ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. PRIICE '
Lff oOVER ITES EN R EN i Sphinx Will Open
PRESIDENT ROAC LE PLANSWllp
2For drench Sta
Wrganzation Will Be Effected OnR..--
Thursday "Book of the Marne" to Record Ca-
IIF SM AN 7 .1 Supporters of the Hoover-for-Pres- Musical niationsWill Take Plat-
U dent movement have started to or- form Under Direction of Mr. Collection of subscriptions for the
..... ganize a campus club for the purpose William Wheeler French memorial fund has been plac-
of crystalizing the growing sentiment WitliamoWhexlyrgp
[ORE THAN FIFTY UNIVERSITIES in favor of the former food adminis-- ed Ath ha of S h bypRegis-
WILL SEND DELE- Crator. REORGANI ATION TAKES trar ArturG. ta, and the ca-
GATES A meeting has been planned for 7:30 PLACE AMONG QUARTETTES executive e otte, and that organ-
oclok'Tursdy nght n te Asem-ization yesterday named a committee
o'clock Thursday night in the Assem-whhhadegntdtmro ste
CQ-© ERA ION 'SO GHT blyhai of he nio fo Unveritywhich has designated tomorrow as the
CO-OPERATION SOUGHT bly hall of the Union for University Plans have been formulated for a opening date of the campaign on the
AMONG ORGANIZATIONS men and women interested in helping Pre-trip concert to be given by the campus.
promote the Hoover sentiinent. Varsity Glee and Mandolin club on Places Provided
At the present time therees no party Thursday night, April 1, in Hill audi- Three places will be provided td r-
Oficers l anned for n menbckiof ithbegovlaest torium. This concert is preparatory ceive the subscriptions, one in the
Meetingn r men back of it being of all parties, to the Pacific coast trip of the com- booth in University hall, one in the
and their interest being in the man bined clubs which will be held dur- Engineering arch and one in front of
bimself. Later in the campaign when
University Unions of the country Hoover himself may make some de- ing Spring vacaton, the Library.ddition to the activity on the
will meet in Ann Arbor in a national finite decision the club is to take on UTdripe Mietn t a Sing aputecmmte il aeoe
convention, May 6, 7, and 8, according a party aspect. The object of the Under new direction, that of Wi campus, the committee will name one
to plans now being carried out by the club here is general, say Its promt- 1am 'Wheeler, head of the vocal de- student from each of the ifraternity
Michigan Union. Primarily the object ers, and Is merely to help, inthe nom- partment of the School of Masic, the and sorority houses to handle the
of the convention will be to promote Ination of Mr. Hoover by either of the concert will be given by members of collection in his house.
co-operation and the interchange of great parties and to show the political both clubs who have been picked as Donors Listed
ideas among all university unions. parties how many of the people want trip men on account of their musi- An account of the number of don-
Representative Gathering him as a candidate. cal ability. A complete set of ner ors represented by the University's to-
This convention was firstgven con- try-outs has been given the Glee club tal will be kept and when the cam-
during the past week under the new paign is completed, will be reported
sideration in January when the board .",0director. to the state committee. Similar statis-
of directors authorized the general From a musical standpoint the club tics from every community in the
setay o t suh Uonveto tnd.Al has been entirely re-organized, ac- country will be submitted to the men
reayiore t h a 5 cnnvei A- cordinIg to the management. The per- in chage of the "national drive, and
ready more than 50 unions have sig- bsonne of the quartettes'has been en- this information will be collected in
nified their intention of sending a rep- . I U tirely changed and a new tone is be- the "Book of the Marne."
