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No. 88.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1920.

PRICE 1t11REE C

PRICE THREE
OVERFLOW DANCE

BS F A V H
~MENT O
MANAGR

CONTIIOL WILL
RATIFY NEW
MEASURE

HAVE

ON FOR HOCKEY
M GETS APPROVAL
of Revision to Select Men
0bllty Rather Than for
'ersonal Popularity
w plan of selecting athletic
as proposed by the"Stugent
is approved by the board of
of the Athletic association
ing yesterday afternoon.
e this measure effective, a
revised the by-laws of the
n. This revision, with sev-
' changes suggested by the
will be submitted to the
Control for ratification at
meeting. The revised arti-
follows:
mmittee to Appoint
Sec. 1.-The new managers
:s will be appointed by a
consisting of the retiring
coach, and captain of the
is appointment will be sub-
:he Board in Control of Ath-
ratification.
-New assistant managers
ort, four in number, will be
by a committee consisting
ssistant managers, and the
Rf each respective sport.
ointments will be submitted
ord in Control of Athlet~s
.-No man from the same
or house club as the man-
ptain of a team, is eligible
sistant managership of that
same year. No man from
fraternity or house club as
ant manager, can compete
istant man'agership of that
ame year. However, a man
same fraternity or house
.e manager of a sport will
red from competing for the
nanagership of that sport
year.

