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VOL. XXVI. No. 156.




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TAYLR SESION On This Evening
9 1SE IN ighteenth Annual comnest May De-
(tide Permanent Ownership of
19HAST Valued Prize
Thefinal cup debate between the
HAVE DINNER AT' UNIO11 AFTER Webster Debating society and the
NUMBER OF ROUND TABLE Adelphi house of representatives will
DISCUSSIONS be held at 8:00 o'clock tonight in
- -University hall. The subject of de-
bate will be the go'ernment manu-
FISHER PR ESIDES IN EVENING facture of arms and munitions of war.
____Tonight's debate will be the eigh-
Pres. . S. Person in Chair at Final teenth contest of a series of 20 an-
Conference This Morning; Go to nual debates for the final possession
Ball Game After Lunch of the cup. The society having the
largest number of victories in the 20
With 177 registered delegates in contests will become the permaient
attendance, besides a large nunber of owner of the cup, and tonight's de-
visiting business men, the second day's cision may decide the final owner as
session of the Taylor Society for the one of the contesting societies has al-
Promotion of Scientific Management ready enough victories so that one
proved the largest in the history of more decision in its favor will en-
the organization. sure the capture of the cup.
The first session of the day was The members of the two teams are
held at 9:00 o'clock yesterday morn- as follows: Webster-Dorothy V.
ing in room 38 Engineering building, McCormick, '18L, S. F. Cohn, '18L,
with Prof. H. C. Adams,ofgthe eco- and A. P. Bogue, '18; Adelphi-J. R.
nomics department, in the chair. San- Simpson, '18M, H. D. Hopkins, '16, and
ford E. Thompson,, consulting engi-, W. A. Pearl, '16. The judges will be:
neer, Boston, Mass., delivered g a talk Prof. F. B. McKay, of Ypsilanti, Dean
W. B. Hinsdale, of the Homeopathic
(Continued on Page Six) school, and Mr. H. A. Abbott, post-
master of Ann Arbor. Mr. Ira Jayne,
OI Srepresenting the Detroit Alumni 'as-
sociation, will preside and present the
,up to the winner.
Oratorical membership tickets will
admit students to the debate. Per-
1N BO KS sons not having tickets will be charg-
ed an admission price of 25 cents.
Mrs. Root Claims More Than 500(
Coies Were Illegally Published; 200 so.hom res
No Definite Action. Taken
A dilemma of some consequence Light and airy Apparel Predominant
faced the senior engineers at their , at This Spring's
meeting yesterday, when they were Function
informed that copyrights, held by Mrs.
M. M. Root of the University Music . Shortly after 9:00 o'clock last night
House, had been infringed in 500 cop- the orel estra struck up the "Victors"
ies of their song books, already and the Soph Prom was on. Until
printed and bound. Over a dozen of 2:00 o'clock "joy was unconfined."
the selections in the book are, accord- White trousers formed a prominent
ing to Mrs. Root, illegally published part of the attire of the masculine con-
because of her copyright on them. tingent of the party, while the repre-
When interviewed last night. Mrs. sentatives of the weaker sex were ap-
Root expressed deep regret and sor- pareled in a manner calculated to put
row that the incident had occurred, the lilies of the field to shame.
but pointed out that permission to Wright's eight piece orchestra per-
allow the engineers to publish their formed per expectations and nothing
book as it now stands would mean in- was lacking in this department of the
estimable financial loss to her. Fur- festivity. All in all, it was a right
thermore she declared that other or-. merry party.
ganizations and. individuals would pre-
sume upon her leniency in this caseFIGHTIN U T HULLCH
and expect the right to publish any of IGHTING VER U HULUUH
her copyrighted music from now on.
No definite action has 'yet been tak- Germans Storm British Positions; Pa-
en, and both parties to the controversy
are determined to do all in their pow- ris Announces Gains
er to end the matter in a manner sat-
isfactory to both sides. London, May 12.-The chief fight-
The engineers, besides, discussing ing on the western front shifted to-
the-pros and cons of the Root vs. 1916 day for a. moment to the position near
engineers case and calling in expert Hulluch, where the Germans claim
opinion conducted an amount of class the storming of British positions, but
business. Plans were made concern- after brief encounters at this point,
ing the swingout next Tuesday. The the chief activity again swung back to
question of class memorial was Verdun. Several gains on the left
brought up and Francis Mack, student bank of the Meuse are announced by
councilman, told of the recommenda- Paris in the midnight communique.
tion of the council concerning the me- With artillery activity both around
morial. The matter was put to vote Dead Man's Hill and Douaumont-Vaux
and resulted in the class unanimously sector east of the river, the French
adopting the recommendations. claim the advantage at all points.
TWO IRISH LEADERS EXECUTEDo '"e for Action in Worth Case
After being out from 6:30 to 8:00

