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In Berlin Goes Oklahoma Daily
Home To Report Praises Union
"Michigan Union Is University
Ideal", was one of the headlines in a
recent issue of the Oklahoma Daily.
The article that' followed was based
on a tour of a number of college un-
ions by Gene Faulkner and B. S
Grahiam. i
The two students were sent out by
the University of Oklahoma to col-
lect ideas for a proposedl union at
that university. A report which was
presented by Faulkner and Graham
to the executive committee and pres-I
dent of the university a few days
ago was outlined in the article-
It spoke of the Michigan Union as ,I
"big student community center", pro-
viding recreation and social activi-
ties,and a "meeting place for faculty,
alumni, former students, and resident
students of the University."
The visitors said that their first1
impression as they entered the U n
ior' was one of a large metropolitan
hotel. Faulkner and Graham spent
Kaszur M iatsubra, photographed in a whole day at the Union and were
NeW York conducted through the building' by
Kazur Matsubara, counsellor at the Homer 1Heath, the general manager,
Japanese embassy in Berlin, recently Mr. Heath also gave them figuresj
reached New York en route home tc concerning the size, financial phases'
Tokio to report to his government on and number of students served and

Paper and THaPggerty P11y Br lliani
Gaime; Varsity Falls t-) C1iwnt
Foul Shots
Old Gold downed Maize and Blue
for the second time this year when
the undefeated Hawkeye basketball
team last night fought its way to a
20 to 18 victory over a crippled Wol-
verine quintet. Michigan closed its
season fighting, with the ball in Iowa
territory as the final gun was fired,


Stanley Deserts
Pigskin For Pent.
Stanley N. Muirhead, '24, all-Con-
ference tackle, who is enrolled in De-
troit Junior College for this semes-
ter, is writing a series of articles con-
cerning the necessity of building up
college traditions, for the college pub-
lication, "The Collegian".
Muirhead, in his first article, says,
"It is the concensus of opinion among
the educators of our nation that arj
institution of learning must have
spirit if it is to be successful. But, it
must be clean spirit. It should be
the spirit that unites us in a common
cause, and encourages us to fight to
one end, incidentally enobling our-
selves and developing our finer qual-
ities. Our great nation is the result
of a wonderful spirit, determination

In the race of considerable opposi-
tion from several of the medical
schools represented, the report of the)
committee on curriculum of the Asso-
ciation of American Medical colleges
was accepted at the closing session of
the convention in the Union yesterday.
This report recommends a lowering in
the total number of hours of required.
work for medical students and an in-
crease in the elective and optional
studies to be placed at his disposal.
The report which was accepted ad-
vised the correlation of clinical and
pre-clinical subjects in the medical
curriculum and stressed the import-
ance of teaching hygiene and sanita-
tion. Other courses in preventive
medicine were also ui'ged for adoption
by member medical schools. The ac-
ceptance of the report was in the na-
ture of an amendment to the by-lawsI
of the association and is operative in
anl of the class A medihal schools

but without that last basket neces-
sary to tie' the count.
Almost from the outset of the game,

Hbbard and Captain Smith Star ,s1
Wolverines Roll IUp
48-20 Score

employed in the Union yearly. The the Wolverines outplayed the prob-
article spoke of the whole equipment able Big Ten champions, raining a)
as a "materialized dream that bids veritable fusilade of shots at the bas-
fair tobe the forerunner of many sim- ket and holding the Iowans to corn-,
ilar institutions." paratively few throws. It was the
inability of the Michigan team as a .
whole to find the vital spot in the
iron hoop and .the failure of Captain
Ely to register more than two free
throws out of eight attempts that cost
the Maize and Blue victory.
TL E1 awkeye Guard Stars ,
s M-NT The keen eye of Funk, Hlawkeye
_ guard, brought about 10 counters for j

