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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 PRICE F

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March 2. - Majority
a house ways and means
e hopeful today that a
of the soldiers' bonus
>een found in the pro-
substitute for the cash
bill, a provision for ad-
certificates, upon which
men immediately could
rom the banks. /
of the plan already
lertaken today by the
mmittee to which it
yesterday, and it was
was planned to call in
on and possibly mem-
leral reserve board for
f the whole proposal.
anging the vocational
and home aid, and land
tures of the Fordney
mplated under the new
e members said, to is-
rvice certificates, which
n of 40 per cent to the
sted service pay, plus
e total for 20 years at
-2 per cent compounded
d have a total face va-
ately 3.38 times the
rould be received under

rest To
fit Series

(By Thomas E. Dewey)
V. Moore, head of the organ
ent of the School of Music,
mnother interesting concert to
es of Twilight recitals, at Hill
um yesterday afternoon. - The
n, in contrast with those of re-
citals, consisted entirely of
works.
nan's "Gothique Suite" was the
de resistance" of the concert,
as the opening number. Boell-
though a modern composer in
onological sense of the term.
rom a "modern" in the musi-
ie. The suite is of rather co~n-
e texture, devoid of those
of glorious dissonance" so
ing to the musician of reac-
tendencies and so palatable to
:her of futuristic temper. The
odern is, however, at a disad-
on the organ; the harmonies
nstrument are often indistinct
nuddy". The suggestion of
atmosphere, though a trifle
was still definite enough to
the title of the suite. Mr-
interpretation was at all times
e and interesting.
"St. Lawrence Sketches" of
were rather caressing and
g bits but not particularly in-
"The Bells of St. Anne de
e" was the more enjoyable of
-sketches. The closing num-
s a march oft a rather new
a "program-march" perhaps.
in "Marche Heroique de
d'Arc,""makesthe unusual ex-
it of transforming the ordi-
ulping; btanging march into a
ition " of subtler compounds, of
ariety and intricacy. The result
xtremely stimulating, but rath-
rogeneous, combination. It is
ess modern in tone than many'
other works.

Applications for tickets to the Soph
Prom 'are arriving fast according to
Donald W..Stektee, '24, chairman of
the ticket committee, who said, in
commenting on the Prom yesterday,
that he had already received 100 ap-
plications by special delivery on Wed-
nesday and that up to noon he had
received more than 200 applications
by regular nail. All applications to
receive any consideration mus~te in
the hands of the committee nia ater
than Saturday at 6 o'clock.
Tickets are non-trantcrable, and
the committee is anxiout.to iipress
upon ;all sophomores that those who
sign for tickets and receive tc oare
expected to use them and not to'tras-
for them to anyone else.
As soon as all applications are W;
the ticket committee will begi to
check them over and it expecta be.
able to begin to mail answers fbt.e
applicants about Thursday of next
week.
GOY LMONT ElL
Charges Misconduct in Appeal to Con-
gress for Thorough Invest-
igation
PORTO RICO IS SCENE OF
STRIFE BETWEEN OFFICIALS
(By Associated Press)
Washington, March 2.- Felix Cor-
dova Davila, resident commissioner of
Porto Rico, declared in- the house to-
day that Governor E. Mont Reily "lies,
and knows. he lies," if he stated that
his initial act as governor was the
vetoing of an illegal act of the legis-
lature by which the governor was to
have received $20,000 in added salary
during the'four years term.
The flare up over the row between
the governor and some of the 'residents
came after an hour's s: leech by Mr.
Davilla. He demanded a congression-
al investigation of the governor's con-
duct, looking to his removal. He pre-
sented' charges and toid how his peo-
'ple had appealed to the Harding ad-
ministration "for release from Reily's
methods."
San Juan, P. A., March 2.-Injunc-
tion proceedings will be invoked to
test the power of Governor Reily to re-
appoint officials not confirmed by the
Porto Rican senate, Antonio Marc-1lo,
president of the senate and the Union-
ist party, said today. He said that the
proceedings might be begun this week.
'ACCREITEDL LA UUCUUOL
SYSTEM IS ONSIDERED
BAR ASSOCIATIONS DISCUSS AD-
TISABILITY OF NEW RE-
QUISITES
At a meeting of representatives from
the State and American Bar' associa-
tions, Dean.Henry Bates of the Law
school, stated that a measure was dis-
cussed to use the accredited law
school .,ystem as a requisite to admis-
sion to the bar. . "This is one of the
most important issues that ever con-
fronted the future of the American
bar," said Dean Bates, "and the fight
against these undesirable, institutions
is just beginning.
"Night law schools and correspon-
dence schools are the chief source for
shyster lawyers and their superficial
methods of instruction are not fit pre-
paration for the legal profession.
Chilef Justice Taft, Elihue Root, Wil-
liam G. MacAdoo, George Wickersham,

