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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1921.,

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HETURNFGERMN e. BARKE INTW
FOR 6000ALTKI
REARAI FE
Personal Health and Personal Ef
ciency was the theme of Dr. Charl
E. Barker's two talks yesterday .af
ernoonand evening in Hill audito
ECISION PROBABLY MADE LATE ium under the auspices of the Boa]
LAST NIGHT; WILL BE SENT ( of Education and Parent Teache
TO U. S. FIRST association. The general health le
ture in the afternoon was for wome
ROPOSALS OF TEUTONS while that last night was for men.
CALLED INSUFFICIENT "Everyone has a definite, absolu
relationship to the future generatio
This is the doctrine that I intend b
rench ana British Think 'Foe Are preach the whole world over," sa
Trying to Get Harding as Dr. Barker, who is recognized as a
Mediator authority on social hygiene. He em
phasized last night that a definite sy
BULLETIN tem of daily exercise, especially fo
Washingto, April 27.-Word abdominal and 'chest regions, faithfu
was reeived tonight that an As- ly practiced, would put off old a
sociated Press correspondent had to a remote period,
obtained semi.offtcial information Dr. Barker was formerly the per
that both the French and Bel- sonal physician of ex-President Taft
glum governments had expressed
unfavorable opinions on the rep-
aration aoffered by Germany and
that the French had instructed F
Ambassador Jusserand to-inform
the United States that the'y couldE
not accept the proposals.
( By Associated Press)
Paris, April27.-Germany's propos- Humorous Antics of "Nouveau Riche
s relative to reparations are still Form Plot Basis for
JLng considered by Premiei Briand, Satire
ad it is probable a decision will not --
i reched before tonight regarding "LE BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME"
eir acceptance or rejection. When TITLE OF MOLIERE'S COMED
Lol decision is reached, it will be
'mmunicated first to the United
ates government, and until such As a satire ridiculing social preten
ne Ambassador Jusserand will be suons of the seventeenth century "L
v'en no instructions regarding the Bourgeois Gentilhomme", the French
ench attitude toward Germany's play to be presented by members o
rs. . the Cercle Francais at 8 o'clock thi
Officials are Reticent evening i Sarah aswell Angell hal
Officials h'e were reticent this esenng in Sar'swest Anmeds al
rning regarding the German pro- is one of oliere's best comedies, ac
's~ls, but iii political circles close cording to several modern critics. 9
the premier, there was a belief that "Nouveau Riche Humor in Play
e Ruhr district of Germany will' be 'The plot of the play hinghes aroun
cupied immediately after May 1. the many humorous antics performe
dermany's proposals are entirely in--
ificlent,, it is declared in authoritive by Morisieur Jourdain, one of the new
'les, being at least a quarter of a ly rich, in his effort to play the rol
lion marks below the terms fixed of a noble man. He hires a musi
the supreme allied council in this teacher, a dancing teacher, a fencin
y last January. The demands de- master, and many other instructors
Led upon at that time have been con- all 'of whom have a great deal of fun
Lered as .a minimum, amounting to at his expense. The climax come
proximately 22,000,000,000 marks. when Mr. Jourdain permits his daugh
Germans .Offer Installment ter to marry her lover, who is disguis-
[n discussing the German terms, it ed as one of the nobility.
said in well, informed sircles that One critic in an effort to reconcile
offering an installment of one bil- Moliere's work with the time in which
n gold marks, Germany made no- he lived made the following state-
ntion of the 12,000,000,000 marks ment: "The seventeenth century with
Id by the allies to be payable before its absolute monarchy was no time for
y 1 a free discussion of problems of gen-
rhe term "fatuous" as applied by eral or of national scope such as the
allies to these suggestions from eighteenth century brought forth. The
rmany and America will leave no miodern problem play with its often
ubt where the -allies stand when violent spirit, of protest and revolt
ir viewpoint is solicited by Secre- was still far in the future. The indi-
y Hughes either formally or in- vidual rather was the permitted sub-
mally. ject for study and discussion and crit-
Want Harding as Mediator icism of a more general nature could
'he French and British see in the not go far below the surface.
w German proposal an attempt to Ridicules. Social Pretensions
-eigle President Harding into the "Moliere very naturally confined his
e of liegotiat r. The last paragraph attention to individual shortcomings
the German document, for instance, or to phases of social life not invofv-
i confession that the Germans them- ing adiscussion of moral or legal
Yes know the reparation proposal questions. Social pretensions are rid-
1 be unacceptable, for they ask th. iculed vividly in 'Le Bourgeois Gen-
ierican president to feel free to tilhomm' in such a manner as'to
ke any suggestions or any modifi- make this one of his best comedies."
