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VOL. XL. NO. 115





BRIAND DENIES Trainload of Dry Ice I
I~DELAY CLAIMS Per Day Produced by
New Freak Oil Wells
(13y Associated Press)
. 112.-Dry ice wells capable of pro-
DEPRESSES BR ducing a trainload of ice a day are
{ . ""the oil fields' latest freaks.
F c r M tx Instead of fuel gas, these wells?
French Foreign onisterSees prodIuce carbon dioxide, the sub-
End ofNaval Confe~rencestance from which dry ice of com-
n ' The as iscom


01 FlISIDRI ON J I5 . (ny Associated Press) James Cruze, film producer and:Of WOMEN OFFER
LOS ANGELES, March 12-Chalk his actress wife, Betty Compson,
OFnrH S NT TO I up $25, a clout on the jaw andI adjourned with Tully, hobo author
some publicity as the cost of Mur-
SREPRESE TATIN McHenry's self delegated task and others to a cafe for a late re- rSUPP T
of upholding the Gilbert side of past. There McHenry undertook
Plan for Additional Juniors the recent Jim Tully-John Gilbert without the knowledge of Gilbert, All Testimony Opposing Repeal
on Governing Body dsu via the roue o fisticuffs. so the screen lover says, the task Presented Before Questions
Discussed. out of the affray somewhat the of chiding Tully over the Gilbert Are Asked by Committee.
worse, was fined $25 in Municipal incident.
INVESTIGATION ORDERED court today for intoxication. He; The Gilbert incident occurred MRS. PEABODY PRESIDES
was arrested Sunday in a Boule- several weeks ago when one cf
Proposal ''ould Insure Greater yard cafe where police found him Tully's fists stopped the actor Statement of Clarence Wilson
Permanency in Future i holding down the battle front sans short in the same cafe as the cli- Will be Read Tomorrow
P combatants. max to ill feeling engendered be-
Councils. In police reports it is recorded tween the two by an article Tully; by Deets Pickett.
that McHenry who is a writer, af- wrote about Gilbert several years
Limited reorganization of the ter an evening at the home of ago. By Cecil B. Dickson,

Within Fortnight.


Blames Italy for not Showing
Tonnage Figures Before
London Parley.
By Frank H. King,
A. P. Staff Writer.
LONDON, March 12 - Aristide
Briand, foreign minister of France,
is gloomy over his failure to get
a' security pact for his country out
of the five power naval conference.
Tonight he gave the parley only
another fortnight of life.,

merce isimae fe. i gubi ui
pressed until it becomes a white
solid at 109 degrees below zero.
In the oil fieldssnature supplies
carbon dioxide already compressed.I
The discovery was made by the
Continental Oil company in Colora-
do and reported to the American
Institute of Mining and Metallur-
gical Engineers by prof. F. F.
IHintze of the Universityrof Utah's
geogogy department.

Student council, relative to the
classification of its members will be
considered by a special committee,
appointed last night following dis-
cussion of the revision of the student
governing body in order to obtain
greater permanency in its func-

Wealthy Oil Operator Brought

McHenry, the reports say, per- A.P. Staff Writer
sisted in the claim that Tully did WASHINGTON, March 12- Two
not do "right" by John and furth- dozen women leaders who said they
ermore informed the author that represented 12,000,000 of their sex
he couldn't lick his adversary of reresent100oftr sex
the moment. Tully said he declin- throughout he country, today
ed to battle' McHenry because of maintained that the womanhood of
his condition, who thereupon did a America stood four square behind
"rush act," in the midst of which prohibition.
the fist of a friend of Tully stopped Under the leadership of Mrs.

