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" TO, UNVEIL ANGELL Art Exhibition Op
The unveiling of a bronze memorial H anI; ArNDstsTP
tablet in memory of former President LWtshave
Emeritus James B. Angell of' the Wh.lteatit h ae
University will take place at the paintings in the exhibit present, the
morning service of the Congregational Bell, Grindley, Petty, a'nd Schaefer to exhibition of art in Alumni Memorial
churchn n Sunday. The tablet is to Run for Presidency of hall opened Wednesday night. The
'E IRLS be placed in the pew that Dr. Angell Organization , reception Wednesday night was some-
churchacon nday.e he thabletAsgto
'CE thing of a private affair, but the ex-
teoccupied ine the church. - AppropriateTOB COENA hibit was opened to the public ys
music will be rendered by the choir, OFFICERS TO BE CHOSEN AT hbtws eedt h ulcyes-
mich will be renderedyte choDr.A ,' CAMPUS ELECTION MAY 12 terday, and will remain oen until}
which will sing some of Dr. Angell's May 16.
favorite hymns. T pins. are1of
FDr. Lloyd C. Douglas pastor of the Final nominations were made at a The paintings shown are Of excep-
EUSSIA Congregational church, will deliver meeting of the Union nominating com- tional merit, and have an unusually
ngrgarc, d mitteelast evening. T~henames illfresh appearance. There are 90 can-t
' ~the morning 'sermon, his theme be- vmitteo, lastbevening. The namestwill
SPlanneding,Ins m oaionAoftDr n- be voted on at the All-campus eec- vases on exhibitio.. The artists who
ry gell." Next Sunday also marks the tior May 12. The names of the fol-s ast-aein, L the exhibit areA.
beginning of Or Douglas' sixth year lowing nominees have not been pass- Mastro-Varrison anA. Makelski, Er-
as pastor of the ed upon by the eligibility committeo. nest Harrison Barnes, and Roman
SrgFor president of the nion-Ferdin- Kryzanovsky". -
5) church.Frpeieto h no-edn Several of the paintings have reciv-
te against and C. Bell, '21L, Robert Grindley, ed favorable commentfromn the visit- t
score of '21E, Fred J. Petty, '21, Gilbert P.
Schaefer, '21A. . iors. Those which have received spe-t
ave been SIT-ATIONFGAS Porer , onA. Stewtar cial praise ar'e Makielski's portrait ofl
it915us Fr recbrin~ secretary-Donald J._________________
IT 1 day defn- Porter, '21, John A. Stewart, '21.
da1 Palmer For Law vice-president - Abe j. ,TI fl
~ ~vrr~~~r ~Cohen, i2lL,' Thurman B. Doyle, IJIUIAO OLOFR
assaults, , '21L, David A. Forbes, '22L.
led i theFor 'engineering vice-president -
:e by the Company Hopes to Have Enough Coal Richard o. Fischer, '21E, George H.s
ther rad- Within Next Two Days to Roderick, '21E, Guy S. Shoemaker, n~. SNOWDEN TO INTERVIEW
addition Remove Restrictions '21E.
ances 'in- For Medical vice-president-Harry TODAY
effort in HAS RECEIVED WORD RAILS B. MacCallum, '21M, Ralph 6. Ry-.b
Russia. CLEAR AS FAR AS CLEVELAND chener, '22M.p
yictims -For literary , vice-president - C. Positions are open for college grad-
partmext,. Stewart Baxter, 21, John McManis, uates, especially the graduates of me- b
nd their We hope to have enough coal in '21, Grattan L. Rourke, '21. chanical, civil, mining and other en- i
sight, within two days to remove the rattaned deouret vice- gineering schools, and those of
apressing For combined departmentsvie
regulations on the use of gas in the president-Lester H. Frenvh, '21H, schols of commerce and accounting
city and supply our customers with William E. Klrchgessner, '20P, Mar- who wish to enter the service 4f the u
all they want," said' Henry W. Dou- ion D. Slaughter, '22D. Standard' Oil company in Asiatic c
-nre glass, '90, president of the Washte- For Student councilman at large- countries and the Levant,. according t
-general, naw Gas company, yesterday. to Dr. A. A. Snowden9 who will be at i
Lay day Dewe9 F. Fagerburg, '22L, Richard teMcia Uin(oa't e e
rking n Mr. Douglass -stated that one car C. Losch, '2,. nhr M gan u ho oae tees-
's of dis- was received yesterday and that two niors and graduates who areInterest-
e As in morehad left Jackson. The Gas ad in such work.
