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Presient ario L. urto wil be N IN A ~{By Thomas E. Dewey) gram Miss Dux made her appearance AML V VI Id
eprincipal speaker at the the public IN SPIN RECESL U Varied and of exceptional merit was and displayed one of those gloriously
,banquet of the Chamber of Commerce the concert given by Claire Dux, so- big and sweet voices well trained and
totehe latm6or locg k erhisA um evenn C ntalpiano, and Brouislaw H aberman, vio- so excellently handled that it could
I [ rt the Armory. George Burke, repre- Alumni of New York and Central linist, last night in Hill auditorium, be as small and bell-like as the aria U i UI L r
I OLEsentative of the lawyers of the advis- West To Be Solicited by before, a caacty H audi wich demandedall combinedwith a h arm-
----cry board, will act as toastmaster for Students before a capacity audience which demanded, all combined with a charm-
- I the banquet, and Leslie AtButer, for t seemed to like revery number and ing personality. In her second group, -----
EA R VINESLEWIS, ntendent of schools, will talk osu-n WILL ATTEMPT TO COMPLETE called for repeated returns by the ar- Miss Dux treated the "Chanson In- TREATY OPPOSITION FAIL
LED ER OFthe schoeritendentiof sc ools th ATTE)IPT TNP UET tists. due" of Rimsky-Korsakow with a trifle HEIGHT OF VOTING
tCONFER the school building program of the UNION SWIMMING TANK FUND Possessed of exceptional beauty of too heavy voice and sang two songs in STRENGTH
city. - tone and an almost flawless technical English with beautiful understanding
'ACE CONTRACT ONLY A radio receiving set has been in- Alumni of several central and east- eclec hc emdt eas-advr ordcin h i e
AGE CONTRACT ONLY stalled and those who attend the ban- er states will be solicited by students excellency which seemed to be abso- and very poor diction. she did her POLITICAL ISSUES
AY TO AVOID TROUBLE quet will have a chance to hear the during the week of spring vacation in lute, positive perfection at times, Mr. best work in Morgen' In the last RAISED IN DEI3
Detroit News concert at 7 o'clocka endeavor to bring the Union swim- Huberman gave a striking perform- group, showing a beautiful reserve
DretrietNewstoncllert at aoutckanindeaorfndt tobringthio wim-hne.In his Symphony Espagnole and truly'excelent technique.
trict Organizations of Workers De- President Burton will speak at about ming pool fund to a total at which opened the program a remark- Mr. Huberman, In his second group Leaders Do Not Believe Divisio:
elared as Supporting Nation. 8 o'clock.a ctual operations may be started on able vigor characterized his playing, again met the highest requirements, on Question of Final Treal
at Body Thtye Boy ou C ilmerets the wor fc lting e poolent a vigor which stood out pronouncedly showing an almost cynical, perfect- Ratification
of the Chamberof Commerce at the the necessary filtering equipment, but somehow was not aggressive, and, ly balanced sureness and a tech-
(By Associated Press) banquet.They av been Invit h ra nzai o t in the Andant movement, he reached nique in "Clochette" of Paginini that (By Associated Press)
ashington, March 14.-Secretary of the idea tgat they may have a chance State chairmen for .each state will his best. Full of a vital, living tone almost reached the marvelous. He Washington, March 14.-Aft
Mor Davis, and John Lewis,pres of learning something of the civic ao be appointed in the Middle et and so perfect and individual that at times played "La Capricieuse" of Elgar a lit- other stormy debate in which p
prs-tivity of the city, for the state of New ork, as well as in ....l.1...
t of the United Mine Workers, ex- _ _ '' local chairmen who will have charge it seemed a thing apart from.instru- te faster than it is usually done but political consequences of the
*Zged views today on the threaten- of the drive in each city and town ment or artist, the movement was a missed few opportunities throughout. istration treaty program were d
situation in the bituminous coal 1IIfl where alumni are located under the masterpiece. Mr. Huberman is a very great violin- ed from several angles, the sen
ustry, and both were said after i direction of the state chairman. The In the second number on the pro- ist. day rejected by a division alm
Ir conference to be of the opinion Union committee will be under the p-ary tines the frst two of tb
t a national strie in the union general chairmanship of Thomas J. posed amendments to the pr
is was inevitable. Mr. Lewis as- Lynch, '23E, who. will hold office Four Power Pacific pact.
