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January 20, 1921 - Image 1

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When Whiskers
Foaled j. Ham HOKYSXET
E~r .V { N VOR K Thesaying that great men have BASDTO~ n
theireccentricities is well set forth
yN E ananecdote which is told of ex- Strong Defensive Work by Both Teams
Senator J. Hamilton Lewis in con- Features Well-Fought
nection-with his recent visit to Ann Contest
As this hirsute gentleman was on
SAYS DOCTOR ~ hi way to the reception given after TREMNTSO LY
BAYS DOCTOR his lecture he encountered a bearded THREE MINUTES OF PLA
professor with whom he was not ac-
FAMINE CONDITIONS quainted. In accordance with the In a game featured by strong defen-
IN COUNTRY TERRIBLE pompous custom of Mr. Lewis, he be- sive work on the part of both teams,
stowed a sweeping bow upon this Michigan's informal hockey sextette
rEpidemicmember of the faculty, who in returnl
Moving Pictures of Cholera nodded his head in a manner which last night took the crack Rayl aggre-
and Cleanup in Shanghai did not fulfill the ex-senator's crite- gation of Detroit into camp by the
Sh ~ score of 4-2, at the Coliseum rinli
Shown rion of enthusiasm. here.
-- So Mr. Lewis continued on his
The Maize and Blue defenders held
"When the true history of China is way, ,but turning to one of his hosts thead e
Written the United States can be he remarked: "The professor has eir opponents scoreless until the
wUdb hiskrsmdost as respledentaslast three minutes of play, when the
proud of. our part in the making of mine, but not nearly the manners Detroiters opened up and scored two
that great republic," said Dr. Joseph that I have." successive goals. On more than one
C. McCracken, speaking before a large occasion it seemed as if the visitors,
crowd at the first meeting of thewho had the edge on the .Michigan
Hilld atore ium. NeDEVELOP INheteam by dint of longer practice, would
World Service Forum last night in forge ahead of the Varsity, but the
Hill auditorium.E INlatter, though showing lack of prac-
"China is now progressing and no tice in the first period by slow and
country will be -allowed to interfere SHIPlP Ilti LRVIb loose playing, came back strong in
withitsrores.Butit nees ourthe second period and outplayed the
Rayls the rest of the game.
help and backing in the next few
years, politically and every other Commerce with United States Said to Michigan Takes Lead Early
way. Be Chief Object by Irish Michigan took the lead early, when
Tells of Missionaries Representative Barkell, at center, scored a neat goal
"No one ci: tealize what education from scrimmage in the first period.
means when only a very small per- GREAT BRITAIN ATTEMPTING Barkell accounted for two more tal
tentage of the people can either read lies in the second period, making the
or write. Different kinds of Chinese PREVENTION OF TRADE, CLAIM first of these from face-off.
are spoken in different sections so In the final period Kahn added an-
that often the people cannot even un- (By Associated Press) other point to Michigan's total with
derstand each other. Washington, Jan. 19. -- The provi- a remarkable goal which he made un-
"Modern teachings are creating sional Irish republic, through its con, assisted after following the elusive
great upheavals in the Chinese sys- sular service, is building up a large puck the entire length of the field.
tem," said Dr. McCracken in telling and successful direct shipping service Schrieber and Green, both of whom
of the good work missionaries are do- between Ireland and other countries, showed up well at their respective
ing. "They are putting aside their especially with the United Stats, the positions of right wing and center,
old beliefs. They cannot worship commission of 100 investigators of the scored two goals for the Rayls in the
images under modern teachings. The Irish question was told today by J. last three minutes of the game.
great need is for moral fiber in their L. Fawfitt, who said he was the Rayl Defense Good
political lines. Irish consul general in New York. The Rayls put up a sterling de-
Tells of Famine A fortnightly service between New fense, but were unable to cope with
"They should riot only learn all of York and Cork, Mr. Fawfitt said, is in the brilliant work of' Barkell and
our industrial, political, and educa- operation and another service will Cannon, who proved aggressive in
tional knowledge, but they should also open soon between Boston and an breaking up the passing of the visit-
learn all of our christian beliefs." Irish port. Michigan Rayls
The doctor then used moving pic- England was said by Fawfitt to be Barkell .........C.............Green
tures to show conditions in Foochow making every effort to prevent direct Cannon ........ L.W.. . .......... Hall
during the cholera epidemic In 1919, shipping with Ireland. He added that Hosking........R.W.......Schreiber
when more than 50,000 people died. in his opinion "on account 'of her Kahn ......... L.D............. Hand
A clean-up campaign in Shanghai was large debt to the United States, Great MacDuff......R.D........... Leaver
also shown. Britain probably will not take extreme Comb .........G. ..............Skelly
"Present famine conditions are ter- measres to embarrass American for- Goals scored-Barkell, 3, Kahn;
rible. Dying people are refused food eign shipping," although she had sub-. Schreiber, Green. Substitutions -
i order to nourish the ones who are Jected every ship to search and other Follis for Hosking, Hosking for Fol-
in better health," he concluded, indignities. lis, Follis for Hosking. Time of
Speaks at Rotary Club periods-15 minutes. Referee-Rey-
Speaking before the Rotary club CAMP TO DISCUSS nolds. Goal judge-Kerr.
yesterday noon Dr. McCracken said:
"There is only one doctor for every FREUDISM TONIGHT Sanders Discusses Old Manuscripts
400,000 persons in China as compared .
with a doctor for every 700 in this Prof. Carl D. Camp of the neurolo- Prof. H. A. Sanders, of the Latin de-
country. There are but 300 hospi- gy department, will deliver the first partment, delivered a talk last night
tal and a total of 1,000 doctors, 500 of a series of addresses under the before the Research club on a papyrus
of which are missionary. auspices of the Graduate club at 7:30 manuscript of the Old Testament. He
"One-third of the people who are o'clock tonight in the Natural Science is preparing a paper about this manu-
sick receive no attention whatever, auditorium. His topic is "Freud- script which will appear in the next
one-third are treated by fake doc- ism: A Critique of Psycho-Analysis." issue of the Alumnus.
tors, and the other third are taken The Graduate club is planning a
care of by trained physicians. There course of five lectures for which sever-
'are no laws in regard to setting up a al prominent men on the graduate fac-
practice. Anyone can be a doctor." ulty have been secured. Admission
to the lectures is free and students
Contractors Tear Down Old Property other than graduates may attend.
-Contractors are tearing down the old Termiigfu paeswt
Condon residence next to the Martha Termiigfu paeswt
Cook dormitory. The building and the dates of their speeches are as
grounds were purchased some time follows: Prof. Walter F. Colby, of :
ago by the University as an ad di- the physics department, Feb. 3; Prof.
tion to the Martha Cook property. A. Franklin Shull, of the zoology de-
partment, March 3; Prof. Jesse S.
Reeves, of the political science de-

