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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1919.,

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University To Hold Referendum
Vote On Treaty Of Peace Jan. 13

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Action taken by the Student council it is the intention of the committee in
at the Meeting last night resulted in charge to take only one ballot in
adoption of a plan to take a referen- which both will be included.
dum vote of the faculty and student The committee whicrl was appoint-
opinon on the treaty of peace. ed consists of F. J. Petty, '21, chair-
A telegram from Frederick P. Ben- man; C. E. Bottum, '20E, W. W. Hin-
edict, edlpor-in-chief of the Columbia shaw, '20, Pierce McLouth, '21E, and
Spectator, asking that the University David Nash, '20. A meeting to formu-:
of Michigan hold such a vote on Jan. late more definite plans will be held
,13, has been received by President at- 3 o'clock today. Carl Johnson, '20,
Harry B. Hutchins and has been an- president of the Student council, is
swered in the: affirmative. an ex-officio.mexiber of the committee.
Endorsed by College Heads Class Constitution Accepted
The proposed plan has the endorse- The class constitution which has
ment of an advisory committee con- been under consideration for some
sisting of Presidents Hadley of Yale, time was accepted and will -be sub-
Lowell of Harvard, Hibben of Prince- mitted to the different classes for
ton, and Butler of Columbia. Accord- adoption.Although some discussion on
ing to this plan a vote would be taken the matter of the J-hop chairmanship
separately of the faculty and the took place it was left over without-any
student body, but at the present time action being taken.

ng to attend the affair,
working basis for pro-
>ths and tickets.
who are certain of go-
gl up, so that the list
be as accurate a pos-
tickets will be given
1 applicant, but those
he straw vote will be
erence. The* hop com-
et every Tuesday after

GUSTAFSON, '21E,
To EDIT TECHNIC
Theodore R. Gustafson, '21E, was
appointed managing editor of the
Michigan Technic to succeed F. W.
Parsons, '20E, at the thirty-second'an-
niversary staff banquet of the Mich-
igan Technic held Wednesday evening
in the Michigan Union. William R.
harrison, "21E, was appointed to suc-
-eed W. F. Tschaeche, '20E, as busi-
ness manager.
At the banquet Prof. E. M. Bragg
awarded to the staff members the fobs,
gold ones to the members who have
worked for fwo years and bronze ones
.to members giving one year's service.
. T. R. Gustafson, '21E, was the toast-
master at the banquet. The speakers
at the dinner were, Dean M. E. Cooley,
Prof. J. E. Emswiller, Prof. E. M.
Bragg, F. W. Parsons, '20E, W. F.
Tschaeche, '20E, and W. R. Harrison,
'21E. The Michigan Technic is pub-'
lished by the engineering college and
prints four issues annually.
'THREE LIQUOR LAW
* SEIZED
Large Amount of Whiskey and Wine
Hauled to City
Jail
FOURTH MAN TAKEN RELEASED
FOR INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE

TREATY FIGHT MI
BE RE-OPENED
SENATE SOON, S
EXPRESSIONS DURING DE
INDICATE RENEWED
INTEREST
SUGGESTIONS FOR r
SOLUTION VARY WIU
Discussion Reflected Private Op
of Many Senators; P~redict
Action Soon
(By Associated Press)
,Washington, Dec. 17.-Expre
that seem to point toward a r
ing of the peace treaty fight wi
few days were voiced on the
floor today during consideration
railroad bill.
The debate included opinions
virtually all factions of the d
,senate membership, but they all
a note of conciliation differing
ly in their suggestions for a sol
They stood together on the g
proposition that politics ought
forgotten and that the senate
independent of executive opinon
to do something to establish a
peace.
The discussion reflected the ti
negotiations which have been in
ress privately among senators f
agreement that would get the qu
finally out of the way. Some
leadera nredicted. some formal

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DAIL1Y ANNOUNCES STAFF
FOR ENSUING QUARTER
Because of a ruling of the Board in
Control of Student Publications that
appointments to the staff sall be
for a period of not more than three
months, the Editor announces the ap-
pointment of the fllowing, effective
Jan. 1, 1920:
Mark K. Ehlbert, assistant manag-
ing editor; C. M. Campbell, city edi-
tor; J. P. Hart, sports editor; Mar-
guerite Clark, woman's editor; Joseph
A. Bernstein, telegraph. editor.

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R0 UT vC. UENROLLMENT
DOUBLED, AY RTU
"The enrollment of the R. 0. T. C.
at the University of Michigan has more
than doubled during the past month,"
is the official report as forwarded to
the War Department by Col. Robert
Arthur.
"The men join because they see that
it is their duty to do so," said Colonel
Arthur. "We have men with no
training whatever,. men with prep
school experience, S. A. T. C. and R.
0. T. C. men. Those who have served
in this country and even those who
saw service in France are' repre-
sented."
. The following figures show the en-
rollment to date by classes and
branches of service selected, being, re-

