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DAY, ANDflNIGHT WIRF
XXI. No. 120.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921.
PRICE FIVE C
U OF M. BUGET Tickets For .leet OPERA TICKET SALE [PEN
- Available Today
__h Td MANY APPLY THROUGH DEAN OF
Tickets for the Cornell track meet WOMEN ON WEDNES-
E Saturday will be oobtainable this DAY
B E IS TU R I "morning from 9:30 o'clock on, until
the 2,000 are disposed of, in Univer- University women have the sole
PASSES UNIVERSITY CO1MD1TTEE sity hall. The admission cards will be right to purchase tickets to the Union
SEN"AT"E; TO exchanged for coupon number eight opera today when the box office sale
in the Athletic book. is held for them from 2 to 5 o'clock in
LATER Officials of. the Athletic association Hill auditorium. A large number of
advise all who desire to see the meet women applied yesterday at the office
APPROPRIATION FOR to be on hand early, as a great de- of Dean Myra B. Jordan for slips en-
HOSPITAL BEING CUT mand for the tickets is expected. Un- titling holders to reserved places in
der no circumstances° will anyone be the line at the auditorium today.
Way andMeansCommitteeallowed admission to the meet with- Townspeople, as well as all others,
out a ticket. who have not yet ordered seats, will
Amounts of All State Institn- The booth in University hall, which be given an opportunity of doing so
tion Budgets is located directly across the hall from when the general box office sale opens
the registrar's office, will remain open tomorrow at the Whitney theater. Best
(By Associated Press) until the tickets are gone, seats can still be obtained for the
Lansing, March 23-Rep. David Jer- Tuesday evening and Saturday matinee
ome, ciIrman of the house, ways and performances.
meansercommittee, which is engaged in r n T Music Arrives
cutting down budgets submitted to the Lhe musical scores and sheet music
lsglslature, .indicated today that the arrived yesterday from the publishers:
the Otto Zimmerman company of Cin-
sum asked 'by the University of Mich- . 11innat , and will go on sale at local
igan must be reduced along with the - music stores next Tuesday. The scores
requests of nearly every other de- Employes Compromise In Accepting will sell for $2.25 and the sheet music
partment and institution in the state. Reduced Wages Until Further for 35 cents a copy. All the musical
The committee, he added, was sharply Arbitration numbers are contained in the score
cutting all building appropriations which is covered in a very attractive
which includes that for the new Uni- SECRETARY OF LABOR DAVIS manner, the official opera poster de-
versity hospital. Representative Jer- ETS TEMPORARY SETTLEME in and title "Top o' th' Mornin ,ap-
ome suggested that a smaller building pearing on the front outside cover.
than the 10 story'' structure originally The songs which will appear in sheet
planned might have to be substituted. (By Associated Press) music are "Fairy Fountain," "Peggy
Doctors Rave Grievance Washington, March 23-Prospects of O'Dare, "Honey," "When You Love,"
In further comment on the Univer- an immediate strike in the packing and "Touch o' th' Green," which are
sity affair Mr. Jerome said he was in- industry were averted tonight through show.
clined to believe doctors of the state the mediation of Secretary of Labor Scenery Set Up
had a just grievance against the pro- Davis Scenery set aap
potsal for extension, of the hospital .Scenery for the second act was set
which includes what civilians physic- Compromises on the part of the em- up in the Workshop yesterday, and is
lans have termed "competition" with ployes in accepting the recently an- said to be the best piece of outside
them. The same situation, he declar- nounced wage reduction and on the work evr done by Carl Bromel, opera
ed, prevails in the engineering depart- part of the five big packers in con- scenic designer. A background of
e, pereisnhesaidenn ermountains appears as immense and
ment, where, he said, men are gradu- senting to a six months extension of s
ouaonaetdi lvn real as any Rocky mountain range.
ating and go ou omk hi iigthe Alschuler arbitration arrangement *
only to find that the former professors made possible the settlement after
are in competition with them.ma ep sil th stl m nt ferS M E
"W e are cutting the budget as intel- three days of conferences in which
lig':ty a wecan" M. Jrom sadrepresentatives of the packers and CTL IEOFSiMM R
cuten t iy gs e n, M r. Jerod, em ployes and Secretary D avis,EOed-.
e and we epectthere will be con- er, and Wallace participated.
