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IRISH SITuAION Scrubbing Day AtT" "^\ER SENATOR Rehlin DelightsW
Engineering Arch In Thanksgiving
N CHES LIIUOLJ "Scrub! Scrub! Scrub!" This will dFS19K TOI l]I(By Delbert Clark) C
STA E be the song of the brushes today as Seldom it is that an entire mus-v
the 10 Triangle neophytes wield themTheodoreEcal program is carried through with-
CRITICAL ~ ~~back and forth over the engineeringTedr E. Burton to Deliver Address cli are hog ih
on "Ourth Foreigne.igout a single number which tires or
- arch in accordance with ancient and on "Our Foreign bores the listeners, but the large audi-
ALLEGIANCE REFUSAL ALMOST accepted custom of the artists of that Policy" ence which nearly filled Hill audito-
CAUSES BREAKIN order. All this must occur to teach rium Thursday afternoon listened withe
RELATIONS the neophytes the dignity and the SERVED STATE OF OHIO IN manifest delight to just such a pro-a
honor of both mental and manual la BOTH hOUSES OF CONGRESS gram.g
bor.r,-- Edward Rechlin, organist of Im- h
SINN FEIN DELEGATES But other form of torture promise Theodore E. Burton, former United manuelLutheran church, in New Yorks
MEET WITH DE VALERA to lend their impressiveness to the city, who gave the Thanksgiving re-
occasion, and to urge the men on to States senator from Ohio, will deliver I
Will Return to London to Hear Result the end of their tedious journey, an address on "Our Foreign Policy", I
George-Craig Only after the neophytes have prov. with a discussion on the conference FAlla l[EYllf
aLloy ed themselves to be men and have for the limitation of armaments, un- []
successfully overcome all the trials der the auspices of the UniversityI
of their journey will they be allowed Oratorical association at 8 o'clock to-
(By Associated Press) to enter the ranks of the Triangles, night in Hill auditorium. Dean Hen-
London, Nov. 25.-As Premier Craig, and join themselves with those who ry M. Bates of the Law school will L
of Ulster, went into conference with have withstood the test. introduce the speaker.
Prime Minster Lloyd George today, it A formal initiation and banquet will Senator Burton comes here to speak Instincts, Commercial Ambition, In.a
was admitted officially that the Irish be held at th Union at 6:30 o'clock with the wide experience of one who sularity Rehponsble, Says c
peace negotiations had reached a this evening. An address by one of has been in the public life for many Lecturerb
"grave and critical stage". the faculty members of the Engineer- years. He has served in both houses
A prominent member of the Sinn ing college will follow the banquet. of congress, where he ranked among
Fein bore this out. sthe leaders and was recognized as an UNIVERSITIES ARE SEEN AS
"The situation is too serious for authority on many questions. INFLUENCE TOWARD PEACE
talk," he said. "Arthur Griffith, Mi-C f0NHe has traveled extensively in
chael Collins and George Duffy ithe South America and the Orient, where Three fundamental fallacies were
Sinn Fein delegates) have gone to he was received as a distinguished found to be the main causes of war
Dublin to take counsel with Mr. de citizen of the United States while he by Dr. John Henry Muirhead, profes-
aun to tre c nsucti ato thedo INFO RMAL TALKS t
Valera and the Dail Eireann cabinet was studying the economic and inter- sor of philosophy at the University
and to receive instruction as to the national problems of those countries. of Birmingham, Eng., in his addressn
attitude they are to adopt. They will Although he decided to leave public on "Causes of War and Peace", given
return to London Saturday night to Plan Three Addresses by Prominent life in 1915, and accepted the presi- at 4:15 o'clck yesterday afternoon in N
meet Mr. Lloyd George after he has Men Before Christmas dency of a New York bank, he yielded the Natural Science auditorium. Thea
received Sir James Craig's reply." Vacation again to the demands of his constitu- auditorium was filled to the doors, and
Gives No Assurane -ents and is at present a congressional many were forced to stand.
