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_IaY AND NIGHT
SERVICE

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,

THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1920.

PRICI THREE

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Professor Newton
Of Ti nteringI
How graduate students of at least
ono year's standing at a university
may enroll under the professors of
England, \France, and Italy from whom
they are anxious to receive instruction
ORES was told by Prof. A. Percival Newton
of London university last night to a
representative of The Daily.
Should Obtain Letters
These st'udents should go to the
k'Ys heads of their departments and se-
cure from them a letter of commen-
dation which they should mail to the
from man under whom they are desirous
ig of procuring instruction. If they are
unable to secure a letter of commen-
dation, by writing the American Uni-
versity Union, 50 Russell Square, Lon-
tiga- don, V. F. 1, if they wish to attend
sus- an English university, they can as-
s as- certain the possibilities of enrolling
e the with certain professors. In cases
mbly where the head of the department-is
ether unable to furnish the student with all
squ- the required information, the latter

nistration
tie Scorin
blymen
Press)
21.-Inves
the five
Alymen wa
day before
the asse
as to wh4

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de by Martin
temporarily'
the commit-
of United
y, in connec-
to answer

will be supplied with it upon inquiry
to the Director of the Institute of In-
ternational Education, 419 W. 117th
street, New York city.
Instructors May Attend
Professor Newton explained that ju-
nior instructors of the faculty could
HIMNLY BLR NCED
PROGRAM PLES

r at the height of an
at Which counsel of
ibered their heaviest
)n declared the pre-
I1 not prove "a temp-
.t Trotsky and Lenine
nstallation in Amer-
forin of government
waves of-public opin-
Is case have subsided,
understand that this
I party is the agent
s of the dark forces
empire who contem-
1 destruction of bon
ient in America." .
tion that the five So-1
sed, he declared that
n with reference to
'eared and what they
hat they engaged to
plainly as anything
that they gave their
y and soully to an
e empire."
eclared that Socialist
d be ruled by aliens
re hired agents of a
ome to carry out the
ier agents so far as.
d Littleton

SCHKOLNIK, RUSSIAN
PLAYS TO LARGE
ENCE

VIOLINIST,
AUDI-.

(By M. M.)
Ilya Schkolni, Russian violinist
and concert-meister of- the Detroit
Symphony orchestra, pleased a large
Audience at Pattengill auditorium last
evening with an evenly balanced and
well varied program.
Concerto Gains Applause
liis introductory piece, a sonata by
handel, though te.inically well rend-,
ered, with the ozception of a few ras-
py tones in a crescendo passage, lack-
ed temperament. This was followed,
however, by Mendelssohn's Concerto,
'Op. 64, which was rendered in such
I. manner as to please the. most critic-
al audience.
The brilliancy of the Allegro was
only rivalled by the delicate purity of
-the softer tones in the Andante. Sus-
tained quaity and sureness of touch
characterized the Allegro non troppe
and the translational passage into the
Allegro Molto vivace. Pergolesi's Aria,
-was almost human in its'appeal and
the artist lost none of its charm even
through the inspiring finale.
Hochstein's Minuet Imaginative

