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XXXIII. No. 167





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AT 7~ VUIAt U2( U
Theater Owners of Ann Arbor Open
Doors to Students Regardless
of Class
Cap Nigbt, marking the assing of
another freshman class into the rank
of sophomores' an'd the "beginning of
the end" of the college year, will be
celebrated by the entire University
tonight. The burning of the pots and
toques by the yearlings, which comes
at the end i' the ceremony, will mean
that every class in the University, has
advanced one step in rank.
Sleepy Hollow, which is east of the
new University hospital, will again
be the scene of Cap Night. The class-
es will form promptly at 7 o'clock to-
night at their respective places on. the
northeast corner of the campus and
from there will march in line. to the
hollow. The Cap Night exercises will
begin at 7:30 o'clock.
The march will be led by the Var-
sity band. The seniors will head the
procession in Caps and Gowns follow-
od by the rest of the classes In order.
The line of march to the field will be
as follows: from Barbour gymnasimn
to Twelfth street, north on Twelfth
street to Huron street,-east on Hur-
on street to Glen ,avenue, north on
Glen avenue to Ann street, and east
on Ann street to Sleepy Hollow.
Through thecourtesy .of the man-
agers of the local theaters, free mov-
ipg picture .shows will be shown at
the Arcade, Majestic, Wuerth and Or-
pheum theaters after the regular ex-
; ises at Scepy .Hollow. Any stu-
dent Irrespective of class mayaattend
any of the four theaters. The shows
at the Arcade and the Majestic have
been sehured especially for the occa-
sion and the same films are to be
shown at both theaters. It is the de-
sire of the Student council that the
students show their appreciation of
this courtesy and observe order in en-
f tering and leavidig the theaters.
Lee A. White to Speak
Lee A. White, '10, of the Detroit
News, who has been' chosen as the
alumnus speaker, will deliver the ha-
al address of the evening. Mr. White
is a former Managing Editor of The
Michigan Daily and was prominent on
the campus as a .student here. His
speech will come at the end of the
ceremonies. Prof. Wiliam D. Hen-
derson of the University extension di-
vision will give the opening speech
of the evening. This will followsongs
and cheers which will be led by the
Varsity band' and cheerleaders. The
entire assembly will have a part in the
songs and cheering. At tji s time
Coach Fielding H. Yost will award
t4ie "M" blankets to 14 seniors. Fob
lowing the presentation of the blank-
ets Ross A. McFarland, '23, student
representative for Cap Night, will
speak. ' ' I
Coach Yost will present "' blank-
ets to the following seniors' who have
won two "M"'s in some one major
sport prior to their graduation this
June: Paul G. Goebel, Robert Knode,
Douglas Roby, William J. Van Orden,
Meyer Paper, John Shackleford, How-
ard J. Liverance, Nelson Joyner,
Adolph Klein, Theodore Bank, Frede-
ric Sanchez, Charles D. Sargent, Ver-
non Parks and Frank Czysz. The
blankct won 1py the late Bernard Kirk
will be .delivered to his parents by
Coach Yost in person
S5peciads to Run for Festival Crowds
Special arrangements are being
made by the Detroit, Jackson and
Chicao division of the Detroit United
Lines to run interurban cars between
Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Jackson for
the May Festival. These cars will
be run this afternoon and evening,
tomorrow night and probably tomor-
row afternoon..

Why not get your. money'S
worth of service out of your tel-
ephone? Many girls are waiting
at the telephone office to give
you this service and it gives
them the greatest of pleasure to
connect you with us because
i hart knew .,' +h..honplit to 'uoi of




Michiganensians will be given out
for the last time today to students
holding receipts for payment to the
year book. The books will be distrib-
uted from 9 to 5 o'clock from thej
booth in the 'lower floor of the iib-
At the end ,of this period of time all
of the books that are remaining' in
the hands of the editors will be giv- LITEitAN
en to .the students who are on the GAJ
waiting list for the year books. There
are at present approximately 50 names
on this. list which is more than enough u.L 'TT
to care for all of the 'Ensians that INJ
remain to be given out.
Frzidl "
FOR SENIOR BA leading tl
091[tories an
ThALAr Orcat-rna4 S cUred. it T a r- ies yeste

