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:XXIII, No. 179

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1923
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EIGHT PAGES

PRICE3

PL OSTICHIGAN NINE IN'
IEYENG AM[E11I8-3'

Future Conference Champions F YDPECT 10,flO
Will Strive For New TrophyL I~rILnuI eIUnU

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By Wal*Uaee V, ElMott
ina row, or iclhigan 16.
vesterrl',4 A farce in nine acts
oe Scee:Lead role by lWolver-
ayerp! Property mant North-
hen words, Michigan with a re-
d lineup played what after the
inninig amiounted to little more
igam~e Qf solitaire. Palmer
vestern's on~e and only athlete
ithe mound for the Purple and
the bll toward the plate and
it was a good ball, seldom wont
rin any direction, for Alichi-
mur'derer's row gathered 20
.,hie a scattered 10 wore made

Due to the :fact that' Illinois, by
virtue of winning" the Conference
championship for three consecutive
years, wvas- awarded permanent poses-
s ion cf' the Conference trophy last
year, the officials of the Intereol-
legi ate Conference Athletic associa-
tion have offered a large bronze tro-
phay for winning teaims of the future.
This was announced at the banquet
of the Pig Ten coaches, held last night
at the Union. A
{The trophy will become the per-
mianent property of the school win-
ning it thiree times and is one of the
finest works of art of its bind In Ami-
erica.
R. Tait MV1(Kenzie, Nwho designed 'hr
regulation conference medal, scalp-
tored the miodel which he has namedl
"The Competitor." The trophy is one-{
half life size and is mounted on a
pedestal on which plates will be plac-
ed withx the winning schools engraved1
on them.
Is Work of F ons Sculptor
Mr. McKenzie, who is physical di-
rector of the. University of Pennsyl--
vania, is considered the foremost]
sculptor' of athletic ;figures in the
United States _and "The Competitor"
is one of his best works.. Another
NY, PROHIBITION
ACT IS WIPEDO UT11

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copy of this figure is on display In AI
the Metropolitan Museum of' New York
City anti holds a prominent part in
their modern scuiptoring exhibit. C M E C M N
This trophy is the only one of its
kind offered by any Conference in the OTO-OR t qC l4 v,!'T biT
country anti is in keeping witix the lT(VOI FEU SS wi.
policy of the I. C. A. A. to offer pizes IJN(t [1i(~EST ' IIOWD:
for Conference competitors which are IN I1IlfLOY
above the average both in value andTI E S
in design. It has been attracting!TCK T FOR FRIENDS TO
niuch attention today in the lobby of , GIVEN OUT TUESDAY
the Union where it is on dlisplay tir-____
ing the meet. il UeAtde atRea
Another Trophy Also (Given lauirette Seri,-
In addition to the trophy for- the
win~ninz ~tnnin- the TL(C A.A . s d-lo'

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,cinning would be mz
game itself. It is suffi-;
Fiat for four "inningsc
ed six runs and North-
The Wolverines start-
proverbial house-a-fire
In th~e first on hits by
Ot after Palmier hit Kip,
anerror 'which Sen't
rst, They added one in
ird, and fourth.
3 ttempts RallY
n looked dangerous iti
frames, five hits bring-
s with the able assist-j
'or by Haggerty.
it was a cinch period
ed one in the sixth and
h, the Maize and Bluc
,rpath. Paper was safe
error to start with., A
t hits followed in rapid
id eight runs crossed
e Klein brought the pa-
end when h.2 tried to
gle for an extra base
"ed one more run in the
lqeford who had cross-,
hen Blott duplicated Is
lie was peculiar in ,that
.n man had at least onec
Scored at least one run.
ke did the heaviest duty
gettinig half Alichigan's
them Noonan pitched
awas it hard in pinch-
ad good support and inj
no walks.
Leal-e for Miadison
;nes leav~e for MVadison
w morning. A change
for'the Wisconsin gain
as Van 'Bo,,,gn may b_,
field and loltt returned

