-
ment of Prof. Leigh J. Young, of
the University of Michigan for-
estry department, as director of
conservation, by Governor Green
won the endorsement of the
board of directors of the Isaac
Walton league at a meeting held
"In the appointment of Young,

Explorer To Sp(


the new year this morning, when itl
will be placed on campus sale. J
Rather than the special themesl
which have featured recent issues ofI
Gargoyle, the unnamed cover of this

In Lne eI Li r a co umns.I. nc1ue u in
the latter also are comnimentary on,
Chimes, campus literary paper which
ended publication before the Chirst-
mas vacation, and a campus contribu-
tion on companions suitable for movie



number is the basis of a prize title i attendance. Among the literary wrk00LIES ARE AROUSED Green has kept his promise to
cvelin the issue, the boo review depart-h
rial colums of the magazine. Though ment carries comment on rive recent divorce the conservation depart-
~ . .. { ent form politis, and to keep
Britton Of Illinois Refuses To Agree the nature of the prize is withheld, an publications, including "Galahad" by lianks, Stores Closed In Concession; it on its merits where it belongs,"
Declaring lie ]Knows iMore About award is promised for the best title to John Ershine, and 'Which Way Par- cQu4 n of Eai~cuaiion of City the resolution read. "We tae
NavyTiann aton's Head be contributed. nassusby Percy Marks. Is eig Consdered pride in calling Green the con-
The approaching activities of the The "Question Box" and the "Doro-pi c ne_
J-Hop week end are made the sub- thy Dix" columns are also prominent servation governor,' and in offer-
ject of both art and literary work. in the literary work of the magazine, By Associated ) ing him our support in making
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.-President "At the J-Hop House Party" by Albert which includes humorous articles on LONDON, Jan. 5.-Warships have Michigan the greatest out-doorj
Coolidge sought today to fight the Vyse, '28, and "The Chaperones Will, complexions, cosmetics, "Words of bn ordered to proceed at once from state in the Union."I
guns of "big navy" men in the House Get You" by Fred Hill, 27, art editor, Wisdom," and "Household Hints." _!ihconcessonistheaenedbthous
with a warning that budget estimates ands of Chinese coolies, aroused to an
for the department for thepnext fiscal almst uncontrollable state by agita-
yerms o eover-stepped. PAMUIPHLET IL-OIR IMP ING 9 1 1fJtors, and where other foreign interestsUNTE1S ATS11"TS
be li~it! IKULLILUII1IU UIIL[almost, if not quite, as seriously II~ T T S LFS
Intervening at a time when sent-h
went the House was growing for 1 -O IA IO S1I D gN [~hetnd
an nappropriation to begin the con-1 JNIC A A
stretion of three cruisers already au- Th rh crer Vinditiie, te
th rzd h rsdnti etrt rom Hlongkong to reinforce the war- Wih!p r o nter w y___
thorized, the President letter to House Party Rules Are Also Listed; Bridge, Chess, Checker, Tourna'nents ships at Hankow. The naval forces at aries sent7o aunagua In Ie
Representative French, Republican, Invitations Will Be Issued Being Planned By Committee For the disturbed ports consists of a Brit- spose To Pleas From Italy, Eng-
Idaho, in charge of the navy supply Tomorrow Afternoon Only All Men Students ish destroyer, two gun-boats and a land For Protection of Nationals
bill, declared: "The budget represents s__p,_wJapnesgn-batsa
mybest judgment, and I feel it my N OSGSALWD y w ba pan gnbas
duty to defnd itand support it." NO CORSAGES ALLOWED TO REGISTER AT UNION Frenchgun-boat and sloop, ad wh WILL AID DIAZ FACTION
Britton Objects sels" in the report received at London.
Accepting the warning as a chal- General rules and regulations Four loving enups are offered as oProgress Is Slow. (by Associated Press)
