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ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1921

EIIGHT PAGES

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ELECIU4

RES FIRST ANNUAL1
I BANQUET HELD AT
I BY SIGMA DELTA CHI

ter.

THE CAMPUS BALLOT

FQolo-wiiIgisI colas of thle All-Cmipus b)allot a'j it appears today
wlieii s ideuni -will select lealders IIn VCtlvitcs for the coining year.

.FAC.

Gives $6000 For
Switmming Pool;

~4TUENTCOUNCIL
(Aill inzvote)
PRlE 81)E NT
jock Kelly
Jt)JleS A. Rice
UNION
(All sien volt.)
PRESI 1EN't
.L. Perkins Bujll
ja"'es 'I. Puffy
john I'. 141Wftof
Thomas .. yll-h
RlECORD~ING SECRETARY
Thomas Cavanaughi
Henry It. IHubbaird
Edivard C. AMacder

SECRETARY
Norman B. Johnson
Robert Straub

Mu[ E'.LI MINATE
UNFIR METHODS
AT SPRING LAMES
GIROUP FROM UNDER CM;SE
APPROVES OF AD)OPTION
(IFSET OF RULES
RESOLUTION DRAWN UP
BY GAMES C OMMITTFE
Class Meetings to be Held t'o 'Tell
Members' of Action; %Gaaiue"
on MNay 11 and 12
Class officers and members of the

,N ESTOSC
A SPEAKSI

.Regent Attends
Gridiron Ban quet

tBooths 11-111 be
3:30; All D)
Have Selz

O ATORICAL ASSOCIATION
(Enitire campus rote)
PRIDhENT'
K. F. Clardy
Donald 0. Cook
a. x.' Dunn!
VICE PRESIDENT
I~y1Iuan J. Glasgo-w
Norman P. Jolson
SECWRETARY

FACULTY AND ALUIV
TO HAVE UNION

1}"0VRTE

11

by Skits
). Hen-

. .t ...t.. .

Uni-
lt atF

nnual: razz-fest, the
given at the Unionj
!e of Sigma Delta,
fessional journalis-
ery walk of life was
e. list of invited
ect of university or
ed attention.
"supplies"' were ex-
net's city editor be-
nts. Janmes Stevens,
began to call for
-elease), Many of the
istq of this and oth-
iishelnmemnbers, of
eminenit townspeo-
opportuinity to ea-
cations for distinc-
t Faculty
Cannib~alsm" was,
distinguished men-
y were pictured~ as
n a desert island,
god old1 clays when
thle University. In
timosl~hee thus pro-
,of the history de,
d on the program'
rian", retaliated for
by a clever satirel

(Vote for 3 our department only)
IT1ERARY ViCE PRESIDENT
llarry C. Clark
,James iDreslacli
Edwaird C. Stark
Ronald IV. Stelketee
UNGINEERING VICE PRESII) NT
C. A. Campbell
willia<m. Cratz
I. LAW VICE PRESIDENT.
Stewart It. BoyerI
Bowven E. Schumacher
MEDIC VICE PRESIDENT ,
Hlowa rd 3B. 1offmanj
Carleton B. Pierce1
COMIBINETD VICE PRESIDENT
Gilbert C. Ely,
WlllaniP. Henderson
ST.UJEIENT(CRISITIAN ASSOCIA-
(Aill iahl cllurch ieumbers vote)I
11USI)ENT
Harry, C. Clark
Millard II. Pryor I

Chai les F., Brush
Charles Brushi has given $6,000 to
the Union for its sWimming pool fund
which must reach ,$46,000 before the
completion of the, pool can be assur-}
ed. His. contribution brings the fund
to $26,000..