a:gned a new meet trophy to becomeni
the property of the #winning team. Ti
is an exact reprmduction of the regu-
lation Conference medal, which inei-;
dentally is one. of the finest medals
in the country today, and is 8 inches
in diameter aind mounted on walnut
The regulation conference gold i
medal is given to the winner of earl,
went in today'.4 meet whilo seconm'
place 7s awarded with the sane medal
in silver, and third, fourth and lifti
in 3 (ifferent colors of bronze.
DeHart .1utbbard, by Breakng th',
)existing conference record in ,ye Jcr
day's trials, will receive a. specia'i
medal which is offered to every ath-
lete who establishes a new record ir
the conference meet."
The graduate committee which i.
:n charge of the mxeet, has expresseC
themseives as baing well pleased ll- It
j )oth the co,"dition of the track an('
ield and the reception they have re-
ceived at Michigain and state that ev-
'rything is arranged in tine shape fo"'
rine of the most succe:,sflil conf'erence
iieets ever held.
REPORTED MOUINT
Farmer Itooma Mate of : ortliwesferin
-Man Wlio Disappearedl Avers I
IleTook OinIILM'e
FITCH SAYS HE GAVF P11OOF
OF STORY TO AUT1'ORITIES

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Alore than 16,000 persons will he
accommodated it' the 79th annual
c.,oinencenent exercises which will.
,,.} held the morning of June 18 at
Ferry field. Only bad weather toil-
limit the number who will be able to
,itness the ceremonies and hear thV E
address* of D~r. Harry Emerson, Fos-
ai( k of New.York city. In case o
inclement weather conditions, the ex-
er.cise will be0 held in hill auditor-
iunm, thus limiting the attendance t(
the capacity of that building.
Sound amplifiers will be installerj
-y the Michigan State Telephone
company which will enable all per.
-ons seated in the South stands at
Ferry field to hear the commnence-
ment address distinctly. A large plat-
dorrm, a ppr oxiately 00 by 40 ft., is tc
be erected inn the gridiron in fron,
of the section of seats reservedl fa
the graduating classes. This will be
decorated suitably and will serve a,
a speakers' platform as well as seat-
ing spaice for the Donor section, comn-
p~osed of the =faculty, the dleans, theI
regents, the c'adidates for honorarj
dlegrees, guests of the University, D~r
f'lrry Emerson Fosdick, and Presi-
dent Marion L. Burton.
IDistr.ibute Tickets
Ticets for Commencement exer-
cises X6ll be distributed by It. D. 0Th.-
J on, '23, At 1331 Hill street, on Tuee-
clay, Junie 12. Applications are no'
necessary. _Each senior will be giver
as many tickets 'as he desires for thle
Ferry field exerecises. He will also

oftI'l rAuI rI
IIAND) TO LEAD PARADE1; O
.y ~ TRACK 11F.\ EFORE ET
', .r:: I : All men whto are, to compete I
i n today's meet are requested to
be in track clothes by 1:30 o'-
}'..-- clock this afternoont in order
that a parade may be formed. 1
The men will meet just outside
of the Ferry field club house andti
Iwill march on the field led by
- ~ the Michigan hand. They will I
Smarch around the field,, then
Istand at attention while the '
} y j'National anthem is played and
t 1 then may return to the. club
house. The, coaches and offis-
cials will also "march in this pa-'
rade.
Sir Laming Worthington Eiams E E 9 N YR E
The appointment of Sir Laming ;
Worthington Evans as postmaster- 1
completes the official family of Stan-
ley Baldwin, recently named premier ;Iniproveinent Seen Around Marqette;
to succeed Bonar Law. I 1'ires Spread in Mu ninig
District
+ F'IRE 31ENACE DRIVING AWAY

SOME R EC ENT E,
TIMES BETTERI

)(1c igan Leads wv
and Distane
Follows

Opening events in the
o(door~ Western Conference
held on Ferry field yest+
noon showed Michigan al
ing through strongly in
seven events in which
were 1run11off,
iTwo Big Ten records w(
yesterday in the prelim

