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ANN ARBQR, MICHIGAN; SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920.

PRICE THREE t

r~ AIL OFRATIFICTION FOR
TH CONSECUTIVE TIME; SENATE
D OVENANT BACK TO PRESIDENT
WILSON OP FINAL RE- GAME ADMISSION
J1 TO ADVISE AND MAY TAKE JUMP
'UONSENT
-- Chicago, March 19. - Athletic dil
FIRDS kEQUISITE rectors of the Western Conference
SSHORT 7 VOTES universities met today to consider the
advisability of raising prices to foot-
ball games and all other athletic con-
Into Coming Political The advance was thought necesary
Campaign because of the increased cost of ath-
letic equipment and the 'high salaries
on, March 19.-The treatypaid to heads of athletic departments.
tonMarh 19--Te tratyAction was deferred.
ratification for the fourthA
g time, and then the sen-
o send it back to President
h a notification thatt i had SOPH5 ENDEAVOR
used to advise and consent'
:ecisive roll call the vote T0
ratification to 35 against,
ion ria tubering in its ranks S dlax and Clever Designs in ed and
ats who were unwilling to White Decorate Dance
eaty go through with the "Hall
reservations objected to by
ent, and three'Democrats MORE THAN 200 COUPLES
epublican irreconciliables. ATTEND ANNUAL FUNCTION
a Democrats quit the Pres
and voted for ratification, (B II. S. and J. D.)
ectiont failed by seven votes
g the two-thirds requisite In an endeavor to set the pace for
the J-Hop the class of '32 did itself
ter Fight Expected merry last night at its promenade.
ilt was regarded every.. In the decorated hall of tie Union
he capital as having put and to the tne of one "of the liveliest
e long and bitter fight be- orchbstras that ever graced Ann Ar-
hief executive and the sen- blor, the sophomores spent ie happy
;y hours trying all the "new ones" and
to reconsider the vote and the most shivvery'of the "old ones."'
iore to ratify collapsed in Jazzy Music
on, leaders on both sides Fuller's favorite, "Music is nothing
ilt further ratification ef- else but wild sounds civilized into
d be a waste of time as time and tune," was the theme adopt-
e senate membership re- ed by "Sandy" Wilson and his best and
t a. they portrayed it to the letter ecept
the President would return that the phrase "civilized" wasun-
to the senate remained known to them. Nor were the danc-
fed, but the Republicans ers of a different frame of mind.
many weeks to come in a The grand march started at 9:30
man wek to coei o'clock led by Douglas Dow, '22E, and
pigeon hle.,a'3
eate to Move Next his partner, Helen M. Sturgis, '23.
wove by the senate major- More than 200 couples fll in to the
[aration of a state of peace tune of "The Victors," which ended in
he nation of the war status a snappy fox-trot.
)emocrats maintain can be Decorate with Smilax
by the treaty's ratification. Smilax was draped around the lights
n that pfoposal will prob- and over the fireplace a block "M" was
when the senate recon- arranged, under which the class nu-
konday. The roll call on mrals were woven in a mass of red
came four months, almost and white flowers. This color scheme
r, after the failure of the was also followed out in programs
pts at rtification on Nov. that were in the shape of a soph
toque.
Spring was heralded by the multi-
we Tickets colored gowns of the fair dancers " nd
the gorgeous plumage of many 5trich
Sale Todfans fluttered against the dress clothes
of the men of the class two and
twenty.
tents have been completed Orchestra Puts on Novelty
e of tickets to the special Supper was served in three relays,
iee perfonance of "George during which novelty stunts were per-
be given Saturday, April formed by theorchestra.
The chaperons were: President Har-
parties and non-fraternity ry B. Hutchins and Mrs. Hutchins,
re planning to attend this Dean Mortimer E. Cooley and Mrs.
oups must have a repre- Cooley, Dean ohn R. Efinger and
the Union at 1:30 o'clock CoeDa onR ~fne n
o h an desi:i to Mrs. Effinger, Mr. Frederick P. Jordan
ckets, whether in a block and Dean Jordan, Prof. William C.
nust have a check for the Hoad and Mrs. Hoad, Prof. Wilbur R.
seats wanted at $2.20 each. Humphreys and Mrs. Humphreys'
is not possible to fill the Prof. Louis A. Strauss and. Mrs.

