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10, 1923





Italian Art Ist(1 faAI .
Subij+ct 'Of Talc'U IML II
lossier Howard FOR F ES
terday afternoon in the we.;tgallery
of Alumni Mlemorial hainl oil the frn -
jest. "From Donatello to Michael An- AID CAMP
gelo." In his talk, he described the
work of sculptors of the Italian city~-
of Florence of the fifteenth and early 1[AY BE OBTAINED F1O31 ANY ONE
sixteenth centuries. jOF 5 BOOThS ION
Using many slides to illustrate his CAMP'US
talk, -Mr. Howard called attention to
the Gothic and Greek influence in PR OCEEDS OF SALE GO
Florentine art.'Not even the Greek UPKEEP OF PROJECT
however, surpassedl the.Flore'nines in T P EPO R JC
the beauty of their Vortrayal of
death;' he said. The speaker dwelt ,J-Hoj" 'committee Donates $700 to be

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Where to IMoet

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Steger, '-5, Mak e
ood Sportsmansbip.
in Battle

Pl ea

at length on the spirit of the treat-
ment of biblical subjects by the Flor- j
entines. -

Used in Financing Out-

Senior classes will assemble
in cans and gowns at 3:45
o'clock today for Swing-out on
the following walks leading to
the medallion in front o the li-,
Lit women on the walk from
the Library leading west to Uni-
versity hall;. lit men on the
walk leading to Tappan hall;I
engineers and architects on the
diagonal from the Library to
the Engineering arch; medics
on the other diagonal going to
Waterman gymnasium; nurses
o n the walk in front oif the
Medical building; laws on the
diagonal leading to the north
end of the Law building; dents
on the walk leading north from
the medallion past the' Chemis-!
try building; pharmics near}
their building on the walk east
from the Library; and gradu-
ates and educationals immed-
iately in front of the library.
The order of march will be as
follows: Lit women,slit men, en-
gineers, architects, mnedics,
nurses, laws, dents, pharmics,
graduates and educationals.
Caps and gowns should be se-
cured before noon today.I

I Weather Bureau Reports Blizzard Now
Sweep ng 6vrr Eastern Part
of Country
What is termed as the heaviest,
snow storm in May for 21 years fell
in Ann Arbor yesterday. The storm,
which began Tuesday afternoon, and
continued throughout. Wednesday took
blizzard aspects yeste'day noon while
the teiuperature plunged to 31.5 de-
grees above zero, a drop of more than
30 degrees within 24 lours.!
heaviest Fall inee 1902 !

Melfmbers of the lUnivecrsity Crafts-
mecn club have prceaeted the Masonic
organivzation of Ann Arbor an altar'
which will be installed in the nevMa-
sonic temple now being built on
Fourth street between Liberty and
Williams. This gift has been made
in appreciation of the fact that the
club has been granted the use of the
building once a week. The altar was
designed by Prof. Albert Rousseau of I
the Architectural college.
The new temple, Nvl* i m ill be coin-1
pleted by November, represents an
outlay of 3040,000. The building is
80 feet in width by 120 feet in length.
On each side of it there is left a
space 36 feet. One of, these spaces l
will be, used as a summer :garden, the
other as a parking grounds.

With huge outbursts of "pep" and
pirit for the approaching Spring
imes on Friday and Saturday, the'
)phomores met last night in the
atural Science auditorium to organ-
e for the contests.
Edwell Slaughter; '25E, was elected
tptain for the games. Lieutenants
ho were chosen by him and the
esidents of the literary and engin-
ring colleges are: F. J. Drittler, J.
Blahnik, E. R. Wightman, J. H. Lan-
e, C. W. Merriam, D. M. Sutter, J.
Miller, J. M. Keefer, D. H. Wills.
0. Steele, F. H. Wassman, W. G.
eid, Q. W. Reed, W. K. Greiner, and

Craftsmen Donatcj
SAltar For Temple)


