TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1921.
bers of the University:
bers of the University Facultiep and the Students are cordially
o the Formal Opening of the Loan Exhibition of Recent Acquisi-
the A. M. Todd Art/Collections in Alumni Memorial Hall from 8
o'clock; Tuesday Evening, May the seventeenth.
M. L..BURTON, President.
of the University:
Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Pictures by
nt American Artists in the lower galleries of Memorial Hall. As
ents of the University have made an appropriation to cover the ex-
the exhibition it is open to the members of the University and the'
public free. The exhibition is to be seen daily and Sundays at such
the building is open from May 15 to May 30.
LOUIS H. BOYNTON..
C. V. Kent will address the, Physics Colloquium on Tuesday', May
20 p. in., in room 202, Physics building, on "The Connection Be-
1lectrical Resistance and Temperature". All interested are eor-
vited to attend. R. A. SAWYER.
mes and Other Second Year Men Students:
dth Service medical examination is required of all men students,
in the University for the second year. Those who have not re-
n appointment and whose names come before (N) in the alphabet
tested lo report this week.
W. E. FORSYTHE, M. D., Director.
entary Examination in Chemistry 3a: ,
nistry 3a (sections 2, 3, 4, 5). The last examination absentees may
upplementary examination Thursday, May 19, at 4 p. in. in Room
mistry building. BYRON A. SOULE.
Tuesday, May 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the Natural Science building a film
ng "Oonveying Machinery in Industrial Plants" will be presented'
e auspices of the Student Branch of the A. S. M. E.
public. is cordially invited..
R S. HAWLEY. $
stion of the Faculty, all students in the College of Literature, Sci-
d the Arts who are on probation are required to take mental ex-
ns given by the, Burgu of Mental Tests and Measurements. All
Students who are now on probation and who did not take these
ions in January, are requi'red to present themselves for examina-
loom B, C, or D, of the Law building, at 4 p. m. on Tuesday, May
also on Tuesday, May 17. These appointments take precedence
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
er's Lecture Pamphlets:
ons who ordered copies of Dr. Barker's recent lecture to men, may
une now at Lane Hall. There are extra copies.
W. E. FORSYTHE.
OBE YER MAY MEET
LLO ~UEOR L, RUPORT
OFFER WAS MADE BY PREMIER
(By Associated Press)
Dublin, May 16. - Premier Lloyd
George, says the Freeman's Journal,
has offered to meet Eamonn de Val-
era, or other Irish leaders, 4without'
conditions, Mr. de Valera, the news-
paper says, replied that if the pre-
mier made such a statement publicly
he would give a public reply.
Early in May Sir James Craig, Ul-
ster premier designate, and Eamonn
de Valera, held a conference. The
meeting was said to have been with-
out tangible results, but the fact that
it was held was commented on in
Dublin Castle and other circles as a
Expressions of willingness on the
part of British government leaders to
meet Irish republican representatives
have hitherto usually been coupled
with conditions, notably as to the ces-
sation of hostilities in Ireland and
with regard to the personality of the
delegates, persons under the British
government ban being barred.
London, May 16. - Following incen-
diary attacks in London and Liver-
pool on houses occupied by relatives
or former members of the Royal Irish
Constabulary, the police today raided
and searched seven places in London
connected with the Sinn Fein organi-
zation. These included the headquar-
ters of the Irish Self-Determination
League. A quantity of documents was
seized and one arrest was made.
News of the- Day
SOPHOMORE WINNER IN
Paul A. Rehmus, '23, won first place
in the second extemporaneous speak-
ing contest of the year held in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall last night. He
was awarded a silver loving cup pre-R
sented by the Oratorical association.;
Phillips P. Elliott, '22, as winner of
second place, received a copy of Rob-
ert Lansing's late book entitled, "At.
the Peace Conference".7
John R. Dickinson, '22, and Henry3
Hertz, '22, tied for honorable men-
tion. All the speakers talked on the
various phases of the ColumbianI
treaty question. The first speaker out-1
lined the causes which led up to the
signing of the recent treaty. The
next speaker discussed the Panama
revolutions. South American. coun-
tries' attitude toward the treaty and!
Roosevelt's part in the making of it1
were some of the other fe
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
OPENS NEW CLUBHOUSE
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visitors to pick out the various cog-
nomens left there by by-gone stu-
dents, such as "Tank", "Pinkie",
"Swede", "Twitch", "Zeb", "Bins" and
"Fuss", not to mention the triumphant
scores of different football victories.
The old bar is still in service,.han-
dling "Walker Punch", and "Tutti
.Frutti Special" instead of the colored
liquids of pre-war days.
Cost More Than 35,000
A feature of the new Chamber of
Commerce grill or "round table" will
be the serving of lunches and soft
drinks to the dancers at the Armory
between dances on Friday and Satur-
'day nights. It is expected to use the1
vacant land beside the building as a1
tea garden in the summer. When alli
the alterations have been completed,
of commerce mn wi na
G. W. Fletcher, chairm
committee in charge of th
was also chairman of the
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APS GOING ON
iDiX(-N SHUTS OUT OHIO STATE
BASEBALL TEAM IN 5.0 WIN
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nice pitching and good fielding cutting
Ming of the Social
junior lit clash,;
-AlphaKappaPsi holds initia-
in room 302, Union.
Address by Mr. Roger Baldwin,
ew York City, before Intercol-
ite Socialist society on "Civil
rty and Industrial Conflict,"
tral Scienc'e auditorium.