.ion whch e, esir inthein-Another critic "states that In "Le
ions which he may desire in the in- Borei1Gnihme efn o
est of a world settlement. The Ger- Bourgeois Gentilhome" we find Mo-
ns appeal to Mr. Harding in a wMerea Tickes Sol at Bookstores
t they believe will also appeal to ISold at.ookstore

erican public opinion when^ the Th ia eera a edls
h 'ie final rehearsal was held last
ericanpublicopinionhen thenight and Mr. Jean B. Cloppet, di-
:t of the note iS.publishedrector of the production, expressed
himself as being well pleased with the
iris' Glee Club work of the cast. Those who have
not yet secured. tickets may get them
Presents A nnual today at the bookstores or at Sarah
Caswell Angell hall in the evening.
Concert Tonight They are priced at 50 and 75 cents and
$1. Associate members of the Cercle
Francais are allowed 50 cents on the
'he School of Music Girls' Glee club price of a ticket on presentation of
1 give its annual concert at 8 their membership card.
lock tonight in JPattengill auditor-_________
. An interesting and varied pro-
m consisting of four groups of ECONOMICS INSTRUCTOR
gs by the entire club, two selec- GOES TO BROWN UNIVERSIT
s by quartettes, and three readings
Ethelyn Metz has been arranged. Mr. James P. Adams, '19, instructor
he Glee club, which was organized in the economics department, has ac-
years ago under the direction of cepted an appointment as assistant;
s Maude C. Kleyn, is composed of professor of economics and account-
trained voices. Lduise Grahame, ing at Brown university, Providence,
is accompanist. R. I., according to an announcement
uring spring vacation the club made by the department yesterday.
red the state, giving the concert Mr. Adams' home is in Carson City

S EMSIZES NEED NOMINATIONS MADEs VARSITYCAPTU
S, AD EFY FO ADVISO MEN1 Will Give Play PITGHING BATT
FOR 9OVISORY MEN Prof. John L rmo h htrc IC INS:89
fI and his audience was deeply impress- department, has written and will di-
es ed by his words. He was applauded Council Hears Reports on Swing-out, rect the Senior Girls' play, to be ,pre-j FROM
when he made the statement that the CapsNight, and Spring sented in honor of alumni and par-
r- number of clean men assuming their ents of seniors visiting the University
rd responsibilities to the future genera- G__on Tuesday, June 28, at the Whitney
rs tion is increasing annually. "This is theater. Men rare to be admitted to E FIELD AID VAR-
c- shown by the fact that the boys over- BLANKETS WILL BE PRESENTED this performance, which is sponsored SITY
n, seas proved that men could live TO ATHLETES CAP NIGHT by University and alumni officials as
clean," he said. one of the leading events of Coin-
te A large demand for printed copies Nominations for members of the mencement week. FIVE HITS EACH, ALL
u. of Dr. Barker's lecture was manifest- A large cast will be chosen from THAT TEAMS REGIS'
to ed, and many who desired copies diStudent Advisory committee for next tryouts to be held from 3 to 6 o'clock
boea edre anddmaby who deiredecopiestdi
id not- order after the talk last night. year were made by the officers of the Friday afternoon, and from 9 to 12 Van Boven and Shackleford
n Those who did not leave an order can Student council last- night. Four men o'clock Saturday morning. No long in a Brilliant
n- do so at Quarry's, and obtain their were chosen from the sophomore and speaking parts will be included. Thean
s- copies within 10 days. junior classes to be placed on the play is said to contain many clever
r and funny situations and spectacular lMichigan wn the thirdmst
1- "What is the responsibility of the --effects'. Some characters are Beauty, game of the home tseasoniy d
e mother toher daughter?" was the Passion, Charm, Destiny, Love, court ms
ELCTO motherAtoIOherlig Kalamazoo college in, a
question which Dr. Charles E. Barker EOJesters, kings, queens, and students. pitching battle Wednesday, 2 to 0.