Fridiii~ekhffSpring games committee from the
lanche Kynasat sophomore and freshman classes de-
t . cided in a meeting held yesterd y
TJ REASURER afternoon' in the Union to go on rec-
Frak H Bakstoniord as pledging themselves to do
Edw~ard C. Prophiet everything passible to have the Spring
rames on May 11 and 12 conducted in
a fair and. sportsmanlike manner as
B ATLI ICNSL F concerns both the sophomore and
A LEISfreshman classes.,
(Vote for exactly three. Entire camnpus A'resolution was drawn up which
vote) all1 ,agreed to °sign to the effect that
{Raymomid Arndt such unfair piractices as have existed
Stewart I. Boyer be eliminated, and that strenuous ef-
Egher't It. Isbell forts be made to bring about a change
lienneth Kerr in past methods which have been em-
William H. Offner ployed in the winning of the contests.
11.01. Stal l Exles for the games were also
drawn. up' and acted upon favorably.
BO A RI) IN CONTROL OF STUDENT1 These, will be published previous to
PI)IL1ICAT'ION S the games next week.
Resolutions Drawnm Up ,
(Vote for exactly three. Ei~re campus The re: olution which was drawn up
Tote) to bring about a more fair and sports-
Hlatgh K.I Duftield manlike conduct of the games fob-
Ilarry D., Joey lo's:
jiuliazi F. laek "We, class officers and !Members' of
E)1xs rd C. Mcuob the 'Spring gamie; committee of the
Albert.J.. Parker sophomiore anid freshman classes be-
Mabx It. Schrayer lieve it is necessary that the uznder-f
11alter H. Scher'er : class Contests beL conducted in a farj
Phil!)) J. Sclincider and sportsmanlike manner and that
4W. B. Stahli this year the members of the classed
Should take a very considerable stand
aginst the emiployment of unfair tac-
.tc.Ti omte eivstemm9KI '"9NS F R underclass game; to be one ofMichi-
gCan's foremost institutions, and, when
properly coniducted, a means of pro-
II j otin g the best class and University
ARCHI ECTrith nden ,ases.oyae rvarye e
;siriethn een, casejoyabe rivalry be-
f'Pirmehdbytemmesote!
Sign "Pau salea Ten" Band to Play elasse; defeats these objects, results
for Annual Spring in poor spirit, dissatisfaction anal
IIDanc ivonerty destruction. and imuoeils the
ffuture existence of. the contests.h
MAIN FEATURES OF 3FURA.L { "The committee desires to go on
I DECORATIONS .RE DECIDED 'An'st IRave Co-overation
record as supporting the contests, and
"l~aFswdena Tenr" band from Pasade- -a pledging themselves. to do ever -
na, Cali., will play at thae Architects' dtoing possible to have the Spring
held games conducted this, year. in a fair..
May party, which is to be hl May; and sportsmanlike manner. The un-
11 in Barbour gymnasium. The cofui- dersigned members of the sophomore
l le' a scheme of decorations for tho ,aid. freshman classes will actively as-

Judging from the regi
uses, a vote of more than
paected ° in todoys all-cam
1Booths will be placed or.
Reget JninsE. ealin the same location as
Regent Beal attended the gridirontonadecdpate
banquet given uinder the auspices of pected to vote at its owl
Sigma Delta Chi, national profession-! Only registered stud
al journalistic fraternity, last night at permitted to vote except
the Union. cal school where no re
______ students was held., Won
for officers of the Orate
E ad for the members 'of
in Control of Athletics
Publications only. Faeu
cials without registration
The booths, which wi
--b oae at th~e follo,
'Gift of Charles F. Blruslh, '641;, Bring's !lits in front of Library,
1'r&ut+ azTotal up to Engineering arch, laws ]
$2, GO(1) ing, education students
_ hall, and Dental student:
tal building. Booths for
LS ltlIQLNtEtirV i,,0 N idents will be announced
H 'ELl) OF t\INVE 0N lOietin boards.
-- While only 2,000 men
Charles F. Drush, '69h:, scientist and special Student council
inventor of the Bressh electric arc, last Wednesday, it is e
light, has donated $6,000 to the Union with the addition of the
swinmning pool fund. Thisc~ontribu-' and the increased interes
tion raises the fund to $26,000.. I tion, the ballots will ru
order to complete the swimming pool 3 ,000 marl..
$20,000 more is needed. The elections comit
Following his graduation from thel Dunlop, '23, chairmnan, wi
[ University in 1869l, Mr. Brush began .plete charge of the elei
work in the field of invention. In ad;- visi.ng the voting plaee
dition to the arc light, he has in- ;day and- receiving the
vented many other useful engineering une ok we h o
imembers of the Student
devices, amlong wich1 is a formz of ,aentcniae o
storage battery. day's election will help.
SMr. B~rush became a chevalier of the the ballots tonight at the
Legion of Honor of France in 1881. He igtecutn1fbl
received the Rumford medal of the will be locked and no
Amter ican Academy of Arts and Sci- admitted. The first ann

iIt
ck

i the
for

FRlENC CIMPRISON
KRUPP PRESIDENTl

os of North Dakota
son to disseminate
intermixed with a
i f the needs of
tion and the meansl
astonishiing illitcr-
in many sections
Je made minmordent
n e~bication.
Oil Cfil

Is Taken Into Custody as Rtesult of
Charges In Counectiuln WithMo atP in
I5 ACCUSE!) OF VIOLATION
OF GEN. DEGOUTEE'S IWECI EE

HU T SNWife of Zoology Professor Injured
I Collecting Specimtensfo
i''lLseum731
IS CARliIHEI) f0 PANAMFA
BY GOVEIN3LENT PLAAE