o'clock last night, the jury in the
Connielly and McDermott Pay Death Clarence Worth, '15E, damagre case,
Penalty: Latter Known in U. S. returned a verdict of no cause for
action against the plaintiff. Worth
Dublin, via London, May 12.-James sought $10,000 from each of six de-
Connelly and John McDermott were fendants, all of whom were either
shot this morning for complicity in city or county police officials Worth
the rebellion. Connelly was styled alleged false imprisonment, the
by his associates commander-general charged offense having been commit-
of the Irish Republican army. He ted last October when members of the
was one of the seven signers of the sophomore class attempted to rush
proclamation by the insurgents at the Majestic theater. 1.
Dublin at the outbreak of the rebel- Worth was represented by Attorney
lion. He was wounded in the fight- W. S. Cobb of Battle Creek. A. J. Saw-
ing and taken prisoner. McDermott yer, Frank DeVine, city attorney, and
was known to Irishmen in the United Carl Lehman, county attorney, con-
States as one of the most brilliant ducted the case for the defendants.
orators in Ireland and as one of the
so-called "Inner Circle" of revolu- Democrats Form Wilson Organization
tionists in the recent uprising. A meeting of all interested in the
-~---~~formation of a university Woodrow
Wisconsin Keeps .Coach Howard Buck Wilson club will be held at the Union
Madison, Wis., May 12.-Wisconsin this evening at 7:00 o'clock. The meet-
will retain Howard Buck, ex-captain ing has been called by the committee
and all-America tackle, as line coach in charge of the old Wilson organ-