r- answered for more than 3,000 women -All class and campus organ- Lyrics and music for the production th ing hrler, shows
t, and girls yesterday afternoon. izations are urged by the Student are requested from students of all best stuff of .the year, and had
"The first responsibility is one of council to submit at once the classes. been for costly bobbles in, the I
health," said Dr. Barker. "The phys- names of all candidates for of- infield, the game might be goin
ical condition of the daughter depends fice. These lists must be in the Liverance, Coach Fisher's choi
largely on that of the mother. It is hands of the committee by May SE IIS mound duty, pitched splendid
the duty of every mother to keep her- 1 at the latest. Letters should ball for three innigs, when he
self in' perfect health." He advocated addressed t D. J. Thorp, u in removed in favor of Schultz, wh(
breathing exercises, stating that 20 chairman of election committee, eJ rLjust as good in the remaining
minutes each day spent in such exer- Michigan Union. Walkotten, the first visitor to
,, cie bwoud makenj4_yperson healthier,_drove out a clean single over
enable her to enjoy life to a greater . h nyhtmdeofLvrne
extent, and lengthen her life. Arrangements Made for Swing-out, ie only hitmade offe Liveran
Michigan pitcher then got dow
"The mother's second responsibility, ballot at the spring election, two from Jnformal Party, Baseball business, and the next nine men
is to teach her daughter- to obey law each group to be elected. Manager Elected faced him in the succeeding
within the home." 'He explained the The sophomores are: Byron Darn- . - frames were easy outs. Three o
y necessity of teaching the child frotn ton, '23,. John Bacon, '23, Irwin DETAILS OF COMMENCEMENT nine went by the strike-out meth<
earliest infancy to respect law. "Pun- Uteritz, '23, and Paul Goebel, '23E. WEEK FULLY OUTLINED Three Hits Off Schultz
_ ish every disobedience;" he said, "but The juniors are: C. M.. Atkinson, '22, The Kazoo team got three hi
make the punishment just. Adjust and Waltes Simmons, '22E, Tom Under-- Shultz in five"inningsbut he
e adapt all punishment tothe child and wood, '23L, and 0. W. Rush, '22. - Senior hits discussed Swing-out never in danger, th e except
the occasion.",. Reports concerning Swing-out, Cap pns, made arrangements for an in- the eighth inning, when Fenner
f Dr. Barker pointed out the third night, the spring games and the All- formal party, elected a Baseball man- thrown out at the plate This
s ftesponsibility as beingthat of teach- campus eletiolms were given and dis- ager and heard announcements con- was the best of the game, and o:
l, ing the daughter the, fundamental cussed at the council meeting. It was cerning the events of commencement the best on Ferry field in late y
- principles of life. He spoke of the decided. to have the presentation of week at their meeting yesterday aft- With two out and Fenner and Wa
matters of correct dress and properly the athletic blankets held in conjunc- ernoon. ten on bases, the latter was c
chaperoned dances. "If you want to tion with Cap night. Mondays and Thursdays each week off first by Vick's quick throw to ,1
_________________after Swing-out, May 5, were desig-
make Ann Arbor a good place to live ated swdas-or wer cas son. Fenner' started for the a
d in," he concluded, "remember what I while Van Boven and Johnson
have said and heed it." gowns. Details of the procession for to. run down Walkotten between t
havesaidandheedit._____ W I Swing-out were announced by Fred
-J. Petty,prsdnadaepanto The Kazoo runner got 'by Van B
J etpresident, and an explanation andl Johnson threw'the ball to t
e LECTURE SUNDAY given regarding the affair. covering second. Instead of' wa
C Party Will Be Given . for Walwotten, Uteritz pe.gged pe
g An informal party will be 'given
, IS3 HONSINGER WILL DISCUSS Saturd'ay afternoon, May 14, in Bar- ly to Vick, who got Fenner by I
PERTINENT TOPIC IN GUILD bour gymnasium, the hours for danc- etand prevented a Kalamazoo
s TH ST, ( !' jj,,,, r ;; 'TALK HERE ing being from 2:30 until 5 o'clock.Sio al crcus catches a's
--- There -will be no charge to seniorls field by Shacklefsord, who wasatt
-New York Building Trust Committee Miss Welthy Honsinger, of New the only requirement being that eachhig batter witwo
Hears of Business York city, will speak on "The World's person's class dues be paid by that otl inciree trips to the plate, c
Har of Need and the Student's Answer" at the time. Lists for checking will be Captan V B
SMonopoly Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock Sun- available the afternoon of the party. Michigan run by ea d mbinatio
day evening. This will 'be one f the The program for commencement clever baserunning and hitting.
TOLD OF MAINTENANCE OF outstanding numbers of this year's se- week was announced, being follpwed
EXPENSIVE JOINT OFFICES ries of Wesleyan guild lectures. by a discussion o the exercises. The s one out in the sixth,""Pete"beat
Last year, when Miss Honsinger senior lit banquet will be held at l.
(By Associated Press) spoke here, Prof. Ray K. Immel, of the 12:15 o'clock Monday noon, June 27, iive.ked andto thirsecondnrews e
New York, April 27. - Thirteen public speaking department, rated her the assembly hall of the Union, and'ed ball. Shackleford's second hi
as one of the best woman speakers that evening at 9 o'clock a receptione.
groups of manufacturers spread over he had ever heard. She has just re- will be held by the graduating class- driveto right, scored the Micb
the nation were brought under inves- cently returned from a trip around es of all colleges and schools in the co r o
tigation today after legislative build- the world, during which she interview- assembly hall. Senior lit class day gam Genebach ounts One
ing trust inquiry. The committee od leading women of the orient on po- exercises are to be at 10 o'clock Tues- Geneba acount fOre
heard testimony that the manufactur- litical, social, and educational subjects day morning, June 28, on the campus. ruGenibach aco nte in thehe
in order, upon her return, to bd able Formal Commencement June 3.rni h oloiginnwe
ers exchanged price lists, operate se- rierp ther ne on to the T Sorm omenae, in i a singled, and scored on Vick's hit
cret codes for informing one another o interpret the new woman of the The Senior promenade, in which allhird, and a misplay by Casteel.
