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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921.

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SHIPPIG BOARD GARLE SUE TO BEM
DEFIGIENGYfBILLNANAL.TU6
(By R.F.)
PTEI According to the latest reports
'from both camps, THE DAILY-gar-
goyle silver loving cup will descend
A4ROPRIATION CARRIES TOTA.1 from its perch above the gargoyle's
OF 156 MILLIONS FOR USE ancient typewriter and pass over to
.OF MERCHiANT MARINE . THE DAILY offices today, for nothing
short of a miracle can stop the.news-
F )Ol SDENUNCIATION papermen from edppietely eclipsing
the jokes in their annual baseball
OF BOARD BY KENYON game which will start promptly at 10
o'clock tjhis morning on.Ferry field. A
Other Senators Attest to Extravagance play-by-play score will be published
and Qraft of Merchant Marine in THE DAILY ETRA' today to-
Ofieials . gether with a play-by-play score ofi
the Illinois-Michigan game and the
(By Associated Press) returns from the Conference track
Washington, June3. -After hearing meet at Chicago.
denunciation of the shipping board The gurgers were conceded to have
for alleged mismanagement of the a pretty fair chance until a telling
merchant mapne, by Senator Kenyon, blow descended upon them yesterday.
Republican, Iowa, and others,", the Howdy Weeks, their stellar mounds-
senate today. approved a $75,000,00 man and all-around best bet, was de-
deficiency appropriatiWg for it, and a lared ineligible because of a low
few hours later passed the deficiency grade in heredity. Theirb hopes have
appropriation bill carrying a total of gone glimmering.
$156,000,000 inclusive of the ship- Hitchcock .Will Umpre
ping board item. An unfounded rumor rto the effect
The board in its management of that an indoor soft ball will be' used
the merchant marine W/as described by has been uprooted and proven abso-
Senator Kenyon as ektravagant, lutely false! A big legue (correct)
wasteful and "reeking with graft". reg,ulation baseball will be used asI
Other senators including omerene, long as it lasts. After that Capt. JackI
Democrat, Ohio, and Poindeter, Re- Kelly of the gargle will supply the
-publican, Washington, also denounc- necessary pills. Several fraternityj
ed it, but Sehator Edge, Republican, sorority and boarding houses have de-
New Jersey, Jones, Republican, Wash- ied to hold a late lunch this noon.-
ington, and others while saying there Hugh W. Hitchcock's excellent serv-
had been extravagance and waste In ices having been secured. He is to
the past, argued that the new board b'e the umpire.,
soon to be appointed should not be The game is to be. played in thet
penalized through lack of funds for morning instead of the afternoon withI
mistakes which "were water over the -
dam".
salaries paid shipping boardb oficialsN
and employges were the particular E
target against which Senator Kenyonr
shot his hottest invectives. He read0
into the record a list of the higher of-
ficials, many drawing salaries running TILL R BE ENTIRELY SEPARATE;
into five figures and showed to the PLAN ERECTiON OF
senate a pile 0f papers a foot square
and half an inch thick, which he said,,
contained only the names of employees"
of the board. He estimated that ship- New opportunities for expansion andI
ping board operations were resut ng development will be offered the de-
in a daily loss to the government of partment of education because of itsP
from $500,000 to $1,000,000. recent reorganization into a separatec
_ _ _school by action of the Board of Re-c
~ gents, according to Prof. A. S. Whit-
COMMENCEMENT TIC T gn ney, formerly head of the departmentq
and acting dean of the new college.
