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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 86. ANN .ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928

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An important meeting of the
presidlents of all fraternit ies and
sororities will be held in Room
1035, Angell hail tomorrow at 4:30
o'clock. The presence of the presi-
dent or duly authorized represen-
tative is requested at this meet-
ing, as attendance will be taken,
according to an announcement yes-
terday from the office of the Dean

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DISPLAY RAGGED FLOOR WORK'

INEFFECTIVE BUCKEYE SQUAD SHOWS1_______________
LITTLE AGAINST SPECTACULAR.
WOLVERINELONG SHOTS DEBATERS TO APPE1AR
' By Herbert E. Vedder
Utterly dlevoidI of floorwvork which wouldl (1 credlit to a college
(uintet, b~ut possessed of uncanny eyes for the basket, the ' o' -r- IN LEAGUE CONTESTS
ines b~rushedl asidle a feeb~le Ohio State five by a 41-2f1 score last
night in Yost ftield house. Ili'e game teas ini strang-e contrast to the )IMichigan's Affirmtative And Negative
line~ exhibition oIf last Saturdlay night. ri~os IVilMeet Tea iii Fromt
although 1)oth teams b~ootedl the ball ab(out the court, this was Obio Mnd ?Northii esterit
atoned for by p~henomenal long shots conltrilbutedl main ly ly two IT ICS
sophomoiHres, Chapmuan andl Raper althoughi the other XWolverinesTO L V
also had the range.
Bennie Ooste-raan was deadlocked E1TIfl A DeT~ QFL )batinig teams from Michigan,
With Chapman t r high scoring' honors u f l~lMO ~ I L Ohio, and Northwestern will meet in
with five baskets, while McCoy andlOI contests Friday night to determine the
Grim, the outstanding player on the IM U I A champion of the Central Debate
Buckeye team, were tied for second l IIII ~ league.
honors with eight points each._____ Michigan's affirmative teaim com-
131icliig, ai Slow h Io y-11 Dutchi Shell Coiiplalky ('omtpetes posed of Jarl Andeer, 729, Ormand J.
M qichigan was slow to, get started WithiStadarddd Oil Fitm For l Drake, Spec. Ed., and William C.
and seemed uenable to keep hold of Si~eId i (s ihp 2,wl etNrhetr
the ball, Ohio State assumiing a 3-0 BATTfLE - in uladtoimwietengt
lead on a basket by van Heyde and a B ESBIj+rTE team, Richard TP. Savage,L, Elliott
free throw by 1 linchmian. Oosterbaan (13v AssociatedlPress) 1. ivioyer, '301, anid Jaul l{ranset h,
finally broke the ice for thle N'Xolver- ;NE+W YOUMK, Jan i6T; e~ oil war '29 goes t0 Columbus for a debate with
ines with a one handedl toss at the bet wceen the Standard Oil company of Ohio State. John E. Web~ster;I', ,
hoop and McCoy put Michig~an into: New York and the Royal Dutch Shell K n Hwrd Simon, '30, are the alt er-
the lead on a pair of gratis shots. A company of Europe may be but thme I nates. Ohio Slate's negative goes to
I Evanston for thle third contest of the
-moment later he added another to opening gun in a general trade war' triangle.
make the score 5-3, but this did not I for supremacy in the Far East, a war 13nte Law Is Question

COLDESASTA
NATIONS MUST UNITE
TO PRESERVE IDEALS
ALL AMERICAN REPUBLICS ARE
REPRESENTED AT SIXTHl
CONFERENCE
CUBANS EXTEND WELCOME
President Asks Countries Of Western
ilHemisphiere To Cooperatie In
Assuring Freedom
(By Associated Press)
HAVANA, Jan. 16.-Cooperation of
th;' 21 American republics in main-
taining "the idleals of our Western
world" was put forward today b)y
President Coolidge as the common
obligation of the nations attending
the sixth Pan-American congress.
Asserting that obligation to be+
onme for which we' aire peculiar~ly re-
Ispoinsiblo," Presi-
deniit ('oolidge de-;
p)ortanit services we :::;;:r
Icali render 1humaltln-

