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VOL. XVII. No. 20 '.''T.8.1.V A4 ..IL2J.NI




REPORT 190 0[DED WEN' 0S SOCIET BE 11Spanish-American War Hero )E
I PIA D D R E S I RY M R T L A N D L eE EsC r u s aeL S E A R B E F O R E1
eads rusade Against Drugs MIEN'S EDUCATIONAL CLUBM
IN EXPLSION 0At the meeting of the Women's 1
Educational club to be held at The regular weekly meeting TOEI i
7:1 5o'clock tomorrow night at of the Men's Educational club
:1 5 o cl c k to o r o w ni ht atw ill be h e ld T u e s a y e v e n in g a t r I r T ~ in~~
P IN the home of Miss Cleo Murtland, the hdTay evenn P1
professor of vocational educa- ThoRe edMf h egan U ion. Prfssor
tion, the program will consist of Thce eren of the iver
DOCTORS AND NURSES UNABLE a series of children's stories by itwl dress the gr-
TO REACH SCE'E BECAbEiss Mabel C. Bragg. d sEAE
CAUSED BY FIRE Vii [i rnhinRT1nhI ni Iu ni mnn 'urn


Of The Eighty Officers And Men
Stationed, Only Dozen TD HELP MICHICAF
Accounted For
(By Associated Press) B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation Wit
MORRISTOWN, New Jersey, July Enter Michigan WIth Extenshe
10.-More than 100 marines were re- Program In Fall
ported killed in an explosion of the
magazine at the U. S. navy arsenal WILL SUPPORT RABBI
at Lake Denmark, near here. Inhabi-I
tants of near by towns were ordered
out. About 20 refugees from adjoin- That Jewish students at the Uni
ing towns arrived here tonight and versity of Michigan are to share in the
meagre reports from Dover which is benefits of a two million dollar en
several miles from the scene, stated dowment supporting a huge religious
that 50 persons were in the general social, and educational program wa
hospital. One of these, a Mrs. Seeney, the burden of the announcement yes
died of injuries. terday that the B'nai B'rith Hille
Refugees said that scores of ambu- Foundation will enter Michigan in the
lances with their complements of doe- fall.
tors and nurses were being held with- The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
in about a mile from the danger already established for some time a
zone, waiting for the explosions to the University of Illinois, Ohio, and
subside before venturing into the two 1 Wisconsin, corresponds to the Wesley
foundation of the Methodist church
arsenal reservations.
Most of the refugees were from and to similar organizations of other
Rockaway and Mount Hope, about denominations which are endowed for
two miles from the arsenal, student religious work on the campus
Explosions Caused By Fire Its plans for the immediate future in-
The explosions were caused by fire elude the occupation of a temporary
at the navy arsenal which followed home until such time as a permanent
the electrical storm. Adjoining the building is erected or purchased.
navy arsenal are the army magazines The Foundation attempts to reach
b_ - th nthntn an dpfnro d J r


O ie-Act Program Also Scheduled In
Summer Activities Of Drama j
Producing Group
Pwo publi performances will be

I Players Will Present Mimne Comedy;
Prof. Immel To Give Recital Of
"The Devil's Disciple"
Prof. John L. Brumm of the journal-
] ism department will begin the pro-
gram of summer lectures scheduled
for the coning week. His topic will
be "The News and the Citizen" and
will be delivered at 5 o'clock Monday
IAfUI nn r. . 1,-t Se

