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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 9,1920.

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'r. Nicholas J7. 'utler Candidate
For G.O. P. Nomination Issues Stand

Uni-

Declares Self in Favor of Beer. and
Light Wines; Approves Ex.
eeutive Budget
(By Associated Press)
New York, May 8.- Dr. Nicholas
Murray Butler tonight issued a state-
menatof his principles favoring among
other things, light wines and beer
and principles underlying a court of
industrial relations. This will be the
only puble statement he will make
until the convention, his managers
annouced.
The statement covers subjects which'
he stated today, urgently need 'atten-
tion. These he says are of three
kinds: Those relating to the struc-
tures and functions of. our govern-
ment; second, those relating to our
domestic affairs, chiefly economic;
and, third, those relating, to interna-
tional politics. ~
Instead of planning new taxes, he,
says rigid economy should be effect-
ed and the high cost of living should
be attacked at its sources. 'He fav-
ored an executive budget. Dr. Butler
would restore to the people their Am-
erican form of government' he says,
"and bring executive authority to an

New York, May 8.-Eugene B. pebs
now serving 10 years in the Atlanta
penetentiary for violation of the war
espionage laws will be formally

year,was in
months, dur-
ing editor of
ppointed May
Ltrol.
hip of The
an 'to Willis
s been with
er of the up-
s. Boyd H.

was the
editor -of

aviation service
years. A new
nt managing edi-
I, to be appoint-
editor, with the
rd. ,George A.
as elected to the

aunched as the Socialist candidate in
MARQUIS TO SPEAK ON
RELIGION 1I INDUS1T
FORD MEDIATOR'S ADDRESS 4 0-
NIGHT WILL CLOSE UNION
SERVICES
Speaking on the topic, "The Place of
Religion in the Solution of the Pres-
ent Industrial Problems," Mr; Sam-
uel S. Marquis, head of' the educa-
tional department of the Ford Motors
Corporation, and industrial relations
expert, will deliver the principal ad-
dress at the last University union
services to be given at 6:30 o'clock to-
aight in Hill auditorium.
The many personal and industrial
problems that have always arisen at
the Ford plant have been intrusted for
settlement to Mr. Marquis, who has
proven himself a capable mediator
and 'authority on present day indus-
trial questions.
Special music for the last union
service of the year has been arrang-
ed under the -supervision of Mr. Rus-
sel Carter of the, School of Music.-
Bertrand Bronson, '22, is to render a
violin solo, accompanied by Mr. Frank
Taber of the School of Music. A male
quartet, also frm the School of Mu-
sic, will sing several numbers.
TICKETS FOR FRESHMAN FROLIC
PLACED ON SALE MONDAY
Tickets for the freshman frolic, to
be given by the freshmen of the
College of Literature, Science and
Arts, will go on sale at the "Talks
to Freshmen" meeting at 3 'o'clock
Monday at Hill auditorium. The price
of the dance- ticket4, which is to be
held at the Union on May 15, will
be $2.