IMPORTANT MEETING partment, March 31; and Prof. Har
OF UPPERCLASSMEN ley H. Bartlett, of the botany depart-
ment, May 5.
There will be a meeting of all L
Junior and senior men in Union Legislators Arrive For Inspection
asseby all promptly at 2Four members of the Michigan
state legislature arrived in Ann Arbor
o'clock Sunday afternoon for the
last night from Lansing as the ad-
dis n of cpus problems. vance guard of a legislative commit-
THE STUDENT COUNCIL, vnsgado eiltv
By Le Grande A. Gaines, Jr., tee which will inspect the University
President. today. Other members of the commit- MICHIGAN'S NEGATIVE DEBATING
tee are expected to arrive this morn- GRUBAUGH, '22; BYRON F. FIE
ing. HAUSER, JR, '23L.



Chinese Women In Gay Regalia
Will Sell Tickets To Spotlight;
Everything Set For Show Tonight
Dressed in gorgeous Chinese gowns disposing of the tickets In an effort
such as victorious generals returning to fill the auditorium tonight, in or-
from the field wear, and more par- der that the net proceeds, which will
be given to the famine sufferers in WILL BE PRESENTED AT ANNUAL
ticularly like that worn by the Chi- China, will be large. "The advance WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
e "Joan of Arc" in the year 617 sale of tickets has been very encour-
A. D., Miss Tong-tsung Tsu, School aging," said Vernon Hillery, '23, ticket CELEBRATION
of Music, and Miss L. T. Fong, '21D, chairman, yesterday.
will sell tickets today for the Chinese Program Is Varied W. G. SHARP CHOSEN AS
Presenting a production which is to SPEAKER FOR OCCASION
Spotlight to be given at 8 o'clock to- consist of music, magic and enter-
night in Hill auditorium. They will tainment, the Chinese Students' club Pres. Marion L. Burton on Program;
appear in the Library between the has secured the aid of American tal-
hours of 11 and 12 o'clock this fore- ent to lend greater variety to the Will Make Speech of
non and 2 and 3 o'clock this after- Spotlight. Opening with duets by L. Acceptance
noon. Y. Hu, '22, and T. Y. Tsou, '24, play-
American Students Aid ing on native instruments, the moon Formal presentation to the Univer-
During this, the last day for the mandolin,' bamboo organ pipes, bam- sity of a collection of war trophies
sale, American students will aid in boo flute and Chinese violin, the pro- by a representative of the French gov-
gram will be continued with an act ernment, their acceptance by Presi-
by Arden Purvis, '22, who will give dent Marion L. Burton, and an ad-
InICNIN CD TE G a Jewish monologue. dress by Hon. William G. Sharp, '83L,
"Black Art" by S. Q. Wong, '21E, the will take place Feb. 22 in Hill audi-
Chinese magician, is to follow the torium, during the annual celebra-
Americanact, and then George Ed- tion of Washington's birthday by the
ward Sloan, '23, in "Just Talk." University.
Rhodes Brothers' novelty orchestra Announcement of the plans for the
WOLVERINES, CHICAGO, NORTHA will conclude the five-act program. program for this year was made at
WESTERN IN TRIANGULAR The Union orchestra will play during the deans' meeting yesterday by the
CONTEST the assembling of the crowd and after committee in charge of the French
the performance. gift, of which Dean Henry M Bates,
Michigan's negative debating team, of the Law school, is chairman. The
CwhNCY wiRSIGtN UIvsygift of war trophies consists of sev-
which will meet the University ofIJR T K IINi 'IH eral machine guns, French~ "75's'
Chicago team Friday night at Chicago, helmets, breast plates, ammunition
will leave this morning for that city. and other similar articles.
The men who will make the trip Y[AIVE SdIVICJL The speaker of the occasion, Mr.
Sharp, was at one time United States
are Leon A. Grubaugh, '22, Wi. H.amsadrtFanendhsel
Frankhauser Jr., '23L, and Byron F. HAS BEEN FIELD SECRETARY, OF ambassador to France and has held
DETROIT U. OF M. AND VAR- many distinguished positions.
Field, '21. Prof. Ray K. Immel, of SITY "" CLUBS "We hope to secure some French-
the oratorical department, will ac- man well known in America for the
company the team. Practice will be occasion," said Dean Bates, "and will
copay hetem.(Special to The Daily) make It a gathering of signifiane."
held tonight in the Mandil hall. While Detroit, Jan. 19.-Robert H. Clancy, Asked as to whether the gift from
