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S TO AWATMichigan Tennis LAasses To Weigh
. \ Men DefeatedC4H For Spring Games
Michigan's tenOsJ team was unable FOR CO P ST E "Weighing in" for all sophomoresUGI
tocp ihtespeedy brand of play and fr eshmen desiring to be in the
shown by the Oklahoma raquetmen tug-of-war Friday will be held be-
IU 5 G E S H A L to f tpe w th te , of Whiy here wer Oplc asay U and tomorrow aern g on in Dr ta 'sF G O L YE D
yesterday afternoon and lost all four Submits Outline of Enterprise to tween 2 and 5 o'clock this afternoon
of the matches, of° which there were Officials In Gon- andntomorrow afternoon in Dr. May's 1 C T
three singles and one doubles con- ference .office, in Waterman gymnasium.
SAYS FORD'S DREAM test. 'hree teams will be picked from
N""NEVER COME_ - Ben K. Parks, captain of the Okla- SAYS IDEA IS IN PRACTICE AT each class, light weight, consisting of BELIEVE CLOSE ASSOCIATION V
homa team, defeated Captain Charles MAJORITY OF LARGE SCHOOLS men under 135 pounds, middleweight, WILL PROMOTE GOOD
TRUE Merkel, playing No. 1 for Michigan between 135 and :160 pounds, and SPIRITg
in straight sets 6-4 and 6-1. Playing heavyweigt men more than 16-
nearly as fine a game as his captain, Plans for a co-operative store here yh
3OMMITTEESPLIT George O'Connel defeated Rorih of were made more definite yesterday pounds. The heaviest men in each of FAVOR USE OF ROO1MS
ER OF AUTO KING, Michigan in practically as one''sided noon when University officials, in these classes will be chosen.
a match as the first line. The score charge of the proposed store conferred Pep meetings for both classes, at AS FRESHMAN QUARTERS
Dobt Ttin this match was 6-3 and 6-1. George with J. E. McRae, who has recently which directions will be givn by the
Doubt. That Fertilizer CostReindel, Jr., playing No. 3 for Michi- investigated the conditions of such Student council committee and class Says Demand for Suitable Rooms Has
e Cut In Half By New gan put up the best fight for the Wol- stores at the majority of large uni- captains and lieutenants elected, are Outgrown Supply; Idea Assured
Process .verines and-made Harrington go three versities in the East and Middle West, scheduled for Wednesday and Thurs- Ol
sets. Both men played a eep court and who operates the co-operative day nights. The sophomores will meet Success
game and were stroking splendidly store at the University of Washing- at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in the
r Associated Press). but the Oklahoma man had the best ton in Seattle. Mr. McRae, here as a Natural Science auditorium, while all Hearty endorsement of the proposal
:f, May 8.-Recommenda- of it and won 2-6, 6-3, and 6-3. guest of President Marion L. Burton of t&e freshman classes will assemble by Michigan alumni to erect 40 dor-
dt proposals for private de- Merkel and Reindel paired for Mich- and Mrs. Burton, consulted with the at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night in Na- mitories, each housing about 100 stu-
- igan in the doubles contest while Har- officials, offering for tie most part a turhl Sciience auditorium, dents, as announced last Sunday, was
of. the government properrington and Parks were the Sooner 'general plan of organization and The games this year will see the re- voiced by prominent members' of the o
ole Shoals, Ala., other than pair. After a poor start the Wolver- management.. of instatement of the rope contest which University faculty yesterday.
nise" fertilizers at one-half ines climbed up on their opponents Suggests Store Off Campus was substituted last year by the flag Increase of the number of suitables
nt prices and fail to "guar- and won the first set by a 7-5 score. In his plan, Mr. McRae suggested rush. This and the obstacle race will rooms availa le for students, and the
production, was voiced to During the next two sets the south- that the store might be situated off be held Saturday morning. getting together of men Aot connect- t
erners played at top speed and held the campus in order that it could com- ed with fraternities, thus producing a s
arles L. Parsons,, former the two Wolverines helpless, winning pete fairly with other town merchants, stronger spirit of student fellowship, a
Lical engineer for the war 6-2, 6-2. charging list prjces for all goods, were poieted out as the greatest ben-
before the senate agricul-'# and receiving no aid from the stat.efits to be derived from the dormitory
TitleeV ° Byhaving the store off the.campus,FRENCH C BWILL plan. Housing of freshmen in dor- b
aittee. havi the advantage of being able to sell all
re his belief that cheapen- TTkinds of goods is had,". he said; OIY T better opportunity to get acquainted
fe"rtilizers by the pro-while if on the campus some of the sT1with university life, was favored by
hose commodities at Muscle most salable lines of stock cannot be several faculty members.-
.ld nevr e acoplihecarried." Favors Freshman Quarters c
d nry Ford's "dream" could In consideration of financial sup- Cerele Francals Adds Finishing "I am heartily in favor of it," de- b
_portand control of the organization Touches to "La Belle lared Dean John, R. Effinger of the p
Strue,. potAventure" ltrr
ses' said :he doubted the Fundamental Thin Is What a Man he suggested that the original capital literary college in discussing the dor-
rinof es rs ha dtned huprot=Tn s taM would probably -have to be secured mitory proposition. Dean, Effinger
y of reports that a new pro- Thinks of Christ's Teachings, from stocks and bonds sold to the THREE ACT COMEDY SAID TO expressed the hope that at elast part "
iet piscovered which would Says Pastor students, faculty, and alumni. After BE MASTERPIECE BY ORITICS of the dormitories would be set aside s
ct prie arfrtilizertInhalf. the establishment of the store, each for freshmen.