0 1E. iT)is action was the fesult of long
AiiimiENON JUNE 2Qcontinued efforts on the part of thec
educational faculty for several 'yearsr
sand success is due diredtly to the in-f
Seniors filing applications for Cor- 'lec fPeien ain'.Br
mencement tickets are asked to state 'tonr t.
in their applicatons if they wish their to New Schl Seprat
tickets held for them after June 28. e
Many seniors leave Ann. Arbor at The school will be completely sep-
the close of examinations and do not arate from the literary college, with t
return until Commencement, and it the same status as the Law or Med- l
is for the convenience of these stu- cal schools at the present time, ac-1
dents that the above ruling will be cording to the official notification re-
observed. Applications, for tickets will ceived yesterday by Professor Whit-a
be received at the offices of the sec- ney from the Board of Regents. It
retaries of the various schools and will now be enabled to control itsI
colleges of the University fromJune own policies by the decisions' of thei
10 to June 23.. Tickets will be allot- faculty in its separate meetings.,',The o
ted and returned to the office of the establishment of this distinct college s
secretaries for delivery shortly after at Michigan at such a late date is pe- t
and will be given out to students culiar, according to Professor Whit-
June 28. ney, in that other universities were.
Owing to the unusually large senior forced to follow 'the lead of Michigan
class this year only two tickets for in forming a separate department in
Connmencement will be allotted each the early days, but have since gone
senior. These may be used by imme far beyond it in establishing a col-
diate relatives or friends. After June lege completely distinct from the oth-
28 all allotted tickets not called for er schools.
at the offices of the secretaries will Plan Model High School

be turned over to 'Secretary Shirley A mark of what the new organiza- f
W. Smith for general distribution. tion will enable the faculty to ac- r
complish is giv'en by thb plan to startd
SYNDICALISM IN FRANCE IS construction in the immediate future a
SUBJECT OF VIBBERT TALK on a model high school, endowed with V
the .funds of the ,state and connectedl
"The Syndicalism Movement in directly with the adminstration of the n
France" was the subject of a lecture department. This will constitute the'1
by Prof. C. B. Vibbert, of the philos- wor'king laboratory of the students t
ophy department, before the Inter- of education, in much the same way I
collegiate Socialist society last night as the practice courts of the Lawb
in tle Natural Science building. Pro- school or the laboratory of medical a
fessor Vibbert spent three years in students, and will be an important a
Paris after -America entered the war, aid to the scientific training of capa- p
as director of the American Univer- ble teachers, according to Professor r
sity Union. Whitney..o
Strictly, syndicalism, means trade .- -Io
unionism, according to the speaker. Class Relay Teams Race Today t
The essential differences between Each class will be expected to en-
syndicalism and socialism, said Pro- ter a four man relay team in the inter-
fessor Vibbert, are that while the so- class track and field meet this morn- I
cialist plans to bring about reforms ing at Ferry field, according to no-F
by indirect or political methods, the tice issued by the intramural, de-d
syndicalist remains aloof from poli- partment. The pole vault, pentath- i
tics and makes his-power ,felt by ec- lon, and hammer throw are alsoa
gnomic methods, that is, by strikes, scheduled for .this morning, t

EAT FOR ILY O191
E FOR SILVER LOVING CIP
the hope that a few of the thousands
who are planning to. attend will over-
sleep the fray. As it is, those who
wish to 'secure good seats are urged
to be present shortly before 7 o'clock
this morning.
Not a Chance for Gargoyle}
The DAILY aggregation is rounding
out, in top notch shape. As an all-
round batter, Bus Campbell, DAILY
captain, has no peer - he 'probably
never will have. Brophy, the peerless
DAILY hurler, is a veteran at these
classics, having captained last year's
momentous match. He is in excellent
(Continued on Page Six)
IiCHIGAN PLACES TEN'
IN CONFERENCE TRIAS
HOFFMAN CRIUISHANK, BUTLER
BID FAIR T WIN iN ,
FINALS
(By Special Correspondent)
Chicago, June 3. - A stiff wind
with a clear sky and a firm track be-
neath greeted some 200 ath-
letes representing 18 colleges. andd
universities of the middle West in the
preliminaries of the twenty-first an-
nual Western Conference Track and
Field meet held here today.
Qualifying rounds In nine events
were held, the University of Illinois
leading the field with 12 men set for
the finals tomorrow, while the Uni-
versity of Michigan surprised by
landing 10 Rntries for the big day.
Wisconsin qualified 9, and Hamilton
of Missouri starred by entering the
finals in five of the six events in
which his team swill be represented.