At today's interview, Mr. Lloyd BISHOP REMINGTON TO SPEAK representative from his home district. The first of the fundamental falla-
George was unable to give Ulster as- AT OPENING MEETING SUNDAY Gies as outlined by Professor Muir-D
surance that, even if she agreed to I Nl1111N N N EUhead is the survival of the elementaryt
his proposal, the Sinn Fein would ad- instincts, such as passion and jeal-p
mit the point of allegiance to the Rev. William P. Remington,bishop ousy; the second is the idea that
King, as King of Ireland. Such ad- sufragan of South Dakota, will speak rcommercial strength depends uponn
mission had been refused by the Dail at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in J APANESEJREGEb TImilitary strength, and the third is the
Elreann representatives, who are de- the Union in the first of a series of idea that wherever a nationality ex-
Glared to view Ireland solely an inde- talks all to be delivered by men ists there must also exist an Inde-a
pendent state which, however, might prominent in their chosen vocations. (By Associated Press) pendent governmental unit. The glor-p
make treaties with the other states of Eddie Rickenbacker has been asked Tokio, Nov. 25.-Crown Prince Hir- ificatlon of war, and the fallacy thata
the British Empire, and possibly even to speak on Dec. 4. McPhersonBrown- ohito has been designated regent of war at occasional intervals is Jevi-
acknowledge the King as 1'resldent ing, vice-president of the Detroit Japan. An imperial rescript making table, were also brought out as caus-
of $ federation of free states Trust company, will relate some of his the announcement was issued by Em- es for war in general.
TTnllke British Pfa experiences in the bond business on peror Yoshito yesterday afternoon. It Professor Muirhead said that the
This is nothing lie the settlement Dec. 11.sid. very instincts of mankind if left un-
plan the British government had In These speeches and the later meet- We are unable to attend in person changed and unwarped make-for peace
mind, and it appears that, if the Sinn ings of the series will give men still to the affairs of state on account of and fraternity among men. He
Fein maintains its attitude, the nego- in college glimpses at the possibili- protracted illness, and accordingly ap- brought out that universities, by the
tiations must be broken off, with the ties of various fields, such as bank- point Crown Prince Hirohito regent cosmopolitan character of their curri-
resumption of warfare an immediate ing, law, medicine, brokerage, and with theapproval of the councilo cula and the scope of their influence,
possibility, engineering, according to N. C. Da- princes, the imperial family and the can in great measure hasten perma-
mon, '23, chairman of the committee privy councellors. nent peace both by direct and indirect
on Sunday afternoon meetings. Those Simultaneously a bulletin was issued effort.
HOBOS ARRESTED AFTER who are un'ecided as to what sort of that the emperor's condition was such n
STOPPING FREIGHT TRAIN life work they ish to undertake will as to preclude his further attentionn
have an opportunity to meet these to state duties. It added that there PRORAM O"EC B
Four men are now in the city jail men and obtain first hand information were no serious developments in his
at Ann Arbor on the charge of stop- from their experiences and observa- physical condition. Restraint of speech eibNRT INN N
ping a Detroit-Jackson freight train tions. and nervous debility are declared by C yL ~R LV
yesterday morning near Barton dam. Among the men whom the Union physicians to be his chief ailments.'
The men are vagrants from Detroit plans to secure for these talks are: The emperor and empress, it is ex- N
who wished to stop off at Ann Arbor, Roy D. Chapin, president of the Hud- pected, will pass the winter at Hay- INCLUDES VARIETY OF SONGS
according to Thomas O'Brien, chief son Motor Car company; Howard ama, removing to Tokio in the spring. AND INSTRUMENTAL
of police. O'Brien believes that the Coffin, designer of the Hudson motor NUMBERS
men stopped the train by turning the and chairman of the aircraft board VA n * x *t
angle cock of the air Hofse located be- during the early part of the war; Announcement of the program forf
tween the two cars. Col. J. G. Vincent, chief designer of ++Fa Tr rture the annual fall oncert of te Varsity
After they had stopped the train, the Liberty motor; state and govern- T **lo'u tGlee and Mandolin club to be given
the men disappeared in the direction mfent officials, newspaper edito,rs, and Tuesday night in Hill auditorium wast
of Ann Arbor, but they were soon 10- bank presidents. With parched tongues, glazed eyes, made yesterday.C
cated by Deputy Sheriff Smith of the minds semi-delirious with the oft-an- Beginning with the Latin "Laudesr
police department. WHIMSIES CONTEST ticipated but never-realized expecta- Atque Carmina" and concluding witht
CLOSES DECEMBER 1 tions of the cooling, soothing waters of "The Victors," traditional at all of theF
FIATERNITY MEWf HOLDiNG the sprite-like, elusive mirage, they Glee club concerts, the program in-I
ONFERENCE IN NEW YOR press on until it seems the agony of cludes a variety of songs and instru-
Streams of thought fowing essay- walking with swollen feet along that mental numbers, ranging from the
ward must cease by Dec. 1, according endless path of numberless, burning classical to the present day popular1
Two hundred fraternity men, rep- to Whimsies editorial staff, now carry- particles'of sand must become unen- hits. Vocal numbers will be given by
resenting all the leading men's fra- ing on the frat essay contest ever con- durable. the Glee club, the Varsity quarette,t
temnities of American colleges and ducted on the campus. The Muse of Onward, onward they stagger with and the Midnight Sons quartette. In-
universities, will meet in convention Essay has already dictated subjects the faltering, halting footsteps, char- strumental features will be give by
at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York philosophical, such as the why of acteristic of the body when the spirit the Mandolin club, the Varsity Banjo
city, today and tomorrow, under the campus, or the whither of stars. It is willing but the flesh is weak. Water! quintet, and a string sextet.c

direction of the Interfraternity con- has dictated subjects humorous, such Water! Who among them would not The club has been working with ex-
ference. Problems of interest to fra- as freshmen, or tragic, like alarm willingly sell his chance of happiness tra practices the past few days in per-t
ternity and college men generally will clocks, with their accompanying early in the hereafter for one drop to refresh fecting itself for the concers. Duringf
be discussed at the conference. Thir- morning habits, that swollen and now strangely silent the week end the club will hold daily
ty of the country's leading educators, Whimsies staff will select the six or organ of speech? meetings and work-outs, prior to the
Including a number of college presi- eight most promising essays from the But onward, still onward presses the appearance Tuesday.