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Signal spectors of the State Food and 'Drug

will be attended by Prof. William H. Waldo, exchange editor; Hugh Hitch-
Hobbs, of the geology department, and cock, campaign editor; Renaud Sher-
the following men from the minerol- wood, efficiency editor.
>gy department: Prof. E. W. Kraus, Issue Editors
Prof. Walter F. Hunt, Chester B. Slaw- Thornton Sargent, Jr., Thomas H.
3o1 , and Lewis S. Ramsdell. Profes- Adams, Brester Campbell, Edgar L.
sor Hobbs will read three pape-3 to- Rice, George Brophy, john .I Dakin.
:ore the association on the folloWin; Editorial Staff
subjects: "Calcination Volcanocz:," Lee M. Woodruff, J. E. Johnson, L.
"The Extremes of Glacial Erosion," A. Kern. William H. Riley, Paul G.
and "The Michigan Meteor of Nov. Weber, G. E. Clarke, R. W. Wrobleski,
26." I Samuel Lamport, Anna McGurk, Wine-

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Project New Society
The men from the minerology de-
partment are going with thie object
of organizing a Minerological Society
of America. Professor Kraus has
- been active for two years in,the work
of starting this organization, and ex-
pects to see the \completion of the
work with this year's meeting of the
Geological society. The society, ac-
cording to Professor Kraus, will be
entirely independent of the Geological
society, having its own paper, offices
and organization. He has been work-
ing for the past year formulating-the
constitution which will be presented
to the first meeting of the new associa-
tion.
Professor Kraus stated that the
Michigan representatives. will request
that the following organizations hold
their conventions at Ann Arbor next
s year: The Geological Society of Am-
n erica, the Mineralological Society of
o America',the Palentological Society of
is America'and the Association -of Amer-
y ican Geographers.
.e Professors Carl. 0. Sauer, A. G.
e Rutlven, and Frank Leveret, of the1
- geography department, will attend the,
is annual meeting of the Association of
American Geographers at St. Louis.
0 Professor Sauer will give a paper on
"The Geographic Factors in the Dis-
d tribution of Animals" and Professorf
d Ruthven will speak on "Economic
y Problems of the Ozark Highlands of
d Missouri."
y Nine To History Convention
n The meeting of the American His-
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Tau Sigma Delta Elects Members
n Four architects were elected intot
- Tau Sigma Delta, honorary Architec-4

fred Biethan, Dorothy Monfort, Minnie
Muskatt, Robert C. Angell, Robert D.
Sage, Thomas J. Whinery.
Business Staff
James Rawlings, R. W. Lambrecht,
R. K. Corwin, Robert 0. Kerr, Isabelle
Farnum, Agnes -Holmquist, Maynard
Newton, J. Gordon Hill, D. P. Joyce,
Robt. Somerville, Arthur L. Glazer,
F. M. SHeath.
'21 Z Celebrates'
World 'sDemise

-80 42 11
Total enrollment-133.
This number is being increased
daily, one reason being that sopho-
mores are eligible for a commission,
provided they enter at once.
15 MAKE MEDICAL
HONOR FR ATFRNITY
Alpha .Omega Alpha, medical honor
fraternity, held its annual Fall ini-
tiation banquet Wednesday evening
at thi Union. Five stnior medical
students were offi ially admitted to
membership. The initiates were G.
F. Moore, R. E. Boice, H. G. Waller,
J. Palma, and F. H. Bushby.
'Dr. J. S. Van Zwaluwenburg, of the
medical faculty, acted as toastmaster
at the banquet. Other speakers were,
* Dr. G. Carl Huiber, Dr. Howard Cum-
mings, Dr. J. W. Sherrick, and Dr. L.
Kingery.

department co-operating with the
sheriff were released under $4,000 bail,.
each after arraignment before Justice
John D. Thomas yesterday afternoon.
Sebastian Neff, 439 Third street,.Don-
ald Wilson, an employe of the Motor
Products company, and William R.
Wilson, Jr., are the men released on
flail. Barnabas Doman, 634 Brooks
street, was not held, because of in-
sufficient evidence.
Big Haul of Liquors
Large quantities of whiskey, wine.
and home-brew, It is alleged, were
gathered in the haul, and the barrels,
kegs, and cases of the illicit liquor
were brought to the jail by motor
truck.
The raids were made simultaneously
so that no "leaks" or advanced in-
formation might reach the bootleg-
gers. Investigations have been going
on for some time. The work of pro-
curing evidence and.laying traps has
been done quietly but steadily by
agents of the State Food and Drug de-
partment acting with the sheriff. The
result is that arrests have been made
charging these men with complicity
in the handling, manufacture, or sale'
of spirituous liquor.
May Receive Year Sentence
If the men in question are convicted
'they will be subject to a maximum:

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Ah! Make me a reporter again for
one night, or a junior engig~eer. How
she could dance-but hist!
This must' be kept quiet!
~ A hundred engineers anticipating
,the end of the world celebrated 'the
expected public demise .by staging a
little informal smoker in the dining
room of the Union. With blinds low-
ered and doors locked, the engineers,
gased intently through. the smoke-
fogged room at flashing, twisting,
Fatima.
But this is enough. Let an unsoph-
isticated reporter say "that a good
time was had by all" and that the next
smoker will have to be staged in the
Labor temple or in some open air
theater that will hold the multitudes.
STUDENTS BESIEGE STATION
FOR RAILROAD PASTEBOARDS

