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CREASE D Lawmakers War' IDOI STA Professor Cooley, Sociologist, D
CREASE BANC[L ADD On 'Free Smokes ULU L HlL OL Critically Ill A fter Operation Ul
Att urn orney Complains OF Cigarette il SricknIessi~ Of Past Few Weeks Results 0
Sana ingN orROSHlRsICIHr L I SLIaVlasInAnInrConfinementAIMA55tM N
IlIU~b tt~in~n~esMakng ois Lik ES55 ickessCowie Hospital
LASN:EeuiestptfrI Prof. Charles Horton Cooley, hea
GAL STIN his proposal to ban free cigarette N PARIS HOM DADMISSING
LiiS distributions to men and women oth scillogacer mnti an-
students at the University is claim- seriouslyill, according to an an-
edb ersnaieJh .nouncement made following an op-x
LAW LUB ND NION AREed by Representative John W.
SCENES OF ANNUAL The complaint of Fred P. Geib, TO TAKE FINAL LEAVE THAT ESCAPED; ONE hospital Thursday. INVA
AFFAIRS Grand Rapids attorney and OF MARSHALL FOCII WORKER RESCUED Professor Cooley has been con- NIG
alumnus of the University, was fined to his bed for several weeks,
DEC8RATWNS ARE NOVEL given as the cause for Representa- TO BE BURIED TUESDAY INVESTIGATICN BEGUN and has been forced to give up all lSO0
#tive Bailey's action. Just what his departmental work. The an-
cuKay's And Marks' Orchestras legal mrette lbianufcturers fro Generalissimo. Of Allied Forces Red Cross And Salvation Army ouncment ofsthe rent opera-
Provde uneul Msicven cigrete mnufaturrs romtion is the first intimation the
Fr Dners making a noise like Santa Claus. To Have Resting Place In Workers Kept Occupied campus- has had that the noted Of'
For Dancers i around Ann Arbor is still in doubt. ; Tomb Of Emperor In Stricken Area sociologist was in a critical condi-
Dressed in the formal attire fromAa"We shall take whatever action . on.
which the dance received its name may be possible and advisable," (By ssociated Press) (,, Associated eC As a result of his illness, Pofes- Coe
more than 25 colesrteded the said Representative Bailey. "The PARIS, March 22.-The family of PARNASSUS, Pa.,. March 22.- sor Cooley was unable to partici-
Cre an hel ls nt in governor feels exactly as Geib and 'Marshal Foch looked upon the Fifty-five men dead and missing, pate in the recent meetings of the will in
Crease Dance held last night m ,b.t gboisbruh t h sr ic higan Academy of Science in fedh
the lounge of the Lawyers' Club. I" great soldier's face for the last with 41 bodies brought to the suhrMe
This was the twenty-fifth of the I Representativ e Biy time today. Then his grateful ae nive lnaccoted for e s heas scheduled to ies aProf. Charles Horton Cooley Coach
annual functions given by the sen- ernor Green, and Attorney Geib' n ieuacutdfr o ih dresses as the sociology represen- Conside
ions of the Law school as the larg- feel was not specifically stated, country took charge of his body was given as the toll of the dis- tative in the symposium on an- been connected with teaching at self to
est social affair of that school dur- beyond the fact that their feelings which will be laid to rest in the In- aster at Kinloch mines, where an thropology. the University of Michigan since dual e
ing the year. on the matter were similar, but it valides on Tuesday along side that explosion spread destruction yes- Professor Cooley, who is sixty- 1892. He has been a full professor schedul
The windows in the lounge were was strongly intimated that they of Napoleon. terday. five years of age, was born Ann since 1904.I team -a
covered with large heraldry shields frowned on encouraging boys and This afternoon and evening the Some few hundred miners es- Arbor. He was graduated from the The Michigan sociologist is con- ent sea
with flood lights behind them. In girls to smoke. people of Paris, rich and poor, caped several hours after the blast, 'School of Literature, Science and sidered one of the foremost au- It wil
the center of one of the walls was Investigations, it was reported by young and old, stood for hours i gaining the open air through the the Arts in 1887, and received a thorities in his field in the United of thes
the shield of- the Lawyers' club. Representative Bailey, verified re- under a chilly drizzle for the priv- Valley Camp entry, five miles from Ph.D. degree from the University States. His famous books, "u- I ries of
Jack McKay's Country Club or- ports that gratis distribution of ilege of passing through the mor- the main slope, and today one four years later. man Nature and the Social Order," holds a
chestra, arranged on a platform at cigarettes had been made in Ann tuary, in the marshal's home where more man, Lawrence Althouse, was Professor Cooley is one of the "Social Organization," and "Social gregati'
one end of the room, furnished the Arbor. he lay in closed coffin covered by found alive in the mine. Althouse oldest members on the faculty from Processes" are used in the leading tories.