the presidential race, it was announc-
ed ihere tonight. ,
Chicago, May 8.-The first national
referendum of farmers to be taken
in this country and possibly in the
world has. just been completed, J. R.
Howard,. president of the American
Farm Bureau federation, announced
here today.
He said tb1e compass of the referen-
dum was the same as the purpose of
those taken among business men of
the United States to ascertain the
views of -the farmers on questions of
a national kcale concerning them.
The initial farm referendum related
to federal taxation. A second is soon
to be taken, he said, which will deal
with the federal highway legislation.
HURLEY NA MED 1AS
ASSOCIATION HEAD0
Union Conference - Delegates Chose
SMichigan Man Executive Chair.
man at Last Session
CONFERENCE CLOSES WITH
BANQUET AT NOON SATURDAY
George Hurley, '18L, general secre-
tary of the Michigan Union, was elect-
ed' executive chairmacn of the perma-
nent association of university unions
formed at the final meeting of the con-
vention yesterday, the position to cor-
respond to that of president. Full pow-
er was given him to appointthe exec-
utive committee from among the dele-
gates, the first meeting of this. com-
mittee to be leld in June.
In addition to this, financial support
was agreed upon, each union to cn-
tribute a definite sum for the main-
tenance of a permanent organization.
Prof. Wenley Speaks
At the morning session, Prof. R. M.
Wenley addressed the gathering, say-
ing -in part, "A Union, to be successful
must come up out of the life of the
university and should not be devel-
oped from a model. It must meet its
own needs and, be formed accord-
ingly. " .
At noon the final banquet was giv-
en the delehtes by the Michigan
Union, and the report of the oragni-
zation committee heard, through the
chairman, George W. Tagart, of the
Houston club, University of Pennsyl-
vania.
Following the dinner, a rising vote
of thanks was tendered to the Michi-
gan Union for the entertainment ac-
corded the delegates during the con-
vention.
Rendered Assistance
"I think we have been able to ren-
der considerable assistance to these
other organizations through showing
them the working of our own," stat-
ed Carl T. Hogan, '20.
Attendance at the track meet with
Illinois and baseball game with Wis-
consin, as guests of the Athletic asso-
ciation, was the' final phase of the
convention.
PAUL JONES WINS KENTUCKY
DERBY AFTER A FAST RACE
Louisville, May 8.-Ral Parr's Paul
Jones, ridden by Jockey Tom Rice,
won the Kentucky derby at Churchill
Downs; Upset was second;. and On
Watch, third. The time, 2:09 fiat,
compares with the derby record in
1914, when Old Rosebud negotiated the
mile and 4 quarter in 2:03 2-5. Gross
value of the stakes, which carried

$30,000, was approximately $36,925.
Theological Seminary Opens in N. Y.
Drew Theological seminary, New
York, has opened its doors to women
and has set aside one whole dormi-
tory for their use. -

Gives Michigan Unrivalled R
Ten Firsts and Quarte
Seconds
SPEECH OF WINNER DEOL
BEST EVER HEARD A
Winniig first place for Mi
Madison Friday night, in v
universally declared the grea
test. in the 30 years . of ex
the Northern Oratorical leag
Goskin, '22L, again placedI
at the top of the list of comp
leges with 10 firsts and four
Northwestern being the only
sity comparable, with nine f
four seconds,
Gets Four Votes
Of a possible five firsts, G
ceived four first choices ania
ond, an almost unheard of vo
N. O. L. contests.
"The heads of the oratory
ments of the six universitie
clared that this was te stron
test in the 30 yers history
league," declared Prof, Th
Trueblood, who attended the
"The audience was large an
terest was great all through,'
Goskin spoke it became int
held his audience in complet
and had the greatest infuenc
ever seen exerted' by a colle
since the beginning of the le
the end of his oration he ri
burst of spontaneous appla
lasted more than a minute."
Dealt With Russia
Goskin's speech is entitled
tion's Struggle for Life," a
with the Bolshevik regime in
REBELSNIMEXIC[
Unconfirmed Report Puts 0'
Troops Within Capital's G
El Paso, May 8.- Revol
forces under Gen. Alvio Obre
didate for the presidency of
were at the gates of Mexico
night, according to reports.
An. unconfirmed report fro
lutionary headquarters sa
troops under Gen. Ben. J. H
already entered the capital.
sweeping victories were clai
other Carranza agents ontth
President Carranza, it is's
ordered the abandonment
northern states' of Mexico and
centration in Mexico City of
loyal forces there. The state
rango was reported to have
4nd to have joined the re
Torreon, Coahuila, with Zacap
Ajaus, Calientas, capitals an
bearing the saie names an
10, capital of Coahuila, we
claimed today by the revoluti
THE SPRING
(Editor's Note-For the 1u
informing the student body
qualifications of the candid
the various All-campus offices
work performed by them, T
will run a brief summary of e
didate's activities while in
The elections will be held M
-I -,
Today the candidates are