siderable numbers of heartburnings as The terms of the settlement as
a result of our work, but it can't be agreed to are in brief as follows: CONTAINS COMPLETE LIST OF
,, Reduction of wages amounting toO
helped ,.08 cents an hour for hourly workers COURSES FOR
and 12 1-2 cents for piece workers. TERM
With a recommendation that' it pass Retention of the eight hour day bas-
the proposed bill of $8,690,000 for the is and overtime rates as provided in i
University was reported out by the the wartime Alschuler ruling. The twenty-eighth annual anounce-
senate university committee Tuesday. Extension for six months or until ment of the Summer session was is-
Following this a minority report' by next Sept. 15 of the arrangement sued yesterday and copies are now ob-
Senator Albert Engel of Lake City ree- whereby Judge Samuel Alschuler shall tainable at the offices of Dean Kraus,
ommended $2,500,000 for the building decide all questions of hours, wages, Registrar Hall, or the secretary. The
program and $204,675 for the pur- conditions and adjustments not spe- listroflcor thissessionri. The
chase of 14 lots for building sites. cifically provided for in the written list of courses of this session is the
The reports came after Senators agreement. most complete that has ever been is-
Harvey Penney of Saginaw, and Ar- .sued, according to the Dean. '
thur Bolt of Muskegon, spent several CROSS WILL TALK The literary college and graduate
weeks trying to convince Senator En- C school will be represented by a total
gel, that he should approve the, bud- ON POETRY TODAY of 241 courses, the engineering school
get. Engel maintained his original by 62, the medical school by 21, the
opinion that the state is not in a f- "Romantic Myth-Making in Modern rest being, the law school, 16 for its
nancial position to carry out the pro- Poetry" is the subject of a lecture to 2 sessions, pharmic 6, and library
(Continued on Page Eight) methods 9. The work of the graduate
be given by Prof. Tomn Peete Cross, of school and dental college is all in the
the English department of the Uni- other colleges, so no separate an-
versity of Chicago, at 4:15 o'clock this nouncement is made for it.
YFafternoon in Natural Science auditor- The program of special lectures and
LIum. entertainments is probably the best
Professor Cross is said to be an au- that has ever been offered, according
. thority on the subject,' having made to the Dean, at least 4 lectures being
Dr. Albert A. Stanley, professor of an extensive study of English poetry given every week, the subjects rang-
music, was the guest of honor last from the Anglo-Saxon age to the pre- Ing from speeches on education to
night at the annual banquet of the sent day. Of the many books that he travelogues.
Symphonic league given in Newberry has written the best known is "The The regular features of the session
hall. All the toasts from the alum- Celtic Origin of the Lay of Yonee." will all be given, including the bio-
ni, the freshmen, the seniors, and the logical station and courses in physi-
faculty paid him tribute. JUNIOR LITS MEET TODAY cal training, embalming, and library
When Dr. Stanley's turn came to methods.
speak, he modestly told of some of the TO NOMINATE OOUNCI MEN
happenings during his career as di- CHEMISTS STAR'
rector of the School of Music, empha- The junior literary class will hold a
sizing the co-operation of the board meeting at 4:15 o'clock today in room CONVENTION TODAY
of directors, the faculty, and the stu- 205 of Mason hall, to discuss plans -
dents; but throughout his talk the for the remainder of the term, as well Sixteen chapters of Phi Lambda Up-
success of his work in Ann Arbor was as to nominate men for the office of
evident. Student councilmen. O. W. Rush, '22, silon, honorary chemical society, wil'
He spoke of the present School of president of the ' junior class urges be represented at the biennial con
Music, "I doubt very much whether 'that every junior attend this meeting vention of that organization being hel
there Is another school of music which as many important matters will be today and tomorrow with headquart
can furnish a greater faculty than brought up for discussion. ers at the Union.
ours. We have now the largest en- H. L. Fisher, research director o
rollment in the history of the school. Alpha Nu to Debate on Friday Night the Goodrich Tire and Rubber com
We have proved in the School of "Resolved, That all newly elected pany, will speak during the conven
Music that the only way to develop members should take up the duties of tion, over which Pres. H. M. Hale3
musical appreciation is to give noth- office within one month after the gen. will preside. Matters of importanc
ing but the best. Our requirements eral election in November," is the sub- will be taken up, including the elec
for graduation are fully as exacting ject to be debated by Alpha Nu at its tion of new national officers, a pro
as were those in Leipsic when I was next regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock gressive revision of the constitution
g student there." Friday night in its club rooms on the and legislative action to govern ex
In closing he said: "I- have been fourth floor of University hall. A short pansion.
through many troubles, but nothing parliamentary drill will be held before The delegates will be the guests a
touches deeper than to part with all the debate. Visitors may attend both Alpha Chi Sigma, local chemical fra
of you." the drill and the debate. ternity, Friday night at a banquet.
