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A Q n IA TI A it T! El ODElilAfter a meeting yesterday after-




Numerous Papers Will Be Presented
At Forty-Fourth Meeting Of
National Association
More than 200 teachers of anatomy
from all parts of the United States
and Canada, members of the American;
Association of Anatomists, will con-
vene in Ann Arbor today for a three
day conference. This will be the
forty-fourth annual session of the
association which is composed of doc-
tors and professors from nearly all

noon at which a number of the of-
fenders were interviewed personally,
the University disciplinary committee
deferred action against those respon-
sible for the raiding of the Lawyers'
club ballroom last Friday night while
the annual Crease dance was in
'he members of the offending
party, largely engineering students,
turned out the lights and loosed
stench bombs in the ballroom', then
forced admittance, after which they
were ejected only by violent meas-


1.rnir (ongres sman I)ecliiros + Ioo er
Will Support Coolidge Policies
If He Is Nominted
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, April 4.-As a step
toward coordinating the Hoover-for-
President forces, forner Rep. James
W. Good, of Iowa, has joined the
group of Republicans who are direct-
ing the campaign of the commerce
secretary. He plans to spend most
of his time in Washington until the
Kansas City convention.
In a statement today, Good, who
at one time was chairman of the
IHouse appnropriations com'mittee and




a . .

The following are the 6fficial
dates for the principal spring
events as announced by Court-
land C. Smith, '28, president of
the Student council, yesterday.
Cane Day ............ April 29
Registration for all-campus
elections .......... May 2, 3.
Spring Games.........May 4, 0.
Swing out...............May 8.
All-campus elections ..... May 0.
Cap Night........... May 11.
Senior Ball............May 18.
{lass Day...........June 15.
Co) tilencelmet.......June 18.

Hugh Cabot, dean of the Meldical school, was awarded the famo
Oil Can and the accompanying title of "Loquacious Lubricator" at t
sixth annual banquet of the IOuights of the Gridiron, held in the Uni
banquet hall last night. 'The Oil Can was relinquished as the featu
event of the annual "razzfest," sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi, prof
sional fraternity, by Prof. William A. Frayer, of the histo-y depa
mert, who has had the trophy in his custody during the past year.
The "favorable Epitaih,,' customary and only commendation
the entire evening, was this year read in honor of Prof. Carl G. Hub
Dean of the Graduate School, as the closing event on the program. 'f
epitaph was read by Hebert E. Vedder, '28, general chairman of t
Presided over by "Roastmaster" Waldo M. Abbot, of the rheto
department, this year's banquet, held amid the settings of a natior
nominating convention, entirely lived up to expectations. Few m,

Delay Allowed To Perniit Operator's
Attorney To Study Deposition
Made By Albert Fall

Two Musical Organizations Will Give
Ainrual Easter Music Program
In Hill Auditorium


of the principal medical schools on
the continent.
Although the Union will be unable
to furnish hotel accommodations for
all of the visiting doctors, it has' been
designated as the official headquarters
for the association during the time
of the convention. Reservations have
been made for some time at the lo-
cal hotels for the members of the
association who will be present at the
To Meet Twice Daily
Morning and afternoon sessions will
be held on all three days. Nerly 70
papers will be read by title and more
than 80 papers will be presented in
the ,meetings which are to be held
in the lecture room of the new Medi-
cal building, while more than 50Msep-
arate demonstrations will be given
In the various laboratories in the
Medical school.
Members of, the association will be
received as guests at a 'sMoker to be
given at 8:30 o'clock tonight intthe
assembly hall of the Union. Friday
night at 7 o'clock a subscription din-
ner will be held at the Union. Ar-
rangements have also been made.for

J FJ(aLL .a.L ~ vt ,'iJL4 h J I rulbIUE
- (By Associated Press)

luncheons at 12:30 o'clock on the
three days of the session, to be held
at the Union.
Dean Huber Participates.
Dr. Carl G. Huber, professor of ana-
tomy, director of'the anatomical, lab-E
oratories, and dean of the graduate
school is in charge of space and the
equipment for all demonstrations
which will be given during the course
of the meeting.
Officers of the association are: pres-
ident, George L. Streeter, Johns Hop-
kins university Medical school, Balti-
more, Md.; vice president, Stephen
W. Ranson, Medical school of North-
westerQ university, Evanston, Ill.;'
secretary-treasurer, Lewis H. Weed,
John Hopkins university Medical
"To check diseases not only must
we know differences in the constitu-
-tion of individual bacteria, but we
n:ust know and be able to trace the
soil in which it grows," declared Dr.
Julius Baur in his illustrated lecture
on "Pathological Constitutions and
Heredity' of Disease" which he de-
livered before a capacity audience
last night in the Natural Science
Basing .his lecture on the theory
of inheritance lie presented numerous
examples cr? brothers and sisters pos-
sessing similar diseases and traced
their origin to the parents of the
t~itltlra ' . ?hel n 1 t1ILII 01of lfe Cilia

