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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1922

PRICE FIVE

MERlA IIS NOW MIMES THEATER WEEK E
SPECIAL SCENIC EFFECTS AND
OO WORLDI ORIGINAL COSTUMES TO
BE USED
Special scenic effects and original
BR IB S costumes will be used for each of the
six acts of vaudeville which will cn
Y E TE Atitutthe bill at the Mimes Union
W YRK EDITOR GITY AD theater this week end. Because of the
RCONOCATION T limited capacity of only 500, all will
be reserved for both Friday and Sat-
urday nights, the seat sale beginning
YS OBSOLETE POLICY at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at
)F ISOLATION MUST END the Mimes theater box office. The ad-
'mission is 50 cents. The Friday eve-
shington, If Alive, Would Support ning performance will be for men only;
New Internationalism, Asserts but the next night both men and wom-
$Speaker
Nation oftlhe world are today look-
toward the United , ' States for * V
adership in international affairs,C
d unless her traditional policy of HA
>dation is permanently put aside,
nerica will not meet the coogidence
iced In her, declared John Huston REPRESENTATIVES OF LEADING
ailey, former president 'of the New COLLEGE PERIODICALS
irk State university and present as- MEET TOMORROW
ciate editor 8f the New York Times,
his address on "International En-
glements" given at the University Engineering magazines from more
nvocation services at 10 o'clock yes- than a dozen leading technical col-
'day morning in Hill auditorium. leges will be represented at' the con
"On Horizon of All Hope" vention of Engineering College Maga-
'America is on the horizon of every zines Associated tomorrow and Satur-
pe that Europe and the nations of day at the Union.
i Near East have," Dr. Finley said. From one to two men will be sent
luring the last few years I 'have froni such periodicals as the follow-
en that hope looking out of the eyes ing: Rose Technic, Sibley Journal,
hundreds of thousands, especially -Virginia Journal, Wisconsin Engi-
ong the younger gener~ation, neer, Illinois Techograph, Technical
'To live permanently fs an anchor- Enginering News, Cornell Civil Engi-
is futile. Our destiny is interwov- neer, Iowa Engineer, Michigan Tech-
with that of the nations of the rest nic, Arkansas Engineer, Nebraska
the world; our; salvation lies with Blue Print, Minnesota Techno-Log,
Zm. C'nly those who would narrow and the Kansas State Engineer.
r sympathy would revert to the old Engineering College Magazines As-
stem of isolation. sociated is organized with the prim-
If Washington were living today," ary aim of bringing the technical pub-
e speaker said, "he would want .us lications of engineering schools into
support a permanent court of in- closer cooperation . to solve their
-national justice. While standing as common problems and to spread engi-
m1y as ever against entangling al- neering ideals of the highest type
nces with individual nations, he throughout their respective education-
uuld want America to join in an as- al institutions.
iation of natons for the establish- A banquet will be given Friday
ent of a new order of world rela- night at which Lee White, of the De-
ns."' troit News staff, and Prof. John R.
Conference an Achievement Brumm, of the journalism department,
Dr. Finley emphasized the impor- will speak.
ice of the accomplishments of the
mament conference and the treaty MONUMENT HONORS
t the scrapping of battleships. "The EA
ishington conference lit.s the name MEMORY AND WORK
Washington to a higher plane," he OF HENRY C. ADAMS
d.
[Ie discussed the growing sense of
ernational interdependence and the A monument was erected to the
ed for "unifying entanglements memory of the late Prof. Henry Car-
ven by understanding," which must ter Adams by his colleagues of the
dace the old suspicion. Entangle- minstry of communications of the re-
nts, hatreds and suspicions are public of China, at his burial place in
11 keeping nations apart though the Forest Hill cemetery yesterday after
ns are silent and the trenches are noon. More than 100 people stood in
ng filled, he .declared. He told of a 'drizzling rain at th grave of Pro-
gip he recently made from Ireland fessor Adams to witness the cre-
'ough Europe to the frontiers of mony. . Nearly all the Chinese stu-
ssa and cited many instances from dents i rsthe.University were among
experience to show that "zones ofj the observers.'