ireparinareportEfor use. year a certain per cent of the profits The Cercle Francais will present its By increasing the supply of rooms,
ewas res edtoday by the DECLARES PEOPLE MUST NOT e debt sixteenth annual play, La 'Belle the dormitories would eliminate the 7
tary committee. It was un- BE SKEPTICAL OF RELIGION However, there should be much of the Aventure, b'y de Caillavet, de Flers, use of rooms not suited for student t
iat thy committee member- profit left for dividends. Dividends and Rey, at 8,o'clock, this evening at purposes, said Dean J. A. Bursley, a
pllt 10 to 11 on certain pro- "I don't care at all what a man could be declared once a year to the Sarah Caswell' Angell hall. Dean, of Students.
the FNord proposal, the ma- members. These might be as high as The cast, comprising some 30 char- "We need the dormitories,' 'was the
ring the various sectiois, of 25 per cent, if the store 'were proper- acters, has been at work since early opinion of Registrar Arthur G. Hall. '
al as they were taken up, ity; what he thinks about the spirit ly operated, as it is at the. University in Februa'ry, and' according to J. B. "Do-mitories would give us a chance p
to time, of Christ's teachings and of his life' of Wisconsin. Cloppet, director,, has responded ad- to catch up with the demand for suit- c
are the fundamental things," is the Believes Store Is Needed mirably to his coaching. 'The' final able rooms. The demand for roomsB
lmusi belief of Rev. Frederick J. Wishart, Mr. McRae said that he believed th dress rphearsal held last evening has far outgrown the supply, and C
. McRae sad that he believed leaves nothing to ,be desired and while Ann Arbor has been having
IL1 pastor of the Fountain Street Baptist . wasa th e believed awaits only the presentation to prove building boom during the last year, r
church at Grand Rapids, as expressed -tr ee n hti ol ueyits worth.> Particularly delightful is most of the newi houses are too small f
store here, and that it would surely the Work of Bernese Warsaw, '22, in toipoetestaingety"~
in his address Sunday evening at Hill lack no business. th f enee ra to improve the situation greatly. k
auditorium under the auspices of the, Those in charge will meet at. 4:30 he role of Helene de Trevillace the Will Aid ESwpirlst' e
- - -o'clock Thursday afternoon to cos- inevitable 'woman in the ease." Les- That the dormitories would streng i
COBB ANDCLANCYARE University Services committee. sider the plans as recently drawn up . Palmiter, '24, in the role of An- en University spirit, was the belief of
Should Study Life sy the plassteen. ddre d'Eguzon, the persecuted hero, has Registrar Hall, who gnentioned' theC
BLE TO ATTEND AS "We ca'nnot hope to solve the prob- b also shown himself to be an actor of success of dormitories at Harvard and f
PLANNED ' lem of the ages, we cannot agree on unusual ability. other universities. "I hope that. we a
- the details ofhis life in many. cases; CA[ T nThe play, a comedy in three acts, shall have enough dormitories to n
Iks by Coach Fielding H. but we can catch the tpirit of his life Is a Oellghtful little burlesque on life house all the women students, all
'Wby studying it, and we can receive in general and has been acclaimed by freshmen, and as many 'other 'men i
Prof. R. W. Aigler outlin- salvation," he continued. We over- !frtc soeo hecfl(atr tcritics as one of the comedy master- students as possible."
st and future plans of-the look one of the finest things in life pieces of the century. It deals with Prof. Edward H. Kraus, dean of the
tin and the Board in If we become skeptical of this greet the tribulations of two young lovers Summer session and acting dean ofp
Athletics marked an enthu- religion, if we doubt the divinity of who are trying in the face of auost the college of pharmacy, was like- f
etin of the Boosters held: this great life. We must look to the NO OUTSTANDING LEADS AS AL overwhelming circumstances to get wise .convinced that the dormitories
at the Union. A Michigai ideal for which he stood. I PARTS ARE CHARACTER married. The action moves swiftly would be a good thing for the Uni-t
to series of Boost "To have proof that it is not nec- STUDIES ., from one scene to another, and ends versity.
