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ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1923

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Attends Series
Ot Conventions

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UIIEIEt PIMPARES EAS
I'OR OPERA INVASIO.N
Homer Heath, general manag-
er of the Union is expected to
leave this morning for the East
where he will complete arrang-
ments for the appearance of the
next Ur.on Opera at a number
of cities.
Roy Hoyer, Arho assisted E.
Mortimer Shuter, Union dramat-
ics director, last year in the ar-
rangement of the Opera dances,
is now in Ann Arbor, and will
remain here for two weeks to
coach the dancers for the next
Opera.

SHATUNG CALLS
rOFF THREATENED
a) 0BNDIT ATTACK
SBRIGANDS AGREE TO RELEASE
SOIME CAPTIVES; OTHERS
AWAIT TERMS
PI RATES SEIZE SHIP;
PASSENGERS ROBBED
Europeans Terrorized; Crew Oyerpow.

SECOND ISSUE OF
OPTIC OUT SOON
The second of the trial editions of'
the Michigan Optic, campus rotogra-
vure magazines, will be sold on the
campus .during the first part of next
week. The issue will contain 16 pages
and will sell at the price of 10 cents.
Announcements of the winners in
the prize contest recently conducted
by the Optic will be contained in the
number as well as a reproduction of
the winning pictures. The cover' will
be a full page photograph taken in
Greece by George Swain and showing
one of the unusual scenes of that
country.

Iin Drop Game WI!
To Ohio SMate Nine| UL1Ll dil
Urbana, III. May 14 (By A. P.)-I..
Carl Lundgren's University of Illinois
baseball teain suffei-ed its third de-
feat of the season when it fell lbefore
the offerings of Hoge Workman of
Ohio State in a six inning encounter
here today. Rain necessitated the
calling of the game, after the Colum- GIBSON hOLDS IN PINCHES
bus team had'scored one run and each LOWING SEVEN HITS,
team had three hits. Ohio State re- SCATTERED
mains second in the Conference stand- ----
ins. SHACKELFORD, VAN
0hio State . 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-13 0 1 BOVEN KNOCK HOR
dh aa.Illinois ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0=-4_ 3 f1 #OV NK OC O

AT 100, MORE
) TO

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NEWS

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orado

ex., May 14-(By A.P.)-
ad and one hundred in-
eported late this after-
uilt of the tornado which
Mitchell county, south
ere,'early today. The in-
the hospital, Methodist
churches and many priv-
re.
hurt so seriosuly that
are expected. The tor-
d on Mitchell'county be-
o'clock this morning and
of its victims in bed. It
ings and left death and
wake for many miles.
For Seven Miles
ith of Westbrook, it con-
ven miles through the'
assed just west of Tor-
deaths were in more or
arms. Citizens of towns
rm swept area rushed
visions and relief sup-

JOURlNALISTS HEAR'
NEWSPAPER" WRITER'

-Photo by Rentschler.
Professor Emil Lorch
Prof. Emil Lorch, of the architecture
college, is attending a series of con-
ventions in Washington this week.
Professor Lorch is president of the
association 'of the collegiate schools
of architecture.

James i1. Miller Says That Day
Personal Joural is is
Past

of

PAPERS ASk NOTORIETY, NOT
MERIT FROII TEIR WRITERS

,y 14.--Fifty
thout 100 in-
>lorado City,
ept this sec-
s telephoned

ton Cut
as received com-
a cut off, due to
ie and telegraph

'orst damage is 40 miles from
ings, it was reported. It is
damage to crops and cattle
and that the loss of life and
r is heavier in the country dis-
n in the town of Colorado City,
g to the unconmfirmed reports.
Y OF LIF" WILL
TOPI OFBIO IST