of their business operatins from day East to the women of the United seniors will participate, will be held from these two innings, Michigan
to day and in some instances compare M Hons.g(fuethna-d__ nPag_ Enot seriously threaten the 'plate
bids on each piece or work before The Michigan infield looked
win school for girls at Nanhus, icign, nfeldloke
forwarding a final qu6tation to the sanchan pFa£us E glsh tremely good, and by sharp am
prospective buyer. The 13 organiza- thina, and ws t he firsthprincipal! -playing aided materially both of
tioas declared to be conducting these served as a Y. W. C. A. worker in Bel- D octor Guest Of hurlers that ascended the mound.
exchanges are grouped according to . a Boven cut off several runners with
exchages re grupedgium, Italy, and France, and with the ] acuat troigan i oe a
products and include manufacturers army of occupation in Germany. tI4edical y accurate throwing and in one ea
o? cloth, paper, ammonia, brass, cop- (Continued on page Eight)
per, fine cotton goods, meters, ma- ARCHITECTS OPEN ANNUAL
thaline, natural gas appliances, range BALL TO A AT LARGE Sir Thomas Jeeves Horder, fellow of COOLEY TO DISCUSS SOCIAL
boilers, steel lockers and pipe valves. the Royal College of Physicians, was
y the commitee was ' the guest of the faculty of the Medical QUESTION BEFORE SOCI

informed that there is no such thing rciet'anlbaofoi
he school yesterday. He 'addressed the
as free competition in the fire insu architects annual ball, which will be sophomore medical class in the morn- Prof. Charles Cooley, of the so
ane business of the United States. held May 6 i Barbour gymnasium, ing, and was given a luncheon by the ogy department, will speak upon
Wneiness obbfanag . the ed Nte. are available to the entire campus, and medical faculty At noon in the Union. "Value of Radical Discussion," be
Willis A. Robb, manager of .the New may be obtained from Frank Andrus, Sir Thomas is a specialist in cere- the Intereollegiate Socialist societ
York Fire exchange who gave this thnecleiteScaitsce
testimony, defended joint rate making 21A, i the mai drafting room of the bral meningitis, and was a major in Friday, April'29, at 8 o'clock in r
architectural department, or at 822 the late war, being created in 1918. 162, Natural Science building.
!by the companies, while Samuel Un- Arch street. The price is $5 each. Previous to coming to Ann Arbor he Professor Cooley will disciss
criticised it and recommended state The dance, though given by the de- was in Detroit where he addressed value of socialistic organization
criticisditnd romstate partment, is nevertheless for the en- the Wayne County Medical associa political progress and the intiuernc
supervision.th Wan ConyMdclsoi-
the 13 group of manufacturers ex- tire campus, according to the com tion, attacking the plan of state med-
changed information through joint of- mitee in cheof arrangemets. icine in England. He also criticised ing classes.
chagedinfrmaio thoug jont f- Uni~que decorations, planned and
fices on Fifth avenue, the committee constructed by members of the de- the failure of coordination between
was told. Maintenance of their sys- cnrted by memerty the de- clinics and hospitals, and medical ed-
partnment with faculty aid and super-ucto -I IN TTINODR DU
tem and of a large clerical force nec- vision, will feature this year's ball. ucMan valuable contributions to meI ITI RD SD
essary to conduct it required expen- Dancing will be from 9 'until 2 ianysieceand patho tv bee-
ditures amounting to $200,000 annual- o'clock. ical science and pathology have been Absolutely no orders for se:
ly it was charged. 'made by Sir Thomas,, who at present! ior lit invitations will be take
MIdshipmen Will Have huge Pool is 'a professor at the University of j j after tomorrow. Orders will 1
Medical Society Elects Five Juniors The United States Naval academy at London. received from 2 to,4 o'clock t
day and tomorrow at the bool
Alpha Omega Alpha, national hon- Annapolis recently received an appro-
orary medical fraternity, yesterday priation of $200,000 fqr the construc- Western Students Earn Money in the main corridor of Unive
elected five junior medics to member- tion of a swimming pool. This pool At the University of California, 46 invitatll or may m e mailed to t
ship. They are: William Smith, Wil- will be one of the largest in the world, per cent of the students are wholly- or Kingsley street.
liam Togerson, Johm Ludwick, J. Hume and the spectators' gallery will have partially self-supporting, with an av-

and since graduation he has been in-

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