resentative, and some of them two or ing given to the training in ensem- Book Prepared
three, to this gathering. As an idea iggvnt h ri
the representative character of this Order Permits Partial Absorption of ble singing with the sole purpose of "The Book of the Marne," whicl
27 Per Cent Increase in bettering it musically. will contain the names of all cities,
,meeting, Harvard, Princeton, Pennsyl- wages.heady for Tour
ydnia, Ohio State Illinois, -o wa, °and ae s BayfrTu (Continued on Page Fight)
It is stated that the clubs are prac-
Minnpsota will have men at the Ann tically ready for their coast trip,
Arb~oy' mPetiNg. OPERATORS WARNED AGANST tic ll foreir coastitri
TIaPJ Meet oincides PROFITEERING PRESIDENT which will commence April .,Tlasting 4JUN O ILSIL1
until April 26. The itinerary will n
"$Tha ja'gotention will not be the elude 12 cities, three of which are in np ONSIR
liret national ohyentiOn of unions, (By Associated Press) California, B A iIINC
aitho uth the first pnp to be held in Washington, Plarch 23. - With a The object of the Pre-trip concert is
Ann Arbor. l lane re being made to warning against profieering Presi- to aid in raising funds for the trip.
form a ,nationi prganization at this dent Wilon today ordered abandon- FINAL DRESS REHEARSAL SET
time, to elect omlcers and talke steps ment of government control over bi- BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY NIGHT AT
to make it a permanent institution. tuminous coal prices and asked min- The following Glee club men were WRITE-
Additional Interest centrs in tho ers and operators to negotiate a new chosen late last night to go on the --
fact that the date sot coincies with working agreement on the'basis of the Pacific coast trip. The Mandolin club "This year's play has the stuuggest
the time of the track meet to be held majority report of the coal strike set- personnel will be announced later. plot that has ever bee used in any
with Illinois here. tlement commissions. First tenors, B. F. Ferneau; '21; H. Junior Girls' play," stated prof. John
Programt nomplete w Order Effective April 1 C. Walser, '23M; J. H. Failing, '21; R. Brumm, who is directing the play
The program of the convention will The President ordered termination alternate, C. C. McCormick, '22M; sec- to be given Friday night ud Satur-
Ileo several outside speakers; ot of price control on April 1 when the and tenors, H. 0. Fullerton, '20A; E. day afternoon of this weel in the
r activrd centerin addiiond toprom- new working agreement becomes ef- S. Kingsford, '21; J. A. Riggs, '22E; Whitney theater,
er ativcenters;in addition to prm fective. This will permit at least par- alternate, L. F. Melander, '22E; first Stage properties will be collected
e han n pl tal absorption in coal pries of the basses, D. D. Nash, '20; C. 0. Sar- from sorority houses and dormitories
bspeakershave et been competed yet, tia s in min wag pesabihe ton, '20E; alternate, P. J. Aeatty, 22E; ready for the dres rehearsal to b
_______d___y______ksat.27reen by the commisis second basses, W. L. Kemp, '22M; C. held Thursday night. Some of the
maj~ty7pr t The nca is in a= P. Martzloff, '20; E. T. Jones, '23M; costumes were ordered from Detroit,
TRAVELLER WILL majority report. The increase in wag- alternate, W. C. Elet,'211. lobert A. some are being made by the girls
es the commission estimated will en- Campbell, treasurer of the U~niver- themselves, and the rest are real
SPEAK ON CHINA tail an added annual cost of 200,000,- sity,. will be the faculty representa- oriental oostumes,
000 and includes the 14 per cent in- tiv on the trip. Clmrles R. Osius, Concerning the music of the play,
Another opportunity for learning of ciease awarded the miners in settling Jr.;''20, is the manager. Phil Diamond, whose orchestra has
China, this time of the extreme west- the recent strike. A special rehearsal of the above been employed, pronounces it "excep-
ern portion which has been almost u- Conference Date Not Set men will be held at 8:15 o'clock Wed- tionally good," and predicts a su-
explored up to today, will be given at The operators were reminded that neday in Director Wheeler's studio, cessful production on this score alone.
8 o'clock Thusday night when Wr. unreasonable prices must not result room 206 School of Music.
