Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 08, 1920 - Image 1

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1920-01-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.










Dr. C. 13. Stouffer, Homoeopathic
physician to the; University Health IN 0' TW NiIO
service, while visiting Dr. and Mrs.
C. C. Jordan Detroit, Monday Dec.
car crashed into the automobile in
which he was riding.
Dr. Stouffer's left eye was seriously WATERMAN GYM TOO SMALL FOR
injured by having the upper lid sever- BASKETBALL ENTHU-
ed from the bony vault beneath the SIASTS
brow and at one time. it was thought
that the eye was detroyed. The nerve FAVORED PLAN ALLOWS
running up,.over the head was also CHOICE IN /CONTESTS
Cut rendering that part of the scalp
paralyzed. His entire left shoulder
and side Rere badly crushed togeth- Athletic Board &nd Student Council
er with the upper right chest. The Worklng on eaus of Settling
odoctor was able to be removed to his Problem
home Saturday and is now under the
care of Dr. D). W. Meyers and Dr. W. In order to alleviate the difficulty
S. Mills. Dr. Myers stated Wednesday caused by the shortage of space in
that the eye could be saved if no furth- WAterman gymnasium, the executive
er complications result. committee of the Board In Control of
It is not expected that Dr. Stouffer Athletcs afid the Student council are
will be able to resume his work at trying to arrange a plan whereby the
the Health service before eight weeks. students of the University will be giv.
During his absence from duty, Dr. en the best opportunity to see the
Ritter will act in his place at the basketball games this year.
Health service. There is at present space for only
2;200 students to see the games. As
there are about 7,400 students in the
University who have coupon books, it
means that all the students will not
Ae able to see every game.
~Suggestions Discussed
Many suggestions have been discuss-
ed as to the best way to handle the
- tickets. It has been suggested that
To Take Referendum Ballet in Con- the first 2,200'"students to arrive at the
junction with Other gymnasium be allowed to enter, or that
Universities tickets be given out according to
classes, or that admission be charged:
WILL HOLD INFORMAL DE- to the games, or that a system be
worked out whereby students be al-
BATE AS PART OF PROGRAM lowed to, pick out their choice of two
Prof. J. R. Hayden of the political Although the Board in Control of
science department will be the'prin- Athletics has the technical right to.
charge admission to basketbali games
cipal speaker at the treaty of peace as the ruling-of the Bor& ofI.

Registration of those who plan to
attend the Hop will be held fromt 9:5o'lc NE[W EMQCRACtu
to 5:45 o'clock in the lobby of the
Union. This will also be continued
on Friday in order to give, all studentsATI,
&4 opportunity to indicate their inten-
tion of coming. t
Although this will not be used as
the final list from which the tickets SECRETARIES NOTICE
will be sold it will be referred to in
case the mail orders are too large. Fraternity secretaries in charge
Those registering will be asked to of obtaining names of prepara-
give their name, class and the num- tory school athletes will meet at
ber of years that they have been on 4:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon
the campus. on the third floor of the Union
All fraternities that ,intend having building. It is requested that all
house-parties at the time of the J- secretaries be pres nt.
Hop are requested by the. Hop com-
mittee to make arrangements as soon - -
as possible so that the committee may
know how pmany there will be.
All Men Interested In Cinder Sport ANGLE
fxpected to Attend Editor The Michigan Daily:
Assembly . Since the Great War we have begun
-! to realize that the conscription of pub-
FARRELL URGES CANDIDATES lie opinon, which limited discussion
TO START WORM IMMEDIATELY and gave an apparent unanimity to our
- support of the policies of government;
__has not been altogether a good thing.
It has left us without any general
VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE grasp of the issues of the peace, and,
at a time when popular opinon might
, Indoor? again be an effective force in. the de-
March 6--Iinots rela st Ur- termination of events, without good
h"'- a Ibasis for its formation. In the face of
March 14.-hicagi at Ann Ar this realization it may be. suggested
bor. that, if the athletic situation at Micht-
March. 20-Conference ,meet at gan is to be seriously considered,
1 Evanston4 thereshnuld he no limit.to the discus-