dents and deans, will be present. contributions and forward them to the caravan. And not until they shall The various groups within the or-
final judges. Arrangement has been hear the first note of the Wimple- ganisation are also holding special
Fire Causes Slight Damage made with three of the best known es- doodle yoddling its clear, lilting notes practices. Among these the VarsityI
Fire broke out at 110 S. Ingalls sayists in the country for final critic- from the spreading boughs of the Gum- Banjo quintet whose work at the re-
street Thursday evening in one of the ism on the essays. They are Agnes fufu tree will they know that this al- cent Band Bounce will be remember-;
students' rooms and did some damage Repplier, Samuel McChord Crothers most unendurable pilgrimage is at an ed, seems to promise to be the feature
before it was extinguished. The fire and David Grayson. . end. of the evening. Their part in the pro-
is said to have resulted from one of The essay receiving the most fav- And so with hope in their hearts gram, three varied numbers, will give
the students emptying his pipe in the orable comment will appear in the and sand in their eyes they press on, great opportunity for a display of ver-
waste paper basket. ,anuary issue of Whimsies. Other es- comforted by the knowledge that all satility.
says receiving favorable comment may things, even this terrible agony, must The Varsity quartette, singing a Bo-
appear in later numbers. The award come to an end. And an almost im- hemian folk song, a popular ballad,
Will Speak in Saginaw of $25 for the best essay has been con- perceptible flicker of hope appears in and a Michigan song, also have three
Paul G. Goebel, '23, and Viggo Nel- tributed by George Wahr. It is re- the red, i'nfiamed eyes of those ten numbers of different natures. The
son, '22, went to Saginaw this morn- quested that all manuscript .be type- neophytes as they approach closer to Midnight Sons quarette will give the
ing to speak there this afternoon at written and double spaced. the altar of Sphinx, where they will program the up-to-the-minute version
the 014er Boys' conference. The cor- The November issue of Whimsies, this afternoon, as the sun's last rays of harmony with their interpretations
ference consists of high school and which was to have appeared on the are being reflected in the Nile, learn of popular songs.
college students from all parts of the campus last week, was unavoidably for the first time the secrets of that The complete program will be print-
state. delayed and will come out next week. ageless monarch. ed later.

ith Each Number P
Afternoon Recital PiST En
cital, interpreted his varied numbers FI STEPS F N
with an easy skill and grace, combin-
ed with warmth of tone and apprecia
tion, that is not often encountered.
Opening with J. S. Bach's mighty
"Prelude in B minor", which was sx- MAKES INFORMAL SUGGESTION
ecuted with remarkable technique and TO DELEGATES AT CON-
appeal, the program ran through a FERENCE
group of two choral preludes which
fairly thrilled with tender expres-
sion, followed by the brief, powerful LIMITATIOlN OF ARMIES
"Praise God, Ye Faithful", by Diet- TEMPORARILY TABLED
ich Buxtehude.
There followed a series of well se- Naval Discussion Centers on Japans
lected numbers, such as the Adagio Plea for Modification of
from the cantata, "God's Way Is the Plan
Best Way", by J. S. Bach, which was
played with sympathetic tenderness. (By Associated Press)
The program closed fittingly with J Washington, Nov. 25. - President
S. Bach's "Fugue in G major" which Harding let it b known today that he
with its lilting, rollicking joyousness had taken the first steps toward inter-
and glorious harmony demonstrated national discussions which may lead
conclusively the possibilities of a mas- to an "association of nations."
erful fugue masterfully played. Conferences among the nations and
a year to consider whatever may men-
ace good understanding has been sug-
gested by the President informally to
some of the foreign delegates and their
TO ASSIT P19YIGHT replies are said to encourage a hope
that a permanent plan for consulta-
tion will receive world approval.