Emil S. Fischer, manager of the No'th from the relinquishment of price con-2
China Commercial company, speaks in trol and the addition of increased CLASSICAL CLUB TURNS TO Celebrate 25 t ii
the Natural Stience auditorium. wages to their expenses. ONE-ACT PLAY PRODUCTION f A n e r
Mr. 'Fischer comes under the gu- The date of the jointconference of i
spices ,of the Cosmopolitan club at operators and miners to formulate a Initial Trynts for Presentation
the request of Gilbert King, '16, form- new wage agreement had not been set Scheduled for This
e president of the club, who at pre- onight.Afternoon Today marks the 25th anniversary
sent is completing his Chinese studies ____ht.of the founding of the University Y.
at the Lgation Language school unM New York March 23.-The anthra- Changing a policy formerly pur- 1. C. A., which was organized iA 1895
dercite mine operators notified the mine sued; the Classical club will this year by a group of leading men en the
t tker lte lprtoa ntat thy woul turn its attention to the production of campus. In regard to starting of the
a tien author of severAl books on re s to night at 8 ol one-act plays, Initial tryouts for "Y,"'The Daily of Ma'rch, 1895, states:
i twoi ng reply tomorrow night at ktowhich will be held at 4 o'clock today "The prominence which the Univer-
ond one .n German, he has gained a the proposal of the coal diggers to i chr will ,Unhe rity4 o'lo. da sity holds in Intercollegiate athletic
p n t plain he world ofremain at work after April 1 ped- "Helena's Husband," a comedy contests, oratory, and in th frater-
commercial banking. During the Pan- ing negotiations of a new wage agree- which owes popularity to its prsep- nity system makes it particulrly ap-
ama.rPa'cific exposition Mr. Fischer ment "provided the opratrs agree tation by the Washington Square propriate that she take her place in
served as advisor and foreign secre- to make any wage award retro-active players, and "Pericles and Aspasia" the most striking manifestation of the
tary to the Chinese government com- to that date.' have been chosen by the club. intercollegiate spirit."
mission for the fair. Unless a new wage agreement Is While the plays will be open to the
Commercial prqblems, and the rail- reached by April 1 when the present public, they will be combined with CONORESS CALLS PROF. W IITE
road question in general as it con- contract expires the reply to the an- other entertainment about May 1 to TO ADVISE ON NITRATE WORK
cerns China will be touched upon in thracite operators will determine complete the program for'the annual
the lecture, which will be illustrated whether there will be a suspension or, Classical club party, Prof. A. H. White of the chemistry
by numerous slides. work in the hard coal region after department'has been called to Wash-
that date. Illness Confines Heath to Home ington, D. C., In order to be able to
Dartmouth Gle Club to Give Concert Homer Heath, general manager of advise the senate and house on nit-
Dartmouth college Glee and Mando- Music Students to Give Recital the Union, is confined to his home by rate work, should they call upon him
lin clubs will give a concert Tuesday Voice, violin, and piano students of illness. Extra work, caused by ar- to do so. This is the second time Pro-1
evning, April 6, in the Statler hotel, the University School of Music will ranging for the opera, was assigned as fessor White has been called to Wash-
Detroit. The Dartmouth alumni of that give a miscellaneous program at 4:15 one of the causes, but he is expected ington within a short time in an ad-
city have charge of the affair, which o'clock this afternoon in Frieze hall to be out again by the end of the visory capacity, The time of his re-
will be followed by a dance. to which the general public is invited. week. turn is uncertain,
tue fund Thursday
'20 LITS TO CHOOSE
.CLASS DAY OFFICERS
Members of the senior liter-
ary class will hold one of the SOTIET GOVEANMENT IN TH
most important meetings of the SINGIA RINETS TBOL EVI
year at 4. o'clock this afternoon BONEI
in room 205, Mason hall, accord- MONEY
ing to W. W. Hinshaw, '20, pres-
ident of the class. COMMITTEE CALLS OF
One of the matters to be taken STRIKE; WORK RESUM
up is the election of class day-
officers, including the class poet, Kapp's Whereabouts Not Knwn;
historian, prophet, and orator. Killed as Spartaans Attack
Among other business will be Dortmnund Post Ofife
reports of the pipe and cane,
and the social committees.
(By Associated Press).