lenge, Representative Britton, R epu-1 adopted by the J-Hop committee to prizes for the }winners of the all- Hankow, however is aboutpr00g; t ASIIING'0N Ja.5.tbeUtt ed
adoped bthIl-Hpcomiteemtberiioefforhhe navals fctemal-Iimiles from Shanghai ani the prog- States decided today to permit the ex-
lican, Ill., a membero te naalargm- govern the 1927 Hop and attendant campus bridge, checker and chess ress of the reinforcing warships along rtation of arms and munitions to
mteananavctofa larger rportationheofiarmsciandwmunitionsonto
mittee and an adocat of I house parties were issued yesterday tournaments which will be held com- the Yangese Kiang will necessarily Nicaragua to aid the Diaz government,
navy, told the House that "when thegY
President is wrong, I refuse to follow in the form of a printed pamphlet. mencing next week under the auspices not be so speedy as on the open sea. whichdhas been recognized by the
him, and he is wrong in this instance." One will be presented to each guest of the Union house committee. Therefore, untilthey arrive at their ste tment aainin
him, destination axiety will not be lifted, self against the Sacasa liberal section.
"I know more about the navy than and the regulations as stated therein Registration for the contests may Latest reports indicate that the situ- Under an embargo on such ship-
the President of the United States will supersede all previous regulations be made today and through next Mon- ation at Ilankow has taken a turn for iment. placed last Septembei, a license
does," he said, adding, "the time to ;
apropri"ae ford thdge ruies is concerning the Hop and house parties. day at the main desk in the lobby, and the worse, and government officials ' has been granted for shipment of 1,000
appropriate for these cruisers is -- - -rifes 160 machine guns and several
now." It was decided that no corsages is open to all members of the Union, are inclined to view it with grave con- rile 1 m acine gunn svrl
ern, although still hoping that serious I million rounds of amunition pu-
General debate on the supply meas- will be worn at the Hop, while danc- including freshmen. Partners for the trouble will be averted by the Chin- i chased in the United States to Nan-
uoe yas condluded by the House late ing will cease at 3 o'clock in the bridge games must make their entry ese authorities, upon whom the onus nagua, seat of the Diaz government.
today, and its reading was begun with morning. There will be no decora- together. Should a sufficient number of preserving order rests. ' This action was taken in response1
amendments in order.Sera y-
tions.o1 the measure, among them tions of individual booths except by of entries be received, a consolation For several days past at the Chin- to an appeal by Diaz for assistance.-
those which maintained tge navy per- the Hop committee, although each tournament will be arranged, Dalton ese city, coolies have been out of He has repeatedly insisted he wouldI
D. Walper, '29, who is in charge of the hand. The British concession guard be able to maintain himself in power,
sonnel at its present rank, were ap- hnots a ent N spos coetests, has anounced. was almost overwhelmed more than except for shortage of arms, against
proved; but under agreement the for its arrangements. No spectators Pairings for the es will be post- once by the fanatical Chinese, and it his enemies whom he charged were
more controversial provisions, in- will be allowed to enter the gym and s on the ain bulletin board in the was with the utmost difficulty that getting supplies from Mexico.
eluding those relating to cruisers, no couple will be permitted to leave lobby of the Union next Monday fol- j they were able to give the residents Coincident with the granting of theo
were held over until tomorrow. the building after they have once en- lorig the closing of regiatio. of the concession anything like ade- arms shipment license orders were