Tells Ilethods LEVITSKI OFFERS O5 M
ori Us JVARIED PROGRAM
Freign nPrsLOe
Mischa Levitski, the famous piano
attend the universities of EnglaAd, HRVirtuosd or is tr m h ebutiEM
Hill auditorium Friday night in the ,..
France, and.Italy under this arrange- extra concert series of the University
ment. He further stated that eminent Program Oonsists of Twelve Numbers School of Music, will present the fol- Oi
men of the universities of these coun- of Many Different lowing program:
tries could be secured to give courses Types Organ Toccata and Fugue, D
at American universities for short minor ... :.. . Bach-Tausig COULD HAVE SOLD 3,000 TICKI
periods upon the requests of our uni- UNION DINNER WILL NOT Melody, D minor ,....Gluck-Sgambat HAD THERE BEEN
versitles and vice versa.'Faculty mem- CONFLICT WITH PERFORMANCE Sonata Apassionata, Op. 57.. Bethoven
bers of foreign universities could al- ._ Allegro assai ROOM'
so be invited to mneet with memb'ers Final preparations have been com- Andante con moto
of the faculty of any American uni- legrfoo ma ben om
nyeity o ntercan i- pleted for, the All-nation Jamboree to Allegro ma non troppo-Presto THREE SPEAKERS ON
versity in order to interchange ideas be given by the foreign students of Nocturne, F sharp .......... PROGRAM AS PLANNI
on -university practices. the University under the auspices of Etude, G flat (Butterfly) ,
Expenses About $1,200 the Cosmopolitan club at 8 o'clock to- Etude, G flat (Black Keys) . Orchestra, Solos, and Quartette
Professor Newton said that the liv- night.in .ilauditorium. The Union Waltz, A flat, op. 64, No. 3... Add to Enjoyment of
Ing expenses of students attending nightnilseHillfauditorium..TheCUnion
banquet, It was announced last night, Polonaise, A fiat...........Chopin . E en
foreign liversities would range be- wil be over in time to allow attend Prelude, G minor ......RachmaninoffEvening
tween $1,000 and $1,200 a year, in- ante at both functions. Staccato Etude..........Rubinstein
cluding vacations. He said that Eng- ried . Waltz, D major ... .. ..Stojowski "If 3,000 tickets for the Michi
lish universities would demand prac- Program Varied Rhapsody, No. 6:..... . . . . . ..Liszt Union membership dinner.hadb
tically no fees for teaching courses. Tickets for the entertainment are nner
He suggested that study at a foreign on sale at the State street book stores avalablefor the Unloi,
school' should not be undertaken ex- and will be obtainable at the door. could have disposed of themall.N
cept where at least one year could be The program to be offered follows: UNwoer have I seen anything like the w
devoted to it. The minimum require- "La Sorella".. . .. . .... ... ...Gallini Ti Tl n ISIn students u'warmed into the lobbyo af
ment of study for a Ph.D. degree in Girls' Mandolin Club iETIiri cuau
England is two years, during which "On a Road to Pekin"........ -taed. s ur le, g el sec
period no general examinations are ...........Chinese Women Students stated George Hurley, general.se
held. Students could take one year's Song-"The Desert Moon" RATIFIES PLAN FOR APPOINT. tary of the Union, when asked if
work at a foreign uniersity and have K, Horiuchi, '21l, Rita Ireman,'21 MENT OF STUDENT students seemed in favor of the me
it credited to a Ph.D. degree at one "Westernizing the East," played by MANAGERS bership dinner to be held at 6
of our universities. Katsuizumi, Yonemnoto and company
"La Carinosa," Philippine flirtation The action of the board of directors o'clock tonight in the assembly '
dance, danced by Yuki Osawa, Grad., of the Athletic association relative to of the Union.
and Ramon Capishame, '20L, accom- the method of choosing student ath- Arrangements Complete
panied by Roa's Philippine orchestra letic managers was ratified at a meet- Arrangements for the dinner a
.nlamrmn"Jazz Mad America".... .. .......ing of the Student council at its meet- now complete. Brevity yet quality,
B T ASSIGNMENTS"".....Phil Diamond's orchestra ing held last night in the Union. ingf
"Painting the Campus Red-14 Makes Suggestion they say, and have arranged a. p
' Points," played by 16 striking stum According to the new plan the man- gram with that in view. During
PLANS FOR CHAPERONES AND dents. agers will be nominated by a dam course of the dinner specialities
BOOTIJS TO BE DISCUSSED . o Dance Numbers mittee consisting of the coach, old orm of aJz ohesta, sol
FRIDAY maae,'n atin ftesoti the form of a jazz orchestra, sol
"Los Gauchos",...............manager, and captain, of the sport in quartettes, and the Union orches
.The Argentine Cowboys which the manager is to serve. The will be presented, after which t
All independents who intend going Acted by Frederico Mourglier, 20E, name being submitted to the board toasts and speeches of the even
to the J-Hop'and all 'who do not ex- and company in control for approval. The council will be given and a vote on the Uni
pect to be in any. organization booth "The Joys of Love," danced by also recommended to the board that constitution will be taken. 'i'he lat
must. attend a meeting to be held at I. -.....Mlle. Jeanette Kruszka the student members of the board in will be done at 7:30 o'clock and a
7:30 o'clock Friday night in tle Un- Siberian serenades and Russian conts fathleflc be elec member of the Union is invited by 1
folk songs, mandolin selections by ge officials to bring a chair in the asse
ion. At this time plans as to the A. E. Elkind, '19 all-campus election. bly and cast his vote with the dine
assignment to booths and of chaper- "Sahara," dance bg Rita Irema,n '21 Hop Management Discussed . The chairman of the program cmu
ones will be discussed. The committee "His Majesty, the King of Sahara," a A plan vas submitted by the com- tee, Wm. P. Favorite, '20E, promil
is a4xious that every one be there as sketch. mittee on the J-Hop chairmanship by that the entire program will be o
the number of booths must be de- D. . Nash, School of Music, will be- which every department will have a by 8 o'clock.
termined at this time. .unable to offer a number on the pro- year in which to elect. the Hop chair- Prsient
grma rvosyannounced. man from Its numbers. The times any Prsdn Hutchins to Speak
Drawingeof Booths Saturday g as py school is to have the chairnanship in President Harry B. Hutchins will
On Saturday at 1:30 o'clock the a given number of years is to be de- the first speaker of the evening
ofbohswl ak lc OIR Q~'I termined by the number of studentswilbfooedyHn.E inD
drawing of booths will take place Inn hlhe rport'bth, .'9L f -eria Hossibe ta
drawing / in U~iI~iII It; ii IV!UiJLU IIIti that school. The report of the com-by'91,oDeriapsblcn
the lobby of the Union. It is neces- mittee on underclass conduct was ac- date for governor on the Republic
sary that every organization expecting GUY[HM 5NISANEWTON cepted. A pneeting of this committee ticket. Dean Bates of the law sch
to have a booth have a representative is to be held soon so that the actual will be the last speaker and his cl
present at this time. The charge for work may be gotten under way. ing remarks will be devoted to f
the booths has been set as $25 "The British empire is a museum of ures of the new constitution, whi
It has been decided by the commit- governments," declared Prof. A. Per- SOCEI:v'Y PLANNED Chrt avote b on immeiateyat W
oival Newton, of London university, S C IY P A N Dcharts have been, preparedshowl
tee that n l decorating sobooths wil i a Uniyersity lecture on "The Brit- AT DENT SMOKER the location of the tables and will
Hop decorators. The fee for this is ish Empire" yesterday afternoon in placed on the bulletins boardand
to be $5. The decorating will be done Natural Science auditorium. "Within For the purpose of forming a so- the desk so that each member m
with green smilax which is to be It can be found every type of govern- ciety for. dental students, a smoker easily locate the table at which
used in the rest of the hall. ment that has existed within the past was held last evening in the upper is to be seated. An attendant will
300 years. Some of them are function- reading room of the Michigan Union. placed on the floor to direct men
Decorating in $unlax ing out of date, illogically, but they The benefits of forming such a society the tables and another will be at tl
The reason fo' this decision is that are nevertheless functioning, and be- were discussed in detail by Dr. M. door to take tickets.
the committee feels that the effect of cause of their traditional significance, L. Ward, dean.of the Dental school. Plan More Banquets
the entire h 11 will be much better are acceptable to the people." 'Other speakers were Dr. i. W. Bunt- C. T. Hogan, '20E, president of I
if all the decorating is dope in a'un- Character of Colonies Defined ing and Dr. W. G. R4ckert. . Union and chairman of the gene
iform manner. Although the decora- I After describing the self-governing Phil Diamond's orchestra played be- committee in charge of the dinn
tion of booths is not obligatory it is members of the British empire, the I ween the speeches and throughout the says that two or three more such bI
the desire of those in charge that all speaker dfined the character of the evening specialities were introduced, quets wil be given in response
do it. Both the charge for the booths dependent colonies of the United King-' the Darling quartet and a Hawilan the great interest shown by te si
and thfee for the decorating will be dom. These ranged from the districts dancer, who was in this case a male, dents in regard to the one being hi
collected at the time of the drawing. which were nearly self-governing to Harvey Hicks, '21D. The customary tonight.
Money will also be refunded, at this those which possessed no self-govern- refreshments of cider and sakes were
time, to organizations who sent in one ment, he stated. As. an exa ple of offered and cigarettes and cigars PARKER SPE AKS AT
cheque to cover all tickets applied for the second class, he named British were distributed.
and did not receive the full number. East Africa, the inhabitants of which, & A. I. E. E. SMOKE
consisting of negroes living in a low. 77",
FAMOUS DRAMATIST state of tribal culture, are unable to A& lleti /tUnder the varied colored lights