U

'st 'ner't~lg ca Essen, M ay 1 ''(By A. P.)-In 'the.
ig was the prese- jail at Werden, not far fromn the Ville
!an" to Prof. W. D, ' Hugel, the home of the famous Krupp
f the extension de- family, Dr. Gustav Krupp Von Voh-
ualifications were lnyndlialvach, president of the
erous, and his out-. Krupp works, tonlight is a prisoner of
"stic the ability to.
othly. the Trench occupation forces. lie
banquet music was was taken into custody today by the
Wilson's orchestra. , French on charges in connection with1,
the riot at the Krupp plant recently
. ~when 14 Germans were killed and a
MPLD~EE Marge number wounded by the French
toops.
D.Von Volven bas as companions
11g I Ti the jail three directors of tlw,
Krup works, Dr. Brush, chairman of
-. the board and Herr Oeslerlin and
s, employed inl the Herr Hartwig, wvho have been held'
house as a crane there since they were arrested on
*shot and killed !E1aster morning, the day after the
shooting. They are charged not only
onday night, while ;with violation of decree 22, convic-
automatic rifle into tion under which will entail termns of
the accident occur- imprisonment of from~ ten years to
of one of the lak~es life but also are accuised of violation
orestry farm. His of the first decree General Degoteef
iildre~n were with' issued when he entered the Rhur re-
outing trip before Igarding the maintainance of order.
red. This decree provides for imprison-,
expert electrical mnent of up to 5 years and a fine of
been employed at 10,000,000 marks.
4er plant for four,
has been taken to:
rents at 1;33 North REED JO GIVE TALK
here funeral scrv-'
nnorrow.ATS MO R
pus electlons toda.i [II

I3

Ir anaa May 1 (Bey A. P.)-Mrs. F.
N. Galge was brought here y-esterday
by an army airplane from the interior
of the Chiriqui Province suffering
from tetanus as a result of an acci-

,
t
,i

I party has been decided upon, as have
Shoe was accompanziedl by hier husband. a number of minor features.1
Prof. V. N. Gaige, who had gone ixn t The miusicians from the West -xill
the province to collect reptiles for;[supplant Mason Dixon Seven, the or-
the University of -Michigan. ! chestra which signed up to play for
the affair, but which had to cancel its
P'rofessor Gaige and Mrs. Gaige are icugag~ement on account' of a contract
both on the'University mueu staff, which they made for Keith's vaude-
an~ PrfesorGaie asoteahesinville circuit. The 'Pasadena Ten"
and~~~~~~~ Prfso agAls ece v ill conlic here May. 11 direct from
the 'department of zoology. 'lley'the Carnegie Institute of TechnologyI
started on their present expedition; where they have ani engagemut for!
'last February, intending to collect in- the University Prom. The men fromt
sects and reptiles for the museum California have played for phono-
here. Little has been heard from themI graph records, and served a number of
since their departure, only a few let- contract,, with large summer re-
ters hiaving been mailed from a laas-. sorts, among them the Willows Resort

sist--in 'planning the games, and to-
gether with' the Student council comi-
maittee in charg~e will decide the rules
which govern the contests. The Stu-
deont council committee will .leave to
this committee the responsibility for
seeing that fair play' and .sportsman-
likeP conduct prevail.I
"This committee must defend onl
the active co-operation of eac h meml-
ber of the classes to attain thesie ob-!
j ects."'
FflR RJ. C. KNflI IRNI

ences. in 1899, and later became a the election. results w
member of this society. le is a mein- The Daily tomorrow n
Iber as well of many American honor' A compilete list of
societies, with the qualifications
His record of activity seeming to for the office for whicl
justify it, the Union recently decided zing wl be found on t
to place Mr. Brush's picture -in the of this issue of The Dea
halls of the Union as one of the Uni- : No restrictlon becam
i versity's most prominent alumni. Mvr. Ipayment of class dues
IBrush contributed largely toward the on th~e Voting, All sty2
fund raised to erect the Union build- I registeredI will be eliL i
ing. His home is at Cleveland, Ohio. gardless of the paymen
I --William B. Halley, '
elections committee
P . P G, ORUN E cnoea that he had
candidacy for the recor
LEAVS FO CALFOR IA ip of theUin
E WOODRUJFF r
r f noi .Slln e f t e"Spamlish department, left yesterday af- M1r. J. Fred Woody
, trnnn4n Oli'nni ~ln.n - -;1 gneralmanag-er of

uff,
the

teach in the University of California
Iduring the s-ummer sessioii. ii the
latter part of August, hie will leave
again' for, Spain, after having- spent
more than a year in this country-.
Professor Solalinde, livho hlds a.