RHETORIC I EXAM OVERFLOW DANCE
PLACES ANNOUNCED MICuIwui LOSES TICKETS ON SALE
Professor Mallory's Classes to Meet Reservations May Be Made at Union
In Natural Science Building ' Desk; Only Few Have AppliedO
Places of examination in Rhetoric Maroons Win Third Conference Vie- Applications for the Hop overflow
I, all the classes in which will be ex- Cory by 40 to 22 Score dance at the Union, FridayFeb.3,
amined at the same.hour, have been Lead Big Ten will be received at the main desk 'up
announced by the rhetoric depart- to and including Saturday. Only a SCHOOL OF iUSIC TO GIVE 0
mCes rILLINOIS BEATS -WISCONSIN h rrvatis have been me, l FACULTY TWILIGHT CONCERT
Class undlmertthe ifferens P struc- 43 to 20 IN COURT BATTLE that all the tickets had been disposed.
tors will meet as follows: Prof. Mal- Agetdmn o ikt t$ The University School of Music will
lory, room 214 Natural Science build- A great demand for tickets at $4 is
ing; R. W. Cowden, room 102. West Chicago, Jan. 24. - The Michigan expected. The committee intends to present Nora Crane Hunt, contralto;
hall; R. S. Everett, room 205, Mason Varsity basketball team last night limit the couples to 175 in order that Anthony J. Whitmire, violinist; Har-
hall; H. A. Donnelly, W. C. Hall, and went down to defeat at the hands of undue crowding may be avoided. Tux- rison Albert Stevens, pianist; Doro-
E. G. Gordon, room B of the Law the Chicago Maroons by an over- edos will be premitted, said Gratton thy \Wines, and Maud Okelberg, ac-
building; B. G. Grim and A. D. Con- whelming score of 40 to 22. This is Rourke, '21, chairman of the dance companist, in a complimentary Fac-
key, room 101, Economics building; the second Conference battle that the committee. ulty Twilight recital at 3 o'clock this
,G. S. Lasher, P. L. Schenk, and two Maize and Blue squad has been de- Foreign orchestra will provide mus- afternoon in Hill auditorium.
sections of"C. M. Webster's classes, feated in this season. ic for the occasion. Programs will The management of the University
Natural Science auditorium. . Wolverines Outclassed be given, and the hall will be spec- School of Music requests that chil-
F. W. Peterson and E. A. Walker, The Chicago outfit, leading the Big ially decorated for the dance. Dur- dren do not come unaccompanied by
room 348, Engineering building; H. Ten race, completely outclassed the ing the intermission in the dancing, adults.
P. Scott and C. D. Willson, exhibition Wolverines in practically every phase which will be from 9 to 2:30 o'clock,
room, Memorial hall; M. C. Wier and of the game. Higgins' excellent work a dinner will be served in the main SERMON S JLE L
dents, room 203, Tappan hall; Mr. home team. apply, before the Union will give the.
Fink, room 202, West hall; Mr. Wick- Duke Dunne and Henderson, play- dance.
__________WITH CHRSTIN LIFE
er, room 105, West hall. ing for the Michigan outfit, again car-
ried the brunt of the Michigan work,-
yet their efforts failed to -stem the - YOUNG PEOPLE'S SERVCES' TO
tide. Chicago got an early lead and LII UI F UFEATURE SPECIAL
at no time during the game were they MUSIC
in ,danger.
iCCdStanding Remains Same HOUSE TO SPEe
The result of the contest affects the Sermons of varied character dealing
standing of neither of the two schools. with the many phases of Christian life
Michigan remains at the bottom of Prof. A. E. Wood Says Famous Leader will be presented by Ann Arbor min-
Members Subject to Deportation, the Conference running with two of Women Has Broad and isters today. Services for young peo-
Labor Department Rules in games lost, while the Maroons are Human Outlook pe with special music will take place
Austrian1 Case still leading the race with not a sin- it many.of the churches.
gle defeat. JANE ADDAMS, NOTED WAR AND To Answer Excuses
SECRETARY WILSON sCALLS Illinois took the honors from Wis- SOCIAL WORKER, HERE TONIGHT Rev.' Leonard A. Barrett " in his
ORGANIZATION REVOLUTIONARY consin tonight, at Urbana when they morning sermon on "Excuses" in - the
counted up 43 points to Wisconsin's Jane Addams, prominent social and Presbyteian church will answer the,
(By Associated Press) 20. It was easy work 'for the Suck- war worker', will speak on "Women three principal excuses offered for in
Washington, Jan. 24.--The Commun- ers. and Their Relation to Immediate difference to religion by those who seek
ist, Party of America. was held by Sec- Problems of the Day" at 7:30 o'clock to justify conscience. Immediately aft-
retary Wilson and the labor depart- TRY-OUTS FAIL TO tpnight in Hill- auditorium. er the morning service Prof. W. D.
ment today to be "a revolutionary . PRODUCE AN ANNE Founds Hull Hose Henderson will speak beforethe Stu-
party, and within the meaning of stat- Besides founding Hull House, which
utes providing for deportation of -. is perhaps her most noted achieve- New Internationalism."
aliens who affiliate sch organiza- Careful examination of more than ment, Miss Addams has had wide ex- In the second of a series of ser-
tions." 550 men by the management of the perience in war work both in Europe mon-lectures on "Personality," Rev.
In the specific case of Angobert Union has failed to reveal any stu- and this country, where she served Lloyd Douglas of the Congregational
Preis, an Austrian arrested in recent under Herbert Hqover on the food church'will show some practical prin-
raids, execution of-a deportation war- commission in Illinois. . ciples by which personality is best ex-
woman, role, that of Anne. To secure Ipnosn is das et ressd eas, of Jaetdm nhillppaudtrnum
rant was prdered by Mr. Wilson pay- an le , f e tos In endorsing Miss Addams' lectu pressed. Because of the appearance
ing the way for deportation of a large fo tbe pson, be conduts Prof. A. E. Wood of the sociology de-
number of aliens now under surveil- fo 2 to: o lock eachndaytof partment said, in regard'to her work tonight, the evening musical service
lance and against whom similar this week, among immigrants: "Miss Addams has will be postponed until next week.
charges have been brought. Me . a profound and sympathetic 'Tunder- Peterson to Talk to Guild
The ruling was made in a formal a posi- standing of the immigrant, and in the "Success in Religious' Education"
opinion in which documents relating we, ended Saturday. Some midst of daIrk and confused counsels, will be the subject of the sermon by
to the communist party were 'submit- difficulty was experienced in obtain- she maintains a broad, human outlook Rev. F. F. Peterson of Boston at the
ted and in the' conclusion the secre- ing a satisfactory number for the and constfuctive views. morning service of the Baptist church.
tary said: "The only conclusion is girs' parts. Knows European Condition Mr. Peterson has had much experi-
that the Comffunist party of Amer- A list of the successful candidates, "Of especial importance 'is her ence with religious education among
ica is gn organiz3.tion that believe's which will include two casts and an knowledge of conditions in Europe, students and has come to Ann Arbor
in riotousnesa and advocates the over- overabundance of chorus -men, will and her views as to America's respon- at the request of the Y. M. C. A.
throw by force of the government of -be "sent to the eligibility committee, sibility in improving them. ' All stu- At 6:30 o'clock Mr. Peterson wills
the United States. which will not ratify the names until dents - should take this opportunity to speak to the young people's guild onĀ£
An examination of the documents after examinations. hear her." "A Better Crop of Boys and Girls."
submitted clearly demonstrates the Men of slight build, not more than - Miss \Addams is being brought here (Continued on Page 7) -
fact that it is the purpose of the Com- five feet, five inches tall, and with bythe Women's league which invitesa
munist party to overthrow the~ tnited high tenor voices are wanted to try students and all others interested toi
States government. _out for the part of Anne. . attend the lecture. No admittance' GLEE CLUB TOTAKE SO0MEN,
will be charged.:
Death Rate in Rapids Decreases N. Dakota Has Hygiene Campaign
Grand Rapids, Jan. 24.-The death Bismack, N. D., Jan. 24. - More ALUMNAE DOUBLE Special Car Will Carry Members to:
rate here for 1919 was 17 per cent or -than 25,000 North Dakota school chil- SAL ARY INCREASE 'Port Hurao Friday, Feb. 240
359 deaths less than in 1918, when #dAren are enrolled in a statewide cam-
the rate was one and one-half per paign for personal hygiene and Sixty men from the Varsity Gleet
'cent above normal. #cleanliness. New York, Jan. 24. - Members of and Mandoli club instead of the 40r
the Bryn Mawr faculty through a as previously announced will maker
IMPROVEMENT IN INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC $2,000,000 endowment fund to be raia- the trip to Port Huron for the concertI
ed -this spring will be provided with in that city Friday evening, Feb. 20.
REPORTED BY ,CITY HEALTH OFFICER a 50 per cent increase in salary, Mrs. Rehearsals for both the Glee andr
-- --"-E. Louis Slade of this city, chairman Mandolin clib will be conducted
Dr. Forsythe Issues Warning Against any symptoms of the flu will go to of the campaign committee, announc- throughout the coming week, Glee
Carelessness of Students bed, giving immediate notice to the ed tonight. , club rehearsals being only for the
Health service or any of its doctors, The faculty had estimated that an men picked to make the trip. Membersi
With 75 cases of influenza reported that medical attention is needed, much ntr s-cl
, _m_.h increase of 25 Per cent over the rs chosen from the Mandolin club to g90

