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ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1923

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DAILY TO PUBLISH EXTRA
FOR WISCONSIN GAIE TODAY,
The Daily will publish a base-
ball extra thisafternooni im-
niedi ately following the Close of
the Michigan-Wisconsin base-
ball game. It will contain play
by play account of the baseball
game, partial returns from the
Tenn Relays, and early returns
of the Drake Relays.

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Following is a copy of fihe All.campus halioI as it will appear Tues-
day' when students ivill select l eders in activities for the coming year.

THE CAMPUS BALLOT

STUDENT COUNCIL
(All men vote)
P1IESIDENT
Jack Kelly
W alter K. Scherer

Norm awn'h3>. Jolii oui
K~eiert S&raumb

FIVE WOLVHERINES
QUAILIFIN DRAKEl1L
PROSSER, LAN DOW SKI, WELLVEN
8XITH AND VAN ORDEN
SUCESSFUL
HUBBARD PROVS STAR
IN PENNSYLVANIA MEET;

Leads Wolverines'
Against Badgers

WOL ERINES SET
FORBADERSCRI
THIS AFTERNOI
1IAGGERTY WILL BE RELIE
AT THIRD BY
DILLMAN .
WISCONSIN LINEUP TO
SHOW GALAXY OF STA
ivlliamls Injured; Johnson Favors
Take Opposing
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Wonder.

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Senator Watkiri' , Indiana, Upholds
National Party Policy on
Non-mivolutioni
SAYS EUROPEAN ChANGES
WARN AGAINST ALLIANCE

UNION
(All men vote)
PRESIDENT
L. Perkins Bull
L'wrence E. Dooge
James E. Duffy
.phn P. Lawton
Thomas J. Lynch
RECORDING SECRETARY
Thomas Cavanaugh
. Willim B. halley
Edward C. ,3ea der
henry II. lubbard

ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
(Entire campus vote)
PRESIDENT
Donald O. Cook
J. K. Dunn
K. F. Clardy

VICE ,PREIDENT
Lyman J. Glasgow
Norman B. Johnson

Michigan Man Clears 48 Feet
Three-Quarter Inches in
Step and Jump

Ten and
Hop,

Joseph EpsteinI
Dazling! Wonderful!
with military glory! The
Military ball last night
ous spectacle. The two
thrown together into one

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ige and attractive ballroom, were
rvaded by a distinct military atmo-
>here.
There was the sound of a bugle and
e dancers were summoned to the
rmation of the grand mrch. Exe-
ted in strict miiltary fashion and
rformed to the tune of "The Stars
id the Stripes Forever," the 700
uples swung into line with an im-
essive precision. Parading the en-
e length of Waterman gymnasium
squad formation, the orchestra
'uck up "The Victors" as the lines
ew larger. Ever increasing in size
e ranks finally expanded so as toM
cupy the entire width of the build-
g and, led by the Military Ball com-
ttee, with Gordon Gale, '24L, as
mmander, the ceremony was con-
ided to the stirring strains of

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done to produce a
>r the ball, the bril-
-ns of the dancers
the army khaki,
rmal black, blended
the luxuriance of

The large dance floor was topped
With hundreds of flags of the Allies.'
The walls of the gymnasium were
hidden by an attractive blue, while'
great gold streamers floated across
the ceiling. The sides of Waterman
booths, named afterthe Allied na-
'ymnasium were partitioned into!
tions, V. F.,W., R. 0. T. C., U. of M.,
Red Cross, "Y. M. C. A., Salvation
Army, and othersj
Three-Orchestras Play1
Three prominent orchestras, on in-
fividual latticed platforms, nearlys
hidden from view by hosts of palms,
furnished continuous music through-
out the evening In Waterman Husted
and Sorrestino's and Finsel's, Society
orchestra of Detroit held sway, while
in the smaller building Booth's local
orchestra played at intervals during