Governor

Declares 1

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the receliving job. Li
ted for mound duty wi
d Stryker in reserve.
Lox score follows:
1c1igan
eritz, s........ 5 1
pke, of .. .. .. .. .. 53
.ggery, 2b).....4 2
acklefoid, 11b 6 1 2
Ott, rf ..........5 2
i fi 1-..........i
111n8(11, c........ 6C ].
Conan, p ........ 5 2
Tot1ls ..........4G162

Iverance is
vith Gibson

1hlmnWr01Fanaties
U ARDIN1 GSAYS 'NOTHING
1UFGARDIXG SITUATION
Albany,, June 1, (By A. P.)--Gov-
ernor Smith this evening signed the
legislature's bill wiping th1e.Mullen
Gates state prohibition act off the
statute bookts.°
And he went further. Acceding to
the urging of his friend that he strike
[aunote in the campaign for the re-
tun.of light wine and beer he de-
nounced the 1-2 of 1 percent alco-
hiolic beverage content provided) on
'he Volstead act as "thle work of a
fanatical drive" calling on Congress
to modify it to "a common-sense maxi-
mum, antl then leave the state to set
1a figure below that maximum if it
so desires.
".I yield to no man in my severance
to the constitution of the United
S tates and I, advocate nothing thatj
will infringe upon the provision of
the 18th Amendment," the governor
sad "It is nevertheless 'a fact that
the definition of an intoxicating hey-
erage contained in the Volstead Act
is not an honiest or a common-sense
one. It is impossible to divorce the
public mind that the definition of anl
intoxicating liquor as one, not con-
taining more than 1-2 of 1 percent of
alcohol was written by fanatics in de-
fiance of the general experience ol
fmankind and of actual fact. It seems
to me that 'common-sense, backed up
by good medical opinion can find a
more scientific definition of what con-
stitutes an intoxicating beverage."
(Washington,, June 1,n (By A. P.)-
!Prohiibition Commissioner Haynes was.
interviewed tonight' on the approval'
given by Gov. Smith to the repeal of
New York prohibition enzorcemeni-
law as was Pres. Harding after he
had been informed of 'the governor's
actions. At the White House it was
said that the Lpresidlent would make no
statements.
YOST LEAVES FOR
PENINSULA TODAY
Coach Fielding H. Yost, director of
intercollegiate athletics, will leave to-
dcay directly after the Conference
track meet for a week's visit to the
Uipper, Peninsula.
This will be the first time that the
Coach has made a trip to this part of
the state and his trip comes as the
result of many invitations received
from various alumni in the Upper
Peninsula asking that the "Old Man"
visit them this spring.
The itinerary which the Coach will
follow in his tour inclldes all -the
principal cities in that section of the
,country including Sault Ste. Marie
Marquette, Ishpeming, Bassemer.
Honghton, Negaunee, H-ancock, Calu-
met, Ironwood, Escanaba,- and Men-f
om nee. These cities will be visited
next week until June J. He will
speak to high schools, civic clubs and
Michigan Alumni bodies.

hicag, June 13(y A. P.)-Conk-j auditorium in case fain mnakes out-
fhicgoSane1' door exercises impractical.' All alum-
Legn l itch unaou ormer room Nrhetnmae'uo ni and townspeople desiring. to attend
dentxrcse soud ho disappeared after a crass plya 'te-f

I N 3 MIL I'[ lM IT
Covej'nje4it - Fid ts 4elf Iti Itr-
m ational Troubles Over
* ecfian
YOD IFI CA TIO'N OF TLIY1 C;
EXPEUTEI) TX NEXT, C4 NGR1ESS
;Washing-ton, June 1, (B)y A. P.)--
cStrict application of the recent Su-
preme Court decision barring liquor
from the territorial waters of the{
IUnited States has been practically
decided upon by treasury officials who

