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XXI. No. 121.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921.

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BYOITii GENERAL SALE OF RE
FOR 15TH UNION4
11EVDLTI - IN Tickets to every performance of
"Top o' th' Mornin' " were turned .over
DS to the Whitney theater last night for
the general box office sale which starts
GE this morning. Despite the biggest ad-
vance sale to students and Union mem-
INDUSTRIAL CENTERS, AMMONIA bers in the history of the opera, a
AND POTASH DISTRICTS fairly large number of seats remain
THREATENED
BUILDINGS DESTROYED, P1 DELA EPSILON
MAY KILLEDREPoL
Communist Forces Gain in StrengtiM
as Polce Attempt to Quell
Rebellion16 Chapters Gather in National Con-
vention of Journallstic .
London, March 24.-The commun-frJornit c
ist revolt in Germany, financed, it is Fart
believed, by Soviet gold, is spreading
throughout the industrial districts of MARK K. EHLBERT, '20, 1
middle Germany, threatening the great . PRESIDENT OF ORGANIZATION
ammonia and potash districts, includ-
in'g Dresden, says a Central News dis- Delegates from 16 chapters of Pi
patch from Berlin today. Delta Epsilon, honorary journalistic
Strong police forces have been dis- fraternity, will arrive in Ann Arbor
patched to the centers where trouble today to attend the 15th annual na-
has grown out of the recent demand tional convention of the fraternity.
of the leaders for a general strike and Representatives of the California
the arming of the proletariat, includ- and New York chapters are among the
ing Dresden, Eissleben, Freiburg, delegates and other colleges that will
Leipsic, Halle, Mansfeld and other have delegates here are: The Univer-
towns, the message reports. ' sity of Toronto, Massachusetts Insti-
Efforts of the authorities have re- tute of Technology, University of Illi-
suited,only in the communists streng- nois, Syracuse University, Dartmouth
thening their positions. College, Ohio Wesleyan University,
An account of the troubles at Ham- Colgate College, Coe College, and the
burg, telegraphed by the Berlin cor- University of Michigan.
respondent of the Central News, says Establishes Precedent
that more than 50 communists and For the first time in Pi Delta Epsilon
police are reported t6,have been killed history, the annual convention will be
in the fighting last night at Heligen- held outside of New York City. It was
genistfeld. decided to establish this precedent
and to hold the convention here, at the
Berlin, March 24.-Great property meeting of the grand counil of the
damage and the loss of upwards of a fraternity in New York City last Jan-
score of lives marked communist dis- uary.
orders in various cities and towns in Meetings at Union
Prussian Saxony and in Hamburg yes- All of the meetings will be held at
terday. The trouble in Prussian Sax- the Union. The opening meeting this
any seemed to center about the Mans- afternoon will include the initiation of
feld district, and it appeared that those new members and a banquet at which
Jeaditlg the movement focussed their Malcolm Bingay, editor of the Detroit
attention on banks and public build- News, and Mark K. Ehlbert, '20, na-
Ings, many of these edifices being bad- tional president of the fraternity, will
ly shattered or completely wrecked by speak. The business meeting will be
high explosives, continued Saturday morning and Prof.
Morris P. Tilley will give an address.
In the afternoon the delegates will be
taken on a tour of Ann Arbor. After
- attending the Cornell track meet Sat-
OOFRIDAY SERIES urday evening, the delegates, with the
members of the Cornell and Michigan
track teams, will be entertained by
the Mimes of the Michigan Union.
WORSHIP WILL BE HELD IN THE
" WUERTH THEATER AT ALL- CAMPUS ATHLETICS
1:30 O'CLOCK
In observanee of "Good Friday" all TO UL IhueofAnIrb
will be closed from 12 to 3 o'clock to- WILL BE COMPULSORY FOR ALL
day, according to a proclamation is- STUDENTS, SAYS REGENT
sued 'by Mayor Earnest M. Wurster. MURFIN
Services will be held in the churches
and Cnthe Wuerth theater. Detroit, Mar. 24.-James O. Murfin,
The Congregational church will regent of the University of Michigan,
hold services at 4:30 o'clock this aft- announced at the Michigan-Cornell
ernoon. Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will luncheon toqay that outdoor athletics
deliver a 10 minute address and "The will be compulsory for every student
Crucifixion" will be given by Harry at the university. Hereafter, no stu-
G. Mershon, tenor, Robert R. Die- dent will be permitted to graduate
terle, baritone, and the chorus. without having taken the courses pre-
TtWO Services scribed to turn him out as near physi-
Service at the" Methodist church .ally perfect as possible, he said.
will be from 2 to 3 o'clock this after- The regents decided on this, Mr.
noon. Bach "Passion Music" under Murfin said, in view of the lessons of
the direction of William Wheeler will the war which showed that Americans,

be given with accompanying Scripture both men and women, are not proper-
reading from Matthew. ly developed physically. Courses in
The Zion Lutheran church will have playground instruction and coaching
two services today. "Good Friday Im- will be given, he said, so that grad-
pressions" will be the sermon at the uates may introduce playground work
1:30 o'clock afternoon service and at and coach teams in their own com-
the evening service at 7:30 o'clock a munities. All these activities will be
sermon on "Jesus the Crucified" will under the new department of physical
be given together with communion and education.
special music.