ed Mr. Davis again of the will- [fIB V S Y Ahours from 4 until 5 o'clock every HF O RS DENTAL BN0 Votes Mustered
hess of the miners unions to open afternoon except Thursday and Friday At the peak of their strengt
otiations for a new national wage at desk six in the student activities 11 short of the full membershi
tract, a proposition which mine Visits to Milwaukee and Eight CItes room of the Union. Men who are in- O E O IN E K WILB ent and gating, the oppostion
rators are refusing to entertain, in Michigan Are Proposed terested in the drive or who have sug treaty marshalled 26 Democrat
ater Mr. Lewis declared the ces- byofficers- gestions regarding the conduct of theSi4 Republcan votes, within tw
Pon of work In the union mines aft-bdOficesetinsreardinetedtecomnducafthe tido h h-esnt
April 1 was 'coming about auto- - drive are rechairman duconunicae Sees Advantage in Avoiding Conflict CInifo, Laboratories, Anpbitheater, ship but three le thnten
ically," and asserted that "a bold ILLINOIS AND OHIO CITIES these periods. Sp Between May Festival and Will Utilize Added upset the two-thirds needed
tmercial policy of the operators for MAY BE PLACED ON SCHEDULE The plan of approach which will be Cap Night Spaee ifcation.
ch the public must pay" was in used by the committee, is one that --Leaders on both sides co
t responsible." Michigan alumni will hear their col.. will afford the alumnus plenty of time DEAN CONSIDERS SPRING AS INCREASED ENROLLMENT TO however, that at best the divisic
[f there Is. no conference between lege songs played by the University In which to consider when and what DESIRABLE TIME FOR EVENT BE ACCOMMODATED IN FALL but a poor index to senate sen
miners union and the operators," band during the spring vacation i f sum he will be able to contribute, ad- -onthe question of ratification.
added, referring to the bituminous plans now being worked out by the vance publicity and information being Arrangements for holding a home- Plans for a large addition to the The first of two aendments
ation, "there can be no wage con- band committee are successful. The furnished by means of an illustrated coming week in which all of,.the ma- Dental building have been completed upon was offered by Senator 2
t. If there is no wage contract tentative trip to begin April 7, includes pamphlet which will be sent out by jor spring activities of the campus and work on the project has already son, Democrat, Arkansas, ad
e will not be any coal dug after more than ten cities in Michigan, Illin- the committee, and through the col- might be incorporated, as outlined in beene that the four powers ,
,i 1 in union mines." He asserted ois and Ohio. Alumni in all the cities umns of the Michigan Alumnus, the yesterday's Daily, should prove suc-b begun. The foundation is now refrain from aggression agains
i a hni thet official organ of Michigan's graduate cessful since Ann Arbor is at her best being laid by the University buildings signatory as well as signator
tdistrict organizations of miners ta aebenwibnt hatl n ody.a rgno icia'gaut
bs exceptIn Illinois were support- dore the p bs body. at that time, was the opinon of Prof. and grounds department and bids will tions, and that all interested n
the national body. Will Issue Pamphlets W. R. Humphreys, assistant dean of be received by March 20 for the larg- whether signatory to the treaty
Plan Originated in Fall This literature will reach the alum- the literary college, when asked about er construction work. should be invited to any conf
The idea for a spring trip for the nus long before he is visited by a stu- the plan yesterday. 1 North Side Widened over a Pacific controversy., Th
band originated last fall wilh the dent and the answer, committeemen "However it is natural," continued The present building will be widen- posal was lost, 30 to 55. Later
UT, RETURNS F00m oosters' club and Alpha Epsilon Nu, believe, will be more prompt and con- Dean Humphreys, "that since I have ed 39 feet on the north side when the ilar amendment in different fori
national honorary musical fraternity. cise than if it were necessary for the so much to do with delinquents In work Is completed. This will make it presented, by Senatr Walsh,
These organizations turned the plan solicitor to spend 30 minutes in ex- the literary college I feel a little ap- almost half again as large as it is now crat, Montana, and was voted
over to the management of the band plaining the purpose of his visit. prehension as to the effect that a home- and will give the school much more 27 to 50t
which is now working for the com- Every alumnus in Michigan, Indiana, coming of a week's duration at this room. According to Dean Ward, of Both Parties Prophesy
ENT S6 DAYS TRAVELLING pletion of the original arrangements. Illinois, Ohio and New York, will be time might have on the scholastic rec- the Dental school, the added space In the debate precipitated