Cooldge Explains Stand tered. Progress of the tournament will alos quate protection, since they were not issued for the sending of a detachner
The President said he was prompted Offenders will be ejected from the be posted on the board from day to permitted to fire upon the invaders. of American marines to NAnnatth.
to write to Representative French, hall and their names reported to the day. A loving cup will be awarded to Eventually they gave over the control This was done, it was assrte at the
"because of certain reports that have Student Council Advisory committee the winners of the chess and checker to the Chinese troops. Nevertheless,, state department, in rsp'anss to a-a
come to me relative to failure of ap- within 24 hours. contests, and eachmember of the the concession was invaded by the peals by the charge d'affairs of Great
propriations for the building of crus- At least one of the chaperones for winning bridge team.emb ofiesth and a message fromoHankow, Britain and Italy, for protectomnof
each house party must be a parent of timed 1 o'clock this afternoon, report- their nationals, and upon recommen-;
Representative Britton is among one of the active members of the ed that owing to the serious positions ation of Rear-Admiral Latimer, in
those -who contemplate amending the group, or a member of the University Faculty TPh reatens in the concession, banks and stores charge of American Naval fos.ces if
appropriation bill to provide imme- Senate with his wife, that is, either a bd been closed indefinitely and the-s Nicaraguan waters. sa
diate funds for the three cruisers. professor, assistant professor, or as- o Abolish o t question of evacuation was being con- The sending of marines to the calu-E
Whether the plan would be changed sociate professor. Before permission IFesr trrl.k ,tual restores the status quo of he au-
by the announced intention of Repre- will be granted to any group to hold t Souther S chool f Fr LOd rek n j tumn mfi1t25,edetharguard 13iyeirsa
senttiv Tison theRepblian ho J-IIophoue prtya cpy f te IOficials in London are not neces- been maintained there for 13 years
s e t a i e il o , th e R ep u b lic a n w h o a J -H o p h o u s e p a rty , a c o p y o f th es a i y w r ed v r th s f ty f th w s w t d a w .
seeks re-authorization of the cruisers, regulations must be presented to the(d sarily worried over the safety of the was withdrawn.
reaie t e en.Te ilo JHp omite it sgedcaue(By Associated Prss) foreign residences, who, they say, may While these developments in the
amendment, he explained today, mere- indicating agreement to the stipula- BUCKHANNON W. Va., Jan. 5.-Dr. be easily evacuated any time seen fit, Nicaraguan situation were being an-c
y nwould appropriate a nominal sum- tions it contains. Homer mh u Waik, presideit of West but they fear an outbreak of one kind nounced at the state department, the
to provide for the drawing of plans House parties may not begin before Virginia Wesleyan college, in an ad-; or another which would invokpe a I Senate foreign relations committee
drs)oud~gauae tcae x clash with the marines and troops. iwsi eso odsusarslto
for the ships and would serve to pre- Friday morning nor will they be per-i dress to undirdraauatees at chapel ex- SaiBritishn sailors were in- yr D eoton
vent lapse on next July 1 of congres- mitted to continue later than 6 o'clock ercises today said athletics might be Sral itin or were by Senator Wheeler, Democrat, on-s
sioal uthrit tobuld hem Sudaynigt.Daningmus ceseabolished entirely at the colege if ;j'ured in the rioting on Monday, but ana, dmandn that the inaval forces
sionzal authority to build them. Sunday night. Dancing must cease aoshdntryatheclge1 none seriously. Two Chinese are alsoinNaaga eim daty with-
