O TI FESMAN
TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1921.
lent Affairs: /
;he Committee on Student Affairs will be held in Dean
m 2, University Hall, on Wednesday, May 4, at 4:15 p. m.
J. A. BURSLEY.
last meeting of tle University Senate for the academic.
1 be on Monday, May 16, at 8 p. m. in Room C, Lawv
JOSEPH L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
will address the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday, May
cs building, at 4:30 p. m., on "The Change of Elastic
zation". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.
oclety, U. of M. Section:
Badger will address the University of Michigan Sec-
Dhemical Society on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:15 p. m. in.
3oiling Points of Salt Sblutions. Theoretical and
cordially invited to attend.;
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
ig Tuesday, May 3, 8 p. m. Paper: Matro Clinic Inheritance in
by P. A. Warren.-
n of Officers. R. 0. BRIGHAM.
Ldents in Engineering:
iave their next regular assembly on Wednesday, May 4, at 9
Room 348. President Burton will address the class.
H. H. HIGBIE, Class Mentor.
eminar in Education 34b will be held TODAY, May A, from 4 to
instead of Thursday of this week.
GVY M. WHIPPLE.
ations for admission to the combined curricula in Letters and.
Law, or Dental Surgery should be handed in at the Registrar's
ice. ARTHUR G. HALL.
gular monthly luncheon of the Romance club will be held at the
Wednesday, May 4, at 12:15.
A. G. CANFIELD.
"HAT'S GOING ON'
Meeting of American Chemical
aty, room 151, Chemistry build-
Glee club rehearsal, Union.
Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
Meeting of Dixie club, Union.
Meeting of Cercle Franeals,
Student council comnmittee on
erclass conduct meets in room
Meeting of Arrow club, room
Special meeting of P1 Delta
-Mimes meet, room 308, Union.
All men attending the R. 0. T.
ummer camp at Fort Monroe,
this year will meet at Union.
Meeting of senior engineers,
address by President Marion
Burton, room 348, Engineering
Baseball game between West-
State Normal and Michigan, Fer-
Meeting of entire business staff
tryouts' of Gargoyle, Press
Freshman band practice, Lane
Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
Glee club rehearsal, Union.
Lecture by Dr. Cora Best on
nging the Mountains to Moham
man Glee club will hold the
fly rehearsal at 7 o'clock Thurs-
night instead of on Wednesday
t this week. Mr. Thomas is
ous that every member be pres-
as several important announce-
s will be made. R
e ypu lost anything that you
very highly? The Classified
.s of The Michigan Daily are
ready to serve you.-Adv.
News of the Day
IN BRIEF ,
London, May 2.-- The Allied su-
preme council, after receiving the re-
port of the council of foreign minis-;
ters, today, agreed in principle to the"
plan of Foreign Minister Jaspar, of
Belgium, providing for an ultimatum
to be presented to Germany and for
military measures to be 'used, in case
Germany should default.
Washington, May 2.-- The Ameri-
can government was without official
advices today from the Allied meeting
at London, and at the state depart-
ment it was indicated that complete
silence on the subject of German rep-
arations would be maintained until
formal notification of decision reach-
ed by the Supreme council has'been
New York, May 2. - Between 6,000.
and 10,000 marine workers were idle
in this port today in the national ship-
ping strike which threatened to para-
lyze all American deep -sea traffic on
the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mex-
New York, May 2. -The suggestion
of Secretary Hoover that the contro-
versy over' a wage contract 'between
steamship owners and the union of
engineers, firemen and seamen be
submitted to arbitration by a commis-
sion of three men, not government
officers was rejected here tonight by
the Amerjean Steamship Owners as-
Bluefield, W. Va., May 2. - Six per-
sons were killed and 27 injured, 9 se-
riously, late today when a Norfolk and
Western railroad passenger train,
dashing up from Gary, West Virginia,,
to Welch, 'West Virginia, ran into an
open switch and crashed into 4 load-
ed coal cars.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directqry? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
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Freshmen shall have a class meet-
ing during the first week of the fall
term'under the direction of the Stu-
There shall be a general convoca-
tion held during the second week of
the fall term, and at least two others
during the school year. Additional
convocations may be held whenever
the Student council deems them neces-
Emphasis shall be placed upon the
importance of class meetings and an
effort made to increase attendance at
Underclass games shall be held not'
later than the second Saturday in No-
vember in the fall, and on or before
the third Friday and Saturday in May
in the spring, the exact dates to be
announced by the Studeit council as
early as possible each year.
Interclass games shall be encourag-
ed in an effort to stimulate class spir-
it. The policy of stressing the in-
terclass contests as well as the inter-
fraternity contests shall be adopted in
order to interest independents.
Football rallies shall be held before
the big games where the spirit of
Michigan can be firmly welded togeth-
er in support of the team.
The last home game of the football
season shall be the big game for the
alumni and the day of the game shall
be called Michigan day. A celebration
shall be in order at this time, includ-
ing bonfires, free movies, parades, in
accordance with the ancient tradition.
Every aid shall be given to classes
in their smokers and other social
gatherings. It shall be the policy of
the University to promote friendship
and good-fellowship, and to this end
every student is urged to make the ac-
quaintance of all his classmates.
An athletic smoker shall be held
each year, at which time awards for
the different sports will be made.
The custom of senior sings shall
Cap night shall occur before the
end of the fourth week in May 'each
year and the celebration shall be
made in harmony with the spirit of the
decasion which marks a step ahead by
each of the classes.
