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April 21, 1921 - Image 1

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Some misunderstanding resulted oar
from the comment on the Acolyte ar- -°-- OHI0, NEW YORK, AND ILLINOIS
ticle in the review of the current is- Ratification of Pact Now Rests with HAVE NEXT IAROEST
s0 no 'Cimspubihe nystr Legislature of South American E EETAIN,
day's Daily. .Republic
MICHiGAN STARTS WITH A RUSH; While this criticism was written by
NORMALITES GET LONE two mmeso h hlspia oSxyoeprcn ftesuet
RUN IN SIXTH members of the philosophical so- AMENDMENTS TURNED DOWN now enrolled in the University are
UN notTHthe, official publication of the or- QUICKLY WITHOUT ROLL CALLS residents of the state of Michigan, ac-
gnizteofclpbiation ea of the ebr cording to a recent tabulation of the
RUZICKA AND MUDD ON do"wiagtees ih thehconclusions Washington, April 20.- The Colom- University enrollment by states com-
MOUNDHOLD VISITORS reached by the investigators, and the bian treaty growing out of the parti- piled by Registrar Arthur G. Hall.
-$ officers wish it clearly understood that tioning .of Panama was ratified to- Of the 10,623 students now attending
Perrin Led Wolverine Batsmen With the paper was merely read before the day by the senate. It provides for a the University 6,472 , are from the
Three Singles; Many Others club and discussed. It is not intended payment by the United States of $25,- state of Michigan, as against 5,973 last
Hit Wen as a "platform" of the Acolytes. 000,000 to the South American repub- year.
lic, but has yet to be approved by the Ohio Second
Four innings of Ruzicka and five Grh t TO Colombian assembly. Ohio is next in line with a repre-
of Mudd proved toe much for Ypsilanti SENIORIT T PLANT oratian was 59 to
Normal college in the first home game 19, or d1 more than the necessary
of the Wolverine diamond scheduletw-hrsmory. I EA BUR M N
ofth olern daonAsTdueFifteen Republicans and four Dem-
yesterday. The final count was 12 to SWIN bVV IT, MEETIN
1, the lone Ypsi run coming in the - ORdSnao ne oMc
;1, the' ane Ypsirun comig in theocrats voted against ratification. They BI ZENW CU
k itha hedretrsutof.heee-included Senator Townsend,' of Mich~ Nli NE CII
sixth as the direct result of three er- ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE FOR igan.
. DANCE TOMORROW The Harding administration through L AE OGNA
Michigan started things off with atBLADE" ORGANIZED
rush in the early innings, while the "'IGHT ratification of the treaty won its first'
fifht in the senate. The President in TUESDAY
Normalites were held hitless for a message to a special session of the
six rounds. Uteritz, the first man up Formulative plans. for Swing-outa senate March 9, five days after his Fo aBoard students organized a
in the opener cracked out a triple, wil be discussed at a meeting of the inauguration, recommended ratifica- loca'1 chapter of the Gun and Blade
and scored a ew minutes later on senior literary class at 4 o'clock next tion as "very helpful at the present society, an organization sponsored by
Schaklefords duplication of his long ednesday afternoon n room 205, time in promoting our friendly rela- Federal Board officials for the bene-
hit. Two hits, one a double by Ruzic- Mw tonships, fit of the students under their charge,
ka, were mixed with a pair of errors Mason hall. Treasurer McManis will Senator Borah, Republican, Idaho, at a meeting Tuesday night at the
and the Ypsi pitcher's ability to hit a be on hand at this meeting to collect was defeated 49 to 39 in an attempt Union. This club, which will take its
duo of batters to bring About five more dues which should be paid at this de place among the societiesthecam-
, usi h scnadawakadtmrto insert a clause declaring that pr-plcamnthsoiieonteam
runs in the second, and a walk and timne m vision of the treaty could not be tak. pus, will be made up excltsively of
three hits accounted for three Fnore Arrangements have been completed Federal Board students.-
markers in the third.;. for the senior lit informal dance en. as implying that the United States
maided in the Panama revolt or vio ScesElehr
Mudd Takes Mound which is to be held in the Union to lated any treaty with Colombia. The idea is a project of Federal
Mudd took the mound in the fifth morow night. Tickets will be on sale Board officals in Chicago and at the
andhed Ypsiatithmoun twh idfn otheeea ulciftespl s Then without rell call the senate
and held Ypsilanti to two hits during to the general public if the supply is rejected amendments offered by Sen- meeting Tuesdy Commander Gilbert,
the remainder of the game. Hafe not consumed by the senior lits before I of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, told
Fridaynoon.ator Ramsdell, Democrat, Louisiana,
brought their lone tally across the Friday noon. proposing increasing the payment to of the wonderful success of the Gun
plate in the sixth when .he reached An additional dance -will be given $30000000 a loan of $25,000,000 t and Blade clubs at Wisconsin, North-
fis nKru'err eodadin Barbour gymnasium on the after- wetr IliosMA.Cad h-
first on Karpus' error, second and Colombia, cession by Colombia of va- estern, Illinois, M. A. C., and Chi-
third on a fielder's choice and a bad non of May 14, at which senior lits riousislands to the United States and cago. M. Boerke, of the Umiver-
willhav th exlusve rivleg ofsity of Wisconsin, introduced Coi-
toss by VanBoven,- and scored when will have the exclusive privilege of formation of an alliance between the
Vick failed in an attempt to retire attending providing their clas dues United States and Colombia. mander Gilbert. Councilor Wahr and
him. have ben paid. Men and women may UnedCo-ordinate Partch, '17E, also gave a
Johnson followed with another Wol- attend separately. number - of helpful remarks to the
All seniors who have not as yet or- 'Inew club.