Hrue themselves.the main dining room orthe Mich
TLECTUREHR
TheECTsErue tm ortant political devel- (By Associated Press) gan Union, all-electrical studen
opment in England today, he said, Halifax, Jan. 21.-Anxiety was felt gathered for a smoker given by t
Word has been received by the Or- was the distribution of local matters in marine circles tonight for the local branch of the American Ins
atorical association that John Drink- to legislatures in Scotland, Wales, safety of the U. S. transport Powhatan tute of Electrical Engineers last eve
water, the English dramatist, poet, and Ireland, relieving parliament of and her 271 passengers after a wire- ing.. Prof. John C. Parker, head
and essayist, will lecture in Ann Arbor a large amount of pet affairs. less was received from Commander the department of electrical enginee
Jan. 29, the time and' place to be an- Secret of Empires Strength Travis of the Canadian government ing, told of the purpose of the smol
nounced at a later date. The subject "The principle which holds the steamer Lady Laurier, stating that his which is to make stronger the rel
of his lecture will be "An English British empire together is that every vessel was alongside the transport tions between the students- and t
Dramatist's View of Lincoln." Inci- individual within the realm should .and that weather conditions were bad. faculty. He also spoke of the. a
dentally Mr. Drinkwater is the- au- have an inalienable right to, the profs vantage of belonging to the institu
thor of the play, "Abraham Lincoln," its of his own labor, peace, justice, FALL WHILE SHIJUNPING Profs. Benjamin F. Bailey, A.
which has had a run of several months' good government, and order; such a DISLOCATES MARSHALL'S ARM Lovell, J. H. Cannon, and H. E. Hi
in London and is now opening an en- development of self-government as he bie gave short speeches and all' t
gagement in New York City. is capable of; and, as his country be- While negotiating a six-foot ski instructors of the department ma
comes greater, his institutions should Jump Ion the Boulevard yesterday, brief remarks. Interspersed with t
LABOR PROBLEM STUDENTS become more self-governing until they Richard B. Marshall, '218; fell, sus- speaking, were musical numbers
TO VISIT FORD MOTOR PLANT are completely so within the circle of taing injuries to his right arm. An "Dune" diaque and Jack Edward
- the .British realm," he concluded. X-ray taken at the hospital last night jazz orchestra. A. L. Howard,. '26
Lsshowed that Marshall's elbow was dis- also played several solos on his gi
Labor problems students of Prof. located and several ligaments in theta.BueBrigm,2Eacd
Arthur E. Wood of the sociology de- Graduate Club to Give Dance In Gym forea sra Lastn nMar astmruce Burngamu20Ec thd
partment, will visit the Ford Motor A dance and card party will be giv- shall was resting comfortably, ac- was decided to make the smoker
Car company plant in Detroit at 3 en by the 'Graduate club of the Uni- cording to advice from physicianq. It annual affair. Smokes, cider, an
o'clock this afternoon. A special car versity at 8 oclock Friday evening in is expected that he will have to keep doughnuts were there in abundan
will be attached on the 11:10 interur- Barbour gymnasium. All graduate lhis arm in a cast for six weeks a t for the 80 men who attended t
ban car to Detroit to convey them. students are requested to be present. least. smoker.