6,000 MILES, SPEAKING This will be the first trip on an ex- called upon to subscribe to the fund. ords of some students. will be utilized in the following man- first vote nearly all the Issues
OFTEN tensive scale ever taken by the band. Lists of the names and addresses of "The avoidance of a conflict be- ner: The clinic will be enlarged 100 treaty fight were raised by both
-- The cities now under consideration the alumni in these five states are now twen the dates of Cap Night and the per cent, two laboratories will be in- ocrats and Republicans who Ini
san Mortimer E. Cool the are Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Mlwau- being compiled at the Union, and when Friday concert of the May Festival," creased the same amount, and a new in prophecies of what might I
n ri e E ey of kee, Grand Rapids Jackson Lansing this work is completed the students of stated Dean Humphreys, "would be a demonstration amphitheater will be if the Arms conference treaty b
, lInt, Bay City, and Saginaw. Re- these states will be oragized into so- real advantage in the plan. It Is onstructed. Everything will be of an issue between the Republica
5,000~~~~~~as mltrpwihlse thmotmdrtyeof l b fconstruction. eDemocratic parties.
;stretched ovr12 states ad on~hearsals are under way for' concerts liciting groups for each locality, probably a fact that more alumnithmstmdrtyeocntrci.Dmortcpre.
h he spoke to60 different organ- d recitals to be given in these towns would retrn to Ann Arbor were the ry best. With the added space therem{
ans as president of therAmerican if the plans materialize. Numbers for HOLD FUNERAwL FOR thomecoming held in the fall during ll be room for 120 more chairs, bring-
Ineering Council of the Federated the band as a whole and for individuals MRS. SCOTT TODAY spring is the most beautiful time of ing the total up to 200. This will al-
rican Engineering societies, an of- arepincludedinthepossible program. the year in Ann Arbor it would seem low the juniors to use the chairs, E
In which he succeeded Herbert Novelty Acts r Funeral services for Mrs. F. N. Scott highly desirable to have the homecom- which will be In sections, in addition I
ver, secretary of commerce. Several novelty acts are being plan- who died Monda mornin aft ing week at this time when more than to each senior having his own. Eii
i his trip, Dean Cooley addressed ned to be used by the band on its tour week's illness will be held at 3:30 one activity and event could be wit- All of the work will be finished by
neering societies in general, vis- but these will not be finally selected o'clock this afternoon at the home, 538 nessed by those returning." next fall and will be ready for the new BRUIU AND BURROWS TO
many engIneering schools at until the plans are nearer completion. enrollment, which will be increased by , COURSES ON PRACTICAl
d e spokbfore the studentit dis-tThiwnct iai nIsairr.H ryT-more than a hundred. The enrollment NEWSPAPER WORK
yh heic soebfrthstIetb-Thwhlenetimnisitedlock will officiate. STATC , TICp RUmnr LIft will increase more and more, accord-
and talked to various University. to have a distinctly Michigan air which Betweenn3ranse4mo'clock thisafternoo
uni associations, will bring the spirit of the Universi Between 3 and 4 o'clock this afternoon ing to Dean Ward, but he says that it D
is purpose of speaking to the eng- to the cities that are visited. the offices of studeint publications will will be limited to 670 students. It dents desiring to take jour
ring societies was three-fold, said befor thcloed as a c dken of silent respect now has an enrollment of 450. courses in the University, the
a Coly:Firttoexpai te DADIN ONOPRABOOS rs -Dean Explains her offered in the Summer sessk<
pose of the Federated American Mrs. Scott was the wife of Prof. F. In regard to e enargemen eanbumee
ineering society; second, its ac- SET FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 1 N. Scott, head of the rhetoric depart- Ward says, "In 1908 the present build- n resi etaug
neis ng soinety;seorndIac- ment, whom she married Sept. 27, EMINENT UNIV RSITY EDUCATORS ing was constructed. The course then nalsm courses will be taught
plishments since Its organization; SEAKa WEEKuctd. OFcouse he
thirdly, Owsfrtreyas n11 twsuormome r leulariUnvers
s future work. All books to be submitted for the 1887. 'Her father was the late Prof. TO SPEAK WEEK OF was for three years. In 1916 Rit2was7er ,e ar yexericda
Co the , its future work.. ~~B. M. Thompson. She was born inMAC27ncesdtforyasndhn
o the engineering students, I 1923 Union opera should be in the increased to four years and then Prof. John L. Brummofthe,
e a plea for broader training," hands of the director not later than Saginaw in October, 1861, graduated again last fall it was raised to fve.