as a total in Ann Arbor, conditions will be accomplished in checking the ent scale was necessary to provide a to Port Huron will be announced at
are improving perceptibly not only spread of the disease, say the officials living wage, but the alumnae had .de- the rehearsal on Thursday evening.
here but throughout the county. An in charge of work here. Further risk cided to double the estimate in order Attendance at all rehearsals previous .
end of the slight epidemic is looked by exposure to the cold may prove to make the salary commensurate with to the trip is compulsory, and ab-
for within a week, Dr. J. A. Wessing- ' fatal, the work of the faculty. - sence from them will be taken by the
er, city health officer, said last night. Of the six cases reported yesterday director to indicate no desire to makq
Reports from the supervising nurse at the Health service none show CHOICE SEATS FOR COMEDY the trip.
for Washtenaw county.indicate fav- sympthms of pneumonia. One girl, CLUB PLAY HAVE GOOD SALE Treasurer Robert A. Campbell is ther
orable progress against the disease whose fever yesterday stood at 102, faculty mnember selected to accom-
n the southern part of the county, declared that she had been exposed to pany the combined clubs and Gordon -
No more cases were reported to the Choice seats are going fast for
health officer yesterday afternoon, e isease two day& before, the girl "Alice Sit by the Fire," the Barrie Godley, '21E, office manager, has been
- ~ seated next to her in class sneezing pa ob rsne t81 'lc (Continued on Page Eight)
though notifications may have been dej and coughing continually. play to be presented at .8:15 o'clock
layed in the mails. ' Wednesday night at the Whitney thea- ' t
Carelessness upon the part of ct- In speaking of further steps which ter by the Comedy club, the ticket com-
.ens and students is to be guarded should be taken a ter the contraction mittee reports. Reservation of seats ENTRIES IN JUDGE CONTESTe
against, and Dr. Warren E, Forsythe of influenza, Dr. orsythe emphasizes started yesterday at Graham's book -
of the University Health service, has these points: store, and will cogtinue there until Michigan students,who intend par-
issued a general warning to Univer- Go to bed in a room by yourself Wednesday at 5:30 o'clock. ticipating in the Judge contest, willo
sity men and women. "If you think and stay there. After six weeks of rehearsal in Uni- have the last opportunity of handing t
you have the flu, go to bed and stay Have some one call a doctor. versity Hall, the' scene of activity for in contributions Wednesday.
there," says Dr. Forsythe. The front For the first day or two eat no food, the cast will be transferred to the So far some 60 pages 'of jokes andt
entrance of the Health service, in line drink ple ty of cold water-and lemon- Whitney theater tomorrow night, 15 or 20 drawings have been turnedd
with this advice, has been placarded ade, orange juice, or fruit juices, if when the final dress rehearsal will' be in. Two cover designs, which had to e
with the sign, "If you think you have desired. conducted. On Tuesday night the be.in by Jan. 15, were sent to Judge, e
the flu, go to the back door." Keep everyone else'out of the room. cast will meet in ,University Hall but it is not known yet whether theyt
If the student who believes he has (Continued on Pag Eight)' again for final instruction. . captured a prize. a