Ohio State placed five men, North-
western four, Iowa three, Iowa State
and Notre Dame two each, and the
Michigan Aggies one.
Three Qualify In Quarter
In the quarter mile the Wolverines
qualified Captain Butler, Wetzel, and
Lewis, the first two winning their
heats. In the third heat Burns of
Michigan was off to a good lead, but'
on the first turn conflicted with Sweet
of Illinois and fell, being badly cut
by the cinders. The Indians also
qualified three men in, this event.
Burkholder will wear the Maize and
Blu9 in tomorrow's final and is fav-
ored to give Yates of Illinois a tightJ
race. Both Michigan and Illinois
failed to qualify in the 'pole vault,
Michigan because she had no en-
tries.
Cruikshank Second in Jump
Cruikshank, with a leap of 22 feet,
took second in the broad jump pre-
liminaries, Stinchcomb of Ohio being
less than an inch to the good.
Van Orden qualified in the discusr
and Walker in the high jump. Van
Orden again qualified in the shot.t
HWffman, with a throw of 178 feet 4
nches against a stiff wind, is a fav-
orite in the ,javelin, with Dunne al-1
so quali%,d. Hoffman's peg exceeds ,
he best throw of Prede of Illinois by t
10 feet.
HERIN FI B ,
Huf-FOROISI IOIII.

Six hundred state bonus blanks for
former enlisted men of the army ar-t
ived at the R. O. T. C. offices yester-
day afternoon and will be distributed
and filled out from 10 to 12 o'clock I
this morning.Z
Any man who served in the army,
navy, or marine corps from April 6,r
1917, to Nov. 11, 1918, and who at that
time were residents of the state of
Michigan, are eligible for the bonus,
but the blanks that are now on hand
are. for former enlisted men of the
army only, and no others need ap-2
ply. Blanks for army, navy, and ma-
rine corps officers and enlisted menI
f navy and marine corps have beenE
rdered and will be sent as soon asf
they are printed,
Students who are notary' publics,
and wish to donate their services in
this work are asked to report at the
R. O. .T. C. offices at 11 o'clock to-
lay. Men who are willing to assistj
n the filling out of these blanks aret
also urged to present themselves at
that time, 1

PLY BEST MATCH EXTBAL LAME, MEETAPPRECATIONWIll
Following the custom of past years BE
A n giving its readers news of athletic
eventstaking place outside of the
city, The Daily will issue an extra
Jerome, of Detroit Eastern, and 01l, today, giving the results of the inter-
Enter Finals givnd the bseltsol geiamb-Ot. H BD
of Toledo Scott, Battle to conference track meet, being held at
Ente FialsChicago, and the baseball. game be-
tween the University of Illinois and FUND FOR FELLOWSHIPS A
WILL CONTINUE CONTESTS Michigan at Urbana. - PORTRAIT GIFTSTO
The extra will contain a running T
ALL DAY TO FINISH MEET story on the track meet, reporting it UNIVERSITY
event by event, with a summary and
Two men, P. Jerome, of Detroit the final results, and a play by ply PRESENTATION WILL B
Eastern, and C. Ohl, of Toledo Scott, story on the baseball game with the MADE IN AUDIT RIj
reached the semi-final round of the Illini. eased wires have mpde ac--
interscholastic tennis tournament yes- curate and speedy reports available. Forer Stidesnd Adrers R
terday afternoon. These two men Reports on the events also may be oey forents ndIAdrs
will meet this morning in what prom- had by calling either 2414 or 960. Money for Fund; Banquet
ises to be the best match of the entire _ N'Will Be Tendered
tourney, with Jerome picked as the
probable winner on the basis of his (By H. H.)
