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April 04, 1920 - Image 6

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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

NUMBER 1
Dontinued from Page One)
electing the all-tournament fives
2s Mather and Mitchell were fac-
a great number of players ofq
. Many players were on teams
ated in early games, and did not
a proper chance to show their
to berths on the mythical five.
.alamazoo quintet, playing only
Of of the first game, had two or
players with recognition outside
state.
Shifts Found Necessary
as found necessary to.shift men
he positions which they played
games, to make room for oth-
o could play only the one place.
eral cases centers were placed"
ward or guard because of de-,
e playing above the' average.
d, Ann Arbor center and captain,
e high scorer of the tournament,j
ng 12 baskets from the field.
o made the highest number of
in one game, scoring 18 in the
with Sault Ste. Marie.
er, of the Northern team, made
st foul shooting record, scort
ringers in a total of 31 at-
. In the final game with North-
n he made seven in ten at-
, after a bad start. Richards,
g forward, was prevented from
g his best game by a lame
BOX SCORE
rthern Det. Northwestern
Capt. F. ..,.. .Carty
Than .....R.
..........L.F.. Sweeney, Jones,
York
.d ......... . ..:. . Vreeland
w .....R ..... Smokeweiz
......L.G... Springsteen,
Capt.
ets-Vreeland 2, Carty 2, York;
McWood.
goals, Kirker, 7-10; Carty, 7-14.
>f quarters-8 minutes. Score
alf-Northwestern 9, Northern
-feree--Olds. Umpire--Steven-

NUMBER 2

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function for women as th.3 Union
building does for men.
Regents Approve Plan
President Hutchins stated that the
Regents would give support to any
movement for the purpose of erecting
such a building. "The men needed
the Michigan Union and its success is
positive proof that the movement was
a wise one. ThE women need just such
a house. The matter was up before
the Regents at their last meeting. On
my suggestion a resolution was pass-
ed by the Board to the effect that the
Regents favored such a movement
and favored the acquiring of this par-
ticular site."
Reports brought in from alumnae
groups from Lansing, Detroit, Toledo,
Cleveland, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids,
and Kalamazoo showed that $1,500
will be raised by them before June to
apply on the Alumnae residence debt,
which amqunts at present to $3,453.76.
NUMBER 3 s
(Cntinued from Page One)
surroundings of the theater after the
two months' preliminary practice in
the cramped Union quarters.
Get New Effects
New effects have been Strived for
this year, the large chorus numbers
being practically eliminated. Individ-
ual dances and songs are the main
things' in "George Did It," and the
results justify the change.
"This year's show has mnore indi-
vidual acting than ever before," said
Mr. Shuter. "The men have come up to
my expectations and will put their
parts over in fine shape, and much bet-
ter than the old mass numbers."
"George Did It' was written by Rus-
sel Barnes, '20, and the musical num-
hers w'ere composed almost entirely
by George Roderick, '20E. John Sand-

ford Wilson, '23L, Patrick Nertney,
'22L, and R. Scheurman. Glenn Otto
also contributed selections. Scenery,
which is done in the futuristic style,
was painted by Carl Bromel, who was
the artist of the "Come On Dad" set-
ting. The matter of producing and
directing the opera was placed in thv
hands of E. Mortimer Shuter, who
worked on last year's production.
The opera is produced under the au-
spices of Mimes of the Michigan
Union.'
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NUMBER 4

(Continued from Page One)
army is to be created later if
agreement is kept.

ibrary Work Offered In Summer
Seven courses in Library methods
are to be offered during the Summer
session. These courses are varied and
include both elementary and advanc-
ed work.