Aristide Briand,
Head of the French delegation

The head of the French delega-I £ A ' -1 Discuss New Projects.I- "cold" W
tion received French newspaper- to the five power naval conference, Tentative Date for Architects Before Supreme Court MclenWeHenry
tnreevdFnhnespr-pSeveral suggestions toward ths rived he had reived and was is-
men, but rigidly excluded report- claims that the delay in reaching May Costume Ball Is Set end were presented at the meeting for judgment suing challenges in a cafe sd- sachus
ers of all other nationalities. The conference decisions has not been by Club President. last night, and will be discussed denly vacated. men's
French writers came out of the caused by France's demand for se- more fully by the committee. It PLEA IS UNSUCCESSFULEnforc
conference convinced that M. Bri a-rcomnedtatmreoheS__rt
and was depressed. They quoted curity pact, but by Italy's failure ALUMNI OFFER DESIGNS mwas recommiended that more of the MysTelp resen
an wsderssd.Teyqotdmembers be juniors so that the Bv iVmsncated Pia or t
him as saying: "I have finished to produce tonnage figures. councilmen would be more experi- WASHINGTON, March 12.-TheM19T posing
ti wle handedmo r to he the annual Architects' May Ball was enced in the various activities, that trial of Edward L. Doheny, wealthy questia
thing will be handed over to the made yesterday by Paul F. Jerne- a method should be devised to in- oil operator, charged with bribing bers o
B e alg nan,'29A, president of the Archi- sure at least one engineering stu-
B 11es 11aly.tectual society, sponsors of the af- ;dent's being on the board, and also Albert B. Fall, Secretary of Inte- In r
M. Briand declared the dela in ~ b fm fair. that more representatives from rior in the Harding Cabinet, began , Iwere r
reaching conference decisions had fi Eleven committees will handle other organizations being included today after Justice William Hitz Has Intimate Acquaintance WithI by Mr
tude in demanding security pac'F Aa costume ball. The tentative date from the discussion, that not all oftyp a Pso es'rP s . mthusiae
as a price for reducing n ttheir pro-9i for tafairhaposibeenasyet as May b the s er uggestions would beadopted him i o lrl o riery would place Pntnire.mte
gram of naval bo th School of Music to File Orders 9Mbt itisimosssbenas yet to set but the matter generally was placed him in double jeopard. attem
fact that Italy had not produced for Tickets in Order They te date definitely, in the hands of the committee. Doheny and Fall were acquitted OPEN FORUM TO FOLLOW Mrs.
t all, but had Competition for the design of the Members of the committee are of a charge of conspiring to cw
s o e ter right parity decorations,usually open only to enninsCMcBride, '30, chairmani, fraud the Government of the Fik R. W. McLain, noted prison au- men
insisted dccorationsthJinningstRpWrity intanotedhprison au
with any European power. students, has this year been opened Richard Cole, '30, Stan Cochran, Hills oil Naval reserve and Dohen thority, will be the speaker at the forces
It was understood the French SIX CONCERTS IN SERIES to all alumni of theCollege of Arch-. '30EetC.ei' p esi 'e, and!maintained that the question of his second of a series of All-campus ter ha
ledrhdr'sd thi point regard- I itecture, as well as students. An- -res .Ref 30, president of the giving $100,000 to Fall in 1921 al- nt
Sh ais ths a Orders for tickets for the May nouncemnent of the date and par- council.ready had been decided by theForms at 4 o'clock this afternoon m
ingmenof the s British, French Festival, fied either by redeeming ticulars of this competition will be Payment of class dues as a former jury. The Government in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. except
a metin oftheBriish FrnchFesi a fidceuth sbattcl mae son.necessary qualification for pantici- charges that Doheny gave Fall the He will lead in the discussion of Ition
an ml ian edeleg atons. the Festival coupons attached to Imade soon. neceafrtn w
Th Aerwana eeaimress. octhe Choral Union Series stubs or This year the party will be direct- pation in election i-n the engineer- bribe for a lease to th reserve.- the subject "The Psychology of the a strn
T erec was a general impression etnt direct purchase, are now being ly in charge of a general executive ig college was discussed by the Fall was convicted last October Criminal." Wilson
-th nfeenee circles tonig thet CiVed at the Qffics of the a.;p committee, while the specific com -council. Expression on tteitt g of accepting the money as a bribe. ,
the decis i. e ifersity choo! _ usic. n itt es Wil Worknder this gropV. was favord le thougi no vote was Doheny re!1 he' *iurt -niiiutes cLain ote hig o ate ad
critIaalrada'irhathpdecisiveoInitThe committees are as follows:- taken. Further investigation into before time for it to convene. Hechapainof the Michigan State and P
history of the negotiations. While Tnicccordance with the poliyITickets: Robert Kennedy, Roy B. the matter was to be conducted by appeared cheerful and unconcerned prison at Jackson, has an intimate dist E
M. Briand gave the impression f annually adopted by the School of Blass, Willam Reid, executive a committee composed of James about the charges against him. knowledge of the inner workings read
ghMusic as the fairest mehd for heads; F. J. Schweitzer, L. F. Zis- Jordan, '30, Long, Donald J Kline Frank J. Hogan, his counsel, said of the criminal's mind. He has de- secret
admitigfailure of his plan for aI
political alliance in connection assigning the seats, all orders wfl ler, TT. Currie, W. W. Sauer, N. '30, and Bruce Palmer, 31. D.oheny was convinced he would be livered many lectures throughout Dr. W
with naval limitation, other mem- be fJlei in the exact sequence of J. Levey, . H. Logan, B. Cutter. To Combine Tuition and Dues.ou acquitted. the state, explaining the conditions city
bers of the French delegation trie'd tthcir date of reedipt. The' better $Publicity: James Auer, Ralph Approval of the council will be1 Doheny wvas accompanied by :existing in different penatentiaries Mr
to offset this appearance of dis- seats in Hill Auditorium will then Miskie, Abraham Waronoff, execu- necessary before such a provision Mrs. Doheny and a number of in the country as well as the causes The
couragenment. They recalled that -designated with direct refereCe tive heads; C. R. Vliet, S. M. Hod- can be enforced since the board friends. He took his seat inside leading to the many prison out- by Mr
the French had consistently main-;to this sequence, thus making early der, C. D. Withey, F. D. Rink, W. E. has control over all class electionsbr the ro past year. the co
tained that the present conference fling of orders desirable. Wilson. The engineering classes hope in while Mrs. Doheny and her friends In addition to analyzing the theLw
should be only a prelude to general f The season tickets for the Festi- Decorations: Charles T. Hager- this manner to increase the num- sat in the second row of the spec- cminds of the hardened crimmnal, forgLa
consideration at Geneva of the val, including all six concerts, are strom, C. Wayne Mead, Lorne Mar- ber of students paying dues, tators scats. McClain is expected to present an orgn ;
whole question of disarmament priced at $6, $7, and $8, with de- shall, executive heads; J. T. Len- though, this matter may be taken elaborate survey dealing with prob- ed wo
covering land and air as well asI ductions of $3 if Festival coupon, drum, W. P. Hickey, G. D. Su, J. R. care of by the inclusion of dues Uphgr1 lems and the need for reform in! tion n
sea. is enclosed in the application. This r Bingloe, J. L. Hibbs. C. A. O'Bryon, for all classes in thetuition sV ill Talk some of the peal institutions of the bi
French Want Treaty. prings the cost of each concert to I (Continued on Page 8 which the council is now consider at Detroit Conventin the country. with t
The French were quick also to Michigan's annual musical event ing with offiicals of the University Following this introductory pre- libert
emphasize the importance of the considerably under a dollar for any Indian Students Send ' "Automobile Bearing Metals" will sentation of the subject, McClain dured
technical work done here. They seat in the auditorium. oG ndhi Abediscussed by Prof. Clair Upthe- will call for response in the form drunk
prophesied a five power treaty At rC FablegranI to andh i nlsmore AnOUlCeS grove, of the metallurgical engi- of questions from the audience. Be- organi
Asfte tl nf hin- lse cnn-ctionn with feetr Or

