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ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1923'

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OEWilson May Back
Former Justice Ii NIVERSITY HEADS
ERNB _For 1924 Race ASKEOTOLANSING
NATI~ MEEIGOIII

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B UitrTON, SMITH, ANI tEGEN TS TO'
AID WAYS AND EANS I
COMMITTEE
MAJOR ITY OF MFMBERS
FAVOR PRESENT BILL
Flood o fmeasures Will NecessitateI
Late Consideration of
Appropriation
Representatives of the University
administration, including President
Marion L. Burton, Secretary Shirley

DANCERS TODDLE ACROSS I
STATES FOR NEW RECORDI
New York, April 16-(By A.P.)
--New York's eight one-stepping
non-stoppers who had danced
their way from this state to New
Jersey and back again in an at-
tempt to set a new dance endur- 1
ance record started a jazz tour-
ney to Connecticut tonight.
Threatened by police here lastj
night they foxcrossed into a
moving van where a phonograph I
furnished music while they 1
crossed the Hudson to Fort Lee,
N. J. They shuffled peacefully
there until this afternoon then
the police invited them to leave
and they toddled back to their
portable dance hall and started
for some where in Connecticut. I
Dance hall officials said they had
no intimation of their probable
destination.
MUS'T REGISTER.
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YOST , CK AFTER
IMONTH'S TO UR0OF
WESTERN C ITIES~
RETURNS FRIDAY FROI SPEAK-
ING TRIP AMONG ALUMNI
GATHERINGS
ADDRESSES 23,000 IN
PACIFIC COAST JAUNT
Sentbieut Throughout West Favorsj
Naming of Field House After
Coaelh
Coach Fielding H. Yost returned
to Ann Arbor last Friday morning
after a western trip lasting a month
and 'taking in most of the cities ofG
prominence from here to the, Pacific

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.31. BROWN,
SWEET, '2:3,
VICTIMS

Mentor Returns
From Coast Trip

BOTH MENPIPR
IN CAMPUS
Sweet Crawls from
to Aid Wont
Second :1

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pecial to The Daily)
ti, April 16.-Michigan lost
ame of her Southern train
when she went down to a
at the hands of the Univer-
icinnati nine here today.
e was lost by errors on the
ichigan players at crucial
he game after the bases had
by poor pitching. Three
moundsmen were used dur-.
ontest, all of them failing I
Le Cincy attack. Eight hits
ted to Michigan against five
nati but failure to bunch
the Maize and Blue the
Uteritz started things go-
higan's half of the first with
gle and Harry K'ipke gave j
.wo markers wheni he hit a;
it, Uteritz crossing the plate
im. Cincinnati cane back
the second and pushed
r runs when Benson be-1
ng wild balls. Baker went
f pitcher. Uteritz garnered I
to for Michigan in the third
he count to 4-3. Another
r Cincinnati in the sixthj
a pair of runs in the eighth
me on' ice for the Buckeye
ok the Wolverine batting
the day when he made two
it of four trips to the plate.
e other Michigan players'
be in a slump, no other
f the team being able to
re than one safe crack atf
The infield appeared .to be
'king order and five errors

Ex-Justice John Hessin Clarke
Though former President Wilson has
not openly come out in behalf of form-
er Supreme Court Justice Clarke as
the Democratic presidential candidate
in 1924 it is believed he will support
the jurist. Clarke. named to the su-
preme bench by Wilson, resigned toc
Work for the League of Nations, thei
"apple" of Wilson's eye..
SCONCERT THU RSOAY
To Present Annual ProgramI Follow-'
iu Weeks Tour of State
Cities
THREE SOLOISTS WILL AID
MEMBERS IN PERFORMANCE
A home concert will be given by
the University Concert band that has±
just coipleted a tour of the leading
cities of the state, in Mill auditorium
Thursday night. The band'wil play
the, same program with:.which they
entertained on the state trip.
The Concert. band is coniposed of
60 members of athe regular varsity
band selected to make the trip. They
will present a varied program coin-
posed of 15 popular and classical
numbers. ,The program will open
with "The Victors" and close with
"The Yellow, and the Blue".
The same soloists that traveled with
the band will again appear in the
home concert. Frank Ryan, S. of M.,
lyric tenor, will be the vocal soloist,
on the program. He will sing a group
of Michigan songs. as well; as some
classical numbers. Burton Hyde, '25
Il, will appear with a number of'selec-I
tions on his marimbaphone and Har-
ry Gould, '23, will give an eccentric
dance. -
Direction of the concert will be in
the hands of Captain Wilfred Wilson,.,
director of the 'band, who has been
responsible for the conducting of the
concerts for the entire tour.
'The concert Friday will be the sec-
ond concert of this nature given at
Michigan, a. this is the second tour
ever made 13y the ,and. Last year'sl
tour was of 'a similar nature to that
this year, including a number of the
cities throughout the' state.
ITickets for the Thursday concert
will not be sold on the campus, but
will be distributed entirely through
sale- in the 'bookstores. They will be
placed on sale tomorrow.

