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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1922

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was that pertainsi
of certain footb
-coming games an
4ter this year a
I be on the same
the home-coming
is action was ta
act that the des
as home-coming
preference to on
it. The board w
iat in order to pr(
vith all of our of
best to do away
rse of favoritism
2nquet I
4 thleie4
Followin
Iting athletes .o
team and of the
11 team were ho
given last night
lhes were made
Stagg of Chicago
ntertainment wa
S.
increase the g(
the three unive
se of the affai
am A. Frayer,
. of' athletic coy
master.
fessor Frayer in
as the first spe
o Stagg, the dir
:. the Universit
He said-that
y between the
hard feeling,,im
than at present 1
f this sort do ml
lard feeling and
fellowship thatE
all college men
e they come.
n Dewey, '23, san
he Mimes quartet
t Schirmer, '22,'T
Paul Wilson, 12
'22, entertained
rarsity cheer lea
ells were given
lhe three univers
coaches of the
and the Wiscoi
were there and
siting teams as w
teams were gues
emaining tables
nts and the large

FILM SENSATION
TO BE SHOWN BY FAST GAEINDS
WAR VETERANS
-""' N
"Theodora," proclaimed by New W
York critics to be the year's movie.
sensatin, will be shown under the
auspices of the Veteran's Memorial U NI
committee of the University of Michi-
gan, at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday and
FERRY FIELD Thursday, Feb. 22 and 23, in Hi1 ud- BASKET-TOSSERS DOWN STRONG
GREAT itorium- VISITORS WITH GREAT
IES The presentation of this picture is a DIFFICULTY
part of the committee's campaign to
LSSURED raise $15,000 to be used to complete CLOSE GUARDING MAKES
the reading room of the Union. When
ATHLETES completed this room will be aedicat- SPECTACULAR CONTEST
ed to Michigan men who gave their
During Football lives during the late war. Wolverines Outplaed in Oei
shed at Admission will be 50 cents. Tickets Period Are Strong atpenng
are on sale at all campus book storesP o Sn g at
and downtown stores and may be ob- Finis
to be establish- tained at the door for each perform-
with a Wolverine ance. In the fastest game of the year here
[niversity in the Michigan's basketball team defeated
iven a severe set T-IlWisconsin by a score of 18-17 in Wat-
the proposal for LIT UIIU IV Lerman gymnasium last night. The
was rejected by game was marked by exceptionally
of Athletics at close guarding, each team taking the
on. SJSHMLII L INEIIUball down the floor innumerable times
at need'for bet- times only to lose it under the basket
ilities at the Rby the clever defense of the other
srd votel to RUM OF AUTOMATIC MARKING team.,
house on Ferry DENIED; REPORTS ARRIVE visitors Draw First Blood
unmodate indoor MONDAY The game started with a rush and
etball, track and five minutes were played without eith-
more space for All grades for the students of the er team scoring. Michigan had sever-
literary college have been sent out al chances to count but missed every
Ins and should arrive at their destinations time. The Badgers scored first blood
not later than Monday afternoon. A when Taylor dropped in a free throw.
will be approxi- few of the marks were sent out late This was followed by field goals by
feet which willThswsflwebyildgasy
all sports in- Friday evening and the remainder yes- Gibson and Caesar making the score
ze by the base- terday. 'Y5-0 against the Wolverines. Miller
Every year at the end of each se- who was largely responsible for the
g the favorable mester a rumor arises from the stu- victory then came through with a free'
dent body to the mffect that the grad- throw for the first Michigan point.
f such a strue- ing system of the literary college is Michigan could not seem to find the
ficers t formu- unfair and the professors and in basket in the first hpf, not registering
hboard and at structors employ moe or less of an a field goal during the entire period.