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IMarquette, Mich., June 1, (B3y A. P.)
-Conservation officers and fire and
game wardens called all' forces to
' combat a forest flame which has been
fanned for the last few days by a
moderate wind.
*John" A. Vizena, conservation offi-
cer of Munisin'g, in Alger county, has
- requested that every available manj
be sent to the vicinity of Forest L~ake,
where fires have been serious since
Wednesday. Furniture has been re-
moved from many houses, and per-
sons are prepared to move at a min-
lute's notice.
A fire is reported in the vicinity
of Stillman, near Munising, and one
of less danger. near Y alther.*

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fight on September 1921, declared over tar' o the Uiversiy, iUnIivH ere-i holdnhpe of meeting 'the views o
the long distance telephone in Lud-.tm fteUiesiy iUiest the foreign powers to regulatory r-S
igoMcththhaigvnass-hall. These tickets will be good it H w lThey Start - -
intn'ihta ehdgvnass-case the ceremonies take place a.t
ant states attorney who interiewed t erry field.,ohn sot+flgilto
him tod y abslue p oof an do u- Practically all arrangements have ' vais said today, would amelorate the, T his A ftern -.n tri
mentary evidence that Mount camn- be opee o acluet ___'
mitted suicide.": I Suendaypthe dyfr cng Comentc difficulty which the government finds Drawings for this afternoon's 't o
Young Fitch, who had made pire- I 1in.Casswllasml t~ itself ,in an intenational way. 'lodi- e vents were made last night at theW
viously contradhictory statements airout a tesame places on the fctiz olta Ian aDrawing .Banquet' which was
the Mount case said that he had not vc~mpus which will be designiatedl for i -tCnr i twsidctd thee held at the Union with all of the P
ride known the information before, Comncmn dycnohsaechesrs i a idcteter-I and directors of the teams P
because of a desire to spare Mount'sIils 'ea ya tefrpobbywud ) se.Ii entered in the meet in ;attendance. W
parents withm whom he had lived,.lHeocaonsrofe1 dications were- given that early pro- The drawings are as follows (num- iI11
hear s~al for the exec ises on the fol- I -r
said that lie was coining to Chicago lowing day. No particular rotite willl mulgations may be expected of regu- tiers, standing for lanes):r
tomorrow to help the authorities to be followed, to the auditorium. Sec- lations carrying out the court's de- 120 yard high H-urdles: first heat, -s
- an
substagtiate the information be gave tion one, two three, and four on the ; Hubbard, Shp. Mich.,; lane 1; lh .. 4 Johnson, Ill, amr'
them. manforovh uioimwl eiso., It was said that no w ay had 3;hpeIa,2WlhND,4Sc-r
Fitchwas uestoned odayby C ar-renreflor ofthe senior. In caselobeenfud ywihterigtIf n et oleMn. ,SyeT
liths wsart stone andy yJohn esrSarfobtroseior. I cae orainen alldbyseniors rigiwillandhgo: odirectlny2 Stoer the 4,theo acourt Srbrulingt- conuld snihe wlteondreeryeodte h0.our..rlU.,col5;e tmpbede0_yS.U.ich.ubry,3;chTJ. li-i
tant sttes attorney who wvent to Lud- I auditoriumi at 10:45 o'clock and as- even the elastip provision according ter, Mich., 6; Read., Ia., 2;, Tykle, P., 12
ington and to whom Fitch made axsmbei tefyePrsdItBr exception for medicinal liquor famil- j Rauford Ia., 2;J' Brickinan, Chi., 4; fi(
statement in the presence of VirgilI ton will give the address to the grad. ing to offer means 'by which liquor; Newell, W's., 1; Green, 0. S. U~, 3. ce
Fitch, prosecuting attorney at Lud-h- ates, for crew rations could be enconi- One niile run: Michigan, 1; 0. S. T7., Ia
ington. To Announce :Meeting Places ; passed and the conflict withi foreign ; 2; M ,C,3 oa ;N . l
"I gave, Mi. Sarbaro and Mr. Whar- Tmea' pac"o asebl hrih
ton absolute proof that Leig~hton ITmeadlc oUssmlnfrthsua eiycaavoidede.th= vvlm., 10l.,~ mno hi. ~
Ivarioums senior classes for both Com- Unsullstiitncarcteizd heEarhai,10
Mwouint comnmitted suicide," Fitch said ! mencemnent day and Baccalaureatte' day's affair, at the diplom~atic guar- 220 yard clash:. Wlon a, 4;'co