farmer play. F. T1ait, Detroit Central, B S Appreciation of work well andc'
and E. Staley, Toledo Scott, will fight sistently done, that comes all n i
for one of the other semi final berths, seldom during the life of the in
while M. Feerer, Detroit Northern, and I IV FU VV vidual, will scarce ever. be plac
F. Jerome, Detroit Eastern, will bat- more deservedly than that which
tle for the last one. $1,500 Needed to 'Give Week's .Outing brought to a. focus in the presen
After the rain yesterday afternoon to 150 Youngsters From Detroit tion of the portrait of Prof. Thomr
two first 'round doubles matches were And Other Cities C. Trueblood, head of the pub
played on the concrete courts, O. Zem- (speaking department, and ofA t
on and .M. Feerer, Detroit Northern, MEETING CALLED FOR MONDAY "Trueblood Fellowship Fund" to t
defeated F. Donovan and B. Strand, OF SOCIETY DELEGATES University and their acceptance
Highland Park, 6-3, 6-4, and F. Rose __- President Marion L. Burton at
and G. Thomas, Detroit- Northwestern, Organization details for the present o'clock Monday atternoon in Hill au
defeated H. Rose and J. Reigle, Flint ation to the campus next Monday, torium.
Central, 6-2, 6-. Tuesday, and Wednesday of the "Mich-, The portrait 'was painted fast f
All men left in the tournament are igan Fresh Air Camp" propostion were by Merton Grenhagen, painter
requested to report at Ferry field at 9 completed yesterday. The feature of note, whose portrait of the late I
o'clock this morning, Mathes will be the opening day of the solicitation for James Martin, formerly of the Me
run off one after the other and will $1,500 from students to support 150 ical faculty, now hangs in the Me
last all day in order that the meet may neglected street boys of Detroit and gal building. The funds which pa
be completed today. other cities for two weeks this sum- for the work were raised entirely
Following is a summary of yester- ier at a University camp, will be a voluntary contributions in" smi
day's play: P. Jerome, Detroit East- meeting at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon amougts by forlier students and a
ern, defeated C. Letchie, Detroit at Lane hall, of representatives of mirers of Professor Trueblood. T
Northwestern, 6-2, 6-2; C. Ohl, Toledo fraternities, sororities, and league portrait is hung in a simple'ha
Scott, defeated J. Harris. Detroit houses. carved frame which was chosen
Northeastern, 6-1, 6-3. The match be- R. J. Dunne, '22, -chairman of the Grenhagen and madein Chicago.
tween F. Tait, Detroit Central, and E. local committee, and L. C. Reiman, '16, 1 President Will Receive
Staley, Toledo Scott, was ended by the who is to be chief counsellor of the &Fx-Senator Albert J. Beveridg w
in after the former had won the first camp, will explain the project at that speak at the presentation exercip
set, 6A. In the doubles, 0. Zemon and time. ' on some phase of public speaking a'
M. Feerer, Detroit Northern, defeated Local members 'of the Kiwanis club John C. Bills, '04L, of Detroit, form
'. Donavan and B. Strand, Highland will have the propostion put before intercollegiate debater will represe
Park, 6-3,6-4; F. Rose and G. Thomas, them at a luncheon at 12:15, o'clock the friends and students of Profess
Detroit Northwestern, defeated H. Monday at the Chamber of Commerce Trueblood in presenting the portra
Ross and J. Reigle, Flint Central, 6-2, inn, when Dunne will be the principle which is to be received by Preside
6-1. speaker. The club's support will go Burton, along with tU) start of~; t
The following matches will be play with that of Detroit and state Mich- "Hrueblood Fellowship Fund".
ed today at 9 o'clock: M. Feerer, De- igan alumni who will secure the site This fund, which -it is hoped w
troit Northern, vs. F. Jerome, Detroit and buy equipment for the camp. reach the sum of $20000 and is to
Eastern; F. Tait, Detroit Central ,vs. The campus is being asked to pro- used for graduate fellowships in pu
E. Staley, Toledo Scott; P. Jerome, vide the living expenses of the kids at lic speaking, has been started by t
Detroit Eastern, vs. C. Ohl, Toledo camp. Estimated figures show that Oratorical association's gift of $2,04
Scott; S. Moriya and E. McCandliss, $5 will give a street boy a week's .'Will Tender Banquet
Ann Arbor, vs. L. Hoagland and C. outing, and a total of $1,500 would es- A banquet in honor 'of Profess
McLetchie, Detroit Northwestern. tablish the camp well for this year. Tiueblood will be tendered by t
It is hoped to make it a permanent in- Oratorical association Monday nig
stitution like those maintained by the to a limited nuniber of invited gues
FUTURE MINISTRS CAi Universities of Pennsylvania and A program will be given dtring whi
Princeton. . Dean Henry M. Bates, of the hL
SOCIETY MONTEITH CLUB The committee to solicit University school, will act' as toastmaster.