FORi' l, T3;4;


Tag Day for the Summer Fresh Air:
Camp for Boys which is to be held
under the auspices of the Students
Christian association will be held from
S to 4 o'clock today on the campus.
The tags will sell at 50 cents each.
M TMOand the proceeds of their sale will
Monster Assembly Will Prime Coach go to the upkeep of the camp.
Farrell's Men For Clash The tags will be sold from five
With Ilhini tables, one in front of the library and
one At each corner of campIis pro-
YOST AND WENLEY TO SPEAK;; per. The first contribution for the
BAND TO PLAY AT MEETING camp was from this year's J-Hop
committee, amounting to more than
Michigan's Varsity track team will $700.
be given a pep meeting tomorrow night Beginning June 26, the camp willF
by the entire student body as their last until Auris t S.. During this time
'btrenietdnbyL ,ter

. D. Gibson, '23, Vernon F. Bill
'25L, Will Lend Procession
Around Campus-
Seniors, members of the clas:
'23, will today observe Swing-out
ercises, the first step preparator
graduation. This is a tradition ali
as old as the University itself
each year marks the first appear,
on the campus of the combined s,
classes in caps and gowns.
Formation of the various cla



mes were explained
he Student council
Lines committee. H.
told of the rules
r Friday afternoon.
meet at 3:15 o'clock
pan g i asium and
rope and will march
It was aso made
iners of the tug-of-
the rope up from
their picture taken
uditoiium. .
h, '2514, chairman
uncil Spring games'
to the assembled
that they abide by
committee and re-
air practices in the

t s
r !

send-off into the meet with the Illini
Saturday afternoon. Thq supportE
which is shown of Coach Steve Far-
rell's "Wonder Track Team" at this
time may nean the difference between
victory and defeat for Michigan for
I the Illinois team is reported as the
strongest whi-h the Wolverines willE
meet this Year. I
This is the first time that a pep
meeting of this kind has been held -for
the track team in Hill auditorinmn
where the. entire school body could
gather together. The lilan of the com-
mittee is to make the meeting sbort

modated. It is to be held on a tract
of land which has been offered by1
M. A. Ives, member of the Board of j
Trustees of the S. C A., and which is
located in Livingstone county, 25 mile,
out of Ann Arbor. The site is an-
excellent location for the camp and
contains 170 acres. The director of
the camp is Lewis C. Reimann, of thej
Student Christian association.

Number of Tickets Sold For Ibformal
Banquet lt Union Exceeds
350 Mark

More than 35
been sold for th
Saturday night
or of the visitin
in Ann Arbor t
brate Fathers' d
500 fathers wil
guests on Frid
two days whici

