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VOL. XXXVII. No. 85

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ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1927

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PRICE FIVE CENTS

DEBATE TEAMS WILLAffirmative Team Will Face Ohio State
FACENORHWESERN In Central League Debate Here Tonight
OHIO TRIOS TONIGHT ~

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PRESIDENT PROMISES
EXPEDIENT RETURN OF
TROOPS IN NICARAGUA,

Negative Trio Journeys To Evanston
For Debate On Prohibition Question

SE[NATE DENIES SMITH
MEMBERSHIP PENDING
PUBLIC I STIGATION
ILLINOISAN WILL GET ChANCE
TO AMPLIFY TESTIMONY
ALREADY TAKEN
DEFEATED BY 16 VOTES

PROF. BRIGANCE OF WABASH
COLLEGE WILL JUDGE
LOCAL CONTEST
IENDERSON WILL PRESIDE
Question For Discussion Wily Concern
Immediate Repeal Of Eighteenth
Amendment
BULLETIN
By Smith H. Cady, Jr.
EVANSTON, Ill., Jan. 20.-
111chigan negative debating tem
which will meet Northwestern in
a Central league debate here to-
morrow night arrived in Chicago
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Karl R. Crawford, '27, William N.
Gall, '28, and Richard T. Savage,
'28, accompanied by Mr. Harry T.
Wood of the public speaking de-
Partment, made the trip.
TheI Michigan men will stay at
the Hotel Orrington, Evanston, to-
night. They will support the neg-
ative of the question: "Resolved,
that the 18th amendment should
be immediately repealed" in the
debate tomorrow night. Profes-
sor Neal, of the public speaking T
department of the University of
Wisconsin, will be the judge.
Michigan will tonight enter upon
Its thirtieth series of Central League
(1bnP- who tm o, )i nv~

U. S. FORCES Vi NICARAGUA
BE RECALLED AS SOON
AS FEASIBLE

TO

NEW MINISTER RECEIVED 1
i caragua Looks, To United States For
GC'idance And Ad, Cootidge
Is Informed
(By Associated Press)
WASIIJNGTON, Jan. 20.-President
Coolidge in accepti'ng the credentials
toda of the new Nicaraguan minister,
Alexandro Ccsar, gave assurance that
Photo by Rentschler American forces would be withdrawn !
Michigan's affirmative GeaaLe te am which will face Ohio State here from Nicaragua as soon as the neces-
tonight: Left to right, Stanley E. Dimond, '27, Stephen E. Jones, '27, and sity of their presence ceases.
Norman G. Bowersox, '27. The minister told Mr. Cooldige that
Nicaragua "looks confidently to the
MAW~flN WII I ni, MINIfM ( UnMi ted States for co-operation, guid-
ance,an aid." He came to Washing-

Sentators Will
Admittanc~e
'bakes

Vote On Ap )ointee,'s
After Comini ttte
Final Report

Photo by Rentschler
The three Michigan debaters con stituting the negative team, which
will meet the Northwestern team at Evanston tonight. Left to right, Wil-
liam N. Gall, '28, Robert T. Savage, '2 8, and Karl t. Crawford, '27.

umior nApprO AnRiv limmPAII

111111f UV 9IV tILL. £IUUUVU
LNTARCTICEXPEDITION
Famous Explorer To Give Illustrated
Lecture Tomorrow Night In
Hill Auditorium
WILL SHOW RARE FILMS