vice-president, and an additio
didate for president of the Un
\[lAterary Vice-Presiden
C. Stewart Baxter, '21-Sta
various student publicationsf
years, Daily, Students' D
Michiganensian, Chimes; mei
committee of the Union; -Sp
Delta Epsilon; University
committee, campaign committ
"Y"; service in machine gun
training school.
John E. McManus, '21-Da

y HonorsBEBALN
MarthaCook Aids
nIn -Smith Benefi (
I J -Over 200 people attended a card and WISCONSIN EASILY BEAT
tea party given at the Martha Cook LNGREN'S IAMON]
ecord of dormitory yesterday afternoon held SQUAD'
t of for the benefit of the Smith collqge
fund. Besides the admission, sport ILLINOIS RUNS UP B
hats from the Philippine islands were COUNT , ON . CIN]
ARED sold to aid the fund.
MEETS sAt Smith college among the many Ohio State Defeated on Courts,
ways being used to collect this four. Absence of Michigan's Stell
hlgan at million dollar fund is one which in Racquet Man
that was New York City netted several. hun-__
test con- dred dollars in one day. Everyone Michigan won two out of th
stence of with the last name of Smith was ask- Conference athletic contest h4
ue, 'J. J ed to contribute. Fer'ry field yesterday. The Wc
Michigan baseball and tennis teams 'ca:
ting co1 ictorous, but the track me
seconds, down to defeat before the stro
univer-nossu.
irsts and . Scheidler's fine hurling,
I GAU TLIT with the hitting of the Woler ?
men, enbled Michigan to sh1
oskin re- Wisconsin by a 5 to 0 score. '
one sec- Tadkional Ceremony to be Held May itors were helpless before the
te in the 21; Discipline Not Entirely' gan hurlers' offerings until tl
Ellminat d inning, when for a moment it
y depart- as if tliey might score.
s all de- CARL JOHNSON TO PRESIDEillinois Wins Meet'
gest con- CARL JOHNSONE T ORIE; The Illinois track team over
y of the MURPHY SPEAKER FOR ALUMNI ed Michigan 91 1-2 to 44 1-
omas C. Wolverines were strong in the
contet. Cap night, -which marks ;the pass- and hurdles, but were no ma
d the in- ing of the first mile stone in the the Illini inthe other events.
but when freshman's career, wil , be held on distances and the field events 1
ense, he Friday evening, May' 21 . Plans al- itors were invincible. Beards]
e control ready formulated attest to the fulfill- the big Michigan point winn
ae I have ment of every detail of this famous old firsts in both hurdle races,
ge orator traditton. The ceremonies this year On th'e tenis courts Michiga
ague. At will tend to eliminate the unnecessary ed a decisive victory over Ohi
ceived a roughness and with this end in view by winning five out of six .
use that the committee in charge has ruled that The Wolverine net men won be
there will be no gauntlet though a bles matches and three' out
certain amount of'discipline will be singles encounters. The hea
"A Na- administered to freshmen preparatory which' bleW across the courts fi
ad dealt to their final recognition as sopho fporth was a serious handicap
Russia. mores on the campus. players.
Members of all classes Wl ssemble Considering the day as 'a
C on the campus and led by the Var- Michigan can..consider hersel
sity band will proceed in the regular nate to have come off so well.
line of march to Sleepy Hollow where a foregone conclusion that
bregon's the ce-remone e would win the track meet. It
ates WilMrh.~Hlo at all certain ,that the Wi~l
Headed by the band the procession would ce tn tp ibs
*1 11 move in 'column of folurs go would come but ad top im basel:
Lutionary c o e enio rs w o tennis. In fact, Scheidler's hur.
gon, can- Sleepy Hollow. The seniors will oc hibition was ,an eye-opener t
cupy the extreme north portion oftlQwoddntkw thatDuc
Mexico' hollow. The other-. classes will then
City to; moe to the right of the seniors and, pitch so good abrand of ball.
move tothe igh of he enios ad, he tennis ,team, it was an ni
take their places according to their quntty w it W s ou
m revo- respective rank on the campus. Red meet
id that lights will illumniate the line of march meet.
[ill had and will be burned as the procession. eavy Week. End
Several p .Taking into account the
med by The committee in charge of cere game Friday, this has been on
e border. monies includes the following men, biggest week-ends, athleticall
m~vis icluds te fllowng ~n:held in. Ann Arboi' Itis no1
said, has Ffed J. Petty, '21, chairman, Grayson hat fou Arsit . t ar nc
of. the W. Gill, '20A, David D. Nash, '20, Carl that four Varsity events are sl
the con- F. 'Mason, '20, and Fraipk L. Walters, in two days in tIrAe sports.
the few 'l'L. Carl Johnson, president of the -ICIGAN '-W'SCNIl
of Bur- Student co'uncil will be master of the Coach Lundgren's proteges
seceded ceremonies. Frank -Murphy of De trouLa in defatin' the Wi
volution. troit, will deliver the ,alumni address teani yesterday afternoon at
ecas and and Carl T. Hogan, president of the field, shutting 'hem out by a y
d states Union, will give the oration for the (See Number 2, Page SI:
d Saltil- student ,body.
re , also A large fire will be built in the
onists. (See Number 1, Page Six) u..utL
Chosen Laiv.l
R ICT ON C BIB TIS Rllin L. Mcitt, '121..,has z
.been appoited acting dean;
school of law of Southwestern
rpose of since February, 1919; Michiganension sity, according to the South
of the two years; Sphinx; Sigma Delta. Chi; Vox, the official publication
ates for S. A. T. C. school. He was formerly a pi
sand the Gratton L. Rourke, '21-Fresh bask- in the same institution
be Daily etball, 1917-18; assistant track man- 'Although Professor McNitt

