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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 95. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1928

EIGHT PAGES

COMMITTEE REPOBTS
ON BURTON M[MORIAL
AT COUNCIL MEETINGI
MORE THAN $ 3t i;0 COLLECTED
TO PUIRCHASE CHDIES FOR
PROPOSED CAMiPANILE,
STUDENTS URGED TO AID
Arrangement Discussed Whereby Up.
per Classcs )fay Register Early
For Cheering Section
Hearing the report of the committee
appointed to investigate the situation
in regard to the Burton Memorial
campanile, the Student council held its
first meeting of the semester last
night at the Union. More than $3,200j
has been collected thus far from the

LEAVES SOON FOR "LIBERTY" SUFFERS AS GARGOYLE
EUROPEAN TRIP OF ISSUE BURLESQUING ITS PO

Accurately burlesquing the Liberty "Two Bells," that contains more ex-
magazine from cover to cover, the citing episodes than any Liberty mys-
February Gargoyle, which is to be tery story.
on sale on the campus today, prom- Stew Fullatin (Hugh Fullerton)
ises to be one of the best issues of the contributes an article on "Tempera-
year. Every detail of Liberty, from ment," and Halter Neckersall (Walter
the reading time to the famous "Vox Eckersall) writes on football. The
Pop" column has been carefully stu- "Vox Pop" page, renamed "Faux Pas,"
died and then parodied. is an amusing feature, as are the
The fiction offered includes take- Bright Sayings, the cooking hints, and
offs on the major famous Liberty the page on styles.
stories. The book opens with "The The editorial page contains in a
Red Flannels of Germany" by Lloyd single editorial, biting satire on the
Ribbons, evidently a takeoff on the main points harped on consistently
well-known "Red Knight of Germany" and continuously by the Liberty ed-
by Floyd Gibbons "'S No Girl" is a itorial pages.
clever parody on "Show Girl." A Art work. this month is mainly con-
page is given to the life and works cerned with "doctoring" photographs,
of Long Chinny, who seems suspici- with truly striking results. There is,
ously like Lon Chaney. There is an however, some typical work. Ralph
automobile racing story that has a Barton's weekly Liberty page has
thrill in every line, and a takeoff on been reproduced by Lichty with a re-
"The Clock Strikes Two," called suit that surpasses the original in

OPENS SALE DRAMATIST WILL
PULAR FEATURES APPEAR TONIGHT
humorous efect. The cover, by Al
Vyse , portrays another domestic
scene in the lives o the now-famous
couple, whose history has been the
subject of innumerable Liberty covers.
"'S No Girl" is illustrated by Lichty
in the style of James Montgomery<
Flagg, while Al Vyse has some well
done work to supplement the mystery
story, "Two Bells."
Advertisements include clever take-
offs on Lucky Strike, Campbell's soup,
and Fleischmann's yeast ads. The:
magazine runs well over 50 pages and$
without a doubt will be the outstand-
ing number for this year.
Every story is replete with laughs
for those ignorant of Liberty's pro-
cedure, as well as for the constant"
reader of that magazine, and the en-
tire magazine succeeds admirably in
maintaining the illusion that the
reader is perusing a Liberty gone
strangely insane.

POLITICS DEFERBRED IN
CONGRESS FOR TALKS
ON PERTINENT BILLS
HIWELL LEADS RAID AGAINST
TERMINAL OF GOVER)3IENT
RAILROAD LINE
FIGHT TWO TERM LIMIT
Both Houses Discuss Local Issues In
Session 01 Debates On Alaskan
Railroad And Army Bill
(By Associated Press)
WAS'MINGTON, Feb. 8-President-
ial politics were side-tracked tem-
porarily in Congress today while
both houses worked on appropria-
tions that involved local issues.
A lone raid by Howell, of Nebraska,
calculated to make Anchorage in-
stead of Seward, Alaska, the perma-
nent ;terminal of the governmclat
railroad lead to a lesson on Alaskanr
geography in the Senate; in the
House the Republican bosses were
bowled over in opposing an addition-
al half million dollars in the army
bill for the national rifle matches
at Camp Perry, Ohio.
Howell went downi to defeat in
his proposal to starve the Anchor-
age-Seward section of the railroad to
death, but only after he had spread
a large m'ap of the region on the
I wall and invoked the attention of
his colleagues.
LaFollette Bill Shelved
This turn of events served to push
aside temporarily the LaFollette re-
solution to nut the Senate on record