veie u i heMchgn af. f r[e(nw lb
the sixth when he 'was handed a free dered their caps and gowns are urged UNII IWUSEUMIW. A. Hocking, '23, was elected
ticket to the initial sack. topk second by the committee to do so at once. r president of the club and will go to
n a passed ball,'and crossed the last Those who have already placed orders p NW COLLECI a una convention of delegates from all of
station enroute t the dugout on will be able to obtain caps and gowns the Gun and Blade chapters to be held
Genebacis single. 'A pair of bingle fron Moe's any time after May 1. at the La Salle hotel in Chicago April
Geretdc t se A pwi o bins It is further urged by officials of The Museum of American Archaeo- 22 and 23. Here plans for the future
were the direct cause of two more runs the class that orders for commence- ogy, of Phillips academy, Andover, will be discussed and a close co-opera-
in the eighth frame. .men invitation be sen i md Mass., through its curator Prof. War- tio of the different chapters will try
Perrn LadsBatersately. For the convenience of those ren K. Moorehead, has presented the to be worked out. Also the proposed
f.2errin, with three singles, led the who wish to see the invitations be- University with a collection of arch- summer recreation camp for Federal
Michigan batsmpn, and Uterltz! Van fore ordering samples have been plac- aeological material comprising some Board men at Camp Sheridan will be
Boven, and Genebach, are each cred- ed in the glass case in Registrar Ar- 2,100 specimens. At the request of gone over.
ited with chits. Other than the two thur G. Hall's office. several faculty members interested in Next'Meeting Monday
three baggers in the first inning, . archaeology, the Regents at their last The next meeting will be hed Mon-
dobles by Ruzicka and Vick were ex- meeting provided a sum of money to day eeing t ion hedn-
tra base contributions. GIRLSGLEE CLUB day evening at the Union, when the
GILSpay for the labeling, packing, and report from the convention will be
Hole did the best work for Ypsi, PLANS CONC ERTS listing of the objects and the faculty Beard and further plans discussed. All
scoring his team's only run and mak- committee appointed to obtain.the col- Federal Board men are urged to be
lng one of the two hits, while Wil- Ts i le tion completed the transaction this present.
lams showed a snappy game behind Thenersity School of Music week.p
the bat. Ferenz, who took up the Girls' Glee club will give a concert "To members of the University in-
twirler's work in the fourth, was in oanApril 28 in Pattengil auditorium. terested in anthropology and Ameri- Of C iieanPao
for the remainder of the game, despite cacan archaeology the collection will be
the fact that three Michigan scores very valuable," according to Prof.- T k e A
were added to the count during the close the engagements for the Campbell Bonner, of the language de
closing innings, t ' partment, chairman of the committee.
Game wen .During spring vacation conceand Dr. A. , G. Ruthven, curator of the Dr. Shailer Mathews, dean of the
The game was a'long drawn out af- Bereek Th cwa s rganid Museum of Zoology, states that the im- divinitly school of the University of
fair, and the big crowd which packed Battle Creek. The club was organized portance of the collection lies in the Chicago, editor, and author, will speak
(Continued on Page Eight) fact that it will double the University's on "Manufactured Gods" at 10:30
Miss Maude C. Kleyn, of the School supply of North American archaeolog- o'clock Sunday morning, April 24, and
of Music faculty. ical specimens, in which the museum on "The Democracy of Jesus" at7:30
STUDENT £KHITECTS-TO is now particularly weak. o'clock Sunday evening in the First
frost, '21, Recovering Rapidly While the shipment will probably Baptist church.