LISTS OF GUESTS IN J-HIOP
IBOOTHS TO HE DUE SOON
Holders of J-Hop booths must
get their lists of guests into thej
Ihands of the J-Hop Editor at The
Daily office by Friday in order to
Ihave them published in the J-Haop j
IExtra. Correctionsm to these lists
can be made through February 1.
IThe lists should include names and
Ihome towns of guests and chap-
erones.
CLASS OFFICERS WILL.
COLLECT DUES TODAY
Student Council Has Issued Receipt
Books For Acknowledgement Of
Collection Of Fees
TREASURERSTO COMBINE
Tphe first of two dues days will be
held today on the campus as a resultI
of the decision of the class treasurers
andl Student council officers to com--
bine their efforts this year in the
collection of class dues. As a result,
today and tomorrow have b~een set
aside for the collection of class dumes,

CONTRACTORS TO BEGIN WORK-
IMMEDIATELY ON CONSTRUCTION
OF WOMEN IS LEAGUE BUILDING
AGREEMENT CALLS FOR COMPLETION
OF STRUCTURE IN LESS THAN
FOURTEENMONTHS' TIME
Construction work on the long waited W~omen's league build-
ing will commence immiediately, and the structure will be finished
by Feb. 8, 1929, as a result of action taken by the Alumnae council
yesterdlay in the awardling of the contracts for the erection of the
edifice. '['hle general contract was let to Lovering-Longbotham
company of Saint 'Paul, Minnesota, andl 'was madlelpossib~le through
the efforts of the undergraduate women who took a $50,000 pledge
to insure the construction of an auditorium shell which will be built
at the samne tune ats the maini unit.
Mlinor contracts arc as following: plumbing to James W.
_____________________________ Partlan of Detroit, and electric wprk
[AVOHS H1 DY TO 01to the Guarantee Electric Shop. of
Battle Creek, while the heating and
w 09 M -SE IR4 11.% I % %iventilation has miot as yet been

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last long, as successive baskets by
Grim aid Rowley put time Bucks ahead
again and Grim brought the tally to
8--5 on a free throw:
Bob Chapman then sank his first
long shot, but Van Heyde retaliated
for the Scarlet and Gray. Gawne,
who had replaced Captain Hlarrigan,
added a point for Michigan via the
free Chilnow route, 'but4 Grim more
than balanced this with his ;thirdf
basket of the game.
At this point in, the proceedings,
Michigan took charge of affairs and
never gave up the whip hand through
the re,.t of the gamne. Two successive
long shots by Chapman electrified the
crowd and put the Wolverines in a

with countless wealth as the victor's
prize.
TPhe latest department of commerce
figures show that so rich is this field
that. the United States sold $106,-
000,000 worth of petroleum alone in
the Far East in 1926. Buying powers
are st eadily increasing and oil is but
one it em for considleration lbycown-
peting nations.
Sales Large
In 1926 this country sold about $10,-
000,000 worth of petroleum to British
India alone, some 90,000,000 gallons,
'and it is in India that the Standard
Oil company of New York charges the
Royal Dutch Shell with using desper-