I

John I. Effinger

,Dean of the literary college, who
various class treasuries for the pur-I sails Saturday for Europe. Dean 1
chasing of the chimes for the proposed Effinger was recently granted a leave DAILY EDITORIAL T1RYOUTS
campanill, it was 'reported by Jo Ijof absence for this semester. I
Chamberlin,'28 , chairman of the com- During the absence of the Dean, it iT Emar Those interested in trying out
nittee which had charge of the inves- was announced yesterday, Prof. Jesse Ufor the editorial staff of The
n t t e w i h h d c a g of t e i vsigation, and about $47,000 m ore is re- S . Reeves of the political science de- D aily are expected to re ort for O R T I 6A d b f r h h m s c n b u - la t e t w l c s c a r a f t ea m ei g a : 5 o c o k t i
quired before the chimes can be pur- partment will act as chairman of the na meeting at 4:15 o'clock this
chased. f lymeig fteci-Several Of Those Who Tried Out For afternoon in the front offices on GayacLareWonDraatist,il
It was recommended in the report erature, Science, and the Arts. Plays Before Examinations the second floor of the Press } Play 10 Parts in Production
of the committee that the student Are Cast In Play building. No experience is ne- Of Her Own Writing
body bend its efforts at the present cessary.
time toward the securing of funds for E INUR T The meeting for tryouts for EET
tietwrdtescuigo fnsfr IB I IS COMEDY INi FOUR ACTS te business staff of The Daily __
the purchasing of the chimes alone, thDailsnessHsRffFORTeDaiy
since the campanile will cost several will be held in the same place
hundred thousand dollars, and it was 11UILU(! Selection of George M. Coha's at 4:15 tomorrow afternoon. Presenting a play of her own com-
believed that perhaps if the student ThHome Towners as their forth-_position, Gay MacLaren, dramatist
byshwdainrstusdeadcoming production has been made by Iand play interpreter, will appear on
bed y showed an interest outside aid
might help in the construction of the Summer Session Will Include Eleven Mimes, and rehearsals are now being t ur t a s an
mIApthe cu rent Oratorical association
To purchase these chimes, according iAdvanced Students opening next Monday night in Mimes
____theater. The night at 8 o'clock. "Father and Dad,"
to information gathered from Earl V. h .production will run nht 8'lk Fhead d,
Moore, of the nivesit School of A I A throughout the week following the is the play which will be presented by
Moro h nvriy Sho fI KRAUSE fILL HEAD II) I MlXIschedule established for this year by PH TIL9lIAiI hIL ! MssEacTren
Music, will require approximately ss sdyMissacLaren.
$50,000, and if the campanile to house Ithe organization. Announcement coin- In her performance here tonight,
thom is-trectmdaiyethous Eieven courses in Library science cerning the cast will be made later. Faieu.r 02 United States, Argentina Miss MacLaren will impersonate the
them is not constructed by the timeg1
the money is raised they can be lo- will be offered in the Summer session "The Home Towners" is the last T t ,TotU tStT, rinaparts of 10 different characters inall.
cated in temporary quarters. of 1923, according to a recent an- work of Cohan and is said to be com- T o e To Ternis Over Tariff Like Edwin M. Whitney, who recently
Committee Urges Action nouncement from the office of Dean parable to "The Song and Dance Terms Causes Dispute rst "The Tailor Made Man," In
As a result of their investigationEdward H. Kraus These courses will Man," both of which have enjoyed Hill auditorium, she is well known on
the committee recommended that be open only to graduates and to long runs in New York and the prin- SUB40MMITTEES REPORT the stage as one of the leading wom-
some definite steps be taken toward those students who present 90 or more cipal theatrical centers. It is a farce en dramatists, having been termed by
raising funds for the chimes among hours of acceptable credit with at comedy in four acts presenting the (By Associated Press) some critics, "a one woman theatrical