Dean Hugh Cabot
Who was presented with /the Oil
Can and title of "Loquatious Lubni-j
cator" at the annual Gridiron ban-
quet of Sigma Delta Chi, last night.

WASHINGTON, April 4.-Post- in 1924 assisted in the management UIuII Givingtheir second pre-holiday were spared the embarrassment of hearing their most hidden weak-
ponement until next Monday of the of the Coolidge pre-convention cam- concert of the school year, the Var- nesses brought to the attention of
opening of the criminal conspiracy paign, said in no sense was he th Tsity band and the Varsity Glee club PlII flthe 95 delegates assembled in the
trial of Harry F. Sinclair growing out campaign manager for Mr. Hoover. wil combine tonight to give a pro-PIEI IUnion convention hall, and few
of the Teapot Dome case was granted It is understood, however, that heIl gram of Easter music. The co ero, blushes went unnoticed. As in pas
today by Justice Jennings Bailey in will have many of the powers of which is free to all, will begin at years the specific references and
courDistrict of Columbia Supreme manager, although the direction of E Fii T Eshablh llame 8 o'clock sharp and will be held in events which transpired at the ban-
the D the cabinet officer's campaign prob- For Disaster ich Devastated Hill auditorium. The .nrusic which. quet, will be known only to those In
T hr e ly wo i as on motion of at- th abinetl officer's crg payn prob-nd 1 San Du an il( Ito Deay ate 'will be given is almost entirely new )'attendance.
'toneys for the defense and, unop- of the group of Hoover supporters. since the last Ann Arbor appearance.Senate Spends Time With District Of Little Gives Keynote
Sposed by specialwgovernment oil Is Simply Volunteer hI Ai WAS UNSAFE The two societies have been working Columbia; To Return to Farm Following the keynote address by
wealthy was allowed to permit the "I am simply a volunteer with ot- N IUNSAFE on it since the start of the new Reliec Tomorrow President Clarence Cook Little, var-
styhoil operator's lawyer to ers in an effort to aid the Republi- (tsemester. ionus nominating speeches were aput
study the deposition made last wee'k cans to nominate a man for president IIlANGELs , Atl 4-Wth) Among the numbers for the pro- FLOOD BILL UP TO HOUSE before the delegates. Following were
~at El Paso by Albert B. Fall, a co- whom the geiat majority favor," LOS ANGELES, April 4-Without. gram tonight are several solos. The the delegates called from the-ffloor to
defendant with Sinclair at the mis- Good explained in his statement. fixing responsibility for the collapse first number scheduled is Marche (By Associted Press) the rostrum for that purpose in order
trial last autun sbThe date for the "There are, and I will repeat, there of the St. Francis dam on March 13, Militaire by Schubert, and will be WASHINGTON, April 4.-House in which thef appeared: Prof. H. P.
trial of Fall has been postponed in- will be no headquarters. We who the committee of engineers who in- played in coim'emoration of the Scott, of the rhetoric department
definitelytbecause of the condition of are his friends realize that Mr. Hoov th s of the s 0 anniversary of S'chubert's and Senate sessions today offered Prof. Everett S. Brown, of the pot-
his health. er should not be drawn continually ideath. But one Michigan song has poor news picking, a tilt on the ical science department; Thomas A.
Entering the courthouse where he into the campaign. le is fully occu- reported today the dam should not b een included on the program as it is House side over prohibition marking Koykka, '30L; Robert S. Miller, '28;
twice'has been convicted of con- pied with his duties as secretary of have been constructed in San Fran- 1 now, that being "The Yellow and about the only bit of colorful cx- Stephen E. Jones, *80L; Prof. Robert
ings growing out ofth court proceed- commerce." eisquito canyon. Blue,' which will conclude the con- change in either branch. Hannah, of the speech department;
Calling attention that 'Mr. Hoover Some 400 persons lost their'lives cert. Among the more familiar mu- Ray Alexander, 28L; Prof.Preston
Sinclair appeambd unchallenged. Smil- was borya and spent his boyhood in when the dam gave way and unloos- sic which will be played are the It had nothing to do with the bust- Shosson, of the history department;
h gr cour attendants, a central Iowa district which he Once I Overture from 'The Barber o' Sc- ness before the House, which was and William A. Comstock, '99, former