plea fagainolast fallnitgwasnraisedoto five.lnalism department, and E. G1
Dean Cooley. "I told them that I April 1, according to a statement made from the Saginaw high school in 180, Instructors in all departments of Ever since our first increase we have rows, of the same department
aed to see less technical training yesterday by E. Mortimer Shuter d- and received a bachelor of arts de- higher learning from the entire state felt the need of more room, and with a teach twoce ite
ur engineering schools; that I rector of the opera. There have been gree from the University in 1884. of Mr wi. met in rb an increase also in enrollment, the mer session. Professor Brumn
ed a broader education; that I two books already sent in which are he week of March 27. During the enlargement program became a neces- give courses in special featur
ted Latin required, and more cul- now under consideration. Mimes Orchestra Tryouts Wanted weekthe Michigan Association of Su- sity." magazine articles and written
led Latin reqaired aOwigntoidsffiienoresons'totheperintendents and School Boards,maaiertcsan witnlOigtonufcetrspseoth cism, and Mr. Burrows will ii
subjects taught in every engi- Attention is called to the fact that qalng tous, it wasaoned Short-Term Institute, Classical Insti- journalism and
ing school in the country. I told books in synopsis form should not be last night by E. Mortimer Shuter, di-; tute Conference, Michigan State Fed- In elementsng.rnalism ano
t that I wanted to see the young submitted and that only the completed rector of the Mimes theater, that a'eration of Teacher's Clubs, Academy paper editing.
neer liberally trained for his life forms be turned in. This includes the second tryout would beheld for thareneachr s club wnd In all of the courses, the in
various dialogues and stage appoint- Mimes orchestra at 4 o'clock this aft- Parent-Teachers club will bold mII- IVVinl by speial letures given t
ments. ernoon on the stage of the theater. ings in various campus buildings. pieced sppemeres .
SCUSSION GROUPS These meetings of the educators of the perienced newspaper workers.
T Sm l O err~ state are made possible by the spring dents will be given an opportut
TO BEGIN MONDAY Some&hang T4Ori Be vactin'in mst sholathatte. WISCONSIN AND ILLINOIS TEAMS inspect newspaper plants in D

- PSuperintendents and school board AL N"9 D
oup discussions similar to the Ox- rese e Tonight y P a erub members will meet Monday and will ANNUAL EVENTS DEFOE, 91, DIES
discussion system: which is in suc- have their annual dinner at the
ful usage at that university, will Union in the evening. Michigan will be represented in FROM PNEUMOJ
n at Michigan next Monday night, "Something to Smile Over," written Cowden and Mr. George Wilner, of the Dr. William H. Burnham, of Clark two debates Friday night when the
rding to James G. Frey, '22, ,by a University student and produced oratory department, directed the pro- university, Worcester, Mass., and Dr. Varsity affirmative team meets the Lous V. DeFoe, '91, dramatic
an of the Union reception com-erstduction This is the first attErnest H. Lindley, of the University of negative team of the University of on the New York World and pron
e under whose auspices themove- by members of the Players club, will ton Tis Is th firt empt of Kansas are the chief spealers at the Illinois in Ann Arbor, and the Var- Michigan alumnus, died at his
t ud hosea be presented at 8 o'cbok tonight at th ay c to 'cn in is Short-Term Institute, which will be sity negative team engages the affirm- on Monday, Marcl 13. Mr. DeFe
ia speeonstorhen Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The play cacity n this evening's program held in Lane hall. Dr. Burnham and ative team of the University' of Wis- stricken with pneumpnia five da;
ivera pettionsghavealred be is a one-act comedy written by Max constitutes the be in f a Dr. Lindley will each deliver four lec- consin at Madison, in the annual Mid- fore his death.