ach can- ager, 1920; general chairman, Union 29 years old he is considere
school. dance committee; executive coancil of qualified for the position bec
ay 12.) the Union; membership drive, 1918-19; his tide experience. He has bE
chairman, French memorial ' fund mitted to the bar in both Michij
literary drive; Sphinx; ,\University service Calfornia, and has served as a i
anal can- cominittee; six months in the naval of the editorial staff of the L.T
ion. flying corps. ell Law Book company, whe
t - For President of Union three years he was assistant
ff of the Paul W. Eaton, '21-Football, 1916; editor of the Enclyclopedia of E
for tlhree organized original Freshman Glee and the Standard Encyclope
irectory, club; house committee of the Union, Procedure.
mbership campaign committee, Alumni recep- Professor McNitt is a mem
ihinx, Pi tion commiittee of the Union; chair- the California Bar association
service man, finance committee, class '19;, committee on constituent assoc
ee of the Glee club,'1919-20; Comedy club, 1919- and of the Los Angeles Bar
officers' 20; opera cast, 1920; 26 months serv- tion and the committee on pu
ice in the Lafayette escadrille; seven He is now a resident of FAg
Lily staff months in a German prison camp. city.

the

olverine
flicial daily
ier session,
ian, '22L, for
been a mem-
f The Daily
years, and
.I board last
t of Henry
nanager, has'

cattons, John R.
,ppointed to the,
of the Student
rick J. Pfluke,

s chos-
ogran,
of the

'AbM
of LIBRARIAN OF HEBREW UNION
and COLLEGE TO SPEAK TONIGHT
lun-
Llege "Leopold Zunz, Scholar and Fight-
the er," is the subject of the address to be
lab- delivered by A. S. Oko, librarian of the
our, Hebrew Union college, before a meet-
ants ing of the Michigan Menorah society
at 8 o'clock this evening, in Lane hall.
- Plans for next year, and for the
election of officers, will be discussed

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