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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920.-

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N IGHT PLANS RAPIDLY APPROACH
COMPLETION; TOQUES TO BE BURNEDI

tans for Cap night are progressing
dly and everything is practically
readiness foT the staging of the
nier campus tradition on the
aing of Friday, May 21.
i accordance with the oldest phase
hie historic ceremony, the caps and
tes will be burned on the big fire
leepy Hollow and every, vestige of
hman immaturity will perish Vith
smouldesring embers. During the
od of the war the caps and toques
e collected in large boxes and sent
he needy citizens of the war torn.
itries. This year, however, the
mittee has decided to return to
old custom, as there is no longer
emand for the cast-off headgear of
yearlings.
Announce Assembly Places
1 students of the University will
2.PEP MEETING
5CHEDULEO TODAY
-of-War Men Selected From Both
Classes; Names of Freshmen
Announced ;Tomorrow
ES TO BE EXPLAINED BY
UPPERCLASSMEN SOPHS
.n of '22 aire urged to attend the
meeting scheduled for 5 o'clock
afternoon in the West Physics
ure room in preparation for the
ing games. Already the men have
i selected for the tug-of-war con-
Friday afternoon, and the names
be sophomores selected appear be-
. The men selected for the fresh-
. teams will appear in The Daily

assemble at 7 o'clock on the campus
and, headed by the Varsity band, will
prodeed to the amphitheatre in Sleepy
Hollow. The committee in charge of
ceremonies requests that the follow-
ing order of assemibly be observed by
the classes in forming on the campus:
seniors, east side of the court between
the Chemistry and Natural Sicence
buildings; juniors, west side of the
court; sophomores, west side of the
Science building in the driveway;
freshmen, around the flagpole.
Amid the glaring of countles red
lights the procession will wend its
way singing Michigan songs. Two
bands will be in the line, the Varsity
band leading the entire march a d
the band representing the class of '23
heading the freshman class. At the
conclusion of the ceremonies at
Sleepy Hollow the entire freshman
class will fall in to the rear of the
freshman band and will hold a snake
dance.
To Offer Free Movies
Free movies will then be offered.
Arrangements are being made by ,the
committee to secure sufficient reser-
vations to avoid the customary ruTh
and crowed conditions.
ANNOUNCEMENT OE LIT
EXAM SCHEDULES M1E
Final exam schedules for all stu-
dents in the Literary college ave been
printed and are in the hands of Regis-
trar Arthur G. Hall. Examinations be--
gin Monday, June 7, and end Thurs-
day, June 17.
The schedule follows: - Monday
classes: at 8, first saturday 9-12; at
9,, first Thursday 9-12; at 10 first
Tuesday 9-12; at 11, first Saturday 2-
5; at 1, second Wednesday 9-12; at 2,
first Friday 9-12; at 3, second Tues-
day 912.
Specials Also Planed
Tuesday classes: at 8, first Monday
2-5; at 9, first Wednesday 9-12; at 10,
second Monday 9-12; at 11,'first Mon-
day 9-12; at 1, second Wednesday 2-.
5; at 2, flist Thursday 2-5; at 3, sec-
ond Thursday 9-12.
Specially arranged periods: French
1, 2, 3, 4 (all sections), first Wednes-
day 24; Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4 (all sec-
tions), first Tuesday 2-5; Rhetoric .2
(all sections), second Tuesday 9-12;
History 2, 2a, 2b, first Friday 2-5; Ec-
onomics 1, second Tuesday 2-5; Psy-
chology 7, first Friday 2-5; Mathemat-
ics C,,1, 1E, 2, 2E (all sections), sec-
ond Monday 2-5.
Must Take Exams
No change in the dates of class ex-
aminations can be made without spe-
cial permission of the standing com-
mittee. Students are not allowed to
shift from one section to another, nor
to take examinations at special times.
^Every student is required to take the
final examination in every course
elected; no one can be excused.