Representative Britton a r g u e d by 2:30 o'clock on Saturday morning, any determined effort was made by roe s o Two Ch inre in Nicaragua he immediately with-
against restricting the navy's expan- and 12 o'clock Saturday night. the student body to hinder tie curtail- rnthefighting isted no serious menace to Amterican-
sion pending the calling of another No invitations will be given out for nent programne put in effect re- it mameri
arms limitation conference, as hoped the Hop today. They will be issued estly. sc interest there. At a brief meeting it
for by the President. He described for the last time from 2 to 5 o'clock! The president's talk followed a I LONDON, Jan. 5.-The British com- g was decided to invite Secretary Kel- I
the Geneva preliminary discussion of tomorrow at the booth in the Union. demonstration yesterday whens e was uity i Hankow is described "in ex- logg to appear before the committee
trent dangr bySir Percival Phil- fintroain
last year as "a joke," and declared It is important that all fraternities hissed by a group of students, appar- trescorrespondent of the Evening
"this country could hope to gain having booths turn in their crests by ientrytin protest againstitsaso re- s n t he NORFOLK,Va., Jan. .-The Uted
nothin in a imita ions p rley, e- to orro w fterno n. I ti~ct ig athletic activities as a m ean s ew s at H ankow . Its sole reliance, N O F L ,Vh ean . T e U i e
nothing in a limitations parley, be- tomorrow afternoon. of providing funds for a new chair of says, is in the Chinese military, which States destroyers Borre and John D.-
cause the American navy has nothinghas not taken effective measures to Edwards left the navy yard here late
left to scrap S" u A Sonc . hi check the rising of "fanaticism." today for Nicaragua, where they will
Oliver Suggests Action Converson Three es rning join Rear-Admiral Latimer's special
On the other hand, Representative Na CL -'~, ionofthe new athletic policy today. Naval forces, Sir Percival reports,
Oliver, Democrat, Alabama, a member Navy Ships To En It was ated on behalf of the faculty were ready to land Tuesday, when aDar the destroyers Whittle and Tracy,
of the sub-committee which drew p Ta that repot o tehmeesage caie fron the Cantonese con- h roe Wte a a
thenaalsuply bilppseldyenSc edueltuens ate uruy.misi orig afais ha ifse r erfexggraedeathogha ewffaofwhcharrvethrerecntyforre
a ainst present expansion of the navy. actedunrulysingle shot was fired the troops could pais and overhauling.
He urged that President Coolidge be (By Associated Press) Students were reported planning a not be depended upon and would at- a etr pisaid t hae ten
iven the chance to seek further arms WASHINGTON, Jan 5.-A new era mass meeting for later in the week I tack the British concession. Native ny extra personnel, but both are re-
limitations, either at a Geneva confer- in United States naval history will to consider the situation. police in the concession refused to go
n, or at one called by himself. I have dawned fully at the end of the "We cannot an will not take any on duty and labor pickets now patrol supply of ammunition aboard.
The United States, he said, should Year 1927 when the archaic coal-burn- backward step," Dr. Wark told the the streets.
adhere to the Washington naval ;,h i battleship, born more than a cent- students. He said the action of the "I do not desire to be an alarmist," Ship Explosion Kills
tret th Whbieved "a o en trustees was unanimous in behalf of Sir Percival says, but the position
treaty, although he believed "ah t of Robert Fulton, will be a thing of the new athletic policy and that the is very serious and the slightest in- T O- 35Are Inju
spirit of it has been violated by other pfaculty in solidly behind him. cident might precipitate a confiagra- red
signatory powers in the naval build. . th eventful past.
" ih d drwi a hts the Utah the B A itd P es)

