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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, IEBRUARY 24, 1914.

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) IGAN MEN
I HIGH POSTS
IN FAR ORIENT
I Association in Philippines Far
Larger Than Any Other;
Foreign Graduates
Successful
ichigan Daily For Michigan
rge A. Malcolm, '06L, Dean of
law school, University of the
ppines, and President of the
[gan Alumni Association of the
ppine Islands.
Manila, P. L, Jan. 2.
Jniversity of Michigan was cre-
ed exists as a State University.
ence, however, it is national-
ternational. In- the Orient, es-
, there are ,.found Michigan
es in every city, of any size in,
Japan, the Philippines, and
Duntries.
e Philippine Islands we claim,
able to substantiate the same
s, that the University of Mich-
umni association is the largest
ber in the far east. Not oaniy
t it can be safely asserted that
ibets occupy as important po-
n the affairs of the Philippines
he alumni of any other uniyer-
'his has been so from the be-
of American occupation so
w there are not only Michi-
a prominent inofficial and pri

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Mr. Norman Hapgood addresses the
journalism class of Prof. F. N. Scott
in room 105, west hall, 9:00 o'clock.
Comic Opera concert by Glee and Man-
dolin clubs, Hill auditorium, 8:00
o'clock.
M. Andre Bellessort will lecture on
"How Far French Novels Are Faith-
ful Pictures of French Life," Alum-
ni Memorial hall, 4:30 o'clock..
Twilight organ recital by Earl V.
Moore, '12, Hill Auditorium, 4:15
O'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
President Emeritus James B. Angell
lectures on "China," Newberry hall,
4:30 o'clock.
Historical recital by Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, Frieze Memorial hall, 4:15
o'clock.
Phi Lambda Upsilon dance, Country
club; car leaves State and Packard,
8:15 o'clock.
Cosmopolitan Student to Appear Today
The February number of the Cosmo-
politan Student will appear this morn-
ing. , Governor Clarke of Iowa is one
of the contributors, his article being
entitled the "Cosmopolitan Movement."

;GHEE CLUB TO

'A PPEA R BEFOR E
Advance Sale of 1,000 Seats Promises
Large Attendance at Comic
Opera Concert
Tonight
NOVEL FEATURES PREPARED
TO ENLIVEN BIG PRtWR.UI
No eats Are to Be Resrved-Doors
to Open at 7:30 O'clock for
Audience
With more than 1,000 seats a.ready
sold, the Glee and Mandolin cl Ub ex-
pects to fill Hill auditorium for its
Comic Opera concert tonight. The
doors will open at 7:30 o'clock and the
affair will begin at 8:00 o'clock.
The program will bo wholly novel
in nature. Opera hits of all tim'es will
be revived, while a portion of the bill
will introduce scores of late musical
comedies now running in New York
City. The Midnight Sons' quartet and
the Comedy String trio will appear
with entirely new repertoires.
Spanish dancing by George Moritz,
'15, to the accompaniment of the Glee
club, and burlesque parodies by Waldo
Fellows, '14, are announced for to-

Michigan Co-eds Find An Ally
To Cause. In Norman Hapgood
"The meen of the University of Mich- of newer processes, she was robbed
igan should solve the question of of this work and given no substitute.
granting the womn the "M" as an Why should she not be given a say
athletic insignia, only after looking at in the matter cf the sanitary conditions
the matter from the women's stand- I under which her children were forced
point, rather than their own." to work, and in the regulation and se-
This was the belief of Mr. Norman lection of the e:iucation which was
Hlapgood, editor of Harper's WCkly, given to-them?" He called this a prob-
expressed last night at a dInner given clem which culd not, and should not,
in his honor at the i.ion by the staff Le settled by thc old, wornout habits of
of The Tichigan Bnil. Thb sta\ment thought.
was the onimtination of a gneraliza- J Woman's is the hardest role to play.
tion upon two vital questiens now de- The cards have been stacked against
anding world-wide notice, namely, her, and it is up to man to see that
the pica of ia"or and cf women for shee a square dal."
proper recogniLion. Preceding his remarks concerning
"Both," he said, "are fraught with the changing status of women, Mr.
danger and opportunities, thc dnger Tapgood outlined the history of the
being more apparent in all qutio: "yellow" journal. "The idea," he said,
concerning the rec;gition o lbor; "was firt conceived by Mr. Pulitzer,
and the oportunities for fororm an cy ,ho by a judiotius mixture of human
betterment being the most noticeable interest, facts and preaching, endeav-
in the women's movement. cred to make an appeal ;o a larger
"The evolution of woman's work class."
should be traced from the history of According to the speaker, the effect
economic changes, said Mr. Hapgood. of the last decade, has been for the
"When men were chiefly concerned betterment of the press, while the in-
with fighting and hunting, the women fluence on the periodicals has been
were working on the problems of the Ijust the opposite. This question will
manufacture of household necessities, be taken up in detail by Mr. Hapgood
sanitation and the education and safe- at 9':00 o'clock this morning in room
guarding of their children. With the 1105 West hall when he addresses Prof.
increase of industry and the discovery! F. N. Scott's class in journalism.