a ternoonL in the Natural Science audi-
->. given by the play-production classesjtorium.
this summer, according to Prof. R. C. Oo
s Hunter, professor of oratory and di- un the pices of te dpren
rector of dramatics at Ohio Wesleyan Hgee and Puli Health Mr.
h university, who is conducting the Newell Edson of New York city wil
e courses in play production here during talk at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoo
the Summer Session. -eka lc omro feno
the umr Sesi ain the auditorium of the Dental build.
rThe first of these will consist of a ing. He will discuss sex hygiene and
pgroup of one-act plays which will be will deliver lectures on the same topic
< ~presented on the night of July 30 in every day following through Friday.
Y University Hall auditorium. The sec- Pvyay Lfe ing trao-Romay
, k ndpormwilb ivno h Private Life in Graeco-Roman
ond program will be given on the Egypt" is the title of the talk which
Pnight of August 9 in the same place will be given at 5 o'clock Tuesday
-ywhen "The Show-Off" George Kelly's afternoon by Prof. Arthur E. R. Boak
.,satiric comedy, will be presented.'
siri oey llePeetd of the history department. His lec-"
In an effort to crystallize public opinion and to unite forces against The cast for "The Show-Off" will tf re i srate t. is.
the wide-spread evils of drugs, a world conference on narcotic education is be selected from the members of the t s Py
in session at Philadelphia. Above are shown some of the leaders in the pro- class who have displayed the greatest At S:30 o'clock Tuesday A. A.
ject. The Conference has been called under the auspices of the International dramatic ability, and will be an- AtMi :e's 'BldkwT e
Narcotic Education association, the founder and president of which is Rich- Inounced at a later date. iime's "Belinda" will be given by
mond Pearson Hobson. Two courses in play-production are the Players" under the auspices of
being offered this summer by the the Alumnae Council of the Women's
public speaking department, one in the League. Prof. T. H. Reed will ad-
EGproduction of one-act plays, and the dress the Men's Educational Club at
other in production of longer plays. 7 o'clock Tuesday.
" f Hygiene Talks N ext 14 eek Because of the large number enrolled "The Divorce Problem" is the topic
!in the class in one-act plays, the class chosen by Prof. Evans Holbrook, of
has been divided into two sections, the Law school, for Wednesday after-
As the fifth speaker on the programj the amnphitheater of the Dental build- one under the direction of Professor noon. A concert will, be given in Hill
of summer lectures given under the, ing, and theienoral public is invited !Hunter and the other under Lionel auditorium in the evening by the fac-
auspices of the department of Hygiene I to atte. Crocker of the public speaking de- ulty of the University School of Music.
and Public health on hygiene topics, partment. Gerould To Deliver Lecture
E.la [AwYk The plays in both courses are Prof. John H. Gerould, of Dartmouth
Mr. Newell son o New York city,tudied from the standpoint of their college will deliver an illustrated lec-
stde rmtestnpito hi


of the Picatinny arsenal. The fire
quickly reached there and spread to
the magazines, causing additional ex-
plosions. Reverberations were heard
in Orange, about 30 miles away.
Reports here declared that 80 of-
ficers and men stationed at the gov-
ernment arsenal here only a scant
dozen were accounted for after an ex-
plosion which destroyed the naval ar-
senal and about 30 houses in Mt. Hope,
about two miles from the arsenal.
Ammunition Depot Struck
The navy department was advised
tonight that the naval ammunition
depot at Lake Denmark, Dover, New
Jersey, has been struck by lightning
and that approximately two thirds of
the personnel were'missing.
A message to the department said
that about 20 survivors had been tak-
en to Newfoundland, New Jersey.
Lieutenant Commander E. A. Brown,
medical corps it added, was known to
have been killed.
William T. Tilden II survived the
semi-final round of the national clay
court tennis tournament in Detroit
yesterday afternoon in a thrilling
match that went the full five sets be-
fore he emerged the victor over Al-1
fred Chapin, hi: former pupil Tilden
won the first two sets handily, but
then seemed to weaken and the
younger player drew from behind to
take the next two in a brilliant ex-
hibition of tennis. The final set was
a battle from the start, with the peer-
less champion proving too much for
Chapin, although the set was far from
In the other semi-final match of the
afternoon I. C. Norton of Austin,
Texas, defeated George Lott of Chi-
cago in three straight sets.
Earlier in the afternoon Berkely
Bell of Austin, Texas defeated John
Doeg of Santa Monica, California
three sets out of four for the junior

e o~ or uoaox anu reiormea ,ews, ands
will support a resident rabbi in Ann
Arbor, as well as a full-time secretary
d for the social and recreational work
among the students. The secretary,
IMr. Leonard Cohen, was in Ann Arbor
Saturday to complete the arrange-
t ments for next year. The B'nai
B'rith will conduct regular classes in
religious education, hold devotional
services, and act as a central head-
quarters for all Jewish students.
There has been no organized effort
among Jewish students in the past, al-
though the Jewish student congrega-
tion has met Sundays under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Franklin, of the Temple
Beth El, Detroit. The B'nai B'rith
foundation will give an impetus to
religious effort and will no doubt
quickly assume its place with theI
other denominational agencies which


w' ze ver a series of lectures next
week on sex education. The lectures
will be given in the amphitheater of
the Dental building at 4 o'clock each'
afternoon from Monday through Fri-
day and are open to the public.
Mr. Edson is connected with the