oar andatautomatic rule in distributing A's, Miller contributed all s'x of the Wol-
tion woiku h B's, etc. - It is sai4 often times that verine points via the foul line. For the
he failure of the'some professor invariably gives' 10 Badgers Gibson, the tall centet, scor-
e per cent of his class A's, 10 per cent ed two baskets and Caesar and Taytor
t, declared that F's, and the remaining 80 per cent ie
t the board had partialed out in B's and C's, and neapeceam inds Basket
that under ex- D's. This rumor is absolutely false The Wolverines came back with a
,t could not see and groundless, according to Regis sd
blish crew as a trar Arthur G. Hall spurt in the second half which corn
Ulniversity. " ';F tl"n 1912,"stated Dr. IaX "the prs- petely snowed under the' ardinal
14 Ounivty. 1sst , o gadng.wHaladtedfr during the opening part of the period.
led Out ent system of grading was adopted for Ely dropped in three baskets one after
portant matter the literary college. After a close ob- another and Miller added to the Mich-
.e board for ac- servance of the grades of the average igan icount by garnering three free
ag to the design- course of the literary college for many throws in as many attempts.
all games as years it was found that in the long Along with this was a fiel goal by
id it was'decided run the mathematical curve of prob- Coesar and three free throws by Tay-
l1 games -played ability showed that the grades would for making the score 15 all. At this
basis discontin- come ot in a manner which would point the scoring stopped for a time
idea, point toward a predetermined percen- and the two teams fought hard for a
ken in view of Clage rule; but it was explicitly stated slight advantage. Michigan's chances
ignation of any at this time that no instructor or pro- received a sudden setback when Gib-
game tended to fessor was to apply such a rule to any son scored a long goal from the center
e particular op particular group of students."on coedlo
as of the opin- Another question over which much the Wolverinesby wonderful team
onote good feel- misunderstanding has arisen is' the The Wr eries by. wonefl
pponntstha itsystem of placing students on proba- work carriedtJ~ ball down the floor
ppwnents that ittn an waing andrasing thm twice only to lose it under the basket
with any such but on the third try Miller -counted
~. from these lists, a
All of t e records of the grades are again, tying the score.
gone over carefully by the registrar With three minutes to play Miller
onors and a list is made of all those students scored the. winning point by a free
who have received two or more D's or throw. The ball from then on was
E's. These students' records are tak- carried from on end of the floor to the
' uest's - en to the committee on delinquents other, first in, the possession of one
Game and carefully scrutinized, and those team and then the other but the close
LPaI. students who have two or more D's or guarding made is, impossible for either
E's, the aggregate hours of which do team to get an open shot. Just as the
got amount to more than half their timer's gun was fired Kipke dropped
W the Chicago woik are warned, while those receiv- in a pretty shot but the basket was
Wored atra ban- ing D's or E's in hours amounting to not allowed, leaving the score 18-17
noted at a ban- more than half their work are placed with Michigan on the top.
at the Union. on probation . Wisconsin Play Solved
by Coach Yost' Warnings are raised from those One of the outstanding features of
,swhile mus - who receive nothing lower than C's in the game was the free throwing of
is furnished by all the courses that they. carry and Miller. "Bill" had 12 chances and made
od feeling be- probations are lifted providing the his shots successfully in all but two
ord ties wa he- probationer's grades are not lower at empts. He counted six straight in
r, staed Prof. than C's with a grade better than C the first period and in the second
rmber of in one subject, counted on every shot.
member of the Wisconsin had the edge in the open-
ntrol, who was T E TERTAIN inghalf playing all around the Wol-
verines. However toward the end of
troduced Coach WITH VODVIL REVU the period Mihigan solved the play
aker. Following (Continued on Page Ten)
rebtor of athlet- -
y of Chicago, Playing to a packed house, the best
often the bitter local talent available appeared in Hill K indler Plays
various teams auditorium Friday night in the Boy

pore so in the Scouts' Revu. A varied program was f I'
but that gather- offered in which many members ofm
uch to overcome the opera cast appeared. 1
bring about the President Marion L. Burton, Mayor Hans Kindler, 'cellist, and the De-
should exist be- George E. Lewis, L. A. Butler, super- troit Symphony orchestra will Join
no matter from intendent of schools. Ray Dolph, pres- tomorrow night in a program that.