Led Expedition Which Found Dinosaur
Eggs Millions Of Years Old
And Worth $10,000 Each
Roy Chapman Andrews, well known,

. Asiatic explorer and naturalist, who
gained fame for his discovery of dino-
-vusaur eggs millions of years old, will
speak as the sixth number on the an-
nal Oratorical Association tonight in
- Hill auditorium. Mr. Andrews will
Roy Clhipin anAndrews speak on "Prehistoric Life in Asia"
Naituralimstand.explorrwho Awill and his lecturewill be illustrated
speaik on "PrehistoiricILito in Asia with' both. still and motion pictures
tonight inHill auditorium. He is the taken on his most recent expedition
sixth of the lecturers on the program to Mongolia.
of the Oratorical as ociation. IThe third Asiatic expedition, frop
which the speaker has just returned,
has concluded its fourth year and has
thus far been the most successful
des the discovery of the dinosaur
eggs,Iwhich are worth $10,000 each,
the investigation has established be-
--LtIveLhLuantculture in this region in
F r'the n T kz t' size state the late Paleolithic or old stone age.
imher (:S t°iy isise SaFortRemains of flint flakes, old fireplaces,
New (tilhural Institute arrfagate and jaspar have beei found
there, and Mr. Andrews, who has per-
ADD T S fA E CONTROL sonally directed the work of the party,
brings back with him many pictures
(By Associated Press) of the specimens. So far the excava-
S5. tion work has yielded over 3,000 main-
RME, Jan. .--Simultaneously with mal remains, as well as more than 15,-
an announcement by Premier Musso- 000 specimens of other kinds.
hiii through a toir to the prefect of Is Party of 41
Italy, that Fascism henceforth will The expedition, which is sent out
mcan the I ta.ian state instea cf te under the joint auspices of the Ameri
aek ht rtyt e abnt unri can Museum of Natural History, the
p31-k rry, th(cabin et, tinderIAmerican-Asiatic association, and the
his presideney, took further steps to Asia magazine, contains a party of 41
Fascicize the 1ersonnel of the state. men, 14 of whom are Americans.and
Thu law previding for the dismissal the rest Mongol and Chinese assist-
ifmplJ~Oy~eM, Ilil~t() ('Oeital)e tthe ants. There are 7 motor cars and 143
ofemlyes hteroeqiabeto thI camels in the expedition also.
cedtral polHi, al It Ipnrtment, such as , So far the party has established
ftoign afais aad interior, was ex- J definite proof that ancient Asia was
I ended t isay ! I all hnployees of the the mother of life in Europe and
public udniiai > allt 01 mpad local orga- America, through the unearthing of
nu ea n m a lal orga-fossilized remains and skeletons, and
nizations such as ruble utilities which the work will be continued further
are not entirely under state control. by the same party.
Two ambitions of the intellectual The speaker has been identified with
faction of F aszcisrm wl'rie granted by excavations and investigations in the
the cabinet in the form of awarding a Far East ever since his appointment
300.000 lire subsidy for a nationals as associate curator of mammals of
Fascis t ciiltoral institute of Rome and the Eastern hemisphere at the Amer
the creation, on Monte Mu rio, Rom can Museum of Natural History in
o a Fascist consular c'ollrec. This 1914. He was born in Beloit, Wiscon-
college will train youths for consular, sin, and graduated from the Beloit col-
diplomatic, judiciary, administrative loge academy in 1902. Four years lat-
and state posts. er he graduated from Beloit college
A inimber of other important ap- and in 1908 went to Alaska. After
ipropriations included 5G,000,000 lire sppnding a year exploring this country
for public work at Naples and 40,000,- J he went as special naturalist on the
000 for a new hospital at Naples. I U. S. S. Albatross on its voyage to
the East Indies, Borneo, and, the Cel-
j gT I A TEebes. He explored North Cored in
- , I ' R 1911 and 1912 and then returned to
iN ELEGR1APHIC the United States where he received
his M. A. degree in 1913 from Colum-

