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Roosevelt Honors
MAT TEAM Michigan Graduate
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'Arabic Typewriter
Is Late Invention




n.u .M.iompson,ass1ea4 Characters Of
THutce Of New Yeork CourtrnanVarying Wits AndE
SEASON IHon. Robert F. Thompson, '92L
has been nmed Justic of the ACHICAGO-Thepetrio of'
pellate division, Fourth Deartment, l n n inT lflfU American efpcentoetanrg r a
of te SuremeCour ofte stte N VA[ quarters of the globe was ilustrat- H
M OVER CHI ASO,,O AV [81N 10 O IT SOtIONS OR NEW [GAIe y n f h ddehbisa
______ficial acts of the recently inaugu- the National Business show here.
rated governor of the Empire state, ! This is the Arabic typewriter, the
TO OVERCOME EARLY pointed to fill the vacancy caused NAVAL COMMITTEE MAKES APPOINTMENT OF DONOVAN Jones, equipped with 104 charac-
MAROON LEAD by the retirement of Justice Wil- LETTER PUBLIC AS ATTORNEY-GENERAL ters of varying widths and heights, SMITH WILL CONFER
-liam W. Clark, who retires on ac- which have to be written on the TO CUT COST OF
LOSE FIRST TWO FALLS count of the age limit. NAVY NOT ONLY ISSUE MANY FIGHT MELLON line, above, and below.
This is an honor which is espe- "The varying widths of the char-
Captain Warren, Hewitt, Steinke, cially deserved in the case of Jus- Member Of Parliament Proposes President-elect Will P r o b a b 1y acters," said J. B. Summers, in Acceptance of a gift of $1,750,000
Kelly, Thrust, And Hager tice Thompson because of his dis-' Two Informal Meetings In Withhold Names Of Official charge of the exhibit, "require un-
Gain Time Decisions ( tinguished services as presiding jus- London And Washington Family Until March even spacing, and only by combin- for the erection of a legal research li
tice at trial terms of the Supreme '-- -'ing two or more characters to form the quadrangle bounded by the Lawy
court in the district. ! B Associated Press) (By Associated Pes)one was it
By Charles Kaufman Atrgautn rmteUi AHNTN Jan. 1.-Chair-: ;soitdPrs)oewsi possible to hold the Cooks, was one of two important bush
After graduating from the Uni- WASHINGTON,.JWASHINGTON, Jan. 10.-Presi- machine down to two shifts.
Michigan opened itsConference versity in 1893 with his bachelor man Britten of the House naval a special meeting of the Board of Ree
wetigsaowiha181vc-dent-elect Hoover, nearing the end( "The Arabic language being readaspclmetnofteB rdfRee
wrestling season wit of laws and his master of laws de- committee today made public a of his first week of conferences in from left to right, the carriage had
tory over the Chicago mat team grees, Justice Thompson began to letter from Commander Joseph Washington since his election, to to e rg, ather arge he The other action taken was the re
last night in Yost field house the . ahgo me i lcin o to be reversed, and there are few
practice in Ontario county, New Kenworthy, a member of the Bit- day heard opposition voiced to letters that cannot be written in proposed women's dormitory to be built
Wolverine grapplers staging aYork. He got his political start ish Parliament, proposing two in-
boutsin someles ofgithoserk Hmentionedliicaastatlihkely;aenatprleast to four;sodifferentmetioways.lielTheatlthe Universityt ays Thospital.rs hoThea. entiretie m
comeback to win six straight bouts when elected district attorney and formal meetings this year of Anglo-sk.ty:p
by time decision advantages after after several years of faithful serv- American legislators to discuss cabinet selections. l language complete contains 658 Secretary Shirley W. Smith who will
losig te frsttwoby all. Ab~iti ie ws eevaed o th contyI nvalparty.A group of Senate Republican in- symbols."
lo750 spectators witnessed the judgeship and later to his esteem- Kenworthy's communication was dependents appeared to be behind Jones is also the inventor of the engineers with regard to certain change
matches. ed position on the Supreme Court one of several exchanges of views a concerted drive against the re- Chinese typewriter with 48 keys for specifications. It is generally understoo
The two Maroon victories came bench which he now holds. At between himself and Britten since appointment of Andrew W M o printing China's newly adopted action was the fact that all the bids wer
in the 118- and 138-pound bouts, present, Justice Thompson is one the latter suggested to Premier . as secretary o the treasury and it phonetic symbols which have
falls in each giving the Chicago of the most distinguished jurists on Baldwin last December that naval has been indicated that this selec- greatly simplified the idegraphic $800,000, the sum originally set as thec
team a 10-0 lead. In the next bout the Supreme Court bench of New limitations should be discussed at tion would meet with determined alphabet.