Visitors of the. University and
townspeople who desire to attend the
athletic contests today and tomorrow
will be admitted by special tickets
which will give entrance to two events.
ticket booth at the field.
The price of the ticket which gives
--- admission to the preliminaries of the
WE TO PITCH OPi' N1 interscholastic track meet and theC ' I T n I , 610' N TO RU LEmi est ga e od y s$ . ''h r
E; GIBSON TO IIUltL Minnesota game today is $1. There
TOMOIROW will be ho tickets sold for today's in- SIVMA DELTA ChT ARItAN(ES
d4vidual events. The ticket giving ad- .NTERT.AIhI ENT FOR
F, SIH ACKL1F)RD mission to tomorrow's baseball gameGUEITS'
UR D MAY BE OUT and the finas of the track meet will
sell for $1.50. Tickets for the second
-- Minnesota contest also may be pro- GROUPS WILL RECEIVE
A harteld to Bear Burden cured for $1. JOURNALISM LECTURES!
Twirling for Watrous'
Iiamond Men
Haies Urges Publications To Break
n's Varsity baseball team, AwayFrom Accepted
he Conference with five vic- StandardsI
d no defeats, held its last
prior to the Minnesota ser- UUTalkes by Donal Hamilton Haines
day afternoon and will facefand E G Burrows of the journalism




The Daily will publish a sports
extra tomorrow which wil con-
tain the full story of the' Min-
nesota base ball game on Fer-
ry field, the tennis match with
the United States ?naval academy
and the Interscholastic track and
field meet finals. The Daily will
appear on the streets following
the final events staged on Ferryn

Detroit Eitrants Slated
Because of Predominj




Uiiklh Danciers 111th the Gop'hrs at 4:05 o'clock today
i us in the first of the two game series..
The Wolverines got back on the dia-
mond yesterday after a layoff on Wed-
CUSTO nesday due to rain and cold weather.!
Pil" lOTE.D i'II 1'OLR~lt jWith thre- gaines played over last
week-end the men were tired and en-
Decorations for Michigan's irst an- 3 joyel the day of rest. The practice
nual senior ball are now in place in the yesterday was snappy and the men
combined gymnasiums where the ' were given a stiff workout by CoachI
event is to be held, this evening. Ray Fisher.

h1oSt s"'Hyimn of Jesus"
Outstanding Feature of

UI 1.' . . 111 w t 1z Ju l" ~
r department and C.. S. Boothy of Chi-
Prov es -
cago were the main features of the'
first meeting of the Michigan Inter-I


Hillery Triuisfers Chair 1o
-President-Elect For
Coming Year

Ii elI~',

setioiastic tress associaion new yes-
IIUNGARIAN VIOLIN PRODIGY terday afternoon in the Union. More
than 200 managing editors, business
By Buth howell and Harold Ehrlic managers, upper staff members, and
Never in the history of concerts in faculty advisers of high school cdi-
Ann Arbor has such a musical offer- 1 tors rei tered yesterday for their-

Student government at the Univer-
sity was formally taken over by the
new Student council with John W.
Kelly, '241, as itS head last night when.
;Vernon F. Hillery,-'25L, president of,
the old council transferred the chair
and reins of government over to the
newly elected councilmen.
All business pending action by the
old council and all the official duties
prescribed by the constitution as those
of the new Student council are now
in the hands of the nine men elected
by campus ballot on May 2 and thel
threo ex-officio members. This bodyl
elected for. next year will work for
the remainder of this year ii, connec-
tion with .the members of the old

