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ose of Meeting is to Discuss
fairs of Undergraduate Gov-


Michigan is to be represented by
four men at the intercollegiate con-
ference on undergraduate government,
to be held at the Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology on April 15 and 16.
Lester E. Waterbury, '21L, managing
editor of Chimes, Le Grand A. Gaines,
'21E, president of the Student coun-
'cil, George O. Brophy, '22L, managing
editor of The Daily, and Paul W. Eat-
on, '21, president of the Union, will
attend the meeting. It was decided
early in' February that Gaines and
Eaton would go to the conference, but
the names of Brophy and Waterbury,
who represept MVichigan's publications,
are being announced for the first time.
The athletic board was asked to send
delegates, but decided against doing
The aim of the confqrence, acord-
ing to the ircular which was received
by Gaines, is to bring the representa-
tives of various colleges together to
discuss the. problems of undergraduate
government. The movement originat-
ed when delegates of Cornell, Prince-
ton, Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, and
Technology met at the University club
of New York on Dec. 22, 1920, and de-
cided that this group should act as an
executive committee and take charge
of the conference.
Plans havebeen arranged to have
four separate but simultaneous tmeet-
ings--one discussing the problems of
student governing bodies, another ath-
letics, another publications, and an-
other musical clubs and dramatics. At
the final meeting on the last day, re-
sults of the preliminary meetings will
be presented.
Three Varsity, athletic team' cap-
tains are included in the personnel of
the Dartmouth college musical clubs
which give a concert at 8:30 o'clock
tonight at the Hotel Statler in De-
troit. The clubs this year are making
the longest trip in their history, play-
ing in 15 cities from Boston to Chi-
cago. .
The Dartmouth club of Detroit, un-I
der whoe auspices the concert is pe-
ing given, has issued a hearty invita-
tion to all Michigan student's to at-
tend. It is the hope of Dartmouth
alumni in the Mid-West that the ex-
change 'of ideas between students of
the two colleges will serve in arous-
ing more interest in the possibility ofi
a Michigan-Dartmouth football game
next fall.
The program for the concert, which
will be followed by dancing from 10
until 1 o'clock, Will be composed of1
numbers by the Glee, Mandolin, and,.
Banjo clubs, as well as specialty acts
and novelties..
Tickets are on sal at Wahr's at
$5.50a couple,-war tax included. They
may also be procured in Detroit at
Grinnell's music store.