and an intense burning desire to heir
his fellow men which characterized
Lincoln in his youth, and bore him
through the crisis of the Civil War
to the end that our Union was pre
"La4 year at the University of
Michigan I was chairman of a com-
mittee whose function it was tosuper-
vise generally the affairs of the 'un-
der classes, to help freshmen become
adjusted to the change that they had
just gone through, and see that none
of the sacred traditions were violated.
On the last score we had very little
trouble. Except for one or two pub-
licity seekers, we were hardly ever
bothered with tradition violaters. It
was desirable and natural for fresh-
men to observe Michigan's traditions."
iD 1011011TOIIPUT

which are members of the association. AT T TRegent Donor of Memorlial Library Iowa out of fourteen chances from th
Emerson Stresses StCAeuBR 'uties ALEhonredbOfoul line. Persistent fouling on the
Dean C. P. Emerson, of Indiana un- (Ah , STERRY BROWN'S MEN Io ored by 3luchian part of the Wolverines, who totalled
iversity, the retiring president, opened Year Book 13 offenses, gave the. Iowans the op- LUniversity Services Will Conclude
the me'tings yesterday with an ad- Michigan Agricultural college swim- p.--ortiuiity. thy needed to spell vic- Conventlon of Religious
! i1o1 'The Moral Qualifications mers fell before Coach W. Sterry LAST SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE t tory, and Funk availed himself of itSeeretries
of the Medical Student." He said that Brown's Wolverines for the second FOR ANNUAL HELD THIS WEK slipping the sphere through the ring
lnedieal students should be trained to time after time.
meiclstdnt hol b rand otime in the season yesterday after- ~-~~~tm fe ie STUDENT RELIGIOUS PROBL3IS
take public responsibilities in social Man for man, and as a unit, the .
service and public health work to a noon in the Michigan State Normal "The 1923 Michiganensian is dedi- Wolverines played splendid basket - CHIEF WORK OF DELEGATES
much greater degree than has been college pool at Ypsilanti. cated to William L. Clements, B.SI ball, the scintillating speed of Hag-
customary in the past. To accomplish Before a crowd estimated at 300 Regent of the University, donor 0 gerty, the brilliant rushes of Paper, Church delegates to the national
this he stated that medical faculties persons which packed every available -athe Clements Memorial library, recip. the terrific charging of Cappon, the convention of religious workers which
should be purged of teachers who do inch of space about the tank, thejlent of Michigan's gratitude" are the fighting dashes of Rice, the steady has been in session for the past three
tent ofk fMichigan'ss bautfulhgratitude"sio fo ahreatthee
not hold the idea of service and self- Maize and Blue water men tallied 4S floor work of Kipke, Birk's beautiful.
sacrifice foremost in mind. The stu- points leaving a meagre 20 to the lot words of dedication which will appear guarding, and Ely's flashes down the days at Lane hall will complete their
dent should be taught that questions of the Farmers. It was exactly the i in this year's University annual. floor combined all but to bring defeat work tonight with the special Sun-
reiating to his income should be sub- same score by which Michigan downed The year book has been dedicates to the great conquest of Iowa. Mich- day University service which will be
ordinate to the service which he rend- the Aggies earlier in the year, but to Regent Clements by the editors in igan's defeat in the last game of the held in Hill auditorium this evening.
trs. does not indicate the improvement in iecognition of his longcontinued and season is for the most part spelled ink
Regarding the acceptance of pre- ie attack of the Wolverines. . four letters-F-u-n-k. Although the The service tonight will mark the
medical credit from other schools, the 1 Only Two Firsts Lost I unusual service to the University. This brilliant Iowan was held to but one closing of the first convention of na