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W. Smith, and several members of thet
Board of Regents have been asked to
go to Lansing tonight, when the ways
and means committee of the house of
represeptatives will consider the Uni-
versity appropriation bill.
According to reports about the state
building during the past week, this
committee is, in the majority, in fav-

or of the
as it now

building appropriation bill Special Election of Council MeIbers
+.md ith Rnn ma~tPto be Held April 25; Spring;

bUMIM3 WILII appl-OXIMULely

$2,200,000 cut from the original re-1
quest of $7,277,000 ,or with anotherj
srll cut. At least three members
of the committee favor further heavy

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Ballot May 2
4)IWANIZATION NOMINATIONS
MUST BE SENT IN BY FPUDAY

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When the bill is reported out by Following the custom estalilished
the ways and means committee it last year, all students on the cam-
nwast be ready for approval or revi-
sion by other legislative committees pus will be required to register Thurs-
and consideration by the two houses. day before they will be allowed to'
It will probably not appear for vote vote at the spring elections to be held
until near the end of the session. At April 25 and May .2.
present the house is working until Booths for this purpose will be plac-
Ia e every night in an elfori to clearI ed
" at various points on the campus,
up the flood of bills that has nearly e for a olegt and ,school of
sa ed proceedings in the last few each college
crekswp e i e e the University, and will be supervis-
____s._ed by the class officers. Either the
athletic coupon book or the treasur-
l er's receipt must be brought to the
booth as an identification.
In accordance with the new form
of student government which has been
TO UuNSIDL E XTNSION' adopted, a special election will be
held April 25 to elect the nine men-
DELEGATES MEETING TODAY TO bers of the Student council for next'
OUTLINE WORK AMONG year, in addition to the general elec-
HIGH SCHOOLS tions on May 2. There will be only
one registration for both elections,
Extension of the work of the Y. . The nominees for this special elec-
C. A. among boys is to be consideredjt'on will be chosen by a nominating
at the state convention of that organ- comnmittee named by the present
iati tehCouncil at its last meeting before
izatlon to be held n Grand Rapids, vacation, and consisting of three Coun-
today _d tomorrow._
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coast.
Accompanied on the tour by his wifeI
and son, Coach Yost addressed num-
erous alumni associations through- Coach'ielding It. Yost
out the country and delivered many The Wolverine mentor returned last
talks before high school and college Friday from a speaking tour of the
gatherings, Everywhere he 'went be leading cities of the west. The. coach
gatherings. Evewhere h'wents ne addressed 23,000 people'on his trip in-
was greeted with great enthusiasm and cluding alumni groups, college gather-
was accorded' a splendid reception.
On the foul weeks' jaunt Yost talk- ings, and high school students. _Ban-
ed to 23,000 people, three-quarters of quets were gen i his honor at most
which were high school boys and of theprinciple cities.
I girls. He told the later of the bene-
fits of cooperation and loyalty and
the lessons in these to be learned on
the athletic field. When speaking to
the older groups the coach discussed
the advantages of intercollegiate coin-
petition, emphasizing theD fact that
properly conducted athletics develop
the body anid lay tihe foundation for
good character' and success. Fiance Committee Buries Resolution
His itinerary .included St. Louis, of Senator Whitely Against
Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Berke-. Merger of Schools
Iey, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle,
and Spokane where the "Old Man" LOBBYING FAILS TO EFFECT
was the guest of honor at banquet af- PUSHiNG THROUGH OF MEASURE
ter banquet. In every city the local
alumni association came out in full Homoeopathy as a separate institu-
force: to pay homage 'to Michigan's tion in 'the University became a dead
gridiron leader. Wherever he went issue in the state senate when Sena-
he was loudly.applauded and cheered tor Eldredl of the finance committeej
by the ligh school students whom 'he announced last' Tuesday that the
addressed. Whiteley resolution would remain
Sentiment favoring the' naming of buried in committee.
Sthe ;nw field house after Yost was The resolution introduced by Sen-
Slevidenced. by the attitude of individ- ator Harry Whitely of Dowagiac pro-I
ual alninni all through the West. While posed to reverse the action taken in
no resolutions were adopted at the 1919 and re-establish a separate school
meetings Yost attended, there was one of homoeopathy, abolishing the pres-
passed by the Alumni association of ent merger.system.
Southern California on March 30, af- The movement fora separate school
f"61.Tflipovement ftr a loftr__ Uscc.. .

