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Members of Squad Object to With.
drawal from Philadelphia In-
tercollegiates
MAJORITY BELIEVE MICHIGAN
SHOULD TAKE PART IN AFFAIR
Strong sentiment has been aroused
among members of the Varsity track
team as the result of the action of
Michigan withdrawing from the East-
ern intercollegiate championship track
meet, May 29 at Philadelphia. Opin-
ions expressed indicate that the ma-
jortiy of the team favors participating
in spite of the fact -that it has been
considerably weakened.
Parsons Favors Entering
Manager F. W. Parsons, '20E, said:'
"One of my strongest convicttonA is
that Michigan should compete in the
East as well as the West because of
the fact that the best competition is
found here. Michigan should send a
team even if it is weak."
"Red". Cross, '20, pole-vaulter, stated
that the withdrawal of the Michigan
team this year might be a step towards
dropping out' of eastern competition.
"I would rathern ee Michigan place
third or fourth in the eastern meet
than first in the Western Conference,"
declared Cross. "The men on the team
deserve the trip, as well as its beinr
the best thing for Michigan."
Bob Cook, '20, sprinter made the fo'
lowing statement: "I would be very
disappointed not to see our team go
East this year, especially as there
seems to be no logical reason what-
ever Why they should not. Not only
would it be unfair to the men on the
squad who have worked so hard, but
to our loyal alumni in the East, who
always lookto, ur being there, and
who wish to see her retain her old
standing in the East in spite of the
fact that we are in the Western Con-
ference."

Even by exchanging places With a
rich young American girl, Natalie
Bourget, the central figure in "L'Ap-
ache," in which Dorothy Dalton will
be featured again today at the Majes-
tic, does not. escape from the atmo-
sphere of crime which surrounded her
in the Parisian' underworld. To save
her brother from implication in an
Apache robbery she had married their
leader, but her dislike for him had
grown as she came to know him bet-
ter.
Finally she runs away from him
and it is during her hiding that she
discovers that there is a remarkahle
resenblance between her and Helen
Armstrong, a young American girl
Visiting Paris. In response to Helen's
request that they change places, she
poses as her acquaintance, but exper-
iences the illsas well as the pleasures
of her "double."

Formal announcement of his cand-
idacy for the Republican nomination
for governol of Michigan has been
made by the Hon. Frank B. Leland,
Regent of the University. Mr. Leland
bad the matter under consideration
for some time, after having received
notice of formal support last Satur-
day from a conference of friends who
had gathered in Lansing from all
parts of the state.t
In making his announcement Mr.
Leland 'declared as two of his pro-
posed platforms, economy and lower{
living costs. "I stand for greater
economy in both state and national,
affairs," he said, "and if elected, I
pledge every possible assistance to-
ward reduction in the counties of ne-
cessities of life to. a reasonable basis." ,

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The happy erndingdemanded by the
motion picture audience has been in-
corporated in the screen version of
"Captain Swift," to be repeated today
at the Arcade. As originally produc-
ed on the stage Captain Swift, the ad-
venturous character around whom the
sory is built, walked off the stage' in
the concluding scene and killed him-
self with a revolver. Except for the
revision of this part the picture fol-
lows the stage play closely.
Swift is a sort of modern Robin
'Hood who robs only those who deserve
it, respects valorous enemies, andhelps
the poor and helpless. Tiring of out-
lawry, he assumes ,the identity of a
man whom he has tried to save from
perishing on an Australian desert, and
embarks for Entland, where he en-
counters situations which tax his
moral as well as physical bravery.
75 DELEGATES -AT
BOYS' CONFERENCE

Pledge $2,518 for Pro]
Two thousand, five hufdri
dollars from the 150 studen
chester college, Indiana,
pledged for the work of th
legiate Prohibition associa

