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VOL. XXXII. No. 27.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1921

PRICE F

POSTPONEENToFAdvisers To Meet
Freshmen Tonight
WA E CUT URGED Upperclass advisers whose name be-
gin with the letters A to F, inclusive,
and their freshman charges will meet
at 7:30 o'clock tonight i nthe assem-
bly hall of the Union.
'hemeeting will be short so as not
CARRIERS CLAIM THEY MUST to interfere with anyone's study. Prof.k
STAND PAT ON PRESENT W. R. Humphreys, of the English de-
DEMANDS partment, will speak for the faculty.
Walter "Bud" Rea, '22, captain of -this
UNIONS LOOK TO ROADS year's basketball team, will talk on4
TO AVERT RAIL STRIKE "Sports". Emerson Swart, '22E,
president of the Union, will explain
the workings and plans of the Union,
Tie-up May Involve Violation of the and the Freshman's relation to it. By-
Transportation Act, Say ron Field, grad., will handle the sub-
Officials ject of the various campus publica-
tions.
Chicago, Oct. 25.-The United States
railroad labor board today turned to t
the railroads in its attempt to avert 1i I U T
the rail strike scheduled for Oct. 30, c L
suggesting that the roads temporarilyf
postpone seeking present rate reduc- PRED10110BY SHRFMN
'tion because the board's docket was so
crowded that a wage decision for all a
classes of employees could not be ren- RADICAL OPINIONS SHOULD BEf
dered before July, 1922. The carriers, SUPPRESSED UNTIL RESULT I
however, informed the board that they . IS KNOWNt
were "powerless to take any other", f
position" than the present one. ' "People should not express intem-
Will Not Consider Wage Cut perate views on the railroad labor sit-
In a formal statement the board in- uation either one way or the other,t
as the railroad labor board is capable
formed :the carriers that it would not o eciga gemn ih t
consider anyptto rwgeut of reaching an agreement with the
conide an peitin fr wge utsunions. The railroad -labor board ist
until the question of rules now under teien nt airy of the fd-
consideration were fully settled. The the permanent machinery of the fed-
board unofficially let the carriers un- fral lor pole andtitsgtask
derstand that such a ruling on wages will b u erileople ill re-
could not be handed down before July frain from in easier if preople willre
1922, and it would like the roads form- n said P'f.I. Leo hrmn
ally to announce postponement of their secta of. I. eo dart-
plans to seek further pay cuts, taking secretary of the economic depart
the attitude that such an announce- ment in a recent interview.
ment might avert a 'galkout. "The strike has not yet taken place
Will Not Change Demands and until it does, it is our duty- to
work for a peaceful solution by leav-
The committee of the Association of i- h ate nth ad fh
RaiwayEkeuties hic cofereding the matter in the hands of the f
Railway Efkecutives which conferred railroad labor :board. This board is
with the board announced, however, doing allaorotec. Thespblrcs
that the carriers would stand pat on doing all it can to protect the publ,
their plans to seek new pay cuts on and it has issued an appeal to the
the grounds that wages must be re- people to refrain from voicing provo-;
couldnative opinons at this time."
duced before freight rates could be Prfesor atrfhsemed
lowered, and that since the strike was Professor Sharfman seemed conf-
called technically to protest a wage cut dent that the railroad labor board
already authorized by the board, there sflveathr tnthe ic iner
was o ncesity or he oadsto akesafafactory to the public interest, if s
was no necessity for the roads to take left alone. -Professor Sharfman is thef
other than an inactive part in the lf ln.PoesrSafa ste
othe thn aninativ par intheauthor of a recent book on "The Rail-
strike controversy, between the board a r obe" r which a ted
and thezn ions. uro a ttent i cat t
In its communication to the roads much attention.
the board declared that if both side"
would consider the delay necessary ~~t
before wages could be reduced they
would realize that there was no cause News of the Day t
for an immediate strike on this point.
May Violate Act IN BRIEF
The board's statement, member
said, was issued tonight, the eve of
the strike hearing, to determine if the Washington, Oct. 25. -a Advisoryf
transportation act is violated by the northeast storm warnings were or-
unions in their strike plans, in the dered on Lakes Superior, Huron.
hope that it would result in represent- Michigan, and Western Erie today. A
atives of one side or the other volun- storm of marked fury, centered over
tarily offering some plan to clear up Central Canada, is moving northeast,
the crisis. The board itself has no de- attended by increasing easerly winds.(
finite plan, it was said, and will try in
the hearing to bring out all the facts Jacksonville, Oct. 25.-- The busi-c
in the case. ness section of Tampa is practically
flooded under three feet of water, ac-s
LEGION MEMBERS MAY MAKE cording to advices reaching here to-
PLANS FOR CONVENTION NOW night over a triple transmission line.
No loss of life has been reported but
American Legion members who wish industry is at a standstill.a
to attend the national convention, to -
be held in Kansas City in the near Washington, Oct. 25. - The house,
future can make arrangement for was asked today to expel one of its
tickets by writing American Legion members-Thomas L. Blanton, demo-
headquarters, Cass and Lafayette crat, of the seventeenth Texas dis-
streets, Detroit. Reservations should trict, for causing to be published in
be made at once and cash must ac- the congressional records an affidavit