W. Peabody, of Beverly, Mas-
etts, chairman of the wo-
national committee for Law
ement, they succeeded in
ting all their testimony be-
e judiciary committee in op-
the repeal before a single
n could be asked by mem-
the committee.
Limits Speaking Time,
apid succession, the women
ushed onto the witness stand
s. Peabody who limited their
curbed the applause of en-
stic drys in the crowded com-
room and combatted every
3t at interference or delay.
Peabodypresented state-
from other prominent, wo-
'ho were unable to appear.
'as the third day for the dry
before the group which earl-
d heard sevendays of argu-
by wets for repeal. With the
ion of a few, cross examina -
as completed at a prolonged
on session to make way for
ement by Dr. Clarence True
, general secretary of the
of Temperance, Prohibition
ublic Morals of the Metho-
piscopal church. It will be.
tLmorrow by Deets Pickett,
ary of the organization, as
lson was obliged to leave the -
is afternoon.
. Peabody Opens Hearing.
hearing today was opened
s. Peabody, who presented to
mmittee the political creed of
vomen's national committee
iw Enforcement, the central
zation linking many affiliat-
men's groups in the prohibi-
novement. This creed held
uyer of liquor equally guilty
he seller, advocated personal
for women who have "en-
personal slavery through
en husbands" and called for
ization of citizens public saf-

