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ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1923

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B"RINES WIN'
1 EN HONORS

Buletin

FROM FAST FIELD

Special to The D~aily
Madisoni, IWis . ,Junie. 2--Michi
sai's last baseball, contest, selmed-
Wled to be played,*Iitl isi~conin
here ONisAfternoon, was called off
on account of rain.
I lighit-downpour this mornuing
took, on the aspects of a heavy
storm by three o'clock, but the,
coaches decided to wait, in lioles
that the wea ther might. clear tilp
later. At five o'clock, with no
signs of relief evident, the unipire
called. the game off, and so ended

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ENFORCE DRY LAW Ends CareeroWith
Sht Put
IN 3 MILE LIMIT,

Governlment FindsN Itself In Inter-
njationali Troubles Over
Decisiont
MODIFICATION OF RULII
EXPiECTED I\ NEXT CONGR1ESS

OKEt His Broad Jump j
'L Sets New' Mark

Broad jum p-won by IHibbaird,
)Iielilganl; second, Sweeney,, Illinois;
third, Johinson, Illinois; fourth, Camp-

OFF
)MILE RUN

I1 Record

*Byers
i.-Michigan won
western confer-
afternoon by de-
competitor, IIi-

bell, Minnesota; fifth, Snyder, Ohio tihe Wolmerines' triumphant sea.~
IState and Hogan, Notre Dame, tiedj sont. The team returns to Ann Ar.
for fifth place. Distance-25 feet, I, bor tomorrow morning," truly 1
and 1-2 inchies. "hitatnpons: of-the West."
2 mile run-won by Isljeil, liid-
ganu; second, Crippen, Northwestern;
third, Wade, Wisconsin; fourth,
iep9:41oafthEBourkebENCYiFORCE
Thmep:41Iola; th. oreCicg.
~220 Yard low hurdles-won by I n r
Blrookiiis, Iowa; second, Towler, MVin-"fl ,,.1
Inesota; third, Brickman, Chicago; iiu i E I IT R
fourth, Snyder, Ohio State; fifth New--______
ell, Wisconsin. TIime--23 acid 1-59,it
new ~orhl' recod. Imroveeif itSeen Art nid Marqutette;
Pole vault-wvon by lirow nenli11- FrsSpedi.Nnsn
r Bois; second, Brooker, MVichigan; ________t
l third, Collins, Illinois; fourth. Pros-
ser, Michigan ; fifth, K rigger, Wiscon- 1'111' E MEAC E DRIVIN G AIVAY
sin. Height-13 feet 2 inches, a new ,01ILIES '.SEAR FOREST LAKE
rw«ortl's intercollegiate record.t
One mile relay-iiOll by 1lli;i Marquette, Milch., June 1, (By ,A. P.)
second, Iowa; thlird", Michigan; fourth, -,..Conservation officers and fire and!
Chicago. a~rilf ivarn,.a ,..llar1 al f11 c o