$2.20 seats,,a refund will Strauss, Prof. Rene L. Talamon and
ter through the Union for Mrs. Talamon.
lce caused by the substi- The committ..e in charge was:
.00 or $1.50 seats. Douglas Dow, chairman, . David L..
congestion and to expe- Beers, Edgar Bradley, Albert B.
;ning up for tickets, each Evans, Edgar D. Flinterman, Hugh
e provided with an envel- W. Hitchcock, Caroline M. Leonard,
ich his order will be writ- Ruth M. Mills, Maynard M. Newton,
e will then enclose his Harry Parsons, Frances M. Smith, Ar-
fairness to each group 'the thur D. Stauffer, and Joseph E. Wil-
ive after making out his hams.
draw one of several num- -
will run high enough to PROF. FRIDAY NOMINATES"
umber of purchasers. The BANK APPLICANTS TONIGHT
,wn will be placed on his _
nid the order for tickets
d in the order of number Prof. David Friday, of the econom-
s was decided upon as the ics department, will meet all stu-
tial form of allotment and dents of the University who are inter--t
way of taking care of ord- ested in the national city bank ,aol-
ry, as distribution of tick- lege training for foreign banking sere-
*be made until later. Men ice at 8 o'clock this evening in room
e will not be accorded the 102, economics building.
drawing a number, but Three men will be nominated by Pro-
ced at the bottom of the fessor Friday from Michigan, one or
time. all to be selected after personal in-