Kelly wriggled free after being on York a meeting at Ottawa of membe" s opposition in the next Senate. I No date has been set for the re-openrn
the rbottomand tookthe offen- rkof the American and British na- Senator Nye of North Dakota, CU S ESand ai
sive to give Michigan her first vic- gional legislators. added his voice today to that ofSLite r
tory. Captain Warren, Thrust, The letter of the Parliament is to be expected that Senator archite
SeikH gritd Hewitt follow- PHLH O II pea Seao UIIIVILI architageres
eti e re substatialtie- member today suggested that the Couzens of Michigan, who has been Pr
ed with five retsantial time American Congressional delegation invited ,to see Mr. Hoover tomor- library
verinesm 15, more points and the the bi
adeentagCwALL tFORdTRhOUT l-should meet with a parliament row, will strongly oppose appoint- TO GVE3PL YwyeAR U T
gein ningm PinsRund [he group in London in the early ment of Mr. Mellon.
Winnng spring, with areturn visit toCouzens Vs. M~ellon LMonroi
Washington next. Not only the will be
Winning of Chicago opened the problems of naval parity but those The treasury secretary and Michy library
meet by pinning Rubin, Maize and involving interpretations of in- gaged from I y elete kee Sextet Shows Strong
Blue 115 pounder, in 5:44 of wrestl- Freshmen With One Grade Better ternational law marine would be time to time in bitter controver- And Kelly Are Selected Offensive Combination;
ing.sed Aawterrntwoominuteso offtevengramWins By 11Score Defin
ing After two minutes of even Than C Average For First i discussed, Kenworthy proposed. sies over tax matters involving both
mat work, the new Conference Semester Are Eligible Britten said that it was his in- the administration of the income were n
rules" were brought into play and I tention to "talk with members of tax division of the internal revenue OPENS THURSDAY NIGHT MICHIGAN ATTACK WEAK be of
Winning went below, but prov EXPERIENCE UNNECESSAR the committee of naval affairs as' bureau and the attempt of then
too strong for Rubin, breaking loose well as with some of the officers treasury to reassess a large sum Three one-act plays will consti- By Edward L. Warner club.I
to take the advantage and win a Calls for freshmen tryouts for of the American group of the inter- against Senator Couzens , on the tute Play Production's next pro- Flashing an offensive combina- it has
fall with a stretcher and bar arm parliamentary union before an- sale of Ford Motor stock years ago. gram of laboratory presentations, to, tion that was hard to stop, Mar- tain r
hthe three major student publica- swering Commander Kenworthy's The reappointment of Mr. Mel- be given next Thursday and Satur- quette university's hockey team lines
hold. bout-which lions will be made during the first letter"hIon has been regarded in well in- day nights, Jan. 17 and 19, in Uni- overwhelmed the Wolverine puck- the La
came next, Dyer duplicated his week of the second semester. Any The Kenworthy letter praised formed circles as practically a fore- versity hall auditorium. The plays men, 10-1, at the Coliseum rink Cook
e s h s. Britten's suggestion by saying "by gone conclusion and if Mr. Hoover chosen are Alice Gerstenberg's last night. Marquette's two star dared
teammate's feat, gaining the onlyfreshman student who finishes the your courage you have opened up has been influenced by what has "Overtones," Eugene O'Neill's, "The forwards, McKenzie and Macfad- chared
other fall of the meet over Wood- first semester with one grade bet- a new road to international peace been said in opposition to the vet- Dreamy Kid," and George Kelly's, yen, carried the brunt of the at- In the fu
ard, Michigan sophomore, with a ter than a "C" average is eligible and understanding. I am in a po- eran Pennsylvania cabinet officer "The Flattering Word." tack, each scoring five goals for last A
half nelson and crotch hold, in for participation as a tryout for sition to state," his letter read, there have been no indications of As has been customary in the their team's total. shoped
5:49. either the business of the editorial "that a very influential body ofit around his headquarters. four previous programs of the cur- Michigan's sextet showed spurts ultima
Kelly Starts Winning Streak staffs of either one of the three English members of Parliament of A bit of political gossip which rent season of Play Production, ad- of form, but the Wolverines were school
Kelly earned his "M" with a vic- publications, the Michigan Daily, all parties could be got together has been going the rounds in mission for the two performances unable to carry a sustained ofense. tes of
tory over Bradley in the following the Michiganensian, of the Garg- for a free and frank discussion and Washington and which lacked con- will be by invitation only. Any Although they peppered the Mar-
145-pound match. The Maroon oyle. exchange of opinions with gentle-; firmation is that pressure against persons desiring to be considered quette goal with many shots, they The
took an advantage in the first ; ~~men of hike standing in Congress. esn eiigt b osdrdqa h
took an advantage in the first The Daily, published every morn- Pity Ntn Sol Isue s the appointment of William J. on the regular list of patrons, or lacked the passing combination to in te
minute, b"Befor po further I feel Donovan of New York, as attorney- who are interested' in simply the push the puck past Buck, the op- g to
kept Bradley on the defensive for well as the campus in the capacity bound to inform you that it is the general has caused the President- com posing goalie.