Soph engineers meet at Eng-
ring arch for spring outing.
11andolin club rehearsal, Union.
Glee club rehearsal, Union.
leeting of Mimes at Union.
Meeting of Howe club, Union.
fleeting of American Legion,
ersity Post, at Union.
Inportant meeting of senior lit
in room 205, Mason hall.
Varsity baseball 'game with
e Dame, Ferry field.
May festival concert, Hill audi-
ose desiring to try out for the
ness staff of the Wolverine this
ner see Robertson at the office
he Daily from 1:30 to 2:'30
ick any. afternoon this week.
Ident Council Underclass Con.
committee will meet at 7:15
ck Wednesday night in Room
Union, instead of Tuesday night
ON ASKS STUDENTS TO
KEEP OFF CAMPUS LAWNS
down all possibilities.
!Michigan AB R
Uteritz, 2b... ..3 1
Van Boven, ss......5 -0,
Perrin, f..........4 1
Shackleford, lb.....4 0.
Karpus, 3b........4 0
Klein, rf..........4 0
Genebach, If......4 ' 0
Vick, c .. , .... .4 2
McNulty, f ........2
Bliss, ss .... ... ..4
Slyker, lb.... . ..3
Huffman, c .........3
Griffith, p .........1
Fish, p ...........2
5 10 27
R H PO
0 0 6
0 .1 1
0 0 12
0 0 0
0 0 6
0 0 0
0 0 0
Dublin, May 16.-Four persons, one
of them a woman, was killed in Coun-
ty Galway by men lying in ambush at
Ballyturn. Among those killed was
District Inspector Blake and Mrs.
Blake, and Captain Cornwallis.
Washington, May 16.-It is the pol-
icy of the American government in
every. part of the World "to inquire
and make representatLion to foreign
governments wherever it appears that
monopolitic petroleum concessions
might be granted to the possible in-
jury of American citizens," according
to a state department report signed
by Secretary Hughes and transmitted
to the senate tonight in answer to a
resolution passed by the senate a year
Williamson, W. Va., May -16.-Firing
on the Crystal Rock Coal company at
Rawl, West Virginia, broke out early
tonight, according to reports received
from the state police here. It was
th4 first disorder reported during the
day in the Kentucky and West Vir-
ginia border trouble zone.
Washington, May 16. -- Federal
troops are not needed at this time in
the strike district along the West Vir-
ginia-Kentucky border, the war de-
partment announced late today, upon
the basis of a report received from
Maj. Thompson, an officer sent into
the district for the purpose of ob-
TENNIS TEAM WINS ALL SIX
MATCHES FROM WISCONSIN
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steady game won from W. Pickard, the
fourth Badger player, by the scores
The doubles found Manz and Wes-
brook opposed to Aagesen and Tred-
well. The Michigan pair soon assert-
ed their superiority and won rather
decisively 6-1, 6-2. Their team work
showed an improvement. The other
doubles contest saw Angell and Rein-
del meeting Gotfredson and Pickard.
This match was much like the other
fin that the Michigan team won 6-2,
6-2. Angell and Reindel played well
together and the fact that they have
changed sides of the court seems to
account for this in no small measure.
The five men who leave this after-
noon to meet ,Yale, Harvard, Am-
herst, and Cornell are Capt. Walter
Wesbrook, Lewis Munz, Robert An-
gell, Charles Merkel, and George
Reindel Jr. The team will play Yale
Wednesday, Harvard Thursday, Am-
herst Friday, and will end with Cor-
nell on its annual Spring day Satur-
day. With Yale and Harvard both
having exceptionally strong teams,
the Varsity will be lucky to break
even on the Eastern invasion.
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ThILOREDAT -Ls --IuIONriEA
The MAYER-SCHAIREk Co.
Zigrabers "Printers and, Binders
Totals ...........26 0 1 27 15 3
Score by inning:
Michigan ..1 0 1 1 0% 2 0 0 0-5 10 0
Ohio ......0 0 0 0 of 0 0 00-0 1 3
Stolen bases--Uteritz. Sacrific hits
-Dixon, Uteritz. Struck out-By
Griffith 2, by Fish 1, by Dixon 2. Bases
on balls-Off Griffith 2, off Dixon 3.
Fick hit by Dixon. Two base hits-
Vick 2. Hits-Off Dixon 1, off' Griffith
5 in 3 innings, off Fish, 5 in 6 innings.
UNIVERSITY SENATE HEARS
REPORT OF PUBLICATIONS
(Continued from Page, One)
and the remainder a disbursement, to
the European Students' and Children's
Nominate Four Professors
Prof. R. W. Aigl er of the Law
school, Prof. L.AM.Gram of the en-
gineering college, Prof. W. A. Frayer
nts are asked by C. E. Pardo
tendent of the buildings an
department, to keep off th
n the campus and the portion
grounds which are being re
s of men are at work plantin
and improving the appearanc
awns, and if care is exercise
part of students the genera
nce of the campus may bi
lerable damage was done t
unds Friday when freshme
bomores trampled over th
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of the history department, and Prof.
C. T. Johnston of the engineering
g college, were nominated by the Uni-
e versity Senate to the Board in Con-
d trol of Athletics. The nominations
al must be confirmed by the Board of
e Regents .
Memorials to porof. J. H. Brewster
o and Dr. C. B. deNancreje were read
n at the University Senate meeting last
CUSTOM SERIIC EWITH OUT
THE ANNQOY/I' E OF . TRY-OIN
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