BATTERY ME
LOO SCA
FOR LUNI

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Pitchers, Catchers, and 0
Are Wanted for Varsity]I
Plenty of Infielders
Now Out
TEAM MAY CHOOSE CAPTA
TO SUCCEED PONTIUS
Daily Practice Sessions Will
This Afternoon After
Holiday
With but six weeks remainir
the annual southern trip, Coa.
gren has mapped out a strent
gram of work for his baseba
dates. Most of the work will
be indoors, as it has been thr
since the Michigan climate p
any extensive training on Fe
before the Dixie jaunt.
With the preliminary work
der way, Lundgren has alread
to see possible weaknesses
Wolverine battlefront. To t
he has urged that all men ha'
ability in pitching, catching or
field, report at once for pract
thoughthe infield will probabl
ceptionally strong, owing to t
veterans and capable recruits
out, a scarcity of battery men
chasers is causing the coach
uneasiness.
Daily practices will be resur
afternoon, following the inte
of the holiday yesterday. Al
veterans have been urged to
ent, and if the wearers of tb
ball "M" are all on hand Poni
probably call them together
his successor this afternoon.
"Chuck" Webber, one of th
bers of last year's team, was
Arbor yesterday, but it could
ascertained whether he left hi
with any oftthe athletic autho
niot. Ex-Captain "Joe" Bell is 1
other veteran not in Ann Arbor
time.

WILL INVESTIGATE
Y CARRIOTING
Detectives in City to Trace Students
Who Created Disturbance on.
Sunday'
EXIT BARRED TO NORMAL GIRLS

MICHIGAN PROFESSORS GO
T4 E DITCATIZONAL MEETING

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night's concert. Kenneth Westerman, I"U U
'14, and Roy Parsons, '15, will present Profs. Allen Whitney and C. O. Davis0
a comedy version of the balcony scene
from "Romeo and Juliet ,, and Assistant Professors P. S. Freed 9
Tickets for the concert are on sale and C. S. Berry of the education dr-
at 25 cents at the bookstores, and at partment left Sunday to attend a Ateic Directorate to
the Michigan Union. No seats will be week's convention of the superintend- of Co-Ed Athletes
reserved, but a general sale will be .ence division of the NationalEducation.g of an "31"
opened at the box office this eveng o. PI
at 7:00 o'clock. Tickets will also be Association at Richmond, Va.Pr OPP1SITiVN CAUkEl
on sale at the Hill auditorium box Whitney's class in the history of edu-
office from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this cation will be taken by Prof. G. L.. The petition Qf the ath
afternoon. Jackson, and the classes of the other te o' the Women's, Lei
nrf-R r will h b nn iii alani

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Michigan alumni. First by reason of
his intimate knowledge of the Philip-
pine Islands and because of the high
position he has held until recently,
should be mentioned Dean C. Worces-
ter, a member of the first Commission
and later, upon the organization of
civil government, Secretary of the In-
terior. Professor Bernard Moses was'
the first secretary, of Public Instruc-
tion. There are also E. Finley John-
son originally a judge of first instance
and now, an esteemed justice of the
Supremne Court; Dr. Paul C. Freer, the
organizer and <Director of Science un-
til hik decease; Judges McCabe and
Carlock, judges of the court of~ first
instance until their death; Mr. C. W.
Hubbell, who completed the magnif-
icent water system of the city of Mani-,
la, afterwards becoming city engineer,
now the chief engineer of the Bureau
of Public Works; Mr. J. W. Ferrier,
the Special Insular Collector of Cus-
toms; and Mr. Walter C. Reibling, a
chemist in the Bureau of Science. The
Army contingent includes Lieut. Col-
onel John P. Finley for many years
governor of a d-istrict in Mindanao, and,
no stationed in Manila; Major James
A. Van Dusen, in charge of the Medi-
cal Supply Depot of the United States
Army in the Philippines; and Major
Morrow, Judge Advocate of the De-
partment in the Philippines. There
have also been any number of fichi-
gan graduates who have performed'
valuable work in the teaching service.
of whom Miss Nina H:; Paddock of the'
schools of Manila can be- especially
mentioned.
Closely connected with the govern-
ment service is the University of the-
Philippines, which in many' respects
has been modeled after the' University
of Michigan. This was natural since
the first college to be organized, the
School of Medicine land Surgery- now
(Continued on page'4.)