braves To Smoke
Peace-Pipe Today
When from out the paleface wigwam
From behind the staring moon face
Comes the slow and solemn five
strokes
Telling that the Evening spirit
Wanders over woods and meadows
Lights the campfire of the heavens
Then the Michigamua warriors
In their feathers and their war paint
Soon will gather round the oak tree
Round the oak tree called the Tappan
There to greet the trembling paleface
Many in number wait the bidding
Of the loud rejoicing redskins
For before they take the long trail
To the home .of xichigamua
Many trials and many tortures
First must show their strength and.
courage.
Ere the red man bids them welcome
Ere he -calls each paleface "Indian"
Ere the peace-pipe smoke together.
MAOUES- STARS INITS
WELL STAGED OFFERING

RECORD BRNEAKINGOTCAST BY
STUDENTS IN ANNUAL ALL-CAMPU,
BALOIGFOR JAR/GUSOFFIC
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BULLETIN
London, May 12--A Constantinople
dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
company says that Albert Azerbaijan
has declared war on Armenia.
KRUEGER TO HEAD
OUPERA COM-MITTEEl

GAINES' BESTS WALTEMS IN 4
TEST FOR HEAD OF
COUNCIL

P. W. EATON
PRESIDEN

JT OF

Peattle, Armstrong, Campbell,
Whitlng Named as Various
Chairmen

and

"THE NEW LADY

BANTOCK"I

SHOWS LACK OF AMATEUR-

ISH PPINTS

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Year Men Meet Today
Dillon, '21E, and F. C. Bell,
been secured to instill the
pep in the sophomore class
oon. Carl Velde, '20, will
at the meeting and explain
rope contest which is to
for the bag rush this year.
[iddleweights Selected
i who were selected in ac-
vith their weight to pull in
-war Friday afternoon com-
e groups of 40 men from
. The sophomore heavy-
ad not 'been selected last'
will be announced in to-
paper. The sophomore mid-
men are: G. R. Maitland,
lie, F. B. Thomnas, E. J. El-
Bucker, B, S. Sturtridge,
R. Jimeno, G. H. Cary, W.
K. E. Ketchum, L. A. Strat-
Deiner, G. T. Wilson, H. F.
W. Santlmann. C. R .Kit-

(By M. A. C.)
Madeleine Hazelton, '22, in the role
of "Lady Bantock" would have pleased
even Jerome K. Jerome, the creator of
the play, "The New Lady Bantock,"
had he been so lucky as to have seen
the performance as acted last evening
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. It was
given under the auspices of Masques,
19 of its members making up the
cast.
Elizabeth Vickery, '22,-~who took the
part of Lord Bantock, made her mas-
culine role weak in but one .respect-
she was too good looking. With Mar-
ion Ame , as Bennett the butler, they
proved that Masques is sufficient un-
to itself in producing anything set
for it.
The amateurish points which mark
many campus dramatic offerings were
singularly lacking in 'this' production,
a well planned stage and splendid
training for the parts being responsi-
ble.
Helena' s Husband
To6fie .Given fBy
Classical c I u b
"Helena's Husband," a modern play
in English with a classical setting,
will be presented at-. :15 Fridayeven-
ing, May 14, in Sarah Caswell Angell'
hall, by the.Classical club. One act in
duration, the play typifies the domestic
boredomsthat exists; between Helena,
the most beautiful woman in the
world, and her husband, Menelaus,
king ,pf Sparta, the characters being
taken by Lyda Rideout, '23, and W.
Keith Chidester; '20', respectively. The
household is suddenly enlivened and
shocked when Paris, Prince of Troy,
played by Herold C. Hunt, '23, appears
and 'elopes with 'the fair Helena,
whereupon war ensues between Troy
and Greece.
The play will be followed by a dance
from 9 to 1 o'clock, music for which
will be furnished by Rhodes Bros.'
orchestra. Tickets for the play and
dance are $1.25 per couple, and for
the play alone 35 cents apiece. These.
may be obtained at Graham's book
store.
Dean Effinger Returns From Trip
Dean John R. Effinger returned yes-,
terday from a week's trip to the
northern peninsula on University ex-
tension and high school examination
work.