association adopted the rule that here- Michigan copped first places in all mark of appreciation has usually been basket his deadly accuracy from the tional church board secretaries ever
after only credentials from the ac- but two events, the 100 yard free style paid to a member of the faculty, and foul line brought realiztion to the held at a state University.
credited universities would be received and the fancy diving. In the former only in a few cases has it been ex- hopes of the Hawkeyes. The main work of the convention
by member colleges. In this connec- event Captain Smith, after lagging for , Iowa jumped away to the lead when T
tion, Dean William Rarrach, of Colum- J four laps, sprinted down the home tended to oneoutside these bounds Funk caged his initial free throw, and has been i taking up the problem of
bia university, said it was unsafe to stretch and passed Captain Noppen Regent Clements was born in 1861| brought the score to four points be- "student religion in the various schools
choose applicants on scholastic of M. A. C., winning by half a length, in this city. He was graduated from fore the Wolverines scored. Iowa add- of higher learning throughout the
grounds alone. He said that those stu- but was disqualified for alleged in- the University with the degree of B ed another and Paper caged onefrom country and in developing plans by
dents who have accomplished the most terference with the Aggie leader. ' . in 1882 He has been engaged in mid-floor bringing the score to 6 to chtry andki mayevelmrngelans-b
at Columbia university n the medical Whether Smith was swimming in the |!4. Iowa kept a slight lead until the w
school, and later as doctors, were o- Lansing man's lane or whether his manufacturing since 1887 at Bay City, introduction of Haggerty, substitut tively carried out. For this reason
ten those whose pre-medical work was opponent and he were sharing the and has been president of the Indus- ing for Rice. The brilliant Michigan I requent discussions with students
not of the best scholastic value. This center of the pool, is a moot question. j trial Workers since 1898. He is now forward slipped three miraculous bas- and faculty members have been held
is due to the fact that students have At any rate, although Smith was dis- president of the First National bank, kets through the ring before time was by the secretaries and general meet-
commonly carried on many other ac- qualified, he clearly demonstrated his nd the Bay Co. Savings bank at Bay called, with Paper and Ely adding ings called in which outsiders were
tiivties in their pre-medical career, superiority over the Farmer captain City a pair, while the best Iowa could do asked to give their opinions on th
he declared. Vaupre, Michi, was awarded second The library which bears his namea ws ring up four points on tosses by subject.
Omaha Chosen for Next Meet in this event. and of which he is the donor will Laude and Janse, which, added t sWbile in Ann Arbor the delegates
Omaha, Neb., was chosen as the next i When the results of the fancy diving contain a valuable collection of his- Funk's five successful free throws, have been entertained at the various
meeting place of the association at were tallied the standing was a dis- tory books for research. Its construc- brought the Hawkeye total to nine, fraternity and sorority houses and
yesterday's business meeting. Dr. Ir- appointment. Papenguth was award- tion was begun a little more than a Paper is Sensational have led groups there in discussions
ving S. Cutter, dean of the University ed second because the only one of year ago, and the approximate cost of With the opening of the second half of student religious work in the Uni-
of= Nebraska medical school, was chos- h-he uge h ae imbhn eragadteaprxmt oto
the three judges who rated him behind construction is placed at $175,000. Michigan started like the proverbial versity. The Student Christian asso-
en president for the coming year, and Kiefaber of M. A. C. placed him so A second drive for 'Ensian subsrip- house-afire, Ely caging a beautiful ciation, which is sponsoring the con-
Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, of Leland far behind that the advantage given tions will take place on Tuesday, field goal and following it with a shot ventin, has been co-operating with
danford unersity who is also pres- him by the two remaining judges was giednesday, and Thursday. This cam-- from the foul line, putting the Wol- the delegates in the work among the
ident of the Aleerican Medical associ- lost, Kiefaber winning by four points. Ig will be the last for the 1923 verines four points to the good. It students, special interest centering
r ration at te ovtiofwith m Mildner, Michigan, taking third annual, as the order for the books. looked for a time as though Iowa was about the proposed school of religion
registrati at the convention umbe - from Richmond, M. A. C must be placed directly following the a beaten team, but the Hawkeyes re- which may be founded in the Univer-
el 92 delegates from 5' different col- (Continued on Page Six) drive, covered from their seeming state of sity.
sothe ' leavetoday fOR !f-.coma and the count was knotted at 16 At 9:30 o'clock this morning and at
Most of thvsitorsdy all. It was at this point that Paper 5:30 o'clock this afternoon the dle-
Chicago, where they will attend the RDTRICK lWf put across one of the most sensa- gates will meet at the regular church
meetings of the council on education tional plays of the evening, ringing a services and guild meetings. At 7:30
of the American Medical association beautiful shot frnom 'far to the left of tonight Dr. Lynn Harold Hough of
tomorrow and Tuesday. ULIIILU IL mid-floor and putting Michigan two the Central Methodist church of De-
*T - ipoints in the lead. Funk added one troit, will give the address at the Uni-
"Evolution and the Dispersion of 1_more free throw and followed with versity Service in Hill auditorium.
the Dinosaurs" will be the topic of . his only basket making the score 19 This meeting will officially close the
(a public lecture to be given by Dr. New York, March 3-(By A. P.)-- to 18. A foul called on Captain Ely convention.
SWilliam Diller Matthew, curator of tI Universiy of Pensylvanias ethe Iowa star another chance and t t msAm nb n erklda. h ts sIAE
vetbaeaiasi h mrcnwell balanced team of track and field hemdgod WihtryscnstoMLT R SO I Y
I[Museum of Natural History at New stars tonight caPtured the second an- go Mather's men worked the ball deep
"(York city, at 8 o'clock tomorrow ev- nual indoor intercollegiate champion- into Iowa territory. Paper narrowly ACCEPTS TEN MEN
Application blanks for tickets to ening in the Natural Science audi- ship at the 22nd regiment armory. missed a long shot, followed it up, _
the Military ball will be given out torium under the auspices of the Zo- The winners amassed 29 points, 3 and was under the basket With the Ten men were initiated as charter
eology department. more than 'their nearest rival, Cor- ball in his hands and- two Iowa men
I -He will deliver two other lectures nell. rushing him when the final gun flash- members of Co. F, 4th regiment, of
nesday afternoons in the lobby of the of a more technical nature on the Harold Lever, University of Penn- ed. Scabbard and Blade, national honor-
Union. 1250 blanks will be distribut- general topic "The Evolution and Dis- sylvania flyer, set a new world's in- With the report of that shot four ary military fraternity, last night at
ed and of these 650 applications will person of Tertiary Animals" at 4:15! door record of 7.1 seconds for the 70 first string players completed their the Union. Eight active members and
be accepted. r r'clock Monday and Wednesday af, yard dash. Lever vanquished J. A. years of basketball service at Michi- wo honorary members were taken
Blanks should. be returned to thec ternoons in room 214 of the Natural Leconey of Lafayette, intercollegiate' gn. Captain Ely, Rice, Paper, and
Military Ball committee, 1325 Wash- Science building. The afternoon talks champion, in lowering the former Cappon will not wear' a Wolverine in.
p n intended nrimarily for sneinI, court uniform again. The active members initiated were:

..(Special to The Daily) .
Champaign, Ill., March 3 - (By A.
P.)-Of the 600 athletes gathered here
for the Illinois Relay carnival from
47 schools of the Middle West, the
Michigan entrants were the outstand--
ing performers. Three of the 10 rec-
ords broken o' tied in the meet were
created by Wolverines, who in all
captured four firsts in the special
events. The thre.e Wolverine relay
quartettes failed, however, to show
superiority in their races.
r De Hart Hubbard of Michigan cap
tred individual honors at the. Car-
nivalby breaking the broad jump-
record of Gilfillen of Notre Dame at
33 feet, 3 1-4 inches and by taking
seconds in -both hurdles. The Wolver-
ine leaped 23 feet, 3-4 inches for his
record, after running in both the
hurdles. Johnson of Illinois was
forced to equal the carnlval mark oi
Howard Birks, '24E ' :09 3-5 seconds to defeat Hubbard in
the high hurdles..
Howard M. Birks, '24E, member of By putting the shot 43 feet, 14
the Varsity basketball team for two inches, Van Orden bettered the pre-
years, who last night was elected ious relay mark by two feet and one
captain of the 1924 court team. Birks inch, and took another first for Mich-
played substitute guard the first part igan. -lindes, the secnd Welv r"e
of the 1921-22 season, his first year ent'ant, failed to show in the weight
of competition, and this year filled the event.
forward hole left by the ineligibility Reinke hung up the third CarnivaL
of Miller record for Michigan when he stepped
-_ er the 1,000 yard run ih 2 minutes, 19
4-5 seconds, after competing in the
two mile relay. lhattendof -finished
YESTERDA Y IN fourth to Reinke.
Brooker came within an Inch -of
WASHINGTON shattering the Carnival record, when
he vaulted 12 feet 8 1- inches. In
going this height, he surpassed all his
The senate created a commission previous performances and defeated
of five to investigate conditions in Earl McKown of Xans.s State Nor-
the gold and silver industry during mal, who holds the World's Indoor
the recess. record. -
The records of thelMichigan per-
formers were even rfire ltrtltng,
Cyrus E. Woods, now antbassador to fresWr vnmr t&tlg
Spain, was nominated ambassador to because it was their fias. appearance
Japan and A P. Moore of Pittsburghon a cinder track. In spite' f this
o P g 'handicap, the Wolverines scored In
was named ambassador to Spain. eight of the ten events in which they
--- had men entered.
Senator Gals of Virginia declined Illinois sprang a surprise in the
membership on the world war debt four mile relay by defeating Michi-
funding commission. Senator Sim- gan, the favorite, in slow time. Michi-
mons of North Carolina was nominat- gan's- placing fourth in the two mile
ed in his stead . was also unexpected, as the Maize and
Blue team was figured to give the
Congress with its decks cleared of Anes quartette a stiffer race.
ntajor matters plowed through the ELAY EVENT
records of numerous minor bills.
Summary of event~s follows:
Attorney General Daugherty order- Four uile University reay-Won by
ed a final decree for separation of the Illinois (Hall, Scott, Marvulo, Wells-);
Lehigh Valley Railroad company second, Michigan; third, Wisconsin;
from its subsidiary field in the U. fourth, Chicago. Time--S minutes,
S. district court in New .York. 31 2-5 seconds.
Two mile University relay-Won by
The senate voted 29 to 24 against I Aes (Holcomb, Hamnmerly, M -cIn
- proceeding with the consideration of a tyre), Wolters); second, Wisconsin;
a resolution by Senator King, Dem- third, Kansas; fourth, Michigan.
ocrat, Utah, to grant authority to the Time-8 minutes, 6 1-5 seconds.
.President for participation in the p Two mile University medley relay--
S. court of justice. Won by Nebraska (Gardner, Allen,
Layton, Smith); second, Notre -Dame;
third, Purdue; fourth, Iowa. Time -
o8 minutes, 24 2-5 second.
SOLOISTS-TO APPEAR OOne mile University relay-Won by
'Iowa (Morrow, Noll, Brookins, Wil-
son); second, Chicago; third, I1- -
OGnois; fourth, Notre Dame. Time -
3 minutes, 26 seconds. (New' Carnl-
Offerings for the Faculty concert val record.)
which will be given at 4:15 o'clock Spepclal -Events
this afternoon in Hill auditorium in- 75 yard dash-Won by Ayres, ll1-
elude solos by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel nois; second, Brookns, Iowa; third,
P Lockwood, Miss Marion B. Struble, Barr, Notre Dame; fourth,- Spet,
and Mr. W. H. Grant, who will present Wiscinsin. Time-:07 3-5.
Beethoven's string quartette in A ma- 1,500 metre run-Won by Krogh,
jor Opus 18, number 5. Mr. Alber Chicago; second, Dalton, Eariham;
Lockwood will accompany at the pi- third, Cippen, Northwestern; fourth
ano in the performance of Schumann's Whr, Mr ue tte te 4 mrn
quintette in E flat major. Webber, Marquette. Tlme-4 mi -
Mr. and Mrs, William Wheeler will (Continued on PageSix)
sing three duets by Schumann; "Ini
ITe Woods," "At the Bedside s of a
Sick Child", "Country Song". Mrs.s wCOST ATHLETES 001T
George B. Rhead will accontpany a
the piano. Admission will be compli- - - -

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