Names of fifteen students alleged to
hive participated in the rioting on thej
D. U. R. car which left Ypsilanti for
Ann Arbor Sunday evening at 10:35
o'clock are in the hands of the detec-
tives of the electric line who, it. is
stated, were in Ann Arbor yesterday
investigating the disturbance.
The trouble arose when a number of
Normal girls were inable to leave the
car at Ypsilanti, owing to the crowds
of returning Michigan students who
boarded the car. The conductor re-
fused to wait for the girls to alight,
andhstudents inathe smoking compart-
ment began to create a disturbance
after the car 'had 'left' Ypsilanti.
The crew of the' car telephoned to
Ypsilanti for assistance, and four offi- I
ceers reported at the scene of trouble.
They picked up one of the advertising
cards -torn from the top of the car,
and which bore the names of fifteen, or
more students, who had signed their
names on a threat to prosecute the
crew,'of the car for not stopping to
let the Normal students off.
The D. U. R. officers, Detectives Abt
and Bentley, of Detroit, were lcokinr
up the students yesterday. They re-
turned to Detroit last night after a
conference with Prosecutor George
Burke. When interviewed last night,
none of the authorities would give out
any further information as to the dis-
turbance, further than to assert tha
the D. U. R. was determined to put a
stop to this type of trouble.
ATHLETIC HANDBOOK GIVES
RECORDS OF VARSITY TEAMS
Spaulding's College Baseball Annual
for 1914 contains a picture of last
year's Michigan team; the results of
all games played by the Wolverines
last season; a list of Michigan cap-
tains from 1865 to date; and tabu-
lations of the results of all games
played between Michigan and Chicago,
Cornell, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois
and Syracuse.,

iru essors w i discontinue untiLi rght to award a modified form of the
Call Meeting of Would-Be Composers the return of the regular teachers on Varsity 1'" will be presented at the
All members of the Union interested Thursday. I meeting of the board of directors of
in writing books for the 1915 opera lth athletic association this afternoon
are to meet at the Union tomorrow Michigan Man Co-A utlaor of Comedy at 5:00 o'clock.
night at 7:00 o'clock. Director St. John Paul Dickey, '06, well-known as apetition arose from general dis-
and the book committee of the Mimes, vaudeville performer, is a co-author of s pttion wiar the present insignia
will be present to offer suggestions "The Misleading Lady," a comedy now gr:,,ted to winners of the athletic com--
that past experience has proved to be running at the Fulton Theater in New ion among the university women.
valuable to prospective authors. York. 'Winers of the tennis tournament and'
an'' ry contest, the five high individ-
1oi nt winne s in the indoor meet,
axe 'ie ne ebers of the championship
K a~l team, are at present
w< dcd insignia. The recognition is
w i i form of an arm band bearing
th 1nimtial of thesport, the numerals
«1'! class, and is not in the universi-
f R ro, Y r t F.,ors.
the meeting of the athletic com-
ur ' re of the league last Wednesday
e 1, the nembers declared the
ktcut awards unsatisfactory, .and
c' up the Petition for some modifled
c'i the Varsity letter. The action
o ;ot without precedent, accor,, ;
tc committee members, as woer
isconsin, Washington, and at oth-
(Continued on page 4.)

TO ANNOUNCE OPERA CAS
AFTER COMING REHE
Director St John Will Remali
Arbor Until After Finn
Production
The first regular rehearsal o.
era castsat which allhmrember
present, is scheduled for this a
at 4:00 o'clock, at the Unic
nouncement will be made in a
of the final makeup of the cas
Chorus rehearsals for sing
dancing drill will be held
o'clock tonight and Friday
7:00 o'clock tomorrow and '
nights. The result of these re
will likely be the announceme]
end of the week, of the men d
chosen to make up the choi
rector St. John will be in Ar
constantly from now on, anf v
personal charge of all rehears
Posters are nowbein; prii
will sbe placed, on sale as soon
are received. The music pL
report that they will be able
ward the music within a fe
The buyer for Mack & Co., is
the east and will procure a
of the gowns for the opera.
Senior Law Lectures on Cri
Louis D. David, '14L, deliv
lecture, "The New Criminolog3
First Baptist Church at Lar
Sunday morning. The lecture
livered under the auspices of
ceum club.

OR LAWS CAVORT OVER
TCAMPS WITH CLASS CANES
e sterday was a gala day for the
er law class. Early in the after-
rin about 75 members of the clas,
a-cembled at the law building an
r:, eved their class canes. They ther
-rched around the campus, and stop-
I in at President Emeritus Angell'
I se, were greetetd by him. They
then marched in a body to the Majes-
Stie and occupied four rows which had
bcan especially reserved for them.
In the evening the class held its an-
rual Washington's Birthday dance at
the Union. Professor R. D. T. Hollis-
ter and Mrs. Hollister chaperoned the
affair.

3IJD IHT SONS' QUARTET.
Comedy stars who will be featured at Comic Opera Concert of Glee
Mandolin club, tonight, at 8:00 o'clock, in Hill auditorium.

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