company the application. which related to a row at the govern-'
ment printing office and which was
Dean Cabot Speaks in Kansas City characterized as obscene and un-
Dr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medi- printable.
cal school, is in Kansas City attend--
ing a series of meetings. On Mon- Cleveland, Oct. 25. -- Walter P.
day night he addressed the south- Hines, former , director-general of
west branch of the American Urologi- railroads, was in conference with the
cal association, his subject being "big five" railroad brotherhood chiefs
"Management of Small Renal and here this afternoon. Mr. Hines later
Ureteral Calculi". Tonight Dr. Cabot issued a statement announcing that he
will be the guest of honor of the came here at the request of the broth-
Medical association of the Southwest erhood chiefs, to ascertain whether he
and the Medical Society of the Mis- could act as counsel for them in the
souri Valley. question arising in connection with
the strike order.
Blanchard Named on Road Congress
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the New York, Oct. 25.-General mana-
department of highway engineering gers of railroads centering in New
and highway transport, has received York announced today that a substan-
notice from Paris of his appointment tial percentage of their employes had
as representative of the executive bu- indicated they would remain at work
reau of the Association Internationale notwithstanding the strike order.
Permanent des Congress de la Route. This announcement followed com-
pilation of results of a poll of irain-
WIN FROM ILLINOIS I men, engineers, conductors, and
MJ'Y A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW! switchmen begun last weak..-