the rest of the bout, gaining a time of the only local morning daily. In ion of many persons with elect to cast about for other are asked to communicate with The speed and passing of the
advantage of 3:53 over his oppo- addition to covering the campus ( whom I havendiscussed the pro- likely material for this post with Valentine B. Windt, director of Marquette pair, McKenzie and Pre
nent. field, The Daily is equipped with posed meeting, and I venture to the probability that he would name Play Production. Macfadyen, made their presence cTe
Captain Warren of Michigan, Associated Press news service by, express the same opinion myself, a personal friend. "Overtones," is said to be one of a constant threat whenever they: constri
who was undefeated in the 155- which it brings news of events in that naval parity is not the only: A part of this story was that W. the very early fore-runners of the invaded Michigan territory. They wood
pound class last year, overwhelmed all parts of the world to its readers. question at issue. We may as well E. Lamb of Chicago, was under type of play like O'Neill's popular hed up to their team's cognomen. structi
Watteniberg to win the next match,I Any student interested in gain-! face the fact that certain inter- ;consideration. Mr. Lamb, a men- 'success now playing in Detroit' theydenAvadanhe as cktiandtuthesen
a 9:10 advantage. The Michigan ing experience either with the ed- pet: ations of international law at ber of the law firm of Butler, Lamb, "The Strange Interlude," for in itaainache ey pushed the puck into the e
leader took the lead with quick re-i itorial or the business office of a sea have an important bearing on Foster and Pope, was law officer both the subconscious and the Mywa the Wouterandingt.Wo-os
versal shortly after the bout start- newspaper will be given that op- future Anglo-American relations. for the food administration dur- conscious are heard to speak,lwiaefenes Mayers ding d Wol- SO E
ed, and was kept from gaining a portunity on The Daily. Previous I believe it will be found just as; ing the war and after Mr. Hoover: feature distinctive of such plays. ice with the puck, but failing to ands,
fall only by Wattenberg's tactics experience is unnecessary. important to exchange views on was made secretary of commerceIO'Neill's play, "The Dreamy Kid," getwithpast Buck, buthfaionsa
of wriggling off the mat. k this subject as on relative strength he was selected as solicitor for the was chosen by Windt because of get it past Buck on the occasions caused
Thrust, competing in his first Work on the business staffs ofofwrhp.comcedaten.IhnheeertdteMrqte'wul
VTrst met in hieZfI the three publications is largely the of warships. commerce department. its value as a rather different one- defense. Hart also displayed ability In
Varsity meet, defeated Kalodie same, offering actual practice in I p saydefini act presentation, while "The defense Hat als d, bt I
wit a boiut. The ferngacul.ratie innow that the President-elect will I'teing Wr" is Wor,"is iereputed to ebe onelintkigtheuc owbut h avatg nth; booksnbokepnadets T m eaur rp
'16-pound- Wut. . dThntWolverine acoung bookeepig, adveis Temperature Drops withhold announcement of the t het of plys srter works wa unableto score. I library
broke loose and got on top in the ing and distribution methodsi withI names of his official family until: te ln;o h eane arute bgntesoig hle
k opportunities for advancement into As Wave Hits West mm Other plans for the remainder after less than two minutes of play new b
first two minutes, and though Kol- executive positions in the same of- just before his inauguration. One of the semester may possibly in- when Macfadyen pushed the puck umes
odsiez gained a standing position (ysscontributing factor to this deci- elude the presentation at a private it up on Abbott's shot after a mix- work.