former attorney-general, were present
and were active in this discussion."
There is included In the tentative ac-
tion a two year course in a college
compulsory for admission to the bar,
and the entire program eliminates the
old system of a legal education through
apprenticeship in a law office, which
is now .totally incompetent to suit the
complexity of modern conditions.
SOUTH EUROPEAN MENACE
EDUCATION IN U. S., IS PLAN
f
Chicago, March 2.-Declaration that
civilization in America is being held
together by the public schools against
the onslaught of millions of uneducat-
ed south European immigrants was
made by M. G. Clark of Sioux City,
Ia., before the National Education as-
sociation today. He said that pres-
sure of present financial distress
should not lead American communi-

KRAANONC All Nations Vodvil
SUMMER PROGRAM Unique Variety
(By Delbert Clark)
Solid worth with several decidedly
Dean of Session Makes Public List exceptional acts characterized the AllI
of Entertainments and Nations vodvil last night at Hill aud-
itorium. The performance, which isE
Speeches put on annually by the Cosmopolitanh
clubs, without doubt surpassed anys
TALK BY PROF. RUTHVEN ON previous offering of that organization.I
JUNE 26 WILL BEGIN SEASON "A Little Bit of Hawaii," a sketch
by the Hawaiian club, was exceed-J
ingly well handled. Cyrus N. Tavares,
Lectures and entertainments for '24, Dwan Y. Tang, '24E, and companyI
this year's Summer session have been gave a program of Hawaiian guitart
announced by Dean E. H. Kraus, of music with hula dancing. ,One of the
the Summer session, subject to revi- guitar numbers held the audiences
sion., breathless for, several minutes.
The lectures will begin on June 26 Two acts by Winfred Smeaton, '24,t
when Prof. A. G. Ruthven, of the zo- a Highland sword dance and a Rus-I
ology department, lectures on "A Nat- sian folk dance, received great ap-
uralist in South America" and Prof. plause.I
C. H. Van Tyne, of the history depart- Selected songs by a male quartet t
ment, speaks on "Recent Observations composed of L. Lane, '23, H. E. Bellis,
in India." Prof. E. D. Dickinson will
speak on the "Significant Results of .
the 'Washington Conference" and .ill
President Marion L. Burton will lec-
ture on "The Necessities of the Hour." ott al ue2
Yoc ost to Talk Jime 29 1 reak
Coach Fielding H. Yost will speak 1
on "Athletics and Their Relation to
College Life" and an educational mo-
tion picture will be exhibited June 29.
Prof. A. H. White, of the chemistry Joint Committee of Medical and Dental
department, will deliver an illustrat- Facults Meets to Discuss
ed lecture on "The Fixation of Nitro- Plans
gen and Its Relation to Food and
Munitions" and Prof. A. L. Cross, of NOT TO ADVOCATE THEORIES
the history department, will give an BUT SET FORTH REAL FACTSf
illustrated talk on 'A Trip to Tahiti"
June 30.
On July 3 Prof. S. F. Gingerich, of At a meeting of the joint committeec
tle English department, will speak on public health education, held yes-
on "The Human Aspect of Words- terday in the Union, plans were dis-I
worth's Poetry." Prof. H. W Miller, cussed conceirning Jthe program of
of the engineering department, will health education lectures which will
deliver an illustrated lecture on "Theh
German Long-Range Gun" July 5. be given throughout the state thrbugh
Prof. R. H. Curtiss, of the astronomy the joint efforts of members of the Un--
department, will present an illustrated iversity medical and dental faculty,
lecture on "Our Sun and Others" ad .
an educational motion picture will al- practicing physicians, and laymen who7
so be presented July 6. Prof. I. D. have manifested an interest In the
Scott, of the geology department, will preservation of good health.
deliver an illustrated address on the The function of the joint committee,
"Geology of Niagara Falls" and Re- according to Prof. W. D. Henderson,
gdeliver a talk on "Robinson Crusoe director of the Extension division, will7
acompanied by illustrative slides. not include the focusing of public at-
Slonimsky to Talk tention upon any particular theory or7
Prof. H. W. King, of the engineering sect, but merely the setting forth of 7
department, will deliver an illustrated m
lecture on "Irrigation in the 'United .the fundamental facts of modern sci-
States" July 10; Dr. H. Slonimsky, of entific medicine for the purpose of
Cincinnati, will speak on "The Ethics building up within the public mind a
of the Prophetic Religion" and in ad- sound opinion concerning important
dition a medical lecture will be given questions of public and private health.
on July 11. On July 12 Dr. Slonimsky "Our committee will send out teachers
will deliver another lecture entitled not advocates," said Professor Hen-
"The Prophetic Religion of a Life derson.
Idealism" and the faculty of the School The joint committee, through which
of Misic will present a concert inHill the preliminary program will become
auditorium. As a third lecture Dr. effective about April 1, is composed
Slonimsky will take as his subject of the following faculty members,
"The Permanent Significance of the physicians, and dentists: President
Messianic Ideal" to be followed later Marion L. Burton, chairman; Deant
in the day by an educational film. Hugh Cabot, of the Medical school;
H. H. Sheldon will lecture on "Ex- Dr. G. Carl Huber, Dr. John Sundwall,;
perimental Demonstrations of the and Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the Un-
Properties of Liquid Air" to be fol- iversity Extension division, and the;
lowed by a recital of "The Taming of following physicians from various loc-
the Shrew" given by Prof. Louis M. alities throughout the state: Dr. W.I
Eich, of the oratory department. Prof. J. Du Bois, Dr. F. C. Warnshuis, Dr.7
J. H. Hanford, of the English depart- A. P. Biddle, Dr. G. E. Frothingham,7
ment, will lecture July 17 on the sub- Dr. W. T. Dodge, Dr. Angus Mc Lean,
ject, "The Beginnings of Vagabond and Dr. W. J. Kay. Dean W. H. Mac-
Literature." Prof. W. C. Hoad, of the Cracken of the Detroit Meical col-
engineering department, will give an lege, Dr. Russell Bunting of the Medi-
illustrated talk on the "Water Supply cal faculty in the University and Dr.
of Ancient Cities" and a medical lec- F. H. Olin, head of the estate health
ture will also be given on July 18. department, were recently 'invited to
Effinger to Lecture July 19 become members of the committee.
Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter- Although Dr. Olin was unable to at-
ary college, will deliver an illustrat- tend the meeting yesterday, due to pn-
ed lecture on the "Development of the other engagement, he expressed his
French Theater," July 19. On July hearty approval of the proposed work
20 Pres. Charles McKenny, of the Yp- of the committee, and assured the
silanti Normal college, will give a talk members that his co-operation would
on "The Teacher College Movement be forthcoming.
and in the evening of the same day
the Union will give, as entertainment,
a Spotlight vaudeville. M. W. Long- TfLO Dnn
man, superintendent of schools, Mus- UUY