Program Includes Vocal and
Solos In Addition to
"The true spirit of prese
dIemocracy in America is more
ly emphasized and represented
modern library than in any oth
of our present institutions," R
R. Bowker, of New York, said a
cation services of the new g
Library, Wednesday afternoon i
Bowker Chief Speaker
The' subject of Mr. Bowker
dress was "The Library, Demc
and Research," and he brought
his speech the close relation of E
these to the other-t'wo. "Demo
Mr. Bowker stated, "has as its p
Mr. Bowker stated, has as its p
the well-being of all persons cc
ed, and in order to- best brio
about, democracy demands the
ices of persons best capable t
and solve the problems that i
the happiness and welfare of


enefitedl by endum ballet which is to be taken next
al required -'e
hall re alsd Tuesday in conjunction with all other
or, the ere. collegiate institutions in the country-
employed, Will ExplalU Proposition
ment. Professor Hayden will aim to give
rofits on its an explanation of the six propositions
f b on the ballet, showing he signifi-
,ded cance of each if adopted by congress.
ts sharein He will also give a resume of the
investment, action taken so far by congress, with
n which in .a discussion of the trend of the sen-
procures the ate debates. He ivil aim to prepare
securities students and faculty present for the
capital. nmore detailed discussion to take place
s its return later in the meeting end in the for-
uman effort ums to be held at the Union, as well
n the three as for the special articles which will
ocurds the appear, in The Daily.
in addition To Hold Debate
'share of all Earl W. Dunn, '22L, and Claude L.
an effect in Benner, '20, will condupt a discussion
on. in debate form of the six propositions.
tch ' should The arguments for both sides on
community, each issue will be presentd, and,, the

where, it is the opinion of the majori-
ty of the members of the board that it
would not be fair to the students to
charge admission..
Students Given Choice
The plan that seems to meet the
most favor with the students Is that
one whereby they will be given their
choice of tickets to, two games. It
seems to be concensus of opinion
among the members of the Board in
Control of Athletics that if this plan
was adopted, the non-transferable
ticket rule should be discontinued for
the basketball season. This -would
mean that if any student had a ticket
for a game and if he could not attend,
he might give it to some other stu-
Games in Pairs -
It, is probable that the six Confer-
ence games will be paired off so that
each student will be given a chance
to select one pair out of three. Days
will probably be set aside next week
for the students to go to the athletic
office and secure their tickets.
Further announcement as to \the
plan to be adopted by the students will
be made in The Daily later in the

April 24-.-a treWays - atPhil-
May 8-'1linois at Ann Arbor.
May 15-Chicago at Chicago.
May 22-Intercollegiate at Bos-
May 29--Eastern Intercollegiate
at Boston.
Jie 5-Conference meet at Ann


not preclude popular consideraton,
in which no one need participate
against his will.
Dlsusse Slogan
The campaign now conducted by or
througli the Daily, and such other
agencies as are available, has a fun-
damental idea on which rest all iti
suggestions for specific action. The
idea is that any one who supports
-thletics, and in particular advances
our prospects of football success, is
g serving the University. "Be of serv-
t ice" is the slogan of the campaign.
? Now this fundamental dogiha invites a
more cateful scrutniy than it has ever
e received; for if it be untenable the
4 whole igitation for athletic support
a ought to be differently planned. If it

As a formal opening of the coming
track season, a mass meeting, at
which all candidates and those inter
ested in track should be present, will b
held this evening at 7:15 o'clock in
the West Physics lecture hall, for, the
purpose of ascertaining what materia
will be available and to acquaint the
candidates with the plans of the com-
ing season, Captain Carl Johnson an
Coach Stephen Farrell have arrange
this meeting.

inventions that Mr. Edison h
the world have had a decid
for bettering living conditk
not be questfioned, Mr. Bowki
and it was through untiring s
research, not by any magic,
Edison was able to perfect h
tions. ,
The completion of Michig,
rary is, an excellent exampi
inanifestation of the spirit giv
the speaker said. It was n
sible by the generosity of t
which by furinshing the fund
ed that it wished its material
ity to be turned to intellec
vantage, by the architect, wl
oped a wonderful building I
embodies convenience, art,
vision for future growth witt


be sound the establishment of itsI
soundness will be no small contriba-

Se evenly di
ic and labor."
t the measure
.1 receive "de-
ount in value
aders. He is

audienqe will be left to decide which
! proposiion is most justified.
Both the speakers have had experi-
- ence in University debating societies,
which guarantees a logical presenta-
tion of the points for and gainst the
propositions. Carl Johnson, '20, pres-
ident of the Student council, will in-
troduce the speakers and George -Hur-
ley will outline the general plan of
the information campaign.


of the

A brief course of lectures on the



g about our ears," origin of speech is being given by
Erelatin to th~e rgn fspehsbegginby
adered and "tbt Prof. F. N. Scott as part of the course
lly exacted." in the Psychology of Language offered
by the department of philosophy,
MAKES PLANS - The class meets at 2 o'clock Tues-
SOCIAL .EVENTS day and, Thursdays in room 162 of the
Natural Science building. The lec-
ture on Thursday Jane 8, is ' on the
events and gath- origin of the "Surpise-gesture" and
ain topics of dis- will be illustrated by lantern slides.
ag of the Kentucky
ht. A committee
ake final arrgnge- LYMAN TO SUCCCEED CARSON
tucky club dance, IN ENGINEERING COLLEGE
nn t o n nni a o ---*-