Striking cont
orange have b
main color sche
The draping co
of the effects ii
ters in the lar
walls and ceilin
blue covered b
the main color,
Three orchest
for the affair..
dance record or
dance orchestra
cured for the b
Waterman gymn
wick record o
the smaller hal
The ball will
o'clock and the
until-'3 o'clock.
precede the
dances. Dress

rasts in black and Minnesota looms,'up as one of the --g s
een arranged as the strongest contenders for Conferenceg second May Festivalt concert. Fromsecondat
It ojhes hve ng ben race a tha .o, lst i sbeing held nhere tis eekiend aunnder
tme in the decorations. honors this year. The Gophers have eo Mist Fnotetoteiv last it
aills for the gathering lost only one game thus far in thie#xm
glorious contribution of inspiring mu- the auspices of Sigma Delta Cihi, na-
nto three central clus- season and with victories over some sic, perect conducting and flawless tional professional journalistic - fra-
ger gymnasium. The of the other strong teams in the Big performance. Ovation after ovation aiternity.f
gs will be draped with Ten bids fair to give thye Wolverines greeted both soloists and conductors, The delegates were welcomed by
y. streamers following a race for theflagthis y ear. For hue the Choral Union has never done Herbert S. Case, '23, presidenat of the!
scheme. this reason Coach Fisher has been fine work. The program was of a Michigan chapter of Sigma Delta Chi,
tras have been secured priming his two star pitchers for thesr t ,din the Opening session. In address-
Royou~ nature, the solid music of inteozigssin nades
Roy Bargee's Victor two games today and tomorrow. How-i- that will never die-Bach,
chestra and the Union ard Liverance veteran hurler,' is lat- ualit tMwndelssln, andiolst, i the rhighschoolsDonal Hamilton Haines
a,. the third group se- ed to take the moundtoday while Ed- Contemporary British composer. It urged that high so ool publications
.all, will be located in die Gibson will get tomorrow's assign- casprobably th biggest thing of its attempt to break away from the ac-i
inasium. The Bruns- ment if his arm has sufficiently im- iins ever heard heres tcptet standards and to set up them
rchestra will play in -;proved. The small Wolverine, pitch-' i e copositin is to singled for themselves. ae pointed out that
L. er has been suffering all week with It any msition ism to esg f" the school papers are too liable to
begi prmpty a 10a sore armz but it is hoped to -get him out, it must b~e"The Hymn of Jesrustesho aesar o ibet.
begin wroiltlyatnu roredmp int isihop to start he the work wh ich Gistav Hoist came accept the -same stereotyped forms
Ngrandillac w ill second contest wnith t ophers. If from England to direct and for which and use them for all issues. "Prob-
No grand march wfh sod fato ic around Pa Ann Arbor has been waiting for lems are different in various schools
regular poralm of he should fai to con around Pat: weeks. Most assuredly it- surpassed and they demand different solutions,"
will be foral and no O'Hara will probably start for theVr- e tations as toform, mood, ha he said. Mr. Burrows continued the
e wIrltdfosoty. mony and performance. Mr. H-lolst discussion of school papers, advising
)rextdi Slated for liound- ikt ihacnns n eev the delegates as. to the. size- of the
~~rauai~~n It is expected that F'riedl will start directs ith a calmness and reserve th eeae s-tot--sz'o h
ItTEA" in eboxfod M a. e o that is impressive, his orchestra and humor column, the -handling of news,
in the box for Minnesota. The or chorus alet for his ever comand. and the ^ change of 'editors. R. A.
erners have 'twodeiiendable battery The performance was superb in a Brown, '24, presided. An open dis-
men and no doubt the other man, Hart- variety of vocal work from the con- cussion followed, questions being
~VtIIIKE;?feld will face the Wolverines tomor- tat of emphatic loud and soft at- the two speakers.
r.Hv gt itack of the glorias to the rhythm su- . oothiy Speaks
- Michigan goes into the series badpreme of the elegiac dance. Mr. C. S. Boothy, vice-president of.
Pa., May 17-(By A. ly handicapped by injuries. The team( Composition Unique the Jahn and Ollier Engraving cor-
i tennis team suffered which goes on the field today Will l-
The other composition by Mr. Holst pany of Chicago spoke before the dele-
at the hands of Swarth- be considerably changed from that ion the program, "A Dirge for Two! gates at 4:00 o'clock. In discussing
erday. The final score which Michigan supporters saw when veterans" was a unique and interest- the' problems that faced the editors
ee, the Wolverines win- the Varsity played Iowa here last in work, for male chorus and an or- of high school publications, he stress-
les and one doubles 'week. Jack Blott, the regular receiv- g chestra accopaniment of only seven ed the great need of co-operation be-'
er who struck his batting stride istr atceenbusinesanager and editor
of the ,afternoon was while on the recent trip to Illinois nrunseurging both to unite their efforts a.nd
Erna RubiTstein, youthful Hungar- u
or.t ltt:.,nigan.- a' nuelt-._an_.iow.. 1nas. c..o . ~n- a hifiit iI; itfle.emirts, .+..v,+meIm' cnfiaui ht. l