ue ai nuni eets nouvesiA
ii.i~t~L 'JIIU fl~e~I- Speaking under the auspices of the,
ty's negative team here at 8:00 o'clockks
in Hill auditorium, while Northwest- geology department for the benefit
enr's affirmative encounters Michi- of the Women's League building, Sir
gan's negative at Evanston, Ill. Douglas Mawson, K. B., F. R. S., will
The discusion will be on the question, give an illustrated lecture tomorrow
Resolved, That the Eighteenth Amend-
ment Should Be Immediately Repeal- night in Hill auditorium on the sub-
ed. The subject of prohibition is ex- ject, "Racing With Death in Antarctic
ceedingly timely and of interest to Blpzards," in which he will tell the
the general public, besides students. complete story of the Australian gov-
Many colleges throughout the country ernment expedition to the Antarctic.
have refused to debate the prohibi- As the most important expedition
tion situation on the ground that it is of its kind ever undertaken, this three
Te ative team has left for year period of discovery from 1911 to
The egaive eam has eftfor1914 has given to science practically
Evanston yesterday, accompanied by all of the present day knowledge o
Prof. Harry T. Wood of the public the vast frozen regions bordering the
speaking department. South Pole. In his lecture, Sir Doug-
Richard T. Savage, '28, is the first las will discuss not only his own ex-
speaker on tle negative. Savage is edition, but the results of all scien-
from La Porte, Ind., having prepared tifi eexploration which has been everi
for college in the La Porte high accomplished in those regions.
school. He has had two years of With six reels of films arranged in
high school debating, besides winning the form of a travelogue of the ex-
second honors in the Indiana state pedition, the steamer "Aurora" will
oratorical contest. Savage is a mem- be shown on her journey southward
ber of Adelphi House of Representa- to Macquarie Island where a wire-
tives, and represented that organiza- less station and base camp were
tion in the annual freshman debate eventually established. Later, when
with Alpha Nu. new land was discovered, the expedi-
Karl R. Crawford, '27, who is the tion was compelled to use a floating
second speaker on the team,, is from glacier as a base. In spite of the
Owosso. Crawford is the only debat- dangers encountered, a winter, was
er that is representing the universi- sl'ent there during which time the
ty of his, state, as the other five men sledging parties explored the neigh-
are from neighboring states. Craw- boring region, recording their obser-
ford had two years of high school de- vations graphically through the
bating experience, and is also a mem- camera.
ber of Adelphi. The pictures Sir Douglas will show
William N. Gall, '28, of Ingersoll, are said to surpass any travel or hunt
Ontario, is the final speaker of the pictures ever taken, giving views of a
negative. Gall prepared for college at region never seen by human beings.
Ingersoll high school, where he had The birds and animals which he shows
two years debating exerience. Gall in their natural surroundings have
is another Adelphian'and has been a! never been taken captive. The most
member fo the societies' freshmen de- interesting and humorous of these An-
bate team. No member of the nega- tarctic creatures are the penguins
tive trio has previously debated with which were found to live together in
the Varsity. large' colonies. Another remarkable
The affirmative team, which meets example of photography is shown in
Ohio tonight, has as its first speaker the pictures of a roaring blizzard in
Stanley E. Dimond,-'27. Dimond has Adelie Land ,where wind velocities
debated at the East High School of as high as 216 miles per hour were
Aurora, Ill., where he completed his recorded by meteorologists.
college preparatory work. Dimond is Tickets for the lecture are now on
a member of Alpha Nu, men's forensic sale at Wahr's bookstore.
society.
Stephen E. Jones, '27, the second Offi Will M e
speaker on the affirmative, is captain e ers X eet
of the Varsity hookey team. He is
the team's star goal tender. Jones is Tuesday To Discuss
from the Central high school of Du-
luth, Minn. He has had no previous Collection Of Dues
experience in debating.
Norman C. Bowersox, '27, is the
third and final speaker on the team.I
He is the only member that has had treasurers as to the method of col-
previous Varsity experience, having lecting dues, disbursing funds,cand
debated against Ilnois 1925. Bow keeping accounts of each class,
debtedaganstIllnoi in192. Bw-,Thomas Cavanaugh '27L, president ofJ
ersox is from Oak Harbor, Ohio,the Student counil, steysea
where he had considerable forensic the tuent tuistyed yete
activities. Bowersox is the present that the system this year will be the
speaker of Adelphi, and was a mem- same as tharemployed a year ago
her of its freshman debate team. ys during one week will is
Dr. W. D. Henderson, director of designated as Class Dues day early
nextseetrdrnwhctieds
the extension department, Will be thes will be payable by students of all
chairman of the debate. Prof. W. N.wllss ayaThesstudens lt
]3rigance, head of the public speaking I classes. The class treasurers will meet
Bigatnc, hea of tsh pub~lseange atat 4 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon in'
departmentof abashColege atroom 302 of the Union at which time
Crawfordsville, Ind., will be the sole the present system will be explained
judge of the contest.t. in detail.s
The Ohio team is composed of! Under the system which was used
Brooks McCracken, Alfred Cahen, Jr., last year treasurers of the classes of
and Nelson Rozelle. These men will t all the schools and colleges in the
speak in the order named. They will! University are reouired to maintain