music. the flag of France upon which had been entombed 27 hours in a the point of view of service, having universities of the country. have p
Newsboys Give Away Extras flIFrested a silver crucifix. section of the workings which the- win col
During the evening, newsboys R RWait In Rain fatal after-damp did not reach. CROWDS WATCHrthe ver
rushed in with the regular issue of The list of unaccounted for was WATCHIw
the Ca paer hich is u t From mid-day until long after materially reduced this afternoon FLAMES RAVAGE Back
te Ceasepr hch yearatuheime ofgh adfaln n the gratwhen a number of men who es- humila
dne and ai satire o vhe hgates in front of the Foch home caped from the ValleyCamp en- ROOMING HOUSE I u
dance, and contams satire n ar ~had been closed, thousands waited)tybtfie orpr h ie h
ous, persnages a ppatiently on the sidewalks for their offices, were located through a Origin Of Blaze Is Undetermined;wtha
ous personages and departments of i.llfiIlUIU hdbencoetouad atdtry but failed to report a the mines I VIR[ Iwi nvriyIptetyo h ieak o hi fiewr oae hog rgnO lz sUdtrie;wth W
tIII turn to pass the bier. They waited -wit
Chaperones included Dean Henry ip silence and during the evening heck-up at their homes. Dining Room And Living Room tories t
M. Bates and Mrs. Bates; Prof. Her- Former Actors Invited To Attend hours they waited in the rain Cleared Of Gas Are Demolished cans.]
bert F. Goodrich and Mrs. Good-' Installation Of Members Here each to pay his modest homage to With the mine practically clear- Ruthven And Strauss Find Play the str
rich; Prof. Paul A. Leidy and Mrs. On May Eleventh the great military leader. ed of gas, rescue squads were to-, Flames of undetermined origin Excellently Executed In and up
Leidy. {hwhotook ther night hacking at debris within the which broke out at about 10:30 last Every Department 44% wi
Mawiesoe20culswrACETD The thousands 'whoasetookidratheirag 1beeng
Meanwhile, some 250 couples were SEVERAL HAVE ACCEPTED farewell of Foch yesterday and the mine in an effort to account for the night caused considerable damage thee
dancing to the strains of Gerald thousands who followed them miners listed as missing. One body to the. home of Mrs. G. C. Howard, StEATS STLL AVAILABLE Tonig
chess at theis OrolTce r- Elaborate plans for the Mimes through the crepe hung doors of was believed to be in eight feet of located at 228 Thayer street, and ern tea
Union allro las t reunion and initiation on Saturday, his home today were but the fore- water at the base of the coveyors completely demolished the interiorrmstrig
to purchase tickets for the fresh- May 11, are being carried out by runners of the tens and tens of a e mine mout. o ree rooms. run "Forward Marchn" the 25th though
man dance saw most of the tlckets the various committees i charge, thousands who will do him homage Walter H. Glasgow, secretary of The fire is believed to have or- annual Junior Girls' Play which is nobett
sold and the committee assured of according to Harlan P. Cristy, '29, after his body is taken to the Arc the state department of 'mines, an- iginated in a faulty flue or in a b iunted is wh is triangu
financial sud ess mpresident of Mimes frmale Triomphe on Sunday. Without nounced late today that he had pile of combustible material in the being presented this eceiat the Dartmc
sAlumni of Mimes from all over any ceremony the coffin will be appointed a commission of western basement. It had gained consider- thusiastic comment from Dr. Alex-.. with
Orchestra Scores Hit r nfthe country are being sent invita- taken from the home on Sunday Pennsylvania mine inspectors to able headway before it was discov- ander G. Ruthven director of the out the
The dance, although beginning tions for the week-end's events. It morning and placed near the tomb make an investigation of the ex- ered and reported by neighbors.Un Museums, and from The
at 10 o'clock, did not really get un- is expected that a large crowd of ;of the unknown soldier. There, plosion for the commonwealth. Spreading rapidly through the Prof. Louis A. Strauss of the Eng . Cornell
der way until 11:30 at the end of men who have in the past been guarded by officers from his army Their inquiry will be started to- partitions of the frame struc- ,ishdepartment softheof whoEer
the grand march. This march was j prominent in the various activities headquarters, the coffin will rest morrow, Glasgow said, if all bodies ture, the flames quickly reached i er mnt, bt o wh Ete
lead by Kenneth McCallum, '32, of Mimes including the annual j for all to salute until Monday night have been removed by that time. the living room, dining room, play )York
general chairman of the frolic com- opera and other presentations dur- when the bier will be placed in the Otherwise he said it will be put off and kitchen. Of these rooms,' "One of a series of Junior Girls' I Pennsy
mittee, and Miss Dorothy Hendley ing the year will return to Ann Cathedral of Notre Dame to await until Monday. The inspectors who the last two were completely ruined Plays that have been outstand- Mo
