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1. ANN ARBOR, 1CHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1919. PRICE

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Union Miners Remain At Work

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I N RHODES GOMMITThE ETII
e SELECTS SCHOLARSTfBE ur~ IVR
Two candidates for the Rhodes
scholarship were selected by the com-
met in Wnn Arbor Saturday. Owing ^----
to the fact that the names of the sue- 1920 Michganensan of University, Editors of Student Publications GIve
cessful candidates are sent to a central May Be Obtained by Payment of $2; Opinions in '4Favor of" Awarding
offiqe aid then distributed by the As- Tags Will Be GivenEach Subscriber Some Symbol for Services
1LAIM MORE sociated Press, it is impossible to be- -
HAVE AN- cure the local selections for publica- TO PRINT NO EXTRA COPIES; "UNFAIR TO UPPER CLASSES,"
CALL tion. The complete list, from all the ALL EXPENSES ARE HIGHER' OBJECTS CARL JOHNSON, '20
states will probably be available Mon-
AS CLOSE Tday. This is tag-week for the 1920 Mich- ? In an effort to stimulate under-
)AL PRICE The state is allowed to choose two iganensian. glassman participation in student ac-
men: from Its institutions of higher Beginning at 8 o'clock Tuesday tivity, some universities have suc-
ke Cannot Be larning who are best qualified for the morning all students of all schools cesefully inaugurated the plan of
stl ~ ~ sh la shp acor igdo Pritro-n ty t su srb fo th olca o o ors a ta e at in c p s
rhCuo inhProip ccodng the cerio and colleges will be given an oppor- awarding "activities buttons" to such
r;CtIi set bfy Sir Ceil Rhodes. The success-ppati:cmu
stimxtted fcniae r ett xodUi tunity to subscribe for the offial po homores as take aticmps
tu"candidates are sent to Oxford Un-
versity in England for further educa- yearbook of the University of Michi- activities.
~Press)vsit3n t Eenldfofuther edue- gan. Subscription tables will be Questioned as to his opinion on the
Press tonightonwithout expene to themselves placed in University hal, the- engi- adoption of such a plan for the Uni-
though toight Competitive examinations, employ-
nation's vast ed in previous years, have been done neering arch, the law building, the versity of Michigan, James I. McClin-
r- medical building, and near the Li- tock, '21L, managing editor of the'
idle as a re away with, and under the present rutl- brary monogram. These tables will Michigan Chimes, said, "I believe the
ands of non- over the merits of the applicants and be attended by staff meniebrs of the idea of awarding 'activities buttons'
work and in the selection is made on the basis of publication from 8 to 5 o'clock daily. to those sophomores who really are
re contracts scholarship, athletic ability, and per- . Materlais Cost More doing campus work would be a good
on iminers re- sonality. Although the cost of materials go- one. It would, however, be necessary
Figures com- ing into the Michiganensian have in- to set a high standard for the work
I chiey upon creased more than 50 per cent over done. Awarding these buttons indis-J
altiougl; in h previous books, the 1920 yearbook will criminately, to every Tom, Dick and
b the opera- ' sell for $4.50, an increase of but 30 Harry who might come out and occa-
20 men were per cent over former years. This is sionally do something, but who didt
H PA II 1..[ made possible through the decision not give his time permanently to any
eeted of the Board in Control of student activity, would work mire harm than 1
ts the strike publications to endeavor to make no good.'
'1,000 MARK AIJEADY PASSED; OR profits on the present volume. '3 MIlar Endorses PlanG
's with large GANIZATIONS DISPOSE OF MANT All surplus so gained will be spent Bruce Millar, '20, managing editor
Pennsylvania, OF 8,750 TICKETS on a larger number of engravings, of the Michiganensan, also endorsed
iniaistill oper- .student and professional art, increas- the plan. He said, "If awarded only
,r normal and Ticket sales for =e Band Bounce 'ie, xnd better binding, In short :to deserving sophomores, 'activities
ler fields also are progresing very.favorably accord- It will be devoted to the issuing of a buttons' should act as a stimulus to y
itract miners, ing to W. R. Harrison, '21E, chairman yearbook worthy of the University of bring sophomores out for campus n
duction could of the ticket compiittee. Although Michigan of-10,000 students. work;"
the campaign is not fully under way, No Extra Copies Reed Bachman, '20, managing editor
trike was All he estimates that at least 1,000 have Subscription terms as announced by of the Gargoyle, expressed himself as e
turday, a vir- been sold to date. A large share of Dewey Fagerburge,'21L, business man- highly in favor of the idea. "It is b
ining regions, the 3,750 tickets, placed on sale at ager, are $2 down to reserve a copy during the sophomore year that Mich- "
a United Mine the fraterIty and sorority houses and with the balance of $2.50 to be paid ig n men are given their first oppor- p
enot be fully the book stores, have already been upon the receipt of the book next tunity to engage actively in campusd
perators said., disposed of. Many tickets were sold April work. Much of this work is neces- i
thousands of at yesterday's game. . , Attentipn is called' to the fact that sarily on the order of drudgery, and
roducing. coal One person will handle the tickets (Continued on Page EIght) , carries with it no type of recogni- 6
ough conced- ia each fraternity and sorority house. --tion. This fact is naturally discour A
he strike was The following men have been appoint- 're Jf aging and any type of recognition
.ed by Chairman Harrison: E. A. ,iners W ron , , which might be given such a sopho- A
I in most in- Kruger, '21E; D. H. Decker, '22E; Am ore should be given. It would stim-C
was virtuallyJohn Maden, '22E; R. B. Marshall, ' r1day ulate secon year men to come out
roughout the '21E; R. Persing, '23; S. M. Brown, and work, and would let the class b
'3 . Ubley, '28; F. Tenant," '23E;
That the government should emplo 'know who among them are workers." A
Sterni, '23; A.; Collinson, '23; and R. G. A
Vtern '2E; eorge 'rg; 'n2.G every legal means in its power to Johnson Sees Objections
Instut n Scn 21E; ere Mo'E prevent the cutting off 'of the . na- Carl E. Johnson,'20, president of the
- Instructions' William Shnk'21E; Pierce McLouth, tion's food supply is the opinon of Studen't council, saw objections to the t]
.tttrney Gen- TE ia er Gmarsholt, c1E. nProfessor lFriday of the Economics plan, and difficulties in it. "You would n
ad States 'at- Te highwater mark of the campaign department. be putting'the sophomores on a plane -
trict awhen sales will be made on the cam- "The day of such barbarism as the distinctly by themselves," he said.Q
nistricts and pus in an effort to ill ill auditorium attitude of the coal miners as gone (Conti ued on Page Eight)
concerted ac-p naneortoflHl udtrm ,by, and civilization should be past the r
a persons" to to capacity. Chicago alumni' have.badcvlztonsol eps h
so t plan d abig U. of M. smoker Fr ay stage of that sort of thing," said Pro- ZIONISM WILL BE
>orting pro- evening and the bandwill feature on fessor Friday. "President Wilson is
g or dealve the and will give a perfectly right in doing all he can LEVINE'S SUBJECT E
concert at Fort Harrison. to prevent mine shutdowns.
"That any group, either labor or Captain L Levine, professor of law
ation of the ISSUES CALL FOR STUDENTS employer, should have the right sim- at th University of Detroit, will speak
Strpos amed WHO HAVE SERVED AT MASS ply because of the favorable time of on "Zionim" at 71:30 tonight in Lane e
to pr eventyear to take advantage of the public hall. His career has been a varied i
idle coal in this way, is inconceivable. I don't one and he has but recently returnedt
leadership. The Rev. Fr. M. P. Bourke has re- know the exact merits of the work- from the Peace conference, where he tl
eneral Palm- quested Catholic students, who are ers' case, though I have felt with,.a was serving as an attache.t
l'Ill in the accustomed to serving mass, to remain great many other people that the min- Winning a scholarship, he attended s
. Each side in the Chapel after the 10 o'clock ers are getting pretty fair wages. Harvard law school, from which heIt
for the other mass this morning to make arrange- However that.'may be, the time has was graduated with high honors inJ u
ments for the coming winter months. come when the individual right of 1917. He was immediately offered a f
A .schedule for servers will be ar- any class must no longer be ons
oho logranged. at that time. aycasms olne ecm professorship at Detroit,_ but remain-
owhow long rstrued to permit public disaster. ed in this xcapacity but a few weeks q
t officials in "As to the legal side of the case, before enlisting in the army.a
for meeting Police Seize Anarchistlc Literature I can't give an opinion. Of course the Work at the Peace conference call-
30 days at New York, Nov. 1.-Two printing mere moral effect of urging by the ed him to Palestine in connection with
establishments where alleged anarch- president and the secretary of labor matters bearing on. the Palestine,
1 statements istic circulars were being printed were. should have considerable influence, question. It is from his observations m
cials gener- ,raided today by the police, who ar- but as to actual methods of force, the while there that his talk tonight will G
let mtters rested two men on charges of Crim- lawyers would have to settle what deal, and with his views on the ZionistR
Sunday. .inal anarchy. authoritly the government may have.' outlook today. P