If 111M59II~J Ul+i L U tIIA ILU I ton recently as a representaive of the HIII\ I AI..
Diaz government, which the United
States has recognized. The presenta-
tion of his letters of credit occurred
during the afternoon in the East I UO lIRIWN
Putnam Advises Americans IRoom of the White House.
I Ptna Aviss Aercau '1cbltei" Excerpts from the exchange be-
Into Amoy If Anti-Christian Provides $279,000,000 For Military Coolidge And i
Movement Spreads -tereside Colid athe new Purposes And $78,000,000 For In Fato
minister made public later showed Non-mliary Use - By
that Mr. Coolidge had referred to the
SPANISH PRIEST INJURED i long friendship which has existed be-F
tween the United States and Nic- MAKES FEW CHANGES DETAILS A
(By Associated Press) aragua, adding "That we are now
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-The Amer-- onice more in a position, due to the (By Associated Press) (By A
lean missioicries in remote stations tablishment in Nicaragaua of a con- WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-The House MEXICO CIT
I ~ icnmsi;are nrmt stain itutional government to which the-cagoemr
around Amoy have been warned to hold United States and other powers are ssed and sent to the Senate today can governmen
themselves ready to retire into that able to extend recognition, to resume the $357,000,000 army appropriations
United States
city should the anti-Christian move-I official relations is a matter of satis- bill providing for a standing force of eign Office mad
ment among the Chinese in Amoy Frii St118,750 a written stat
spread. 'For many years the United States Passage by a vote of 235 to 4 came if the Washi:
American Consul John R. Putnam, has been a good friend of the Nic- after the House for the second time ernments (an
+I a eetdtebde ueupo probable arbitr
at Amoy, reported to the state depart- airaguan people. Through our assist- had rejected the budget bureau pro President Coola
ment today that he had issued such ance, asked and apparently welcomed, posal for a standing army of 115,000. s ellol
advice owing to the agitation in Amoy Nicaragua has enjoyed years of peace I It did so by defeating 235 to 19, in a jatches receive
Tuesday, when the British steamer and tranquility, restored her almost iroll call vote, an effort by Representa- favoring a sett
en route from Foochow to Hlongkong;,j hopelessly shattered national finances,}INoitrmn
with priests, nuns and Chinese or- ; increased her economic resources and tive Blanton, Democrat, Texas, to Now it remai
phan refugees, was detained until the lastly improved her position before trim the bill to conform with the governments fo
Chinese refugees and one Spanish the world . We take no undue credit budget. propose the p
priest had been disembarked. for what was accomplished during As passed with no important chang- arbitrated and
Later a Spanish priest of Amoy that time. The chief credit belongs es, the bill provides $279,000,000 for to decide on an
was held up and injured by the riot- to the Nicaraguan people themselves. military and $78,000,000 for non-mili- the time and t
ers but was rescued by the police. "It was the sincere hope of This tary activities, including $50,000,000 cussions.
Still later, a mob stormed the Spanish country that those conditions would for work on riyer and harbor in- The foreign o
mission and four priests and five nuns continue and that it would be un- provements already . authorized and in English, say
took refuge on the American steamcsr necessary for the United States to $300,000 for Muscle Shoals. To con- rous questions
Consuelo, leaving the mission under take any action for the protection of tinue the five year program of the air present publica
police protection. its citizens and their interests, but i corps the bill provides $20,000,000, in- Mexican gover
Yesterday Amoy newspapers car- unfortunately such has not been the cluding funds for purchase of 574 is ready to ac
ried inflammatory articles accusing case. airplanes or 305 more than were pro- its difficulties
the Catholics of Foochow of having "Although American forces have vided for during the present fiscal should be deci
murdered children and committed with the consent and at the request of year. tion."
I other crimes, Putnam reported. the government, been landed in order! The measure would also raise the
"At present, the agitation seems to' to safeguard the legitimate interests of daily ration for each soldier from 35 1 WASHINGTO
be directed against the Catholics," the United States and the lives and to 40 cents. The House defeated, Kellogg withhe
his dispatch added, "but it is impossi- property of its citizens, this state of however, an amendment that would the announcem
ble to say whether it may spread affaiirs should not continue longer have prohibited use of butter sub- the Mexican for
against foreigners generally." than is necessary. - stitutes in national soldiers homes. was prepared t
The international settlement at Defines American Attitude It was sponsored by Representative the arbitration
Amoy remained quiet with protection "The United States, as I know your I Schafer, Republican, Wisconsin. dispute with ti
guaranteed by Chinese authorities, government and the people of Nicara- Iment.
Putnam said, and there has been no gua appreciate, has no selfish ends Earlierin the
other molestation of foreigners. or imperialistic designs to, serve. reiterated that
Least of all have we any desire to / Ft arbitration pro
influence or disturb in any way the inistry Formaion been receivedf
Opening uOfSimpson internal affairs of your country. n TI nels. It was a]
iIDtu ed! "The United States desires the in-'In Letter To M arx secretary hims
nstitue e a y e d dependence and prosperity of every yond the statem
Ft ' -rv Central American republic. The foun- (By Associated Press) day night in r
For Sturgis dArrivaldation for permanent stability within BERLIN, Jan. 20.-President von son arbitration
Nicaragua must, of course, be laid by Hindenburg is taking a more decisive The secretar
itinebugistkigowne eisv
Definite announcement of a date forits own government and I have been stand in the formation of a new min- to confer tom
the dedication and formal opening of pleased to see that the intial step for istry, Chancellor Marx having failed Coolidge as to
the Simpson Memorial Institute for the elimination of disaffection and the to bring together a coalition of the take. The reg
medical research has been postponed composing of sectional differences are middle parties. The president ad- the cabinet wil
due to delay in the arrival of D. already being taken." dressed a letter to Doctor Marx in- even wider dis
iMinister Cesar said he was not un- (.hi hIrsdn
Cyrus C. Sturgis of the H arvarid mid -. mindful of the "grave political, social sisting on the constitution of the cabi- if the Presiden
ical school who has been appointedindfcoofithe"tionstanocn- net at the earliest possible moment,
permanent director by the Regents. and economic questions that now con- commanding a majority in the Reich- GUARD
Ifront m onr.
Dr. Sturgis was expected to arrive r countr. astag. he
in Ann Arbor some time yesterday, "wI Fearing, however, that Germany's
but word was received by Dr. James problem," he added, "Nicaragua looksefforts toads paceful reconcilia-
ID. Bruce, acting director of the Insti- confidently to the United States for etison with the allies might be jeopar-
tute that he would not be here until died by von Hindenburg's deterina
ing learned that it may always count di e b vn ndeurs etrAna
Sunday. It was decided by the heads on finding here loyal and disinterested tion tat his own nationalist party A
of the hospital to defer naming a date st all be represented in the new min- CLE LAND
for the opening until he could be con- fends." istry, the Catholic Center has refused a boy, east adr
sulted. It is thought, however, that I to give Dr. Marx unconditional per -La ie a
the date will be around Feb. 10. Ar- Brown W ill Speak mission to accept the president's see-. poundingice l
rangements are being made by those D tondtmandate to him to form a cabinet..
in charge of the program and opening. Before Detr Club The Centrist members of the Reich A search la
stag, during a stormy two hour ca- tie John H. Fa
e cus today, at which several of the tuedoh er
Typus Reducion Prof. Everett S. Brown of the poll- leaders are reporte, to have threat- turned to her
--tical science "department will deliver ened to quit the party, voted to de- her way thro2
Laid To Drainage an address on "The Immortal Memory mand that the nationalists answer a thoy
of Robert Burns," at the anniversary series of questions to be formulated t 1ons.
,. .- I -., 9 r el' r ow