ved by. the t, committee, among of original plays to be given bytheEr tures. West League debates. After his graduation from the
ayequestifo te poet Vachel Eing of students interested in o club. The audience will be given an The Schoolmasters' club, 'which The question which will be debated ary college in 1891, Mr. DeFoe i
say, wo i ll e onef she veral ga erIng. oi o p t unty o me wit t r t mieets W ednesday, Thursday, and Fri- by the six members of the two teams ately entered the newspaper wo
ilnent writers to visit the Uni- writing.rof the play for the benefit of the author day, will be addressed by President is "Resolved, That the debts due the Sunday editor of the Chicago Tr
, wbn the near future. , Represents Stunt Work and the club. Appropriate scenery has Marion L. Burton, President John W. United States from her allies in the He Joined the New York World
arranging for the talks, which Of the production Prof. Roy W. Cow- been designed and constructed in the Laird, of Albion college, Dean Mary Great War should be cancelled." in 1899 and was dramatic critic o
be "entirely of an informal na- den, chairman of the play selection Players workshop. E. Sweeney, of Michigan Agricultural The students representing Michigan paper until his death. In the :
the initiative will rest with the committee says, "This play is the best Professor E le to Read college, Prof. David S. Muzzey, of Co- here will be: K. F. Klardy, '24, Phil- time he was an active contribu
Lp ofstudents who wish to sched- that has come to my attention from In addition to the play there will be lumbia university, Dr. George Vincent, lips Elliott, '22, and Olive Lockwood, various magazines and the aut
he discussion. the meeting I called last fall, of those a reading of Galsworthy's "The Little of New York, and many University of '22. Those who will present the nega- regular critical articles in the
angements can be made for any interestedtin play-writing. It is fair- Ma," by prof. Louis Eich, of the or- Michigan professors. The Union op- tive side of the question at Madison Book from 1905 to 1913.
p to obtain a speaker by leaving ly representative of, the kind of work atory department. Music will be fur- era will give its final performance of are: J. B. Glasgow, '23, F. A. Green- While in school here Mr. DeF
mnmuntation naming the speaker that a student can do on a dramatic nished by the Players orchestra. °s Make It for Two" before the club. baum, '22, and 0. W. Rush, '22. a member of the Sigma Phi au
re' and the time preferred at the theme. Every opportunity has been The cast of the play is as follows: Members of the Michigan teams re- Beta Kappa fraternities.
t desk in the Union, or by mailing given the play to insure its success as Jane Bowersox, by Amy Loomis, '22; Influenza Epidemic Subsides ceive the John S. Gray testimonials
o James G, Frey, '22, 1408 Wash- a play. It was not made to fit any Paul Bowersox, by David Gilchrist, The influenza epidemic has subsid- of $50 each and the John S. Gray gold Dean Kraui to Address Men'
~ avenue. particular person or persons" '22; Gloria Nast, by Catherine Green- ed to a marked extent, according to medals in recognition of their serv- Prof. E. H. Kraus, dean of th
Two months of work were put into ough, '23; Julia Bennett, by Dorothy the University Health ' Service, and ices." mer school, will be the peker
atch for the cMs . Today is '" the development of the play, both Jeffrey, '24; and' Henry Bennett, by there have been very few cases re- bimonthly m bee the en
by the author and the, east. Professor Milton Landv. '22. ..-a -....' -m. _ -mny tg hMen

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