<d As company has been doing all in its Those accepted will be' kiven four
made, to mpaer ' get coal here and has fin -imonths' training in the New York of-
Prierican pwr togtcaheendasf fe which will include talks andpa
although' ally secured the attention of the In- T f-e on vilu phase thek i busi-
re being terstate Commerce commission which 198goU 1lI pers on -various phases of the oil busi-
is clearing the rails for shipments. It company, special lectures and courseP
:ould not From all appearances now, the An address tracing the history of es and visits to the refineries. All
r party's University laboratories ,are14 no dan- the Middle-western Association for this will be at the company's ex-
strikes, ger of closing from lack of gas. Par- Women's Self Government in which pense. During this period of train-
ave con- ticularly is this true as' the amount Dean Myra B. Jordan welcomed the ing, candidates will 4lso receive an
'eral ir- used is much less than half of the delegates to the conference held here, allowance of $23 per week for living '
city's consumption as statei in yes- opened the ,program of the conference expenses. Employes are entitled to c
ated ' terdays Daily. yesterday morning, two weeks vacation each year and
terature "As soon as we are sure that ship- "Graduation means entrance into after having been in the service of the s
t month ments ire ready to leave or have left a great brotherhood 'of. scholars," the company for three years will receivew
seeretly the mines," continued Mr. Douglass, Dean told the assembled delegates. from four to four and a half months';a
accord- "we will r move all restrictions jm- Representatives from nearly 50 "furlough with full monthly salary and
by 'de- mediately. I received al telegram this schools gathered in Sarah Caswell traveling expenses, provided that a
munists' nworning stating that the road was' Angell hall, where the conference is they are to continue iii the foreign
umerous clear to Cleveland and that means that being held. Discussion of vital prob- service.d
as where shipments will not be long in com- lems affecting modern women made Details conceriig this work can a
r. Palm- ing. - up the program. be obtained from Dr. Snowden from
The situati/on in regard to the sup- Prof. L. A. Stratss, chairman of the 8 o'clock to noon today at the Union. B
due pre- ply of coal for the Detroit Edison Faculty committee on student af- Those interested should see Dr. Snow- P
d Palmer pyo o o h eri dsn
Sthmey company was relatively the same last fairs, followed Dean Jordan with an den between these hours.
ithiy night according to the local concern. address in which he urged women
Mr. Herbert Silvester angye to take more initiative in campus ac- "
pus ftivities, but to so handle their work fI&I&.AIa sIe ~ h
urs ofthis, branch, was in Lansing yester-
but de- day on business for the company and that study might always be put first.
ig,.fore- on al icsin "o- To Visitt
he remarked no change in the situa-eRound tBabliscussraiinsfonr"em iteer
tion either in.Detroit or Ann Arbor. bership Basis," "Training for Citi- s
zenship" especially -in regard to all With a background of bunkers for m
IS: women, consumed the larger part of pyramids and the green flags for sur- c
EAE Bthe Afternoon. "House Regulation" veying rods, engineer will meet litb
was also discussed. tonight in tire mighty sand storm of b
Miss Hazel Curtis, delegate from the, Ann Arbor Golf club-alias the w
the ju- rber Attorney-General Discusses the University of Illinois, addressed annual Sphinx-Triangle spring dance. n
k r OrtPP liscusesthe afternoon session, speaking on the Sphinx, due to their natural envir
neering organization in general and the work onment will be in their element at D
semes- T of the Illinois women in particular. the desert prom. Although there may
"The Republican party,;if ,it gets in All of the delegates were entertain- be chemical engineers present, it is
s many power, will apply a preventive and ed at tea at 4:30 o'clock at Helen beleived that, contrary to the general
Robert avoid a necessity of a remedy." These Newberrys residence. At 8:30 o'clock zoological theory that evironment
- presi- verI the words used by the Hon. last night a treception in their honor cannot affect hereditary traits, the arid p
wo men Wesley M. Shaw, former attorney' was held at Martha Cook. waste of Michigan has also placed the de
r com- general under the Roosevelt admin- stamp of the camel upon the Triangl- te

nomin- istration, the speaker at the meeting Cosmo Club to Give Dance es. Ice cream, cake and coffee will er
om two of the Republican club, held Thursday . Arrangements are being made for flow freely sit