kegon, will talk on "A Program for the _
New Superintendent" and Prof. F. W. Iiinn aIrt
Kelsey, of the Latin department, will LiCTnREresVn"PobesDftI
give an address on "Problems of the ___
Near East" July 21.
Prof. L. B. Packard, of the Univer-- Prof. Thomas E. Trueblood, of the
sity of Rochester, will present, July public speaking department, yesterday.
24, an account of "Siberian Experi- declared that the prospects were not
ences." On July 25 Professor Tealdi, bright for obtaining Irving S. Cobb
of the landscape design department, to fill his engagement with the Uni-
will give a talk on "Rock Gardens" versity Oratorical association and de-
accompanied by illustrative slides. liver a lecture here in the near fu.
Prof. L. M. Gram, of the engineering ture.
department, will present an illustrat- Cobb, who was unable to fill his en-
ed talk on "Bridge Construction." gagement on A'eb. 24 because of illness,
On July 27 a timely topic, "Our Fu- has suffered 'a relapse of a serious
ture Health Program," will be dis- nature and is at present confined in
cussed by Prof. John Sundwall. R. G. a Boston hospital and will not be
Jones, superintendent of Cleveland able to lecture again for weeks.
schools, will make two addresses, the The Oratorical association will en-
first on the "Building of Personnel deavor to have him present his lecture
in Education" and the second, "Pub- at a later date if his health permits.
licity in Education."
(Continued on Page Six) Canopus Club Holds Banquet
Fifty-four fathers and forty-three
Work Gets Appointment daughters attended the fathers' and
Washington, March 2.-Dr. Hubert daughters' banquet of the Conopusa
Work, first assistant postmaster gen- club last night at the Union. Enter-;
eral, was nominated by President tainment was offered by Prof. Ray
Harding and his nomination was con- K. Immel. who told a number of in-
firmed by the senate today. teresting ghost stories.

Show Displays
Of Excellent Acts
'23, W. J. Nihols, '23, H. J. Potter, INA SOLIJIION OF
22, with H. Rath, '22, at the piano,
were well chosen and handled.
Sword wizardry presented by A. K. ENGLISh C1l91
Savant, spec., of the Hindu club,
showed the delicate mastery of his
weapon which the Hindu swordsman SYMPTOM OF STRUGGLE BETWE
have. THE THREE PRINCIPAL
Robert Rein, '24D, accompanied by PARTIES
Jean H. Cilliers, '24D, both of the
South African club, gave a creditable
performance on the 'cello, playing EXPECT SETTLEMENT
two numbers. TO BE REACHED SCs
The Chinese club presented "East
and West," picturing the home com-
ing of two young Chinese after -at-Lloyd George Desered by Wl
tending the University, and featuring Which Contol Fuds and
music on a native stringed instrument Electoral Machinery
and a piano solo. S. C. Ho, grad, S.
N. Ho, grad, and Li Y. Hu, grad, were
the principals in the sketch. (By Associated Press)
The offering of the Japanese club London, March 2.-The politi
was "Old and New Japan," showing crisis pro'jected by the prime minh
in interesting contrast Japanese cus-
toms of 50 years ago and today side yesterday has made no progress
by side. ward solution, and nobody venture
prediction as to how it will eventui
Concert, Tonightbe solved. In its sessions it is les
personal conflict between M1r. Lb
WVy tligh SchooUl George and Mr. Yonker, leader in
conservative section, than a sympi
M u iaTof the struggle on the part of the th
