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Readers of the Daily are now referred to that astounding
D and rather peculiar contemporary, the Washtenaw Tribune,
well known of late for its vociferous assaults on both the I
truth and the usually respectable practice of journalism, for ?
yhecorrect interpretation of all news of the cam pus and the orneut1T
itany one still doubts as to the
Squalifications of the Tribune for this important post of gen- OY
eral informant, he is referred to the Tribune's story appear-
SIGMA DELTA CHI SENDS OUT ing this morning, in regard to the Darin tax-exemption bill in DR. FRIDTJOF NANSEN TO FEAR
INVITATIONS TO 400 FOR particular and the practice of getting "scooped" in general. I APPEAR AT HILL iA
ANNUAL BUST Under a sample of such conservative and well-bred headlines AUDITORIUM
w iting as "Knock-out Blow" and "Daily Peeved at Being
FACULTY MEN SUMMONED: Scooped" there appear the following statements: PLANS TRIP TO ARCTIC W'GOO
"The facts were as stated in Friday's Tribune and are re-
Polic Serves Subpoenas To peated for the benefit of those who still place any credence i Is Identified With Air Expedition-
PalicemantfedWthAi xpdtinMajor-
Appear At Annual Affair what they read in the Michigan Daily concerning matters on Which Will Take Zeppelin On
In Union April 3 which it has been scooped by the Tribune. Into Far North'
"Evidently the first intimation that the Daily had that its
Subpoenas to appear before the pet measure had gone to the legislative scrap heap was when Another opportunity to hear one
Supreme Court of the University at it read the fact in the Tribune. As the source of the Tribune's of the world's leading Arctic ex-rW Ai
the Grid-iron banquet on April 3, absolutely correct information was given in the article, it is plorers who is widely known for hisMove
daring will be given to Ann Arbortth
at the Union, are to be served on rather difficult to understand why Representative Warner was audiences when Dr. Fridtjof Nan-th
approximately 400 prominent stu- not called or the records of the committee consulted, except upon sen speaks here at 8 o'clock Wed- 7fret
dents faculty members, and well- the theory that the Daily deliberately wished to create a false nesday, March 20, in Hill audito- - tion o
d ,rdwimpression and thus again avoid the appearance of having been rium on "Why The Arctic Calls Me
known citizens of Ann Arbor and beautifully scooped by the Tribune. Evidently the Daily would 'Again" Dr Nansen is at presentte
vicinity this mornig by membrs rather give out what amounts to false statements than admit that identified with an aero-Arctic ex- tr
of the United states post offwce it was scooped again. But then why admit what everybody knows. pedition which will take the Graft
liveedatyet edaywfteroond"To get the news while it is news and to get it correctly the Zeppelin on an expedition for de-Major
Patrolmn Albert Heusel as en- readers of the Michigan Daily sheuld read the Tribune." taild scientific research to the far comma
gaged yesterday afternoon by the The Daily has nothing but respect for the Tribune and its ac- Hnor- Corps'
Iwch Homer Saint-Gaudens, director
members of Sigma Delta Chi, nat- complishments, and its editors believe that the manner in which of Fine Arts at the Carnegie insti- Patrolman Albert Heusel who lubericator which is to be held at ordere
ional honorary professional jour- that journal has cooperated with the University journalism de- who was scheduled to speak drives the flier out of police head- the seventh annual Gid-on ban- Fort
nalistic fraternity, toserve the sub- partment in an effort to afford students of journalism an op- late in February on the Oratorical . .,
poenas on a few members of the portunity to learn the facts, express them ethically and sagely, association program, has been re- ence Cook Little before the clerk of- in the ball room of the Union comma
faculty, while the-remaining court and to put them into practice inan office where academic stand- placed by Dr. Nansen on this lec-the Supreme Court of the. Univer- The nature of t he duty which an inv
orders were put in the mails at ards are held sacred second only to the best interests of the Uni- ture series. The tickets marked for sity yesterday afternoon to answer would be required of the President tions
noon yesterday.rno n Itnsw r ouisb rexpectedhePreidnthats
noon yesterday. It is expected that versity is deserving of some kind of reward. Just what type of the Saint-Gaudens talk will be a summons just as The Daily pho- at the court was not disclosed by bus.