Pittsburgh, April 27 (By A. P.)-
The Republican party, committed to
a policy of non-involution in the dis-
pute of Europe, will not permit it-
self to be seriously divided over the
World Court issue, in the opinion of
Senator James E. Watkins of Indiana,
one of the party leaders, as expressed
tonight in an address before the Re-
publican American club of Pitts-
burgh.
The Indiana senator did not go
into details as to his own attitude to-
ward American memberhsip in the
court but he declared recent develop-
ments abroad has given "fresh warn-
ing to us to hold ourselves aloof" ,to
r European quarrels. The nation can
best serve the world he said, by keep-
ing free of all entangling alliances
and independent of .all foreign in-
volvements.
Without referring directly to un-
equivocal stands for American mem-
bership taken by President Harding,
Senator Watkins quoted from an-
other position' of the president's ad-
dress in.which it was declared that
our problem at home invariably calls
for first consideration and that the
world court question should not be
made paramount to others concern-
ing the federal government.
DESIRE LIST OF ROOM
FOR VISITING FATHERS
Rooms for the fathers who will
visit Ann Arbor on Fathers' Day, Mayj
f 11 and 12, .are urgently needed ac-
cording to those in charge of the
housing bureau of the. Union. The
great influx of fathers from all over
the state and from all sections of the
country will necessitate a great sup-
ply of rooms for the two days.
Rooms also will be needed during
the week of the May Festival when
a large crowd of people will visit
Ann Arbor.
All landladies who have rooms
which they desire to rent for these
periods should leave their names with
the operator of the Union. About
200 rooms will be needed and it ks
imperative that the rooms be listed
as soon as possible. Fathers will re-
ceive references to the residences at
the Union desk as soon as they ar-
rive.
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Adelphi Wins Cup
From Alpha Nu In
Freshman Debate'
Basing their arguments chiefly up-
on the evils of the present conven-
tion system, the freshman team of
the Adelphi debating society defeated

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(Vote for your department only)
LITERA IVY VICE PIlESIDENT
Harry C. Clark
James Dresbach
Edward C. Stark
Donald W. Steketee
ENGINEERING VICE PRESIDENT
C. A. Campbell
William C. Kratz
LAW VICE PRESIDENT'
Steward I. Boyer
Bowen E. Schumacher,
II)I C VICE PRESIDENT
Howard B. Hoff nan
Carleton B. Pierce
COBINED VICE PRESIDENT
William P. Henderson
Gilbert C. Ely
STUDEN1 CIUIISTIAN ASSOCIA.
TION
(All male church members vote)
PRESIDENT

('lThreet
BOARD)
1(Thhreet

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SECRETARY (Special to The Daily)
Frieda Dlekhoff Des Moines, Iowa, April 27-All fiveI
Bla> che Kynast Michigan men entered in the special;
events of the intercollegiate Drake
Relays here qualified in the opening
TREASURER - rounds of competition that were run
Frank H. Backstroin off this afternoon. Prosser qualified
Eduiard C. Prophet for the finals in the pole vault with-
14leap of 11 feet G inches together
ARD IN CONTROL OF with seven other entries.
ATHLETICS Both of the Michigan entries in the;
high jump qualified when Smith and!
to be elected. Entire Campus MacEllven, the two Wolverine men
vote) in this event, cleared the bar at 5!
Tgbert Ii. Isbell feet 11 inches. Landowski qualified
Raymnond Armidt in the javelin throw when he hurled
3.1. B. Stahl the wand a distance of 172 feet 9 3-4
William II. Nerner inches. VanOrden was successful in
Stewart R. Boyer the shot put qualifying rounds, but;
Kenneth Kerr failed to place in the discuss throw
with a heavl of 115 feet.
IN CONTROL OF STUDENT Platt Breaks Record
PUBLICATIONS L . A. Platt, Denver university, was
t etd.Enireampusthe first man to break a record in
vote) the University events when he led
oB.Stahl the field in the discuss -throw with
31. . Shly a eave of 185 feet 8 3-4 inches. An-
Edlar hi. Seraye other feature of the meet was the!
E'dward fC. MeCobb wn fAniro li
Albert...Parker javelin throwing of Angier of Illi-
nois who'hurled the wand 199 feet
harry D. Hoey 11.1- inches. Lingenfelter of Drake
Walter K. Sciherer was second in this event, taking these
ffij hR. Duffeld 1 orr aith a1 RA'fact1 h;

Irwin C. Uteritz
Spirited1 captain andl shortsop of
the Michigan baseball team who wilt
direct field play against WisconsinI
this afternon at Ferry field.
REGENTS PPOINT
NEW FAC U'LTIY MAIN

Wood Given Leave of A bsence
Take Expedition
to Chilia

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PROF. SAUER OF GEOGRAPHY
DEPARTMENT LEATES IN JUNE
Appointment of Zenas C. Dickinson,
of the University of Minnesota, as
associate professor' of economics in
the University, was announced by the
Board of Regents at their monthly ses-
sion yesterday. Professor Dickinson
isarrrt n t h Tn nat n'hn

Kipke, c.f..
Paper, 3b
Shackleford, r.f.
Knode, lb
Ash, l.f.
Dillman, 2b As
Blott, c.
Liverance, p.