over the telephone. "I supplied hin I Sna ilapa'i h al ters here' of several of the powers Hughes, Ill., '; Burke, iMich., 1; 'T
with Iivin4 evidence to this effect, and vial Bulletin today and tomorrow, and whichm' have submitted statements to hlerdell, M .,1 ir ah,5
they are now on their way back to iI on placards which will be placed or the state department regarding the Snmith, Mo., 3 Layden, Notre Dame, nc
Chicago with this- evidence. It can-! the bulletin boards of the campus in effect o'f the drastic application of the 1. Second hreat: Wittman, Mlich., 1; '
not b>e publishied until they allow afwdy.Tecmmte ncag court's decision. Several conference. Gruenhiagen, 1Vinn.,. 4t; Ayres, 111.,E a]
me to tell it. Trhe assistant states at- of arrangements also wishes to call] eehl mn fiilebsis ;Cutr in,3 onoIlh
toruey said, after hearing whatI told , to the attention of the seniors the fact anti legations but their. natuire was 6; Woerlein, N. W., 2. Third hoat: tl
them, that they too believed that tha~t it has ibeen 'decided that, the tas- not revealed.' There were indjications, Evans, Ill., >; Setz, Wis., 1; GoldwNa- IQ
Mount comimittedl suicide. I dicl not ; sel on the "cap" will be worn on the howevern, that they had been apprised' tar, Wis., 4; Ream, I111., 1;' Third heat:
tell facts I gave today, because I left side at all times. of the treasury's tentative decision to 5: Pyott, Chi.. 4.(.
wanted to spare Leighton's. parents proceed with src application of the . 880 yard' run-Hatteiidorf, Mich., 1:
with whom I had lived."' j decision, Carter, 'Wis., 2; iReinke, Mich., 3
PLrose Stongest I Telford, N. W., 4; H-ilberst, WVis.,
~r'iifl K him iesIJID1III' IJIiV~5; Vallely, Wis., 6; Morrow, Ia., 7 ;
IIK I O n June TARIFFes Kahn, N. W.,8S; Ramsey,,Wis., 9. 1
FOR iAROItuiii I TgIfIU\ J ENOR" 220 low hurdles-First heat: .Brook-
I~fhII Prose predominates in the June is- NUA~~ fT rrE~ ~ ~ is a,1 en I. ;Jns h.
I~UV se f Wimieswhih oesonsalL SUGHFII. 2;, Muzzey, Wis.,.'4; Byers, W. S. N., f
B NQ'JEION SALE Nw u To hims IhichgoesILnUale3. Second hieaL:Lowler, Minn., 4;
____today. Ti issue iwill balance time ____ Bricknxan, Chi., 3; Crawford, I11., ;:
Seniors of the literary school will all-poetry number which appeared $ washington, June 1, (By A. P1.) - Green, 0. S. U., 1; Loomis, Miuch., 2.
hold their annual spring banquet a+ last month. Two short stories and a President I-arding wii not consider Third heat: Derscb, N. D., 2; Sny-I
12:15 o'clock Thursday, June 14, ire number of essays and sketches standamoiiton fthtrffaesndr,05.I.,;Shr a,5;ME-
the Union. 'This will be the first of sugar. as a means of cutting down the vain, Ill., 3; Newell, Wis., 1.
a number of senior functions to be out. "Jesus Garcia," by Elsie Tales, price of that commodity, it was said 100 yard dash: first heat, Brookins,1
given during Commencement week. is somewhat longer than most stu-1 today 'at the White House after the Ia., 2; Spetz, Wis., 4; Hughes, Ill., 1;I1
I Bothmnen and women are request- dent-written short stories. An old executive had discussed the general Herdel, M. A. C., 5; Layden, N. D.,
ed to wear their caps and gowns at legend of the time of Joseph and Mary tariff situation with Chairman Mlar- '3. Second heat: Ayres, Ill., 2; Wil-
this time. Although the program hiar furnishes the basis for "Time Remem-' yin of the tariff commission. I son, Ia., 4; Goldwater, Mich., 5;
do t eednhavrouspromedinentmom-e Atierndb o ron.yisTaeriptie "skeh Modifications of the sugar sche- ;l.3ruenhagen, Minn., 3; *Johnson, Ill.,
noidtt een iomspt et ms em fen n ored"yisoota Terwilse"Ltehdulein the opinion of the president, 1. Third heat: Tykl'e, P., 4; Coulter,{
bers of the graduating class will he by Bennett Hall. would not help. the present situation Minn,., 1; Evan, Ill:, 5; Wittmian,
called utponr to give shor-t tals. A feature of the issue is a contri- to any considerable degree anid more- .i Mich., 3; Woerlein, N. W., 2.
Tickets for the. affair mnay be lbad bution by Francis Swain, .one of the over, would discourage further dlevel- 440 yard dash: Sweet, Ill., 2; M1ar--