elec- night an the assembly hall of the a Cosmopolitan club dance to be held For the convenience of any active 5i
a omplia lb a' o ehl ay cisi
Union. in Barbour gymnasium, May 29. or inactive brothers who have not yet ter
mpleted "I do not blame Woodrow Wilson arranged for transportation to and au
y hike for' the conditions that exist. I do not from the Golf club, a truck will be or,
blame the Democratic party. They CLASS. MEETINGS provided, which will leave the engi- 1
have done the best they were able. _ _neering arch at 8:15 o'clock for the liv
ebate That is their chief discouraging fea- Juniors scene of the fray. Dancing 'to the din
for the ture. ' A special meeting of the inn- music of Sandy Wilson's orchestra las
publke "The country which offers the be'st ior literary class has been call- will last from 9 to 1 o'clock. Un
ie held opportunities is the best government. ed for 3 o'clock this afternoon, Thl
ocl In That government which offers the the meeting to be held in room EX-GOV. FERRIS tO
most liberty and the greatest measure room 205, Mason hall. At this
of safety, is the best government." time eight Student councilmen D LE
Mr. Shaw reviewed the League of will be nominated, four of whom
.tCEts Ex-Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris
Nations covenant, and the attitude of will be elected at the campus has been engaged to address the
the president toward it. He brought cs et s Homoeopathic Medical society of the H
out plainly the necessity of political class president, urges a repre- mooahcMdclIoit fteH
t be pati and the impossibty o run- sentative turnout at this time. State of Michigan at 'their 51st aei- o'c
la- parties and the impossibility for run- n'a esnhihitobhldhrof
lat- f. u.al session, 'which. is to be held here of1
tak- ning the government on non-partisan 'SphImore next Tuesday and Wednesday. El
~sd ideas. "Deohooea.nextWTuesday ndaWednsa, l
ssed Pro. . | There will be an important Dean W. B. Hinsdale, dean, of the M
:am- . Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of the polit-| etgofshmr lery Medical school, is president of the pro
ical science department, introduced meeting of sophomore .literary ieia col speieto h r
the class at 4 o'clock today in room organization. Prof. A. E. Hinsdale, a thi
the Hon. Mr. Shaw. Houlton Lau- 205 Mason hall. graduate of the University,; will talk the
der, president of the Republican club, Ion the "Materia Medica Visualized" J Tra
acted as chairman of the meeting. _Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. of.

ened in Memorial
esent at Reception
Miss Boynton, and 'of President
Two of the portraits by Makielski
won prizes at' the Detroit Museum of
Art. "elara" was awarded first prize,.
while a portrait of Mrs. John Waite $,0wo NEEDED TO SECUREWPA
was also awarded a prize. ' ING; PLAN TO SOLICIT
' Portrait Awarded Prize CAMPUS
Another portrait, this by Valerio,
has received high praise, because of TOWNSPEOPLE ASK T
its fresl4 appearance. The portrait TOWNSPEOPLEASK'
titled "A Pearl" and shows a .girl 'ASSIST IN CAMPA
dressed in black, holding' aAed'mask
in her hands. The colors are used Union Officials Estimate Avi
effectively, and bring out the fea- Contributions to Be One
tures of the girl to the highest de Dollar
Chinese work of' art is another fea- Whether or not the Michigan V
ture of the exhibit. Pieces of e1- will honor President Miarry B. H
broidery, small objects such as tose ins with a portrait to be hung iI
pieces of jewelry worn by officials, Union building, has been put squi
and two Chinese paintings are being before the men on the Michigan.
shown. pus.
Exhibit Chinese Work Expenditures aggregating $
The Chinese embroidery is ..among will be required in order. to as
other pieces, a'long Mandarin coat, a the portrait, Investigation by the
short Mandarin coat, an? the official mittee in charge has disclosed.
short coat. There is also a 'piece, financing of the plan therefore
showing the Imprerlal dragon. The be up td the camus.
Imperial embroideries from the Je- To Solicit Funds
hol, the summer palace of the em- UInion officials announced late,
peror of China,- are on display. A terday that an organization has
eomplete bridal outfit such as worn started for the purp.se of solle
by a young Chine'se girl is shown. It the campus for funds.
s thought that this is about. 70 Coincident with recent annoi
Years old. ments of the proposal as-origi
The one Chinese painting in partic- planned, townspeople voluntarily
ilar attracted much attention. t i ed to assist in securing the port
alled "The God of the South MToun- ."We want to help honor "ne of
ain," and was done by Chon C'en, most distinguished and honored(
n about the year 1535. ens," is the way one 9f the towns
C ~pt it.