What promises to be. the big
event of its kind ever held in Mi
gan will take place when athl
from twemt y- seven different -
sch'ools meet in the tweity-third In
scholastic track and field meet
Ferry Field this afternoon and toi
row. More ,than 300 prep tracks
will compete in the prelimina
which start at 2:00 o'clock this a
noon, the largest number that
ever comnneted in such a meet
Michigan. Trials will be run oft
every event except the mile run
those surviving will compete in
finals at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow a
The feature of the meet this
will be the performances of te
which are coming from outside
Michigan. Gunnison high schoo
sending a lone entry all the way f
Colorado, confident of two :or t
places while several Illinois scl
and one Ohio school will alsc
represented by squads reputed t
Byron Hewitt, the lone star
the Rocky Mountain district is
tered in both the hurdles and
high jump and has good chance
placing in all three events if I
in condition. Lagrange high sc
of Lagrange, Illinois, is expecte
press all of the Michigan sclool
the State championship this
with a well balanced combinatic
eight stellar performers. Muelle
the Lagrange , aggregation, who
the quarter mile at the Illinois I
scholastics last year with a timn
53 seconds can be depended upt
place well up among the firs
his event. Williams, star weight
who has heaved the shot 44 feet
Cummings who does the mile in
are other members of the Illinois
school squad who are expected to
ner points.
. Detroit high schools will sta:
good chance of beating out the sq
from the other states because of
large number of men they wil
abe to enter. More than 100 athi

council. Next fall it will begin its corsages will b
official term of office.
Action was taken by the new con-
cil last night urging students to reel-
procate the courtesy of theater own-
ers who have offered free moving
picture shows to the students after LOOSEST
the Cap Night ceremonies.

Alpha Nit debating society initiated'
three new men at their meeting last
night. in !he Alpha Nu room on the
fourth floor of University hail. The
men were R E. Fisher, '25, A. J.j
Paul, '25L, and M. L. Niehuss, '24. -
Officers for next year were also
installed. They are: E. H. Salzman,
'25, president; E. Corley, '25, vice-I
president; E. Owen, '24, secretary; J.I
J. Dunn, '26, treasurer; and Norman
Johnson, '2GM, oratorical ' delegate.j
Three men were elected to honorary
miembership: Earl Boxwell, '23L, J. K.
Brumbaugh, '25L, and F. R. Allaben,
'25L. .
Arrangements for the banquet to
be held next Saturday night are in
the hands of Norman Johnson, '25,
who is chairman of. the social com -
mittee and will act as toastmaster at r
the banquet. The speakers will be
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, Prof R. D.
T. Hollister, and Mr. Carl G. Brandt,
all of public speaking department.
V ',
Vulcan, Fire God,
Returns To Earth
Vulcan, god of fire and of the forge
,;turned to earth when Vulcans, sen-
ior engineering honorary society in-!
itiated yesterday summoned by the
insistent clamor of ringing anvils,
When the God appeared., the rhythmic j
beating ceased, the hammers fell from
the nerveless hands that had been
wielding them for four hours, and
ten engineers trembled under the
stern and silent gaze of the divinity.
It was the answer of the god to their
helpless pleas for him to join them.
With him they journeyed to the un-
derworld, even to the depths of Hades
where in the home of Vulcans itself,
they received the tokens that made
them followers of Vulcan.
, Like Aeneas they braved the dan-
gers of the underworld, the snarling,
Cerberus and Hydra, like Aeneas they
1 crossed the river Styx,-rowed by Char-
I on, boatman of the river of Death.
Here they met Prometheus, benefactor
of the whole human race, here they

its first defeat a
more here yest
was four to thre
ning two sing
The feature
between' Merke?
zer of Swartim
ping ins three se
Iinton defeated
captain, by 1.1-
overcame Seyn
mon lost to B
Dudley defeate
In the double
Rorich defeate
6-4, 0-6, 6-3.
came through t
next match: tak
Kline and Jeror
Michigan's a;
the strong Lel
this afternoon.