[Lawrence E. Frost, '21, who under- reach Ann Arbor within the next two Dr. Mathews is a lecturer of wide
EEP lI OI F R CEwent. an operation for appendicitis or three weeks, it is not knowh when experience, having delivered the Hav-
several days ago, is recovering rap- it can be put on exhibition, because of erford. Library lectures in 1907, the
Aid to the French government in its Idly in the Homoeopathic hospital. limited space in the present building. Earle lectures at Berkeley, Calif., in
1913, and the William Belden Noble
reconstruction work in the ,devastatedTTT ' A d O'ecusatHrrdi196

territories will be given by the party .ra nce UnitndIna dina As aneitor he pubished The
of 50' American college students of As an e.F5* or d itod romh1903untils111,an
architecture that will sail for France World Tod from 1903 until 191, and
Jne 2,n kh g h -is at. the present time the editor of
June 23, and work through the sin-h ilcl ol.Hsbok nld
mer months. The party is being or- CThe _iblica World. His books include
"The Social Teachings of Jesus", "The
ganizedrb thenAsercaStude, ntsRe- ;Fallfactions in France were unit- francs to restore the devastated ,re- French Revolution - A Sketch", and
work under the direct supervision of ed in demanding three things of the gions and 56,000,000,000 francs to pay "The Church and the Changing Or-
the French government's ministry of Peace conference: militaryscuri the soldiers their pensions. This debt de".
the Fbre d gornmes. ministry ofsesnd curi, which can never be paid was piled up As an educator he has been profes-
the liberated regions. . financial solvency, and commercial through no indiscretion on the part of sor of history and political economy
The organization has strong backing and industrial restoration," said Prof. France. French ministers attempted at Colby college, and professor of New
both in this country and in France, Charles B. Vibbert, of the philosophy to establish solidarity between the Testament history and interpretation,
and was formed after the workof the department, in a lecture on "The Atti- allies sch that the nations who fought systematic theology, and of history
Harvard reconstruction'unit last sum- tude Taken by France' in Regard to with her might assume a portion of and comparative theology in Chicago
mer had secured the gratitude of the the Peace Treaty",.delivered before the the debt. university
French government. Students will be Cercle Francais yesterday afternoon. "Factories and mines h'ave. been de- .
expected to pay their own expenses, Professor Vibbert stated that the stroyed. France has lost enormously Few Tickets Left for R. 0. T. C. Dance
either individually or by subscriptions consensus of opinion in France was on ship building and transportation. Only a few tickets are left for the
raised in the schools, that it would be to the advantage of The authorities fear that before her R. O. T. C. dance which will be held
In discussing the plan, Prof. Emil the allies to enter into an agreement industries can start the arkets which Friday evening in Barbour gymna-
Lorch, of the architectural college' whereby they would help France if she once possessed will be lost. sium, and these may be' purchased
said that this offers a fine opportunity she should be attacked by Germany or France, now that she has seen the from members of the University R.
for experience among the best arch- any other 'foe. futility of her original principle of the O. T. C. This dance is to be informal
itects of France and will be a further "At the beginning of the war France solidarity of the allies, is gradually and it is expected to be one of the
aid in helping to retain the friendly had a debt of 33,000,000,000 francs. adopting the idea of the solidarity of big social events of the week. Danc-
relations with France that we had Now she has a debt of 266,000,000,000 all nations," said Professor Vibbert in ing will continue from 9 until 1
uring the war, - francs. It will take 156,000,000,000 closing, o'clock.


sentation of 830 students followed by
New York state with 483. Illinois is
fourth with 426 students and Indiana
fifth with 364, while Pennsylvania is
sixth with 355. New Jersey, Iowa, and HAS BEEN. FORTY I
Missouri, previously with a Michigan SERVICE OF U
enrollment below the 100 mark have VERSITY
this year r'eached that margin. Every
state in the Union is represented in WILL TAKE UP N
the University and four insular pos- WORK ON SEPT
sessions, the Virgin Islands, Hawaii,
the Phillipines, and Porto Rico.