seea ieh emdt aefices. ISonn dutiste ihtoeediitu o bot' so atra i- ok
several times, he seemed to have Bcause of the nature of the CHICAGO, Jan. 11.-A stinging sion no doubt is the fight opened showing of one or more of the past Wheelright. Michigan tied
no defense against Thrush's leg fields covered, the editorial o I cold wave enveloped the middle- up from certain quarters against prize-winning plays in the contest up in front of the Marquette goal.
dives, which kept him below most POSSi west tonight, bringing temperature son of those who for some time held by the Division of English. McKenzie put his team out in Coo
of the bout. bilities of three publications are below zero. have been regarded as more than ; When the contest closed yesterday front when he came from behind
Steinke Wins First Bout widely divergent. The Ensian, Thermometers throughout this near possibilities. it was found that more than 30 the net to slip the puck past
te ondsyearly publication of the senior area dropped steadily today, de- Elihu Root Calls plays had been submitted for con- Wheelright. McKenzie tallied again
In the 175-pound class, Steinke, classes, offers work peculiar to an- spite the fitful sunshine. Mercury Cabinet appointments were only sideration and it is not yet known on a long shot. His third goal of.Kelly-
Varsity football letter winner, nuals, including photography, hu- ranging from five to ten below zero. one of many subjects which the how many of them will be used by the period came on a pretty pass Gro
opened his Big Ten mat career by mor, sports, and art work, both forecast tonight for Chicago and President-elect discussed withan- Play Production.from Macfadyen.
winning fofrom i nohe asMacfadyenaircl.PlyPrduton.
bout.ng from Eller i another fast ueserious and satirical, the west lake shore area, recalled other small, army of callers during Macfadyen monopolized the scor-
bout. Steinke's superior strength Students interested in the prep- the bitter frigidity which prevailed the day. Among them were Elihu s l ingduring the second period. After
kept the Maroon busy trying to I aration of humor either through'last week end. Present forecasts, Root, former secretary of state, oogi Will G eive minutes of play he ivened HO
stop a fall most of the time, the literary or artistic efforts will find however, indicated that the "snap" who was a breakfast guest; Sen- Lecture On Heredity matters by registering a solo goal. of th
Wolverine gaining the decision their best openings on the Garg-, would not be as severe as the pre- trs inh ham of Cnnnectict Later he rang up two more count- seum

} from W. W. Cook, '81L,
rary to be erected within
ers' club, another gift by
ness matters transacted at
nts held yesterday morning.
jection of all bids for the
on Observatory street near
atter has been referred to
confer with architects and
s in the general plans and
d that the reason for this
e considerably in excess of
cost of the structure.
g of bids for the dormitory
ny further action will await
esults of changes by the
cts and Secretary Smith.
nt plans call for the new
to be located south of the
rs' Club with the length of
uilding running parallel to
e street. The main entrance
on the North side of the
)efinite Details Lacking
cite details of the structure
ot announced yesterday, but
stated that the exterior will
the same general material.
sign as the present Lawyers'
It will be a large building and
been intimated that in cer-
espects it may follow the
of the refectory section of
.wyers' club.
the donor, has oftende-
himself greatly interested in
iture of law as a profession.
etter read at Founder's day
pril 21 Cook stated that he
to do a great deal toward his
te aim, making "the law
sof the country great cen-
learning and leadership."
present law library, as well
entire law building, accord-
Henry M. Bates, dean of the
chool, has long been nade-
for the needs of the school.
esent Building Fire-Trap,
building is of old-fashioned
action, being supported on
beams and of wooden con-
on throughout. It costi-
a fire menace that threatens
tire invaluable collection of
in the law library.
e of the books are worth any-
from $100 to several thous-
and others are invaluable be-
of their rarity. Many of them
be absolutely irreplacable.