Coy and Raber, who had replaced 1ag ricnte Eatrn markedst e
Rose, followed with two points apiece ;TnteEstr akt
and Oosterbaan scored another eason to believe that the oil mnay
basket before Van Reyde broke! Reason to believe that the oil wars
throgh fr Oho. Imay spread to other fields :n time Far
Baskets by Oosterbaan and Raber I Dr.sJiu selindrectoreoiteono-
brought the total at half time to i D.Jlu lrdrco fteIr
22-14. eau of Foreign' and Domestic Coin-
Play Resumed merce of the United States Depart-
Again, after play was resumed, the ment. of Commerce.
Wolverines appeared -sluggish, Grim Competition Keen
making the first basket. Raber then ' Competition in all of the trade
retaliated for Michigan, but scoringj areas of the Far East," he said, "has
was slow and this same Grim tallied' been keen in the past and will be even
again befcre the Wolverines started a keener in the future. Fortunately for
drive that netted them 15 points be- us, perhaps, the purchasing power of
fore Ohio again broke into the pointI the Orient has iincreased so rapidly.
column with the count at 39-18. that our gains in commerce have beenr
Oosterbaani scored twice in sue- to only a. nea"derate degree at the ex-
cession, the second~ time in a scramble ' peiise 01of li'uricreditoirs, bult the time,
und~er thme Hoop, and Alc(oy adlded a is cc~iiiiig whc'ii rWe will have a real
methriow, hi,, fourth of the game. strutggle (n our f'rands if thle upresent
Gawne brought the soic to 31-18 on rage of priogress is to continue."
his basket and was followed by RaberI ' The Standard and D)utcthm Shell oil
and( Chatpnan, the longashot artsit s. ! cnt oversy started last summler.
McCoy sandwiched in a basks t anmd -- - - -
thChapman tosses nbt her ''far'-' .(31EE 'RSHEA~R
awvay" through the hoop before Evaims, DR DO LE U E
stopped the Michigan apme'eWith a R D IV LE T R
"txwo poinit I''' and Grim Closed the ___
Ohio scorng with a free throwr. Dr. 11, 11. Dow, priden~~it of the Dow
The sumnmary : Chemical conmpany, spoke last night
01110 STrATE1. 1 ;before the, student branch of the
'p Am,....';.-a, n , i-~mutei.no ic m 'l

"Resolved that the prncmiples of the
Baumes law of New York should be,
enacted into law in the other states,
is the question which thme teams arc
debating.
Them q(uest ion is stated (lcover: thle
entire code (ot laxv'rs xwhiich has heen t
enacted in New York wvi thiii tH past
year and a halIf but aetualIly t he de-
bate will ceinteri'a'ouinid once pr ovisioni
known as ''the 'on itluotteinse clauiise."
Provides 31 andator3' Sentence e
This sect ion provides t hat. whenimaI
maim is convicted of his fourth felony
it shall be mamndatory upon the judge
to sentence him to life imprisonment.
Michigan has a similar law wxith the
exception that it provides that follow-
ing a fifth conviction, time judge is?
empowered if he so chooses to give
the prisoner a life sentence.I
It is around this difference thmat one
of the chief issues of time debate is
bound to arise. Time second princ'iple
that will very likely be challenged in
the debates is that of increasing the
ventative.
TO PH YSICS CLUB
"Casuality in Modern Physics" isj
the subject of a talk to be given by1
Dr. George F. Brett, at the physics
colloquium at 4 :15 o'clock this after-
noon 1mm oonm 1041, East lPhysics
building.
j1lis 'speech will dlescr'ibe the ideas
of causality Ii eld ini thelienm etmt
c'enturv' and tbe chaiiges which have
been made in these theories withIini
time past. 25 yeanrs.
CONfSI DEIREDigHEREl
Ypsilnti amipit Ihackers. aieto il
Illl i'rtel ooit ci P'aOion101 wlioe 'eb
!.inairboir aiwdYpsilaniti lplay iiliit('PIi
s;ec'iri g a l;oint t aii'icld ito tli(' .'uIlI
"Arbor booster's i'iida3y. it xx'as ian-
noiuicl lasi: n. lit ftel oxvmisg a lii('-
ii ig oftheie I wo g i'o s Iat ihei(' Iioim.
I'flit' prioposed I ic Id lies a ou1t ha It' xayv
bellxw'ecuI Iihe two (citi1es anld i"x-o 1m els
sOUl lilon im ('aipeot ci iroad.