UNION MAKES ,PPOINTMENTS
FOR )1920 PRODUCTION
Appointments of the chairmen of the
various committees and officials of
next year's Union Opera were made
yesterday by the Union committee' on
committees.
The first appointment was that of
E. A. Krueger, '21E, as general chair-
man of the 1921 Opera. Other posi-
tions were filled' as follows: W. W.
Peattie, '21E, master of costumes; E.:
K. Armstrong, '21, stage manager;
Chesser M. Campbell, '21, chairman of
the publicity committee; Henry jWhit-
ing, '21, chairman of the program com-
mittee. Further appointments will be
made later.'
This Yer's Men Thanked
A vote of thanks was tendered to the
staff of this year's opera afrom the
Union, for their efficient and, capable
management of their departments.
Word was received yesterday from
Mr. Mortimer E. Shuter, director of
the 1920 Opera, who will, direct next
year's production, that Mr. Roy Hoy-
er, the leading dancer of "Jack O' Lan-
tern," and "Chin Chin," and who will
take a leading part; in a new play t
be produced with Fred Stone in New
York next summer, will repeat the
work done last spring with tryouts for
dancing roles in the Opera.
Hoyer Will eturn
Union officials expressed the hope
that men who expect to try out next
fall and all others interested in re-
cent theatrical, dancing will take ad-
vantage - of this opportunity to fit
themselves for even better work in fu-
ture operas. Mr. Hoyor is given much
of the credit for the excellent dancing
exhibited in this year's production and
will start work May 31 this year.
INELIGIBLES DEFEATMI
In a meet that was hotly contested
from start to finish Capt. Warren
Hyde's Ineligibles last night downed
the Varsity swimmers by a score of
35 to 31. Four tank records were low-
ered, three of the new marks being
set by the Ineligibles.
The results: 40 yard won by Robert-
son (F); second, Lewy (V); Dallavo
(I) and Valentine (I) disqualified.
Time 21; 220 yard won by Hubbard!

Grindley, Forbes, Petty and Bell
low in Close Race in mrder
Named
BULLETIN
Due to the fact that when ha D
went to press at 2:30 o'clock
moni~ng, all ballots had not
counted, the returns published b
are not complete in all elections.
returns will be posted in The. l
.offies by noon today and may be
cured there,
In an election featured by a re
breaking vote the University ye
day named next yeafr's officers foi
various campus organizations.
With a total of 1,029 votes, Pau
Eaton, '21, won the Union praside
Robert Grindley, 21E, running se
with 67?. David A. Forbes, '22L,1
602; Fred J. Petty, '21, 320, and
linand C. Bell, '21L, 298.
Gaines Wins '
LeGrand A. Gaines, '21, 1,500 v
won over Frank L.' Walters,
1,242, in the race for president'ol
Student council. Robert . Du
'22, and Angus Goetz, '22M, led
nominees for Student councilmen
large. Clarence M. Johnson, '21E,
a slight lead over the other cou
candidates from his class, the a
three candidates running even. P
the junior lit class Joseph A. A
George Duffleld, and Edward S. Ki
ford had small leads over the o
candidates. Charles H. Murch
Thornton W. Satgent, Renaud S
wood, and 'H. E. Wilson were. a
even in the council race from
sophomore class.
Union Vioe-Presidents
The results for the Union vice-p
idencies were: Law, X. J. Cohen,
160, Thurman B. Ioyle, '21L, 154;
gineering, George H. Roderick,
418, Guy S. Shoemaker, '21E,*
Richard 0. Fischer, '21E, 175; M4
Ralph 0. Rychener, '22M, 124 i
B. MacCallum, '21M, 60; Literar
Stewart Baxter, '21, 555, John Mc
is, '21, 320, Grattoh Rourke, '21,
combined departments, Marion
Slaughter, '22D, 80, William E. K
gessner, "20P, 57, Lester H. Fre
'21H, 36.
Donald J. Porter, '21, 1,645 vi
was elected recording secretary-o
Union over John A. Stewart, '21,
Roswell P. Dillon, '21E, with
votes, James I. McClintock,
1,267, and Ralph G.'Gault, '21L, 1
were elected to the Board in
trol of Student Publications. (
candidates received these totals:
id B. Landis, '20L, 1,098, Gilbei
Schafer, '20E, 790, Walter S.;R:
'21L, 743, Dewey F: Fagerburg,
648, Alan F. King, '20E, 564, Jou
McManis, '21, 541. /