spicion, antipathy and hate" still ex- The ceremony consisted of address-
and are a factor to be considered es by Mr. Chen, president of the Chi-
the solution of world problems. nese Students', club, and Mr. Chang,
[he speaker tdok a stand against who is adelegate to the Arms confer-
icellation of the debts owed the enec at Washington. Mr. Chang's ad-
ited States by the allies and sug- dress expressed the. deep appreciation
sted that the interest frog1 the debts of the Chinese for Professor Adams'
used toward educating children endeavors. The conclusion of the ad-
io have been thrown on public sup- dress consisted of reading the in-
t by the world conflict. scription on the monument in both
Have Chance for Service Chinese and English, which briefly
While the Americans qf Washing- summed up the work of Professor
's time had a great opportunity for Adams in helping to improve the eco-
'vice in worthy causes it is a great- nomic conditions of railway opera-
privilege to be living in a new tions in China.
rld with its new responsibilities and The monument is typically Chinese,
portunities, as we are today, Dr. the pedestal being a marble represen-
ley remarked. tation of the Sacred Tortoise of China
'The world moves on," he said in with the inscription slab standing
aeluson. "It does so because perpendicular on its back. The in-
aerica is carrying Washington's scription on the front of the slab is
.als on to a world horizon." in Chiest, while on the back is a
n presenting, Dr. Finley, President translation of it into English. Th '
rion L. Burton referred to his is no. dragon head at the top of the
irs of service as an educator and slab, the head being a relic of the
blicist. - Empire days. The lot was decorated

The convocation Was opened by an with boxwood shrubs, many flowers,
gan number, "Festival Prelude," and several memorial wreaths.
yed by Earl V. Moore, of the School ,
Music. Invocation was offered by SALE OF JOURNAL
v. R. Edward Sayles. The Varsity N
e club under the direction of Frank DENIED FLATLY
Thomas, of the School' of Music,
ng the "Soldiers' Chorus" from Gou- Absolute and final denial of rumors
:'s 'Faust." The club was called to the effect that the Detroit Journal
ck, for an encore number before had been purchased by the Hearst
esident Burton rose to introduce syndicate, were communicated to The
speaker. Michigan Daily last night.
i the conclusion of the address the Information said to have been ac-
which was followed by the bene- curate and represented to the city ed-
postudye "March, itor of The Daily as being true, led to
tion. The organ wslye' byhthe publication of the original story.
C," by Cummings, was played by The denial communicated to The
. Moore. Daily last night said, "The Detroit
)eans of the various colleges were Jora'asntbe sod .n is no
ted on the stage in academic cos-Journ has not been sold and is not
ne, and seats were reserved for fac- for sale."
Fy members.
y __________._Union Dinner Dance Tomorrow
Chimes' Contest Closes April 5 Members of the Union will be en-
Students who are contemplating en- tertained at the regular Friday night
ing a story in the Chimes short dinner dance from 6 to 8 o'clock to-
ry contest are urged to hand it in morrow night in the Union dining hall.
least several days before the final Members of the regular Union dance
e, April 5. orchestra will furnish music.

I VAUEILLE HIS SIX ICTS iRISH FACTIONS RADO CONCERT OFFERED $5000O DAMAGE
en will be admitted. The curtain will Detroit News Program to be Heard at
rise promptly at 8 o'clock. ihSho oih
cosA drama tization' of Stephen Lea- I°$90"wlbegvny i-
cock's "$99.90" will be given by Wil- -Music over a wireless telephone will
liam Randall, Grad, Donald Coney, '24, ROibe heard at the high school auditorium
and Marshall Spencer, '23,- while UU I tonight under the auspices of the Ann
George Clancy, S.-of M., will appear in Arbor Radio association.