Biryan 's Ambitun . Is DischargeBSIESADII
OfDebt To Americdi; Not OffceAFIRKEOT
New York, March 19.-William Jen- "Beware of the Dam" wasthe sub- AR MO R Y -01T
nings Byran declared here tonight ject of the Nebraskan's address. Com- i
that his ambition wa not to enjoy paring civilization to a ty riverLCAT
the honors of public dfice but to dis- which will not be denii he listed
charge as fully as i possible his debt obstructions which have dhokke'-the
of gratitude to the American people. way and those which he declared must
Mr. Bryan made know his stand in go.
a speech at a dinner arranged in cel- Calls Profteer An Obstacle TRACK 'MET RESULTS
ebration of his 60th birthday anniver- In the latter class he placed the
sary by friends and admirers in all profiteer, private monoply, obstacles Results of the Northwestern
parties. This address is the first o a to the wage earner's progress and the track meet will be announced
states, farmer's aevance, and the rules of the tonight in the lobby and tap
room- of the Union.
Will Work for Country United States senate which he declar-
If a kind providence adds years to ed t. be framed so as to allow a ma-
my life," Mr. Bryan said, "they will be jority to close #ebate and compel a
spent in an earnest effort to putting vote. .MR BIEm aA i N
the American people in complete con- He suggested "three remedies that 1J It( 1 ,.1 IIb1
trol of their government and to pro- surpass all others in effectiveness Y' LT
omote peace among all the nations to freedom of speech, supplying ,of cit- I
the end that the conscience of our izens witly incorruptible channels of TAK AIIIB U IIM
&buntry and the world may hold sure- information, a government bulletin -GOVERNOR LOWDEN.
ly and more speedily, overthrow in- not a newspaper; and faith in the in- -
justice and establish among men the telligence and integrity of the people." Believes Students Should Receive In.
nearest possible approach to the di- He refused "to admit the possibility
vine measure of rewards. of a revolution in the United' States." struetion in Political Is-/
tsues
ARME)W"RKM E C N RE TITLE " don't see what harm would result
Rfrom 'allowing political. speakers to
'talk in Hill auditorium, providing
CAPTURE ESSEN ASTAEl1TOIthere is no discrimination shiwn,"
said Gov. F. O. Lowden yesterday
mring whnakd'i pnoo
v00 Casualties Occur As Result Of Michigan Will Tryo Win Ind mor en aske his opiin
Heavy Fighting Fri. Championship forThird Colt. upon colleges bject.Ihae always looked
sax.seodlrelsteuponcollgesas little communities in
.secdtlve t..themselves where Athe students were
- interested not only in local problems,
BERLIN STILL IN THROES OF ILLINOIS AND CHICAGO LOOM but in national problemsas well.
REVOLT AND DISTURBANCES AS WOLVERINES' CLOSFI RIVALS Courses are give in political science
--- and I should think these speeches
(Late Associated Press Bulletin) Evanston, Ili., March 19.-Deter- might be cnsidered .as a sort of a
Berlin, March 19.-Essen was sur- mined to give the other Big Ten clinic for such studies." -
refidered to armed workingmen after schools the fight of their lives, the Governor Lowden was also asked
heavy fighting this afternoon. It is remainder of the Michigan track team what he thought of a student ballot.
estimated that 300 people were killed. rminer ofpthe MJhigant eam-"I think it is a very good idea," he
Report has it that communists have tance men here late this afternoon t said. "Anything that will tend to in
occupied five railroad stations in Ber- compete in' the Conference indoor tnest the students In the current pro-
lin and that troops are being rushed cmee in the n or blems of the nation is commendable,
i armed cars. - metStrynight iand I think a ballot of this kind would
. .dwesterngymnasiube of great Iyalue for this reason
Berlin, March 19.--Berlin has not Members of the squad reported alone."
yet succeeded i, emerging from the themselves in prime condition for the '
chaos into which, it was thrown by attempt which the Michigan athletes L LTE WIRE BRIEFS
the Itapp revolt over a week ago. Al- IvII make to carry off the indoor hon. -
though almost all of the troops which or for the third. consecutive time. ,M
formed the backbone of,the revolt have No overconfidence is evidenced by the London, March 20.-The Lord Mayor
left the city, disorders contiiued Wolverines, as they realize fully the of Cork was shot dead at 1 o'clock
spasmodically during Thursday night odds against which they will con- this morning. The revolver was fired
and Friday. Many casualties, both in tend, by a masked person; the identity of
killed and wounded, occurred during It is expectedthat the competition the murderer .o known. He escaped
that period. in this year's meet will be exception- .
In addition to further shooting in ally keen between Illinois, Chicago,
which a number of persons were kill- and Michigan, and the winning team New York, March 1.-Eamon N.
ed in front of the Hotel Adlon, three will be fortunate if it Is able to gary DeValera, president ,of the republic of
officers 'were shot dead and oae was ner 30 points. *'"Ireland, announced today that the
mortally wounded at 1 o'clock today Jhnsou Big Fator adoption by the United States. of a
by members of the security police, reservation to the peace treaty ap-
stationed at the Brandenburg gate. In Johnson is counted on to bring in proving the principle of sef-determi-
sttine atrthe Borndweburg~ ger nthe majority of the Wolverine points- nation for the Irish people had fulfill-
kthed ealy mevworndein ersore He is only entered in three evets, but ed his mission 'to this country.
which ended in street fighting. Michigan supporters are confident t The announcement was made in a
the Maize and Blue captain ti rake telegram to Arthur Griffith, acting
first in each case, despite the stiffpresident of the republic of Ireland.
RADICALS IN POWER competition he will encounter, espe-
Berlin, March 19.-Persons arriving ially in the high jump. London, March 19.-Private advices
in Berlin by automobile from points 11#nois probably puts forth the best from Paris state that the' Ebert gov-
in south Germany report that the rad- balanced team and is expected to push ernment has asked the Allies to per-
ical labor elements are everywhere in the Wolverines to the himie.' The 1111- mit it to send German toops to put
charge In the important Industrial ni are strong in the dashes and the down Bolshevism in parts of the neu-
centers. These travelers state that distance runs ift which they will give talzone which was established by the
the workers are nqt only armed but the Chicago athletes a hard fight. On peace treaty and 'in which the Ger-
are besieging the government troops the other hand, if the Maroons are able mans were not to have troops. There
in their own barracks in southwestern to take the majority of the points in ,was no intimation what actirn the Al-
and central Germany and that soviet the mile and two mile they may ott- lies would take in granting it.
governments have -been installed in score either of, the other two teams.
several cities. Many Individusl Stars RIFLE CLUB, PLANS TO
AMERI SAFE Wisconsin, Northwestern; ndana, INCREASE MEMBERSHIP
Washington, March 19.-Official ad- and Iowa are each sending individual
vices from Berlin today said that no performers who are expected to take The Jm Ae club met last night in
Amerioans or other foreigners as far several places. It seems certain that room 445 nginerng building to com-