A representative of the motion pic- Is Personal Suggestion
ture producing company which has ar- L ing altepoetiof
ranged with The Daily for a Univer- Lacking all the properties of a
sity movie will be in Ann Arbor next formal proposal, the President's plan
Monday to confer with students who is declared to have been offered only
wish more specific instructions on the as a personal suggestion, without any
technical side of writing scenarios. hint as to details of its accomplish
Numerous requests for information ment. Whether a more formal ap-
have been received at the office of The proach to the subject will be taken
Daily within the last week on strictly before the end of the Washington con-
technical difficulties of writing motion ference remains to be seen.
picture plots and an opportunity will Within the conference itself definite
be given to all those interested to progress was made in both the Far
meet an experienced director. Eastern and naval negotiations and
It is planned to have a representa- Indications are at present that, al
tive of the company in Ann Arbor though the question of land armaments
continually from next week until the has been laid aside -for the present
picture is produced. Some locations without an attempt to agree on limit-
around Ann Arbor will be filmed in ation of armies some of the delegates
the near future and as soon as sat- hope later to translate the sentiment
isfactory scenarios can be worked out of the conference into a joint sepera-
the actual work of production will be tion of general policy.
started. Decision Withheld
The naval discussion centered for
the moment about Japan's recapitula-
tion of her present naval strength in
News of the Day connection with her hope of modifica-
tion of the."five-five-three" ratio of
IN BRIEF the American plan. Experts of the
British, French and Italian delega-
tions withheld their decisions, but the
Washington, Nov. 25.-The appoint- American advisers made known their
ment of the crown prince of Japan to convictions, reached after examination
the regency will not affect in any way of the Japanese matter, that'no change
Japan's policy at the conference, nor in the ratio was warranted .
will it have any effect upon the gen- Resuming the Far Eastern negotia-
eral policy of Japan as a state, in the tions, the delegation of the nine na-
opinion of Prince Tokugawa, presi- tions approved "in principle" China's
dent of the House of Peers and dele- plea for amelioration of the extra-
gate to the conference here. territorial rights now enjoined by the
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 25,-There is a
possibility, it was stated here today, MASQUES PRESENT
that Cornell will accept an invitation
from Pasadena to send her undefeat- VARIED PROGRAM
ed football1team to California to play
in the annual New Year's meet with Masques presented a varied pro-
the University of California as the gram yesterday afternoon at the Wo
opponent. It is understood that Cor- men's league party. Velma Carter, '24,
nell will not accept the invitation, impersonated the small boy who has
the season having officially closed just lost his front tooth, reading "The
with the game with the University of Lost Tooth"; Laurella Hollis, '24, told
Pennsylvania yesterday, an original fairy story; Elsie Town-
send, '22, recited "Biff Perkin's To
New York, -Nov. 25. - Twenty-two boggan Slide"; and Constance Bald-
hundred 'women, members of the New win, '23, gave "I Ain't Goin' to Cry no
York police reserves, were brushing More." Mildred Case, '22, accompanied
the lint off their new uniforms to- by Marjorie Poundstone, '24, Sch. of
night in anticipation of their first tour M., sang "The Star."
of duties. Rodman Wanamaker, spe- Following the program, refresh-
cial deputy police commissioner in ments were served and there was

charge of the reserves, issued a call dancing in the gymnasium. Universi-
for the 2,200 late today, directing ty women who live in Ann Arbor are
them to report next ,Monday for duty donating home made candy to be sold
as traffic officers. The order said they at the parties.
would have charge of all streets ad-
jacent to public school buildings in In 1897 the S. C. A. assisted more
the city's five boroughs. than 100 students to get work.
Tokio, Nov. 25. - A cabinet council
held yesterday, according to the news- TIME CHANGE
papers, resulted in a decision to in-
struct the Japanese delegates to the Time in Ann Arbor will be ad-
Washington conference to do their ut- vanced one hour at midnight to-
most to maintain a 70 per cent ratio vncedtneaordatcmithto
with regard to naval armaments. It night in accordance with the or-
appears to have been the attitude of, cil last Monday night. The
the ministers that less than a 70 per change is made in compliance
cent ratio would be insufficient for wihtesrequest omanca
the national defense. with the request of many local
business firms. The new act of
Bates Made CommissIoner T the council provides that the city
Dean H. M. Bates of the Law school use Eastern time throughout the
has been appointed by Gov. Alex. entire year.
Groesbeck to a membership on the All University classes will be-
board of commissioners for the pro- gin Monday morning on the new
motion of uniformity of legislation in , time.
the United States.

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