Prof. Samuel (ihamberlain of the ar-
chitectural department, after serving
a year on the faculty here, will soon


jare active in the student field. department of education measures of leave for an indefinite stay abroad.
I the American Social Hygiene associa- While there he will make illustrations
Bobby Jones Wins tion of New York city, of which Mr. for two books for which he has re-
eceived commissions.
Golfonsao at which time he ave a group of e of these will be devoted to the
lectures. old houses of Normandy and will be
(By Associated Press) This is the fifth of the series of lec- illustrated by both Professor Cham-
" Ohio-Boby Jotnesoftnberlains etchings and by water colors
COUMUS hi-Bby Jnso tures given under the auspices ot' the
Atlanta, today added the National Department of Hygiene and Puiblic by Mlrs. Chamberlain. The second
Open championship to his title of the Health this summer, Miss Jean, Dr. book, which ho hopes to undertake
British Open champion and American Kiefer, Dr. Sundwall, and Dr. Sinai I this fall, will he devoted to a series
Amateur title holder by scoring 291 having spoken previous to this time. of water color sketches and drawings
for 72 holes at Scioto Country Club. This is the first of the series thatthas howring the hill towns of Italy.
Joe Turnesa of New York, was a close Idealt with sex education, the others Professor Chamberlain has illustrat-
second with 294. Jones had shot a 73 having included such problems as hy- atsevea books of interest irom the
in the final round to outstrip the giene education in the schools, hy- ikrt 1t othe sisAhis
field. giene in industrial plants and cities, "Sketches of Northern SSpanish Archi-
It was a thrilling race that Jones and the modern trend of health educa- graphs of 01(1 aspisecihn
won, for all the stars of the country tion. Mr. Edson, in the opinion of Dr.graphe a
went out to defeat Jones who had fin- Sundwall, professor of hygiene and!miade edition of signed copies for 100
fishd erlychakin " u a 0 ol te II toller tors.
ished early chalking up a 30 onr the public health and director of the divis-
final hole to overcome Turnesa s ion of hygiene, public health, and phys-
score. One after another they fell ical education, is exceptionally well
down, including Bill Mehlhorn, who qualified to deliver this series of s~c-9
had led the field during the first two tures.
days but slumped this afternoon to a The first lecture of the series of five I
78, making for a total of 296. 1 will be given tomorrow afternoon in JOIN THEM

producing adaptability for schools
and other amateur theatrical organi-
zations. They are conducted as lab-
oratory courses and the members of
the classes get practice not only in
I acting, but experience in directing and4
in the other activities connected with
dramatic production as well.
In addition to his work in the de-
partment of oratory at Ohio Wesleyan
iuniversity, Professor Hunter has had
considerable experience in producing
school and college plays. He worked
j in the Arts and Crafts theater under
Samuel Hume and has played a num-
her of Shakesperian roles by invita-,
tion of little theater groups.
Local Merchants
Will Entertain
With Circus Acts
Ann Arbor-merchants' annual bar-
gain and gala day next Thursday willf
be observed by eight circus acts pre-
sented at the east side of the County
building, the afternoon performancet
being scheduled for 1:30 o'clock and
the night performance at 8 o'clock.
Featuring the entertainment will
be the Earl Wright trio, a comedy
tumbling group. Acrobats, clowns
and roller skaters will also appear on
the program. The Saline band under