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-ISHOP TO SPEAK
ATUNION SERVICE
Bishop Theodore S. Henderson, res-
ident bishop of the Detroit area of the

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Methodist church, will speak at the
second Sunday evening Union service
to be held at 7:30o'clock this even-
gin Hill auditorium. "The Rein-
forcement of Religion" will be the
subject of Bishop ,Henderson's ad-
dress.
Mr. Earl V. Moore will play the or-
gan prelude and postlude, and it is
requested that the congregation arrive
promptly at 7:30 in order that no dis-
turbance be made during the playing
of the organ. Mr. and Mrs. William
Wheeler will sing a duet, "Love Di-
vine," and the Rev. L. A. Barrett is
to read the scripture lesson.
TRY-OUTS COMPTiD
FO r DEBITING,; SQUAD0

NOLVERINE TOUC
LAST QUARTER OF
LANE AND PEYT
FOR EVANSTON
Maize and Blue Fiish
of the Famous 14-18
-in 1916

In the most dramatic grid
witnessed on Ferry field
famous 1916 come-back o
cuse, Michigan conquered
ern yesterday by a margin
After experiencing three
victory over the Maize and
invading Purple was swej
feet in the closing nine m
play and sent home with a
sight into Wolverine dete
Led by Captain Goetz, whc
challenged as the individ
sive star of the game, the
team fought to a finish whi
ed two touchdowns and a
triumph.