'vent.'
~,fol-
Wig-

Wayshiington, June 1, (By A. P.)- 1, i
Strict application of the recent Su-
preme Court decision barring. liquor
fromh the, territorial waters. of the
tnited States has been practically j'
decided, upon by treasury officials who
hold hope of meeting the viows of
the foreign powers to regulatory pro-
visions. j
Nothing short of legislation, of fi-
cials said today, would anieloriate the
difficulty which the government finds
itself in an international way. Mod!- 'IWilliam T an Orden
fications of the Volstead Act by the Van Orden added five points to the
next Congress, it was indicated, there- Michigan total when hie tossed the1
fore, probably would be asked. In- shot put a distance of 43 feet, 8 3-4,
dications were given that early pro- inches. This is the last event that he
1miulgations may be expected of regu- will enter in his brilliant athletic ca-j
lations carrying out the court's de-j reer at the University.
c ision. It was said that no . way had
been found by which the ridgity of J aro
the court ruling could be tempered, I FD NDSH
even the elastic provision according;;N u
exception for medicinal liquor AND STRl05
' in t ffr ensbywicliquor WL tI~ ETN
y fr re- rtinscould be encom- WILLATN METN
passed and, the conflict with foreign
laws avoided. ENGLISH CONFERENCE TAKES
Unusual activity characterized thePLC AT COLLT4IBIA
day's affair at the diplomatic quar-' , UNIVRSITy
ters here of_ several of the powers-
wlioh have submitted statements to P'r'ofessors James H. Hanford and
the state department regarding the j Louis A. Strauss have been appointed
effect of the drastic application of the as representatives of the English de-
court's decision. Several conferencesj partment to the conference of British
wer'e held among officials, embassies)
and. legations but their nature was jand American professors o f English
not revealed. There were indications, which will be held June 13, 14, andj
however, that they had been apprised 15, at Columbia university. Profes-
of the~ treasury's tentative decision to sors Fred N. Scott and J. Ralegh Nel-
proceed with strict application of the.
decision. son were recently appointed as rep-

A 9CT IS
Governor Dec
ILARI\G 5K'
RE,
Albany, June
'ernor Smith -tl
legislature's bi
Gates state pi
statute books.
And 'hle went
the urging of h
a note in the
turn of light
p ounced the 1
)cJolic beverage
the Volstead a
fanatical drive
to modify it to
mum, 1.nd then
a figure belom
so desires.
"I yield to n(
to the constil
States and I
Iwill infringei
the 18th Amer
said. "It is ni
the definition
erage containe
is not an hon oe t sii
puiblic mind th'
intoxicating li

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Kazo Wns

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'lt, ',a:k"- l Michigan's dusky athlete set a new
ieb of Notre Conference mark in the broad jump
d to win the when he Leaped a distance of 25 feet,
rise- came in, 1 and 1-2 inches. In setting the mark
,Wittman of Hubbard broke the record that lie him-
in 0:09 4-5 self established in the Ohio State meet
of Wilson of ls ek
s. T1ykle, the ls ek
lfifth in back
One mile run-won by Hell, Illinois;
A three mien second, Mieher, Illinois; third, Krogh,
Lof Michigan Chicago; fourth, Schneider, Wisocon-
We event. Mae- sin; fifth, Bowven, Michigan., Time-
nd Nufer tied 4:28 3-5..
tt was 6 feet Discus throw--iion by Brooker,
ffichigan; second, Lieb, Notre Dame;
nice quarter, third, Gross, Minnesota; fourth, Lin-
;ton by a few coin, Missouri; fifth, Coughlin, Illi-
'gan failed to nois. Distance-132 feet, 9 1-2 inchies.
d1 Everett of 440 yar' dash-won by Sweet, Illi-
fth. Hall of nois; second, Bier, Washington; third,
mile closely Hagen, Northwestern; fourth, Fitcli,
ate, Mieher. Illinois; fifth, Everett, Ohio State.
the favorites. Time--0 :48 1-5.
chigan placed. 100 yard dash, final-won by Witt-
r of Wisocon- ' man, _Iichigan; second, Wilson, Iowa :
third, Ayers, Illinois; fourth', Brook-
aced two mien ins, Iowa; fifth, Tykle, Purdue. Time
rden won the 0:09 4-5.
h fourth. In High jump--1vo'n by Smithi, Miciti-
llinois broke gn; Ma;,,Ellven, Michigan; Tuhtar,
th a heave of lWisconsin, and Weeks, Notre Dame,,
s. tied for second; Dickson, Chicago, and
0 yard high Nufer, Michigan, tied for fifth. Height,
by the official 6 feet, 2 inches.
for the race Shot put-won by Van Ordent, licl-
rin the fhinals. igan; second, Gross, Minnesota; third
were thrown Van Ells, Wisconsin; fourth,1'Heath,
the fact that. Michigan: fifth, Coughlin. Illinois.
e to run the Distance--43 feet, 8 3-4 inches..
n that event' 220 yard dash, three heats, two men,
in each heat qualify for finals. First
e the world's heat-Won by Wilson, Iowa; second,