the members of the student body at least one and one-third as many fortunes of a typical middle western HAVANA, Feb. 8-Argentina and company." A few years-ago she pre-
once, since the last class which re- j points as hours, and who have a youth who has become a New York the United States failed to come to sented "Enter Madam," before an Am
members President Burton will grad- reading knowledge of French and success within 25 years after his de- an understanding at the Pan-Ameri- Arbor audience in Hill auditorium.
uate in June. It is hoped that by grad- I German or approved equivalents. Sev- parture from his home and family. can conference today regarding the The theme of "Father and Dad," is
ual additions, from class treasuries eral of these courses will be among 1 The situations involve the clash of rights of Pan-Americanism to inter- taken from George Dorsey's "Why We
and other sources, the money for the ; those required for the special de- ( the urban and the suburban demeanor fere with the complete freedom c Behave Like Human Beings," in which
chimes will be secured within a few grees and certificates in connection and training, and bring into play the nations in assessing tariff schedules. he says, "We love our parents, not
years, at which time the drive for with library science. hilariously-drawn situations that have A deadlock had been threatening because they are o'er parents, but be-
the campanile itself can be under- Seniors in the summer school may gone to make up the reputation of the since Honorio Pueyrredon, head of cause they are lovable." The play is
taken. lithon elect their subjects from a group of author on the American stage. the Argentina delgation, had demand- divided into three parts and has to do
The council laid the matter on the seven courses, some of which will I"The Home Towners" will replace ed about a fortnight ago, that the with Harvey Barton, a young lawyer,
table for one week, hoping in that also be open to graduates. Among 1 Sidney Howard's "They Knew What Pan-American union be empowered and his Aunt Elsie, a character repr-
time to have formulated some definite the senior courses will be catalogu- They Wanted" which was announced to study' means to lower the exces- sentative of an American type that is
program toward the raising of the ing and cassification of books, for as the next production of the Mimes sive tariff walls i inter-American st passing-the middle west pioneer.
as the nxt prodction o tCritics sineotherffcitiesinintewhich Missi
money. The other m embers beside four hours credit; library adminis- Players. The Howard drama will be commerce. Today a sub-com-nittee Critics in other citiesan which Miss
Chamberlin who served on the inves- tration, for two hours credit; refer- given later in the year, along with meeting last week three hours end-iacLaenehaseprese dusFather and
tigatoon committee were once work, for three hours credit; such other plays as "The Devil's ed with Charles Evans Hughes, of , ger r ac-
B mauh'2,adElsMerry, '2., and a pro-seminary in special collec-. claim. Altogether she gave 10 r-
ll'mbh Su28,eads El1ictlsi oubs O te ly
Giln her8buiesobeerty, 28. and orpro-seminarybercaIo.cDisciple" and Owen Davis' "Icebound." the United States, and Dr. Pueyrre- c in Columus, s Oter ply
i h her Sucedss t s tions, for two hours credit, and given Recent tryouts held at the Mimes don in complete disaccord, and ap- which have been presented by Miss
In he other bunessmofsy theet- by Prof. F. L. D. Goodrich. theater resulted in much new ma- parently determined not to alter MacLaren are "The Enemy," by
sion e Ancil ">ani osy le The advanced courses in library terial which will be available for fu- their attitudes.C"
George Annable, '28, to replace science will piresuppose a bachelor's tuepoutosIeea ftee Teohrmmes0'tesb Channing Pollock; Helenas Boys,"
