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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1919.

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FRESHMAN WOMEN
.GUESTS AT SPREAI

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6.--Athletic direcors
ersities today adopt-
football schedule for
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ota' at Northwestern,
go.
ana at Minnesota,
Wisconsin, Iowa g.t
at Ohio State.
s at Michigan, Iowa;

Japanese decorations and favor
changed the gymnasium and societ
rooms of Barbour gymnasium into
true oriental scene for the larger
freshman spread ever given by th
sophomore class to their freshman si
ters.'
The guests of honor were escorte
by junior and sophomore girls. Afte
they had passed down the receivin
lines, the grand march was forme
led by Norma Judson, '22, chairma
of the freshman spread committee,
Carolyn Napier, vice-president of th
sophomore class; Frances Ames, '23
chairman of the freshman social com-
mittee, and Margaret McIntyre,'vice
president of the freshman class.
The line of march led into a giganti
"M," and then broke into couples fo
dancing to the strains of Phil Dia
mond's orchestra. Dancing continue
until 12 o'clock.
The chaperones were Dean Jordan
the wives of all the deans of the Un
iversity, and women teachers on the
campus.
500 HIGH SCHOOLS T1O
GET MICHIGANENSIANS
SPORTS EDITOR PLANS PACES OF
INTEREST TO PREP
ATHLETES

Indiana,
State at

Plays 0. S. U.
western at Iowa, Wis-
sota; Illinois at Chi-

t Iowa, Purdue
is at Wiscon-
an.
at Minnesota,.
Indiana at
Illinois.
e Dame

Serving as. silent salesmen for the
University of Michigan, the life le
by her 10,000 students, the opportuni
ties she offers, her traditions, and her
ideals, 500 copies of the 1920 Michi
ganensian will reach by May of 1920
approved high schools of the state and
many of the larger high schools of the
ountry.
Secretary' Closes Order

ce
at

games

or the opinion tnat tne
has not lived up to the
ng former members of
es football team last
way' director, however,
would be for one year

GIVE
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The order for the volumns, which
was approved by the Regents at their
last meeting, was closed yesterday by
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
University, and Dewey F. Fagerburg,
'22L, business manager of the Michi-
ganensian. Emmerson Swart, '22E,
sports editor, in handling the 85
pages to be devoted to athletics this
year, will give considerable space to
the history of Michigan's sports, her
coachi'ng system, and information es-
pecially interesting to high school se-
niors, or prospective college ath-
letes.
Art Editor Makes Offer
To the student submitting the best
idea which can be employed in draw-
ings for the senior, junior, sophomore,
and fieshmen sections of the 1920
Michiganensian, Reed Bachman, '20,
art editor, offers a free copy of the
yearbook with the winner's name
stamped in gold on the front cover.
To be applicable, it must be possible
.to embody some phase of the general
idea for the drawing in all four draw-
ings. Conti tants should address all
letters to Art Editor, 1920 Michigan-
ensign.