f purposes of the orga- essary to settle all the details of with the inevitable happy conclusion. By living in dormitories, said Dean
e adopted at the meeting. Christianity, one needs only to re- Kraus, those men not affiliated with
Marion L. Burton H member that in chemistry and ,in other Every role in 'Pomander Walk," the fraternities or clubs would get into. e
'and Ty Cobb were unable studies there are many questions up- play to be given by senior women at d n t h 1141 jijRII j l1 iUI closer touch with each other and con-
the meeting as had been on which there can be no agreement, 8:15 o'clock Thursday night at the sequently would enjoy" many advan-
and yet we in no way .think of re- Whitney theater, is a character study tages heretofore restricted to frater-. ~
d of more tennis courts, jecting the whole science. in itself.' There are no outstanding AWIINnity men. The increase in the sup-
lamonds was discussed by Old and New Conflict reads and no parts that can be called ply of rooms would also releve the t
"The statement that either science minors for every member of the housing situation.
t. He pitd u mn osnnstain
whic neeed o~ m or .religion is wrong is highly cast has the problem of portraying aji ADDRESS ONE OF SERIES GIVEN,."The evident success of the wom-
present athletic plant an damaging," said Reverend Wishart. Individual personality with idosyncra-j SUNDAY AFTERNOONS AT . en's dormitories already on the cam-
ity f efull i "There is a conflict betwen the old cies of its own. The male roles are UNIO pus," said Dean Kraus, "would idi-
which should' come first, world and the new, but this is because especially difficult and are being han- cte the unquestionable successofd
ds dictating that but a few the old church is pretentious, because dle' unusually well by the girls who "Advertising as a practice is as old dormitories for men."l
ects should have immediate it thinks itself infallable. It must not are rrying them. as civilization, but modern advertis- - v
be thought of In this light. It must ing as introduced 15 or 20 years ago d
W. Aigler, chairman of the teach the 'spirit of service; it must ak hsbeing played byeided has opened up a new era," said C. C. IMT i C
ontrol of Athletics, spoke ot teach men to burden themselves with as wh has ye o the Winningham, of Detroit, in his talk
,ncyo withlwhich, thoe Ah hersoniifte f ie"parts in last year's Junior Girls's
ten with which the At the responsibiltes of life." lay, a part In "Pygmalion," the play upon "Advertising as a Profession,
lation apartnPex- given this year by Comedy club, and Sunday afternoon in the Unon as- 111rndTgMty bC
ie close of each football partsin other dramatical entertain- sembly room s
le stated that the organi- Friats other daThe address was one of the series ,
ments this year.
always met its obligations Elizabeth Vickery, who plays- the of talks by men of national reputation PROMINENT POET WILL OFFERe
e of the football season and Remain On Sale part of Mrs. Poskett, the widow with in various fields. . PROGRAM OF OWN
ly thereafter entered upon j-matrimonial intentions toward Sir Pe- "Advertising has created new wants VERSE

for the betterment of the Tickets for the Freshman Frolic, ter, took one of the male leads in last and new uses, and has profoundly af-
ent' T eyear's J r Girls' play, and also ap- fected the habits of the nation within
ent of some suitable tok- which will be held Friday night in the peared in" "The New Lady Bantock," the past two dlecades," said Mr.in- Amy Lowell, the third of the dis-
given to Michigan's All- bail room of the Union, will go on and "Pygmalion." ningham. "The teneral use, for in- tinguished modern poets visiting the
football men of all times at' sale to the general campus between Practically every other member of stance, of prepared breakfast foods, of University, will offer a prograii of
s game next fall was made 3 and 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the cast of "'Pomander Walk" has had a few well known brands of soap, of readings of her own verse tomorrow
G. Frey, 22. R. V. Libo- 'iexperience in campus dramaticaovacuumHleanersw can be attributed .l.
outlined the work of the if the remaining 110 tickets are not nrin in ca s ramtia ac lght in Hill auditorium. Miss Lowell
work and this serves' to raise the play directly to periodical advertising. The
sold to freshmen before tomorrow above the realm of amateur work. national habit among men of the daily comes under the auspices of the
noon. Tickets will be on sale from 2 toG6 shave can be traced to safety razor American Association of University
noon. ' Women and Whimsies, and as one of/
Ninety tickets have been sold to o'clock this afternoon and tomorrow advertisements."