Services under the direction of Dr. ALBION ALUMNI AND FORMER
Henry Tatlock at the Episcopal church ASTUON TUMILANDVFOR ER
will be at 10:30 o'clock this morning STUDENTS WILL GIVE DINNER
and from 12 to 3 o'clock this after- -
noon. Rev. Arthur will conduct the An informal dinner for Albion col-
service at the Church of Christ at 7:30 lege graduates, former students, and
o'clock this evening and the Catholics friends will be held at 6:30 o'clock to-
will hold mass at the student chapel. morrow night in the First Methodist'
General services at the Wuerth the- Episcopal church.
ater will be held at 1:30 o'clock un- Professor Immel, of the public
der the direction of Rev. L. A. Bar- speaking department, will act as
rett. Music will be furnished by the toastmaster and President Dickie, of
Presbyterian choir. Albion, who is about to retire after
Miss Waterman to Sing 20 years service at that institution,
Rev. L. M. Wallick of the Trinity will talk on "Albion Now." Reserva-
Lutheran church will preach on the tions may be made by calling the
(Continued on Page Eight) church office.

MAINING TICKETS I
OPRWTRSTDYMY 14 DATE SET fTHREE KILLED, SEVERAL 'CRELAHEE
OPERA STARTS TODAY INJURED BY BIG TORNADO
funsold. For the Tuesday night and FOR SPRING GAM S Nashville, Tenn., March 24.-
Three persons are reported dead, I E O O
Saturday matinee performances some see erousl ieuretd and,
very good tickets can still be secured.s ra euy j d n
Complete rehearsals of both acts ,Three Tugs-of-War Will Inaugurate much property destroyed as the
with cast and chorus together, will Annual Inter-Class result of a tornado which start- TOM RROW IGH
Competerehersas ofbot act, es but1of ilea etorn oisr-
smooth off the rough spots in the Contest d but after we en 4L TE PW
dancing and acting. Intensive drills burg this afternoon between 4 WILL ATTEND RECEPTION WITH
are held as usual in preparation for COMMITTEE MAY ADD NEW ands o'clock and swept noth- VISITING JOURNALISTS
the opening night next Tuesday, but GAMES TO REGULAR PROGRAM eastward across Marshall couy-.AFTER MEET
the last rehearsals are not quite as
important as in other years. Progress Definite announcement that the MICHIGAN UNION MIMES
on the opera has been farther advanc- spring games are to be held during IN CHARGE OF PROGRAM
ed from the start this year. the week end of May 14 was made
The early arrival of the musical yesterday by the chairman of the IX I YRLuncheonCampus Musciasand
scores has facilitated the work of the spring games committee, Roswell P.
orchestra under the direction of Prof. Dillon '21E Speakers Billed to Furnish
Earl V. Moore. The musical program The usual tug-of-war over the Hu- Entertainment
is well balanced, and contrasts at sev- ron river between the sophomores and Members of the Crell team who
eral points are expected to make sev- freshmen will be held Friday after- memhere om the tack
eral songs especially successful. noon. Three teams, one lightweight, come here. tomorrow for the track
one middleweight, and one heavy- Selretary States Visit Is Ofcally meet, and delegates to the national
weight are to be selected from each Only One of Courtesy, convention of Pi Delta Epsilon, hon-
.1 i arc G a rg oy l e class. In all probability the sopho- However orary journalistic fraternity, in ses-
Ins ll pobabg ilt the ssion here today and tomorrow, will be
P" mores will be given the east bank of
Presages C M 11g the river for the first two contests FORMER PREMIER WILL MEET tendered a reception and entertain-
r a f B ue Var and will then change sides with the CONGRESS A"U CABINET MEN ment at the Union tomorrow night.
Mime ra OfMihi IUnonwiluev
Laws yearlings. The class winning two out Mimes of the Michign Union will have
of the three struggles, each of which (By Associated Press) charge of the affair.