No onme elsa callmi:
isc harg e it formi'an d n i e s m t
the party of time
vhleCuban ia-
tioni xxhicii signal- TQ' : QQ.1G*F
led hris am'ival in
I lie islands, VM'. (Coolidge opened time I
Congr'ess withIiaim urgent plela that timej
natiS ofs Itthe Westernii hemispher e !
joinmitii the task of assur ing time firee-
( dome bequeathed thieum in equalnea
'mea sure, y Columbus, thme pioneer'.
For'thme first tinme all the 21 Amer- j
iwani repulhics are repr esented at the
con f-ieime', t li sixth of thme kind ever
lo be held.
Cila ga x'c evidIence of its intense
ei(t.an:i(l I hli onmor it felt in thme
1 presenc ne of Pir sideiit Coolidge by
xx'.iol'soile (eilthusiasnm and thme evi-
denti desire of President Machado and
} thc io huan ipe ole to pay befitt iing
trmibhote not alone to time President of
the Untited States, but to all the dele-
gales gathered from. far and near
Theater Crowded
Ttie National theater, scene of the 1
con femrence, was crowded to the door's
and all about its precincts crowds
iatliomed to see and cheer the states-
I mnwho during the coining week will
I end their efforts toward a better un-
derstanding, peace and good will be-
tween the countries, as Senor Ma-
chado expressed it, that have been
destlined for fraternal love by geo-
graplhical position and history.
Mrs. Coolidge, with the wife of,
General Machado, occupied a box off
the platform, where the presidents of
the two republics were seated with
Secretary of State Kellogg and the
1Cuban secretary of state. Mrs. Cool-
idge, on entering the building, was
Inearly lost in the crowd, but was, res-
cued by lier bodyguard and Senora
Machiado, who came hastily to her
side. Time first lady of the United
Stales was greatly amused over the1
1n ihIis adldress, Pr'esidentsCoolidge
(Iwelt upon1 the equal status of tim e n-
pubillies inm the confer'ence.j
S le emphasized the need of good
jwil11 and unmder'stanmdinmg and assure'dl
time delegates that time United States
governmenit was mready to encouage
all petacefu il effor'ts that would 'bring
the Americanm tamily of states into
(loser hiari'iny. His wor'ds were ap-
pilauided time and time again, anmd on
occasion, thle deleg~ates would rise
from their seats anmd ciei', with criies
of ''Viva.''
Coo lidlge Sho1ws 'Emuotioni
1Mr'. Coolidge showed plaily his
enmotioni and sincere ( pleasure at the
demnstr'ation.
Preosident Machado, who alluded

Studmnt council class (lies 'on'mittee,
treasurer's wer'e given receipt books
ammdl received instructions as to tihe

and~ 29 class treasurecrs of time Uni- I
versity will coopei'ate in gathering Pe1)(iiife An d Small ,Jell OC;ItseTO
dumes fi'onm thme various classes. Mattcl, IBotht Of (german Silver,
At a final smeeting of all class IHave Bleeln Selected
tr'easurerms held yesterday afternoonl
at the Union under the direction of( REQUEST BOOTH CHOICES
Char'les Gil bert.- '28, cha~ irmn of the o

a warmded.
Five year's ago), time Alumnae coun-
cii, whcih is composed of Pr'esident
Clar'ence Cook Little, honorary chair-
iman; Mi's. Shirley W. Smith, chair-
man; Ml's. Arthur H3. Vandenberg,
vice-chai'rman; Mrs. 'W. D. Henderson,
exec'utive secr'tary; Miss Sara Whe-
dIon, secretary; and Mrs. Max Wink-