of Michigan and Zelt-; and Iowa. has contracted a slight at azvoi rdgnx nee n
ore, the former win- tack of blood poisoning and -will be vitoliper that supreme confidence
s by 5-7, 64, and 7-5. unable to play this afternoon. While which soon proved to be so character-
Rorich, the Wolverine the poisoning is not serious it is suf- stic of her playing and personality.
and 9-7 while Kline -ficiemit to keep the husky catcher out stic chs stewrkdsie 0
cur 9-7, 5-7, 7-5, Ze- of the contest. Swanson will no doubt She he as the work destined to
dge by 6-4, 8-6, and take ca'e of the receiving duties. overworked Mendelssohn Concerto In
Jerome by 6-2, 6-3. Shackleford May Not Play - ovror. Hendssonnce to n
>matches Mer'kel and Th- lgiiiyofBbEn~eh, minor. H-er assurance, poise, and l
tes Linn The emebigibility of Bob.Kode has aove all, that tonal quality which
Zeltzer -amnd inton caused another recent change in they
Hodge and Seymour lineup sending Shackleford to Knode's borinality and charming youthfulness
r Swarthmore in the ; place at the initial sack while Klein which she so distinctly possesses.
g it by 6-3, 10-8 from ! will fill in at Shack's position in right were very much in evidence as she
e. =.field. It is possible that Shackleford wa med to her task. In the Andente
gregation will meet however may not get into the con- sa
igh team -at Lehigh test because of an injury to his back Climax 'of her power and success.h
which he received in the Illinois game t te Sanctus. Agnus Dci, and -on-
T'{ 1'Of.fthe,1'IInlV I'i fcn Ius'dDl Iii LIIV jULY

the efforts of thieir statts. oo o
ten does a publication find itscV
against the wall because- there is
lack of plan in the administration
of the magazine. It is important that

the editor should know what the busi- will come from Detroit altog
ness manager does, and vice versa." among them some of the best c-
Mr. Boothy urged the planing of a performer.3 in Michigan.
budget for both staffs. Hester of Detroit Northern w
The editors attended the Majestic of . the dashes last year' promis
theater last night as the guests of ress every other entry for first
the management and after the show iin the two short distance races
were shown through The Michigan together with a dozen other Es
Daily plant in the Press building. -entries will make a strong stai
Aound table discussiou groups will defense of the champioinship tied
be' held all day today in the Union. last year with Detroit Eastern. I
All advisers will meet at 8:30 o'clock nip and Northrop of Detroit N
P'f Jln T h, , L ru'inm western are two other mon ho s


I last Saturday. He wayeu.ln the Iowa.

Prof. C. W. McKenny, of Ypsilanti,
gave a talk on "Birds and the Poets"
at a meeting of the Audubon Society
of the State of Michigan in Memorial
hall yesterday. "We can have the birds
with us all the year if we will only,
commune with the poets," said Prof.
McKenny. "Both the English and
American poets idolize birds and their
poems sing with the music of the,
birds a."
Previous to the meeting a number
of letters to the society from widely
scattered places were read to show
the interest being aroused in bird
preservation. -

tlilt on Monday in spite of the fact
and may start the game this after-
noon if Coach Fisher considers hinm
equal to playing baseball. If not
it is expected the Dillinan will hold
down first base.
Still another change in the line-up
which played here last may come at
second base. I-aggerty also was in-
jured on the recent road trip and if
he has not recovered Van Boven will
- replace him. Van hoven played a nice
game at Iowa after replacing Hagger-
ty and the Wolverine infield will not
Ibe weakned by his presence in the
The other two positions in -the in-
field will be held down by the regu-
lar men JCaptain Uteritz playing in
"te short field and Mike Paper handl-
ing third base. Ash, Kipke and Klein
w. 1 +.,-: ca-- ui LL-e -u-l - ~~a - u^u"