tive interest in the trial set for reward is still the question. When suclh a time arrives that te honored Wednesday. tographer was passing headquar- the clerk. Secr
the igtor il 3, t wich se r latest developments in University affairs can be given the reading Has Colorful Career ters. The chief of the detective squad that n
the night of April 3, at whpublic several days before such poorly-constituted organizations The varied and colorful career President Little was subphoenaed which has been working on the border
a decision will be reached by a as the Associated Press and the metropolitan newspapers can give, which Dr. Nansen has led marks for court service connection case is pictured sitting next to the should
jury, as yet unnamed, as to which ° hm h
jit, sistunamAssociathehedi i certainly time for a reapportionment of values.1 him out as one of the foremost liv-' with the trial of the loquacious clerk give ca
of the men accused has actually Aith, it r aily for aheaport iseti ofas ing Norwegians. At the age of 20 idents
done enough loquacious lubricating Althought the Daily for the most part is still old-fashioned !he made a perilous journey across SIyidents
on or near the the campus to be enough to continue to express its opinion in that part of the paper Greenland from its eastern to its FOCH FORKIFLca:;iya
subject to the penalty of caring fj reserved for opinion, it begs the pardon of its readers for this slip western boundaries together with FIG1H11IElyin at
the traditional oil can during the in composition, and assures those few who still continue to read two other Norwegians and three LIGHT1rtm.yLin
coming year. the Daily Official Bulletin that it will not happen again. Read I Laplanders. This venture was con-
Cabot Completes Sentence the Tribune! Isidered to be "the idea of a mad- I(tn sciaePre:) n The
The sentence imposed on Dean countrymen of his journey PARIS, March 18.-Marshal er-A cials a
Hugh Cabot, of the Medical school, And incidently, through word received late last night in a c tfu Of the relatively large number dinand Foch tonight was at an official
has nearly been completed, an t ommunication with Shelby Schurtz of Grand Rapids, one of the of men who have explored the far other crisis in his long and appar- state
within the next few weeks he will principal backers of the bill, the measure is not killed in the f north. - Dr. Nansen is the only ently hopeless illness. His physi- Allen B. Pond, '80, Succumbs After Pan-A
turn over thelong-nosed grease General Taxation committee as has been contended. Govern-W man living to witness the tremen- cians, in leaving him for a while Short Ihlness Which Was effect,
pot to the next man to be iso left without hearing both sides of the question. Petitions were mailed ! dous innovations which have been this ev Not Thought Serious ent t
handedly honored. Although the mert in Michigan will not allow the annihilation of a measure brought about in methods of travel no actual new attack, but that' itNht rsthe bo
next presentation will rest upon the Sunday from the Interfraternity council to every member of the through these ice-bound regions. i was a case merely of a gradual DESIGNED UNION BUILDING e
verdict of the ury, the symboic Legislature and to the Governor, presenting the fraternity's and 1 However, his friends have said that slow sinking and weakening of his _Isencei
feature of the yearly razz-fest will sorority's point of view, and a hearing on the measure is ex- Dr. Nansen prefers to be considered heart. One of Michigan's most active
be doslayed in some aysbeforee pected tb be obtained sometime this week. It is too much for pri aril as a Universit pofeso One doctor said with intense sad- and influential alumni, Allen B. ridual
banquet, for aspirants to the lofty the Tribune think that any committee, House, Senate or Gov- University in Oslo has been the ness: "Poor, dear marshal! It Pond, '80, a member of the Chicago gover