Speakling on "Personality in Journ-
alism", James Martin Miller, promin-
ent" journalist and war correspond-
nt and an "old time newspaper man",
CAIPITAL HEETIN gvethe students in the department of
journalism who gathered in Univer-
sity hall yesterday afternoon an idea
Series of Architect Conventions Call of what lies ahead of them when they
Local Mait To I enter the "newspaper game".
Washington Mr. Miller believes that the day oft
personal journalism is past. He said
FORACECRELANLL PAGEA1T that it is possible for newspaper edi-
tors to d~ifer on political and eco-
Prof. Emil Lorchi, of the arehitec- noniic questions and at the same timeI
ture college, is attending a series of ren oe personal friends.
conventions in Washington this week. "No newspaper today has an out-
Yesterday Professor Lorch attended standing personality, as in the day
the convention of the association of of Horace Greeley," said Mr. Miller.
collegiate schools of architecture, of I -leIpointed out the difference between
which lie is president. This associa- editorial methods of the past and those
tion is composed of the leading rec- of the present.tt
ognized architectural schools of the 7' The newspaper today is a matter
country. of great amounts of capital and of
The session will be continued to- great mechanical skill". Mr. Miler
day. The American Institute of said when speaking of the better al-t
Architects will meet tomorrow, Thurs- ; aries paid to those engaged in the
day and Friday. Professor Lorch is a mechanical and financial side of run-
member of the committee on regis- ning a newspaper, as compared to the
tration laws of this body. The na- money earned by the editors and writ-
tional council of architectural regis- ers. He gave credit to these better
tration meets on Saturday and of this paid individuals,: however, and ap-
organization Professor Lorch Is a plauded the American mechanical skill
member of the executive committee. that has made the modern newspaper
Elaborate plans have been made by possible.
the American Institute of Architects
for a ceremonial pageant to be held
Friday evening At this pageant the
institute intends to confer upon Henry
Bacon, architect of the Lincoln me--E
morial,. its gold medal and highest,
lionor. It is planned that President i
Harding will present the medal as T
the climax of the pageant. A great . The dat of the reception for Mr.
part of official 'Washington will be and Mrs. Gustav Hoist which was to
present at the presentation. have been held at the home of Presi-
dent and Mrs. Marion L. Burton to-
morrow afternoon, has been changed
UANEC IE LU T'C lIS UAt that time, anyone interested in
Tmeeting the distinguished English
composer, who has come to this coun-

cred; Steamer Sails 24 Hours and '
Is Abandoned
Washington. May 14--(By A.P.)--
The m;litary government of Shan-
tung, the state department was ad.
vised today by Consul John Davis, has
verbally agreed to call off the attack
on the bandits.
Peking, May 14-(Tiy A.P.)-A cuu-
ference Saturday night between rep-
resentatives of the railway bandits
and the Peking government resulted in
agreement by the brigands to release
some of their captives immediately
and to free the remainder when their,
terms-including the withdrawal of
troops-were complied with, the miii-
istry of communications announced
yesterday.
Hong Kong, May 14-(By A.P.)-
European passengers were amongs
those terrorized and robbed when thej
Chinese steamer Taishun was seized
near Swatow Saturday by pirates, who{
disguised as passengers, overpoweredi
the crew, sailed the ship nearly 24
hours at night without lights and fin-
ally left here yesterday at the mouth
of a small creek; transferring to a
junk loot valued at $60,000.
Expect :ore. Than 50 Prep cl.ool,
Publication Men at Pies'is
Convention
S.I(2A I)E'LTA 01II GETS
REPLIES TO INVITATIONS SENT
More than 250 managing editors,
business managers, upper staff mem-
bers, and faculty advisers of state
high school publications are expected
to be in Ann Arbor on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this week
to attend the second annual Michi-
gan Interscholastic Press association
convention.-
Invitations were sent out last week

MA1CKE1NZIE SCORES,
MATERIA9LISTIC A6E
Professor to Speak Again Today On
"Our' Contemnporary Outlook in
Philosophy"
PHI LOSOPHER DEPLORES OVER-
EMPHASIS ON INDUSTRIALISM'
Development of the subject of the
government of the community as a
unit but recognition of the three funda-
mental aspects of life by this govern-
ment was the main theme of a speech
by Professor John Stuart Mackenzie
of the philosophy department of the
University of Wales in Natural Science
auditorium yesterday afternoon.
After an introduction by Prof. Rob-
ert M. Wenley of the philosophy de-
partment Professor Mackenzie an-;
nounced as the subject of his speech
the "Threefold Commonwealth". The!
title was suggested by a book of that
name written by Rudolph Steiner and
means the threefold aspects of social
organism. They are, the teaching as-
pect, the legal .and military aspect,
and the industrial aspect.?
There has been an overemphasis in
the industrial side of life he explain-',
ed except in .Germany in which the
dominancy of the state received emph-
asis. What should be brought out is!
the unity of the commmoniealth and'
the fact that it has three main distinc-
tions. In order to do this Professor
Mackenzie suggested a plan in whichi
the government consisted of two bod-
ies. One being the popular body elect-
ed by the people and the other con-
sisting of a group of expert advisors
on the industrial, legal and spiritual
needs of the nation.
Today Professor Mackenzie will;
speak on "Our Contemporary Out-'
look in Philosophy" at 2 o'clock in
Room B Law bihilding. A smoker will
be given him by members of the Phil-
osophy department at the home of
Dean Alfred H. Lloyd of the Graduatei
school.