carrying out of the contests. He ex- and full of pep, with lots of brief'FOlEII M EMB OF )l11lGA - -
plain <d hat the mes themselves talks and plenty of enthusi-asnv. The . & Ty J %E;T OF asideint wictir h
were in danger of being lost as one committee has chosen six speakers to IEA Lb nqet Uill, be
of the Michbgan traditions unless the give this desired pepw to the tudents -fw tickets will
classes fight in a clean and sports- and to- the team. "The Genetic Foundation of the Bal- f tte
manlike manner. He pointed out that Coach Steve Farrell and Coacha"t
it was entirely up to the men them- Fielding H. Yost will be the two ath- >ned Charactre of Se wil b in Fridayare
topi of licgreFridayiveare
selves whether they would shoulder etic heads to talk at the meeting. totc bhe Union upon
the responsibility and would re-estab- Prof. Robert M. Wenley, a one time Prof. Prank Atwood Lillie eminent time they may,
lish the games on the basis for which track star back in Scotland, will be I zoologist and head of the department ready arranged
they were originally intended-as a the faculty speaker for the affair. of embryology at the University of them through
means for fairly giving vent to friend- 'This enterprise in the past has al- Chicago, at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon tee. This comm
underclass rivalry. ways gained the support, not only of ( in room 214 of the Natural Science I resentative att
Wants $Sortsmnanship the students, but also jf many alumni. building. He is brought to the Univer- .5 o'clock this
Herbert Steger ''25, president of many of whom have contributed an-; sity through the efforts of the zoology that sons may m
the sophomore literary class, also ask- nually to the camp fund, according to departnment. the rooms for t
ed the class to,;upport the action of' Reimann.. The sale of the tags will, Professor Lillie will also speak Contrary to
representative committee and to do be in charge , of Hugh Dumffeld, '24. again at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after- banquet Saturd
their share in "fighting squarely". Four sophomores will assist Duffield noon on "The
Identification cards for the men in his campaign. IHarones." in the same room. Dur- eased for the
chosen to participate in the tug-of- ing his visit to the University lie will i fathers to the I
war were gmven out. Men to take part IRADUATE TELLS FORESTERS consult with advanced biology stu- meet Saturday
in the lightweight team of underclass- OF FIRE PROTECTION WORII dents and will be entertained by mem- fathers not pu
men weighing less than 135 poundslers of the zoology department. He not be admitted
were given White cards, those on the will be the guest of Dean Alfred of charge. d
middleweight weighing between 1 i At a regular meeting of the Fores- Lloyd of the graduate seool. President Ma
and 160 pounds yellon1 cards, and try club in .room F214 of the Natural In 1895 Professor Lillie came to the gressmnan P. H.1
those on the peavyweigkit blue cards. Science building last night, H-. M. University as an instructor in zool- j James E. Duffy
It was announced that each of theILunsden, '21, formerly a forest ranger ogy and served on the faculty here be the speakers
three pulls would last 15 minutes. in Idaho and now taking graduate for five years. A graduate of Tor- day night A s,
Men were chosen by the class to ,work in the University, gave a talk minto university, he alto studied and furnish musicd
enter the obstacle race Saturday on "Fire Protection Work in Idaho."' received degrees from Clark univer- quet. After t
morning. In this event there will be 'Mr. Lunsden explained the means of sity and the University of Chicago. will be entertai
three teams of 10 men each on a side combating forest fires and the pre- He served for some time as professor
Each race will count one point and cautions taken against their start and of biology at Vassar college and lat-j
in the quarter-mile cour-se the e; spread. er as associate professor of zoology 4
will havQ to clmp -a 10-foot wall and Martin Webb, '23, gave a slide ex and embryology, and in 1907 became
dive through barrels. hibition ofafire protection in Idaho a full rofssor at the University of
Riders for the "horse and rider" aid Montana. Mi'nal details of the for-. Chicago. >Ie is also assistant eutratorI Al~
contiest were also picked. For this ester's outing were discussed and de- { ' i thn voological museum of that in-
(Continued on Page Two) cided upon. stitution. .
He.has distinguished liusel' by Foresters wi
s work at the Marine Biological station o-nmiing Friday,
Board R esponds To A4un ni at Woods Hole, Mass., serving first' at the third Sist
e bad of the department of embry- est The outin
R equest A nd "N a es It Yost ology, then as associate director Aud fair and origin
finally director in 1908. founding of th
A member of many scientific hon- The purpose
Members of the Board in Control, duties of his position with credit alike orarv societies including Societe Beige the undergradu
of Athletics in meeting Saturday: to the University and to himself; and de liologie and the Societe dr Biol- perience along.
adopted a resolution calling for the Whereas, in conection with the dis- ogie of Paris, Professor Liliho has upon graduatio
naming of the new athletic field house!I charge of such duties he has mater- been vice-)resident of the American Men who plan
in memory of Coach Fielding H. Yost. ially aided in promoting and building jAssociation for the Advancement of! Friday afternoc
This action was taken in response to up a valuable athletic plant, in ex- Science, vice-president and president press onthe In
large numbers of petitions, letters, tending its use and enlarging its use- of the American Society of Natural-I at the camp.
resolutions and expressions of appro- I fulness in the physical development ists. and president of the American given jointly by
andat th forest y e
val from alumni in all parts of the of the general student body, and at Society of Zoologists, the forestry de
. Prt'nen T:;tio hat i ~ -n With r tsue ex