JENKINS' RELEASE
MA U NOT CONFIRMEDU.S i. WILL NOT AUVANbL PRICESTO
r Washington, Dec. 6.-The state de-r
yO PERA ORCHESTRA-partment was tonight awaiting further CRO IVII1 OAL'dIRIIE [U L h
a information whether Mexico has real-
st Director Discounts Rumors That Cast ly complied with the request of the
Ready fr T rs- United States in releasing William .
s Will Not Sl Readg flr Th{rs- Jenkins, the American consular agent, ______C______N_
day Performance whose imprisonment at Puebla brought
d. relations between the two govern- PLANTS WILL GET PARTIAL SUP. HINES URGES AVOIDANCE '0OF
r SEATS GO ON SALE AT BOX ments to a critical pass. PLY OF POWER TO FINISH TRAVEL DURING COAL
g OFFICE TOMORROW MORNING Press dispatches that the release WORK ON HAND EMERGENCY
d, was accomplished only after ball had
n Prof: Earl V. Moore, in charge of been furnished were not confirmed in MAY BE FOLLOWED BY GARFIELD "SICK AND
the music for the Michigan Dramatic official advices to the state depart OTHER RESTRICTIONS TIRED" OF PROPOSALS
thwui o h ent which said that~ Jenkins had re- - -.
3, society's production of the opera com- ported himself entirely ignorant of the
- ique "Red Feather," announiced the manner in which he was liberated and Detroit Edison Company Has Received Governor's Appeal for Big Faetories
=° following orchestra last night., that he was making an investigation Less Than 4 Per Cent of Coal Referred to R. $. Adminis.
List Incomplete on his own account. Shipments Made tratio
First ,violins-H. Herman, '21; A. Upon the answer to this question
- . d , E nseems to hinge whether the sharp dip- As a result of an order from Dr. , Washngton, Dec. 6.-The coal strike
M. Friedman, '21E; second v lEns lomatic correspondence on the sub- H. A. Garfield, U. S. fuel administra- cannot be compromised with the con-
violaso-Capt. Wilfred Wilson; James Ject i'to be renewed or the incident tor, received by the Detroit Edison sent of the federal government in any
vilsCp.WlrdWlo;Jmspermitted to pass into history. Mean- receved-y.t- fashion-that will mean an advancei
,Comin, '21; cello-Dr. M. E. Wier; htop tnrlaeis~ company Friday, the Hoover Steel fsir htwl eaan ac n
,Co ,'2;cloD.ME.We;while the fat of the release itself ap- cmayFiateHoe te the price of coal, Fuel dministrator
. bass-Robert Gordon, School of Mus- parently has relieved much of the Ball company, the Motor Products Garfield declared tonight. Stating that
e ic; flute-Hugo Pruch.er, '21L. tension of Mexican affairs both at the co'mpany, the Steel Forge Products h was "sick and tired of proposals
Clarinets-C. H. Harbst, '20E E H. S state department and in the senate, company, and the Ann Arbor Machine to make the people bear additional
Shra,'1;W .See,'2;where uesiesover recent devel- burdens."
cornets-F. B. Thomas, '22; D. J. Hil- uneasrness a deten d coppany were closed at midnight last b r els."
tie, e-181; orn-Pery Masnopments had producedadetindD.'rfldsdthfu'amns-
er, ex-'18P hornsPerr movement to ask for a severance of night for an indefinite length of tration alone had the authoritydtoin-
'21;. W. R. Lyons, '22E; trombone- diplomatic relations. time., crease coal prices necessary-to pay
D H. F. Stotzer, '20Lst _____ibityitMilling Company Exempt wages in 'excess of the 14 per cent
etotetis impossible atpresentlgiveutThe Detroit Edison company 'was in- proposed by the government. So long
a complete list of the musicians. CHOSEN structed to allow the local plants one- as he was fuel admiistrator, he said,
Cast Progressing fifth of their normal supply of pow- no advance in the price to the con-
rtr Prodsin r 111T1 theflDer in order that they may finish the dumer for this purpose would be al-
E. Mortimer Shuter, producer ,of the lowe. ""he cbine stadsubskio
opera said last night, "Contrary to tuework' now going on, after which time lowed. "The cabinet stands back of
prevalent rumors tiat "Red Feather" the power will be shut off entirely. me on the principle involved," Dr.
will. not be ready to be staged by WHITE, '10, AND TAPPING, ', The only local concern which is not Garfield added.
e Thursday, I- may say that this opera AWARDED MEDALS entirely curtailed by the order is the Hears Business Men
d stands more nearly perfection today ' FOR WORK Michigan Milling company. The fuel administrator's statement
- than "Come On, Dad" did a like time This order is looked upon by those was made ater a day spent in hear-
r before .its premier performance last ' (Special to The Daily) , who are studying the coal situation as ing compromise proposals from de-
year e its p m enef rm n e l s S ecl oCThe Dail ), the first of a series of drastic steps gations of business m en and others
yea. r d" g Urbana, Ill., Dec.~.-F. K~ Church, to be taken by the government for the from various parts of the country.
Seats for "Red Feathor" will go on '14, a prominent figurein Michiga nservation of fuel. The order a Compromise proposals. Dr. Garfield
sale at the, box office of the Whitney Journalism, was elected national pres.si ets all business places and fate adhe regarded as "a money wrenh
d theater Monday morning, but mail or- ident of Sigma Delta Chi journalistic not operatin for esnti factories.
btnot operating for essentiapurposes. thrown into machinery," which he be-
ders wil be filled as they are resei- fraternity at its national convention at Lights Restricted lieves will operate to adjust the stu-
ed even after that time., the university of Illinois, This applies first of all to 'the first ation with justice both to the public
Wins Big Honors five uses of the fuel administration's and the mine workers.
The Chester C. Wells memorial rPrdnrtion Inrin
h: U iEM MBlS mdl aadda ahcneto priority list published in 1918'a4d "to 1,d lOIIcraig ,
r medals awarded at each convention factories preparing or . disributing Discussing restrictions in the use
to the men adjudged to have done the food, fuel or necessary clothing not of coal, Dr. Garfield said that local
fIUh~f~T UNIO NniOHRmost for the fraternity since the last subject to a luxury tax." All electric differences in the severity of the appl-
convention were voted to Church and signs and display lighting will be re- cation of the curtailment orders soon
,Lee, A, White, '10. Harley Tapping, titd oinpitr haeswl would disappear under measures 'now
OFICIALS WILL EXPLAIN METH. 15, was elected to the executive coun- be allowed to run only ,one outside being taken by the railroad adminis-
S8 TO COMMITTEEMEN c.ligh. tration. He said furthe' that the pro-
ON MONJAY The feature on the program was the 4 2,000 Will Be Idle duction of coal had increased every
Saddress, Friday night, by Paul Scott "This order will throw about 2,000 day this week and indicated his be-
Mowrer, '08, at the banquet at the people out of work in this 'ity," said lief that a majority of miers would
Two thousand life memberships Inman hotel. Mowrer, who was chief Mr. H. S. Silvester general manager sooner or.clatter. accept the settle-
which at $50 would bring in a total of of European correspondents for the of the local office of twe Detroit Edi- ment measures which the union lead-
$100,000 is the goal set in the life Chicago Daily News during the war, sonr company, last night "This s re- ers have rejected.
membership drive, which the Union recounted some of his experiences in grettable, but cannot be helped. We Another step was taken today by the
will undertake Tuesday, Wednesday, reporting the' war, expect further restrictive orders will fuel administration to retrict coal
and Thursday of' this week. In the To Draw Up Code b issued but we don't know as yet conumption by resuming the fixed
course of the campaign, 3,755 stu- One of the important enactments what they will be." prices on coke established during the
dents wil be approached in an effort of the convention was the decision to Mr. Alex Dow, president of the De- .war period. Distribution of coke also
to raise money for the building. have drawn up a code of ethics for troit Edison company, received a tel- will be regulated.
200 Men to Solicit journalists, to be given universal cir-
Ten committees with a personnel of culation among newspaper men of the mi iay nNorth DakoifmMinersgr eetere
ministrator to the effect that if this'Mnot N.Dakota, Ders 6-Nothrn -
200 men will do the soliciting, each country. Petition from Cornell uni- order could not be made effective by 1'inot, N. Dak., Dec. 8.-North Da-
-an being given 20 men to see. To versity for establishment of a chapter co-operation, further enforcing orders kota lignite miners went to work to-
explain to these committeemen fhe there was granted. would follow. day under a wage scale calling for
methods and means of securing sub- No Effect oniOpera 14 per cent increase as suggested by
The local office of the Detroit Edi- the federal fuel adinirator.
at 6:.15 o'clock Monda night at the
Union. Carl Hogan, '20E, president YOUR PART IN THE son company was asked by the Michi
of the Union, and George Hurley '18I gan Union if this order would pre- Washington, Dec. 6.-Warning to the
oghenion , ane rg urle, 'teLn; SOLUTION OF THE vent the producing of the new opera, public that railway travel will be "dif.
general secretary, will speak, tellingrkA LET C PRQBI.EM "Red Feather," this week. So far no ficult and unsatisfactory" until the
sotf the csi feqorders. have been received to curtail coal strike emergency has passed
set for the drive. lights inside of theaters, butit is said and should be avoided whenever pos-
"If the students oversubsaribe the Intraural Athletic Director Mitch- that, in some cities, the theaters have sible was issued tonight by Director
been closed entirely and it is not General Hines of the railroad admin-
established quota, it will demonstratedellannounces that nearly 400 men known how soon this order may be Istration,
to the dubious alumni that the stu- participated this year in interclass and ' extended to cover Detroit and Its vi- Trains Removed
dent body is behind the Union and that interf!raternity football. The former inity.- Many trains are to be taken off"to
the men here are anxious to have the coach of the freshman eleven, who "This is a national calamity; it is conserve coal, parlor car servie is
building completed. If the alumni is highly capable of judging gridiron not local trouble by any means," said to be sharply curtailed and persons
rele htudntthisybuildisoncmen -so meidclars thatk theretewas
r Mr. Silvester. "We are ; in a crisis enforced to take journeys should con-
,the students, they will soon come for- some high class work exhibited on 1 -..,_- ttn rsniergadn uladsutaet st valbetan e

