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VOL. XXXVII. No. 82

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1927

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE FIVE CENTW

AIGLHR GIVES REP0RT
OF ATRHLETICS BOARD
TO NIERSTYSENATE'
MORE THAN 380,000 WITNESSED
EIGHT FOOTBALL GAMES
PLAYED LAST FALL
TAKES UP SEAT PROBLEM
Nely Building For Intramural Sports
Is Projected As Next Step

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COMMITTEE ENCOUNTERS TROUBLE
IN REMOVING VARE BALLOT BOXES,
(By Associated Press) 1objection. The protest was overruled,
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 17.-Unex- and exception taken and late in the
pected opposition in aligning the Sen-' day an appeal was filed in the state
ate committee investigating the Vare- Supreme court. Argument will be
i heard tomorrow morning on a petition'
Wilson senatorial election contest to to grant a supersedean pending the
take the 2,000 ballot boxes in Phila- outcome of the appeal.
delphia to Washington for examina- Meanwhile, counsel for the custo-
tion, developed here today. I dians of the boxes agreed to do noth-
Just as a common pleas court judge ing pending the action of the Supreme
was about to grant authority for the court tomorrow.
removal of the boxes, an election offi- Mayor Kendrick and John N. Scott,
cer in the tenth division of the fourth erothonotary of the Common Pleas
ward, through his attorney, raised t court, jointly hold the keys.

SOVIETS DENY CHARGE'
OF COMMUNIST PLOTS'i
FROM MEXICAN BASES,,

CHARACTERIZES CHARGES
KELLOGG AS "FANTASTIC
AND RIDICILOUS'"

M 3EXICANr FEDERAL TROOPS
ENGAGE REBELS; KILL 100
(By Associated Press)
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 17.
More than 100 rebels have been
killed by the federals in a bat-
tle near Tetatitan, state of Ja-
lisco. The casualties are in
addition to the 100 reported yes-
terday.
This is the section, wheie the
Catholic archbishop, Franciso
Orozcoy Jinenez of Guadalajara I
j had taken the field at the head
of a revolutionary army under
the banner "Ciza Cristo Rey"
(long live Christ the king.)

WOLVERINES SNATCH LAST MINUTE VICTORY
FROM ILL INOIS BASKETERS, 25 TO 24, AFTER
TRAILING FOR THRE OUARTERS OFCONTEST

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HIS SHOT WINS

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Foreign M in ister Blames Incompetence
Of Statesmen In Fnvov-rin

CHAMBERS' BASKET WINS CLOSE
GAME BY NARROW MARGIN
IN LAST 90 SECONDS
DAUGHERITY IS STAR
Indians Ahead 13 To 6 At One Period
Of Game; Have One Point Lead
At Half Time