FACULTY :MEN ON
ATHLETIC OFICE EXTENSION TOUR LET'S GO MICHIGAN!
TiiTNo special train can be run for
Three lectures were delivered Mon- the Illinois ganie unless at least
day under the auspices of the Univer- one hundred more. tickets are
sity Extension division by members of secured by students. The round
the faclty. Prof. R M. Wenley le- trip fare krill be $2.14.
, tured at Detroit before the Detroit Re- Five hundred tickets are still
view club, on the subjects, "Literature available for some of the chole-
as a Means of Personal Education." est seats in the Illinois stands,
STUDENTS MISSTATING CLASSES Prof. H. R. Cross spoke on "Relations for Saturday's game. Five hun-
IN ATTEMPTS TO GET of Sculpture to Architecture," before dred' have been sold todate.
BETTER SEATS the Thumb and Tack club, of Detroit. Buy that ticket at the Union
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi addressed the today, not tomorrow or the next
STUDENT COUNCIL TO Houghton Civic club on "Civic Im- ' day! Don't be a piker! No
provement." team can win unless it Is sup-
CHECK APPLICATIONS Tuesday, Prof. Aubrey Tealdi spoke ported!
again on "Civic Improvement," before LET'S GO MICHIGAN?
Officials Keep Accurate File for the Sault Ste. Marie high school, inE
Alumni and Undergraduates the second lecture of his series. Prof.
in Dispersion H. R. Cross addressed the Port Huron
Women's club on "How to Judge a Pic-
(Editor's Note. - The purpose of ture." The latter lecture was illus- N arReAtCti,51pa
this article is to detail, in a plain trated. CO N LU t
manner, the reasons for certain meth- Today, Prof. Aubrey Tealdi will n
ods of handling ticket applications for speak before the Manistique Women's ORO PERA SOW n
football games, and to explain what club, in the third lecture of his ser--
these methods are.) ies of five, on "Home Grounds and I
To make clear the routine of ticket Their Improvement." Miss Editrt
allotment, let us take the ticket sale Thomas will address the Coterie clut
for the Minnesota game as an exam- of Paw Paw, on "Problems in Civic from Marshall Field's Finest
ple. Beginning with the presentation Economy." Stage Clothes f
of an application to the Athletic of- Prof. R. M. Wenley will address the
fice, either in person or through the Michigan State Federation of Women's LESTER OF CHICAGO WILL t
mails, the application is opened, the clubs at Detroit, on "Phases of the DESIGN LAST ACT COSTUMES 9
money enclosed is checked against American Political Situation," Thurs-
the number of tickets requested. If day. Prof. Henry F. Adams will speak Costumes for the first act of "Make
the money and coupon equal the num- before the Flint Chamber of Commerce "M,,et
ber of tickets requested, the applica- Advertising club, on "The Psychology It For Two , the 1922 Union Opera,'
tion is passed along to a second clerk. of Advertising." Prof. Aubrey Tealdi were selected last Saturday by E.
If not correct, the applicant is noti- will deliver the fourth of his series, Mortimer Shuter at the costume de-8
fled. before the Escanaba high school, on partment of the Marshall Field com-r
Careful Checks Made "Home Grounds and Their Improve- pany in Chicago and have already ar-
A second check is made to see ment." rived in the city. The costumes aret
whether all data asked for on the ap- Friday, Oct. 28, Prof. Louis Karpin- all late creations in evening gowns,r
plication card is filled in. If not, the ski will talk on "Mathematics and which will be used only in the mod-
omission is noted by a clerk, in red Life," before the Detroit Mathematics whc etting of the first act md
ink. The applications are then dat- club. Prof. Rene Talamon will address The costumes for the second acta
ed, and passed to a filing clerk. This the Alliance Francaise at Kalamazoo wil be made by Lester, costume de-
clerk files the card in the proper file at 4 o'clock and at Grand Rapids at signer of Chicago, who is known tof
for class preference. By class prefer- 8 o'clock. His subject is not announc- most producers by the trade title of
ence is meant the years in which the ed. Prof. Aubrey Tealdi will deliver rodcrs F yshe tr te o-
applicant has enrolled on the cam- the last of his series on "Civic Im- lights", having been responsible for
pus. provement," before the Iron Mountain such costume extravaganzas as were
The application is in this way filed high school. used in the "Marigold Gardens Re-
n the "year preference" box under vue" and the individual costume crea-"
the date, or in uwder of its receipt in fiitions worn by Ina Claire in "Thes
that file. This process continues un- I bCHRO SUMMOIUG Gold Diggers" and many other stage
fil 6 o'clock of the evening of Nov. 9, celebrities of the past decade. Thec
for -applications for the Minnesota TOlT iRIC i T i plates made by Lester were accept-r
game. At this time, the year prece- a Ld by Mr. Shuter and the designer and
ience files close. and all applications four assistants will be in the city nextt
from undergraduates are rated in or- ASSOCIATION WILL OFFER ITS week end for the purpose of fitting 1
der of their time of receipt only. SERVICES TO FEDERAL each individual gown to the- members
This method takes care of student GOVERNMENT of the cast and chorus. This is the
appications only as alumni applica- first time in the history of the com-
tions are filed in sequence of their Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the pany that Lester has consented to do
receipt, no attention being directed higw. Angnering and orta- any work for an amateur production,
toward their year of graduation. tgdeartentill and anmeetin and if present expectations are real-
Checkerboard Arrangement tion department, will attend a meeting
Each stand is divided into sections. 'f the executive committee of the Na- i'e t on g in thilyaroera
'lonal Highway Traffic association on wll not only exceed in brilliance that
Each section of the stand is divided Wednesday in New York to formulate of any previous Mimes' creation butE
into two parts by a line running from will surpass the efforts of any de.r
top to bottom ~ ~ ~ lans for the transportatiojr of the srasteefrso n e
top to bottom of the stand, cutting signer of gowns for any college play E
each section in two at the middle. necessities of life over highways dur- ever produced in the country.
These sections are again divided by a .ng the threatened railroad strike.
line running laterally at right angles Professor Blanchard, who is presi-1
to the first, making four divisions to \detn of this national organization, Fros t Endorses
states that the services of the asso-
each section. The alumni occupy t h hrh - k
one-half of the upper section, and the clation have been offered to the Unit- W himsies w ork
oppositehalf of the lower. The stu- ed States government since its mem-
dents fill the alternate divisions. bership includes practically all of the
Officils ofthe Atletic offic i)fals of the highway transport corn- Robert Frost has expressed himself
Officials of t the letic office poin mittee of the Council of National De- as being especially interested in the
ings of the present system is that no nense, which functioned .during the spirit and fortunes of the Michigan lit-
check is possible to verify the "year war. Hence the association will be ra bmagazine. In fathe Nevecbtr
preference" data as indicated in the able to rapidly rehabilitate the former"g
application. To remedy this, Angus nation-wide organization of highway number.
G. Goetz, '22M, president of the Stu- ranspor expers. i
dent council, has appointed a commit- On Thursday Professor Blanchard now well under way, according. to staff
fee to check the Eyear preference" of willpresent the reports of the cr- members of the magazine. It is ex-
all applicants yo ear inesta ittee on "Traffic and Transporta- pected this issue will be as muh of a
ame Thpis comittee wiork un- tion", and "Standard Tests for High- revelation of unsuspected literary in-
game. This committee will work un- '1lite
der the direction of George Gregory, way Materials" at the Baltimore con- terest as was the first printed issue
'22E, and will check each application nt of the American Society for of# hsies st May.
for the Minnesota game previous to Ip mproventents. Manuscripts should be received not
forthMinneotagaeprevoust later than Nov. 1 in order to receive