Ewald Advertising Co., of L
vice-president of the Detr
Club, will speak at 7:15
nighIt in room '02 of the L
IWoodruf'f is one of the2.I
ures in- the advertising'fi,

"Ni" DAY.

They come back

WILL UA.KEPLAN'S, FOR SRI n
GAMES 1AT ANNUAL.
GATHERIN G
Prof. Thomas A. Reed of the polt-}
ical department will be the sneaker
at. the soph lit smnoker that will be
heldl at 7:30 'o'clock tonight in the
assembly hall of the Union. Student
speakers and entertainmient of varied
nature will also be provided.
In addition 'to conducting the usual,
procedure of a smoker, the class will
discuss a number of. events pertain-

sing airplane, a short time ago.
No shipments of specimens have
been received by the museum here
as yet, although Professor YGaige stat-
ed in his last letter that hie intended
to ship some in the near future. It
is not knlowAn whether the Gaiges will.
[return after their' accident or remain
in Central America until they have
finished their collection. They had
expected to return to Ann Arbor this
Julie.
Mir. and Mrs. Gaige had been liv-I
ing on an island uninhabited by any
[white people except themselves for
some time previous to the accident.
ORDER OF DEMOLAY
TO MEET TONIGHT"
-.----f
The Order of DeMolay will hold an
himportant meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-'
nighrt in Harris. hail to make final
plans for a trip which will be madea
Friday to Battle Creek. A meeting

at I
The prinejual feature. of the mural toricos, Madrid, came to this country. he lecture is being given
decorations for the party, will be gaily _Funer~al services; for Mrs. Jerome C. early last sumnmer to teach in the, the auSpices of. the Univ'ersity
colored designs of vultures With out-, Knowlton, wvho died last Sunday, were ]Sumamer "School of Columbia univer- bem' of Commerce. After th~e
stretched wvings. - large canopy willI held at 4- o'c lock yesterday afternoon alsiy. Largely through the efforts of there will be a short busines
be plsced over the orchestlra and the at her, home, 1429 Hill 'street. Her ' Protr. C. 'P. Wagner, of the Spanish 11ng relative to thie election of
chaperone booth on the cast and the -death resulted from an illness wiyhich department, he was persuaded to for n: xt year.
west sides of the gynnasi lacki began Feb. 9 with an attack of pneu- jcme hr o h rsn colya _________
,c eefrtepeetsho erof these canopies will be broken by}' monia. The first attack was follow- to conduct a number of lecture Phi Beta IKappa to \ic
four panels upon which will be wvork;- ,-cad by another and' more serious one. courses in Spanish literature. Alpha chapter of Phi Beta
ed out a unique design. An Egyptian ,I'n,1875 Mrs. Knowlton ia s rmar- In addition to his wNork as a teach- ; national honorary literary socii
dancer will be worked out on the i ied to Jerome"C. Knowlton. wbo waz [er, Professor Solalinde has made an hold its annual business mee
north and the south walls of the a practicing lawyer in this. city, anad! enviable reputation for himself as a14:15 o'clock today in room
gymnasium. a professor in the Law school of the° scholar, and is the author of a nuns-i-I Mason hail. The list of candi(
IUniversity -fromt 1885 to the :day v of [ber of books, and numerous article3s be elected to the society for -
SE IGWNS R IE 1108 death, Dec. 12,, 1916 and dean dealing witith Spanish literature. Tvo has been prepared and the fin
SENOR _OW SA RIE '1.~ that school from 1891 to 1895. ;of these -books have appeared in Man- of acceptance will -be taken
During her early married life vrs. drid since his. coming to the Unined, meeting. Although the datel
Senior calls andi gowns of the en- gveheselltonou stint States. . been definitely announced, itKn ltngvhesfwtou
fgineering and literary colleges have I to te life of the community. The Leaving here, Professor Solalinde 1able that the annual banquet
now arrived and may be obtained at iKo'to'hoewspntoaid will go directly to Los Angeles, where held Wednesday, May 23.
George J. Moe's sport shop., A num- 1 circle of Ann Arbor residents andi lie %vill deliver a series of lectures. _ -
her of the gowns- were given out yes- t. unrd o'nvestHsuets t~e will then go to Berkley to teach Dean Effinger to Return S
terdayI was in.herehomeantiatsMrs.dKnowlton. nthe intersession, and the summer Dean John H. Effinger, of tt
liver them all as soon as p7ossible as wasn_-----------------Knowtonsession of the 'University of California. ar ly college, is expected bacl

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d gratifying results,
an advertiser to rely
on Daily classified
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are those who have

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my gowns left after Swing Out will I will bost a4 n~eCetil ep i muI taeu-

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