Can't Stop Band rnnrni"i
AGAIN T ITU CANS Musicians MUake lit on Their
GNIHASFrtConcetlDraws Lrge Adiece; trviu~~I~
Unless Joe Robins Is Fully Recovered, Initial Appearance
Lanky Boy Will Grace
a the Mound Cold weather failed to keep a good
- sized crowd away from the twilight .o
LINEUP OTHERWISE UNCHANGED concert Friday evening. Raggy num- w o r e B ads
-- bers were numerous and the audience
S * * * * * * * * * showed lots of appreciation with a B y O utlaviB ands
* * spirited accompaniment of Klaxon
* Niemann, right field. * horns. e
. Walterhouse, short stop. * "The Victors" and "The Yellow and Afterwards Escape Pursulit
Labadie, left field. * the Blue" were substituted in the final
* Brandell, center field. * number for "The Star Spangled Ban- to Border
* Caswell, second base. * ner." Captain Wilson said last night
Thomas, third base. * after the concert that he was well Tnisoa, reore, avexided
Dunne, catcher. * satisfied with the work up to date andits are reported to have raided
Newell, first base. * but that he expects even better work Polaris, a mining camp seven miles
Robins or Miller, pitcher. * as the present series of open air mu-below Lochiel, o the borderyester
* sic-fests progresess. The bandmen day, driving out the Americans who
* si c-Pe ts rog ess s.*he he dm e
* will meet in front of U-hall at 1:30 escaped to Nogales in automobiles.
- --ill m eerr inw, on of U-hallma d t o:30 Colonel Sage, commanding at Nogales,
--"tomorrow, and will march down to sn opn fifnr n 0cy
With Joe Robins slightly under the Ferry field where they will play sent a company of infantry and 20 cav-
weather, Coach Lundgren announced both the Varsity track meet and the alrymen to guard Lochiel, Washing-
last night that "Shorty" Miller may Cornell baseball game. ton Camp andother towns on the same
be sent back against Cornell in to- side.
day's battle.-
Michigan will present the same bat- Brownsville, Texas, May 12-Mexi-
tle front against the Ithacans that they . can bandits, who last night shot and
did against Kalamazoo Normal last NTkilled Curtis Bayles, an American living
Wednesday, with the possibility of this near Mercedes, Texas, have escaped
one shift. Cornell comes to Michigan iuS r iinto Mexico, according to Lieutenant
with an exceptionally strong team S. . Van Horn, who returned to Fort
and the Wolverines are prepared for Brown late today, after chasing the
one of the hardest games of the home General Scott and Mexican Diplomat Mexicans to the Rio Grande. There
season. Confer; Deny Report of were three of the bamiits, Lieutenant
If Joe Robins is in shape, he will ;ltimatum Van Horn stated, and they were trail-
be sent in against the easterners, but ed to the river by a detachment of
if the coach isn't convinced that Joe LOOK FOR A PROTOCOL SOON American soldiers.
is in first class shape, Miller will re--
ceive the call. Miller's sensational, El Paso, may 1.-Before departing ,
work against Kalamazoo Wednesday, tonight for San Antonio to take up
when he twirled 14 innings of almost the work of mobilizing the militia and LTL U
faultless ball, has inspired Lundgre additional regular troops ordered to
with considerable confidence in the the Mexican border, General Funaton
lanky one's ability, and if "Shorty" made inuires in El1 Paso for hospi- TFRM
goes back this afternoon, Michigan t- accommodations.
will be assured of first class twirling. With the breaking up of the con- Wll Not Be Satisfied Until Assured
obinst, hsbee, ging in great sape ferences, while officially all expres- That Submarine Menace Is
of late, howhever, and if he satisfies sion is optimistic, there was a recur- Entfrely Removed
the coach that he is right, he will rence to pessimism all along the bor-
start the game. der today. General ylbreg depart- GERMA MUST PROVE FAITH
Today's contest will be the last ex- f shortly before dalight for the _AITH
hibition at home before the eastern south, and General Sctt left this aft-
trip, as the Michigan team leaves to- Washington, May 12.-It isbeom-
morrow afternoon The Wolverines ernoon for Wshlngton. ing more and more apparent that
mrro afstnoo. rDuring the morning, General Scott President Wilson is determined to
are anxious to start the invasion of and Juan Amador, sub-secretary of miti imaducmrmsn
the east with a wil behind them and .JunA dru-ertry f maintain a firm and uncompromising
the east wtha in behind t ad foreign affairs for Mexico, conferred attitude toward Germany until he is
then too, that little matter of last fall
on the football field has still to be in the private car of General Scott. fully satisfied that the imperial gov-
avenged. Both made statements for the first enment has actually removed the sub-
time regarding the conferences and marine menace to noncombatants on
Athletic Director Bartelbe an- both entered an emphatic denial that the high seas.
game would commence at 2:45 o'clock any ultimatum was offered during the Berlin's view that the submarine
this afternoon,conferences. issue between the two governments isj
Amador expressed the very positive settled is not shared by the President
Hold Weekly Packard Dance Tonight belief that there would no trouble be- (Continued on Page Six)
The committee in charge of the tween the United States and Mexico. _
dance at the Packard academy tonight Nevertheless there is a feeling here in
are W. L. Rindge, '16A, and H. E. Juarez among Carranza officials, that 9
Thornlee. Tickets may be obtained is not at all friendly toward. Ameri- W HAT'S GOING ,ON
in University hall between 11:00 and cans. Resentment against Amen-
12:00 o'clock, the remainder going cans became more marked today than Weather forecast for Ann Arbor and
on saleg at the door. it has ever been before. Carranza of-vicinity: Probably rain.
ficials did not even treat newspaper
correspondents courteously. ,---Y
EX-CONGRESSMAN TALKS HERE. The fact that General Funston called D:00 to 12:00 oclock-Election of
m seeralwellknon dotorsandOratorical Association officers, U-hall
Edwin Denby and Pres. Hutchins Speak conferred with them regarding hospi- corridor.
Before Cosmopolitan Club tal accommodations was also the sub- 000 o'clock-Senior vs. junior hitsI
ject of much speculation here. baseball game, south Ferry field.
Ex-Congressman Edwin Denby, pres- Thinks U. S. and Mexico Are In Accord 10:00 o'clock - All-Fresh tennis1
ident of the Detroit Board of Com- "There will be no war between Mex- team vs. A. A. H. S., south Ferry field
merce, President Harry B. Hutchins, ico and the United States if we can courts.
M. Kiyohara, '16, and Frank Olmstead, prevent it," said Juan Amador. "By 10:00 o'clock-University of Detroit
'16, were the speakers at the tenth an- General Obregon's orders," he con- vs. All-Fresh, baseball game, FerryA
nual banquet of the Cosmopolitan club tinued, "Carranza troops are now mov- field.
Friday evening in Barbour gymnasium. ing to co-operate in ridding Chihuahua, 1:45 oelock-Varsity track meet,i
William Robertson, '16D, the retiring Sonora and Coahuila of the bandits. Ferry field.
president, acted as toastmaster, and We think the United States and Mexi- 2:4 o'clock-Cornell vs. MichiganI
the newly elected officers were sworn co are in accord. The situation is now baseball game, Ferry field.
in. in the hands of Secretary Lansing at 7:00 o'clock-Ferris Institute clubr
Washington and Foreign Minister meets, parlors of the Unitarian church.I