Chars Gilbert, '28, as senior repro-sen wsppsh 'stsre productions. Several of these The other members or the subby Mrs. Fiske; "Enter Madam," by
haletiert, '28,as sunior rnepro- degree from an accredited school, a will be seen in the cast of the Cohan committees, which were appointed Gilda Varesi; and the well known
sentativo to the council (uring the I I ars;ad h el nw
second semester. Gilbert, who ha's reading knowledge of French and comedy Direction of the piece will from the committee on Pan-American "Romeo aid Juliet." It will be her
served for two years, graduated at German or approved equivalents, and :be by E. Mortimer Shuter, and sets union affairs, and which has been second appearance in Ann Arbor.
he end of the first semester, thus one year of study in library science in will be built by the Mimes theater assigned the task of preparing the
causing the vacancy.-the Uversity i an approved school. ea f aft preamble to the convention, re- Te
A report from Chamberlin on the Four of these advanced courses will Seats for sts as being on the side the
Ae reportet ume. nie frominth arftheple
National Student Federation of Amer-. may be ordered by mail right away United States in the tariff wrangle.
ica was also heard at the meeting, in . Among the facilities which will aid at the usual prices. Regular ticket This leaves the Argentine delegate OFr Two Competing
the form of a letter from the presi- in the work in this department will sale from the Mimes box office will to maintain his position alone.
dent of the organization to the dole- be the 650,000 volumes in the library begin in a few days. The interest of the others is un- Team S Of emeser
gates who attended the meetings last of the University, the special collec- {I derstood to be centered more on the-
December. Several new projects for tions of trade bibliographies, refer- ir r Iprovisions of the preamble which Two three-man debate teams andl
the federation were outlined in the once books, and special bibiogra- D lsplay Rare BOOk-s declare the equality of all the Amer- two alternates will 1e chosen this
communication. phies, and complete files of the print- f Hicn republics and their independence afternoon i""" te final debate tryout
It was alga reported by Courtland eid cards in the Library of Congress, iOf H aass 'emorial and right to territorial integrity, on for the second semester debates teams,
C. Smith, president of the council, 11Harvard uiversity, the John Crear I L bC which points a ready agreement was Prof. James M. O'Neill of the speech
that it is his hope that some work on library in Berlin, and others. In addi- i nLibrary o'rrido reached early in the sub-committee y
the cheering section for the football tion, all of the departments of the deliberations. A group of 12 men was selected
games next fall be undertaken at general library will be open to stu- Thirteen medical incunabula, com- Dr. Pueyrreon is understood to from the 40 who tried outTuesday
once, since the work devolving on dents. prising the Ernest Haass Memorial, have maintained today that the pre- afternoon and might. T'hese men
the members of the council when the I have been placed on exhibition in the amble should contain a specific ref- have been divided into teams and will
arrangement is left until after thejREENFORCEMENTS main corridor of the Library. TheseTerence to the necessity that Pan- debate beginning at 4 o'clock this
opening of school iN almost prohibitive EENFORCaMNTSreoonc
ei~ng o coducive tos high fibitive TO CHASE REBELS very valuable books, three of which Americanism assume a concrete eco- aftenoon.
and not conducive to high effiincy O C are found nowhere else in America, nomic form, tending to the removal After e trou apeeches, Pro-
It is proposed to allow upperclassmen t fyAsswm-a, GDrse fssoare the gifts of Fred W. Haass, '04L, of all obstacles which imede un- fessorO'Nell, Prof. Gail E. Densoe,