addition there are 20,000
in the possession of the law
which cannot be put on the
s from lack of space. 'The
uilding will make these vol-
available for legal research
lidge Outlines
Expedition Routes
Roosevelt Party Divided; One
Hp Goes To China; Other
To Indo-China
(y Associated Press)
GKONG, Jan. 11.-The hopes'
e Kelly-Roosevelt field mu-
expedition were outlined to-

with the large time advantage of oyle, campus humor monthly, ceding one and that some relief Deneen of Illinois and Thomas of Prof. Albert Bracet of the Uni-. ers, the first on a mixup in front day
7:27. . which appears on the campus ten! might be expected tomorrow after- Idaho; James J. Davis, secretary versity of Brussels, Belgium, one of of the Wolverine goal, and another justb
Hager, AMA winner, also won hisi times during each college year. noon.of labor; and Representative Dyer the outstandinig figure in experi- on a long shot to the corner of divisi
"M" with a victory over Sonderbyof Missouri Cramton of Michigan mental embryology will lecture in the net. road
veteran Maroon heavyweight. RESEARCH DEPARTMENT PERFECTS and KnutonMso n oinota. i Natural Science auditorium, Tues- The Marquette team was held on broth
Spndrbytook an early advantage Knto fMneoa aua cec uioim us
Sonderby roke loose with a som- ANTI-SKID DEVICE.FOR NEW FORDS Senator Ny said after leaving day afternoon, Jan. 15, at 4-15 even terms until half the period had min we
but Hager k DEVICE._ OR headquarters that he was satis- o'clock, on the subject "Heredity as elapsed. Then the visitois un- ties a
ersault and held the M r::in with leashed a powerful attack, tallying the j
a wrstlck nd scisor grp fr Anounemet o a ew dvelp- astnedon soes an asonefied that any farm program enac- an Embryological Process." Profes-
a wristlock andm a scissors grip for Announcement of a new develop- fastened on shoes, and as one ted under the Hoover administra- sor Brachet is in the United States three times in as many minutes. Indo
six minutes without losing the su-M ment perfected byathe department Cwalks the ashes will be sprinkleddh McKenzie scored on a pasfromCoolid
periority. Sonderby finally broke of engineering research was made over the icy sidewalks. tion would not antagonize or in- a a visiting professor for theyear- Macfadyen and, then acyen Th
the hold and took the offensive for last night by a spokesman for the! The proprietors of local shoe- fi uong senththeopuckdwpb-K2nileetomphasseandi
the rest of the time but was unable department. The invention, de- shine parlors are unanimously op- go operatives which are on their feet the Education Foundation of the nttheopuck pasteGraconpass ange
to pin the Wolverine and lost by signed particularly for teachers, posed to the adoption of this latest at this time. He added te t the Commission for Relief in Belgium. the So r.UMARES m p race
a time advantage of 3:32. graduate students, and those for- modern convenience, a survey last at-thisatimes dded ta. o m soProf. Brachet is an authority n UMARIES o-
In the 125-pound bout, Hewitt,|tunate invalids who are permitted night revealed, co-operatives would find Mr. Hoo- ProrBrache an auity on hu.Michigan Inoe
the second veteran competing for I to drive new Fords around Ann "This is all good for not," Tony o ever a friend and one who would co- exmerology, apointd eofspeially on the M u
th eodvtrncmeigfr rv e od rudAn "operate with and aid them. 1epritlpoito iwo h uc....G 0 h Eritai
Michigan, defeated Nardin by a 7- , Arbor, consists of an attachment Maloky, chief shiner in a Liberty subject and has written articles iCourcy.....RD.......Bryant tains
minute time advantage. Hewitt, I whereby two ash-cans may be street Shoe Emporium said when which have been printed in leading KaminC FHr rivers
who won the Conference 115-pound ; fastened onto the front fenders of interviewed. "These students have Plane Crash Fatal French, German, and American Macfadyen ... Cy..........WFisher We
Plnjrs aa rnhGraadAeia Horrigan .....RW....... ManeyI um
championship last year and reach- I an automobile. always shoes too dirty to shine publications during the last few McKenzie.....L W..... Abbott
ed the finals of the Olympic; By pulling a lever attached to anyhow. If now they are all go- B yAsocate rems, years. Irnnre hinnerer river,

y Harold Coolidge of Boston,
efore he led the Indo-China
n of the expedition on the
to Hanoi. The Roosevelt
ers are hunting and exploring
stern China and the two par-
re to meet in the spring at
nction of China, Burma and
China. In his outline Mr.
[ge said:
is division is going to Hanoi
after completing official ar-
ments there with the French
al government, we intend to
d toward Lackkey on the
China border. We shall use
ponies to cross the moun-
and dugout canoes on the
. x
shall travel west as far as
a border and the Mekong
collecting birds, mammals of

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