GOVERNMENT
TO ARBITRATE

Kellogg Reported
r Of Settlement
Negotiation

To Be

ARE UNSETTLED
ssociated Press)
'Y, Jan. 20.-The Mexi-
nt accepts in principle
its differences with the
government. The for-
e this announcement in
enent tonight:
rgton and Mexico gov-
agree on details, it is

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-Frank L.
Smith, Ilinois, was denied admission
today to the Senate by a vote of 48
to 33 pending further investigation
bf the financing of his primary cam-
paign in large part by operatives of
public utilities.
Arrangement for a public hearing
for Smith will be made Saturday by
the privileges and elections commit-
tee, and senators say he will be give,
every opportunity to amplify testi-
mony already taken by a senate com-
mittee, concerning contributions by
Samuel Insull and other officials of
rail and light corporations in his
home state.
Smith Preparing Reply
Afterthe elections committee whitch,
it is promised, will act as speedily as
possible, reports, the Senate will vote
again to determine whether it will ad-
mit Smith under the credentials is-
i'sued by Governor Small, sending him
to fill out the unexpired term ending
next March 4 of the late William D.
McKinley, whom he defeated in the
primary contest.
Immediately after the Senate vote,
Smith, who had listened to two days
of oratory on his case, returned to
his headquarters at the Willard hotel
to begin the preparation of a public
statement. lie will remain in Wash-