Gilbert of Kalamazoo defeated Prall'
of Youngstown Mayen-7-5,. 4-6, 6-3, 6-4
in the finals of the Michigan interscho-j'
lastic singles tennis tournament. Thei
semi-fin-als in the dou~bleA' a'fid th-fli-
als will be completed by tomorrow
morning. -
111m Ong Clubis Move to Uinit G ins
Washington, June 1--(13y A.P.)-
Hunting clubs, game protective also-!j
ciations and other nature lover s,,
alarmed 'by the irapid dlisappearance
of feathered game in America, are
conducting an agitation to limiit the
use of the automatic shot gun,; if not
to abolish its use altogether.a
jSportsm~en who already have auto-
inmatic shot guns are being urged to
arrange the miagazinles of tiheir weap-'
ons so' as to limit their use to two
shells. The 'fact that an automatic
contains five shells which can be fired
with great rapidity, they say, is result-
ing in countless cripple birds unrec ov- ,
ered by the hunters.
Surp rises With
Discus Vc~,

gai"e v amens c~aRuu an fores to U
combat a forest flame which bas been,
fanned for the last few days by a.
moderate wind.
John A. Viizena, conservation off i-
cer of Munising, in Alger county, has1
requested that every available man
4be sent to the vicinity of. Forest Lake,
where fires have been serious since 'I
Wednesday. Furniture has been re-
moved from many houses, and per-
I ons are prepared to move at a, min-,
ute's notice.
A fire is reported in the vicinity1
of Stillmian, near Munising, and. one t
of less danger near Yalmer. i
,Chairman Directs I
Senior Girls' "Play'
Miss, Kraus is. general chairman of;
the Senior Girls' play, "Sherwood,"
and is wvorkting to provide an eve-;l
ning's entertaiiment for. seniors, their
guests and any othner people who may
be in Ann Arbor during- commence-f
1mnent week. Miss Kraus conductedt
.a successful business campaign for
last year's Junior Girls' play and herIt
class has elected her chairman this!
year in token of appreciaton.
ARMY TRAININGCAMP
CONDITIONS BETTERE[0

by
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HADNTHNSTARIF
WILL NOT, EFFECT SUGAR
Washington, June 1, (By A. P'.)-
President Harding will not consider
a modification of the tariff rates on
sugar as a means of cutting down the1
price of thiat commodity, it was said
today at: the White House after the
executive had discussed the general
tariff situation' with Chairman Mlar-
vin of the tariff. commission.
Modifications, of the sugar, sche-
dule in the opinion of the president,
would not help the present situationI
to any considerable degree and more-I
over would discourage further devel-
opment of the American domestic sug-
ar industry which the president be-
lieves is the wurest way to n meav

resentatives of time department of t aw
rhetoric and journalism and the de- act
partment of engineering English, res- sakl
pectively. .stat
Professor Hanford will read a pa-
per on "An Aspect of Milton's Youth". Y(
Professor Nelson, the only engineer-
ing professor who will attend the con-
ference officially, will speak on the
progress that Michigan has made it I C
giving her engineers a cultural edu- int(Icto.PoesrSct ilpeieda
at the first regular meeting of the. I trac
bod'y, which will be held Wednesday rUp]1
I morning, June 13. The subject a hsmeigwl e TeEgih;Cc
Language".th
The subjects of the other two meet- s
iugs will be "English Literature" an eri
"Shakespeare". Throughout all the ' vesa
Imeetings of the convention, and it j iT
affairs not directly connected with fi
I the convention, recognition will be loll
given to the tercentenary of the pub- pico1
lication of the Shakespeare Folio Mal
Matters on which there has never 1I Ho
been any 'definite decision as to good m1et
usage and correct style will also be om:1
taken up by the professors. nex
This international body of profes- spec
sors meets every two years, bringing Mic
together the world's greatest author-
ities on theEnglish language. Among ]a
those who will be present are Prof..
C. H. Herford, formerly of the Uni- and
versity of Manchester; President Wil- mna
11am A. Neilson, of Smith College; SirIda
Israel Gollancz; Professor Grierson. j it
of Edinburgh; Prof. A. W. Reed, of bee
King's College; and F., S. Boas, onebe
of the most prominent of the EnglishID.
literary critics. ,ge