the allotment of tickets. consideration for the first issue. Stu-'
MOORE, '21E, AWARDED TRIP dents may send contributions to the'
SHARFMAN STYLES BUSINESS TO ILLINOIS BY TECHNIC magazine at the Press building or
AS PROFESSION AT SMOKER drop them in the box provided for that.
Edward F. Moore, '21E, has been purpose in West hall.'
"Business as a Profession" was the awarded the trip to the Illinois game
subject of a short talk by Prof. I. L. offered to the winner of the Technic PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS MAY
Sharfman at the All-economics smoker prize article contest, which closed yes- BE TAKEN AT HEALTH SERVICE
last night at the Union. Professor terday. Moore's article, entitled "Pro- --
Sharfman contrasted the business fessionalism in Engineering", won Physical examinations are being
ideas of the past with those of to- over a field of 17, although an arti- taken daily at the offices of the Health
day. "The aim of our business de- cle by M. Gould Beard, '24E, on "The service. Sophomore medics are being
partment is not toturn out men with Toys of Motor-Shipping" ran a very examined this week from Oct. 24 to 28.
a great fund of information which close race and was granted honorable Starting Saturday, Oct. 29, junior med-
will be forgotten after they take their mention by the judges. Prof. J. E. Ics will take examinations, ending Nov.
last exam," said Professor Sharfman, Emswiler, of the mechanical engi 2. Classes will be taken in order, the
"but to train them to think intelli- ,eering department; Prof. J. E. Thorn- examination period extending through
gently, to apply principles to chang- ton, of the English department of the the semester until all classes have re.
ing business problems. Music at the -ngineering school, and Arthur J. ported for the examinations.
smoker was furnished by "Tommy" Stock, Jr., '22E, editor of the Tech-
Thomas' orchestra. A short business nic, were the judges. President Burton Speaks in Albion
meeting followed Professor Sharf- Moore in his article advocated the President Marion L. Burton was it'
man's talk. institution of a six year voluntary Albion Tuesday, where he delivered an
course for engineers, leading to the address on the occasion of the inaug-
WIN FROIT ILLINOIS! - degrees of bachelor of arts and bache- uration of President Laird, of Albion
Brv A KPEC1AL" TICIKE T TWi fiorf .Rieents nn ..