Name Citizens Committee
For this reason, in the plan of e
paign has been included a citi
"ommitteewhich will handleconti
tbons from town members of the E
igan Union afid other citizens whc
MOF. NlELSEY SENDS INSTRU sire to aid the campaign. H. 'J.
MENTS AND SCROLLS FROM - bott has been named its chairj
E AOLY. LA1S FRHe will be assisted by George
H AMillen, Roscoe Bonisteel, L. L. Fe
the, Levi Wiens, Leslie Butler, Ge
Two valuable Hebrew scrolls' and Burke, and r
, Burk, andGeorge Lewis. '
everal musical instruments were pur- Three "other committees will ha
hased in Jerusalem and sen'to the the campus end of the campaign.']
niveI'sity by Prof. Francis H. Kel- will re resent the faculty, the ii
ey, head of the Latin department pendents and the fraternity men.
ho is now inthat country on a leave Average Contribution $1
f absence. Union officials estimate that the
The scrolls, which are quite 'small Uicontribution will have to
nd in clear writing, are on the He- little over idollar. An attempt
rew religious services. Although the le ove ollar. An ep
ate he crols as ot ep eenbe'made to ;secure ,as many'Indi 1
ate Of the scrolls has not ye$ \been ual subscribers as possible "in 01
scertaIred, they are said to be at that every man #on the campus
ast 500 years old. 'Librarian W. W. hive had n opptunity to shoa
ishop'" stated 'that¢ they' would be .v a p~tnt oso
lsdon sedhibit'n they wai d corn- appreciation o* President Hutch
Laced on exhibit In the mnain cor-work for Michigan.
or of the Library in a few days.-work nsor Michiga
Among the musical instruments in- Pan s for ortrait
luded In the eiipment' are a reed Arrangements for the portrait
ate and atdouble shepherd's pipe practically complete. The artist
or. .The latter is' of .an unusual already_ ben chosen and other
ape and has bone stops attached toalshae been decide, upon
(e ppe b a hain Th insru-financing of the plan, alone rein
topipe by a chain. The instrn- to be taken care of.
ents are to be added to the Stearns' "We believe that Michigan's se
dlection in Hill auditorium, of appreciation of a great 'preside
Although the antiques were shipped work will carry the campaign to s
y Professor Kelsey in February, they cess," declared C. A. Newcomb,
ere received only Tuesday after- chairman of the committee in cha
on by Librarian W W. Bishop. yesterday.
Discussion on various educational Speaks Before Sophomore Engine
ases marked the opening of the on Present High Cost Causes
ans' conference at the Union yes-
rday. Representatives from the lib-'' Prof. David Friday addressed
al arts colleges of 12 state univer- sophomore engineers at their meet

ties including Michigan met in ses- at 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
on 4t a luncheon at tlfe Union yes- room 348 of the engineering buildi
rday noon. In the afternoon an Professor Friday detailed the vs
tomobile ride was given the visit- ous reasons to 'which the contini
s around Ann Arbor and vicinity high prices were attributed; shov
President Harry B. Hutchins de- that some of these reasons were,
ered the address of welcome at a hisr estimation, illogical, and tl
nner for the jdeans at the Union pointed out the primary causes for'
st night. An entertainment at the extreme costs. A depresion, brouj
iversity. club followed the dinner on by firms failing, followed by 1,
.e conference will close with a of confidence on the part of the bl
ncheon at the Union this noon. ness man, with a consequent',loj
ing of demand for goods, and of
CTURER FROM HARVARD TO bor, will be he result of the press
SPEAK ON GREEK LITERATURE day prcecs, which, according to P
fessor Friday, are 253 per cent o,
Mr. J. A. K. Thomson, lecturer at those of 1913.
rvard university, will talk at 4:15 Robert C. ,Vail, '22E, and Edward
lock Monday afternoon in room C Elliott, '22E, were nominated for I
the haw building on "rhe Romantic sophomore engineers, as members
emement in Greek Literature." tie Honor committee to be voted
r. Thomson is a Greek scholar at the all-campus election. Edmu
ominent in classical circles. Both in H. Fpx and George E. Gregory w4
s country and in Europe. He is nominated for Student councilmen
author of two books, "The Greek The disciplne committee' repori
adition" and "Studies in the Odyssey that it had been active and, expeci
Homer." . to be more" d


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