k shokhands with his counsel and represented in Congress, Mr. Good ed a 'tremendous torrent of water ville," Beethoven's "Moonlight So- muddling through a flock of resolu- Democratic nominee for governr.
!chatted with newspapermen while said that "if we had set out 25 years down the canyon. nata," and some . Tannhauser un-- ions to cover payment of small in- 'Fol1winig the nominating addres,
waiting for court to convene. ago. to pi'epare a man for the presi- Engineers, delegated by the district hers. Professor Frayer, who untalnast night
Before departng he expressed con- dency, we would have taken the ttorey to make a report on the ca- According to Robert A. Campbell, natonalclaims of sundry kinds. was holder of the Oil Can, delivered
attorney to makea repor owashholder- ofcctheigOil Cant dlivpbrld
fidence in the outcome of his trial, course that has so well prepared Her- Iastrophe to the (orne's juiy faculty manager of the two organ-- A belated whoop from the dry side the address announcing the recipient.
ernt-stof the bert Hdooover.'' .orte the huge water alizations, the Easter concert is now over recent afailure of the wets ef- Professor Frayer reviewed the his-
-erInt t secretary would be Suports Coolidge Polcy builtontro watian established annual event, and if forts to prevent the use of poisons to tory of the past awards and past in-
lf great valueri thenresentati n of "I believe in a continuation of the 1o a w 'c s ora isufficient interest is shown In the make industrial alcohol undrinkable cumbents, concluding with the an-
f get ihe Coolidge policy and no man knows e with saturation ad tconsequentlyperformance tonight, will continue to brought a wet retort as to accuracy nouncement of this year's choice.
Abony time the truth is out it is the policy better or, has had a larger load o the 185 foot retainin wall. beso regarded. of figures on a purported wet-dry When the name of Dean Cabot was an,
unt help a person, he said. share in making them effective than i This will be the last appearance of count of congressional noses and be- ounced, pandemonium bra keloose
O a ew of the witnesses sum- has the secretary of commerce," Good ienlthobugh eamin atia sf 1oth groups until after the Spring s and endured for several minutes.Dean
uly thorough examiriatiomi ot the piratons of Al Sn'mthr got in, too, Cabot took the pafratrrey
moned for the trial were in court, declared. "His, nomination will as- geological formation in San Francis- recess when the band will begin its r platform, after reeiv-
t nunber of them were in the sure the continuation of those policies. elit a format n Sn mancis- annual Spring concerts, and the Glee for a few words. ing the coveted trophy, to be held un-
city, inresponse to subpoenas. These He is like Coolidge, short on words isto canyon had not been made, ther club will make some tips out of The Senate was on District of Co- til the night of next year's banquet,
investigators found from their exam-lmian tokaltftiefradeivednadesbftin h
. . Everhart, Pueblo and big in accomplishments inatin that the failure of the da town to give concerts. lumbia and took a lot f time for and delivered a address befitting e
banker and son-in-law of Fall, who He said there were thousands of u ft as that. Then it did a little calendar occasion.
itse to defective foundation materialtr clearing work to fill the balance of
,i t Ie c witness for the gov- Republican volunteers all over the "I was t he conclusion of the board," ASK APPLICATIONSthe day and will go bak tomnorrow Tnallroom waoeckted
lcnent, and Robert W. Stewart, country who are working for Mr. (loo- h a n il,gbakomrw The Union balrom was decked out
chairman Of the board of the Stand- ver's nomination, and added: "They yathe mortlaced beforete Jury FROM ARCHITECTS to the farm relief bill debate. One in flags, banners, red, white and blue
y f t d of h S - hves n tioy an ed: T es yOoftheresolutions passed and sent bunting and placards.otThehportraits
and Oil company, o.1 Indiana, who is have effectively ouganized themselves
engineers, that the damn was con- toftheHreluto zpasse an ent utn n lcrs h otat
under indictment here because of 'his in most of the states under able lead- Thginet1 that u emmtly to- 'flhe Michigan State Board of Ex- to the House authorized settlement of the "Five Fathers of Our Party,"
refusal to answer certain questions ership. The spontaneity of this move- sy'u e Without a sufiiciently tho-i aminers. for the registration of archi- of some million dollars in claim's by which, it was intimated, will be pre-