ident of the Chamber of Commerce, promises well. The program consists
g several songs Dr. James F. Breaky, tpresident of the of three orchestra numbers and a
tte, composed of Rotary club, Herbert Silvester, presi- 'cello concerto as follows:
Pom Underwood, dent of the Conopus club, and Robert Overture, "Donna Diana"..#.Reznicek
23L, and Don Norris, president of the Kiwanid club, Symphony in D minor........Franck
1. Al Cuthbert, were administered the tenderfoot Intermisslon
ader, was there oath. President Burton gave short 'Cello Concerto ............. d'Albert
for Stagg; Yost speech upon receiving the oath. Hans Kindler
cities. 'The University of Michigan is glad British Folk-Music Settings ...
Chicago track to endorse the campaign of the Ann....................... .,Grainger
nsin basketball ,Arbor men and women to make possi- (a) Colonial Song
all the men on ble the continuance of -the Scout (b) Shepherd's Hey
cell as the Mich- work," he said. "There is no great- This concert will be the fourth in
ts of the Union. er medium for character building in the Extra Concert series. The final
were filled with America today among our citizens' of concert will be given by the Detroit
dining room of the future than lies in the Boy Scout Symphony orchestra, with Bendetson
led to capacity. movement," he said. Netzorg as piano soloist.

EDGAR GUEST WILL
SPEAK TONIGHT IN.WOLERINES DFEAT WEAK I
METHODIST CHURCH
Edgar A. Guest, prominent popular
poet, will speak at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the fifth of the Wesleyan
Guild lectures in the Methodist church.
Mr., Guest, more generally known as,
"Eddie," just last year celebrated his
twenty-fifth anniversary of connec- ARMS CONFERENCE LANDOWSKI, D
tion with the Detroit Free Press. Dur-
ing the most of that time he has been GREAT STEP AHE AD MARKS; SARG
conductor of a daily column of poetry -G. F. PIERCE. OST I
and humor which is now syndicated
and sent to newspapers all over this "In its effects the Washington con- TEAM WORK
country. During the anniversary cel- ference will loom large and remain SNOWS UN
ebration itis reported that Mr. Guest longer in the human mind than any
reecived between 30,000 and 40,000 other like event, said Senator G. F.
congratulatory messages. Pierce, the head of the Australian del- Oie Sided Conte
During a recent trip to the Pacific egation at the recent peace conference Mali
coast Mr. Guest was received by so and one of the greatest statesmen .)
many people and so enthusiastically Australia has produced, speaking last
that his journey took on more the night at Hill auditorium on "Our Taking firsts in
nature of =triumphant march than a Common Interests in the Pacific." the Michigan t'ac
pleasure trip. As a speaker Mr. Guest Senator Pierce launched his mes- swamped the Wea
is in great demand throughout all of sage with a short survey in which he the score of 77 t
Michigan and the East. outlined racial, social and political indoor meet betwe
history of Australia. t held In Waterman
iLLI DO FIflIITHe paid a great tribute to the Unit- day afternoon.' T
ed States in his belief that this coui- Varsity was decid
try, by the successful conclusion of the opening test o:
TO irrnrainr the Arms conference, had done what however, was piti
no other great power could do in for one or two ev
bringing about international amity in real competition to
the world. best that Coach St
WILL LEAVE AT END OF WEEK was to take one f
FOR NATIONAL MEET onds, thie rest of
IN CHICAGO froni straggling t
Ali faculty members of the School Two 'Waterman J
of Education will leave the latter part were shattered an
of this week for Chicago to attend a the course of the
week's conference of the National Ed- the feature and oI
ucation association. f Jance of the after
Those who will take part in the Evelyn Rockwell, '29, Given First Landowsid' of M
conference are: Dr.-Guy-M.- Whipple, Prize; Coroboration Wins vault. Having alr
"Dr. .Charles Berry, Dr. Calvin O. Dav- ' Second for the Varsity at
is, and Dr. James B. Edmunson. Deanr.. vaulter set out to t
A. S. Whitney, 'who "will take no for- I-vutrstott
a p. ite co will ta lk COMPANY TO START ACTUAL record. After the
ma 1part in theach ,'atert en' talk WORK ON PRODUCTION SOON p laced pon the ma
on\Wednesday, March 1, at the Michi- high as they coul
gan luncheon to be held in the Con-mh
gress hotel. Evelyn F. Rockwell, '22, submitted measured i the
Executives of the conference will the scenario which was chosen by the sag.The height
be: Dr. Guy M. Whipple, who is sec- juding committee as the best of the incthes ;i hts
retary-treasurer of the National So- 24 entered in the University movie on the first attem
ciety-for the Study of Education, one contest, according to a decision an- over the bar with
section of the educational conference. nounced yesterday. The title 'of the y E
Doctor Whipple was both editor and winning plot is "Reputation" or 'The 1915.