ward with ready cash, the thing that the part of these campus stars. a
we don't knowe when any relief will fore arranging their pla~ns, the state-
is now needed to complete the build- Many of them were of Varsity 'cali- be fond, kf the t y reieo com- me sai
irg and to equip the swimming pool bre,' he says; yet not one of those pany had received the coal consigned "The shortage of coal has reached
and reading room," said George Hur- whom he had in mind had reported to to it during the past two months we the point where it is vitally necessary
ley.- Coach Yost for a tryout. They fail- to tdrn h attomnh etepin hr ti taynesar
he.CahYs o atyu.Te al would have been able 'to run until to reduce passenger train service and
"The alumni need just such a thing ed to realize. that their services were summer. to call upon g the public to assume the
as oversubscription in this coming needed, or else they did not care to C Confscateuinconveniene and discomfort which
campaign to make them realize the stand the train4ng of a Varsity ath- Cars Confscated icon illina n taiM
cmpraine to mae Uthem ndthnlee "We had 407 'cars shipjped from the this action will inevitably entail," Mr.
impotanc ofthe Unin, ad ten lte.mines to us' since Dec. 1, but we have Hines said.
they will give us the needed money, There is little reason for this. Every received less than 10. The balance Schedules Active er. S.
as that which will be paid in on life Michigan man should be of service to have be sated and hippe Tchedules will
membeshpswil notbeefi te nin te nierity I h i god noghhave been confiscated and shipped The changes In train schedules will
mem'berships will not benefit the Union the University. If he is good enough elsewhere. etra ercie become effective in the western region
for some years, the student being able to try out for the Varsity football wordwh1c. Yesterday we received Deom 8; in the o estern region
to pay in five installments after grad- squad, he should be on hand at the these 130 were sated Th Dec. 9; and the eastern and Allegh-
nation," he concluded. ,xis ratc fth esn these 130- were also 'confiscated. The- e.9 n h atr n leh
first practice of the season.r r remaining 11 are now in the hands of any region on Dec. 10.
Micelepcstomk nrmrlthe fuel director and we do not know --
"Digitalis" to be Discussed athletics a big thing next year, in an fe wl e ale o t o
Dr. H. C. Hamilton, who is associat- effort to find out who is worthy of said. D tt De ssenson
edwt akDvs.adcmayVarsity rating. Those who are said. Detroit, Dec. 0.-A suspension of op-
ed with Parke, Davis and company sity ang. Th o who are Regent J. E. Beal of the University, erations next Monday by a score of
of Detroit, will lecture on "Digitalis" should answer the call ofwho was coal adminstrator for Ann Michigan industries was predicted to-
before the members of the Prescott e r Arbor during the war, stated yester- night by officers of the Michigan Man-
room 30 o'coc uesdy nigin day that he had sent in his papers ufacturers' association after a check-
room 303 of the Chemistry building. Kansas Students Plan Organization some time ago and had completely giv- ing up of4 fuel conditions throughout
Dean H. Kraemer of the pharmacy Students from the state of Kansas- en up his control of the coal situa- the state. Well over a. quarter of a
department desires particularly to will meet at 2:30 o'clock this after- tion here. At present, there is no million workers, they estimated, will
call the attention of pharmics, med- noon in the Union to organize a Kan- administrator-here, although in some be thrown into idleness early in the
ics, and dents to this lecture. sas club in the University. (Cntirnued o nPare im1aI4n mn a -i nnVi.M