Approval of the plan presented by
the Athletic association to pair off the
six Conference basketball games and
allow each student to see two, was
voted at a Meeting of the Student
council last night.'
If this means of alleviating the con-
gestion is adopted it is probable that
on Monday all students holding cou-
pon books with numbers ending in
0 or 1 will be allowed to make their
choice, others' following in order.
Due to the fact that the-architect
in the council was suspended because
of absence from meetings it will be
necessary to fill this position in the
near future.*"
A committee to take over the mat-
ter of .class election reforms was ap-
pointed. The committee consists of
I Carl Ma on, '20, Henry Whiting, '21,

Several to Speak ~
Every man on the campus who con-
te lates trying out for the team or
who is interested in track should be.
present at this mass meeting. Speak-
ers have been secured to outline and
discuss the season. Mr. Bartelme will
have something to say about the
schedule and Professor Aigler will dis-
cuss the eligibility rulings. Coach
Farrell and Captain Johnson will talk
about this year's outlook. Among the
other speakers are Donnelly, a former
member of the Varsity, and Professor
Never before in the history of the
University have the athletic author-
ities arranged for such an exceptional
schedule. There will not be one open
week after the season gets under way.'
There is a possibility that the year may
open as early as Feb. 28. On either
this date or March 027 it is very like-
ly that a meet will be scheduled. Cor-
nell is a possibility.
Must Start Now.
In preparing for the hard season
ahead sit is absolutely essential to
start now, according to Coach Farrell.
"Right now, at the very beginning, is
the time for all candidates to come
out. The outlook for the year is
bright if the men will start now. We
are weak in tire distances, the mile,
and the two ncile. There is, a splen-
did chance for tryouts to obtain a
place op the team in either of these.
events. All men who can do any-
thing in track are urged to come out'


tion to the campaign. .outlay of money ;and finally by
If The Daily should invite contri- co-operation and untiring effort
butions from the student body 'In de- they Librarian W. W. Bishop, I
fense of the thesis "One who promotes John F. Shepard of the, psycho
football success serves his univer- delpartment, the Board of IReg
sity" and should print the more co- particularly Regent William L. C
herent and effective of the letters re- ents, and the faculty committee
ceived, no harm, and possibly some libarary affairs.
god, would come of it. And if op. Hutchins Presides
portunity for attack were given there The exercises were opened by
might ensue a profitable. and perhaps V. Moore, who rendered an o
a spirited discussion, provided any solo. President Harry B. Hutc
one cared to take what appears the un- presided and introduced Libra
popular side. Bishop as the .first sepaker on
Defence Explained program. He took the place of
The Daily has not yet issued any gent Clements, as the latter was
such invitation; but it may not be ill to talk. Dr. Bishop gave a s
amiss to point out what any real de- history of the library situation
fence of our proposition would seem since the University was establi
to require. It mould be necessary and the difficulties under' which
first Io make clear what the good of present new building was erected
the University means. For example, Albert Kahn of Detroit, archite
Mt the advertising value of a winning the Library, next told how a mc
team were insisted upon, one might library building was constructed
properly question whether or not a all necessary facilities at the cos
larger student body is desirable. And 'cubic foot of an average factory b
it would be necessary to show conclu- ing. Mr. William Wheeler gave r
sively that athletic suc'cess would cal solo, after which Mr. Bo
tend to secure the established or ac- spoke.
cepted good. with these suggestions .ReceptlIn After Program
the present communication might Following the exercises a rece
close. But the. writer requests space was held in the Library for the t
for the presentation of his own view, ty, alumni, and invited guests, R
a presentation which he promises to lasted until 6 o'clock. At that
close with a simple and practical rec- the building was thrown open to
ommendation. lic inspection.
The statement that athletic success Among those here for the dedic
benefits the University is incapable of were Miss Olive Jones of the
proof and entirely unsound. It has State Library, C. J. Barr, '92, libr
always been assumed, but never es- at Yale university, Librarian I
tablished. If attempts to prove it, Strahm of Detroit, Librarian Aye
such as have been suggested, ever ap- Ithe Garrett Biblical Institute of

Claire F. Lyman, '18, has been ap-
pointed to succeed Ralph M. Carson,
who goes as Rhodes scholar from the
University, as instructor in English

Back to Top

© 2023 Regents of the University of Michigan