plains of taking time(hues.wv }
I Receipts ro IBe Givent.
All odues collected tiis year' will bej
acknowledged by receipts in the Stu-j
dent counicil receipt books, of which
a duplicate is kept which is turned in
to the treasurner of the University.
The University treasurer' is also hiand-
ling all of time funds collected this
year, andh mone of thme money will hbe
spenit except. on vouchers fr'oim the
office of thme Dean of Studenits.
A small p)orti0n of thle dues o1'
women students wvill he Iturned over~
thlis year' to the builoding f'und olifltme
Women's league, anmd as a r'esult all
of the women are requested to see
that their receip~ts are stamped to this
effect.
Amounit Is Small.
1The amount to be thus turned over
to the league amounts to 25 cents
in most of the classes of time Ui-
versity.
More than 20 treasurers were pres-
ent at the meeting yesterday, and
others were represented by proxy.
Those who failed to appear will be
called before the Student council to
explain their action unless they mnak e
arrangements to collect the dues of
their clas'ses before the expiration of
the two-day period set aside for time
purpose. This is the second year that
this general plan of collection has
been effected by the council.
GRIFFITH TO TALK
ABOUT ATHLETICS
Prof. Coleman C. Griffith of the
psychology department of the Uni-
t versity of Illinois will addr'ess a joimnt
I meeting of faculty ando student nmem-
hers of the School of Education at
! 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in time uni-
Iversity high school auditoriunm.
Profezssor Griffith has made the
Imiajority of his studies in connmection
Iwith time athletic teams of the Uni-
versity of Illinois~, and hlas miade someC
very inter'esting discoveries along with
his work, accor'ding to Deanm Whitnley.
Onec of his nmost inlter'esting studiesl
was nmadle with time Illiois team of
1924, the year' Ihat Rced Grlange star'red
fom' that team. Ile has also (delved
deep into time psychology of baseball
playei's, especially t hose iimtile bigI
leagues. aindl hasmecenmtlhy xxwiit tenm a
book onl 'Psychology in Baseball''
xvhichm has beenl greeted wvith enthu-
Isiasmn ly malty players amid managers.

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Favor's for thme 1929 J-Hop will be 1ler, treasureir, com'inmeed a campaign
distributed today amid tomnom'row at thme to raise a $1,000,000 pledge for a
buildhiing to be erected upoin time site
Union by thmose in charge, it wxas an- given to time Wommen's league by the
nounced by John R. Gilnmartin, '29E, state amid the University. At the
chair'man of timo committee yesterday. presemit tinme nmore than $700,000 of
Time favors were rneeived some time thle pledge has been paid in, which
ago but the distmibution has been held wall lhermnit a cash payment of much of
the construction work on the building.
up by the invitations whmichm were niot The designing of the building wa's
yet delivem'ed. (hone by Ponmd and Pond, Chicago arch-
The f"'avoi's selc'ted by the comimit- itects. 'Pie final plans wer'e recently
tee ar'e a peitkiiife andl a smejill jewel comipletedi ll tut'ned over to the
Alumnae councoil.
caise to nmatch'I. Both iare'(doune iin ham- Patyiint Accomplishied.
m('led Germian silver, ad have the The paynummt of the $1,000,000
seal (of the Uiiivo'rity enigraved omn :pl(.dgo has been accomnphlied through
themm as vwell as a st is'h~l foi' eiinrrivinmgtAbe combinied eftforts of' the Alumnae
council, und~ergr'aduate womeni, Michi-
selmamate iiiitials. T.lhe jewel case is# gan alumimaeamnd ahlun? ii and contnib-
lined.'. utors outs~de tQio Ur(versitx, 'who
Gessner Made Choicej have taken a great interest in the
Robert Gessner, 129, had charge of 'building. The largest single contri-
selecting the favors, and will distrib- bution was made by William Patter-
ute them today and tomorrow at the son Lamont of Chicago who has given
side desk in the Union from 2 until" other gifts to the University, among
5:30 o'clock. Those having tickets which is the famous Lamont tele-'
are asked to bring the stub marked ,scope at B~loemfontein, South Africa.
for favors and exchange this. 1'he gm'atest bulk of the money came
At the sanme time that time favors are ;from the $50 life memberships of
given out, the fraternity men intend-, Michigan women or from pledges
ing to attend time affair will be asked which rangeod from 25 cents to $100,-
to declare their booth preference, ac- 000. The committee expressed grati-
cording to sonme arrangement before- ;tudle to the large numbers of people
hand. The booth conimittee, under other than Michigan women and men
Robert Petrie, '29, will tabulate the who have made contributions.
preferences on Thursday, and make !y Time Expires
up he ssinmetsto he arius Siince the threme allotted to secure
up he ssinmets o te vrios Ithe money termnina ted this year, the
boots. 2 Coules o BothI bids for the contract work were sent
Any Couplehvingte Boot it2 out to a selected group of 20 bidders,
Anyu ous l ehav in ted requiste 20on December '28 through the Un-
coupsles, vlbetinasn teasboothstoversity of Michigan League Building
signment will be made arbitrarily by ii soitoIcroaewihi h
thme committee, and certain organiza- corporate body of the alumnae of
tios wll e cmbnedas s cn-'Michigan. The return of the bids
tein willebe wcombed asnsnoun-dcorresponded very satisfactorily with
veniemint.eThesecwillnb announced, raised and