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)f serious nature and of ed. The writer has treated the sub-
t to the campus will char- Ject thoroughly, and speaks as one in
3 December issue of the -a position who knows whereof she
-himes," which will be on talks. Among the other articles is one
Monday, according to one on the subject of "Mass Athletics,"
i of directors. , while another is an appeal for organ-
t Campus Thinking ized music and dramaics at Michigan.
as of the Gods," the second Two short stories are being print-
of articles on the present ed as a result of the demand for a
uation at Michigan, at- literary department. The board con-
>int out the primary causes ciders the stories to ,be of unusual
season just past, on the merit, dnd announces that the policy
review of the last eight of running at least one such story a
month will be continued, if the cam-
I that this article has been pus approves of it.
prepared, and should go Cover Innovation
up the situation in the The cover is believed to be an in-1
any. While two or three novation among Michigan publication
ye been suggested, the ar- covers. Breaking away from the usual
purposeis to set the cam- poster work, a familiar and timely
ing out its own solutions. campus scene is presented. It is hop-
of copies of this issue will ed to make this the first of a series
to alumni in order that, of local covers of a like nature.
a given a definite idea of Following out the original policy,
ual situation is here with there will be no public sale of the
thletics. # Chimes, allthough a few will be placed
iunication Included - + in the book stores for faculty sale. At
a past month contributions present the business staff is formu-
the Michigan men have lating a plan by which they expect to
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