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Pi Delta Epsilon
Initiates Today
ewarding the efforts of months of
patient racking of benumbed brains
and hours bent picking at the altar of
the literary muse (in this dad of effi-
ciency more often than not a species
of the mechanical contrivance known
as the typewriter), Pi Delta Epsilon,
national honorary journalistic frater-
nity, will initiate at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon in theiUnion.
The neophytes are students, who,
long ago succumbing to the lure of the
linotype, persevered and attaimd an
art that merited consideration for
choice among the ranks of those soak-
ed in the inky atmosphere of the
press room.
UINION SHOW TO HATE
TWO F
TW U ILMSAN U SUI

hlins will
exercises
s dead, to
at Ferry

ses will start at'
horning, when
ardless of rank
i1 day exercises
.of North and
cues. Soldiers,
will take sep-
Col. John P.
hal. Members
h war veterans,
t of the Amern-
iarch with col-
ceded by the
Pole
parch into Fer-.
i up facing the
hile the band
' the field with-

"ON WITH
SHOWN;

THE DANCE" TO HE
QUARTETTE WILL
SING

"On with the Dance" is the picture
which will be the main feature of the
Union entertainment to be held at 7:30
Thursday evening in Hill auditorium.
When this picture, featuing Mae Mur-
ray, was previously shown in one of
O.;e local theate.s, most of the stu-
dents were ouc of the city for spring
vacation.

uney, In addition to this picture, there
32nd will be a comedy in which "Fatty"
en by Arbuckle stars as the "Butcher Boy.'
ib to A special musical program has also
and been arranged. The same quartette

MUST' PAY OSEE
CONFERHENCEMEET
h ,o
Athletic Coupon Books Not Sufficient
to Secure Admittance to
Game
STUDENTS AS WELI'AS OTHER
SPECTATORS TO BUY TICKETS
Tickets for the Conference track
meet on Ferry field June 5, will go on
public sale Monday, My 31, at the
athleticsoffice, Press building. Mail
order applications are now being re-
ceived and -will be filled starting
May 31.
Student athletic coupon books will
not admit students to the Conference
neet. This meet is held under the
direction of a Conference committee
which has entire charge of the man-
agement of the meet. As a result,
Michigan students will be required to
pay the same price as all other spee
tators.
Conference Ruling
This has been the rule wherever
the Conference meet has been held.
Last year at Chicago the University
of Chicago students paid exactly the
same price as all other spectators.
The Michigan Athletic association
does not even provide officials for th'e
meet, these beingtdesignated by the
Conference committee.
Ticket Prices
There will be a limited number of
$1.50, tickets for the seats opposite the
center of the field in the north stand.
All tickets in the south stand and all
other tickets in the north stand will
cost $1p0.°
Envelopes for mail orders m y be se-
cured now at the -athletic office. These
may be filled out, money,.money order,
or draft enclosed, and the order left
at the athletic office. Such orders will
be considered as mail order applica-
tions and will be filled in the order
of receipt. The public sale will start
May 31.
VON BEMMELiEN TO .
LECTURE ON JAVA
"Java's Volvanoes, Scenery, and
Science" will be the subject of an il-
lustrated lecture to be delivered by
Dr. W. van Bemmelen, director of the
Netherlands East Indian Weather-bu-
reau, at 4:15 this afternoon in the
Natural Sc nce auditorium. Dr. van
Bemmelen is a graduate of Leyden
university,. where his father was a
professor. Prof. J. M. van Bemmelen
was a pioneer in the field of colloi_-'
chemistry and he gained a world wide
reputation as a result of his work.
Dr. van Bemmelen entered the serv-
ice of the Netherlands-East-Indian1
government while he was still quite
young, and the present high standing
of the Weather-bureau station at Ba-,
tavia, Java, was acquired through his
efforts. While establishing a great9
system of meteorological stations on
the tops of active and inactive vol-
canoes, Dr. van Bemmelen has -had a
unique opportunity to study volcanic
phenomena.-
MOTION PICTURE OF DAILY]
STAFF TO BE TAKEN TODAY
Students working on The Daily will
report at 1:30 o'clock today in'front
of the Press building for a motion pic-
ure to be taken of the force.

er the national
ed, by the band,
d to the top of
short interval,
f-mast, in mem-
om the Univer-
res in the war.
ed members of
then fire a sa-
will be sounded.

ese exercises the ex-
e to march in formation
lum, where they will be
a prominent speaker,
be chosen by the com-
ge. A block of seats in
the lower floor in Hill
. be left vacant in mem-
ad, and a floral tribute
of the Overseas club is
the center. Members of
. R. will have seats ,re-
n .on the platform.
ERS TO HOLD
ANCE FRIDAY NIGHT
n 9 to 1 o'clock Friday
in Barbour gymnasium
inual entertainment of