position to admire. ernor is biased enough to utterly ignore legal requests for relief scene of his chief actiities. Dr. would not require much of an a- architectural firm of Pond and The
While the name of the judge who for unfair taxation. Nansen first held the Position of tack to put an end to his game pond, desners of the Michigan e
will hear the case has not been an- m rtrttsUy battle no or hav
nounced, it will undoubtedly be beingpromoted from there to the ibuilding, died suddenly at 4:30 Iall pr
so e dsitrstd p ry p nIu u'mru i n I C U R u r
some disinterested party upon COUR T ACCEPTS chair of zoology, and later to the o'clock Sunday afternoon at St. laws i
whom the fraternity may rely to Nchair of oceonography In 1918, he m 1IA 1[U'Luke's hospital, Chicago. Although in Me:
conduct a fair trial and -to see thatI ROOT PROPOSALj was appointed to the highest post we r odto iksvrlwud
no man isconviced without due in the University, that of Rector days ago his case was diagnosed as rebeli
process of law. Attorneys for thel Magnificus. ;neuralgia, pneumonia set in and he ductin
prosecution anid counsels for the I (ysN Aocited 1res> Ranks As Diplomat I steadily became worse until his consti
defense are now being selected fromL GENEVA March 18.-The first Dr. Nansen has led a remarkable death, Sunday. Amerii
a long list of able lawyers who have froUU ojfi great step for the entrance of the life as explorer, author, scientist,l Besides receiving his A.B. degree vision
applied for the handling of the j United States to the World Court lecturer, and professor. As a diplo- from the University, Mr. Pond who Ane
cases which will be brought up be- Talks by three members of the of justice has been taken. The com- mat, too, he ranks among the Michigan's affirmative debating was born in Ann Arbor also was disclo
fore the court is adjuorned. University faculty and a series of misIsntof en internatio I rlds lee for he La No team will meet the negative trio of I any horir Master f Arts ic t
WilSerIwOfcr ouarmsclnmesb h 'jrists today unanimously accept-; way's representative to the League award by the University in 1911. directl
Will Swear In Officers popular musical ners rby the ed the fundamental ideas of the of Nations. He was awarded the I Northwestern University in a de- iHe also attended the Law school tionsi
Bailiffs and other officers of the Union dance orchestra under the' formula of Elihu Root for accep- Nobel Peace prize in 1922 for his bate Thursday night at 8 o'clock in here for one year from 1885 to- distan
court will be sworn from the direction of Paul Omer and "Bud tance of the American conditions1 unusual work in the repatriation of Hill auditorium. On the same night 1886. Since that time he has been large
while the Ann Arbor Prison band, Lewis" will comprise the 22nd Mich- for membership. Russian and German prisoners at Michigan's negative team will en- prominent in civic affairs in Chi- ness a
unde the aderso f obert Other important steps remain. the termination" of the World war. cago as both architect and reform L
nder the leadership of Robert igan Night radio program of the The American Senate must ratify Dr. Nansen is in the United gage the affirmative trio of the leader and has instigated or sug- The
Ei e iCurrenseries to be broadcast be-i what the veteran American states- States at the present time to ar- University of Wisconsin in a con- gested numerous improvements in borde
during the dinner which is to be tween 7 and 8 o'clock next Thurs- men have done at Geneva. More range the details for his next Arctictest at Madison, Wisconsin. These educational standards in the pub- where
given before the legal proceedngs day night. than that, the more than 40 states exploration trip from the standpoint contests are the two second semes- lic schools as a member of the edu- Some
It was stated yesterday by the James B. Edmonson, dean of the which now belong to the court of this country. The expedition has ter debates scheduled by the newly cation committees of the Union sent t