Batteries: H. Workman and Marts;
Roettger and Siemonich. yew :Iern (Com eThrough as S
As 3fichigan Team Secure
Fourteen Hits
BURTON TOlOIN CONFERENCE STA NDIN
PH E higan ..1.p... ....... 5 0
Ohio State............3
.Illinois...............6
Minnesota.,.......2
National Educational Fraternity Will t Wisconsin . ............, 3 2
Initiate President Today Purdue.2............. 2
at Pinckney Iowa ................ 24
Indiana...............1
P'RO INENT' IEN TO BE Northwestern .. ...2
PRESENT AT CEREMONY Chicago.............. 1G
President Marion L. Burton will he Special to The Daily
initiated into Phi Delta Kappa, pro-
fessional honorary educational fra- Iowa City, Iowa, March 14.-
ternity, at a meeting of the organiza- gan continued in its chase aft
tion which is to be held this evgning feren.ce baseball championshl
at the town of Pinckney, about 30 ors today by adding the Iowa d
miles north of Ann Arbor. aggregation to' its list of victim:
Members of the fraternity plan to +Hawkeyes were forced to take t
meet at Tappan hall at 3:45*o'clock er end of a seven to four sco
and will go to Pinckney by automobile. son's masterful hurling and co
The initiation will be held at about pinches, together with a hea
5:30 o'clock and the ceremonies will rage of extra base clouts, be
take place in the woods near Pinck- sponsible for the Wolverine t
ney. They will be followed by a Beginning with the second
baseball game between the students $ the game was Michigan's, Iom
and faculty members of the frater- ig completely to halt the Ml
nity. President Burton will play sec- Blue onslaught. Two circuit
ond base on the faculty team. added gusto to the battle, Va
After the initiation and ball game who took -aggerty's post at
the members will attend a banquet, coming through with a four ba
served by the Pinckney Ladies Aid at to deep left center in the thir
the Masonic Temple. Paul A. Rehmus, ing Ash and Shackleford. Shac
'23, is to preside at the banquet and came through with a long ho
Herold C. Hunt, '23Ed, will give an right field in the seventh w:
address of welcome. F. A. Curtus, bases empty.
of the Detroit. Teachers College, and . Is., n Hols
Prof. George E. Meyers, of the depart- 'Eddie" Gibson again pro
ment of vocational education. are to niastery of the sphere, confni
present a number of educational prob- }{awkeye batting total to a
leis peculiar to their particular fiel'd. seven hits, just one half 'of the
Prof. Boyd Henry Bode, head of the igan total. Several times li
department of education at Ohio State, himself in .difficult places, bu
and several' other members of the ened up when Iowa threate
fraternity from various parts of the score. He kept his hits se
country have arranged to be present and thanks to good fieldingh
Sat the initiation and banquet.opponents to a meagre four ru
die" also accounted for two 1:
of them good for two bases.
The Wolverine sluggingr
1uNu ENGINEERS HOL rammed its way through the I
Tense, Blott joinig with Shac
for high honors with three hi
SURt L U~mi TUI U "Addie" Klein held his own
field and also came through v
The black-and-white-coated mem- hits.
bers of the junior engineering clan Scantelbury was high man
I will -hold their annual Barton Danm Hawkeyes, slanmming the pill I
pow-wow tonight on the banks of the bases in the seventh with two
Huron. For conveyance they have base.
procured trucks, which will leave the Coach Lay Fisher will send
Eugineering Arch at 5:30 o'clock this to the mound tomorrow .h
afternoon. Maize and I3lue, on its return
Members of the clan will be given Ann Arbor, faces the Kalama
an opportunity to display their ath- fit.