anna, from Bach's B Minor Mass, only im 011O witn I;I U.av U im
highest nraise can be given. Miss Ma- of the journalism department. Mem-
belle Addison sang the XAgnus Dei. Her bers of the staffs of campus pu1)'ica-
voice is one of ;reservc and control, and tions will .lead the other groups.
yet of great range both of tone and Hold Discussion Groups
feeling. Earl V. Moore conducted the At 8:30 o'clock the following groupsI
performance most ably, and his work wil meet in the Union: News Gatlher
was heartily applauded. Mr. Eric De- ing and Writing, leader. John A. Ba-
tI amarter was at the organ. con,'24, room 302; bookkeeping meth-
Thue Choral and famous Minor Fu- ods, Lawrence H. Favrot, -conference
gue of Bach, arranged for the orches- room; the business. manager's prob-
tra by Abert, was notable. lems, leader, James W. Hume, '23,1
Closing Number in Contrast room 306; art for the annual, leader.
"Good Friday Spell" from "Parsi-' Marion Van Every, '24, room 308,
fatl" strayed, for the most part, writing and arranging ads, C. S.
Wagner in a gentler mnood. It was Hough, '25, conference room. At 10:15
delicate and,.. exquisitely nelodious : o'clock: circulation building, T. I.
and unusually well received. Wolfe, '24, conference roomn; finan-
Dukas' "Sorcerer's Apprentice", con- ! cing your weekly, A. J. Parker, '23,'
&luding the concer was in great con- # conference room; photography, Jos-
trast' to the proceeding numbers, rep- jeph Vlack, '24, conference room; mug-
resenting the fantastic legendary azine editing, E. C. McCobb, '2, room
theme- and atmosphere of the late ro- 304; financing an annual, T. G. Kindel,

good chances of winning first p
for their team. Guinnip is a
(Continued on Page Six)
Events Of The
I Week-End


1:00 to :00I P. 1.
-ig h Sc(11o00 eoldilor ctonervie
2:00 P. 31.
1iterscholiastic track meet, F
2:30 P. 31'.
May Fe"sival concert at It
i :f0o t. 3r.
BJaseba)li: Minnes ta s. 1Md
. 7:00 '. 1'.
Cap Might 'eremonies, Sleepy I
1,13'Festival concert at Ii
10:00 P. M.
Senior Ball

Avill take care or the outer gamens.

Tsaochwang, Canton, China, May 17 ! mantic school.
(By A. P.)-Get the four captives ENGINEERS' CAMP
out of the grip of the Suchow bandits Siarfinan to Speak lit Open Forum
and talk terms afterwards, otherwise TO OPEN JUNE 2 Prof. I Leo Sharfman, of the eco-
there wil be "drastic action," was . - --nomics department will speak in the
the ultimatum made known to the Camp Davis begins its first session Congregation Open Forum, in the Con-
Chinese government officials here late of this summer on June 2. Because gregational church next Sunday at
yesterday by Dr. Jacob G. Schurmai, of the unusually large number who 12 o'clock, on "Religion in the Syna-
American minister to China. i have enrolled for the surveying work gogue."
two sessions are to be held. June 2 -_
Extension Team Leaves Today to July 28 marks the first and Julyj
Gilbert Appelhof, '23, is heading a 29 to September 21 is the second.,I ROOMS NEEDED FOR
seven man extension team which is More than 180 men are to attend HIGH SCHOOL EDITORS
being sent by the Hobart Guild to the camp, . at some time during the }

'24, conference room; features in
newspapers and magazines, L. J
Hershdorfer, '23, room 306; copyread- i
ing and headline writing, Iarry Hoey.
124, room 308.
At 2:00 o'clock all advisers will
meet with E. G. Burrows in room 302.
Discussion groups will meet at 1:30
as follows: magazine make-up, H. M.
Dorr, '23, room 304; writing and ar-
ranging ads (weeklies and monthlies),
J. R. Riford, '23, conference room;
editing the annual, Max R. Schrayer,
23; room 306; cartooning, J. H. House,


9:00 A. M.
high school editors con fere
1:30 P. 1.
Interscholastic track meet -

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