An ounce Union p aIa D RPII f Soph engineers
Orchestra Opera U NominateLlForCL
Trip Personnel IEStudenteCounCOl
Namnes of the men who will compose Sophm e eCouncatth ilM CHIAN OR
Uh ihgn1*o ocetat c nion Services Committee Includes ,hI
the ichiga Uoion orh tomac Un ny rominent Men os Sophomore engnes, at their meet-
company the opera on its eight lay y UnisCrRnominated J.
tour, were announced last night. Tentative Schedule E. Johns, '23E, and Howard L. Cooper,
The names of the m en chosen fol- n23E, for the Student council, and '
low:. First violin, Daniel H. Sinclair, SEPARATE DENOMINATIONS Richard H. Rowland, '23E, and Edward ITSGON ON
'22, H. L. Grosvenor, '23, and Samuel C Haug '23~E for the honor cmmt
H. Himmeistein, '22; second violin, WILL CONDUCT MEETINGS C' 01-j The "What's Going On" col-
. tee. Johns and Cooper will run on the umn will run notices of events
W. E. Moore, '22, and William R. Mc-
Cloy, '22; violas, J. E. Comin, '23E, Headed by the names of Thomas R. All-campus ballot, at which time one taking place during vacation in
and D. K., Grisier, '23; cellos, C. B. Marshall, ex-vice-president of the of these men will be elected to the the Friday morning issue. All
Peirce, '24M, and W. L. Newbury, '23E; United States, Dr. Wilfred T. Gren- council. notices must be in before 5
bass viol, J. H. Pilkington, '21E; flute, o'clock Thursday night if they'
Doula M.Tel, 21; ooe ~.H.fell, Labrador missionary and physi- The social committee reported that are to be included.
Douglas M. Teal, '21D; oboe, W. H. aet eicue.
Seeley, '22E1 clarinets, H. S. Sher- cian, William 0. Thompson, president final arrangements were being made
man, '21, and R. A. Cowles, '22E of Ohio State university, Charles M. for a class party to be held on the t_
bassoon, Joseph E. Williams, '22E; Schwab, executive and capitalist, and evening of April 23 at Barbour gym-
horn, W. P. Lyons, '22E; trumpets, F. Jane Addams, settlement worker and nasium. Music for the party will be r-
B. Tmomas, '22, and E. M. Beresford social reformer, a tentative list of urnished by "Nobe" Weatherbee's U YAI I A 9NC0OGE0T[1
'22; trombone, H. C. Seeley, '21E; and orchestra. Tickets will go on sale im-
percussion, E.' F. Bacon, '22E. speakers who will be invited to appear mediately after spring vacation.
here next year on Union services pro- 'Plans for a class memorial were I I Rfl
grams has beeq made by the Union presented to the class by Roswell Dil- -
rervcnscnmitterafthe tuentlon, '21E, who advocated the extension ....
Christian association. Swa and Bull Selected as Councl
Ote nms nh lg ae H m.orial lights in front of the Unman. Candidates at
11S, Other names on the lilt are: H. C. Each of the four engineering classes
I TO PtICTO N IG TKing, president of Oberlin college, now in school would erect one light, Large
Robert E. Speer, former missionary making the plan complete when the
and author of religious works, Rev. present freshmen have been graduat- FLAG RUSH REINSTATED
J. E. Sweeey, '03L, One of Speakers Hugh Black, theologian, Shailer Math- ed. The idea is being presented to all BY FACULTY PERMISSION
on Commerce Club ews, educator and editor,-Charles Stel- of the classes, and if appioved will be
Program zle, lecturer and soci logist, Roger carried through. John C. Cary, '22L, and Angus G.
Babson, noted statistician, Sir Auck- -
SUBJECT IS ON RELATION land Geddes, former ambassador to the OFn AGez 2M wr oiae o h
OF EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYE United States from Great Britain,An-JAFIT 1. PA R"IS presidency of the Student council at
son Phelps Stokes, secretary of Yale IIUUUEthe meeting of that body last night
"The American Plan of Employ- university, Evangeline Booth, of the at the Union. R. Emerson Swart,
ment" upon which J. E. Sweeney, Salvation Army, Mary Woolley, of LUUUL22E, and L. Perkins Bull, '23, were
the Mt. Holyoke college, and :many nominated by the council as council
03.-ertr fteAscae m yothers of equal note.- candidates-at-large.
players association of Detroit, speaks I Although the weather offered many
tonight, is a method of co-operation It is expected thateach of the pro- Faculty permission has been ob-
between employers and employesg year wi n carge o c tamed by the council committee of
which has grown into national prom- a separate denomination, though a ciative audience attended the three which Roswell Dillon, '21E, is chair-
inence within the past year, because ,few dates are yet to be taken by the plays given by the Players club at man, for the reinstating of the Flag
of its extensive application to indus- churches. There will be nine services their meeting last night, rush in the spring games. This event
try in Detroit. Secretary Sweeney on the following dates: Oct. 16 (open); The first of the three plays to be was ruled out some years ago by the
will explain the plan in his talk at 8 Nov. 24, Thanksgiving services (Lu- "Tfaculty on the grounds that too many
o'clock this evening in Natural Sd- theran); Dec. 11 (open) Jan. 15 pinjuries resulted but the committee in
ence auditorium.- His engagement (Presbyterian); Feb. 12 (open); Feb. Moon". A. L. McCaffery, '23, and Ham- charge of the event for this year will
here was secured by the Commerce 26 (Jewish); March 12 (Baptist); ilton Cochran, '22, played the leading take precautions that the rules cover-
club as one of its series of speeches. pril 2 (Methodist); May 7 (open). A parts. McCaffery as the ragged man inp the event will be stringent enough
, He will endeavor to make clear the woman speaker will be on the plat- performed this difficult role credita to insure safety.
form Dec. 11. It was voted by the council that the
exact position of the large majority A plan ha beeh worked t b the bly. Cochran layed the part of a itis yofeah nomnee hose
pla hatsitebeeyns worskedde ou y tequalifications of each nominee whose
bf Detrotetmoyr who stand e- . C. A. which eliminates, conflicts sargeant on the London police force shall appear on the ballot in the
shop ideas. In his hwn words he de- between the various speakers secured The next play was "The Workhouse All-campus election shall be run in
scribes the plan as follows: "What by the several denominations for Ward". This play consists of a live- The Daily. It was also voted that the
we want is simple justice; the free- week-end and Sunday engagements. ly argument between the two work- numerals of each candidate shall not
dom of every man to work where he There will be one of these men in Ann house wards, Mike McInerney, play- be run after his name on the ballot.
pleases, the freedom of the emp>oyer Arbor each week next year, but they ed by H. D., Tubbs, '22E, and Mi- These measures were taken by the
to hire wham he pleases, and m. just will appear one at a time. chael Miskell, played by R. S. Tubbs, council to make the election as fair as'
compensation graduated according to '22. + possible and to eliminate, as far as
worth and willingness, and not based UNION ANNOUNCES Mike the belligerent and Michael the possible, any people voting blindly.
on fraternal afiliation any more than SPRING pious continually kept the audience in
on racial, religious or political attri-SPOTLIGHT laughter by their spirited words. Mike FRESH
butes." was pugnacious even thongh Jie suf-
Mr. Sweeney will be the guest at a A spring spotlight vaudeville to be fered many "internal pains". ANNUAL FROLIC
dinner given in his honor at 6 o'clock given the latter part of the month was Catherine Greenough, '24, as Mrs.
this evening in the Union. A round announced yesterday by the Union. It Donohoe, played the part of the un- At the meeting of the freshman lit-
table discussion will be held there so is to be of the same character as the appreciated sister whose efforts to erary class yesterday afternoon it was
that all those who are interested in Union spotlight last fall, but the acts take Mike out of the workhouse were any ha t ermission has
the question may come into personal will be entirely new. unsuccessful. announced that permission has been
contact with the speaker, and have Those who have acts which can be The third and last play, "The granted to hold the annual Freshman
any details cleared up. Tickets can be put on are asked to see E. Mortimer Spreading of the News", included a frolic and that plans for the dance
secured this afternoon from 4 to 5 Shuter this afternoon, as he leaves much larger cast. It portrayed the are well under way. The time, place,
o'clock, at the office of the Commerce on the eight day opera trip tomorrow manner in which rumor grows and and the method of distributing the
club in room 141 of 'the Natural Sci- afternoon. It is necessary that the spreads, enlarging with each retell- tickets for the frolic has not yet been
ence building. tentative program be drawn up be- ing. determined, but will appear in The
fore spring vacation as the show is Henry Goff, '23, as Bartley Fallon, Daily soon after spring vacation.
EXPERT TO GIVE TALK to be given soon after college is re- "the unfortunate man", carried out The class voted to present sweaters
ON SEX HYGIENE TONIGHT sumed. (Continued on Page Eight) to the eight men who played on the
class basketball team. Russell' A.
Thorhquist, '24, was elected as class
Those interested in the various seI[gr
'phases of social hygiene, especially '__basebllmanage,_
in the methods of teaching it, have
informal conference given by Dr. T. -U. S. ARMY COMMISSIONS