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WOMEN'S LEAGUE MAKES
PLANS FOR VACATION FUN
Plans for the Christmas activities
of the Women's league were formu-
lated at a meeting of the committee
held at 7 o'clock last night at lIrtha
Cook dormitory. A Christmas party
will be given Monday afternoon for
all' University women who are plan-
Wing to remain in Ann Arbor during
Christmas vacation. Games, dancing,
singing, marshmallow roasts and
many other interesting things are
planned by the committee.
Other functions to follow will be a
sleighride party, skating party, pro-
gressive party, a leap-year party, and
many other interesting diversions.
FORMER FERRIS INSTITUTE

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That the Coming summer sa
term will witness the heaviest en
ment in the history of the Unive
is the prediction made by Prof. F
Kraus, dean of the Summer ses
To meet this expected increase i
tendance, preparations are being :
accordingly by the Regents and
mer school officials.
Professor Kraus advances se
reasons in regard to the looked fo
crease of summer term students.
great gain in students attending
regular sessions this fall is take
an indication of a huge enroilmen
coming summer. Approximately
students were enrolled in the
Summer session, an increase c
per cent over the figures of 1918
Expect 500 Increase
The steady growth in the nun
of students attending summer t
previous to 1918is also reason for
pecting a large enrollment, in
Professor Kraus stated that an
'crease of ever 500 students over
enrollment of 1919 is looked for.
As in the case of Michigan, sun
schools in the larger colleges thro
out the country are also expected t
well attended. This seems to be :
casted now by the present' sei
shortage of 100,000 teachers in
United States. "Many persons
been permitted to teach this 'yea
special limited certificates," said
fessor Kraus,J'because of the shor
of teachers."
Summer Session Required
".These teachers," he continued, '
be required to attend some sun
session in order to be certified
teachers next fall. Some, of Jt
teachers will come to Michigan
summer. The fact that teachers'
aries have been quite generally
creased will tend to permit school
thorities to insist on better prep
teachers. Already many school
tems are requiring summer stud
order that their teachers may be
ible for promotion."
Wenley Addresses Tau Beta P
Prof. Robert M. Wenley spoke to
Tau Beta Pi society at its fortnig
dinner held Wednesday evening in
Michigan Union.
Forestry Club Hears Professor I
Services rendered by forester
the late war formed the keynote of
address by Prof. Filibert Roth, of
forestry department, at the last
holiday meeting of the Forestry
held last night in the a tural

fine of $1,000 and one-
ment under the state

year imprison-
laws. Those

ly plac
n $20.0

convicted under federal law of trans-
porting liquor into the state or man-
ufacturing it, are liable to a much
stronger penalty.
NOMINATE OFFICERS
FOR SPANISH CLUB
Permanent organization of La So-
ciedad Hispanica was effected at the
meeting held Tuesday evening, Dec.
16. .A constitution was adopted and
the following officers nominated: for
president, Gail Rush, '21, Stuart Fras-
er, '22, Octave Antonio, '21; for vice-
president, Margaret Barlow, '20, Edna
Daskam, '20, Margaret Fullerton, '20,
Dorothy Baisley, '22; for secretary,
Dorothy Jones, '20, Dorothy Baisley,
'22, Constance H'opkin, '20, Margaret
Barlow, '20; for treasurer, William D.
Lymperis, '21E, Gail Rush, '21, Ed-
ward C. Earhart, '22E, Thomas S.
Maynard, '21. The election will be
held at the first meeting in Janu-
ary.
At the meeting Tuesday night Mr.
Stephen Scatori of the Spanish de-
partment, Jaime A. Baucis, '21, and
Herminia Guzman. '20. aversnnech-

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ty hospital. tural fraternity, at the fall ceremony.'
ed the use The men are J. Goodeyne, '21A, J. D.
afternoon Kenyon, '20A, R. MacMillen, '20A, S.
trees and E. Somppi, '20A. The men are chosen
to the hos- for their scholastic abilities from the
f the city. junior and senior classes of the arch-

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Doing Christmas shopping early may I STUDENTS ELECT OFFICERS
well be applied to the buying of rail-
road tickets as is illustrated by the Ex-members of Ferris Institute who
unprecedented congestion at the Mich- are in the University met at 4 o'clock
igan Central station. An average of Wednesday afternoon in University
more than 50 students are continually #hall for the election of officers and the
standing in line for their tickets and appointment of a committee on ar-
It is practically impossible to get rangements. Officers elected were:
sleeping reservations on the trains de- *G. E. Bigge, '21; vice-president, H. C.
sired. Devereaux, '22; secretary, Marguerite
Students who have as a rule bought Clark, '21; treasurer, A. Borsum, '23.
their tickets late are advised to make The president appointed the follow-
immediate reservations' in order to ing committee on arrangements,.C. D.
avoid, as much as possible, the last Banks, '21,' Bertha Wright, '21, and
mnutes n tin, at4 *al) 'Mr nrTi Y1 err

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