before the Senate Teapot Dome con- ment necessitates no formal organiza- 1 otimefundationnd mteria erstnwhi tects, engineers, and surveyors an- 'grain elevators and firms against the served, constituting as they do the
mttee. tion. It is desirable, however, that the next examination for food administration, growing out of previous holders Of the Oil Can, hung
this vast and widespread expression S)ml of h fondatio mat s architects would be given on April aspects of war-time or immediate above and at each side of the rostrum
STEERE TO SPEAK of confidence should have more co- although asoably hard when dry 1213,14, at the University here, war price guarantees. and speakers' platform.
Bordination. I have been requested by bectme soft and mealy when satut Anyone interested in these examin- Another preliminary step was taken As an added feature of the annual
Mr. Hoover and a number of state ed, the engineers elieve They ex- ations can receive application blanks by the House rules committee for ,"Razzfest" a scandal sheet carrying
leaders to gather'with his friends to pressad the olinion that the softened amd full information by writing to the getting flood control legislation mov- the complete story of the banquet and
Frank W. Steere, president of the join with them to do what I can to offi e washld t from umdr th 011ce of the Board, 1043 Book build- iig today but it agreed to split the the announcement of .Dean Cabot's
Michigan Gas assocfation and vice further these effoets." ing, Detroit. day tomorrow in hearing those in election, was distributed inediately
president of the Semet-Solvay En- Since his retirement from Congress g _ndsdwfte___m_favor and those opposed to the re- after the award was made.
gineering corporation of New York a few years ago, Mr. Good has been Iil te s RESEA<R PRIZE quest or te flood control committee
ciywlladrssIa 'ngnerngpacicn lw nChcaoIt is tihe conclusion of this board RE EA CHfor floom' heam'ing undi'the sixIour CLUBE1W ILL IHE.AR
ct k l addres an engieerlig practicing law in Chicago. that, t(me to local conditions, it is not TO BE AW ARDED general adebatelimitCItLUoesWotLLAE
Prof. Alfred H. White of the chemical MUNICIPAL YI7G economically feasible to erect a safe seem very likely, however, ttiat IHouse RECREATION HEAD
egieering department anounced amathislocation,"thereport eon 1Prof. harrison Randell of the phy- debate can be started for another 10
yesterday. IS LECTURE TOPIC'"t's lepartment has announced that days and with possible wide diver- Russell W. Jelliffe, directors of a
Mr. Steere will discuss the growth there will be 'a sum" of $100 offered gence between the Senate and House large recreational house in Cleveland,
of the manufactured gas industry and Josei E. Mills, commissioner of BEST MA Y PARTY for original research in physical measures to be ironed out in con-.will lecture on "Racial Adjustment"
its future possibilities as indicated by I purchases and supplies for the City DESIGN SELECTED science. Tho prize, which is open to ference, at 8 o'clock tonight at the Union. His
p~resent trends under the title, "The i of Detroit, will speak at 4 o'clock to- all Michigan graduates, has been Nobody is willing to state just when talk; is one of the series being spon-
Business a room l hal on thedonated by a ma interested in the the flood control bill will go to the sored by the Negro-Caucasion club.
Buiesof Gas." He is 'rdut 'ayin 220, Agl althe si h~x s )tef, '29A, is ;the.design- lyi .dpa'nmmtg thsmivo'rhieIlue o fnlbcio.Th u- I t12hellifer-attnded lteb, .
the University and a former holder of subject of "Municipal Purchasing," er (if time winning lflans it this year's siysuws d asexpres the Unive White House for final action. The du- In 1923 Jelliffe attended the Pan
the Michigan Gas association fellow- according to an announcement made ey of rtyew igpnsmitisyeas itybut who has expressed the wish ration of the Senate farm relit de African congress and was recently
hip. recently. The public is invited. . 'R a rty tasigim co on tws that his name be withheld. bate also is doubtful. - sent by the government as one of a
shp r ;uc(1ls mih oloigtecommittee to inestigate conitons
Lapstcft', a Russian student, 'whoinMxc.Iewsaoitd wh
FIRST BAND OF SEVENTY YEARS AGO has sp' nt but a few years in this IN LETTERS TO MUSIC AUTHOXITIES Hull house in Chicago for several
I country, submitted a design executed Yearsand from there went to the
Editor's Note: Thisais the twenty- arch and strode forth to the games i InC::m architecture. Incom archi- Letters of congratulations and com- t for years are really colossal spiritual Onvhis lcene h s