InAMhiletic lProgri'mL T"Bre Iln
Prof. Ralph Gt. Agler, chairman of I 'Tl A T W R IG ANNOUNCE OFFCIALAss"o,aed Pess
the Board in Control of Athletics, rT MOSCOW, Ja. 17.-rThe soviet gov-
viewed the activities of the Board dur- I[I ement, through acting foreign min-
ing the last year, outlined its plans I L L UI I Vrnment, thrTughNIIatingDrenm
for the development of an athletic-for- ister Maxin Litvinoss, today issued a
all program, and presented the finan-m y tart denial of charges made by Sec-
cal report, incluing the football earn- Comedy Club Production ( Single Authority ake ecisio retary of State Kellogg recently that it
ings fortthe 1926 season, before the Of Year Instead Of Three regarded Latin America and particu-
University Senate yesterday. -- ar'_y Mexico as a base for Communist
From the eight football games whichr x s s C m
were witnessed by a total of 383,654 TICKET SALE IS LARGE WILL MEET 0H10 HERE activity against the United States.
people, the Board received gross re- ( After live days of deliberation and
ceipts aggregating $488,618, the net "The Last Warning," a play by Judges have been chosen for the consultation with his colleagues at
receipts amounting to $316,698. The Thomas F. Fallon, will be presented Central League debates, which are to the foreign office, M. Litivinoss, who
three largest home games, with Illi- at 8:15 o'clock tonight in the Mimes take place Friday night, Jan. 21. G. is acting as foreign minister in the
nois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, con- theater by the Comedy club. This is E. Densmore of the public speaking absence of M. Thitcherin, now in
tributed almost equally to the total the second play of the club this year, department, who has been coaching France for his health, issued a state-
with $97,000 each. "Tea For Three" having been given the teams, announced that the debates ment characterizing as "fantastic and
Reviews Stadium Plans last fall. Besides the performance to- will be judged by a-single competent I ridiculous" the imputation made by
After reviewing the plans for the night, "The Last Warning" will also authority in the forensic field instead the American Secretary of State on
new stadium which were formulated be given tomorrow and Thursday. of the usual three judges of mediocre Jan. 12.
during the last year, Professor ;Agler The play is taken from "The House' quality. "An expert judge can be se- Interpreting the Secretary's state-
stated, "The work has progressed so of Fear, a novel by Wadsworth Camp, cured for the same expense and fee ment as implying that it was a Com-
fa that the completion of the stadium f and will be more completely staked that it takes to obtain the services of munist plot and intrigue in Nicara-
reedy for use by the football season than any production given in the three judges of average experience," gua and Mexico and that led to inter-
of 1927, seems assured." Mimes theater thus far this year. he said. vention in Nicaragua by the Amer-
Regarding the athletics-for-all pro- Special electrical equipment has been Prof. W. N. Brigance, head of the can navy, the Soviet official declared
gram of the Board, the report stated, secured, to supplement that already public speaking department of Wa- it would be as reasonable and logi-
"We look forward to the time when!installed, from the Kliegle brothers, bash college at Crawfordsville, Ind., cal to attribute floods in the United
every undergraduate in the Univer- the Universal Stage Lighting com-I will judge the Michigan-Ohio debate, States or earthquarkes in Japan to
sity who is physicially capable will pany, of New York city. Costumes which will be held here in Hill audi- such "intrigue."i
be taking some part in some physical for the costume playwhich is given torium. "Statesmen in capitalist countries,"
exercise. The first step might very within the main dramatic action have Prof. J. M. O'Neill, head of the pub- the acting foreign minister said,
naturally be the extension'of the re- been acquired from the New York lie speaking department at the Uni- "lately have taken to covering their
quired physical education to include Costume company of Chicago. Iversity of Wisconsin, will judge the incompetence in internal affairs of
the sophomore class, which is already Charles Livingstone, '27L, who was Michigan-Northwestern debate, which their aggressive aspirations in the
true in the case of the women of the formerly president of Mimes and who will be contested at Evanston, Ill. The field of foreign policy by showing up
University. After that time will come has also been president of Comedy club debate with Northwestern will be the so-called Bolshevik intrigues or plots.
the inclusion of the juniors and sen- will take the leading role. Living thirtieth contest that the two istitu- Wgiether the question at issue is a
iors." stone has also taken part in two tions have held since the Central De- mner's strike in England or an at-
In enlarging on this scope of activ- Michigan Union operas. bating league was iaugurated. tack by the American navy on the in-
ity, the report took up the need for The play, when produced in New dependent requblic of Nicaragua or
equipment for athletic purposes. Re- 1 York city, was one of the biggest suc- Vill Give Friedman the shipping of the people of Java in
garding a new field house for intra- cesses of the year according to offices Sumatra by the Dutch police, there is
mural athletics, the statement was of the Comedy club, having run for l iT always the same justification-the plot
made, "That while no definite action more than a year there. It is a mys- and intrigue of the Bolshevik govern-
has been taken toward the accomplish- tery play, depending for much of its ment
ment of the next step in the list of success on trick lighting effects. The i nesota Contest Itwould simply be an insult to
additions, within another month or plot revolves around the idea of a (public opinion were I seriously to re-
two, the Board would be ready to haunted theater. Bennie Friedman, all-AmericanIpiate such fantasticaccusations"
enter upon the erection of another Tickets, which were placed on sale Be aniecFied n al-mican
quarterback and captain of Michigan'sI
large building which will be devoted last Friday at the Mimes theater, have1
to indoor sports. This structure is sold rapidly for all three perform- 1926 IBig Ten championship football] MOTION PIC TURES