China and Ontario have the largest Work to Be Largely Adn
foreign representation here, each . W lH Ied Sumni
sending 83 students. South Africa is Here
next with 49, while Japan and India
follow with 25 and 15, respectively. Dr. V. C. Vaughan who
China and Latin America send by far signed his position as D
the largest number of foreign stu- Medical school after h
Shows Gain more than 40 years in the
The tabulation shows .a great gain the University, has accep
in the University enrollment of stu- pointment as chairman of
dents from eastern states, 'New York, section of the Nations
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachu- Council and will take up hi
setts, and Connecticut each sending Sept. 1 in Washington, D.
large delegations. The Virgin Islands -First Chairman
have a representative in the University Dean Vaughan was the
for the first time. man of this setion, wich
ed during the early part o:
Enrollment in the Summer school War. Election to this t
of the Colleges of Engineering and of the highest honors tha
Architecture is expected to be heavy to a man in the medical
this -year, according to Prof. L. A. and is of itself a recognit
Hopkins, secretary of the regular sea- medical and scientific ail
sion. The course of instruction will Vaughan's duties in his
be as complete as in past years, all will consist largely of ad
of the courses of the first, second, and work in directing the rese
third years being represented and a medical section of the cot
few of the subjects in the senior year. ing fo advices lat night.
The faculty, picked from the regular Wil Maintain Home
list of more than 125, will have more
than 50 members. Dean Vaughan and Mr
One course of special interest will spent last week in Washi
be that given by Miss Emma Grattan, Mrs. Vaughan remained' t
similar to the one in the last Summer home as they expect to 11
session; on free-hand drawing, design the future. They will m
and color. It is intended primarily Ann Arbo home, where
for teachers of drawing and domestic to spend their summers.
art in grammar grades and high
schools, but will be open to anyone
else with the proper qdalifications. O E
Miss Grattan's work last summer was OVER THE V
very well spoken of by those who at-
tended her lectures, according to Prof.
Emil Lorch, of the Architectural col- Washington, April 20..
lege. and representatives fro
western sbates perfected '
17 tion today with a view I
* D* common ground upon whi
lans C om pee work to solve the question
All arrangements have been com- Washington, April 20.-
pleted for the annual B. V. D. dance the National Farmers uni
which will be given tomorrow night sion here, accompanied b
at the Barton Hill Country club. of congress, will call upo
Though the dance will be formal this Harding tomorrow. to urg
year as usual, the committee in diate reduction in freight
charge shas requested that no flowers
be worn. London, April 20.-It i
Dancing will commence at 9 o'clock certain there will be no a
and continue until 11, when a light the coal strike before nex
lunch will be served, thet at 11:30 miners federation has d
o'clock dancing will be resumed and the new proposals made p
continue until 1. Music will be furn- owners are too vague to al
ished by Pat Nertney's five piece or- for negotiations
For the past 10 years it'has been
the custom for the Barristers, honor- FRESHMEN TO
ary senior law society, the Vulcans, FINAL GYM
honorary senior engineering society,
and the Druids, honorary senior liter- Re-examination for fr
ary society, to combine once a year ys
and give their celebrated B. V. D. for- any others who wish to tat
mal dance.to be given at Waterman
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley and Mrs beginning next Monday a
Cooley, Dean John R. Effinger and tion ofuWednesday and S
Mrs. Effinger, Prof. Morris P. Tilley .dgtD GAMa

and Mrs. Tilley, and gProf..Joseph.H. water nW gymnasiu. I,
Drake and Mrs. Drake will act as iWatsermily bemenetw
chaperones. The committee in charge o'clock in the afternoon.
of the affair is composed of Ernest K. of freshmen a comparnis
Armstrong, '21, E. ,Marlowe Stevens, made with the examinatio
'21E, Edward J. Richards, '21L, and fall and all first year me
Thurman B. Doyle, '21L. to bring their old charts i
Transportation will be furnished by Although no more reg
the City Taxi cpmpany. - are being conducted at the
this year, Dr. May has a
VICTORY MEDAL DELiVE RY vanced class in indoor wog
all men interested are e
To expedite the delivery of' the cial attention will be gi
bronze Victory medal, which is beingpak required'in gym ins
issued to every fnan who served in metygree times a week
the Great War, the Marine Corps has meth__i_____
opened a new campaign, of publicity
which will eliminate the usual gov- D. U. B Put on EXI
ernment red tape accompanying such Because of an increased
a distribution. - passengers the Detroit I
Application to the nearest Marine ways have added to their
Corps recruiting office is all that is ule. Cars are nlow run:
necessary, as each office has a com- leave Wayne and Plymout
plete list of all officers and men, and in place of service on c
a record of all battle clasps and oth- hours as before. Extra
er devices that go with the individual leave between Gras Lak





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