si xth of a series of feature articles on Onhslctr oM4 ehs pkn
campus institutions intended to develop or to State street, playing their own tUre is r't style peculiar to the mendatios upon the programs an- and artistic dynamos, developing and
tranistoryanjd marg incles or versions and keeping no step. regions of South America near Peru; I nounced for the 35th annual May delivering a soul force which cannot at many American universities as wel
In 1922, the band was increased and is P(eculiarly fitted for the May festival are being received daily at fail to energize and enrich all those avele ue ee ting f
Resplendent in blue. uniforms with to its present size of about 72 party decorations, according to of- the School of Mu'sic by Charles A. who have the good fortune to attend.' the leading European countries and
yellow-lined capes and with instru- pieces. In 1923, Robert A. Canipbell, fIciaIls, as it has an architecturial set- [Sink, business manager of the event, Commendations have also been re-the
treasurer of the University, consented tIlng and is of a colorful style. and president of the University Mu- ceived from. J. N. Weber, of New very state o e United States
ments shining in, the sun, and keep- to become faculty manager of the --------- sical society. The senders include York, president of the American fed- AiGIVE
ing step with the best military pre- band, and came into office, faced wit FRANCK DELIVERS editors of musical publications, heads eratioon of musicians, Walter Dam WAR THIN TO G VE
c " h Varsi and o 19 iS a large debt and hardly any way to ( ECD LTot musical schools, impresarios, and rosch cndutoremeritms of the New LECTURE SERIE
a far cry from that of tho small finance the organization. The Re- SECOND LECTURE, critics. York symphony orchestra, Mrs. Edgar____S R E
group of six, whiskered students gents voted $1500 to the band to pay --m- !IAlnost every year such letters and Stillman Kelley, president of the na D
whose picture stares forth at the off some of the outstanding debts In continuatio n of his lecture of notices have been sent, Mr. Sink tional federaton of music clubs,'and ofD.athology and director of the ath-
visitor in Treasurer Robert A. Camp- and to buy the first supply of uni- ITuesday, Prof. James Franck, Nobel states. The festival will be held this Edward Hanson, director of the East- ogical laboratories will deliver at
bell's office. Yet these six men, Iforms, which had been designed by prize winner and professor at the year on May 16, 17, 18, and 19, and man school of music in Rochester, o f forltres beore t
playing various types of string and Mr. Campbell and which are the same University of Goettingen, spoke again will include the dedication of the new New York. All of these letters laudc e ica soetyron Apr 9hn
wind instruments, formed the first style as at present. yesterday c'n "Band Spectra and Frieze Memorial organ, built into the local affair for its successful at- 10 at Scranton, Pa. Dr. Worthn il n
band to appear on the Michigan cam- In the same year, 1922, the Ath- Chemical Bonds." This lecture was Hill auditorium, at a cost of $75,000 tempts to present the best artists in give yrvo lectures a day.Wi
pus, 70 years ago. letic association decided to pay the on the further discussion of spectro- by the Skinner Organ company of the field at prices which cari be af-
In 1900, about 25 capes were pur- band management fifty cents from ; scoiric methods of studvin the forces Bo s n.( nreiaw 1w tinwh orirn wr., A.;s

c iduren. Th-e iength of lfeeprema- 1
ture deafness and the early loss of
eyesight which often runs in one
family, can usually be attributed to
a like condition in the parents, Dr.
Baur pointed out. Using slides to
suppleme:t his leture lie was able
to .give definite illustrations o time1
facts which he presented.,
Dr. Baur, who. is at present theI
physician in chief to the Polyclinic
located at Mariannengasse and hasl
written many books on the subject of
inheritance of disease, is making a
tour of the country delivering lec-
tures on this subject in irany of the
larger colleges and universities of
the country.'


George William's orchestg , of
Cleveland, 0., will furnish the music
for the eighth annual Military ball
given by the local R. 0'. T. C. to be
held Friday, April 27, in the ballroom
of the Union. The Williams band has
succeeded Guy Lombardo's orchestra

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