to slate preference for 'seats in. the (3AsocaePns)Iin memory of his brother Dr. Ernest -necessarily the free flow of com- an al1ia ftm pec do
cheering section before the close of VEXICO CITY, Feb. 8.-Word thatlHaass, '92M. Four of the incunabula merco. He is reported as repeating partment who are judging the try-
school this June, though no definite federal reinforcements numbering were printed before 1.480two of ie that be did nt think Pan-American- outs will select the members of the
action was taken at the meeting last 3,00 have arrived in the state of ere b eing 48 ,two of the be ld it tie ricpn- teams which wiH Mmeet Illinois and
earliest being in Latin, printed in 1472 isni couldl be built entirely upon ab-'WsoinnthMd-etlaud-
night. . Jalisco from Sonora has been received 1and 1473. stratios, that economic unity of Wisconsin in the Mid-West league do-
To Inivesligate Grades here. The war department has not I I . bates on March 16.
The Student council will also take given any information as to the num- In the rare book room of the Library tthis hemisphere was the fundamental
over the investigation of the honor her of troops engaged in the Jalisco a medicalincunabula,aprintedin and true object of the mnovementt
system and an investigation of the campaign against numerous guerilla Latin.
system of grades and final examina- bands of- rebels, but unofficial esti- The Haass collection is made up of suggest kthat countries should be TO CHANGE SHOW
tions as projects for the second mates place the total federal strength some of the most valuable in the forbidden to impose tariffs, but is
semester-not with any definite idea at from 10,000 to 15,000. world. understood 'to have said that discre- As the second play in the repertory
of taking action but with the purpose These wandering bands, sometimes Lion should be used in the deterrina-~ arrangement being given this week,
of gaining information, it was an- I called rebels; and sometimes bandits MOTION PICTURES tion of tariff schedules, to the end Play Production will offer the Pulitzer
nounced by Smith. Committees were have been most active in Jalisco, but MHO W A CHiNERY that inter-American commerce should prize play, "Hell Bent For Heaven"
appointed for both of these projects !recently have been causing disturb- 19SHOWiMACHINR Y not be completely dislocated. by Hatcher Hughes tonight in Mimes
Following the meeting the advisory ! ances also in the states of Colima, -ttheater. The play is a powerful
committee of the council undertook to Michoacan, Queretaro and Guanajuato. T s wiih noden ILLINOIS DEFEATS drama of religious fanaticism in the
make recommendations on three dis- 1 Federal troops who are pursuing the grinding machinery has been devel- IILDCAS, 32-30
ciplinuary cases arising as a result of rebel groups are 'said to have scat- oped was demonstrated in two short VV -,,3 -3V
the J-Hop week-end, though no defin- tered them into small bands which imotion pictures shown last night in 1 A review of last night's per-
ite action was announced. have sought safety in the mountains. Natural Science auditoriuni under (By Associated Press) fomance of "Sun-Up" by LuluI
Recent press dispatches attributed 1 the auspices of the student branch URBANA, Feb. 8-Illinois aranged Vollmer, will be found in thej
FRENCH AVIA4TORS Ithe uprising in Queretaro and Guana- of the American Society of Mechani- a startling upset in Big Ten basket- j Theater, 'Books, and Music
jato to reprisals for the recent dyna- cal Engineers. One of the reels, ball tonight by defeating Northwest- column on page four.
LAND A T CAPITAL Imiting of the statue of Christ at El "The Age of Speed," traced the do- em 32 to 20 in a fast game.
Subilete in Guanajato. Recently in velopment of machinery from early The Illini, despite the loss of their
(By Associated Press) that district several trains were at- ages to modern times, showing to captain and two other regulars by Kentucky mountains. It is directed