Faculty Men Endorse Ryan Lecture,
Scheduled For 8 o0'Clock Tonight)

that offered "Ann Arbor Days" in this
year's opera, will sing on this occa-
sion, and the Union orchestra under
,the direction of Mr. Earl V. Modre
will furnish the music.
The admission charge will be 35
cents.
MExrCAN CRISIS
BECOMING WORSE
Washingfon, May 24.-Official com-
plication in the Mexican situation was
intensified by report of a wide spread
reaction resulting from the killing of
Carranza, the deposed president. The
indications were accompanied by in-
formation that the de facto govern-
ment might have to face almost im-
mediately, not only the problem of
reducing Villa, the long time rebel
leader, to submission but also a more
important armed opposition.
Confirmation was received by the
state department of the failure of
General Calles to effect an adjust-
ment between the new government
forces and Villa.
One development in the situation
occurred here today, when Louis Nar-
ones, a confidential agent sent to the
United States by Obregon, called at
the White House to leave with Pres-
ident Wilson a message signed by
Obregon.,i containing reaspuring de-
clarations as to the aim of the revolu-
tionists.
SOPH WOMEN PICK COMMITTEE
MEMBERS, REPRESENTATIVES

MANDATE
ARMEN9IA
By PEES,

Supplementing his lecture with pho-
tographic slides, "Quin" Ryan of the
Chicago Tribune will speak on "In-
side the Tribune"'at 8 o'clock tonight
in the Natural Science auditorium.
Tickets for the lecture, which is be-
ing held under the auspices of Pi Delta
Epsilon, are now on sale at Graham's
and Wahr's book stores. The charge
is .35 cents, except to members of the
publications staffs who may secure
EX-SERT ICE MEN WILL
MEET TO FORM, LEION
SUFFICIENT NUMBER REPORTED
INTERESTED TO ORGANIZE
CAMPUS POST
With a sufficient nuiber of names
of., men willin to become members of
the proposed campus post of the
American Legion already reported, the
committee in charge of the drive will
hold a mass meeting of all ex-service
men interested in the movement at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Union.
The room for the, assembly has not
yet been selected, but will 'be posted
this afternoon on the bulletin board
in the lobby of th Union.
The committee, realizing that there
are but two weeks of the school year
remaining in which active work can
be done, is desiros of making this
meeting a success. '"All Legion men,
as well as all other ex-service mn
who wish to participate in the forma-
tion of a post here, are urged to at-
tend. It is expected to have an out-
of-town speaker present to address the
gathering on the advisability of a
University chapter of the- Legion.
Plans foi the final organization will
also be discussed.
INDUSTRIAL MEN
WILL MEET HERE
Meeting for the first time, the ad-
visory board of Michigan's newly cre-
ated department of engineering re-
search will convene at 10 o'clock
Thursday morning at the Union,
where President Hutchins will give
the address of welcome to more than
100 of Michigan's industrial leaders.
President -Hutchins has invited
prominent men In industrial life to
attend to make up the advisory board,
which will organize at this meeting
for the purpose of discussing co-ope-
ration between the University and the
industrial interests of the state. It is-
expected that work of this kind will
make Michigan a leader a ong Amer-
ican college in undertaki g to place
its technial resources behind indus-
try.
Inspection of the campus, luncheon
at the Union, and short addresses by
members of the engineering faculty,
followed by a summary by 'Dean Coo-
ley are also on the tentative program
for Thursday.
MENORAH SOCIETY ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR
Election of officers for the-'ensuing
year was the principal business
transacted at the Sunday meeting of
the Menorah society in Lane' hall.
The officers elected are: President,
Simon Shetzer, '21; vice-president
Matilda Brodkey, '21; treasurer, Louis
Gottleib, '22; secretary, Abbot Wino-

grad, '21; board of directors, Samuel
R. Rosenthal, '21, Bernice Frozer, '22,
Nettie Goldberg, '21, Maury Wald-,
horn,..'21, and Moses Lattner, '21D;
and delegate to the Menorah Journal,
Samuel R. Rosenthal, '21.

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first ball.
The Daily aggregation is in flue
fettle after a month's hard practice
and boasts such stellar performers as
"Ren" Sherwood, "Chess" Campbell,
'Cupid" Sargent, who is very fast on
the bases, and a host of other excep-
tional players. The gargoyle assets are
still a negative quantity.
Due to the importunings of the gar-
goyle captain, the game will be,played
with a soft indoor ball, as the humor-
ous cow-hide heavers are out of prac-
tice from too much toying withthe
teacup. Advance information has it,
however, that The Daily will still be
able to' present an, invincible froit.