e IM.IVIII ULUIILI lIIILU
'ra_ OPEN MEETING TODAY
the
on- Ahimni association secretaries and
ib- alumni magazine editors are to hold
ik- their annual meeting today and to-
70. morrow. This year, for the fiist time,
the they will meet jointly with alumnae
17, secretaries,
ich Wilfred B. Shaw, general secretary
et- of the Alumni association, stated
Thursday that at least 75 alumni sec-
ion retaries are expected for the confer-
an- ence, as well as some 20 of the wom-
ns- en representatives.
uf- The conference is to be of a dual
of nature, questions being taken up to-
re- day of interest to the editors of alum-
een ni magazines, concerning such prob-
of lems as increasing alumni interest
through these magazines.
Friday the sessions will be devoted
>rs' entirely to the field of the secretaries
ids and such problems taken up as ques-
dle- tions arising. from the war, the keep-,
be ing of war 'records, founding of war,
the memorials, and other matters of a
similar nature.

23.

Neophytes
initer Griffins

The population of Mount Olympus,
the home of the gods, was materially
increased yesterday, when 23 candi-
dates were conducted there in the
firey chariot of the Griffins. The fol-
lowing were taken in: Curt Schnei-
der, '22, Lee Woodruff, '21, Jack Dunn,
'21, Thomas Hart, '20, George Cad-
well, '21L, David Forbes, '22L, John'
Wilson;, '20, Robert McKean, '21, Mike
Hunt, '21, Edwin Bowers, '22L, Ren-
aud Sherwood, '22, Frain Hartwell,'
'22D, Julian Joseph, '21, Marion
Slaughter, '22D, Wilfred Wilson, '21D,
George Duffield, '21, Howard Weeks,
'21, Lloyd'Nash, '22M, Charles Eades,
'22, Gordon 'Godley, '22E, F. H. Laud-
er, '22L,' Arthur Hoffman, '22, and
I Hugh Hitchcock, 22.

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(I); second, Dunlop (I); third, Bab- Engineering 'Soeiety Eleetion
cock (V). Time 6:47. 100 yard won' The E'ngineering society elected t
by Valentine (I); second, Hyde (I) and following officers: Presiden't, C.
Robertson (V), tied. Time 1:01:2. 100 Johnson, '21E; vice-president, H.
yard breast won by Parker (I); sec- Anderson, '20E; secretary, F.
ond, Broock (V); third Hanson (I). Storrer, '21E; treasurer, R. P. Dill
Time 1:19:3. Plunge won by Adams '21E; h)onorary committee membe
(V); second, Million (I); third, Lewy E. A. Kerbey, '21E, Robert C. Vg
(V). Distance 56 feet. 220 free style '22E; J. E. Johns, '23E. The Archit
won by Hubbard (I); second, Ran- tural society elected the followl
dall (I); third, Gilmore (V). Time members: President, 3. C. GoodAm
2:53:3. 100 yard back stroke ""- n by '21A,; vice-president, A.. W. Luckha
Porter (V); second, Hyde ki), Time '22A; secretary; W. K. Rindge '22
1:08:3. Relay won' b, the Varsity. treasurer, J. J. Zimmerman, '21A; h
(Lewy, Babcok, Gilmore, Robertson).' or committee members, L. S. Mat
Time 1:29. I .(See Number 2, Page Six)

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WIHT

.The New Lady Bantock
A four act comedy by Jerome K. Jerome.,

Masqeuso Presents Its
Annual Play.
OPEN TO BOTI MEN
AND WOMEN.

_IAdmission

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