to provide opportunities for wrest- ances, although there is a number of team, will be awarded the Chicago TO BE SHOW 1CBY
ing, boxing, handball, squash, swim- them available. Those seats remain- Tribune's "most valuable player" R. . T C. TONIGHT
Tiing, and basketball. Only the most ing will be on sale from 9 to 5 oclock award between the halves of the -
infrma etmtsfcothvbenItoday at the box office of the Mimes IMcga-insabsktllae Fverlsomtonptuse-
received but these indicate an ex-n theater and also tonight up to the time Five reels of motion pictures e -
penditure of $350,000." - of the performance. Persons desir- I Monday at Yost field house. Harvey titled, "Flashes of Action," which have
To Be Further Expenditures ing to reserve tickets may do so by Woodruff, who conducts the Tribune's recently been received by the R. O. T.
te, when these additions have calling the Union any time today and feature column "In the Wake of the C. department from Headquarters
Lecompleted, and more funds are calling for them before 8 o'clock to- News" will be present and will award Sixth Corps Area, Chicago, Ill., will
availableterewinllbefundhar ex-night. They are priced at 50 and 75 the trophy to Friedman. be shown at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
available, there will be further Ix- cents. The Michigan field general is the Natural Science auditorium. These
penditures, the reports stated, which third man to receive the trophy which films are of the World war.
Sdisgiven to the player "of greatest Taken by the army Signal corps
University goalf course, and the con Policies Unchanged ;value to his team." Red Grange was these pictures are official and show
dstruetiong of an artificial ice plant for I or the first player to win the honor and not only land operations but also
the Coliseum ice rnk. oward Nicaraguan Tim Lowry, Northwestern's clever work accomplished by destroyers con-
In dealing with the football ticket .uato ,S. nrg won the trophy last year. voylng troop ships. Pictures of com-
situation, F was the runner-up to Low- bat show the troops going into action
problems which are expected to cause i St ain s e o tFida a h unru oLw
dissatisfaction even when the new ry in the balloting of the 10 coaches, and in action, and clearly indicate the
stdiuisconsred. Ihen the fi 10 officials, and 10 sports critics last formations used by American troops
stadium is constructed. In the first WASHINGTON, Jan. 17.-Beyond yer n hetoh a in France
place, it was stated, there will be less denial by Secretary Kellogg of a news-' year a the trohga-presented-i Tae.
th n hl fte 7,000 seats on the paeItr h t tee hs be to Lowry at the Michi ga n- orthwest- fitlTe showing in t in y for the .b ne-
than half of the 70,000 setIo h paper story that there has been a fit of students of the R. O. T. C. de..
two sides of the field between the change in the administration's policy erg ame at Evanston. of tents othe Itr0sT.dC.ade
goa hu s, and the vi iti g ea m wil t w ar Ni ar gua t ere w as a ull lerb Joesting, M innesota's all- I Partnent, but others interested have
goal lines, and the visiting team will toward Nicaragua, there was a lull American fullack, was Frie m 1i' been invited to attend. There will be I
be entitled to one fourth of these here today in developments touching Ameria fua was rieano admission charge.
sideline seats. Regarding the re- affairs in that disordered country. closst rival for the honor this year,
quests for preferential seats by stu-, In both the Senate and House the and it is significant that the trophy,
dents and alumni, the situation wasdI1Nicaraguan question was shunted to is to be given at the lichigan-Minc- EXPECT SMITH TO
pictured as one in which "the alum- one side for other business, but it is sota basketball game. APPLY FOR SEAT
nus or student asks not so much the 1 expected to come to the fore again
privilege of occupying a seat in a the rmiddle of the week, when the REQUE1ST MONEY <k(yAssociated Press)
favorable location, but that he, with Senate foreign relations committee i WASHINGTON, Jan. 17.-Whether
his friends or relatives up to the limit meets to consider what action shall FOR BUILDINGS Frank L. Smith, senator-elect from
of the permissible ticket distribution, I be taken with respect to publication 1___Illinois, will present his credentials
should occupy such desirable posi- of the revised version of Secretary to the Senate tomorrow or Wednes-
lions." Kellogg's recent testimony before it. (By Associated Press) ay will be determined after his at-
No action was taken by the Univer- The prospect of peace by mediation WASHINGTON, Jan. 17.-Emibrac- rival here early tomorrow from Chi-_
sity Senate on the proposed mid-year I in Nicaragua became more remote ing every state in the Union, the ad- cago.
convocation for students graduating through refusal by Adolfo Diaz, who ministration's plan for an alternae I Senate leaders have planned to re-
at the end of the first semester. has been recognized as president by expenditure of about $200,000,000 for sume consideration of the Lausanne
The legislative program for the en- the United States, to accept the prof- new post offices or federal buildings treaty at 2 o'clock tomorrow with the
suing year was discussed by the body I fered good offices of President Jilinez in 225 cities was presented today to hope of a vote before adjournment at
but no decisions were reached. of Costa Rica. Congress. Endorsed by both Secre- the request that Mr. Smith delay till
His refusal caused no surprise at Itary Mellon and Postmaster- Gneal Wednesday making his formal de-
the State department, although no New, the program was said to repre- iand of the Senate for the seat to
EDDY WILL TALK official comment was available. I sent the minimum public buildings which Governor Small appointed him
AT MASS MEETING - _ _ _needs of the nations. It was drafted recently in succession to the late Sen.
STATE AUDITORS by a joint committee of Treasury andl William B. McKinley.
Sherwood Eddy, noted Y. M. C. A.IPost Office department ocis When Smith does appear before the
official, will speak to a student mass' SEIZE ACCOUNTS Congress last winter authorized an Senate, Senator Reed, Democrat, Mis--
meeting on Sunday, Feb. 20, in Hill apprpriation of $100,000,000 to be ex-- souri, chairman of the committee
y will talk under LANSING, Jan. 17.-State auditors pended over a ive year period for which developed an expenditure of