would result and would include a dinfllatveicueam g
further holiday in battleship build- other Ruggiero Ricci, Nanette Guil-
ing, humanization of submarines'ohrRgir icNnteGi-
and such technical subjects as a ford, Dusolina Gianini, Claire Dux, '
combined tonnage category meth- Merle Alcock, Richard Bonelli, and
od of measuring navies. - Percy Grainger. The University
British. and American observers Choral Union Chorus of 350 sing-i
agreed that the conference might ers under the direction of Prof,
last three or four weeks. They pro- Eearl Moore, and the Chicago Sym-
fessed to see a possible change in phony Orchestra under Frederick
the situation this coming week end. Stock will assist the guest artists.
The basis for this was an an- -
,nouncement that Andre Tardieu, Seniors Suspend Sale
French premier, would arrive in Bid
London at that time.'of Commencement Bis
RuthenGren Cofer -.Sale of Commencement invita-
Ruthven, Green Conferltionsand announcements for liter-
on Enlarging Hospital ary college seniors will be tempo-
- arily discontinued today, Stanton
President Alexander G. Ruthven W. Todd, Jr., senior class president,
visited Governor Green at Lansing said last night. No more of the
Tuesday to discuss legislative ap- bids will be sold until Monday,
propriations for additionalthospital hen a five day sale campaign will
accomodations. President Ruth-, begin, to extend through March 21.
ven considered it advisable to con- After that date, no invitations or
struct more than the one story, for announcements can be ordered, it
which $250,000 has already been was announced.
appropriated, for the housing of Next week's sale will be conduct-
tuberculosis patients, since the cost ed at tables to be placed in the
of removing the roof and replac- Angell hall lobby.
ing it again would prove too cost l The reason assigned for the dis-
for the additional space builts continuance of the sale was the
h circumstance that seniors were or-'
dering invitations very slowly. It'
Hiflquit Will Discuss was felt that if several days inter-
'Our Political Order' vened between the time most of
_______ the seniors were paying class dues
Morris Hillquit, chairman of the and the time when sale of Com-
National Executive committee of mencement announcements began,;
the Socialist party, will discuss the seniors would buy the latter, more
subject of "Our Changing Social quickly, and facilitate the sale.
and Political Order" at 4:15 next:
Monday afternoon in the Natural Mimes Play Continues
Science auditorium. The lecture Run Through Saturday
will be given under the auspices of
the Round Table club. On-f . o f a- -