With one change in . the
which started and went the ft
against Ohio State in the firs
and victory of Michigan's.B
season, Coach Ray Fisher's
ines will oppose Wisconsina
o'clock this afternoon on IFr
The single shift is that wh
lieves Haggerty of his third b
ties for at least a part of t
test, putting Paper back on
job and sending Dillman, wh
ed his worth against Ypsi No
second base. Hadgerty has b
tinctly off color since the Oh

How They

Iwichigan Wisco
Uteritz, s.s., (capt.)
Williams. 1.f.

Comba<

the dance.I
Refreshments were served in three'
different groups, starting at 11:15.
While the dancers were Ilining sev-
eral novelty numbers were given by
the Varsity Banjo quintet.
At'midnight in Waterman gymnas-
ium a fancy rifle and color guard
drill was held. This consisted of sev-
eral unusual rifle maneuvers per-
formed by 12 members of the Univer-
sity R. 0. T. C.
Military police duties were exe-
cuted during the evening by 20 ex-
service men under Robert L. Camp-
bell, '23, as proyost marshall. Mili-
tary Ball committee membern served
as hosts in the individual booths.
Guests of hionor at the ball Included
President Marion L. Burton,. Presi-
dent-Emeritus Harry Hutchins, the
Regents and the Deans. Although un-
able to attend, several prominent peo-1
ple served as patrons for the dance.j
Included among these were Secretary!
of the Navyr Edwin Denby, '96L, and
Congresgman Carl Michener, of Ad-
rian, representative from this district.
Special significance was attached to
the event because it was the last
Michigan Military ball that will be giv-
en by the Veterans of Foreign wars.
Next year the affair, which bids to be
nle of the University's greatest so-
ials, will be sponsored entirely by
the local R. 0. T. C.
WANTEDWHITE WITCH'
WITH WHEEDLING WAYSE
wand wieldy wisposition.
We comprehended and took
notes on the dizzy spiritual 1
world yesterday when a call
asked for "a little blonde-able
to play a mandolin and versed