0 tickets- have already'
e banquet to be given
at the Union in hon-1
ng fathers who will be
his week end to. cele-
ay. It is expected that
.l be the University's
ay and Saturday, ,the
hi the Union has set
onor Tickets for the
' on sate - until tonight
ter which time only a
be available.
s Due Friday
who will begin arriv-
asked to register . at
n arrival and at this
if they have not al-
for rooms" secure 1
the rooming commit-
nittee will have a rep- {
the Union from 2 to
afternoon in order
make arrangements for
heir parents. .
existing rumors t.he
ay night will be in-
which have been pur-
banquet will admit the
linois-Michigan track I
afternoon, -although
archasing tickets will
to the track meet free
rion L. Burton, Con-
Kelley of Lansing, andl
, Sr., of Bay City, will
at the banquet Satur-
axoph one sextette will
during the entire ban-
he dinner the fathersj
ined at Mimes theater.

At 7 o'clock last night the Univer- isturbance 'Takes Place After Pep will take place at 3:45 o'clock th
sity observatory reported 2 inehmes of- Meeting; No Property afternoon in front of the - library
snow on the ground with melting Damage The circular medallion will be t1
temperature of 38.4 and the mercury ; center of assembly, the classes forn
fast rising. The heaviest previous IT£WO STUDENTS ARRESTEI; I ing in line in their proper places o
fall recorded for the month of May OTHERS FACE EXPULSION the various walks leading to it.
occured just 21 years ago today in The Varsity band will assemble i
1902 with 3.4 inches. The total fall More than 200 members of the uniform at the same time in fron
of snow for all of Wednesday was 7 sophomore class "rushed" the Arcade of Hill auditorium and will star
inches. theater last night at the conclusion I playing at 4 o'clock. The first clan
Reports from almost all sections of of the "pep" meeting for the Spring the lit women, will then turn an
the state indicate that crops were not games. As a result of the disturbance, --start the. march in column of twc
damaged by the storm. Freezing tem- two members of the "rushing" party to Hill auditorium, where the ce<
perature of 28.2 was recorded here are under arrest, and others, whose monies will be held.
for only a short time and the aver- names are said to have ben secured 'Burton to Spesk
age generally in the territory covered by upperclassmen, who were station- Dr. Sidney S. Robins, of the Un
by the storm was above 32 degrees.,I ed at the door, will face disciplineand tarian church, will open the Swin
so that it is thought practically all possible expulsion from the Univer- out program this year with the givin
of the state's fruit and farrm products 1.sity. 1 of the benediction. President Mario
were not harmed. . Police Take Two L. Burton will then deliver the Swfr
Will Prove 1iellful Forcing their way past several po- out address after which the "Yello-
A report from Flint says that the lice officers and upperclassmen, the I and Blue" Avill be sung by the entir
blanket of snow covering all of the crowd made its way into the theater, assembly. Earl V. Moore, of the schoc
ground will prove a great benefit to filling every available. seat. No prop- of music, will preside at the orgai
all crops. Rain was. greatly desired erty damage was reported by the man- Robert Dieterle,.'23M, will sing'
by all of the farmera and it is thought : agter of the theater. The two men ar- group of college songs, and John V
that the snow melting rapidly into the I rested, who were members of the sen- Ross, '23E, president of the senior en
ground will be even better than rain. ior literary class, were taken on a gineers, will be master of ceremonie
The -weather bureau at Washington, hcharge of disorderly conduct. They' At the conclusion of the exercise
D. C., said last night that the storm were-released last night, to appear the classes will na'rch o ut of tll
which had passed over-the west and in court this morning. auditorium in the samne order as b<
nmiddle west section of the country The "rush" took place in open fore and will commence the famot