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C. E. McCLUNG TO
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Unity

" will be the topic
e to be delivered
Erwin McClung,
id head of 'the de-
at the University
8 o'clock this eve-
1 Science auditor-
luing conies to the

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by Sigma Delta Chi, professional 4
journalistic fraternity, under whose J U auspic tie convention is to beUheld, UL
to 93 schools in' the state and to date
14 schools have replied making a T T O
total of' 109 delegates who are to at-
tend the meetings. Senior ball tickets arc reported to
Registration for the delegates will}enornhal taerepredo
take place from 9 to 2 o'clock Tlhurs- be'going fast and there are only
day in the Union and the convention few now available it was announcedI
sessions will begin at 2 o'clock that by the ticket committee yesterday.t

ith

first of
subject
mII to the F
'lo>k thi
the Natu

tie efforts of the try to conduct the premiere ofhis day. The sessions will be held in Tickets can be obtained in University
"Hymn of Jesus" at the May Festi- Union. The convention will be openedyk
g will deliver two BRIILIA\T PLAYING VFEATUTRES ' val Thursday, will have an oppor- Thursday afternoon with various in- hl today om toe cockmtoday
g his disit here. GAME; COTEST EI))S WITH tunity to'doso. troductory speeches by press men of ' ri ay of te commnitteemen..
more technical na- SCORE 3 TO 3 Since his arrival in Ann Arbor, Mr. the state. Prices are $3.75 per couple and $2.00
arily for advanced Hoist has been engaged in the comi- Will Hold Discussions forstags.
but to which (Special The Daily) position of a new work- a "Fugal mIn the meetings which will be hel students to believe that a senior re-
id. HIe will also Pittsburgh, Pa., May 14.-By w 1 Concerto" for flute and oboe with during the entire day on Friday, busi-ci
of the department ming both matches in the doubles, string ac!ompaniment. Those who iess sessions and various discussion ception will be held aiter thie date
its in consultation Carnegie Tech was able to tie Michit attend tie reception will hear te groups will le assembled. Members of the ball. This is not the case this
gan's tennis team 3-3 in the opening composition performed for the first of the staffs of University publica- I year. The ball supplants te former
s technical talks affair of the Wolverine's eastern time under the direction of the com- tions reception and will betimelast social
e Chromosomes in jaunt. poser. the discussion. Friday night the high event of tihe class of '23 this year.
e," will be given at Michigan held victory within her school editors will be the guests of rcgetand Brunswick record orcahes-
afternoon in room grasp in the deciding doubles match the University at the Cap Night cere- Bra nr
Science building. hen Merkle and Rorick had Schwartz flmonies. tras.
Sk, Professor Mc- and Hausauer match-point twice, but ,COMMT EUEILL In the closing sessions on Saturday
"The Chromosomes the Carnegie pair pulled out of a inmorning, a final, business meeting '23 ENGINEERS MEET
Individual" at 4:15 scenmingly hopeless predicament and wI llbe held. In the afternoon the ---
afternoon in the won 3-6, 6-4, 11-9. LLLIU LI L delegates will be the guests of the Senior engineers will hold a class 1
Captain Rorick lost the only singles Athletic association at the finals in Iimeeting of importance at 11 o'clock t
American Associa- match for Michigan, O'Connel beat- Edward M. Fox, '25t:, was elected the interscholastic track meet and the today in room 348 of the engineering
cement of Science, ing him 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. .Merkle defeated chairman of the Engineering Honor ; Minnesota baseball game. A banquet building. It will be the last regular
is a member of Schwartz, 6-4, .6-i; Kline, had hard committee for the mig year at the will be held at the Union Saturday meeting of the class and plans will
mtific societies and going with Keil, but won 6-4, 1-6, annual elections meeting of the stu- night at which time cups will be pre- be made at that time for the alumni
ction of presiding 7-5; and Zemon took over Hausauer dent dis'ciplinary body held yesterday sented to the schools having the best organization of the class. The senior
Zoological Society ! 6-3, 5-7, 6-3. The other doubles match afternoon in the Engineering society annual publication, the best monthly. class outing which was postponed last,
was lost by Jerome and Kline to rooms. E. H Andrews, '25E, was and the best weekly -or bi-weekly- week will be fixed definitely for some E
O'Connel and Keil, 7-5, 2-6, 6-1. chosen as secretary-treasurer for the Romn at Fraternities time within the next week at the
Michigan plays Penn State today at same period. Men who attend the convention will meeting this morning and all mem-
State College. I Choice was also made of a senior be housed at various fraternity and hers are most urgently requested tos
PO Arepresentative, John Polhamus, '24 be- rooming houses. Women will be given be present.
ing chlosen to act in this capacity. It rooms in league houses.'
B I SUCCS COMEDY CLUBTO MEET was decided that the annual banquet Faculty members and townspeople Singer Dies in Chicago .
of the organization would be held next 1 who can give lodging to guests are' Chicago, May 14 (By A. P.)-Fu-
---week, asked to notify the committee in neral arrangements for Gustav 1-om-
f the Fathers' Day Conmedy club will holds its final Calvin Campbell. '24E, is the re- charge. On account of the May Fes- quist, Swedish singer who died in a
st Friday and Sat- I meeting of the year at 7:30 o'clock tiring chairman of the Honor con- tival, the committee reports that the taxi Saturday, are being completed.I
on have been nu- this evening, when all the! memberstmittee. rooming situation is critical and that. Holmquist had been decorated by the
ccording to reports of the organization will gather in co-operation is needed in order that king of Sweden and had appeared on
ultitude of fathers Sarah Caswell Angell hail for a busi- Freshmen LJts Urged to Pay Dues the high school editors may be housed. I Ann Arbor May Festival programs.