of Detroit. Following this cere- Arbor for the event it is hoped 'the solemn requiem mass which will form the inquiry board are and most of the furniture was ing," was Dr. Ruthven's charac- Whil
mony, Marks band, a Columbia will become a yearly tradition. will usher in the national funeral Aleck McCanch of District 1, John destroyed, while the furnishings I ition of "Forward March." have h
recording orchestra, switched from The plans calls for a gala ban-on Tuesday S. Bell, District No. 2 and W. J. of the living room were mostly "The music is very good, and the to tes
march time to fox trots and did quet Saturday ght which will His Troops To Guard McGregor of District 14. saved. Most of the damage to the directing isplendid," he declared. of th
not cease until 2 o'clock this morn- constitute at once the main gath- All the regiments of France will Red Cross Busy front of the house was done when! dFrc d pMarch"is, he added, the mains
ing. The band of 11 pieces was ering of the reunion and the initia- AlthreinsofFacwllRdCssBy a large plate-glass window was "Fkndowrdmrchs e adeth ain
v welceveds i n uet.uSpecalenterta send soldiers to escort the body The last bodies to be brought smashed. p kind of play in which a great deal to the
The floral decorations were not ment will be provided for the from Notre Dame to its last rest- from the mine, late this afternoon' Atdepends on the direction. Drcompe
spread in profusion about the dance alumni throughout the day pie- ing place in the Invalides, and were said by rescue workers to be After the flames had been sn Ruthven termed the whole play season.
flor, i sfusaloutoeoor, as is the usual custom, but ceding the gathering that night. there will be military delegations in good condition. It was their be- ot i the e mn dwn extremely enjoyable. Professor The
were grouped in a striking design.. Following the dinner, a program from among the men of other lief the men were victims, of suf- stairs, one of the firemen, who Strauss also gave the play the month
The favors given to the girls were of novel acts will be offered. There countries whom he commanded as focation. went to the second floor to aser- highest praise. "Forward March,"' champ
combined address-books and dia- will be included in the program of-. supreme chief of the Allied armies. Red Cross and Salvation Army tan i an of the fire dsched according to him, is "undoubtedly Illinois
ries with places for daily entries ferings by the fourten initiates, The caisson bearing his coffin workers were busy during the day, hat portion of the house, discovi one of the best plays ever produced Celev
through the year. skits by many of the active mem- through the streets of Paris will be visiting homes where one of the erd th habeens bring by junior women and certainly the some
Many men and women prominent i bers and, stars of the past, as well flanked by men, selected from the men folk perished in the disaster. acted al o te. st t, eund e mossor te ,
on the campus were present at the as other special surprises. troops who protected the capital Assistance was given in the for- 'Hoses were immediately taken Strauss, too, found the music and main,
Frolic, as well as a large number The reunion will mark the first and from the 20th Army Corps of ulation of funeral plans and s reate ten cting excellent, while the char- mains
of beautiful girls from out of town big attempt o its d to bng the wich the marshal was commander m o afforded the bereaved upstairs and the plaster betweenactrs did "very meritorious work," I In t
'alumni of . Mimes together ata when the World War began. com fore h brae the floors was torn out in order! he declared. ! has sh
spring gathering. Many plans for From all the provinces of France __in-._to reach the source of the combus- { A number of seats in the best streng
spresgdeathriromisasypliis and fromwhmanyy foreigne landsr
resdent Promises the future of Mimes and its tion, which by this time was forc- parts of the Whitney are still avail- tance
Aid In Farm Relief of the present will be discussed. many men and women whose Rising River Floods ing its way to the attic. The rooms able for the matinee performanceI events
A number of alumni from dis- hearts have t#n touched by the of two students, who lived in the this afternoon, according to Mar- Ilacks t
Issues Proclamation On National tant points have already signified passing of the modest devout head IiLhouse, were drenched with water ho ae ibley, busine maager I n
Origins Immigration Bill On their enthusiasm over the proposi- of the French army are already on mL ns from the powerful hoses. Much of 'who is in charge of the ticket sales.derson
Mitchell's Advice tion and, their intention of return- their way to Paris to be present at Waters Stream Over Lowlands As their clothing and many booksa
ing to Ann Arbor for the week-end. his funeral. Levees Break North were rumne. Federal Authorities ly, wi
_ _I Of Quincy An enthusiastic crowd of men .A. better.