tas now sweeping over the eastern violation of a Student council regula- swing across the campus. The rout
states and would prevail foi the rest f tion forbidding students to force en-' followed on this march is such as I
of the week. trance to any playhouse in the city. form the traditional "M" although t:
The "rush" recalls the disturbance line of march has been changed fron
last fall, in which several hundred that of last year.
BAD W AIEOdollars property damage was done. Line of March
U Class meetings were held at that obert D. Gibson, '23, presidenti
time at which it was voted to offer ,the senior lit class, and Vernon F
[ ran iaindemnity to the theater own ers Hillry, '23-'25L, nreshdcut of the sti
for the damage done. The latter, dent council, will lead the procession
however, refused to accept paymcent The line of march will be as follows
Poor weather conditions forced the and were satisfied with the assurance -from the auditorium across the stren
sale of the "HWsterical Nnber" of the that."rushes" would not occur in the. and east on North University avent
Gargoyle that was to be held yester-. future. to Barbour gymnasium, south on th
day to be postponed until today. The At the "pep" meeting last night, a walk from North University leadin
issue will be sold on the campus and letter from Vernon H. Hillery, 25L, to the diagonal, southwest on th
in the bookstores teday if weather Ipresident of the Student council, re- diagonal to thme medalhion in front<
conditions permit. oe questing that good order be preserved, the library, southeast on the othe
The issue that is officially dedicat- was read and the sophoniore captain diagc-nal from the medallion to ti
ed as a "Historical Number" brigsalso requested his followers not to walk leading past the west side <
ea a.mbe "Horctal Number" brmngs "rush" theaters during the week1 the Ehngineering builing to Sout
a number of ancient facts to a miod-_Uiest vne ot nti ~
ern light. "The Slip-Shod History of -eMill 1ecconied.Expulsion to SouthUniversity avenue, and eap
God's Land" is one of the larger ar- illry stated last night that as far o South University avenue to Ta
tiles that accomplished this duty by HI
means of recounted incidents of a as possible, the names of those .co.- pan hall where seats have been erec
cerned in the "rush" would be given ed for the taking of pictures of eac
semi-historical nature. to the- central discipline commnittee, of thle classes,.
In the same manner the lives of trm, ases. .
Abraham Lincoln and George Wash- with the recommendation that they be By special arrangement the eng
ington are portrayed, both with a mod- expelled from the University. Tisweers will be allowed to bieak a
en touch. The cover shows a pre - policy, lie stated, will be ,lursued i frcithe line of march on the al
his toich.anTrecorgsmofthie- regard to the affair last night uy, proach to the Ecngineering huiildlir
s ast any that may be attempted in the and to follow on through the El
first evidences of historical develop- future - gineering arch, rejoining the proce
nient on a rock, while a number of A special meeting of the Student sion on South University avenu
poems and general articles follow out council has beer-called at12:30 Members cSphinx and Triangles wi
the general atmosphere. o'clock today, at which the newly act as a guard of honor.
EBTelected members are requested to at- I
,SENIOR. BAL IST1 A1.1 k. tend.:- I Cliiii11Ce Q 'lebra1te HuIli1ation Pa1

ill hold their annual:
Saturday and Surday
ters lake, Saginaw for-
g is a traditional af-


Weeks Promises Safety-
Balboa, MAay 9-(By A.P.)-Secre-
W~ni k caz tld Pams C~ny tsi

Tien Tsin, May 9-(By A.P)
dents and merchants observed Hu
iation Day,r marc ing through
streets in fminstrtion i T

ated in 1903 - with the
e forestry department.-
of the outing is to give
ate foresters some ex-
lines they will follow I
n from the University.
to attend will leave
oil. Any -Jackson ex-
terurban line will stop