letic prowess in the games which willI
follow and abundant feed. Canoe tilts
and field events of all varieties have-'
been arranged for. -"Milo Ohiphlant,j
'24E, is in charge of the plans for'
the affair.
C UOOPOLITN CUB TO

Michigan
Uteritz, ss. .......
Kipke, c.f.......
Ash, l.f. ........
liackleford, lb.
Van Boven, 2b.'....
Klein, r.f.......
Paper, 3b.......
Blott, c.........

Al 1 H -10
5 0 1 3
4 .0 0 3
5 1 1 1
5 4 3 13
S1 1 1
4 0 2 2
4 0 1 0
4 1 3 4
4 0 2 0

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Box Score

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BE GUESTS OF C4 OF C, I
i Totals........
Iowa
Fred Hediger, '25E, a native of Locke, lb.......
Switzerland, will speak to the memii- Poepsel, l.f......
bers of the Chamber of Commerce at Scantlebury, s.s. ..
the weekly luncheon meeting to be I-ic1ks, 3b,......
held at noon today. The program will Laude, c.f.......
feature the Cosmopolitan Club of the Hulburt, 2b......
University, 14 members of which will Chaulapka, 2b.....
be present at the luncheon. Barton, r.f. ......
Carlton F. Wells, of the rhetoric de-: -arret, c.......
partment is to preside at the meeting. Duhni, 1......
A number of native songs by the rep- Marshall, p......
resentatives of the foreign nations and *Thaompso,....,...
an exhibitnon of jiu-jitsu by Japanese

4

38 7 14 27 13
ABRHOA
5 1 1 8 1
5 1 0 10}
'4 0 2 3 4
4 1 1 3 0
4 0 1 3 0
2 0 0 1 1
2 0 0 1 -0
3 0 1 2 0
0 0 4 3
1 0 0 11 0
1 1 0 0 2
1 0 1 0 0
35 4 7 27 11

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Students will make. up the ler:ogramx.
Fred Hediger is to speak on "The
Purpose of the Cosmopolitan Club."
Suggest School Improvement
Grand Rapids, May 14 (By A. P.)--
A. comprehensive scheme for grade
separaton will be presented to theE
city council here within the next two
months. -
Anierican Killed in Airplane Fall
Amiens, France,,May 14 (By A. P.)
-Six persons including a New Yorker,

Totals..........

Summary: Two base hits, Gil
three base hits, Blott, Scantlel
honme runs, Van Boven, Shackle
base on balls, off Gibson 4; off
shall 1; struck out by Gibson
Duhm 1; by Marshall 3. 'Double
- Scantlebury to Locke.
Chinese Students to Get Job
Monroe, May 14 (By A. P.)-A
her of young Chinese students
be placed in positions with local :
1 comnanies soon.

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