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February 16, 1913 - Image 4

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THIE MICHIIGAN DAILY

DEANS ASSERT COUNCIL'S FATE
IS IN BALA-NGE.
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(COMMUNICATION.)
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weakened in its influence.
"The council has a bigger responsi-
bility to the campus than to these men
whom it has interviewed. It could
turn its evidence and findings over
to the faculty with the recommenda-
tion that the men be expelled, and I
believe, that the faculty would accept
their findings without question, and
act accordingly..
"The faculty might not necessarily
adopt this extreme punishment. It
could merely publicly censure the men
found guilty."
CHINESE WOMAN ORATOR TO
DELIVER ADDRESS TOXORROW
Miss Sui Wang, who acted as
toastmistress at the international sup-
per last night, will speak to the women
of the university tomorrow in New-
berry hall on "China's Crisis". Miss
Wang is a graduate of a women's col-
lege in Nanking, China, and last year
won the state collegiate oratorical
contest for women. Relating her per-
sonal experiences in China, Miss Wang
will contrast conditions as they exist
today in her native land with those of
several years ago.
Alpha Nii Chooses Initiate Debaters.
Six Alpha Nu society initiates were
chosen last night in the first tryouts,
and from these six three men will be
chosen at a later date who will meet
the Adelphi society initiate represen-
tatives in the annual debate. The men
chosen were the following: M. Wein-
berger, J. M. Barrett, F. W. Voorhies,
T. H. Hoogsteen, E. Rankin and D. T.
Rosenthal.a
Painted Window Will Appear Tuesday
The February number of the "Paint-
ed Window" did not make its appear-
ance as announced yesterday, but it
will be printed Monday and put on
sale Tuesday:

put in charge of the superintendent of
buildings and grounds, who'was au-
thorized to obtain such assistance as
he needed. No committee could do
more to provide against the action of
a mob. The order to exclude the out-
side crowd was given to the committee
-and not by them--to prevent certain
people entering the gallery, as their
actions last year were objectionable.
What followed was the result of yel-
low journalism. Deliberately falsified
accounts of the Hop by newspapers
not connected with the university
aroused the members of the faculty
and the general public. Letters of
protests poured into the university of-
fice. Something had to be done.
Action Was Hasty.
The senate council, made up of men
who either did not attend the Hop, or
else while there evidently found noth-
ing to object to, called a meeting to
consider the matter.dThey did not
see fit to call before them either the
committee or the faculty men present
as guests, but they got their informa-
tion from newspapers, hearsay, and
the statements of members of the mob
outside as to what they expected to
see! Naturally the senate considered
the abolishment of the Junior Hop.
What other action could the senate
take with the accountsof the yellow
journals assumed as facts?
I have taken pains to call on Mrs.
J. E. Beal, one of the patronesses, for
a frank opinion of the Hop. Mrs. Beal
assures me that she found nothing ob-
jectionable, and I feel confident that
Regent and Mrs. Sawyer are of the
same opinion.
A great injustice has been done
your committee, which I hope will be
righted in the near future, and I know
it to be a fact that a great many of
the men of the senate council feel,
themselves, that th e action was rather
hasty.
Very truly yours,.
(Prof.) GEORGE W. PATTERSON.

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CERCLE FRANCAISE LECTURE
TO ANALYZE ROSTAN. DRAMAS
William T. Daugherty, '13, will de-
liver a lecture on the Cercle Francaise
series Tuesday afternoon at 5:0.4
o'clock in Tappan Hall on "Le Theatre
d'Edmond Rostand." He will treat the
subject with a view of interpreting th-
character of the dramatist and show-
ing his influence upon modern French
drama.
Daugherty, who is the first under-
graduate to address the Cercle in one
of itsregular lectures, receivedahis
preparatory school training in Caen,
Normandy. He was president of the
Cercle last year. Regular course tick-
ets will admit to this lecture.

SEII( R JITS ANI) EN(UNEERS
ilL IIOL) COMBINED DINNER
Senior lits and engineers will hold
a combined dinner at the Union Tues-
day night at 5:45 o'clock. Dean M. E.
Cooley and Prof. David Friday will
represent the faculty of the two de-
partments. "Jinx" Otto, '13E, will be
toastmaster, and "Ed" Lazear and .
"Dick" Dickinson will give short talks.
Lit Socia Club Will Dane Tomorrow
Lits and engineers will co-mingle at
Granger's tomorrow night, and hold
the fifth of a Aeries of eight dances ar-
ranged by the Lit Social club commit-
tee. The party will begin at 8:30
o'clock.

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