Cobenz, March 23.-Heavy figl
has been going on since noon be
ig ;;Wesel on the lower bank of
Rhine, where the Reds have atte
uu ++ ed to wipe out the government tr
The Reds are trying to establish a
munication with Holland in ord
secure foodstuffs. Troop mves
MEN WITH 1h HOURS MILITARY to surround the Essen area we
CREDIT OBJECT TO YEARL- progress.
ING TITLE It is -reported that a Spartacai
tack on the post office at Dortt
"That overseas men had been di- this moi'ning resulted in 60 emp]
criminated against," seemed to be the and officenrs being killed.
consensus of opinion at the meetinig In Thuringia thesoviet govern'
of the Overseas club, held last eve- is said to haves appointed a fo
ning in the reading room of the. Mich- mister and to be printing Bo
igan Union. vi n y.
Students With 15 hours credit for
military service who have been in LUETTWITZ ARRESTED
the University for one half semester, Berlin, March 23.-Major Ge'
"Object seriously to being clashed as Luettwitz, the military command
freshmen." the Kapp revolt, has been arrest
A committee of tvw seniors and one is officially announced. Admiral
freshman is to be appointed by Presi- Trotha, chief of the admiralty, al
dent 4oy- W. Johnson, '20, to see the been arrested.
proper. ahritis in regard to the There is no definite news of K
adjustment oQf the question "When. is whereabouts. It is supposed he
a freshinp not a freshman?" his estate in East Prussia.
The strike committee has u
mously proclaimed the general s
ended. Work will be resumed tc
to Campus Women rorw.
WORKMEN CONTROL TOW
Women of the University will be RKM CO .CO dTiW
given an opportunity to participate in the Rhine provinces, where vir
the straw vote to be held Friday, t in proin where vr
March 26 every town is in the hands of
Tables for this purpose will be workmen, rapidly are approach
found in University hall and on the duplication of the conditions pr
first floor of the Library. Each de- Ing in soviet Russia according t
partment will have a table and there Rotterdam Scatcourant's corres:
will be a special table for the fac- ent in Essen and Dortmert.
ulty. The first step following the pi
In addition to the names of can- mation of the soviet republic wa
didates, already printed, there will be opening of prisons and freein,
a blank space for individual selec- prisoners. Coming closely on.
tions. heels of this order was an order I
bourgeoisie to surrender all"fire
RESERVE OFFICERS IN ARMY Emphasis was laid on this by a'
WILL NOT TRAIN THIS YEAR nouncement that failure to c
would entail prosecution by the
Order Aimed to Aid in Adustment lutionary tribunal.
to Civilian HOPE TO GET FOOD
Lif. The hope of the soviet govern
Reserve offleers of the army will the correspondent says, is to gel
not be ealled into service for a train- in exchange for coal from Holla
ing period this year is the substance The soviet councils have take
of the order from the adjutant gen- sharpest measures against lo
eral's office to this effect. says the correspondent, but the
Following is the wording cf the or- requisitioning food and other con
der: "Owing to the large experience ities without pay. The Wolff
gained during the world war and the reau, the semi-official German
desirability of permitting them to be-. agency, declares that the soviet :
come settled in civilian life, reserve papers are absolutely .under
officers in general will not be called censorship.
for training during 1920 and no re-
serve officer will be called for train- Leland Stanford Wins Second
ing during the present year without . Leland Stanford won the s
his consent. If it is decided that a game in the Pacific coast confe
certain class or classes of officers are baseball league last week, ef
to be called for training it will be the Oregon Aggies 3 to 2.
published to the service immediately."
Baxter Succeeds Ehlbert TRYOUTS WANTED
Charles Stewart Baxter,' '21, was TY _S NE
elected president of Pi Delta Epsilon, Sophomore tryouts are wa
honorary journalistic fraternity, at the ed for the business staff of
meeting of the society last night t f Michiganensian. Report at
succeed Mark Ehlbert, '20, who ten-
dered his resignation as the result of business office in the Pr
being elected national treasurer of building this afternoon.
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