ration will be invoked. ington during the hearing by the elec-
idge and Secretarydof tions committee.
are reported in dis- ;Tfhe size of the majority against ad-
d in Mexico also to be ministering the oath to the former
lement by negotiation. chairman of the Ilinois commerce
ns for one or the .other commission in advance of his hearing,
rmnally or informally to I furnished the only surprise in the
recise question to be Senate proceedings in the case. Op-
to initiate negotiations ponents of admitting him even tempo-
'arbitral tribunal, and rarily had counted on a majority of
the place for the dis- only seven insteadof sixteen.
'RuchDe bate Incurred
ffice statement, written During the closing hours of what
s: "Answering nume- !today proved a debate that held the
with regard to the attention and frequently incited the
tions in the press, the laughter of crowded galleries, there
nment declares that it were determined efforts to switch
cept in principle that votes both by discussion on the floor
With the United States and argument in the cloakroom.
ded by way of arbitra- ( At times the atmosphere was rather
tense and there were undercover

N, Jan. 20.-Secretaryj
Ad comment tonight on
nent to the press byj
reign office that Mexico
o accept "in principle"I
method of adjusting its!
he Washington govern-
e day the secretary had1
no indication of an
osal from Mexico hadf
through official chan-}
Iso understood that the!
elf had not gone be-
nent he issued Wednes-j
espouse to the Robin-
resolution.
y will have opportunity
orrow with President
steps he may desire to
ular Friday meeting of
Il present a chance for
cussion of the subject,
t so desires.

charges by each side that the other
was being supported by one of the
most powerful lobbies in the recent
history of the Senate. If such were
the case there were few evidences of
it in the anterooms and corridors.
Apparently there was some break-
ing away at the finish, but whatever
it was, it was decidedly against Simth.
He drew support of four Democrats
-Smith and Blease, of South Caro-
lina; Oberman of N. C., and Steck of
Iowa.
Some Republican regulars wept
against him, 15 Republicans and one
Farmer-labor, and 32 Democrats mak-
ing up the total of 48 who voted to
stop him at the Senate door.
Little, Cabot Confer
Nith Governor Green
About New Hospital

5 ABANDON There was still doubt yesterdayas
i to whether a new state tuberculosis
FOR BOY hospital would be buint in Ann Arbor,
ON LAKE and President Clarence Cook Little,
Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medical
school, and Dr: Harley A. Haynes,
ssociatecd Press) ( director of the University hospital
Jan. 20.-TPhe fate of Iwere in Lansing conferrring with
ift on a cake of ict :n'i Governor Green on the proposed pro-
a sudden thaw, tonight ject. Announcement had been made
ystery slocked in tiei some time previous to the effect that
eld off shore. $500,000 had been set aside by the
sting rear? 24 2legislature for the establishment of a
1 late in the day Nhei new tuberculosis hospital here, to be
rley, city fire boat, re- under the control of the officials- of
moorings after forcing the hospital and Medical school. The
gh the floes along the first move toward quashing the pro-
5 miles in both direc- ject appeared yesterday when Sen.
ESeymour H. Person introduced a bill
visibility had impeded repealing the plan on the grounds that
he two men inanair- it had been instituted for political
several hours churned reasons. A statement was also issued
f fog and snow hang- by Auditor General Fuller to the effect
ke in a futile effort to that the original appropriation of
way. $500,000 had been spent for other
was manne by firemen measures. These items were not
)f coast guards under I named, however. There is at present
pt. William Crapo. "We I a tubercular sanitarium at Howel
Pr fhn r wr, onn, , ii.. . . ., . 7. .. .. .

(By Assocated Press) dinner of the Detroit Burns club
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.-Reduction Tuesday evening at the Fort Wayne
of Chicago's typhoid death rate fromi hotel. Professor Brown has made a
34 per 1,000 population in 1880 to 0.73 special study of the life and literature
of Scotland having traveled in that
in 1926 was attributed to the operation country recently.
of the Chicago drainage canal andyy
Illinois sanitary district by Langdon -
Pearse, Chicago sanitary engineer, in1Group To Entertain
testimony today in the lake diversion I

tomorrow before the Centrists will the efforts of t
agree to participate in von Hinden-pa o
burg's bill to force a Rightist minis- phe ho for
try. the thick ialla
It is reported that the Centrists ing over th a
will demand among other guarantees The fireboatm
that the nationalists cease their at- and a crew o
tacks on the Versailles and Locarno command of Ca
treaties and openly subscribe to the he d t

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