clerk of the court that all sum- School of Education, professor of must set their seals of approval on taken on an international aspect, League club and the City club in
mrons' must be acknowledged on or secondary education and director I today's agreement before American and is rapidly growing to large rD the Illinois metropolis. In addition Ariz.,
before March 30 in order to obtain of the division of Un:versity In-- adhesion can become an accom- proportions. It is the story of these The Varsity affirmative trio he was one of the founders of the Clark
passes to the bourt room where the spection of high schools, will speak plished fact. plans and what a magnetic force is which will meet Northwestern here Municipal Voter's League, the Texas
banquet and the trial will be held. on the subject, "The Old vs. The The officials did not seem vo the Arctic that draws him to it is composed of John Webster, 30P, powerful non-partisan organiza- assen
anque___New In School Discipline." sanguine as to the 40 other states. that Dr. Nansen will discuss here. Fenelon Boesche, '31, and Nathan tion and during the war served as golda
I Prof. Amos R. Morris of the rhe- They pointed out that there was Levy, '31. Jarl Andeer, '29, Stephen 'state director of food conservation er 800
MIMES TO SHOW toic department, will tell "What always a possibility that some one PHONE OFFICIALI Jones, '30L, and Leo Norville, '30, for Illinois, distribution agent of Jones
SComprisesa Rhetoric Labora- state may rebel against the Amer- compose the varsity negative team the United States commission on Arizo
MYSTERY PLAY tory," and Professor Ralph H., ican conditions as according to, TO SPEAK HERE which will debate against Wiscon- public information, and secretary at po
sity Observatory will talk on "Mars privileged a position to the United sin at Madison. of a war committee. The

General Lassiter, Acting
- Own Authority, Sends
Cavalry To Border
(By Associated Press)
SHINGTON, March 18.-
ent of more American troops
Mexican border was in prog-
day presumably with a view
nforcing American immigra-
fficials as a precautionary
o stem a possible wholesale
rebel entry into this cun-
ng on his own authority,
General William Lassiter,
ander of the Eighth Army
area at San Antonio, Tex.,
Bd a platoon of cavalry from
Bliss, El Paso, to Columbus,
and directed Brigadier Gen-
ieorge Van H. Moseley, Jr.,
ander of Fort Bliss, to make
restigation of general condi-
at the border city of Colum-
etary Good said emphatically
io orders had been issud to
troops except that nohing
be done by the army to
use for apprehension by res-
there. He said, however, the
ng out of the American poli-
the border line was entire-
the hands of the state de-
Policy Is Upheld
policy of the American offi
t the border has never been
ly defined and while the
department believes in the'
merican treaty which, if in
would permit this govern-
o detain rebels coming across
rder, certain obstacles seem
to arise because of the ab-
in international or American
any provision to hold indi-
s merely because they are
ing against the constituted
presumtion, however, is that
nmigration officials will be,
re been, instructed to employ
ovisions of the immigration
n an effort to keep the rebels
xico. Under American. law it
be comparatively easy for a-
to be deemed guilty of con-
g a conspiracy against the
tuted- foreign government. On
can soil and under this pro-
he could be incarcerated.
examination of army records
es there about 7,000 Amer-
roops and 500 officers in posts
ly on the border whie at sta-
within a comparatively short
ce from the border there are
numbers of troops in readi-
nd available for use.
ocate Unit At Fort Biss
largest unit of troops on the
r is stationed at Fort Bliss
2,600 men are quartered.
of these already have been
to Naco and Columbus, both
of entry. At Fort Hulacluca,
there are 950 men, at Fort
Texas, 700, at Camp Marfa,
600, while another 1,000 are
bled at Forts Brown, Ring-
and McIntosh,. Texas. Anoth-
are stationed at Camps H. J.
and S. D. Little, both in
na, and others are stationed
sts in California.