Sheldon M. BDrown, '23, wa
ly killed, and George R. S
died as the result of an a
accident which occurred last
day afternoon near Monroev
Funeral services were held
men Sunday. afternoon in
spective homes in Dubois,
Battle Creek.
At the time the accident
Brown was driving in a Ford
toward Cleveland. Travellin
moderate rate of speed, lie
to pass a Willys-Knight coup
of him, which was driven by
'Whether Brown cut in too
whether the car behind hin
up has not been determined
Iwheels of the two cars loci
students' car was swung arc
Brown and Sweet were thi
the road, where the other c
over them.
Sweet Asks for 'Brow
Brown was instantly 1k111e
crash. Sweet, however, was
scious, and dragged himself
wreckage of his car to look
occupants of the other mac
found the woman who had
ing lying near the. car, and

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y's game was the last of seven
it contests in the last ten' days,
is to which the Wolverine team
«ly been on the diamond for al
drill, and the poor condition
players in today's game was a
J result of the unusual strain
has been made upon them.
Box Score
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ginning to revive. Sweet asi
were hurt badly, and assist<
a more comfortable position.
done this he himself collaps
cars then arrived at the sce
accident, and Sweet, with I
pants of the other car, 'was
the "hospital in MAneville.,l
est town. Brown was ta
orwalk hospital.
. Sweet retained complete c
ness up to the time of his d
hours later. He, kept askir
"Brownie", whomhe believ
still alive, and asserting tha
self would be all right in a
Word of the accident was
ately sent to'the parents of
Mrs. B. D. Johnson, of Du
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Swe
tle Creek. Wor d was also
Cleveland members of the S
! pha Epsilon fraternity, pf w
the boys were members.
Fraternity Brothers at i

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Uteritz, ss.........
Kipke, cf ..........
Haggerty, 2b.....
Knode, lb ..........
Coleman, rf.....
Klein, If ...........
Paper, 3b........
Blott, c ............
Benson, p........
Baker, p.........
O'Hara, p .........

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NCINNAT
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Totals....

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Michigan .
Cincinnati.
Summary
home runs,
lice hit, Ba
double Dla

icore by InningsI
..2 0 1 0 0 0'0'00-3
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y-3 base hit, Wichoff;
Kipke, 'Roenbordt; sacri-
ker; stolen base, Uteritz;
ys, Hines to Houston 2,1
Eaggerty; innings pitched,'
with 3 runs and 9 hits; by
-3 with 4 runs and 2 hits;
1 2-3 with 1 run and 1 hit;
3 with 2 runs and 3 hits;
by Roth 5, by Benson 1, by
'Hara 2.; bases on bals off
Roth 4, O'Hara 2; hit by
Ath 1.

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Cher,

'cnhsylvania Trustee
pril 16--(By A.P.)-
of the'class of 1873.
ed chairman of the
es of the University

s today
ard of '
Pennsyly

OPERA CHORUSTRO- U
WIL BEIN TOORROW
First and final, tryouts for all chor-
us parts in the. .next annual Unionl
Opera will be held tomorrow, Thurs-
day, and Friday at the Mimes theater.
Afternoon tryouts will' take place from
4 to 5:30 o'clock and eyening tryouts
from 7:30 to 9:30' o'clock.
Men whose' height is. from five feet
two inhehs to five feet six inches,' and
who wish to try out for parts in the
women's chorus will do so tomorrow.a
Those who wish to try out for the
same choris, and whose height is
from five feet -six inches to five feetl
eight inches will do so Thursday.
Men whose height ranges from five
feet nine inches to five feet eleven
inches may try out for the men's chor-
us Friday.
All tryouts will be made by dancing
under the direction of E. Mortimer
Shuter, Union dramatics director. No
individual tryouts will be made for
the next Opera, the only opportunity