u principal political parties, conser
tive, liberal and labor to abandon
coalition system which is genera
The first annual concert of the high conitohyeoutivhdis uet
school musical clubs will be given at considered to have outlived its use:
8 o'clock Friday evening in Pattengill stem.and get back to the old pa
auditorium. Th orchestra, Girls' Glee In this struggle Mr. Lloyd Geo
club, and Boys' Glee club, assisted by occupies a somewhat anomalous p
individual members in solos, will of- tion, inasmuch as, although head
fer the' following program,: . tb c overnment, he has no direct c
Pilgrims' Chorus (Tannhauser). trol of 'the party funds or the elect(
C.W..:. .... agner machinery, since he is the accei
Combined Clubs leader of neither the conservatives
Andante from "Surprise Sym- the liberal party, each wing of
phony".................Haydn coalition having returned to its a
The Orchestra party machinery.
Hark, 'Tis the Indian Drum... Bishop The rovoke includes about 50 of
Big Brown Bear.......Manna-Zucca "die hard" members of the house
Girls' Glee Club commons, but it has the s
Saxaphone Solo, "Souvenir" . .Irda cmos u i a h ympathy
Waldo Keuh.le a great number of the other conse
tive members and their conserva'
Land Sighting ................Greg following in the country. Presuma
Boys' Glee Club however, the crisis will continue u
Piano Solo, Liebestraum......Liszt a meeting of the whole conserva'
Lucille Graham party is held. Most conservatives
Minutfom "Don Giovanni. . .MCozart liberals are anxious to maintain
coalition government in power bea
d The Orchestra " they consider there is little prospec
Reading,~, "Wakin' the Younguns".. the government being returned to p
.. Boss er in the event of dissolution and 'e
Anne Miller tion.
Young Lovel's Bride, A Ballad...' While everything is yet in the re
.......... .Haesche of specilation there is one indica1
Girls' Glee Club tonight of the swift approach of eli
Incidental Solos by dissolution or some new deveopm
. Nina Martin It is announced that the king has
Hulda Wright cepted the resignation of Lord Pr
Violin Solos,'thin.
Simple History.........Massenet
Meditation (Thais).......Massenet
Howard Rufus .
Ole Uncle Moon ..............ScottIProgram
Boys' Glee Club
0/1imes VShow
Soprano Solo, "Smilin' Through". Penn
Hope Bower
Selections from "Il Trovatore"..Verdi Variety A
The Orchestra
Chit-Chat ................Old English William W. Michales, '22, in a b
Nursery Rhyme Suite.........Pike face act, "Much Ado Ab'out Nothi
Lullaby ................... Bahms is one of the head liners in the se
Girls' Glee Club act vodvil program which Mimes
Sweet and Low .............. Barnby playing tonight and tomorrow at
Combined Clubs Mimes theater. All the numbers
The Purple and the White ....Moore short' and consist of dramatizati
impersonations, and musical se
tions. The seat sale begins at
o'clock this morning at the Mimes
office, the admission price being
cents, with all seats reserved.
C "V R I James J. Johnson '23, will ap
in a new piano-logue act, while
ronChon, '23, and E. R. Meiss, '23,
SHAW SAYS ANY PLAN TO BET- billed for a saxophone specialty. I
TER ,CONDITIONS IS WORTH ey, Randall, and Spencer
WHILE dramatize Stephen Leacock's suc
"$99.90." Buchanan and Larson
"Any intelligent effort that is "Kidding the Cop,' have a nu
made," said Wilfred B. Shaw, secre- which is expected to be one of