and on Friday the booth committee
will again be in session at the Union
fironm 2 until 5: 30 o'clock to distribute
the one free chaperones ticket which
accompanies each booth. At this time
a few extra chaperone's tickets may
libe purchased at the regular price
of $10.
MIMES WILL GIVE
EXTRA SHOWINGS!
Du)e to ain iinecfe(' dliamnte ill
plans, tile Mimes flayors will giv<e
thriee extra. pem'formnaeso's(f Austin
St rong's "Seveal tmh Heaven" at time
I Miinues theater i' l nTb msday, and Fri-
('ay, andhSatui of t 1his wee'ok,

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Grim, f.............. .I 2
Van HleYde, c ....... 3 0
Rowley, "g......".....2-
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2 giiicris in room 3 201, East Engidmoer-
s img buildinig. lPiecediio tile lecturie a
d (inner'i was given ait the Union, Thme
4nieetimig was pi'esided ovxer' by hie'd
1 E. Tbrln iwituxaite, 28E, president of the
0 sooitty>.

remained well within it. The alloca-
'tion was as follows: $600,000 for the
main unit; $250,000 for the endow-
ment, while the reviaining $150,000 is
to be used for furnishings.
IThe thought of an auditorium to
replace Sarah Caswell Angell hall
was alwvays included3 in the pledge
sinmcthmat hall is no loniger available.
for "extra-curriculam' activities. But
aftei' the p~lans wer'e really drawn it
was found to be impossible to include
suc~li an audhitoimn due to the in-
creasedl enrollment and the changing,
condit ionis.
The plans as they now stand in-
cetude the muainuunit, which will con-
tainm large parlors, time cafeteria, the
di ining r~oomn, exective and adminis-
trative offices, kitchens, tea rooms,
time library, as well as thme rooms to
be usedl by the returning alumnae.
I Arramigemnents have been made which
I wiil care foin guests at the peak of