mnembers ana tnree other. stuaents. lei thie coach hiad left on his return '
Y. M. C. A. officials throughout the rwas sponsored
state deem the work with boys of high This committee will choose 18 men trip. At a Los Angees meeting the society of Mic
schol ae an yonge, on ofthesonic time this week, who will be vot-. proposition was. adopted without aYomn ad
nistcho ortant yfuntion of tof as- ed on for next year's Council. Of the single dissenting vote. Y oa S.
nine men to be elected, six will be While on the coast Yost visited Le- y .
sociationl. There are 67 H'i-Y clubs in i1 was lobbied foa
Michigan, but many of these are suf- seniors and three will be juniors, next land Stanford university and Lowell to a hearing
1ferigng from lack of leadership. The year. High school at San Francisco, at both bers of the, l
organization of knew aHi-Y clubs, and From the nine men elected, the re- of which lie was coach before he cameAtsat tie
the rejuvenation of those already es- tiring Council will select two as nom- to Michigan. Banqueting with hin1 At that time
tabhedr u isone of the prblems be- inees for president of next year's -were former Stanford and high school small group
fore the convention. p Council These two men will be voted Ifotbiall stars whom he had coached.h
- ' isliment, and
' There are .28n ;M. C. A. camps in on at ti general election May 2, whichs ,
IMichigai which were attcnded last will also include the election of all senate and hou
year by 2,428 boys. The largest of the other campus officers.. on the issues
these is camp Hay-went-Haron Old Friday of this we'ek is the last day M Uedi hNs "ty c"'
Torch Lake. At this camp there were for the acceptance of nominations by s aidter o the
boys last year. Here the boy is organized candidates for the general M U SICIA N S' thpuposo
given the opportunity to learn swim- elections, and April 25 is the last day the purpose
ing, rowing, baseball, tennis, and for nomination by petition for any --;Regents to e
other sports, as well as photography, office.Mine. Clemens' Thir4 Recitol The rider car
first-aid, life-saving, nature-study, - Ossip Gabrilowitech united his mus- hodl bildin
Daily clases in Bibleustud ae also I bV Iical genius with that of his wife, not separately
held. Madame Clara Clemens, in the thirdt
The convention will complete plans concert of her historic song cycle
for the expansion of the work at this I UU UGs uMvPor [INiCu IL8 last night and his exquisite accom-
and the other camps, and will also
dwell upon the work which may be - ! paniments greatly enhanced 1her nota- S~
ne amongboysinrth'local asso' ST1A1E INDUSTRIES TNS'PECTED bly beautiful siging. Madame Cle-
don aongbos i te lca aso-IN T TUR1 OF CE'NTRAL T 1
ciations. TO[R OF melns has never before appeared here
when her noble voice and distinguish- j The concert
. MUSIC HEAD HONORED Students from China, Japan, In- ed artistry were disclosed to better gave five con
d mciadvantage ,and a program composed state during
George Oscar Bowen, director of' lar eyoff Schubert's master songs first of these
music in the public schools and head were among the 20 members of the were a perfect vehicle for the per- Battle Creek,
of the public school music depart- Cosmopolitan club who went through fornance. An audience which crowd- in Muskegon
ment of tie School of Music was elect- the industries of Battle Creek, Kala- ed Pattengill auditorium was gener- . day, and Frida
ed one of the vice presidents of the mazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and ous with tributes of applause and Rapids, Kala
n uospectively.
national Music Supervisors associa- Flint, during the past week, under the compelled he'r to repeat two of the its members a
tion which met last week in Cleve- the oststrikingsnumbers. w dl reand . I
land and W. 0. MGessner of the Mil- leadership .of Carleton Wells of tthei mnies received. In
ladadW .Msnro h i-rhetoric department. "I~m Grabe Anselinos" was deliveredi and Kalamazoo
w iaukee State Normal school was ' htrcdeatet
IAkee st 'o thascio n, In Battle Creek, the students were iith ''poignantly .affecting pathos. out in advanc
and I es.Damn of toellssass, taken through the Kellogg Toasted while "Deu Bist Die Rub", "Gretchen 'When in La
and Inez F. Damon of Lowell, Mass.' Corn Flakes Co., the Postum Cereal ' Am Spiunrade" and "Die Alimacht" before the joi
was chosen the other vice president. E Co., the Battle Creed Sanitariuni, tie which followed revealed the singer at lature, as wel
In addition to his work i the pub- Duplex Printing Co., and were shown the zenith of her powers vocally and ly scheduled
lie schools, Mr. Bowen is the direc- the private art gallery of the late C. (Continued on Page Two) one of the fi
toy of the University Glee clubs, . Ps ' ' ' ' of the band
. In Kalamazoo, they were present their concertt
GOPHER DAILY REVIVED at the exercises at both the Kalama- I.AfflI TOlHIP RI 'fl ,
zoo Normal, and Kalamazoo college. "".l 'U ' ' ' I ' WiLL Hi
i Publication of the Minnesota Daily, They were taken through several lo-
which was suspended last January, cal factories, including the Kalamazoo 1"Big Men on the Campus" will be
'Stove Co. Sigma Delta
was resumed last week. The paper Gsx made the subject of Gargoyle satire
I a icniudi nefr obig Grand Rapids was the next city ivis- sional journal
as discontinued an effort to brin ted. Here trips were made through in the issue of that publication that :eet at 4 o'c
about a blan'ket tax proposition re- iie.Hcetiswr aetruh ilapa ntecmu h atrme t4' l
I - xthe Berkey and Gay Furniture Co., will appear on the campus the latter in the Union.
quiring every student to pay 50 cents h part of this week. Cartoons and writ-
the Grand Rapids Tire Rubber Co.,~ banquet et, whit
each quarter towards the Daily. The and the filtration plant. ten comment work together in plac- evening of M
campaign was successful, and publi-sd .. ing the B. M. 0. C. in the public lime- at tis time.
Presidlent David M. Friday of M I.A. tti ii
cation was resumed after 6,000 stu- C went with the group when they Ight. been assigned
dents had' signed the petitions. The v itednih the gca s of that institution One of the principal features of the petted to atte