women was named yesterday as fol- Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood was bo
lows: Marcella Moon, '21, Edna Groff, April 6, 1856, in Salem, 'Indiana, al
"The Monteith club" will be the '23, Neva Lovewell, '22, Elizabeth after attending school at Bue Riv
name of a new organization which Hutchens, '23, and Constance Baldwin, academy-and Earham college, he l>
Wilk become another unit of the S. '23. came interested .in public speaki>
C. A., its president being a member and together with Prof. Robert I. F
of the S. C. A. cabinet. This new club MYSTERY SHROUDS ton established a school of Oratory
is the result of a meeting held last Kansas City.
Tuesday, May 31, at the home of Prof. SENIOR BREAKFAST Later both men gave up the scho
Leroy Waterman of a group of men in the West to accept positions
who have definitely decided to enter Plans are nearing completion for the leading universities. Professor Tru
the field of the Christian ministry as annual Senior girls' breakfast, to be blood became full professor and he
their life work. held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, of the newly created University d
The club was named after Rev. John June 25, in. the assembly hall of the partment of public speaking in 18
Monteith, a Presbyterian minister of Union. Tickets, which are limited this In connection with Professor Ful6
Detroit, who was one of the first mem- year, will be on sale within a week. he has prepared three text books on t
hers of the faculty of the University, ' A dark veil of mystery shrouds the art of public speaking, and has cot
a1d sponsored the. early growth of the sources of entertainment to be offer- piled three other books of choice el
institution at the time when it was sit- ed. However, there will be speeches, quence and literature for illusr
uated in Detroit. prophecies, and long-suspected se- tive material.

At tlis meeting Professor Water- crets revealed concerning certain (Continued on Page Six)
man, President M. L. Burton, an'd Mr. members. of the class. Engaged-girls,
Thomas S. Stevens were elected to soon-to-be married-girls, and already-
membership in the. club. The follow- members of the class. Engaged-girls, ADVISERS TO BE LISTED
'I ADVIFISOBE_ ISTE
ing officers were ele ted: Walter L. in the program - the nature of which
Nufer, '22, president; asper J. Hieftje, cannot be told. Men wishing to serve as up
'23, vice-president; ahd 0. C. Michel- .perclass advisers next year are
mann, '22, secretary-treasurer. FRESH GLEE CLUB DANCE WILL requested to fill out the enclos-
BE HELD AT PACKARD TONIGHT ed coupon and mail to the Union
ALL UNION ROOMS TAKEN FOR -or hand in att the main desk
COMMENCEMENT; OTHERS LISTED Final arrangements have been com-
trs ii Ge lb immediately.,
pleted for the Freshmen Glee club
An unpreceden'ted demand for party which is to be held this eveninI
rooms at the Union by returning at the Packard dancing academy. Phil I desire to serve as an up-
alumni who will be here for the Com- Diamond's regular 'six-piece orches- I perclass adviser next year
meicement week sessions has taken tra has been secured for the occasion
every available room in the building and the dancing will begin promptly Name...
for June 28 and 29. Reservations for at 8:30 and will continue until 12
this year were made as early as a o'clock. Address.
year ago, and by April the rooms' Owing to the size of the hall ad-
were already all reserved. mission will be restricted to members
In order to take care of the people, only. Summer formal dress is sug- Class
however, the Union is listing rooms gested by the committee. The chaper- Department...............
in nearby residences. In several in- ones for the dance include Mr. George
stances large rooming houses have 0..Bowen, of the School of Music, and
been secured to take care of separate Mrs. Bowen, and Mr. Frank L. Thom- Phone No................
units of alumni, as, musical director of the club. .

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