BANKING MEN GO TO NEW YORK Aguilar at Mexico City. 7:00 o'clock-Wilson Club meets,
"Both sides are confident that an Michigan Union.,
amicable arrangement can be made. 7:00 o'clock-Upper Room Bible;
Names Will Not Be Made Public Until A protocal most likely will be signed class meets, 444 S .State street. 3
Some Time Next Week very soon. Mexico does not demand a 8:00 o'clock-Cup Debate, Websterj
withdrawal of the American troops. vs. Adelphi House of Representatives,
Professor Geo W. Dowrie stated last We demand only a reciprocal agree- U-hall.,
night that the names of the men who ment, whereby Americans and Mexi- 8:30 o'clock-Union weekly dance,
were chosen by Vice-President Kies, cans will have equal rights on both Barbour gym.
of the National City Bank of New sides of the Rio Grande border to run 9:00 o'clock -- University dance,'
York, at the conference held in De- down Villa, bandits." Packard academy.
troit yesterday afternoon, will not be This declaration, was made in the Last day of Taylor Conference on
made public until some time next private car of General Scott. Scientific Management.
Mr. Kies left for New York imme- , U-NOTICES TOMORROW
Wiately after the meeting at Hotel There will be a meeting of the J- 8:00 o'clock-Samuel Strauss speaks
Statler, with the five Michigan men, lit class next Tgesday afternoon, for on "The Jew and the "War," Newberry'
who were picked by the university to tlfe purpose of electing a student hall.
compete for the business fellowships councilman. 10:30 o'clock--John Mason Wells
to be given by the bank. He stated All freshmen who expect to *ork on speaks on "Circe's Palace or Michi-
before leaving that he would make his the business staff of The Daily, call gan's Saloon," Baptist Church.
final choice in a few days, and would at The Daily offices, between 1:00 and 10:30 o'clock-:-Mother's Day, in the
let Professor Dowrie know who the 3:00 o'clock today. Presbyterian church, addresses by
fortunate men were as soon as possible Band turnout at 1:30 for Varsity Louis C. Reimann, N. E. Pinney and



Pretidemit letermined to Avoid 1i
vention; All Guardsmen May
Be Called Out
Washington, May 12.-Failure oi
part of General Scott and General
regon to reach an agreement at I
conference on the border has rest
temporarily in an abandonment of
chase after Villa.
Unable to obtain use of the Mex
railroads for the provisioning of
forces now in Mexico, General ]
ston, it was authoritatively leane
the war department tonight, has
derfad General Pershing to draw 1
all his advance columns and to
tablish his base north of Namii
less than 200 miles south of the
For the present at least, it was
dicated. by Major-General' Bliss,
ing chief of staff of the army, Gen
Pershing will devote his attentio
policing areas, lying between his
base and the border, pending deve
ments. Therefore, it was stated,
Less Villa abandons hi lilace of
ing and has the temeityto atteml
person another raid in the direc
of the American border, the cha:
of the American forces ever catcJ
him are slim.
Although the advices concernini
bandit's. whereabouts are as yarl
the reports concerning the condi
of his wounds, the impressions in a
circles here is that he is hiding in
mountains of southern Chihuahmn
nortnern Durango, hundreds of n
below Namquipa. Pradtically sp
ing, the character of the expedi
into Mlexico has completely chan
in so far as it affects the original
pose to get Villa dead or alive;
Secretary of War Baker, after
day's meeting of the cabinet, w
was called following the unsuccN
ontcome of the Scott-Obregon coin
ences, annoanced that no change
policy had been decided upon and
the American troops would remai:
General Scott has been ordere
return to Washington at once. ,]
his arrival he will make a full re
of the conferences to Secretary B;
and the President, and will co
with Secretary of State Lansing. (
eral Funston, Secretary Bakers
had been ordered to return to
headquarters at San Antonio, -with
restriction of the powers origin
conferred on him by the President
the conduct of the Pershing exnt
tion and the protection. of the bor
It was declared emphatically
the President was still determined
avoid intervention, if it was pose
to do so, and that only over a pr
cation,-such, for example, as an
tack in force by Carranzistas on
Pershing column or on the bord4
would force him to change his m
While the war department is prepa
if necessary, to send an additit
regular army force to the border-
the President to sanction, if ne
sary, ordering out all national gua:
men,it was declared by Secretary B
there was no intention of doing eil
In Mexican embassy quarters h
the situation is viewed with s
alarm. While it is declared that (
ranza will undoubtedly do everyt
possible to prevent a clash with
American government, apprehensh
expressed over the effect which
outcone of the border conferences
have on the Mexican people. Ther
fear that irrespective subordinate c
manders in the Carranza army m
precipitate trouble by some overt
Apparently convinced that no in
nent danger is threatening, Presi
Wilson left tonight for a week
cruise on the Mayflower and Secre

Baker went to Atlantic City to att
a banquet.
Troops Mutiny.; Burn Lisbon Arse
Berlin, via wireless, May 12.-A


and definite plans for the new:

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