only report from revolution-

"In The Next Room," a thrilling Again." States. Wary c
mystery play, will open a week's! Sergius P. Grace, assistant vice- TIME SCHEDULE FoRlLITERARYthe s
run at Mimes theater beginning T UMMAWARDED SECONprsdetDf heBllTeeponZTESCEDLEFR ITRAYfrom
Monday night, March 25 and run-BRUMMA ARtSECOND PIZE aboratories will give an illustrat- COLLEGE ADDED TO CATALOGUE H r
TNTfYA7lcueon spech transmission CO LGI had
ning through Saturday night with IN NATION-WIDE PLAYdCONTESTae8'ctuecoc" thisevenig in ili fade
Reheasal Saveda btee.ne a O T S t80 'lc hseeigi il
a special Saturday matinee. auditorium, accompanied by sev- Arrangements for the rooms n order to give the students an gone
for two weeks with a cast which "The Strait-Jacket", a tragic piayG Gallienne, director of the Civic eral interesting demonstrations of hours, and instructors for the var.pportunity to arrange their sched-Ithat
includes many of the popular cam- written by Prof. John L. Brumm of Repertory Theatre of New York, "Recent Discoveries, and Inven- hours ss the College of Lit Iles in advance, and to decrease treat
ustnhe cat y foritesuthe poa the Journalism department, has and a college professor, was seeded tions of the Bell Telephone Labor- ous courses in he number of publications in con- can.
pus theatrical favorites. The pl ibeen awarded second prize in the by preliminary state contests atories." erature, Science and the Arts, fIO iection with the classification.
answer to many requests to E. nation-wide play-writing contest throughout the nation. One t of the main features will be the next school year, will not b Preparation of the literary cata-
Mortimer Shuter, director of sponsored by the Drama League of Play-writing is Professor Brumm's the illustration of speech inver- issued in a special "time schedule' ague for next year is now being
Motime thtMies dratyster America and Longmans, Green and most cherished hobby. "Hereto- sion. In this demonstration intel- as they have been during the pas; mdertaken by the editorial office,
Mimes, that Mimes do a mystery ao company. The award consists in fore I have written plays, not fo ligible English will be spoken into few years, but will be incorporatec vhich has charge of all official
play during th vel effects in.the the publication of the play,- and the purpose of placing them, but a transmitter and come out unin- in the general catalogue for thh )ublications of the University.
Many special novel eery are possible production. because I like to write them," he telligible. The jargon will then be college, according to an announce- Other catalogues, especially those Mi
way of at dosphere and scenery are This play, written by Professor said. "I now have a number of repeated into the transmitter and ment made late yesterday from 'or the coming summer session are Nort
being planned especially for the Brumm in pursuit of his hobby, is plays which I lost interest in when be emitted as understandable Eng- the editorial office of the Univer- also occupying the time of 'the of- test,
Room." Th e n tw e n- a character study. "It concerns a'they were finished, but the accept- lish. sity. ice. Summer sesion bulletins have time
nouncedThurinte prsnt w eek. 'nsuccessful professor of economics," ance of "The Strait-Jacket" may I Delayed speech, an accomplish- Schedules with the time, room, already been issued for the College the
nounced during the present week said Professor Brunm, "whose life encourage me to do something ment used in trans-Atlantic tele- and respective instructor for the of Engineering. and Architecture, here
_ demonstrates the inhibitions a more with them. I have just cor- phony, will also be demonstrated. various courses were issued this and for the courses in library 18 o'c
-S - Cman'sheritage place upon him. His pleted a new play, called "The Mr. Grace will speak into a special year at the time of clasification science.-thei
FRESHMANCLASS NOTICE-t,,mtradiwodilnt+- af nxSe- t rA nsmitter and his word will not I A nn ni a n- A ein s s i Am+ he-

enters in Mexico received at
tate department today was
Counsel Blocker at Mazaltan.
epor tedthat federal airplanes
determined that the rebel
s set up at Mondesto had
northward in Sinaloa, and
rebels at La Cruz were re-
ing northward toward Culia-
chigan's representative for the
hern Oratorical League con-
which will be held here some-
in April, will be selected at
final local contest to be held
on Wednesday, March 27, at
lock in the Alpha Nu room on
fourth floor of Angell hall.
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