Serve

Face Each

s w a u eet 1-2 inr tis a graduate of the University of Ne- and Coach isher has decided
Harry C. Clarki Philip J. Schnildertoss. to braska and received his Ph.D. degree rest will be the best thing f
Millard H. Pryor Julian F. ;fack In addition tothe record breaking from Harvard. He is an authority on Wolverine boy.
performance of -Platt, Williams of labor problems and has published sev- t Wisconsin Strong
S .Kansas State Normal won his heat in eral notable books in this field. 1 Wisconsin, with an to 3
the hundred in 10 seconds. A number The, resignation of associate pro- Wer Indiana following a co
of records were also broken in the fessor Carl 0. Saner, of the geography ively successfulouhngai
high school and college classes. department, was accepted by the Re- theg y dt ia
Finals in the.special events for gents. Dr. Sauer is leaving at the game yesterday with Chicf
which qualifying rounds were. held end of the current University year to i.te eto hp o oa
Mlv ii Itt/I U ILL LU U lvI this afternoon will be run of at 2 assume charge of the department of counter. The Badgers are
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in addi- geography in the University of Cali- ered Michigan's most powerfu
tion to the relay events that will make forniaTen opponents with the except
Indications Point Toirwatd Struggle Says Present AIethods of Education tomt h ea vnsta ilmk ona
iOns Wigt Teare A re Enornthns W of up the main program of the meet. 11Wood Granted Absence Illinois and this afternoon's c
With the number of events scheduled Norman A. Wood, curator of birds therefore, is counted as one
in House Energy a great deal of crowding in the van- in the University museum, was grant- biggest of the season and will,
ois rela events will probably occur. ed a year's leave of absence to co- probability, be one of the best
All seats for the meet tomorrow have operate with Ginling college of Nan- Coach Fisher wil. rely upoi
HIGHWAY FINANCE PROGRAM TO TEACH! MANY SUBJECTS been sold out. kin, China, in an expedition which will veteran Howard Liverance to
Ent'er Relay Events I explore little-known regions,of China back the powerful offensive o
Lansing, April 27-(By A. P.)-In- "A great many things are going ; Michigan will enter two relay teams ! in search of scientific information. Wisconsin front. Livvy's repu
dications of a bitter fight in the house badly in American education," said in the competition tomorrow in addi- Prof. Thomas Reed, of the political is not new to Wisconsin, bu
on the Smith weight tax measure was Prof. Theodore de Laguna, of the tion to the five men who qualified science department, was named head Badgers are, almost without
seen tonight in the announcement that l ilosophy department of Bryn Mawr I in the special events. The two mile of the bureau of government records tion, new to Liverynce. Last
the transportation committee to which college, yesterday afternoon in -his! team composed of Reinke, Iatten- to replace Prof. Robert T. Crane of after Dixon had downed Wisco
the bill has been referred will proba- lecture on the subject of "The Mar- dorf. Roesser.. and Cushing, is doped the same department who recently to 1 in the first of the t
bly not report to the house until the gin of Waste in Education". Al- here to take first honors in the event resigned from the bureau director- played, Milt was agin Coach F
middle of next week. though prevailing conditions in Amer- as they are looked upon as the fastest ship. choice for the next meeting <
With the end Hof the session set for ican education are not commenda- quartet of middle west. Isbell, Davis, The Regents announced the estab- two teams. When he blew con
May 5 it is not certain that the house ble. Professor de Laguna admitted Bowen, rand Rearick are the Michi - lishment of a $500 loan fund in mem- in the third following the
will act gn the measure before 'ad-san entries in the four mile relay. ory of Marian Sarah Parker, '95E, for fs
wilato{h eauebfr d that he could offer no constructive tiebeeitoywmn th home runfrom his delivery.
journment, in which case the state means of betterment. the benefit of women in the engineer-
(Seia oTh aly ig college. * sent in Liverance to the rescue.
would be without a highway IinanVung Professor de Laguna went on to Philadelphia l 27-ith a Law Books Donated ard held the Cardinals safely tl
program for the next biennial meas- cay, "Education stands in the same phenomenal leap of 48 feet 1 3 The gift of over 100 valuable law of the game striking out sever
ure. hTposition as the other great depart- c Hubbad books to the law library by Roland but his appearance came too l
Speakers Wesich said, ~The subject ments of human activity. The waste 1inces, Hbar ,Michigans star . Whitman, '97L, of Chicago, was stem the 4 to 1 defeat which w
matter of the bill gave the preference of energy is undoubtedly enormous.'t hoa cteae, s attered the collame gratefully acknowledged by the Re- Michigan's title hopes
on it to tie transportation commit- A new Socrates would have ample Ib stepand jmprec od sndrcam gents. Tihe Detroit Edison company Wolverines All Veterans
tee. The committee of general taxa- excuse for maintaining that virtue Thin 2 feet of te world's record. donated a motor generator to the de-' Today liverance and the V
tion had considered a similar bill and cannot be taught; and an equally 1than juumm is 9 and 1-4 inches better partment of electrical engineering. ines who will back him up, alm
I told the chairman I was going to strong case could be made out for i Hubbard made last summer The geological museum was given a veterans, will meet a compar,
w refer the bill to his committee. The the thesis that good taste cannot be when he won the Junior National Ford truck by Henry Ford. Dr. W. new Wisconsin team. Such nar