n Holds Largest Number
Wins For Meets Of Past
Eighteen Years
By Morris Quinn
ll's powerful track team
vade the precincts of the
use at 8 o'clock tonight for
raditional dual meet with
Steve Farrell's Wolverines.
rable interestiattachesnit-
the meet as it is the only
ncounter on the indoor
e of the Maize and Blue
.nd will conclude the pres-
11 be the eighteenth meeting
e traditional rivals in a se-
meets in which Michigan
decided edge over the ag-
on from Ithaca with 13 vic-
In recent years the Wolves
ractically monopolized the
umn, Cornell having earned
edict only once since 1921.
olves Drubbed In 1922
in 1922 the big Red team
ited the Farrellmen by a 59-
bbing, but since that time
olverines gained revenge
number of one-sided vic-
o their credit over the Itha-
Last season they invaded
onghold of the Cornell team
set the dope with a 50 to
in after the easterners had
enerally picked to capture
ght's meet will see the east-
m favored to break the long
of Wolverine triumphs. Al-
Cornell was able to finish
er that third in the annual
ilar meet with Harvard and
outh, the dual encounter
ale saw -the Ithacans nose
e Bulldogs by a 58-55 count.
third engagement on the
indoor schedule was the
n intercollegiates in which
inished fourth behind Ne
University, Georgetown, and
akley's Men Experienced
e Coach Jack Moakley's men
ad ample indoor competition
their strength, the power
Farrell-coached team re-
more or less uncertain due
fact that the Wolves have
ed in no dual meets this
meet staged in Detroit last
the Conference indoor
ionships at Iowa City, the
Relays and the meet at
nd made it possible for
of the Maize and Blue ath-
o get a taste of real compe-
but' as a unit the team re-
largely untried.
he meets thus far, Cornell
own more than average
h in the weights, the dis-
runs and the pole vault, all
in which the Michigan team
he strength of former years.
shot put Captain John An-
has been tossing the ball
i the 47 foot mark consisten-
h Levy good for 44 feet or
Wickham is another pos-

(B'y Assoc~Iaed IPress) .__EdTand women students of the Uni- o
WASHINGTON, March .22.-Pes- Daily Editors To Defeat Sports Scribes Mexican War sibility
dent Hoover is ready to ca-operate- s D1 E 1'1L t Cages (B'. Associated P^ versity stood around the burning be the
it ther onresiona co-mmttes When Rival Fives Clash In Cage Classic QUINCY, Ill., March 22-A rising house to watch the proceedings, First Rebel Drive At Mazatlan Is event.
with the Congressional committees offering advice where they thought' Repulsed By Regulars In Leve
in the formulation of a farm relief 'By Eskimo inactive sports head, Quinn that rtodaanerore down on Quincy it needed, and aiding in moving . Strong Position a deci
In the second publications basket several all-conference selections today after flooding thousands of furniture and clothes to the house Man"
sentation of a definite measureby;{ept
himself would amount to an en- ball classic of the present season, would be used in the contest. It acres of fertile farm land, ruin- next door. ('y Associated Press) b
croachment upon the prerogative i Captain George Tilley's Daily Edi- is thought that there will be at ing wheat, drowning much live MEXO CITY, March 22.-Fedtgan.