IS FOR WOMEN TODAY Seniors Nominate PRO
:Wen For Council
The colors are such as will lend them--D
selves well to lighting effects-the Lowell Genebach, Dwight P. Joyce,
deep purple of the distant valleys, the Marland B. Small, and Armand V. Mc-
bare rocks closer in, and the moun- Phee were nominated for the offices
tain grasses on the stones in the fore- of student councilmen at a meeting M I ANS 10L
tground. It is hoped to obtain an im- of the -senior literary class yesterday.
pressive effect when the characters Two of the above men will be elected REPRESENTATIVE ROWE INTRO.
wind theirs way down through the between 9 o'clock and 3 o'clock Wed- DUCES I STATE
mountains to the O'Dare home. The nesday, March 30, at the voting booth LEGISLATURE
scenery for the entire opera will be in University hall.
completed tomorrow. Seniors will be given an opportunityAM U T VA Y R M
- - __ to order graduation invitations at an AMOUNTS VARY FROM
-early date, according to Donald J. Pr- 50 TO 200 DOLLARS
LOCAL TIME ADVANCES ter, chairman of the invitation. com-
AN HOUR NEXT SUNDAY mittee. Two forms of invitations will Place of Graduation Determines the
be placed on exhibition in Wahr's and Size of Sum to Be
Time in Ann Arbor will go Graham's bookstores. Pai
ahead one hour at 2 o'clock At the meeting yesterday a report
next Sunday morning as a result was made by the honor committee but That graduates of a Michigan uni
of the ordinance passed by the no action was taken. No date has versity, college or normal school b
Common council in its regular been set as yet for the senior lit party taxed an amount ranging from $50 tC
meeting Monday night. The rul- due to a possible conflict with another $200 is the subject of a resolution in.
ing places the city on Eastern class function. troduced in the state legislature b
Standard time, the same as De- Seniors delinquent in the payment Rep. Floyd W. Rowe, of Hilldale, re-
troit, instead of Central Stand- of class dues should mail remittances cently. The resolution is in the fon
,ard aime. immediately to J. E. McManis, 1350 of a recommendation to the regents o
According to the ordinance, Washtenaw avenue, boards in control of the various in
the change back to Central stitutions, and stipulates differen
Standard time will be made au-, amounts which should be levied, ac
tomatically on the last Saturday cording to the college from which th
in October. University clocks Istudent graduated.
will undoubtedly be set ahead 'The plan, which the legislator aug
with those of the city, as was the gests, calls for a tax of $150 for grad
case last year. uates of the University who are res
idents of the state, $200 for those wh
Students on Probation Are Seven Per are residents of other states, and $401
(ent Lower Than for students from foreign countries
Others This will apply only to students en
Others Vtering next fall.
MANY REASONS GIVEN FOR According to the plan, the studen
FAILURES IN SCHOOL WORK upon graduation will sign promissor:
notes of $50 each for the amount due
Students on probation, taken as a payable in succeeding years, begin
Faculty Committee on Student Affairs group, averaged seven per cent lower ning two years after graduation.
Passes on Proposi- than the non-probation students tak- At the present time the legislatur
ieon ing the recent mental tests, according cannot legally fix tuition, or fees o
- to a statement made by Prof. Guy M. the University, this being in the pow
Whipple, of the department of educa- er of the Regents. Thus, the proposi
MICHIGAN UNION TO HOLD tion, before the University faculty tion of Representative Rowe is in th
SPOTLIGHT VAUDEVILLE Monday afternoon. The tests were giv- form of a recommendation, and th
en several weeks ago to all probation- Regents may act as they see t.
Plans for the organization of the ers and, in addition, to those students Shaw Disapproves
Student Advisory committee were ap- not on probation who wished to ascer- Commenting upon the measure, W.
proved by the 'faculty committee on tain their mental capacity. fred B. Shaw, general secretary c
student affairs at their meeting yes- "There are numerous students on the Alumni association, said he did no
terday afternoon. The constitution of probation," said Professor Whipple, think the matter practicable.