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SATURDAY, MAY 8
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Beardsley for Entrance
"The Michigan track team ought to
go," declared 'Ray Beardsley, '20,
hurdler: "It is worth while going;
anyway, in spite of the team being
weakened. I am strongly in favor of
sending a team because of the fact
that eastern competition is the best
in the country."
Bill Meese, '21E, said: "I am not in
favor of withdrawing whether the
team is weak or not. This is the big-
gest meet of the year."
Dick Losch, '21, gave it as his opin-
ibn that Michigan out to compete in
the East. "The East expects a Mich-
igan team. However, I think with-
drawing was the only thing to do this
year," he said.
Others Want to Go
Cal Wetzel, '21E, Joe Baker, '20E,
Paul Burkholder, '21, and another
Varsity track man who asked that his
name be withheld, put themselves on
record as being heartily in favor of
competing this year in the Eastern in-
tercollegiate championship meet. They
declared that the competition served
as an incentive to the men and added
indispensable prestige to the name of
Michigan.
"Red" Donnelly, '20L, former cap-
tain, said that he saw no use in send-
ing a team unless it was a'good one.,
He advocated Ahe substitution of .a
dual meet not quite so near the West-
ern Conference meet. He stated, how-
ever, that he favored continued athlet-
ic relations with the East.
Captain Carl Johnson, '20, when in-
terrogated, replied that he did not
wish to make a statement.
MEETING OF NEUROLOGICAL ..
SOCIETY HELD WEDNESDAY

With more than 75 delegates from
all parts of the state, the Michigan
Boys' Christian Callings Conference.
opened yesterday at Zane hall with
a fellowship meeting under the direc-
tion of Dr. T. M. Iden. Following this
meeting, a banquet for the delegates
was given last night 'in the Congre-
gational church. Prof. W. D. Hen-
derson of the University extension di-
vision, was the toastmaster and Jesse
B. Davis gave the principal address
under the title of "The, Need."
Today the. conference will begin
with a devotional service in Lane hall,
followed by a talk on the Y. M. IC. A.
by Dr. A. G. Studer. During the course
of the morning the call to the foreign
missionary field and the ministry will
be presented by D. S. Turner and'Dr.
C. W. Gilkey. After the luncheon in
the Congregational church, She boys
are to attend the track meet and base-
ball game.
DEAN KRAEMER TO ATTEND
PHARKACEUTICAL MEETING
Dean Henry Kraemer of the phar-
macy school will leave this morning
for Washington, D. C., where he will
atte d the meeting of the American
Pha maceutical association and the
meeting of the executive committee of
the conference of pharmaceutical fac-
ulties of which he is the chairman.
At this meeting Dean Kraemer will
give papers on 'the standardization of
the curricula of colleges of pharmacy
and on the investigation of pharmacy
schools by the Carnegie Foundation.
Later next week Dean Kraemer will
attend the meeting of the United
States pharmacopeoeial revision com-
mittee and the meeting of the sub-
committee on pharmacognosy and
botany, of which he has been chairman

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Discussion of psychopathic cases
and papers relative to cases of this
nature marked the regular bi-
monthly meeting of the Detroit Neu-
rological society, 'held Wednesday at
the psychopathic ward of the Univer-
sity hospital. About 15 physicians,
alienists and psychiatrists, came out
from Detroit for the meeting.
Papers were read and cases pre-
sented by Doctors Barrett, Huber,
Camp, Gird, Jacobi, Moersch, and
Parker, all- of Ann Arbor.
Dr. Barrett entertained the society
at dinner at the Union.

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Must Apply for Combined Course Now
All students, in the Literary college
who intend to enter a combined cur-
ricula next year should file applica-
tions with the registrar's offiek not
later than May 15. Students who plan
to transfer from the lit" college to any
other college or school should file
similar applications with the regis-
trar.
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of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.-Adv.
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for the last two decades. It is expect-,
ed lhe will return to Ann Arbor about
May 20.
Rubber Company Offers Scholarship.
An ayard of a four year university.
scholarship is held out to the winner
of the essay contest which the Fire-
stone Tire and Rubber company will
hold during "Ship by Truck - Good,
Roads" week, May 17 to 22. *
The purpose of the contest, which is
open to all high school students
throughout the country, is to promote
public interest in good roads, their
value and necessity.
Welsh Ch'olir to Appear In Ann Arbor
The Mountain Ash Welsh male choir
composed of 20 famous singers from
the British -Isles, will appear on Sun-
day night, May 16, in the Presbyterian
church on their fourth American tour. {
These artists will offer a varied pro-
gram of solos, duets, trios and quart-
ets,' including classic and popular
songs and choruses. Prof. T. Glynwr
Richards is the conductor of the choir.

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