contributor to the yearbook of the Unpardonable Error. The second .
National Sdciety for the Study of Ed- prize was awarded to Francis Brun- The other record
ucation which will be discussed at the ner, '24L, and Stewart Conant, '23, co- ry Davis in the t
conference. Dr. James B. Edmunson, authors of the plot entoitled Parch- in e race. Davis
who is secretary of the National As- ment. the first mile and
sociation of High School Inspectors, The judges, Pr. L. A. Srauss, of rst e
will also present a paper at the con- the English department, Dr. rank A. the rest ofthe ed
ference. Dr. Calvin 0. Davis is pres- Robbins, assistant to the President, 9:sumwasa1t:iv.e
ident of the department of education and the president of the, producing n1920,Ha therst tie
for land grant colleges and state uni- company, met Thursday afternoon in '
versities, and is on the committee for the Presidentrs office and made th ran an easy race
the reorganization of secondary final selection.- not"exert'himsel
schools. Doctor Davis will also have The final production script will ar- Michigan, was atl
charge of the Michigan dinner in place rive in Ann Arbor March 1 from the the entire run H
of Doctor Edmunson, who was unable studios of the producing company, tntir run
to take charge of it, due to injuries where scenario experts are now at and a half behnk
received last week. , work on the necessary revisions and of'Michigan toqk I
Previous to the ' c'onference there amplifications.. One Re(
will be a three' day conference of the Actual work on production will be In the 50 yard d
National Association for Deans of started as soon as the revised con- igai tied th rec
Women, together with the Bureau of tinuity outline has the approval of the Johnson, H. E. O'
-Occupations and the Association of judges appointed by President Marion Losch for the gy
Coilege Vocational Activities, at which L. Burton. A complete technical unit distance in 5 3-5 s
both Dean Myra 'B. Jordan and Miss will in all probability be moved to One of the mos
Grace Greenwood, social director of Ann Arbor from the company's stu- couraging things
Martha Cook dormitory, will take part dios, and the selection of a cast of the fact that Michi
in the program. Dean Jordan will be characters will be started as soon as three events and
guest of honor at an informal lunch- the details of the plot are finally rat- were in the distan
eon which will be held during the con- ified long time since a i
ference. The prize money, consisting of $'5 has come across s
Instructors will take. charge of to the first choice and $25 to the sec- events. Every poi
practically all of the education class- ond, wil'l be awarded to the winning mile. and two mil
es during the absence of the faculty. authors on March L. verine irunners.I
little, nevertheless
NOECOBB NOTABLE TO Michigan distance
NO RJLES MADE COing. In the mile,
IN CHIMES CONTEST BE HERE FOR TALK himsef as being o
ers .thathas been
- ' number ot years.