WH L PARTICIPATE MORE
TIVELY IN CAMPUS AF-
FAIRS
ENDOKSEMENT GIVEN
UNIVERSITY OFFICI4

To

Seek Endowments, Higher
aries for Professors, and
Larger Appropriations

ointments for the
will be made at
npus elections, in

va
the
the

Bard to Ratify
[nterscholastic managers
tral managers will be ap-
a committee of the direct-
r athletics, director of in-
hletics, and managers of
orts. These nominations
tied by the Board in Con-
ose of adopting this new
electing the managers is
n in these positions, who
of holding them and who
strated their ability to do
the old system of. popu-
men , were frequently
their popularity or wide
eship rather than ability,
> the report hf the Stu-

(By Associated Press)
Detroit, Jan. 24.-The Universi
iif Michigan club in Detroit tod
appointed Robert H. Clancy, Unit
states appraiser for Michigan, as
field secretary in charge of the ca
paign to bring about more acti
participation of the alumni in a
fairs of their Alma Mater.
Mr. Clancy's duties will include t
organization of Michigan'Alumni s
. ceties' all over the country. -tl
alumni plan contemplates obtaini:
of endowments for Michigan, 1gg
appropriations fronv the state leg
lature, higher salaries for professo
amd instructors, more buildings a
equipment, development 'of resear
work at the University and suppc
oft col1egiate sports.,
Graduated in '1907
Mr. Clancy was graduated -frc
Michigan in 1907, and since has be
connected with various newspape
and for six years was secretary
Congressman Doremus.
Formal announcement last night
the appointment by the University
Michigan club of Detroit, of a fie
secretary to organize the 40,000 liv
alumni of the University, met with t
highest approval from authorties
the University in Ann Arbor and re
resentative members of the stude
body.
Pres. Harry B. Hutchins was infor
ed of the appointment of Robert
~Clancy, '07, to the office of field se
retary last night, and approved bear
ily of the plan proposed by the Detrc
club. He announced that he wou
have more to say upon it during t
coming week.
Shaw Believes in Plan
Wilfred B. Shaw, '97M, general se
retary of the Alumni associatio
said, "If followed consecutively for
long enough period, the p'an will he'
the University immensely, as it Is-
'constructive one for the betterment
every branch of the school. The lar
est, wealthlest, and, most powerf
alumni of any organization are b
hind the movement, and if the san
spirit now shown is continued, I lo
for a high degree of success."
"Clancy was in Ann Arbor during t
past week," Allen Boyd, '21L, chai
man of the "new Athletic committe
of the University, said last night i
reference to the Detroit club's pla:
"He conferred with us concerning at
letics. The plan looks highly co
structive, and I think it will be of mi
terial help'to the University.
"There is little question but. wh
it will organize the alumni into
solid body behind the school. Pract
cally .every phase of the Universi
will be benefited.
Plan Outlined
"The 40,000 living alumni of t
University of Michigan form t
greatest living body of alumni of- a
university in the coutry. It is e
pected' that the plan as outlined 'L
the Detroit club will, developintoa
organization whi&h will include ever
member of that body. In this we
more co-operation between the Un
versity and the alumni will be a
tamed."
Mr. Clancy will probably have h
cental offices located in the Unio
building here, it is thought, becaus
of the direct touch with Universit
officials and the student body -whic
this would afford him.
"The action of the club is thoug
to have been the direct result of th
disastrous football season experien

ed by Michigan during 1919. It awal
ined the alumni to the realization tha
they were not backing the Universit

To Play Club Teams
The petition for an informal hockey
team, signed by 63-men, was approv-
ed'by the' board, and it was suggested
that hpckey games for this winter be
approved by the Board in Control. The
games are not to be with other col-
leges, but witfi commercial and ath-
letic club teams from Detroit.
The directors appointed John D.
Watte, 21L, intramural manager, and
L. J. Burrows, '21, F. M. Smith, '22,
Donald Porter, '21, and B. - G. Kohn,
'21, as assistant intramural mana-
Another meeting of the directors
will be held Wednesday in the athlet-
ic office. Further revisions of the by-
laws will be acted upon at this time.
FERRIS H. FITCH, '77, DIES
INi DETROIT AT AGE OF 67
Ferris H. Fitch, '77, the only Dem-
ocrat who ever~'held office of state su-
perintendent of instruction in this
state, died Wednesday in Detroit at

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