as known were injured during the the points will lie more evenly distrib- pee pans .or the club and to wort;
counter r lution in German. uted in this year's meet than 'has been ?up competitive shoots between schools.
The dispatches said the national as- the case for several =seasons. The state rifle team will probably be
sembly would take up in Berlin Mon- Michigan is hopeful that Slaughter, chosen from this club, and will par-
day the question of amnesties for Baker, Cook, Losch, Butler, Beardsley, ticipate in the national matches 'at
Camp Perry, Ohio, held between July
those who participated in the Kapp Burkholder, and Earle will be able to iand Auy 28. he Michign state
revolt. The personnel of- the Ebert take enough points to win the meet team of which eight Michigan men
government was expected to return to when added to, those that Captain were members won the 14th place at
Berlin Saturday, it was said, and Doc- Johnson is counted on to #arner. - the iational matches la4st yea, out of
tor Schiffer, minister of justice in the 7teams. George Gilmore, '22, wou
od cabinet, is acting chncellor of the SUNDAY LAST DAY FOR UEION the 25th plhce out of 2,700 contest-
old regime. REGISTRATION, WARNS HURLEY ants. The club expects to increase its
.I - nembership to more than 150 men.
Newberry Jury Reaches No Deellon "Any Tian who has not registered
Grand Rapids, March 19.-The jury with the Union and still plans to do Overseas Mon to Disauss Constitution
in the Newberry conspiracy, trial fal-s o, has only until 6 o'clock Sunday Consideration of the constitution
ted to reach a verdict today. After evening for that purpose," was the which has just been framed 1- the pro-
more than eight hours' deliberation 'statement of George Hurley, general' gram for the Overseas league meeting
word was sent to Judge Sessions that, secretary of the Union. He said that 'at 7:30 o'clock next-Tuesday evening to
'no report was ready and he exeused this was th last extension that would the second floor reading room of the
the 12 men .until 9 'o'clock tomorrow. be pBsible 'for the present 'semestet Union. This meeting takes the place
and urges every man who has not al- of the one scheduled for last Thursday
ready signed up to do so before Sun- evening, which was indefinitely post-
day evening. pored.

OF SOY LWOEN'S
II ARBOR1 AUICES
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN
FAVOR OF MANY
REEVISIONS
MENTIONS SUCCESS OF
BUDGTS IN ILL INOIS
Founder of Lowden Prize Awrded In
Northern Oratorical
League
"There has been no progress in the
system of government in the last hun-
dred years, no nor since the Consti-
tution was formed, in fact, there has
been retrogression," said Frank o.
Lowden, candidate for the Republi-
can presidential nomination, when
speaking to a crowded house at the
Majestic theater yesterday afternoon.
Governor Lowden delivered an ad-,
dress on the need of .business man-
agement in government affairs, fol-
lowing an introduction by Regent Ju-
nius Beal, who said that the Illinois
-governor was a man who possssed
all the requirements needful, for Low-
den was rich in experience in execu-
tive and business matters.
Treasury Overburdened'
Governor Lowden lamented the, fact
that while world politics were taught
in schools, there seemed to be too lit-
tle time to teach "business in govern-
ment.". In elaborating on his state-
ment that there had been a retrograd-
ing trend in the governmental busi-
ness Mr. Lowden saidehat the treas-
ury department no longer was the de-
partment of finance that Alexander
Hamilton intended it to be but was
simply a transmitting office for the
estimates of the other departments.
"The treasury department has to su-
pervise the department of public
health, coast guard, public buildings,
and various other similar boards, and
it is impossible for one department to
adequately supprvise all these activ-
ities. The functions of government
are not divided into 10 departments
but rather into hundreds which over..
lap and compete ,with, one another.
Private business. systems have been
revised many times but we either fail
to realize that governmental affairs
need a change or else we are too en-
grossed in private business to attend
to them. We are in danger of na-
tional bankruptcy if there is not a
change soon," he continued.
Too Many Civil Service Men
"Economists state that for every
dollar of tax that is paid by the man-
ufacturer the consumer pays five'"was
the statement made by the governor.
"There are more than 1Q0,00 fivil
service men in Washington at the
present time in contrast to a few less
during the stress of the war an4 to
32,000 before the conflict. Taxes have
risen from one to five and one-half
billions in the last four years and Ibe
lacreased expense of the government
is out of proportion to the revenue-re-
ceived," he said. "I believe the high
cost of government is responsible par-
tially at least for the high cost of liv-
ing. Our government is too apt to ap-
point a commission and then to think
the problem is solved. There is nothing

so hard to get rid of as a public of-
fice; it approaches immortality."
Tells of Suetess in Illinois
After relating his success in Illi-
nois in revising the system of appro-
priations by means of the budget sys-
tem Governor Lowden expressed his
ideas of improvements in the national
government. "Do away with 41 of the
42 agencies that have to do with the
public health, and then the treasury
department would have more time to
deal with estimates, and would cut
down expenses," said Lowden. "There
are too many agencies in each depart-
ment that duplicate and overlap one
ranother and interfere with their prop-
er function,"
Treasury Should Cut Expenses
To make the treasury department's
chief function the cutting down of ex-
penses and to give it the power to in-
vestigate, limit, or if need be to in-
crease the estimates of the various
departments, instead of being just the

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