Chme hs Irvin S. Cobb, humorist, wh hs tiful r foer s.d
The editorial staff of Chimes hash s tiful form d h
been asked by several students if it finish, Bowen race
was necessary that contributions to Hill auditorhlm under the auspices of in the good time
the short story contest conform to the the Oratorical association, was strick- formance was mo
technicalities of short-story writing. en with influenza Thursday and will be the same -time, t
Such is not the case. Chimes is not unable to fulfill his engagement here men were coverin
interested in rhetoric, as such, nor at the scheduled time, according to a good shape. Arnd
will it even be detrimental to a story's telegram received from his manager under 4:35, Then

chances if the grammar or punctua- yesterday by ProfT. homas C, True- SArgent Best
tion is faulty. What Chimes is inter- blood, of the public speaking depart- Tile half mile w
ested in is the encouragement of ment. 2:1:1-5. Price and
short-story writing by students at the "We expect to secure Mr. Cobb at ond and third. Fo
University of Michigan. To do this a later date," stated Professor True- led the field but he
is the aim and object of the short- blood yesterday morning. No action fast a pace and hi
story contest. will be taken at the present time to- him on the last la
It is suggested that those interest- ward securing any other speaker as a To Sargent of
ed in writing short stories begin work substitute for Mr. Cobb." honor of being h
upon one or more stories in the near meet. With eight
future, so that their stories may be Alex Dow to Speak at Union by virtue of win'
in early and thus receive the most "-Opportunities in Public Utilities". high hurdles and
careful consideration. For full de- Will be the subject of an informal talk hurdles, he led tl
tails and conditions of the contest, see by Alex Dow, president of the De- in the matter of p
the last issue of Chimes. troit Edison company, at 3 o'clock this (Continued
afternoon in the assembly room of the
Illinois Defeats Iowa Union. Students from all depart- Wisconsin Vi
(By Associated Press) ments are invited; the aim of the South Bend, Ind
Iowa City, Ia., Feb. 18.-The Uni- Sunday afternoon committee in se- sin defeated Notr
versity of Illinois track team won a curing leaders in each profession rep- meet here today,I
Western Conference indoor track meet resented is that the talks may be made Wisconsin, broke
today from Iowa by the score of 81 sufficiently broad to interest the stu- -two mile race an
to 23. ' dent body as a whole. team for the rest

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AVis SET
ENT GAT
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$ SMOOI
)ER VISI'
$t Easily G
e and
ime
10 of the 11
Ik team coni
k ,Chicago tE
0 18 in the
en the two
gymnasium
'he showing
odly satisfac
f the year. C
fully weak a
'ents could o
Farrel's m
agg's team o
first and thr
its points
hirds.
peetacular
gymnasium
d one was
meet. Undo
utstanding p
'noon was t
ichigan in tI
eady *on th
11 feet, the
;ry for a gym
standards ha
is and raise
.d go the bi
center to all
was t2 feet
jrsey stll-
pt, Landows
beautiful ea
feet had bee
of Michigar
was made t
Mo mile run.
y for the fir
took the lea
held first p1
vent. His tiD
time for th,
- This was n
that the eve
gymnasium.
and apparen
b. Chute, a
Davis' heels
a finished but
1him. Whit
third..
cord Tied
ash, Kelley o:
ord held by
Brien, and :i
n. He clipi
econds.
t unusual a
about the me
gan scored, s1
these three
ces. . It has
Michigan trac
o well in the
nt in the ha:
e, went to th
While Chica
the running
men was
Bowen has s
cue of the-be
at Michigar
Running wit:
aving a rem
d around th
of 4:29. H
st encouragi:
wo other M
g the dista
t and Standi,
they finishe
Point Winn
ent to atte
Douglas pla
r four laps I
e had set him
is 'teammates
ap.
Michigan go
igh scorer
points to hi
ning a first

a second in
.he rest of t
oints.
oil Page Six
itors on Tr
d., Feb. 18.-
e Dame in
62 to 34. Fi
hiS leg dur
d will be los

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