the auspices of the Student Christian seized all books and records and took new government builings outside of $350,000 in his primary campaign in
association. 1HIcwill see leaders who charge of affairs at the state-owned Washington. Recently, however, Sec- Illinois, will offer a motion that his
snattended .theHwilwkee conference Chelsea cement plant early this retary Mellon appeared before the credentials be referred to the elections
held during the holiday vacation on I morning. The decision to rush into i House public buildings committee and committee for a public hearing.
Sunday afternoon. His suject for this investigation immediately was I indicated that an additional $100,000,-
r-. +alr will he "Leons from the made by Governor Fred W. Green 000 would be needed to care for all 1-g ) g g ruIATF V

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CLAUDE TO SPEAK ON
REISEARCH TOMORROW
Distinguished French Engineer Will
Lecture On His Experiences
In Industrial Work
j INVENTED PROCESSES
I Georges Claude, Chevalier of the
Legion of Honor, one of the distin-
guished engineers of France, and mem-
ber of the French Academy of Science,
'will lecture at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
in Natural Science auditorium on his
j experiences in scientific and industrial
research. Dr. Claude is known for
the invention of the Claude liquefac-
tion process for the manufacture of
oxygen, operated in this country by 1
the Air Reduction company, which
furnishes over half of the oxygen used
in the United States.{
Inventor of Neon tubes, and thef
Claude process for synthetic ammonia,
Dr. Claude also has to his credit the

By Wilton Simpson
Once again the smooth fur of the
- Wolverines is shorter, straighter, and
stiffer as a result of a scare given
them by the Indians from the 'Univer-
sity of Illinois. Without exception,
when the Illini invade the stamping
ground around Ann Arbor, the Wol-
verines must battle for their lives, and
last night they barely managed to eke
through with a 25-24 victory after a
desperate fight in Yost field house.
I Is Repetition Of Year Ago
Last night's wild game of basket-
ball was practically a repetition of
the Illinois-Michigan battle of a year
ago, when the Illini snatched victory
out of the fire in the last minute of
play and marched home with 3I
Capt. Eddie Chambers points, while the Wolverines nursed
Whose basket in the last minute of defeat with 29 tallies on the score
'play was the shot that gave Michigan board.
its 25-24 victory over Illinois last Michigan opened the scoring, mak-
night in Yost field house. ( ing its first point on a free throw by
Oosterbaan, but was unable to hold
the lead for more than a minute.
Daugherity, captain and star forward
of the Illionis team, made a basket
from the middle of the court, and
Stewart added another point on a
free throw, giving the Suckers a two
f ~point advantage._ Reynolds followed
immediately with a field goal, drib-
Arthur Coggeshall Will Show Motion bling through the Michigan defense
Pictures From "Lost World" and scoring a basket unassisted.
Along With Address I Harrigan Brings Up Count
I Harrigan, was fouled by Daugherity,
LECTURE OPEN TO ALL and was a given a free try for a point,
and brought the count to 5 to 2. Har-
rigan managed to score a basket on a
Speaking on the subject, "Turning back-hand shot. Michigan took the
Back the Clock Ten Million Years," lead for the first time, and the last,
Arthur S. Coggeshall, curator of edu- until the final minute of play, when
cation of the Carnegie museum at Oosterbaan scored a field goal after
Pittsburgh, will lecture here at 8 receiving the ball on a short pass
from Chambers. Just as the first
o'clock tomorrow night in Natural period ended Oosterban 1eaned nnin

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discovery of several high explosives
and a method used by the French
in the late war for generating chlor-
ine gas. As a member of the commis-'
sion for inventions of the French army,
Dr. Claude was of service to his
country, and at the close of the war 7
he was given one of the high degrees
in the Legion of Honor.
Numerous books have been written
by Dr. Claude, one of which, "Elec-
tricity in Reach of All," has been
translated into many languages. AsI
the result of his advances made in
scientific research he was awarded3
by the French Academy of Science
the Hebert prize, receiving it in 1904.1
In 1908 he was given the Montejon
prize, and in 1921 the LeConte prize.
It was in 1924 that his election to the
academy took place, Dr. Claude suc-
ceeding the late Maurice Leblanc.
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Science auditorium under the auspices
of the geology and zoology depart-
ments.
Supplementing his lecture with four
reels of moving pictures, which pre-
sent restoration of prehistoric dino-
saurs as they appeared in life, Mr.
Coggeshall will tell the story of the
finding, excavation, and restoration of
similar giant dinosaurs which were
'discovered during one of the recent
expeditions of the Carnegie museum
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The moving pictures to be presented
At Cedar Falls, 11-12 by Mr. Coggeshall were taken fromi
' The Lost World" through special ar-
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CEDAR, FALLS, Ia., Jan.