Blue law prospects occupy the chief Will count one point, will carry the Washington, Mar. 24. - While the as the tickets last, a limited number
place of interest in this month's Gar- rope back to the campus as a sign of visit of Rene Viviani, former French of which will be offered for sale in
goyle which appears today. Starting its victory. premier and special envoy to the Uni- the Union lobby today. A number of
goyehch aears tyod.a. GSr ing The committee in charge is work- ted States, who is expected to arrive the 120 tickets were reserved last night
with the cover by W. W. Gower, '23, ing on a new game or two to be add- Monday, is announced officially as one for members of the Michigan track
which represents the cover of a pop- ed to the usual ones which will take of courtesy" to President Harding, team and local members of Pi Delta
ular piece of music entitled "Those place Saturday morning. While no Dr. Marcel Knecht, his general secre- Epsilon. The remainder will be offer-
Blue-Law Blues" with "Words and definite new contests have been de-L tary, w.ho arrived here today from ed to students.
Music by Gargoyle," the entire issue is cided upon, an announcement will be France stated that M. Viviani was pre- To Foster Good Feeling
made in short time. pared to give a receptive ear to any More than 30 track men from Cor-
I deote tobluelawsatre. he ron Las yer te sohomreswonproposals by the United States regard- nell, and-representatives of 16 colleges
tispiece by Clayton B. Seagers, '23, both obstacle races Saturday morn- iprng the peace settlement and the at the conveention, will be the guests
features the artist's stand on blue law ing, thus giving them a lead over the League of Nations. of honor. The splendid entertainment
legislation. freshmen by a score of 4 to 1. But Dr. Knecht represented as included shown the Michigan team by the Sav-
The Daily and other campus publi- once the younger class staged a come- in M. Viviani's program not only an idge club at Ithaca a year ago so
cations come in for their usual share back, winning the rope tying contest exchange of felicitations with Presi- greatly strengthened the good feeling
of comment and the editorial columns 60 to 20, which gave them 3 points, dent Harding but also the meeting (Continued on Page Eight)
contain a brief slant at the 1921 Union making the final score 4 to 4. with members of the cabinet and con-
Opera. Twenty-five hundred copies gressmen.
have been issued, which is the great- In diplomatic circles it is believed
est number ever printed for the that should the former French minis-
month of March. ter find the occasion propitious for the PULI ISl
discussion of the attitude of the new
ON administration towards the settlement
Special Train of peace with Germany, he would be COOPERATEs SAYS CROSS
HAS RECEIVED SEVERAL BIG ready to receive the proposals of Pres- U
S eems Assured LEAGUE OFFERS ident Harding for personal transmis- -
RECENTLY slon to the French government. DECLARES ROUSSEAU, WORDS
"If the students keep on buying their WORTH BOTH DREW FROM
tickets and making their reservations Newspaper reports circulating from MYTHICAL LEGENDS
for spring vacation traveling early, the Boston, Mass., to the effect that CoachCHISTS DISJ U SUJdIW
special train to Chicago is practically Derrill Pratt, of the Varsity baseball Close co-operation between the Eng-
assured," was the statement made yes- team, had decided to join the Boston lish department of universities of this
terday by A. J. Wiselogel, local ticket American league team, and that he OLIUIUUUON E U country and student, literary publica-
agent for the Michigan Central rail- would report for duty in time for the tions in the same institutions is urg-
road. The special train referred to opening of the season, were denied by BIG REPRESENTATION ATTENDS ed by Prof. Tom Peete Cross, of the
will leave Ann Arbor at ,1:23 o'clock Pratt here last night. NATIONAL CONFERENCE EnTglish departnent of Chicago uni-
in the afternoon on Friday, April 8, "It's nothing but a rumor, without HERE TODAY versity, who lectured yesterday aft-
and will arrive at Chicago at about 7 foundation," said Pratt. "The first- ernoon in the Naturl Science auditor-
'clock that evening. notice that I had of the affair was a Members of Phi Lambda Upsilon, mm.
According to the agent the number newspaper article I noticed in a De- honorary chemical society, which i "Literary efforts of students in the
of tickets already sold is encouraging. troit paper." holding its national convention here advanced English classes of univer.-
"One parlor car is already nearly fill- Asked whether he had received any today and tomorrow with headquar- sities should be revised and printed
ed," he declared, "and we are about offers from major league teams, Pratt ters at the Union, will spend today in in the University's literary publica-
to begin to take reservations for an-:replied that he had already received discussing several important matters tions," Professor Cross declared to a
other. We have been promised all the five contracts to which he had paid no which were outlined yesterday. member of The Daily staff following
Pullmans we can use, and all we have attention, while a sixth one recently Chapter reports were made yester- the lecture. "This is the system now
to do now is to find out how many sent him he had not given much con- day and the extension policy was dis- in vogue at Leland Stanford univer-
will be needed, so that we can have sideration. cussed. All members expressed ap- sity, where the literary publications
them here on time." proval of this convention, which is not are, I believe, under the control of the
"The assurance that plenty of ac- being held in conjunction with an English department. Leland Stan-
commodations can be had for the ask- bC110ORT I L American Chemical society meeting as ford university has the best daily I
ing puts the matter up to the students" previously. know of with the exception of the
is the opinion of Mr. Wiselogel. Among those present are past pres- Harvard Crimson. It is due to this
II LI IL iJ IIL IIUIIU idents, Fisher and Emmet, of the system, believe.