ture Thursday afternoon on "Holidays
in Southern France." A. A. Milne's
"Belinda" will be presented for the
second time that night.
Friday afternoon Mrs. Caroline R.
Williams, of Toledo, Ohio, will talk
on "Egyptian Life in the Eighteenth
Dynasty." This will be illustrated.
At 8:30 o'clock that night Dean Ray
K. Immel, of the University of South-
ern California will give a lecture re-
cital of Bernard Shaw's melodrama,
"The Devil's Disciple." Dean Immel
was formerly a professor of public
speaking at this University; his stay
at te California university has been
a year's leave of absence which' was
recently renewed for another year.
The sixth University summer ex-
cursion will be held Saturday, July
17. This will be a trip to the State
Prison and Consumers Power Com-
pany, Jackson, Michigan, and not to
the Burroughs Adding Machine Com-
pany and General Motors Building as
previously announced. The party will
leave for Jackson at 8:35 A. M. and
will complete the trip around 4 in the
afternoon. The members of the ex-
cursion will have luncheon as guests
of the Consumers Power company in
Special tags will be given to those
joining the "dollar club" during the
tag day for the Fresh Air camp Wed-
nesday. Tags will be sold, it was
stated by Homer Grafton, business
manager of the camp, at three places
along the diagonal. The salesmen will
be boys from the camp itself, brought
in especially for the purpose.
The tag day for the Fresh Air camp
is the only one which the University
authorities have sanctioned for the
Summer session.
NEW YORK.-New York will receive
its fluid milk supply soon in tank cars
with a capacity of 6,000 gallons each.
rhe first such shipment arrived in the
Lackawanna railroad yards in Jersey
City recently.


I OurWeatherMan


Is quite certain that today will be fair
with moderate temperature.


Program Of .L
Holy communion is at 8 o'clock.
The Rev. Philip L. Schenk will give
the morning prayer, and sermon at
11 o'clock. Open house will be heldl
at Harris Hall at 4 o'clock. Everyone
is cordially invited.
Dr. John W. Niven, of London, Eng-
land, will preach the sermon this
morning. Services begin at 10:45
o'clock. The Student supper and dis-
cussion hour is at 5:30 o'clock. Prof.
Preston Slosson will discuss "Evolu-
tion and Religion." The motion pic-
ture service, at 8 o'clock, will be "On,
the Banks of the Wabash."

( s d )the direction of Nicholas D. Falcone
c Churches(Byssocs will lay at various points through-
1/ca Churches NEW YORK, July 10. -Striping stib-out the business section of the city.
way employees of the rnterborough Two orchestras have also been obtain-
FIRST CHIURC I OF CHRIST Rapid Transit comipany today plan- ed.
SCIENTIST 1ied to spread the strike to the Brook-
The topic for this morning's sermon lyn Manmhattan Transit company and .SCORES
is "Sacrament." threatened an almost city wide tie up BASEBALL SCORES
of trauspor'tation on subways, ele-
IUNITARIAN CHURCH v'ateds, and trolley lines. American League
At 10:45 o'clock Dr. J. T. Sunder- Three hundred pickets were sent by Detroit 5, Boston 6 (10 innings) i
land, D. D., author of "The Origin and the strikers to Brooklyn, calling upon Detroit 4, Boston 2 M
Character of the Bible", will speak. employees of Brooklyn and Manhat- IWashington 19, St. Louis 4
This sermon is the last for this sum- tan system to quit work. The Brook- New York 4, Cleveland 3 (12
mer, as the church will be closed for lyn system has not been affected, ex- innings)
the remainder of the summer., cept that it is not carrying the bulk Philadelphia 17, Chicago 14
of passengers formerly carried by the National League
CHURCH OF CHRIST DISCIPLES lines of the Interborough into Brook- St. Louis 18, Boston 6
The speaker this morning is Dr. I lyn and Queens. The I3. M. T. sys- Chicago 6, Brooklyn 4
Louis Allen Hopkins, secretary of the tet, after the strike - a few years Chicago 3, Brooklyn 1
Engineering college. Dr. Hopkins ago, raised the pay of some of Its Pittsburgh 9, Philadelphia 4
will speak on "The Unknown Guest." employees to a scale higher than that New York 8, Cincinnati 4
The public is invited. paid by the Interborough. I


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