taught, and that experimentation and . A. U. crown the or step and E. Newcomb of Detroit made a gift Ruidiger, Caesar, J WilliamE
inability to get a majority present at his tcan thtieps m ntation and jump. That Hubbard thoroughly out- to the publication fund of the Uni- liott, Barry, Christianson, and
inblt oge aoiy rsn tIhistorical criticism cannot be taught. to classed his competitors is shown by veitmuu.dokalofhmpaydn
meetings. I felt that the bill should Yet the expenditure of care and of- ssversity museum.dock, all of whom played an
be referred to a committee where fort in the attempt to teach these the fact that Rose of Penn State ob- Prof. K. F. Wenckebach, of Vienna, tant part in Michigan's defeat (
there would be a minimum delay in things sm eyond all conception." tamed second place with a jump of: will be invited to deliver a medical year, do not appear in today's
gewing l e back to thehouse a i ing b a lcncehpton." 42 feet, 3 inches. Taylor of Navy was , lecture in Ann Arbor next month, ac- Most of those appearing
getig t ac t tehose" n ccrdne it Pofssr ethird with 41- feet. Icording to the decision of theReup
I aun' tp oRhioopy-mn familiar. Everyone knows Roll!
interesting facts, dealing directly Another collegiate record was gents. as, the Badgers' great captai
Ih e.smashed when Tootell of Bowdoin It was also announced that Dean
A AO TO [Cl E withspeciried wastes in education college threw the hammer 17 feet, 5 Jean Hamilton will give a series of are familiar with Combacker. I
inches. lectures to the new women of the
Last of Whimsies' Course To Be Given wastes, according to Professor de ;lubbard in Hurdles University on campus organizations, tew ost fart the Cardin. Mi
Laguna. Concerning this he said, "I Hubbard wll - i University ideals, etc. a new sc; of facs to meet MIcl
est Friday am eprfectly willing to admit that Hwilcompete inthe 120 U'iversits
ird high hundes and the broad The degree of bachelor of science in veterans.
Speaking under the combined aus- thousands -of jy and girls spend iump, today while Brooker will show civil engineering was granted N. A. This fact, however, is no nd
pices of the American association of years in the study of Latin without his force in his favorite event-t Martinez, '22E, the degree of bache- of the probable outcome of tie
University women and Whimsies, deriving any marked benefit from it, pole vault and also te di or of science in electrical engineer- Coach Lowman of Wisconsin
HanIin Garland, well known novel-| apart from a certain moral benefitoe isc ing to Frank Reed and the degree faculty for developing winning
ist, will give a lecture at 8 o'clock, that may come from the regular per- sof bachelor of science in chemistry out of green material.' The
Friday, May 4, in Hill auditorium. He formance of an allotted task. the dy urn the wesurprise oftoL ._y.,3E. over Indiana is one indication
will talk on "Meetings With Famous Professor de Laguna ended his lec- the i ay in thefasttimeway-w - Badgers' power, as iis yeste
American Authors." ture in saying, "We must count on of hemile medley relay n the fast time 1contest with Chicago. Michiga
Mr. Garland's enviable reputation asE waste in education. We must count Navy was secnd and 2-corgetown. If1llltIr the advantage in playing on fa
a novelist is based chiefly on his por- on a generous proportion of gradu- third.
trayal of our western civilization of ates who are no particular credit to; _ _ _ rCardinal has been in one moc
the last century. He is the author us. Of vastly greater moment is the ( Mt!lTen game than the Maize and
of many novels, some of the most pop-- question, what has been clone for the, all of which means much.
ular of which are "Main Traveiled I rest? Have they breathed with us SOPHOMORE I Wl Lowman's choice for mound du
Roads," "Captain of the Gray Horse tihe pure air of intellectual free- (Special to The Daily) I lie between Pickford and Jc
Troop," and "Son of The Middle Bor= dom?" Lansing, April 27.-Michigan's with the latter the probable cli
der." H LU0 [IRt SMUKERIVarsity tennis team defeated the Ag- Willamns Injured
The lecture is the third, and last, UT RDNgies 6- here today making a clean There is a possibility that R
TtMUST ORDER GOtsNsSMembers of the sophomore literary sweewin all the matches.1sintwill be greatly handicapped
i tickets, or by ticket to this lecture class will hold their first smoker of N mber one doubles was the only absence of Captain Williams.
only. The price is 50 cents for gener- Positively no more orders will be the year on Wednesday night, May 2, match to go three sets. Chuck Mer- gave his ankle a sever twist on
al admission, and 75 cents for admis- taken by George Moe's Sport shop for in the Union. A number of novel en- kel, playing number one for Michi- nesday in a practice game
sion in the reserved section. The caps and gowns after tonight. The tertainments are being planned by the gan, defeated Croll, Aggies 6-1, 6-2. I'Northwstern nolle nf Want

the freshmen of Alpha Nu in
debate last night in University
on the advisability of adopting
direct primary system for the
inations of our presidents.
By this victory Adelphi wins
session, for one year, of the

their
Hall
the
nom-'
pos-,
cup

which was recently donated by the
Oratorical association. The names of
I the three members of the winning
team will be engraved on. the cup.
At the end of seven years the cup
will become the permanent property
of the society that has won the ma-
jority of these annual debates.
The debaters, in the order of their
appearance, were: Adelphi: Albert M.
Stern, '26; John W. Holmes, '26; and
W. C. Dixon, '26. Alpha Nu: James
J. Dunn, '26; Fred Cuthbert, '26; and
Griffith Herold, '26. I

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