TelegraphIc matches with all the
Big Ten universities except Purdue,
and with most of the leading schools,
including Cornell (Syracuse, Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, and Norwich
university, have been arranged for
the. R. 0. T. C. rifle team it was an-
nounced yesterday. The team will
also take part in the competition for
the Hearst National Intercollegiate
Rifle awards, for which practically
all of the recognized colleges and uni-
veristie, in the country have entered
teams. Trophies in this meet will *be

Given Appointment
In 1913 he went with the Borden
expedition to Alasi and upon his re-
turn was appointed leader of 'the
Asiatic expedition of the American
Museum of Natural History. He made
his first expedition in 1916 to Thibpt
and Borneo, his second to north China
and Mongolia in 1919 and his third,
which is still in progress, in 1921.
Mr. Andrews has appeared here be-
fore on the Oratorical association se-
ries. Ile, in addition to his explora-
tions served in the intelligence service
in China in 1918 and is a fellow of the
New York Academy of Sciences.


ing program."' reI eulag~,Li -iL-
__Wyoming, and the New York, which
ARCTI EXP ORER in their days have consumed unknown
ARCTIC , EXPLORER quantities of coal, remain to be mod-
POSTPONES SPEECH ernized. They will have a new set
of innards-namely, oil-burning fur-
naces to place them on a par with
Due to an unforseen change in his other first-rate ships of the fleets.
plans, Commander Robert A. Bartlett When they are turned out of dry-
noted Arctic explorer, who was to dock they will mark fulfillment of a
have lectured Jan. 12 in Hill audito- g
rium, has postponed his address herea program inaugurated more than 10
until Feb. 1 6., years ago when oil was determined
Commander Bartlett, in conjunction more desirable as a ship fuel.
with his lecture on "The Cruise of Alvantages of oil are found by Navy
the Morrissey," will present a collec- officials in its concentration of power
ho omvingy, pictupresenwhi c were-in less mass than coal, its cleanliness,
tion of moving pictures which were an dpaiiyfrhnln.Ol
taken by representatives of the Pathe and adaptability for handling. Oiy
corporation on his recent trip to the has a higher combustionefficiency
Arctic with the University of Michigan;an gives all ships greater cruising
and Putnam expeditions.; range.
The talk is a University lecture and Most of the newer oil-burning bat-
will be given under the auspicesaof tleships are electrically propelled. Oil
+,- l-, nilersgenerate steam which in turn

W ill StartP CementBALTIMORE, Jan. 5.--Two men are
eXiCO TO 'rcedead, three are missing and 35 injured
W ork On Bowl Soon Ati as a result of an explosion in the
SAgainst Foreigners Ipitch-filled hold of the French barque
Richelieu that transformed the trim
"Progress on Michigan's million- !four-master into a seething inferno.
dollar stadium is above all expecta- I1(By Associated Press) I ate s ethin infrn.
tions," declared Chief Engineer CreenI MEXICO CITY, Jan. 5.-Action by IAeship'srofficers a sc0penh
of the Osborn Engineering company the attorney general against those cadets aboard the vessel escaped in-
yesterday. Iforeign oil companies which refused Tjury.jue er n opias
"As soon as the last frost leaves ' to comply with the new petroleum The 35injured were in hospitals
here suffering froni serious burs.
the ground, which probably will be i and land laws has been ordered by Thirty-one of them are Negroes. Two
around the first of April, the cemient-, President Calles. Thithefthem egred. aro
ing will start. About 60,000 cubic ; The president's order, contained inI r of the five white met burned are
yards of dirt are still to be excavated a message to the department of in- nembers of the crew, while the oth-
and with steam shovels working at mdiustry, commerce and labor was as ens are dock hands.
full speed that section of the work1 follows:
will soon be completed," he con- "In accordance with the provisions SCHMA LZ MEETS
eluded. of article 27 of the constitution as STORE DIRECTORS
-- - I applied to the oil industry, notify the ST R ______
UPSON PUB S S B K "attorney general of the republic of I
the names of individuals or companies Prof. C. N. Schmalz, assistant dl-

given both for individual scores and_.---.-------
for team records. I
The first match will be Feb. 19. 'GLEE CLUB WILL
against Michigan State Collee. FEA TURE RADIO
Tryouts for the team will begini
Monday and will continue until the NIGHT PROGRAM
first shoot. The range at the R. O.1
T. C. armory will be open for practice G-
from 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock every af- Giving a series of Michigan songs,
ternoon. Five veterans froim the U ni- the Varsity Glee club will supply
vr, si r'ilu team of last year will be more than half of the Michigan Night
anzmo the cnidaftes for the team. Radio program which will be broad-
The team will be composed of 15 cast Friday, Jan. 14, from University
'egulars who will boe chosen by their hall and relayed through the Detroit
respective scores. Members of the News station WWJ, according to Wal-
teai will be a warded monograms the do M. Abbot of the rhetoric depart-
same as those given to members of the ment, program director.
boxing and fencing teams by the in- A discussion on the making of
tramural depariment. architecture will be given by Prof.
I Emil Lorch, head of the college of
C A RUN UI architecture. Prof. Edwin D. Dickin-
son of the Law school will talk on the
RE O TED BETTER "Relation of the United States to the
World Court," and James D. Bruce,
director of internal medicine and chief
In a telegrfi received by Paul I of the merical service at the Univer-
Buckley from buffalo, yesterday, Carl I sity hospital, will conclude the series
J. Lundqist, '28, student orchestra of four minute talks by speaking on
nemnber of the "Front Page Stuff" some phase of internal medicine.
company, who is critically ill with . _ _
pineumonia in a Buflola hospital, was T A l VA MI rATIdW


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