W. Galloway, assistant director of theg*
American Social Hygiene association, ENTIRJE SQUAD SEEMS IN GOOD urday and which is the occasion' for Preliminary examinations of candi-
at 4:15 o'clock today i Newberry hall. PHYSICAL CONDI- the Michigan track meet, a crew race dates for 'commissions in the United
Dr. Galloway was formerly connect- TION with the University of Washington, Statesarmy will be held at 10 o'clock
ed with Beloit college and is in a po- and a baseball game with Leland tomorrow in the campus office of the
sition to give the most recent con- Stanford, has never before reached R. 0. T. C. 'hese' examinations will
clusions on -sex education that have Michigan's track team went through such a pitch. The seat sale for the consist merely of physical inspection
been developed, according to Dr. W. its second workout on the California triple events has been enormous. The and investigation of general qualifica-
E. Forsythe, head of the Health serv- oval yesterday afternoon. The Wolver- University of Washington's eight has tions, recommendations, and academic
ice. He is following the policy of the ine squad created quite a surprise with been working on the Oakland estuary record, according to Maj. Robert Ar-
association of dealing with the lead- its showing. The men seem to lbe in since the beginning of the week and thur, president of the board of exam".
ers in character education instead of good form and physical condition. the appearance of two such formida- ining officers. Mental examinations
with individuals themselves. California. followers are looking for ble rivals on California soil has stimu- will be held April 25 at Fort Wayne,
the strongest competition of the year lated enthusiasm never before equal- Mich.
University V. F. W. Invited to Banquet from the Maize and Blue team. ed on the coast. Vacancies in the line branches ,of
Invitations to attend a banquet of Coach Farrell, Manager Fisher and Following their workout yesterday the army totaled 3,895 on March 22,
the V. F. W. at the Armory at 7 the team were met at the depot by the afternoon, Michigan's track team went according to Major Arthur, so the
o'clock tonight have been extended to reception committee of the University to San Francisco, where it was enter- chances for promotion of the 2,585
members of the University post of the of California and were conducted to tained at a dinner by the Olympic men to be commissioned as a result
organization by officers of the Ann the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, where club. Tonight a reception will be of the coming examinations are ex-
Arbor post. the team will have its headquarters. tendered the team ,by "Hubs" Hen- cellent. Students will be enabled to
J The first workout Tuesday afternoon bel, Michigan Varsity quarter and half co'mplete their academic work of the
Var.ity Baseball Picture Today was limited to limbering up the mus- back on the '10, '11, '12 teams. To- present semester.
All Varsity baseball men who will cles and becoming acquainted with the gether with the Washington crew, the All candidates who have submitted
make the spring training trip are ask- conditions of the California oval Wolverines will be entertained at the applications and others who are in-
ed to appear at 3 o'clock this after- where the meet will be held Saturday. annual axe rally, at. which 10,000 Call- terested should report to Major Ar-
noon 'at Ferry field, in uniform, when Interest and enthusiasm over Cali- fornia supporters will rally to the thur at 10 o'clock Friday, or as soon