a classical violinist act. A black face The program ,will begin at 7:30
skit entitled "Much Ado About Noth- PEACE AGREEMENT REACHED o'clock, when' the concert sent out BARTHELL, ON STATE STREE
ing" has, as principals William Mbch- WITH DRAMATIC SUDDENNESS each evening by the Detroit News will SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS IN
aels, '22, and Lorenzo Walter, '22. "The BY ARD SHEIS be received. Through the efforts of CONFLAGRATION
Record Ten Musicians DeLuxe" is the -i the local association, this concert will -
name of a novelty musical organization
that will appear. Another act of the NO ELECTION WILL NOW be extd to include several spec- WATER PENETRATES T(
evening will be given by Burton Hyde, + BE HELD FOR 3 MONTHS Following the News concert, the con. TAILOR SHOP BELO
'25M, on his "xylophone supreme," as - cert sent out by the Westinghouse -
It is billed. Constitution, by Present Arrangement, company of Plttsburg, will be received, Large Crowd Watches Owner Sa
Tryouts for future week end pro- Also t Go Before People if atmospheric conditions are favor- ' Vauabl Papers and Retur
grams in the Mimes theater are urged able. If this is not the case, musical
to see W. Mortimer Shuter~, Union for Vote numbers and talks will be received to Safety
dramatics director, at his office in the from the University radio station. The -
theater from 10 o'clock in the morning ,(By Associated Press) entire program will last about two Fire, estimated to have caused mo
until 5 o'clock in the afternoon any day Dublin, Feb. 22. -- With dramatic hours. than $50,000 damage, broke out ,l
except Saturday and Sunday. He es- night in the Barthell upstairs bo.
pecially desires players for parts in suddenness a peace agreement was store at 336 S. State street. The 8.
"The Thirtenth Chair," "The Charm reached at "the eleventh hour between is thought to have broken out at
School," and "The Cloister;" which free state and republican lead'ers at spot near the center of the buildi:
are to be given soon. the national Sinn Fein convention to-I from which it rapidly made its Way
day, and the huge gathering of del- TOO U other parts of the store.
egates, impatient that any delay might Shortly after 8:30 o'clock J
endanger the treaty with Great Brit- , UBrahm, of the Campus Lunch coi
an; gave it unanimous approval and _ pany, noticed a group of students
sadjourned for three months. The gen- ,front of the resturant. On going o
eral feeling was that in preserving in- Hon e Committee Would Levy Genera to investigate tie excitement, he s
In La t est Tes tstact the party organization something " Tax on Manufacturers and smoke pouring from the second sto
like a miracle had been worked. Wholesalers above, and at once turned int
._Is__Nwrdedalarm, to which the fire departme
During the past week the Western The net result of the two days' NO ACTION EXPECTED FOR immediately responded. The build
Conference Radio News service, an meeting of the Ad Sheis was to in - TWO WEEKS BY LEADERS by~ths time wasalled wit smoke.
organization that connects several of, sure that no election could be held in 'SavPapers
the Big Ten newspapers with wireless Ireland for the next three months, and(i Immediate attempts were then ma
news service, has carried on tests when it is held the issue will not sim- (By Associated Press) to secure a number of valuable pape
which have proven the organization ply be for or against the treaty, but Washington, Feb. 22.-The financ- in the Woolfolk Tailoring shop, whi
successful. News has been satisfac- to determine the judgment of the Irish ing of the soldiers' bonus by means were finally brought to safety. Shol
torily transferred for the first time people on the actual terms of a con- of a manufacturers or wholesalers tax, ly afterwards C. E. Barthell, owner
since the start of the service at the stitution at which the treaty will be was described in a general sort of the book store, above the shop, sti
beginning of the current school year. embodied. ceeded in bringing to safety from t
The Western Conference Radio All the objections to the treaty rais- -ay at two sessions of the house ways shop, full of flames, water, and smol
News service is composed of six col- ed on the floor today after Eamonn and means committee dealing with his important business papers.