RE1SERVATIONS
STUDE N-TS IN!
MORE THAN 300 REQUIRI
CATIONS RECEIVE]
UNION
FINAL CHANCE 4
TOBUY FARE TOM(
Coupon Receipts Exchange
uiar Michigan Cen
Tickets Thursda

Reservations for accommodations
the special train to the Illinois g
next Saturday that were received
the Union yesterday as a result of
mass meeting Monday night in l
auditorium insure the running of
train by the Michigan Central i
road. More than the irequisite 300
dents have already signed up an
full train including day coac
Pullmans, and a buffet car wil cs
hem to Urbana in time for
game.
Last Chance to Sign Up
A final opportunity will be gi
o students who have not alre
signed up to do so today and ton
row afternoon at the Union desk. '
special special rate that has been
ranged for by rthe Union with
Michigan Central officials is $12.14
the round trip, not including Pulli
reservations. Women students .n
turn in their applications by ton
row afternoon in Barbour gymnasi
as a special car will be run for tb
Those who have already paid
fare for the special can excha
their coupons for the regular tic
from 2 to 8 o'clock tomorow aftern
at the Union. Special arrangem
will also be made to enable woi
students to exchange their cou:
at 'the Union and will be annou
in The Daily tomorrow. All
dents are asked to specify when
curing tickets whether they intent
return on the special to Ann Ai
Saturday night or to remain over
til Sunday, asthe full train will
be run if enough students do not
'p for the return trip.
Sleeping Reservations Availabli
Pullman reservations can be in
with the representative of the MI
gan Central at the same time ton
row afternoon. Lower berths to
bana are $4.05 and uppers are $
with the option of using the be:
either for two or one. A dra
room, which is able to accommoi
ether three or four, costs $14.65
The train will leave Ann Arbor
o'clock Friday night and arrive
Urbana at 8 o'clock Saturday m
ing. If a full train is run on the
turn trip it will leave Urbana
Saturday night and will arrive h
about 8 o'clock Sunday morning.
May Stop in Chicago
The special will not pass thre
Chicago on the return to Ann Ar
but will be switched around the
skirts of the city. Those who 1
to stop there over night can le
Urbana Saturday night on one of
regular Illinois Central trains
must leave Chicago in time to ar
here before midnight Sunday, as
special rate expires at that time.
Union is now trying to have the
extended so that students will be
to leave Chicago any time before
night and arrive in Ann Arbor m
day morning. The result of the
gotiations will be announced in
morrow's Daily. The Varsity I
will make the trip on the spe
enough money having been prov
by student subscriptions to pay
expenses for the journey.
Prof. Menefee- Addresses Eng
Prof. F. N. Menefee, of the e'ngir
ing college, addressed the De
chapter of the American Assoclati4
Engineers, Monday evening, at I
Taylor's auditorium in Detroit.
occasion was the regular mo
meeting, of the Detroit chapter of
organization, whose members are
interested in all branches of engi
ing.
Junior Lit Class Meets Tod
Junior lits will hold a meeti

4 o'clock this afternoon in room
Mason hall. The matter of the Ji
Hop will be discussed, and other

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