pressure in botli the Mrs. Johnson arrived at '
fuse was brought to bear and Mr. and Mrs. Sweet ar
Senator Whiteley intro- Monroeville Thursday morni
"ution and the i"ver- the bodies were taken home "
e in the house attached afternoon. Funeral service
Sappropriationbill0 orI held simultaneously in Dub
of forcing the Board of Battle Creek, half of the actin
effect re-establishmrnentigan chapter of Sigma Alpha
ried a threat of cutting attendinging one funeral and
or the new Medical the other.
ig if Homoeopathy was Brown and Sweet were bot
re-instated. in campus affairs. Brown was
her of Michigamua, Sphinx,
I Delta Epsilon, all honorary s
was chairman of the costume
tee of the Union Opera, "Mal
T ONaERT TO OIIthis year's=Michiganensian. S
addition to being president
band of the University Boosters' club, was a membe
ncerts throughout the nerous Union committees, i
spring vacation. The the musical and social commi
was given Monday, in
Tuesday's concert was
and Wednesday, Thurs- SONSA tt
ay they played in Grand Ian nKET
nazoo, anoI Lansing re-'
Vierever the band went, Architects' May Party ticlk
ad its music were el .be sold from 1 to 5 o'clock tha
two places, Mluskegon:
'o, the houses were' sold noon and tomorrow afternoo
e. main lobby of the Union. Tli
ansing, the band played to the formal dance, which
nt session of the legis- held May 11 in Barbour gyn
1 as giving the regular- y
performance. In each will cost $5.50 each.
ve cities, the members . Two hundred and fifty app
were entertained after for tickets were accepted, a
at a dance. those who have these card:
ceptance to present will have
[OLD MEETING ilee of buying tickets.
lhe order of accepting th
% gave first preference to arch
a Chi, national profes- umni and second choiceto
listic fraternity, will architects. The applications
lock Thursday afternoon er students than those of
Plans for the gridiron ! ture were considered accor
ch will be held on the their years spent on the can
av 1 will be discussed

( by the Homnoeopathic
chigan led'by Dr. G. T.
supported by Senator
loud of New York, and
ir several days previous
given before the mem-
egislature on March 28.
it was apparent that a
in the legislature were
vement for tie re-estab-

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Stop!

Look!!

Now that you have had a rest
and are back to finish up with
the old Bang that has made so-
many men famous, begin the last
lap right by reading the classi-
fieds every day and by calling

All persons who have
d parts in skits are ex-
end this meeting.

VOLCANO I

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