Several Baseball Coaches Bing
sidered by Board for
Derrill Pratt, Michigan b
coach, has decided to join the
Red fox in New York about th
die of April, after being release
his three year contact by the
in Control of Athletics. The d
came after a number of wee
doubt, during whch time he h
ceived a number of big offers
President Frazee of'the Boston
'Was Reluctant to Leave
Coach Pratt made his final de
yesterday after a number of d
consideration following the meel
the board last Saturday night
he was told that they would r
him if he desired to accept F
offer. It is said that the laS
fer to Pratt is approximately
for a two year contract. ev
this sum, Pratt as very relut
leave Ann Arbor as he is desir
making his home here. It is ex
that during the next two years,
will spend his time off duty hell
coach the Michigan team.
Pratt will 'make the souther
with the team, leaving here I
night. He will probably join hi
Sox when they play in New
about the middle of April afte:
open their season in Washing
Board Considers New 1ei
' The Board in Control of Athle
considering several men for te
tion left vacant by Pratt. Amo
most likely to be 'awardd the p
are Mordecai (Miner) Brown, m
of the Terre Haute club,' who
formerly one of the Chicago
pitchers an Ray Fischer, i
who is now with the Cincinnati
Both men have had experien
coaching. The former coached I
for a short time, and Fischer has
ed the diamond teams of several
eastern colleges.
The Board in Control of At
hopes to reach .a definite decis:
to the new baseball mentor, as
desired to have him take the
ern trip with Coach Pratt an
Attorney General Daugherty
and Prof. David Friday will 1
speakers at the annual dinner
Michigan University club' of
land on April 15, according to
gram from the Michigan club t
Daily. The message announce
the dinner will be held at the
versity club 'and sends a spei
vitafion to all Cleveland men ob
camnpus to be present.
The club also invited Secrets
the Navy Denby, '96L, to be one
speakers, but the new secretary
it impossible to attend'. Professe
day has not yet decided on wha
ject he will speak.,
Orders for senior lit comn
ment invitations are not coming
rapidly as they should, accord:
the committee,. and seniors are
to be more prompt, as it is imp
that this be arranged as soona
sible. All order blanks have
mailed out by the committee, a
ing to Donald J. Porter, '21,
man, but anyone who has not re
one can send his order to the
lit invitation committee, 823 E.

ley street, where they will be
the same consideration as other
Donaldson Speaks in Albio'
Bruce M. Donaldson, of the fin
department of the University, de
ed a lecture on "How to Judge
ture" last night in Albion. Th
ture was before an Albion clu
w g..-.An.. +k- - - -.,





on is called to the fact
trains run on Central
ch is one hour slower
i Arbor city time.'-
hicago special on the
Central, Friday, will be
occupancy at 1 o'clock,
leave at 1:23 o'clovk
time, or 2:23 o'clock
or time.

4YI.U, um4v~yrity aUU'J, wiW.leA 1sitsz-

stauaarcts ' or 'weir aima. Trutt'.

aver as possime.

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