e broa'd jum. The dusky
e set a mark of 25, feet 1 1-
ating the former mark hed
Insoni 'c Michigan by 1'41-
to second new record cat
giers of 1llinois bettered
ark by throwing :tthe av
at 10 3-4 inches.
Fast Trials in 4
Fast time was 'made inp
at of the trials in the
tsh when Sweet of 'llhna
it Martin of .Mlchigga iw t:
0:48 1-5 ,for a new Fierryi
d. Siemans of Mihfan a
d for the~ finals by pllacin
his heat to 'Hagen, ofNM
-n. The time of all oiff tle
le quarter was fastert lt 4n
oe final at thte tatern
glate meet lst Strdayd
Michigan Aso qualified t
oe halt, R y 4 .fing ~
st heat andfattend rtw
ird heat, C sing ulald
rhis heat in the htal and ,
t fell to Joyir~ the 9ua:
Hubbard was the nly
lace in the broa d Iu
aize andi Blue camtte thrug
ly strong in the high0411
:cEllven and Nalpr ,l11,P)
Teet 1 unah. pIot fip.
hmidt,, the Wolverine.ep
to hammer,, qualified.fPer
e former being highm ma
ial with a mnargin oqf tn,
ill, of llinoiis his nearest
f. Brooker gqualifie etfortt
ith a throw of,-121 feet .8
11 Wolvernes qualif~
Michigan qualified 11 mn
'olims Wisconsin run}l g
ith seven of hoer athTeos 4
Ainois camne:third ith s$i:
in in the finals. tlier -v
hools laced only two r t
d there were suce'sful
ont a few schools otide
en.
Finals in all "events will
o'clock this, afte noon t
eld. Coach Farrell's Ua
ived a good start by'11
ire a-number of men wh
e trials, but with all the
urdle events yet to come
rines will face cosidert
mpnletitlon froumIoa ant
'he meet is bound t~ be e
ecording to the dopeter1,'
ers will be decided by th
argin of lss than five po
LI dope showing :the meet
etween. the llini iaand Mic
rough the Uawkteyes a re
ok in.
(Continued on Page IS
Events Of T4
Week-End
SATURDAY
Morning
finals In Interscholast
uls tournament.x
Afternoon
Conference Trac Meet
ry field.
{golf--Chicago at' For
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Northw'estern
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son, rf......... 5 0 1,
nson, cf ....... 5 1.2
glean,V........0 1
mler, 13......... 5 0: 1
or,21)........4 02
ts, If .......... 4 0 11
'or, 11........41 0
npsey, 31)....... 4 0 0
Totals ........39 3 10
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Three base hit, Blo0tt; two base hits,
ionan, Paper, NXelson ; bases,~ onE
11s off Palmer, four; ijtruck out byI
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