tary of the Alumni association, "to popular features of the prog
better rooming conditions particular- "Woman and Song" is the name c
ly with reference to the men, seems act in which Lorenzo Walter, '22,
to me a decidedly good thing. I be- Gordon Weir, '23, are the principa
leve the men have been sadly neg- The performance tonight is the
lected in the rooming situation for of the regular week-end progi
the poorest rooms all fall to the men which Mimes have scheduled.
and if they do secure a good one it is night's show is open only to z
at an exorbitant rate. while tomorrow night both men
"In some way or other a standard women will be admitted.
of quality and price should be estab-
lished and I believe ,a number of co-
operative rooming houses or dormi- 'ENSAN NOTICE
tories for men would furnish such a
'standard. If these rooming houses [ The following fraternities mu
were operated and showed a saving I have their identifications of pi
at the end of a period it would be i tures and lists of members at tt
pretty good evidence of the gouging i 'Ensian office by 3 o'clock todf
prices charged by some landlords. I or theircopy will not be run
"I do believe, however, that a plan I the year book:
of co-operation similar to the Wiscon- j Delta Tau Delta.
sin system would require close faculty IKappa Sigma,
supervision and could perhaps best b . Phi Delta Theta,
worked out in connection with a fac- I Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
ulty committee. The problem of Cacique club,
meeting the rent should some mem- Alpha Chi Sigma,
ber of a particular co-operative group Alpha Kappa Psi,
drop out could be met by charging 4 Beta Phi Delta
.enough to each member to provide .a i Phi Alpha Delta,
fund to cover any such losses and di- Phi Delta C ,i.
viding the amount left over at the

ITS NOTICE
rs of the 1922 liter-
o have not yet paid
ues are urged to do
Checks are to be
e class treasurer at
naw avenue. Names
ts whose dues are
are now in the reg-
, according to Walt-\
..esiAnt f t nlass.

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