Goodrich Tire and Rubber company, Praises Chimes
SOBOW ad are Dvi ad oi a "Literary publications sch as the
Michigan's representative for the and Parke Davis and company, re-
Northern Oratorical league contest to spectively, and delegates, Coleman, of Chimes and Whimsies are of great
be held in Iowa City, Ia., May 6, will Illinois; Zaumeyer, Wisconsin; Work, value. There should be more of them,
T .ATH OF U IUBUU Ube chosen from the following contest- Columbia; Smith, Michigan; Draves, and let me say that I believe student
ants: Carl H. Smith, Francis W. University of Washington; Parrett, literary publications should be super-
Brown, Oscar A. Brown, Earl MilesMinnesota; Beuhler, Ohio State; vised by the faculty. The advanced
Washington, March 24.-News of the Bi Brown, Iowa State college;Nelsonclasses of the English departments
death of Cardinal Gibbons was receiv- and Leon E. Grubaugh, who will speak solsse ot e shepatents
-..aUniversit ofVer G P . shouLd be laboratories for the material

ed in Washington today with universal iteorrnaeat OccKME*A, .
. en theWashington today8wi'h unkversalState; Weaver Purdue' Baldwin, of the publications."
sadness. Officials from President day night, in Sarah Caswell Angell ver , Purg; adwin, ntelligent criticism of campus con-
Hadn onexrse oro ttela. University of 'Pittsburg; and Winter,-Itlietciiimo apscn
Harding down expressed sorrow at the Armour institute, ditions, such as recently appeared- in
death of the prelate of American Cath- The 10 judges, the majority of whom Chimes, is excellent, in the opinion
olic hierarchy and paid tribute to him. are faculty members, will select the iof Professor Cross, He strongly be-
The President in a message to the winner according to general as well REV. L. A. BARRETT PRAISES lieves, however, that the criticisms
Rev. Olin B. Corrigan, auxiliary bishop as comparative ability. SOCIETY'S REORGANIZATION should be kept within bounds.
of Baltimore, said that the death of This contest will be the 31st in Legends Are Source
the cardinal was "a distinct loss to the history of the league which was "This reorganization of the Pres- During the course of his lecture
the country." Vice-President Coolidge organized in 1890 at Michigan. The byterian Young People's society is the Professor Cross stressed the fact that
praised the cardinal's scholarship, pa- winner of the local contest receives best thing I have seen in this church the more modern romantic poets, like
triotism and devout piety. a cash prize of $100 and the Chicago for 10 years," said Rev. Leonard _A. Wordsworth, derived their inspiration
,_alumni medal, the die of which cost Barrett, pastor of the Presbyterian from the old mythical legends. Refer-
Cooley Speaks on Social Work $1,350, the second prize amounts to church, at the reorganization banquet ring to the eighteenth century poets
"The Organic Theory and Its Appli- $50. The winner then goes to Iowa of the society last night at the Pres- and philosophers, he declared that the
cation to Social Case Work" was the City to represent Michigan in the byterian church. The rejuvenated so- doctrine of superiority of primitive
subject of an address delivered at the Northern Oratorical league contest ciety is the first to come under the men which was sponsored by Rous-
Homoeopathic hospital last night by which also offers a first prize of $100, new Student Christian association seau and the theory that men think
Prof. C. H. Cooley, of the sociology and a second prize of $50. plan. . pure thoughts when they are free
department. Prof. W. D. Henderson was another from the bonds of society both had
The lecture, which is the second of Dr. Highman, of N. Y., Conducts Clinie of the speakers. D. J. Porter, '21, and their origin in the old myths.
a series of 10 given under the auspices A clinic was conducted at the Uni- Mildred Lawton, '21, explained the new Professor Cross concluded his lec-
of the social service department of the versity hospital yesterday by Dr. plan in detail. Leonard Falcone, Scha ture with the prophesy that in the fu-
Homoeopathic hospital, was attended Walter H. Highman, dermatologist of of M., played, a trombone solo. More ture there would be "more romantic
by student doctors, nurses and social New York City, before senior medical than 200 Presbyterian students attend- poetry which will resemble the myths
service workers, students in Dr. Wile's department. ed the banquet. and legends in theme."

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