in Chicago the team will stay at the '07, today resigned as field secretary France toMichigan was one of many
Del Prado hotel. of the University of Michigan club of such to all the bigauniversities or one
The debate, which will be on "Re- Detroit, to take effect Feb. 19, imme- to this University alone, he said, "I
solved That a Parliamentary Form of diately after the opening of the see- believe the French government has
Government Should Be Adopted by ond semester. Clancy sent the fol- made the gift to a few other institu-
the United States," will be a three lowing letter stating the reasons for tions, but very few. Michigan is for-
cornered contest, being the annual his resignation to the presidents of tunate in receiving such a collection
Central Debating league meet. The the Varsity "M" club and the Detroit as has been offered."
members of the league are Michigan, Alumni club:
Chicago, and Northwestern, each team "One year ago today I was appoint- UNIVERSITY ASKED
taking the affirmative side of the ed field secretary of the University of
question on its home floor, North- Michigan club of Detroit, of the Var- TO SEND DELEGATE
western sending its negative team sity 'M' club, and of various alumni
here. bodies throughout the country. The Michigan Representative Wanted for
crisis in the athletic situation at Ann Undergraduate Conference
STUDENTS MUST GET HOUSING Arbor which led to the appointment
BUREAU'S 0. K. BEFORE MOVING has now passed, and the athletic fu- A request that the University send
ture of the University of Michigan a delegate to an intercollegiate con-
looks very bright. Various measur.es ference on undergraduate government
J. A. Bursley, director of the Univer- can be taken to safeguard this fu- to be held at the Massachusetts In-
sity housing bureau, has issued a ture. stitute of Technology on April 15 and
notice to the effect that all students Promoted General Welafre "16 was reported at the meeting of the
desirous of changing their rooming "We also made our alumni organi- Student council in the Union last
places at the end of the first semester zation the vehicle of promoting the night A committee s ointed to
must received pernIssion from the general welfare of the University to determine the means of sending a del-
committee of appeal of the University the best of our ability and resources. egate to the conference.
housing bureau. We particularly urge the alumni to The council issued a call for a
The next meeting of the committee place themselves behind gift endow- meeting of all junior and senior men
will be held Monday afternoon, Jan. ments, appropriations and favorable in the Union assembly hall at 2:30
24, from 3 to 5 o'clock in room 304 at newspaper publicity for the Univer- o'clock Sunday afternoon. The !meet-
the Union.sity. We can still push these projects ing will be given over to j discussion
as members of the general Alumni of campus Eproblems.
"Therefore I see no urgent neces- REPORTS FROM FRATERNITIES
sity for my carrying longer the bur-
dens of the position of field secre- In order that the final reports can
tary. The pressure of other duties be made by the Good Fellowship: club,
and the assumption on "new tasks in the following fraternities are request-
the near future require me to here- ed to return their post cards: Alpha
with present my resignation, to take Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Chi,
effect on February 19, immediately Delta' Upsilon, Kappa Sigia,.Phi Kap-
after the opening of the new semes- pa Sigma, Psi Omega, Sigma Chi, Sin-
ter. I want to take this occasion to fonia, and Trigon.

thank most earnestly all these good
friends of Michigan who have given
me their loyal support and friendly ATTENTION, STEWARDS!
encouragement during the past year."
I Stewards of fraternities, house
In commenting upon Clancy's res- clubs, and sororities who have
ignation Philip G. Bartelme, director house jobs which could be filled
of the Athletic association, Said: "Mr. by athletes, call Hammond,
Clancy had a very difficult piece of phone 188. Work as waiters, or
work placed before him when he was in the kitchen is acceptable, as
TEAM, CONSISTING OF LEON A. appointed to this position. I think he long as it pays at least board.
;LD, '21, AND WILLIAM H. FRANK- has carried out his duties in an ex-
tremely excellent manner."




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