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WA TERMAN
EXCA VA TION

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The a rc'haeolog'ical expedition in ' u'eeihlidays . acIitl Nvork on ie l'
Babylon, ledi by Prof. Leroy M. 'Watem'- exc'avatilon was to beguin :fain. 1.
1man ofthe emiics epatmen, ad lProfessom' Wat ernian has ats his as-'
unaoih Snntc eputiet Iil sistaiit in time expedition a youimg Syr-
condulcted under'time auspices of thIim n Christianm, a graduate of time Uni-
Toledo M\useumn of Art, has selected I versitv of Beir'ut whom lins hadl expem'-
the site fom' excavation in the hiopes ience 'in archaeology at I3eisamm, in limo
of locating an anicient city, according Jordain valley, the headqular'ters(If anm
to recent reports.I expedition mecently sent out by timej
Professor Water'man, who is spend- University (of Pennsyvaia. P'oes-
ing his sabbatical year in Bagdad, sor 'Watermna s visitedl t'e vai'ioims
Mesopotamia, holds tine position of amn- excavaition mpiis of Egypt, P'alestinle,
Dnual professor of thme Anmerican amnd Mvesopot amuia during the last few
School (If Oriental Resear'ch at Bag- monithls. Ho to' as pri('eet at 131tim'ni
oad. Time site chosen for excavationi theleie''tt mrich' id of t)11he to1)omi(f
is sit uatedI about 12 miles south of a priu'eo" Ithe' Firlst 1)ym sty (25001
Bagda~d and is believed to conain ti~II B. C.) w< ,'( ' unc(overed'(. 110'hams been
anciemit city Of Onis, the northenmtomr- j for six xvc<e< s wit h DIr. Cli erai of' i

w«umnily to t he par'ttile'United States
isc tajtkin m this confei'ence, spoke
with no less stress on time desirability
oif fr'atenal undier'stainhding amoung all
peoples, ulnivermsal peace, ando a spirit-
iuml mamndl mor'al unity of time ations of
time world.
"No person nom' anythiing," said time
Cuban president, "can oppose the tide
that immipels the destinmies of thme West-
ern hemispher'e towards its definite
brotherhood under the shelter of the
jmridic'ial standards that are indi'spen-
s ile for tile maintenance of peace."
LEAGUE TO HEAR
PROFESSOR WOOD
1 Prot. Arthiri'F. \X'ood of the socio-
logy depum' n eult will deliver a Tols-
t oy leamguue lecturie on capital punish-

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 16-Tme nn'ovc-
nwent to secure time Repumblican priesi-
dentiah nomination for Secr'etar'y
Hoover was given added inmpetus to-
day by a statement from Assistant
Secretary Robiinson, oZ time Navy die-
partment, that he favored thne Coin-
merce department head, and a pre-
diction on the
floor of time Sen-
ate by Scum-
' ator' Slioitridge,
Re'publicanm, Caili-
4 formma that Ifooy-
:::: ,:,",. vein would be time

ino' intinated "to anyonmemvhnat I plain attendance.-
to do in thme convention." Cafeteria Planned.
Secr'etar'y Hoover, in time opinion of The cafeteria, which is an interest-
Senaor Sortidge wil "mke hm ing factor in the building, will be
Senaon'Shotm'dgewil "mke im-used as a cafeteria during meal hours
self clear to the Americanm people on and as a tea room during the after-
every issue and will 'ontinue the poll- moon and evening. It will be 55 by 100
cies of this administration." feet in size.
In a prepared statement, Mr. Robin- The auditoiumn unit when it is
sonm, wiho is from New York, said lie complete-d will contain the large com-
regretted time decisioni of Pmesident , mittee rooms for nmusic, drama and
Coolidge not. t0 le a candidate, but theatr'ical activities, time main check
in thne light of his rnefusal lo run, andol moomn of thme buildinig, thme main linen
the stateimeunt of Chmai ules E. IHughmes roomn, the auditoriumproper and a
i a e wom rm.t h a iii. ., ._...7t1.:,# 1... ..,:,. . ,i.. .L, ie slm 11 ..1a I ..I Y\('lm .A ,i .4l ...lie c........e.co nnect

PRESIDENTIAL BOOM FOR HOOVER
GIVEN ADDED IMPETUS IN SE'NATE'
( K X Asociaed1res)

18 5 4 41
Free throws missed-(Ohiio) Grim
1. Va~n Heyde 3, Ilinebmami 1, B3ell 1;

Repl)icPanm par'ty of tile state of New

ed with time gardeums and time terrace
to be used for (dancing are also 111-

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Ih'~ '~i~ El

next Presidenit of 1 Yor'k, should ''take a firmnpmositiomn at1

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