. neering department, before the first cause W o vs wc1CL~iwki yg upsrecognized and approv-
Indian students on the Michigan Plan or Observing regional meeting of the American the criminals at Jackson, where he ed by the government to "saf-
campus, who are strongly in favor ; society for Testing Materials which has spent the greater part of his guard observance and enforcement
of the drive for India's independ- Law Club Founding will be held March 19 at the Book- life, he will be in a position to an- of law through the regular chan-
ence led by Mahatma Gandhi, Cadillac hotel in Detroit. swer any questions regarding prison nels of government."
mystic philosopher and leader of A large number of the faculty of life that may be addressed to him. From every angle and type of or-
the struggle, have sent Gandhi a Initial plans for the observance she engineering college will attend Because this subject appeared an ganization from nearly every see-
cablegram indicating their approv- f Founder's day by the Lawyers' the various committee meetings unusual number of times on the tion of the country, the women's
alehamincatigthe apnrC cub were announced yesterday by during the session. questionnaires that were distribut- arguments were assembled by Mrs.
ohi magn. hs Prof. G. C. Gnismore of the Law ed by the Forum committee in an Peabody, and they all declared that
yesterday, reads as follows: l facty adviser of the club Pilot Prevents Theft effort to determine the subjects prohibition, even though not well
Gandhi, reda Indfi. cele- which were pertinent to the stu- enforced in some regions, consti-
Indian students strongly support'ato Founders' dy has been Iof Plane From Field dents' interests, the meeting this uted a vast improvement over pre-
cIl disobedience. Success.r y. pri afternoon is expected to be of spe- prohibition conditions.
(ivgdioedi.The Hon. Frank J. Loesch, of (y Associated Pres) cial interest.
(Signed)}hiagDEemerofteEatonl___________ Under later questioning by 'wet
ersity of Michigan Hindustan Chicago, a member of the National VER, Col., March 12-Dash- membrs _he _mmt th
club.. n Enfor cem'ent, ha bee obtain- ng across the airport here, Lt. R.B Baldwin s Quintet Wins witnesses reiterated their conten-
It is believed that this campaigna M. Wilson closed the throttle of at .tion and avoided being drawn away
of Ghandi's will prove crucial for bdnue wri il eakel Frida irplanetoday as a young man at- Union nercass le from the line of their direct testi-
the government, but Gandhi's or- banquet which will be held Friday tempted to steal the ship. The mo- 'mony They frequently sou ht
ders to the Indian people were to Loesch will speak on the work 'or of the plane was being warmed In a closely contested encounter ulngs on the admissability of uhe
"preserve peace and carry out the; thiscomislsonkwhicthe wrkt I up when Eldridge MVey leaped the basketball quintet of the Union questions
instructions of the national con- this created by ommission whichwasorecent- into the cockpit and attempted to underclass department under the
fress working committee." Th hearingrof t f case -ly away . Wision, flight instructor direction of Duane Baldwin, '32, de-i
argued by the four remaining jur, I.at Curtiss Wright field, overtook feated the team of Desmond Tyler, Kill
Unbelieving Officer for members of the Case clubas wil the ship before McVey could ma- '31. Tuesday night in the Intra- Famous Canadian Ace
Halts Prince of Wales be held in the afternoon. neuver it for a takeoff McVey mural building by a score of A1s10,
S___Founder's day is held in April of was charged with attempting to there ayingli to te ch- T Assonte, Prss)
(Hy A.sociated .,e . each year in honor o William W. steal the ship. pionship over the six teamswhich OTTAWA, Ont., March 12.-Ca-
CoAk.1'82L of NPew York dim of ! f . entered the tournament. nada's second ranking ace of the

CAiYPALAu ganaaivi aren ic G vvvi . - n, '*' u v ' ,su, &tnJzrUi U
The Prince of Wales while motoring the club and the addition to the
into Entebbe today, encountered a club and the Legal Research li-I
policeman who did not know him brary which are now under con-'
and refused to believe him when struction. The club was opened in
he was told. the fall of 1924.
When the Prince starts from one
place to another all traffic is stop- New Air Liner, Sister
ped in order to insure the Royal E
party a clear run. That was done to Graf, to be Built
today but the Prince was way
ahead of schedule and was signal- (By Associated Pres)
led by a uniformed constable with WASHINGTON, March 12-Plans
his arms stretched out. Wales, who for construction of a giant dirigi-
was driving, pulled up and the con- ble, sister to the Graf Zeppelin, are
stable politely announced, "You ;reported to the department of com-
can't go this way until the Prince r merce by H. C. Schuette, Paris trade
f i w ly hn, nne ri _ . ~ 'commissioner.

English Aviators Seek
to Make Speed Record
(By Associated Press)
FELIXSTOWE, England, March
11-Great Britain will soon seek to
3stablish a new airplane speed rec-
Either Flight-Lieutenant Stain-
forth, or Squadron Leader Orlebar
vho were members of the High
Speed flight detailed f o r the
Schneider Trophy contest last sum-
mer, will be selected to pilot the
The airniane is a Gloster-Nanier

The members of Baldwin's team World War, Col. William G. Barker,
will each receive a medal in a few crashed to his death at the Rock-
weeks. In the past it has been the liffe Pary Royal, Canadian Air
custom to make this award at the force field today when the motor
Union's annual all-freshman ban- of a new ship he was testing, stal-
quet. This year, however, accord- led in an upward loop while flying
! ing to Robert Ackerman, '31, chau'- at a low altitude.
man of the department, the plan, The valiant war ace, who had 52
may be changed as there are now German planes to his credit and
several innovations under consid- once shot his way out of a flying
eration. circus, never had a chance once
- -- - -his ship started plunging noseward
a'to the earth. His broken body was
L .)~ Ou C'V he'rM a!pulled from the wreckage by gov-
__ernment officials who had gathered
'to witness the test of the new Fair-
it i ixhi\l tAn cnananhi: a. . r

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