by the chair that
lemonstration dur-
was a burst of ap-
id women who fll1-
gallery when Mr.
pouncing the itti-
sts after the war
of Hillaist, made

It said yesterday
d on Page Eight)

that
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Of the lighter numbers, La Chasse
by Cartier-Kreisler was remarkably
fresh, snappy and vivid. The interpre-
tation of Hochstein's Minuet (in olden
'style) was pleasing to the audience,
depicting in the imaginations of all,
the gracefulness of the old time dance..
Wieniawski's Scherzo-Tarantelle, Op.
-16, with its inspired phrasing and
gradually uncreasing crescendos ap-
proached the climax in a rapid and
vivid manner, characteristic of the
composer's style, and wellinterpreted
by the soloist. As a fitting closing
number to an interesting program, was
'Saint-Saens' Introduction and Rondo
Capriccioso, Op. 28,' the performance
of which was most satisfying.

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are Addams Will Discuss Women's
Problems of Present Day
Miss Jane Addams, of Chicago, will
,ddriss an Ann Arbor audience on
unday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Hill
,uditorium, according to a telegram
eceived by the Women's league yes-
erday. She expects to stop on her
pay from Detroit, where she will give
wo speeches on Sunday.
The topic of her speech will be
Women and Their Immediate Re-
ations to the Problems of the Day,"
topic which Miss Addams is well
ble to handle in view of the fact
hat she has been connected in an in-
imate way with almost all of the
roblems of women which have arisen
n the past 25 years.
With Miss Ellen Gates Starr she
pened the SociUl Settlement of Hull
[ouse- in 1889. She was elected to
be position of president of the Na-
onal Confederation of Charities and
orrection in 1909.
Miss Addams has written several
ooks, among them are: D'emocracy
nd Social Ethics," "The Spirit of

DEAN TO DISCUSS
PEACE CONFERENCE
Charles H. Haskins, dean of the
Harvard Graduate School, is to speak
at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, in the
auditorium of the Natural Science
building on "The Peace Conference."
Dean Haskins is a recognized au-
thority on his subject according to
Prof. Claude H..Van Tyne, of the His-
tory department. "At the European
peace conference Dr. Haskins was one
of the personal advisors of President
Wilson," said Professor Van Tyne,
"and many of the proposals of the
president were no doubt suggested by
him. The speaker is a historian of
some note, he being the author of "The
Normans in European History and
"Studies in Norman Institutions."

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