The upperclass body approves the
plan of upperclass advisers for fresh-
men and recommends that proper co-
operation be given the Union in the
future to make the plan more 'suc-
An attempt shall be made to change
the Conference ruling which does not
allow freshman teams tp compete with.
the freshman teams of other colleges
and with the smaller schools.
An effort shall be made to have the
Union and the Student, council take
over the publishing of the freshman
The traditions committee also rec-
ommended a reorganization of the ac-
tivities of the Student council and sug-
gested the formation of the following
permanent committees by that body:
Traditions, convocation, intramural
activities, football rallies, smokers and
sings, and one committee to handle
Cap night and Swing-out and to take
care of such other matters as are not
provided for in the other commit-
The traditions committee would
handle underclass affairs among,
among which would be the freshman
convocation, the handbook, the class
games, and the smokers and social ac-
tivities of the freshman class. That
class would not elect its officers until
the second semester but would be
under the direction of the committee.
The duties of the other committees
suggested are evident from their
The chairmen of the six committees
given above would form the cabinet
of the president of the Student coun-
eil and% would assist him in the dis-
charge of his executive duties.
After the report of the traditions
committee was accepted, the upper-
classmen went on record as favoring
action to prevent jay-walking on the
campus, and it was suggested that the
Women's league be reqtested to use
its iniugnce with the women of the
University to mal thern use tb ecm-
pus sidewalks instead of the short-
cuts. The buildings and grounds de-
partment has announced its intention'
of seeding the bare spots on the cam-
pus if walking is confined to the
LeGrand A. Gaines, '21E, announced
that .the Student council will run the
All-campus election under a different
plan this year. Ballot boxes will be
designated for each college of the Uni-
versity and registration lists will be
kept. This method is to prevent un-
fair voting. The ballots will be ro-
tated to allow the names of the dif-
ferent Candidates to appear first on
an equal number of ballots.-
No electioneering is to be tolerated
in the election, it was announced, and
any candidate who campaigns will be
taken from the ballot.r
Some criticism was voiced of The
Daily by two of the men present for
the publicity it has given freshman
athletes and. various other activities
of the campus. A suggestion for a
publicity committee to supervise what,
shall be printed did not pass.'
Jap Boat Reported Afire at Sea j
Marshield, Oregon, May 2. - The
Japanese freight steamer Tokuyo
Maru is afire at sea and sinking fast,
said a wireless,'message to the navy,
communication service here late to-
day. The steamer Horace K. Baxter
was reported as going to the Japan-
ese ship's assistance.
Announcement of the engagement
of Katherine Johnson, '21, of Wyan-
dottee, to George W. Lipscomb, '21E,
was made Sunday, May 1, at the Gam-
ma Phi Beta sorority.
Lipscomb is a member of the Alpha
Tau Omega fraternity.
Yesterday 's Games
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 3.
New York 8, Boston 1.
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis-Chicago-no game.
Philadelphia 6, Washington 1.
Boston 2, New York 1.
St. Louis 7, Detroit 6 (13 innings).
WESTERN ATHLETES OFFER
THRILLS AT PENN RELAYS
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of Pennsylvania State, and Coughlin
of the University of the South.
Cedar Rapids high school, Iowa;
had a big day among the prep school
athletes of the country. The one mile
interscholastic relay championship
easily fell to its lot, the Iowa boys
finishing 30 yards to the good of their
competitors. Medford high school,
Mass., pushed the Cedar Rapids.quin-
tet hard for tWo laps, but fell behind,
barely managing to defeat Hutchinson
hihof Buffalo for third place. Again
in the two 'mile relay the East was
forced to bow to the superiority of the
Western youths, the Cedar 'Rapids
boys finishing a clear 100 yards in
the lead of Newark, New Jersey, Cen-
tral high school.
The following is the schedule for the
preliminaries in the interfraternity
three-cushion billiard tournament be-
rection qf Al Taylor: Tuesday,
o'clock-Beier,'rKappa Beta Psi v
Collison, Sigma Alpha Epsiloni;
o'clock-Whitbeck, Theta Delta Chi w
Malcomson, Delta Upsilon; Wednes
day, 4 o'clock-Foster, Delta Kapi
Epsilon vs. Robbins, Sigma Phi;
o'clock-no game, Torrey, Sinfonia, re
ceiving a bye; Thursday, 4 o'clock-
Landis, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Griffith
Chi Psi; 8 o'clock-Byrne, Sigma Ch
vs. Wykkel, Sigma Nu.
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INDOOR BASEBALLS T'enni
Let Us Care For Your Athletic Needs Golt
UN I VER S-I TY
All freshmen wishing to try
out for the lit class team, call
746-R. Men cut from the All-
fresh team especially requested
to come out. Practice daily at 3
o'clock on Ferry field.
- Carl Braun Fellowship Awarded
Anah L. McQuinn, grad ., who is spe-
cializing in zoology, has been awarded
the $200 scholastic award this. year
by the University from the Carl
Braun fund for special work in zoolo-
gy this summer at the Marine Biolog-
ical laboratory, Woods Hole, Massa-
Engagement Announced by Seniors
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Anne L. Mitchell, 121,
of Washington, D. C., and Lyle C. Ba-
con, '21M, of St. Paul, Minn. Miss
Micheh is a member of Senior society
and was recently elected to member-
ship in Phi Beta Kappa. Bacon is a
member of the Phi Rho Sigma frater-
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