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SUNDAY
7:30 A. M.-Easter breakfast at the
Methodist church, followed by devo-
tional services.
3:00-Twilight recital in Hill auditor-
ium. Complimentary.
3:00-Medical lecture by dean Hins-
dale at the Homoeopathic hospital.
6:00-Social half hour at the Meth-
odist church, followed by the Wes-
leyan guild service.
6 :30 - ntarian guild forum in church
parlors. Mr. R. K. Immel will
speak on "Popular Fallacies."
6:30-Mr. E. E. Staub of the Hudson
Motor Car company speaks at the
Baptist church.
MONDAY
7:30-Trip Mandolin club members re-
hearse in University Hall.
7:34-Sigma Chis from outside chap-
ters meet at the Sigma Chi house.
8:15- Union opera at the Whitney
theater.
TUESDAY
4:15--Dean C. H. Benjamin speaks to
engineering students in University
Hall.
.:00-Phi Sima initiation banquet,
third floor, Union.
7:00-Overseas Club meets at the Un-
ion.
7:00-St. Clair County club meets at
the Union.
7:15-Athena Literary society meets
in club rooms, University hall.
7:30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets in club rooms, Univer-
sity hall. I
8 :15-Union opera at the Whitney
theater.
U.N OTICES
senior laws are asked to obtain meas-
urements for caps and gowns at
Moe's before spring vacation.
E. B. Welton and F. L. Smith are re-
quested to call Elliott, 2630-W, in
regard to the jerseys won in the re-
cent swimming meet.

Advance Is Successful
The Hague, April 3.-The general
advance of the German government
troops along the entire front against
the insurgent forces in the Ruhr and
neighboring industrial regions, which
began at 7 o'clock Friday morning, has
been successful. according to well-in-
formed, Dutch sources. The right wing
of the advancing troops forced the
Reds to retreat across the Testerberg
and the gdvernment forces already
have penetrated Hamborn, the advices
state. %
At the center of the front the gov-
ernment troops have taken Caroling-
hausen, 13 miles northwest of Essen,
driving the reds before them, while
the left wing is advancing from Hamm
westward.
The resistance of the red , army,
which is reported not under the con-
trol of its nominal leaders, is said
to have been generally weak. The
leaders, the Dutch accounts state, are
Germans for the most part, but only
a few of them are professional offi-
cers.
The number of Russians is declared
to be insignificant. Companies of the
red army have been named after pro-
inent Russian and other ex tre fists,
bearing such names as "Comprny Le-
nin," "Company Trotzky" and "Com-
pany Karl Liebknecht."
NUMBER 5
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From Atlanta the Wolverines jour-
ney to Auburn, Ala., where they en-
gage Alabama Polytechnic in a two
game series April 12 and 13. On Wed-
nesday, April 14, Lundgren's men ar-
rive in Athens, for games with the
strong Georgia nine April 14 and 15.
From' Athens the nine start their trip
to the North and arrive in Nash-
ville, Tenn., Friday morning, April 16.
At Nashville the trip is wound up
with two contests with Vanderbilt on
April 16 and 17. The team arrives
home Sunday evening, April 18.

SENSATION plus ATTENTION- 'HAT'S MEMORY
plus a resulting MENTAL-PICTURE
The first step in memory improvement is to train the mind to see
mental-pictures; and to see and retain them at will. Exercises in
mental-picturing arouse keener sensation and attention; wilful con-
centration becomes easier; the power of mental association is devel-
oped.
"Memory and Concentration" (a new booklet), tells how and why.
Proves itself in first lesson. Student's' edition, 60c, at bookstores, or
by mail, with type-written instruction letter, -$1.00. Recreative; aids
other study. Address THE EDUCATIONAL COURSES,
Box98, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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CALIFORN11IA NS- MEET
ie Illinois ,Defeated Handily by Western
h Track Aggregation
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(By Associated Press)
a. Berkeley, Cal., April 3. -The Uni-
xt versity of California defeated the
University of Illinois track and field
team by a score of 74 to 66. California
was superior in the field events but
Illinois had the better of the dis-
tance events and dashes.
Madison, Wis., April 3.-University
of Chicago defeated Wisconsin today
193.75 to 174.75. Tasche of Wisconsin
with 35.626 points was high individ-
ual scorer, .4 of a point higher than
Imlow of Chicago. The contest was a
gym meet.

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Philadelphia, April 3.-- Yale won
both the senior and junior varsity
eight oared shell races over the Hen-
ley course of Schuykill river today.
Both races were close. Yale time in
the senior race, 6.44 and Pennsylva-
nia, 6.47 1-5.
STATE GRAND MASTER AT
CONFERRING OF THIRD DEGREE
Charles B. Eddy, grand master of
the state of Michigan, was present at
the meeting of the Craftsman club at
the Masonic temple last night.
The third degree was conferred be-
fore a large attendance, more than
300 master masons from local lodg-
es and from lodges in several states
in the central west, being present.
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