leges, 'Michigan, Wisconsin, Minneso- de Valera had announced its terms em- .this subject. The damage to the Woolfolk Talk
ta, Iowa, Purdue, and Chicago. On anated from prominent republicans. No Disposition to Speed ing company is due wholly to the w
every Monday night during the past De Valera Overruled It was announced that there would ter which poured in streams from t,
semester these colleges have forward- In spite of Mr. De Valera's assur floor above, the fire not penetrati:
ed all important news of the week and anbes that he had carefully considbsF through to the floor below except
day to Wisconsin, the central station, ered every point, and was quite satis- and members indicated that there was one small spot. The damage, as a
from where it has been broadcasted fled with Arthur Griffith's emphatic no disposition to hurry a decision. proxiiated by Mr. Meyers, employe,
at midnight to the other colleges. The declaration that no election should be Representative Longworth, of Ohio, more than $30,000. Mr. Meyers s
news transfer in this way has been forced on the country for the next ranking member of the special corn- he thought that there was probably
in several cases much more rapid than three months, the republicans decided mittee, said it was his judgment that more than $20,000 of insurance to cc
was ever possible over the Western to hold a meeting this evening in the the general manufacturers' and whole- er the loss. Every bit of the sto
Union wires. mansion house to insist upon clarify- salers' tax similar to that enforced in was apparently damaged by the wati
At the meeting of Western Confer- ing certain points which they consid- Canada would be recommende. The majority of the damage to t
ence newspaper editors in May the ered dubious. Lower Than in Canada Barthell book store was done in t
Radio service received its first official g He thought the rates would be low- back part of the store. Here all t
support and a committee with L. Arm- er than those in Canada, as experts books-were damaged at least by w
strong Kern, '22, at its head was ap- J-H op Orchestra had estimated that the Canadian rates ter, and some by fire also. Throughc
pointed to investigate and control such put in force in this country would the store there were only a few sn
a service. With the beginning of the ' -T Play1A tP Om yield $580,000,000 a year, or more than tering books which were saved fr
current school year, the service re- ;.V $200,000,000 in excess of the sum es- the water by waterproof bookcas
ceived its first tryouts, which were timated to be needed to finance the Mr. Barthell said that he carried,
comparatively successful. Continued Waring's "Pennsylvanians" of State cash payment to the former service any insurance, none to cover th hea
experiments have brought it to its college, who were one of the assisting men. loss to his books which he has be
present efficiency. orchestras at the 1922 J-Hop, will ' Mr. Longworth said he did not think collecting for 23 years.
furnish the music at the Sophomore the bonus bill would be ready for the Dey's Studio Damaged
LIBRARY DISPLAYS Prom on March 31, according to an house this week or next. Mr. Dey, owner of the Dey stu
announcement maye by the Prom com- on the second floor across the Vs
'TROPHIES OF WVAR mittee last night. fhe from the Barthell book stoe, estin0
Dancing at the.Prom will begin at 9 Com posers ed the loss to pictures in themorti
Relics of the World War, loaned by o'clock and continue until2 o'clock. T d Oi Ong room of Is studio due to gat
students and faculty men who saw A novel program is also promised by T+iste' O ga5rwhich poured'through from theti
service, have been placed on exhibit the committee, the substance of which floor as $500. e saidehe cari
hasnotet eenmad knwn. v rogram Toda4(y enough insurance to cover the enti
in the lower corridor of the generalh yetsbeenrmadeknown.,#
library. The most interesting case is Tickets will be distributed in a man- ____. S ater kocaued iderat
the center in the south end of the ner similar to that used in apportion- r,,aebookstore caus considera
corridor, which contains property of ing J-Hop tickets. Sophomores will Works of Bach, Guilmant, and J. H. damage to stock and fixtures. y
Harold Furlong, '24M. In addition to be given preference over members of Rogers will comprise Earl V. Moore's The fie was extinguisend by 9
picure ofthebuialof he nknwnother classes, and tickets will be furn- program at the next Twilight organ o'clock, by which time an enormo
pictures of the burial of the unknown ohrcass n ikt ilB un recital at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon crowd had gathered on Statest(
soldier, there are five medals with ished only after applications have
which Furlong has been decorated: been submitted. Announcement of the in Hill auditord. extending across the stree rupon t
TheConresionl eda ofHonr, heopening of the ticket sale will appear Mn. Moore has prepared brief'anay- campus. As soon as the fire was ui
The Congressional Medal of Honor, the te te tical notes regarding the numbers der control students and firemen b
Victory Medal, Croix de .Guerre with t a later date. , which are to be performed. Bach's led themselves by trying to save
two palms, the medal of the Legion of Prelude in D major will open, the much of the stock of the bookst
Honor and the Italian War Cross. LARGE AUDIENCE program. The organist speaks of it and the tailor shop as possible.
