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May 17, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

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File Watch0es ,Atte4tv te liornian's
Thn o 2 45 Secondk
AI _CCEP"TE, .RECOM AVILL I
PASS THREE WORLI) TIMES
Los Allgeles, Mayi 16.-Five watches,
"frozen" at the7 fifth second mark,.
Which deniotes the time](,made by youngI

'Zaragueta" To,
Play In Oetromt
Memb1ers of -the cast of "Zaragueta,"'
the Spanish comedy which wvas pre-
,vented by the Sociedad Hisp~anica last
Thu,,rsday night in Patteng;ill audi-
torium, will present the play in De-
troit tonight at the Highland Park
hsigh school auditorium.
The pFlay is being' produced at the
invitation of Mr. WVan Loon, head of
the modern languages in Detroit. Mr.
Van Loon witnessed 'the performance
at atte igill auditorium last Thurs-
dtay and' immediately afterward offered

Where they all go

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Charles Paddock when, 6n March 26, to. finance the expenses of the cast for
he finished 220 yards at a Blerkeley the Detroit trip..
race in the world,''s record time of 20 Th play is under the directorship
4-5; seconds, are part of the lestiinony of M;r. Normal Wiley, instructor in
which Nwill be considered by officers of Spanish, alnd Jack holden,.'22, whoa
tihe At. A. U. iin adijuing Plladdock's wtiere entirely satisfied t ith the sue-I
11rec ord :asofficial., according to TRobert c of 01The firet performance and cx-
S.Waeor Los Anele 1' s esl~lSde c i o t I ',cst to appeoar iogreater a'd-
1')h A. A. UT. valag before the Detroit audience.
W'tate'hes i-n 'YewA Yorh I The commnittee and cast wNill leave11
jThe watches, with suplplementl cevi- onr the noon train~ for Detroit today
dence suibstantiating the time, aire in. and wlI\-ll tie the guests of the Hlighland
the banfd; of Frederick WV. Rubiens, Park hiigh school while in the city.
secretary of the A. A. U., at 144 Broad--- ------r
wvay, New York, who, in a telegram LIBRARY GIVING EXIBIT
to thie 20-year-old Californian, a stur-, IN HO0NOR' OF HAY FESTIVAL
dent at the University of Southern Cal-'
ifornia in Los Angeles, informally an- In honor Iof the May Festival,* the
nounced recently tha,,t lhe "saw no0 rca- last one under the direction of Dr.
son why the Berkeley meet record, Albert A. Stanley, retiring director of
shiould not stand." the School of Music, the library staff
FIrst Consider!atio Since I1912 has placed on."exhibit programs, man-
This is the first timle sine 1912 that u tscripits, and musical rcom positions
thle A. A. U. has had to' consider al-. whichl show the development of music.
I lowing a new world's. record in the and of the May Festival.
??20-yard event, it is sa.id, and before The exhibit i< divided into five
granting recog nition of a record the groups wihich show- respectively, the,
necessary steps are mnany. Follow, ing hist4ory and theory of music, -the de-
a race, the judges swear to affidavits velopment of orchestration from the
stating all canditions were fair anid simplest to the most complex, compo-
equal, the timners make signed state-'sitions of Dr. Stanley, programs from
ments giving the Itime involved and the early days of the University Musi-

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the watches are checked at the points[
marked by tine timers. These men are y
sent to the secretary of the A. A. U.1
in Niew York, together withi all the'
affidavits, including onie from the l
start4' and a special engineer vlioc
swears the track was level, the dis-
tance exact and physical conditions as
required.
Will S1upersede Thrree Records
1Received in New York, these are,
considered b-Y the secretary who
markes recommendations and fefers
thle matter to a special commrittee.'
Aftera few mronths, if favorable con-
sideration results, thIe record i "al-
lowed."
if lPaddock's record stands, it will
officiailly supler-sede the three former
reccords of 21 1-5 seconds mcade re-
Raetvl". izn 1e[es lilh Crazig in 1910, and E. J. Lippin-
cott in 1912.
. S . 1 . s e ll . O u 0 R e lie f S ta m p s in D Y
Only one( day wvas required recently
to sell out the complete stock of Chi-
nese relief stamps, amounting to $300,
in a drive at Ohio State unive1tsity for
the purpose of contributing towards
the Chinese relief fund. More stamps
will probably soon be secured and
their sale con tin'ued.

cal, society as well as the May Festi-
val. One other, group which is to be
comleoted will contain a synopsis of
all the May<i Festivals and the artists
participating in each since' 1894, the
date of the first one.
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The registration for -1921I-'22 is limited to three hundred in the fii
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