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free passes by applying to the cashier
at the- publications offices.
A number of faculty men, cognizant
of Mr. Ryan's reputation both as a hu-
morist and critic, ha're supported the
movement to bring him here. The
Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions particularly has manifested Its
approval by lending financial assist-
ance.
Because of the fact that Mr. Ryan is
a college man' still in his twenties, it
is expected that his lecture willnbenes-
pecially interesting to a University
audience. His speech is designed so as
to have a general rather than exclu-
sively technical appeal. He has al-
ready given addresses at a number of
other universities - and colleges,
throughout the Middle West and in
eac'h case has been greeted enthusias-
tically.
Dailly- Gargoyle
Wlall Game to be
fHeld Saturday
Devotees of the national pastime,
attention!
The baseball classic of the year will
take place Saturday moilng on Ferry
field when the heavy scoring team of
The Michigan Daily will cross bats
with the gargoyle.
Dr. Tom Lovell, who played such a
leading part in last year's gargoyle
defeat, cannot pitch this year, as his
famous right wing is waning. It is
said, however, that he will pitch the

Senator Lodge of Mi
chairmen of the Sena
no comment to make o
recomnendations. In
ever, he has declare
to a mandate. Sena

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EACH HOUSE REFERS ME
TO FOREIGN RELATIO
COMMITTEE
EXECUTIVE BELIEVE
IT WISH OF PE
Supreme Council Invites Pres
Arbitrate Boundary as
Provided in League
(By Associated Press)
Washington, May 24. - A
of the United States to accept
date over Armenia .wis asked
gress today by President Wils
executive said 'he was conscic
he was urging "a very critical
but that he did so "in the earn
lief that it will be the wish
people of the United States tb
be done."
The President's message w
in both the house and senate b
discussed in neither. Each ho
ferred it to its committee on
relations.

MAKE GIRLS'
HONORARY CLUB

desired by. the committee that
men come in summer formal,
h such dress is not necessary.
has been decreed on 'flowers.
Wilson's eight-piece orches-
been secured as the main fea-
remaining tickets inay be pur
by sophomores or upperclass-'
the desk in the Union.
NO CLASSES MONDAY
SUniversity classes wll- be.
ended Monday in Obsery-
of Decoration Day. This
accordance with the state
prescri.bing that wltfn a
holiday falls on a Sun
it shall be observed on the
ing Mholndayb.edo

Twenty-three women of the class of
21 were elected to the girls' honor-
ary educational club yesterday. Those
chosen are as follows:
Rena Bailey, Lenore Bader, Lois
Brooks, Izora Foster, Eunice Grover,
Frances Graves, Marion Gill, Rose
Gutterman, Pauline Humphrey, Anna
Kent, Emma Jacobs, Nettie Goldberg,
Marjorie Marsh, Helen Master, Mar-
cella Moon, Neva Nelson, Gladys Rei-
necke, Marguerite Rochat, Rosella
Smalldon, Marjorie Snavely, Josephine
Triplett, Nora Wilson, and Alice Wil-
son.
The initiation will be held at 8
o'clock Wednesday in Martha Cook
building.
ITALIAN CLUB TO CONCLUDE
YEAR'S ACTIVITIES TOMORROW
I1 Circolo D'Annunzio will conclude
its activities for the year with a ban-
quet at 6 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing at the Union, in honor of
Stephen Scatori, instructor in the
-romance language department. Mr.
Scatori has been appointed assist-
ant profegsor of romance languafe
at the. University of Oklahoma and
will leave Ann Arbor at the close of
the Summer session. The establish-
ment of the society in the University
was largely due to Mr. Scatori.

council that "he undertake to
trate the very difficult question
boundary between Turkey and
nia" as he "thought it a d
do so."
Provision Not in Treaty
Pro ision for a mandate over f
subject people is not made is
treaty of Versailles, and it is set
that such mandate shall be ex
under the League of Nations, bui
the United States is not a mem
the league it is said that if co:
decided the United States shou
for Armenia, the treaty prov
would be waived in this case.
PREPARATIONS MADE FOR
ALL-MEDIC DANCE FI
Preparations are completed f
annual All-medic dance, the
Send-Off, to be held Friday ni£
the Michigan Union. Music f
evening will be furnished by Phi
mond's 'orchestra, and ref resh~
will be served.,
The Send-Off is given by th
derclass medics in honor of
graduating doctors, who are ad
free.
PROSPECTIVE CHIMES ARTIS
TO MEET TONIGHT IN L
All students interested in do:
work for the Chimes for next
will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonij
the Chimes office on the third fl
the Union.
I SENIOR LITS NOTICE
Senior lit invitations will
given out from 2 to 4 o'cl
this afternoon in University b
The announcements will be'g
en out from 2.to 5 o'clock W
nesday afternoon at the sa
place.

Sophomore women at their meeting
yesterday made the following elec-
tions: Members for judiciary council,
Eleanor Neil, Isabelle Swan (one to be
chosen); chairman Junior girls' play
committee, Edna Groff; assistant
chairman Junior girls' play commit-
tee, Caroline Leonard; members of
Junior girls' play committee, Edith
Cady, Harriet Gustin, Frances Weim-
er; chairman social conummittee, Mar-
garet Spaulding; members of social
committee, Gertrude Boggs, Rebecca
Condon, Isabel Kemp, Hazel Storz.

SENIOR LITS TO MEET

The senior literary class will
hold an important meeting at
4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
in room 101 Economics building.
Pres. William Hinshaw requests
all members of the class to be
present.

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