the proposed advisory committee was "who are not dull, but, on the contra- (Continued on Page Eight)
thoroughly discussed and the details ry, are possessed of a high order of
of the organization of the committee mental ability. Probably not more
were left in the hands of J. A. Burs- than seven per cent of the students
ley, Dean of Students. Action will be who are on probation are so handi-YASIYBN HOD
taken on the new committee in all capped by inferior mental capacity IRT
probability at the Senate council meet- that they could not escape being plac- ASTwANNpALiBANQUo
ing next week. ed on probation if they were reason--
A request of the Michigan Union to ably industrious, and were able to ar- With tables covered with Rlowe
hold an April spotlight in place of the range their daily life in such a way and program and menu cards worke
three Union movies originally planned as to favor their college work, out in musical terms the Varsity ban
for next month was granted. The Many Do Not Know English held its first annual banquet ad t
funds realized from the spotlight will "The low scores," Professor Whip- installation of new officers at t?
go to the Union orchestra. ple declared, "which were made on Union last night.
the mental tests by certain students Introduced, by Toastmaster "Bill
of foreign birth are due in some meas- Ellet, '21M,.Ray A. Campbell, treasu
LSAST DAY FOure to their lack of complete familiar- er of the University and faculty mai
sty with the English language. In ager of the band, made some remar
some instances the handicap is so se- indicating the future use of the bat
CSNOMINATIO rious as, to raise a doubt whether in adyertising the University, and e
these students should attempt to car- pressing his own wish to co-opera
ry university work until they have in making the band the best in t
MAY 21 IS DATE SET FOR PRE. made an intensive study of our lan- country. He expressed as his desi
SENTING OF "M" BLANK- guage." that next year the band should mal
ETS According to Professor Whipple, week end trips.
comments made by probation students Captain Wilfred Wilson, director
Nominations for the All-campus upon the conditions under which they the University band, then 'addresse
election, which will be held Wednes- work show that most of them claim the more than 60 members preset
day, May 11, must be in the handsof that their failure in college, is due to by reviewing the progress the bat
the Student council committee, headed other reasons than lack 'bf ability, has made in the past six years. H
by John C. Cary, '22L, by April 9, un- Prominent among the reasons set thanked the members for their co-op
less special arrangements are made forth for failure are lack of adapta- ration and said that it was the ke
L by the organization with the commit- tion to college conditions for study, note to harmony.
- tee. poor health or physical defect, inade- Though unable to appear on t
This ruling was passed at the meet- quate high schdol preparation, out- program Senator Charles Sink, sect
ing of the Student council last night side work for self-support (ranging tary of the School of Music, expresse
at the Union so that the eligibility from two to seven hours a day), his feeling towards the band in a le
committee will have time to pass on rooming conditions that are unfavor- ter, "I have followed its career for
the nominees and so that ample time able for study, ignorance of how to years and have seen it grow from
will be left for printing the ballots, study, lack of sleep, illness; worry, mongrel organization 'kicked about''
Saturday, May 21, was the date set and interrupted schooling. A limited the campus to one of the University
by the council for the presentation number of students admitted that they most useful and loyal bodies."
of blankets to all "M" men. It is were lazy, neglected their work, se- Previous to the program, resol
l planned to make this affair of interest lected courses unsuited to their ca- tions for the formation of the ba
to all students and visiting interschol- pacity, and were slow readers, or slow into a social group and one for t
astic athletes. The committe com- thinkers. perfecting of a musical organizati
d posed of George Duffield, '21, and An- Compare with Exams of highest quality, were introduc
- gus G. Goetz, '22M, will endeavor to A comparison of the test scores with and adopted.
make the interest in this event com (Continued on Page Eight) The following officers for the ens
f parable with that of the other affairs ing year were installed: George Ka
- of that week end. ME2BERS OF 32ND DIVISION ten, '21E, president; Edward App
- The committee for Cap Night which CAN OBTAIN UNIT'S HISTORY '22L, vice-president; E. F. Bae
y will be held May 20, was named '22E, librarian; G. N. Harrison,
e as follows: R. B. Marshall '21E, In order to assist former members\ assistant librarian; Seth Bidwell, '
- chairman, J. K. Pollock, grad, George of the 32nd division to obtain copies manager. These men responded w
- E. Gregory, '22E, T. W. Sargent, Jr., of the history of that organization, short talks.
i, '22, and A. G. Boynton, '21D. the University post of the American Announcements were made to
- Legion has secured application blanks effect that the plans for a strictly d
Easter Services Will Be On New Time which may be used for that purpose. ferent and better Band Bounce w
f Services on Easter Sunday in Ann The blanks may be obtained from under way and that other plans w
- Arbor churches will begin at their us- Wilfrid A. Hocking, '23, post adjutant, being made now for the outdoor spr
ual hours under the new time. at 604 Oakland avenue. concerts.