Itoial basketers will meet the l one member of the regular - stock, and driving scores of fa- Fire In Rae Theater eral authorities tonight expressed Cornel
of Congress., andthemselvesoras osatisfiede withathehesit- in his
ofCnrs.floorwalkers from the sports de- Isports staff on the floor sometime tieiesve fromtitheirwihhomes.t
This word emanated from the:;de rmter oe.jrea
White House today about the time partment of the same publication during the course of the game, The two breaks in the Inian Damages MachineryI uation at both Mazatlan and on iroe an
Ahe Hhme- at 2 o'clock this afternoon on the even though it be only between T the west coast near Torreon in the the Re
cn rpresentatives of the Ameri- hardwood- floor of the new Intra- halves. Grave levees, several miles north northern area. Reports from Maz- with L
can Farm Bureau Federation ar-e mural building in the second round Although the executives staff of of Quincy, yesterday, was follow- Five reels ofbfilm were destro atlan ,were that the entrenched ing fo
riving here for the ced or a of the tournament. the editorial team has not definite- ed by a drop in the river stage and considerable damage was done federal defenders had repulsed the W
presentation of the administra-in Manager Patrick and Trainer ly announced the line-up, it is un- as flood waters poured over the to epojectin both hn the first drive of the insurgents, made The
prnsenfatmion f the ametheMonroe of the editorial sheet took derstood that such veterans as lowlands. Today, however, the Rae htfer, 1 Wshortl Hafter :str3 early this morning. heavil
ion's farm program to take the Dead-eye Rosenberg into a strategy "Dog-shot" Kline, "Wild Walt" river began rising again and was cugk fisortly ter 9:30 While pushing its military opera- and G
place of their old friend, the twice conference yesterday afternoon, Wilds, "Howl" Howell, 'Ruffentuff" nearing the 20-foot stage. It had o'clock this morning. The orig tions against the rebels still nthe nell sp
droppedM toy-19.5 eet. the fire was not determined. The Ifed h oenetcrido t em
While MrHove will from which the latter emerged Gentry, "Slippery" Sloss, and dropped to 19.5 feet. ectin machine as well as the field, the government carried onitsSeymo
pose anMariHuura ill nit w- with the smile of victory written "Frizzely" Feldman would see ac- The majority of the farmers, an- s outide the booth were badly es ti oeen in
made known at the White House all over his face. What caused the tion. A report given out late last ticipating the break in the levees, dfrthe firemen found itshort-lived movement hurdle
nterenceattheWhtis ue -htbI. m'e thei beo insback to Iburned, and Vera Cruz. 'neithe
that he feels his views and Repub- success of the conferenceis night by Coach "Brute' Simons moved theirbeongings I necessary to use three tanks of'Verh nkguz.f eiter
lican party views on agricultural thought to be the discovery that stated that Larry Klein would safety along the bluffs. The entire chemical to extinguish the blaze. Six high ranking naval officers perfor
legislation were stated clearly in there would be no need for the im- probably have a new finger in time district is preparing for a long Lester Darling, who operates the wcourt martial investigation on thaIr omore
the last campaign particularly by portation of any players. It was for the game this afternoon. Sev- siege of high water and while most caprojecting machine, was burned possible connection with the revolt. with e
himself h-f his address at St. Louis. even intimated that the second eral other prospects were on rec- ( of the levees now are holding up slightly about the eyes, but was iThe fleet has remained in Vera feet
string editors would start the ord in the vault in the training -well against the constant strain of otherwise unhurt. Cruz harbor for several days after Yale
WASHINGTON, March 22.-Pres- , game with a few of the first string quarters, but no more names were high waters, every precaution is It is thought by Lee Stanchfeld, the city had been seized by rebel raland
ident Hoover, acting on a ruling of I men being held in reserve in case forthcoming before the contest. being taken to guard against fur- manager of the theater, that the General Jesus M. Aguire. the hi
Attorney-General Mitchell but the men from the sporting corner The names, however, would strike ther breaks. manatirobuthding eaterdhateGente
Atony-eea Mthl bti(entire building would have been j enste

. Poorman and Brooks will
Michigan entries in this
ring,.Cornell two miler, holds
sive victory over Jim "Iron
Reid of Harvard, and will
ed against Wuerful -of Mich-
Benson, veteran miler of the
11 squad, is slated to perform
favorite event against Mon-
d Austin, while Brumider is
d team's best bet in the half
amont and Monroe perform-
r the Wolves.
olves Favored In Dashes
Wolverines should score
y in the dashes with Tolan
rodsky favored over the Cor-
rinters, while Tarbill and the
ur twins are almost sure
winners in the 440. The
s look like open events,
r team boasting outstanding
er, Cornell's sensational soph-
should take the pole vault
ase, as he has a mark of 13
inches in his credit in the
meet. Erickson and McClel-
vill compete .for Michigan. In
gh jump Wickham and Hop-
tdt are exnected to battle it


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