afternoon in the box-office at Hill aud-' Mr. Winningham contradicted the the most prominent figures in modernI
date, and there are still 100 applica- itorium general belief that the field is one American poetry, 'her interpretation
tions for tickets that have not been , wherein no special training is neces- of her own lines offers unusual oppor-
called for. If the freshmen who E T H Nsary and where big money ny be tunities for those interested in poetry
have handed in 'applications do not d 'S "TTOdHONsR Masy L andlwhesecbngrmoneydmaycbe
ohnson, managing editor of haehnddi 'plcain d o made easily. "The advertising man is to American poetry. At present she
pi ds News, will speak at callfor their 'tickets either today or 14 MEN TONIGHT in general pain no better than a" man is Aeagedan witi an reense
on of the Students Press tomorrow morning, they will not be of his grade in any other profession," study of Keats, and recently has pub-1
e Union at 6:15 o'clock to- held any longer for them. They will ' he said. lished a book of translations from the
be on sale today between 10 and 12 Mimes honorary dramatical society.
isanink ok antd between d nd o k will initiate 14 new members at its Merlin Wiley, state attorney general, Chinese: Miss Lowell is a member of
annual initiation banquet 'to be held and speaker for next Sunday's pro- the New England Poetry club and the
ing to the club officers, and in the <lobby of the Union, and at the at 6 o'clock tonight at the Union. gram, and will talk on "The Business Poetry Society of America. She states
al writer of unusual merit, usual hours tomorrow morning. Speeches will be made by the officers of Government." in one of her works that she is inter-
lents interested in journal- Harry f Kipke, '24, assures the of the organization, ested chiefly in polyphonic prose.
ivited to attend the lunch- freshman class that no action will be A new Mimes' emblem in the form Organ Recital Postponed Some of her best known works are,
nets will eb on sale at the taken towards freshmen that attend of a gold watch chain link will be Due to the Swing-Out exercises next "A Dome of Many Colored Glass,"
Wahr's book store, and in the Frolic, and says, "I can assure the presented to the members and ini- Thursday afternoon there will be no "Sword Blades and Poppy Seed,"
for of University hall from freshmen that they need not fear any tiates. The link bears the Mimes' in- organ recitgI this weep. The next or- "Six French Poets," "Men, Women,
clock today.. The price is hazing, although the day of the Frolic. scription and the name of the gan recital will be given after the and Ghosts," and "Tendencies in Mod-

onstruction Work Will
June; To Be Complet
A Catholic dormitory to
late 100 students and to do
gill be built this 'June on
f William and Maynard s
vill be constructed on t
quare lot facing William si
o be of thek most modern
tructure will be four storie
roof garden on top and a
ool in the basement, wher
e located the dining ro<
eating capacity of 225.
Will Build Chape
Plans are also under w
:onstruction of a students
ie built along the most comr
t will be of English gothi
ure with Tudor characte:
will be constructed of .":
tone" at a cost of betwe
nd $400,000. The chapel
'00 people, and will occupy
he presen one on the cort
nd Jefferson streets.
The dormitory will be op
ow a cost as possible. It :
letely equipped with eve
essary for comfort and
Besides the accommodation
ial features mentioned it
ontain a library, a ag
'oom and an assembly hall
unctions. The furnishings
eeping wi'th the architect
uilding and the purposes3
s to be put. According t
Pr. Michael C. Bourke, chal
Catholic students' chapel,
or the structure are alrea
nd its completion is ex
next fall.
It is planned to name th'
n honor of Father Gabrl4
who when the'University c
bras the "Catholepistemiad'
president of the school a
f its thirteen chairs. A st
will bd laced in a ich of
rance of the building.,,
At Enrollment Const
present there are 8'
tudents at the 'Universit:
nately 10 per cent of the at
This -ercentage of the en
nent has been the same f
25 year,' except during th
he world war, when it fell
number owing to the l
ber in service.
Alumni engineers are n
designing the dormitory. I
dark-brown brick and whit
built of fireproof material.
will contain running w
desks, bookcases, beds and
basement will also contai
shop and'billiard room.
to come in conflidt with tt
Union," stated Father Bour
erve as further homelike c
to this recreational c'ente
Exhibit Int

Jieneker Pi;
Holding.a prominent par
hibit of the Ann Arbor Art
which opened yesterday
Memorial hall is the work
Mr. Beneker excels in vi
trayal of the commonplac
industrial life. His work
ness of character, and at tlh
a spiritual quality which
the work of an able and i
ist In addition to his w
Mr. Beneker has achieve
able fame as an illustrator
He will deliver a lecti
Theories on Art and Life,"
eery, Alumni Memorial hall
ning of May 18.


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