Stag tickets for the Senior ball, to tar-'-" veexs t'-"a'"-"am""uanat ei' -"
be held on Friday, May 18. will sell pIoYees they would he protected if anese failu
for $2 it was announced last night zone industries should be leased to mands Tr
by the committee in charge. These private individuals. tels and o
may be obtained from William K. Gal-
braith, '23, 604 So. State Street. There E y tian~ A tuosphere
are also a. limited number of regular
couple tickets remaining which may
be obtained at the same place. urround A rch
Decorations -for the affair will be

u~i1VII5L1dL-u ,lagaI1s
re to reconsider the 21
eaty. Theaters, shops,
tilces were closed.
~itects' Par

Many Urge Namet
Among those who expressed them-j
selves in favor of naming the newl
field house after Coach Yost were:
President Marion L. Burton, Secre-
tary. Shirley W. Smith, Governor
Groesbeck, Senator Ferris, Justice of
the Supreme Court Day, as well as a
majority of the regents of the Uni-I
versity, practically all of the alumni
associations in America, the student
body, and numerous individual alumni,

all times has been solicitous and earn-
i est in advancing the fair fame of
Michigan in the field of athletic en-
I deavor; andw
Whereas, his services in impressing
upon those with whom he came in
contact, ideals of fair play, of clean!
living, and of unselfish giving, has
been a contributing factor in mould-
ing the character of those about him
and in developing a high standard of
collegiate sportsmanship, all of which1
has been of immeasurable value to

rrotessor Limhe has Been a fre
quent contributor to many biologica
journals and has himself served a
managing editor of the Biological Bul
letin and as associate editor of tih
Journal of Experimental Zoology.

'-tWith the ex(
l noon, men will
s At this time a3
- Prof. Filibert1
e department, w
More than S0
Regent Junius
as a guest. Th
j is composed of
'man, and pres
club, L. S. Ba
- and J. V. Wag

The outing is.being;one by the Blu Maize flower shop.F tn
the Forestry club and The dance will be formal. Decorations for the annual spring
apartment._ _ _formal dance of student architects
ception of Saturday TO AY L AST OPPOlTUNiTY which is to be held tomorrow eve-
TOk Gern aETNYSIAI RECEIPTS ning in Barbour gymnasium were put
barbecue will 'be held. up yesterday by the committee. The
Roth, of the forestry finishing touches in adorning the gym-
vill be the principal A last opportunity for those per- 1
sons who have lost their 'Ensian pay- nasium for the party will be added
ment receipts to obtain duplicates has today and tomorrow,
campers are expected. been announced by those in charge at The decorative scheme is Egyptian,I
E. Beal is to attend the publication, who say that dupli- and the entire gymnasium is to be ;
hcommittee i hre tepbiain h a htdpi a facsimile of one of the oldl build-[
f Stanle e in charge cates will be given this morning at , st
Stanfley FilLockey Thehair-g'
Stdene ofhe, Forestry the 'Ensian office. No books will be ings of the Nile country. The ceiling,
ident of the Forestry given out unless a receipt or a dupli- or center motif is to be an Egyptians
rrett, '24, commissary, cate is furnished rug with four beautiful lotus flowers,
a-r, in charge of sports. Cateisfur-ished. _on it. From this rug will be sus-

The frieze which is to surround
gymnasium is to consist of 16 pa
or motifs.. These panels will have
designs of the principal arts
scenes of Egypt. Some of the des
which these panels will contain
the Hyperstyle hall at Karnak,
ship of art, the Sphinx, the pot
makers, the gold workers, music,
ishing of the Sphinx, the art buik
and Rameses II.
- Running down to the floor bete

Watch for 'he Dalily Extra
The Daily will publish an ex-
tra Saturday in which complete
returns of the Illinois-Michigan


the division of every two friezes }
be a pilaster at the foot of wh
will be a large lamp with the cht

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