ALPHA NU LAST SOCIETY
CHOOSE ITS..CONTESTANTSl
VARSITY TEAM

TO
FOR

With the choosing of six represen-
tatives from Alpha Nu Friday night
the list of tryouts for the. Varsity de-
bating' team has been completed.
Adelphi chose its six delegates last
week while Athena, the girls' debating
club Tuesday night,
Among the successful contestants
are four former University debaters:
Earl W. Dunn, '22L, W. P. Sanford,

Lack Final Pu
During three complete
the greater part of the
eleven threatened repeat(
ed the final scoring punc
duet which blazed ironic
Wolverine total column,
'ance in the third period
through Brightmire's fur
covery behind 'his own p
mentim e C ."nar ha

'Z, Carl'Brriddt '2L^and 1A. Jen-
nings, '22L, of Leland Stanford uni-
versity.
The first elimination contest, ac-
cording to Prof. T. C. Trueblood, will
e held Friday or Saturday of next
week, at which time the squad will
probably be reduced to 12. Each can-
didate will be allowed eight minutes
n .which to present his argument.
Following are the successful candi-
[ates: From Athena, I. Victoria
Adams, '22L, Anna McGurk, '20, Ida
Mines, '20, Elizabeth Gratton, '20, and
Annabel Adriance, '20; from Adelphi,
Urossley Kelsey Guilfoil, '21L, Oscar
Brown, '21, Simon Shelzer, '21, Gur-
augh and W. P. Sanford, '20; from
lpha Nu, Earl Miles, D."A. Watt, '21,
C. L. Benner, W. P. Connell, '21, D.
Underwood, and Earl Boxell; from
,he Law school, Earl Dunn, I. A. Jen-
ings, Turner M. Rudesill, '21L, Wynn
3laisdeil, '21L, Jack Gashkin, '22L, C.
d. Youngjohn, '22L, and George C.:
uinnell, '22L.
Alpha Nu also chgse two alternates,
'1. Wise, '21, and D. R. Fitzpatrick;.
NTRANCE TO UNION IN FUTURE
TO BE BY MEMBERSHIP CARD
Doorkeepers will be placed at both
ntrances to the Union Sunday morn-
ng, their instructions being to admit
o the building only those who show
heir membership cards. This is done
o 'protect the privilege of member-
hip which has been greatly abused
his year, and the rule will be contin-
ed until the door men learn the
aces of the members.,
Members and their ladies are re-
uested to enter by the side entrance
t all times.
Yudgentich Recaptured Ropcha
London, Nov. 1.-A war office com-
unication issued today says that
eneral Yudgentich has recaptured
opcha, about 25 miles southwest of
'etrograd.

VY S L1 ai AlLU
to 2 gracing the
quarter jubilee
time to save ti
Michigan suppc
spair. Goetz a
in blocking Lai
his own line ani
the ball for a
kicked the goal
With 12,000 '
and 11 uniforme
Northwestern mi
toboggan. The
a fresh host,
Koehler, failed
ple. A pass fro
second 'successfi
placed the ball
tance, and Spa
for the second s
tdrned the. tide

worthy of it
ously clever.
ited his s'

longer Purple gains
brilliant open field'1
prevented what wol
disastrous second tc
big dusky visitor. I
the Bernard twins
all. co-operated towE
Evanston victory.

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ly f

left
had

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bu
,ns
1 at

ersall a suggesti
ern selections.
Magrath filled
end in a manner
permanent emplo
a satisfactory se
problem. Dunne
formed a second
Michigan defense

no formal
Lers. Ofi
:lined to
vere.over

etrograd

N.

)n account of the unusual demand for Minnesota Tickets it is necessary for the Athletic Association to re
nt applications, properly filled out and accompanied by Coupon 5, be in offices of Athletic Association not 1
Thursday, November 6th, 1919, to receive consideration in order of classes. The rapidity with which the
sold out makes it necessary for the Association to place reservations of all male students in the cheering section of the North Stand, when unaccompanied by purchased tic
ept in the case of graduate students and seniors.
ie belief that the Block "M" would be displayed has resulted in an unprecedented demand for tickets in the South Stand. There will be no Block "M" at the Minnesota g
tyone who has not sent in his Athletic Coupon No. 5 can apply to the Athletic Association in the Ann Arbor Press Building for assignment as usher, for which service a fee

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