Gay MaeLaren
Who will appear tonight in Hill
auditorium in an interpretation of a
play which she wrote. The play,
"Father and Dad," is an adaptation
of a chapter in a recent book on
psychology and is said to afford Miss
MacLaren an excellent vehicle for
her interpretation.
MISS ROYDEN TO GIVE
CONVOCATIONADRS

Fanmous English Woman Evagel t against third terms for presidents al-
Ilas Refused 410 Invitations though it holds its place in the Sen-
Since Early Cancellations ate's unfinished business.
Before the Alaskan digression, the
Will OPEN SPRING SERIES Senate popped through the bill for
! T 1 T the striking of a Lindbergh medal to
! dereward future civilian aviation ex-
plotsRoyden, celebrated English pleits, endorsed the Pacific-South-
wonman preacher, styled by a leading western exposition in California, ap
weekly as "the culti'vatc ' vange- west ern m n Caioria,
flit,"wil dlivr he ddrssnext proving government participation,
list," will deliver the addressnxt and heard Smith, of South Carolina,
Sunday morning at the Student con- on his demands for investigation of
vocation in Hill auditorium. She is speculative cotton price fluctuations.
te first speaker on the spring series In the House, before the army sup-
o convocations which have been Iply bill discussion was resumed, a
planned by the committee. violent attack on administration of-
M isa Royden Is known as one of flcials including President Coolidge
the leading preachers of the world, in connection with the Pennsylvania
The graduate of an Oxford college, coal strike situation, came from Cas
I she began her career as a university ey, of Pennsylvania, on the Democra-
extension lecturer and later entered tic side
the suffrage movement, becoming Rogers Governs Deberation
one of the movement's most gifted j He com-mented on the fact that
speakers and editor of a suffrage Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers, of Massa-
jora.iRe.EihNusRoesofMsa
jouromn this workshep s chusetts, was presiding over the
progressed to House deliberation, and he drew at-
the post of associate minister of the tention to the suffering of mothers
City Temple, the premier Congrega- and children. LaGuardia, Republi-
tional church in central London andI can, New York, joined in deploring
served in this capacity for 'many1 conditions in Pennsylvania, but urg-
years, working with Dr. Joseph Fort ed that government assistance to the
Newton of New York city. Upon the coal industry was the required rem-
return of Dr. Newton to the United edy.
States, Miss Royden joned with Dr. As side issues of the day's develop-
Percy Dearmner in the work which I ments on the floors, the Senate for-
she has since made entirely her own; eign relations committee made pub-
namely, the ministry of the Guild- lic for the first time the text of the
house, EccLeston Square, in the West new Franco-American arbitration
Etmnd of London. The Guildhouse no pact, of which verbally at least, casts
stands by almost universal consent war out of their relations, and the
as one of the most distinctive cen- oil committee disclosed correspon-
ters of religious thought and hocial deuce- of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.,
ot'o mtsin England. Standard Oil chiefttn, regretting the
Miss Royden's visit to this country silence of his subordinate, Robert W.
has excited great comment in all o- Stewart, who stands in jeopardy of
calities. It is reported by "Time" a contempt silence.
that her manager has been compel- WASHINGTONs PIb. 8-Definite
led to reuse nore than 400 hivita- action tomorrow by the Senate on
tions for lectures and that for the his resolution declaring against more
three that were recently cancelled, than two terms for a president and
18 came to replace them. Miss Roy- commending President Coolidge for
I den will spend three months lectur- "observance of this precedent" will
ing and then wilJ take-a month's va- be sought by Senator LaFollette, Re-
cation in the United States. Then pubican, Wisconsin.
she will proceed to Honolulu on a Because several administration sen-
proposed- world tpur to study the ators desiring to make a fight against
1 problems of youth amd of feminine the resolution had speeches still in
Christianity. preparation today, the Wisconsin sn-
The subject of en lecture has not Iator permitted the Senate to go ahead
yet been announced.
__t b_ with other business, but he will call
JACK DISCUSSE tfor a showdown tomorrow. Both ad-
J ACK DISCUSSES vocates and opponents of the resolu-
WELLS' PLACE IN tion believed tonight there were votes
enough to approve it, but the admin-
NEWV LITERATURE istrative group will see first to having
Del-I. it sent to the judiciary committee as
Declaring that H. G. Wells is not proposed by Senator Bingham, Re-
comparable to any other figure in publican, Connecticut.
English literature, Prof. Peter M. Jack Senator LaFollette says he has of-
opened his discussion of this English fered the resolution because "power-
novelist's latest book, "The World of ful factors in the Republican party
William Clissold," at the regular meet- are launching a movement to draft"
ing of Alpha Nu last night. President Coolidge for another term.
Professor Jack characterized Wells' Senator Bingham has declared the
I style as very loos, sprawling, and resolution would "make it impossible
phrasy, yet at times ending in brii- or difficult to renominate and re-
liant and well-pointed phrases. elect Mr. Coolidge either now or in
"Wells, like all other novelists, has 1932."
his good and bad moments," said the__
new head of the rhetoric department.
The speaker gave a lengthy explan- !
ation of "The World of William Cliss- BULLETIN I
old," placing special epphasis upon
Wells' idea of a future state. In this (By Associated Press)
new volume, according to Professor ALMA, Feb. 8-The defensive
Jack, Wells asks the question what I ( game of the Alma college bask-

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