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Michigan's wrestling team avea'ged
their 12-11 defeat last Saturday night
at the hands of Cornell college by
winning their meet with Iowa State,
Teachers college at Cedar Falls, Ia.,
by the same score, 12 to 11. All of
the bouts except one, were rendered
by decisions.
In the 115 pound division Baker,
Michigan, added to his list of vic-
tories by defeating Laland of the Iowa I
team. Naglekirk, Wolverine 125
pounder, gained his second bout of
the seasan from O'Brien by a decision.
Watson, Michigan, won a decision over
'Bartelme, Teachers college, to in-
crease the Wolverine lead to nine.
p o ints.._
Grashowski, Teachers college, de-
feated Sauer, Michigan, by gaining
the only fall of the meet, earning five
points for his team. Donahoe, Michi-
gan captain, won the 158 pound event
by a decision over Renter. Greiling,
Michigan 175 pounder, was defeated,
by Orr, while Croy, Teachers college,
won the heavyweight event from Pres-
cott, Michigan, by a decision.
Nash Will Present
Address Discussing
Teachings Of Jesus

Pictures corporation and are repre-
sentative of the best scientific knowl-
edge of these prehistoric animals, be-
ing made under the direction of scien-
tists from the American Museum of
National History, the United States
National History museum, and thes
Carnegie museum.
While the lecture is open to the
public it is intended primarily for
students of geology and zoological
evolution.
College Of Dental !
Surgery Re-Named
According to action taken by the
Regents Jan. 6, the name of the Col-
lege of Dental Surgery has been
changed to the School of Dentistry.
This move was made because of the!
fact that that school=will demand twoj
years of preparatory work in the lit-
erary college of all applicants for ad-
mission and any unit that requires!
two or more years of pre-professional
work automatically becomes a school.I
Hereafter the course will consist of
two years pre-professional work and
three years in the chool of Dentistry
instead of one and four years re-
I spectively, as has been the rule in the
past.

a scramble beneath the Michigan bas-
ket and dropped the ball through the
hoop. Illinois held the lead until the
whistle. The score at the end of the
first half being 13 to 11 in favor of
Illinois.
Illinois was first to score in the
second period, Lindsay, tall center,
making a point on a free throw. Mc-
Coy, the Michigan- center, offset that
point' with a free throw, being given
a free try after he had been fouled
I by Lindsay. Lindsay and Daugherity
each scored a goal and brought the
count to 18-12. Coach Mather sub-
stituted Bo Molenda for Chambers.
The turning point of the game was
the expulsion of Daugherity, the star
of the Illinois team, from the game on
four personal fouls. Michigan gather-
ed speed, and soon narrowed down
the lead of the visitors. Oosterbaan,
on a sensational one-handed shot,
brought the Wolverines within one
point- of tying the Illini. Niarrikan
tied the count, 20-20.
Illini Again In Lead
Stewart put his team into the lead
!with two long field goals with but
three minutes to play. Michigan re-
gained its balance, and Oosterbaan
sank another shot from beneath the
basket. McCoy added another point
on a free throw.
Wild with excitement and maddened
by the fast pace, the players of both
tams turned the game into a tussle
which resembel a football game. After
see-sawing up and down the floor un-
til the final minute, Chambers, shoot-
irg the ball from the sidelines, scored
I the winning goal, giving his team its
seventh. consecutive victory of the
season.
The summary:
MICHIGAN (25)
FG FT P
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I Oosterbaan, rf .......... 4 1 0
McCoy, c .............. 0 3 1
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Norman B. Nash, professor of Chris- lI
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New Testament at the Episcopal I-
Theological ; school at Cambridge,1
Mass., has been engaged to speak un-

ROME.-A marble tablet, marking Daugherity, if........
she house where the noted American! Stewart, rf............
culptor, Augustus Saint - Gaudens Lindsay, c............
ived and worked from 1871 to 1875, McKay, lg ..............
Aas unveiled here. Reynolds, rg ...........
Greene, rf ..............
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