Other cases contain maps used on pc iSEES "THE DORA, as follows: "The design of this mas-
the firing-lines, official dispatches, in- . EEterly prelude was no doubt suggested LOCAL CLUB HEARS TALKS
cluding one announcing the armistice, - by the style of overtures developedLB HEARS TK G,
pieces of equipment picked up In Ger- More than 2,000 people were pres- at Paris by J. B. Lully, who died two BY RMY LEADERS TONIG
man territory, and other miscellane- ent to greet the first performance of years after Bach's birth. The solid
ous articles. Included in one case is "Theodora," the film shown last night stately introduction and conclusion Colonel Powers, chief of staff of t
an Army edition of the Chicago Tri- in Hill auditorium under the auspices are balanced against .and contrasted 85th Division will be the princip
hune, published in Paris. of the Veterans' memorial committee with the fluent andmore lyric middle speaker at a program to be present
to furnish and equip the Union read- section." by the R. O. T. C. club at 7:30 o'clo
Father-Son Banquet Given nig room. "Lamento" and "Prayer and Cradle tonight in Natural Science auditoiniu
Rotarians and their sons filled the While the movie is under the di- Song" by Guilmant are two small He will speak on the reserve army a

dining room of the Chamber of Com- rection of men picked from the three pieces in -which "the real genius of its importance to the country. Colon
merce hotel, formerly the Catalpa inn, ex-service men's organizations, every Guilmant comes to light. The clarity Powers will also explain briefly tl
at the annual fathers-sons' banquet of cent is to be turned over to the fund with which he treats . his thematic organization .and the meaning of t:
the Rotary club, which took place last for making the Union reading room, a gems gives uanlloyed pleasure." reserve army.
night, completed part of the Union. George The Rogers Sonata in E minor, He will be followed by Col. H.
Following the dinner there was a Lott, '22, who is in charge of- the en- played entire, will conclude the pro- Styker, who had charge of the Ame
varied program of songs and speech- tertainment, gave a short talk in gram. "Larger forms of composition ican troops in Siberia, speaking c
es, including speeches by President which he explained the purpose of for the organ are more and more "A Winter in Siberia." Colonel Styk
Marion L. Burton, Secretary Shirley the committee. "This is the third of claiming- the attention of American is at present in charge of the recru
W. Smith, Charles A. Sink, and Field- a series of entertainments which we composers, and the successful essays ing system in Detroit. He has be
ing H. Yost, and a group of songs by have been giving with the same end are not so scarce as might be expect- presented with the "Order of the Ri
William H. Wheeler, of the Univer- in view," 'said Lott, "and we are not ed. American organ sonatas are, in ing Sun" by the Japanese governme
sity School of Music, going to quit until in the Union sec- truth, sonatas for American organs, in recognition of his services as coi
ond floor hall is one of the finest that is, breadth of treatment is fused manding officer in the Zone of A
Girls' Glee Club to Have Party reading rooms in the country." with striking changes of color effects, vance.
The Freshnan Girls' Glee club will Carl Boswell, '24, gave several solos due to the- superior mechanism of
be the guests of the University Girls' during one of the intermissions. American insruments. Mr. Rogers'
Glee club at an informal party to be songs have won him deserved recog-
held from '2:30 to 5 o'clock Saturday f. nition."
afternoon in Nickel's arcade. The Bulletin
members will be entertained with Joe Parker to Have New Cafe
dancing and games. Joe Parker will open a new cafe in Faculty members who received que
Lansing, Feb. 22. - Michigan the basement of the Cornwell block, tionnaire blanks from The Daily h
No Results from Chess Match defeated M. A. C. tonight after a on the corner of East Huron street semester and have not returned the
Late results were not available from hard fought contest by the score and Fourth avenue, March 1. The are requested to mail them at once
the chess game between George basement will be remodeled and 22 of the file editor, The Daily.
Barnes, '24, and the 30 contestants of 19 to 17. MilchIgan's team con- the old table tops with carved initials
whom he played simult ieously last sisted mainly of substitutes dur- dating from 1895-1907, are to be imbed- There will be a meeting ' of I
night in the Union. ing the major part of the game. ded in the ceiling. Cubs 'club at 4 o'clock this afternoc

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