yen by Goi
w York
ras was
d been iml
Lions. At
id that the
ttements.
)ST LI
PENT

,oach' F

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ard low hurdles
1 heat in 23 and
lled the old rec-
his heat of the'
,he mark in the
md.j
alled the nation-
ord in the 220
distance in 21
wnell of Illinois
:ercollegiate rec-
with a leap of 1.3
g the old record
ale by 1 inch.
hree trial heats;
and two men fin-
y', making five
dles, first trial
1, Michigan; sec-
. Time 15 flat.
:15 2-5. Second
Ohio State; sec-
ota. Time 0:151
man, 0:15 2-5.1
Newell, _W iscon-
hio State. rTimeI

Hughes, Illinois. Time 0:21 1-5. Sec-
ond heat-won by Wittman, Michigan~;
second, Gruenhagen, Minnesota. Tiume
0:21 2-5. Third heat-won by Evans,
Illinois; second, Spetz, W'"isconsin.
jTime 0:21 3-5.
Javelin throw-won by Aniglers, UI-
linois; second, O'Bernt, Notre Dame;,
third, Moen, Notre Dame; fourth, Lini-
genfelter, Drake; fifth, Frieda, Chica-
go. Distance-198 feet, 10 3-4 inches.
Trials in the 220 yard low hurdles,
two men quialify in each heat for fin-!
als. First. heat-won by Brookins,
Iowa; second, Beyers, Western State
Normal. Time 0:23 2-5. Second heat
-won by Towler, Minnesota; second.!
jBrickman, Claicago; Time 0:24 4-5.
Third heat-won by Snyder, Ohio'
State; second, Newell, Wisconsin.
Time 0:25 fiat.
Half-mile , run-wn byl Vallehy
Wisconsini; second. Morrow, Iowa;
third, Hilberts, W-isconsin; fourth,
Reinke, Michigan ; fifth, Hattendorf',
Michigan. Time-i:55 1-5.
Rainier th row--won by I~lnuieh.

I'rf. A. .. ovel o th Eniner- conditions that now exist.
ing school who is in charge of the ap- TRYOUTS WANTED TO'U WO(RK
plicants from the University for the I ONS C1ltCtHIA PIli
C. M. T. C. camp to be hield at .Camp I ~ SM E IHGNlAL
Custer from August 1 to September 1 Students who are here for the Stum-'
has received. word from the Sixth
corp ara hedqurtes tht 'I Her Session and wish to work on the
I cops rea eaduartrs hat anyeditorial staff of The Summter Michi-
of the objectional features of the ga al are requse ogti
canmp last year will he elinilnated this gnDiy use ogti
' year. touch, with Watzel at 595 tomorrow
ye. p hihs elIech afternoon. This notice applies to
Fyear thiose who have already signifie~d their'
primarily for the benefit of citizens intention of working as well as thoseo
who have had no- previous'military ex- I who have not. yet- applied. In casel
l perience will have as usual, the three thme time above is inconvenient, apphi-
divisions, the red, the white and thej cants are requested to call early in
blue courses. University students en-' _________
tering the camps for time first time I o' a WlIpeki Ctc~
will be sent to the Red course.= All 'Prof.dmE. Day,ek nha oth
expesesincrre whle her wil b economics department, will speak be-1
paid by the government ini addition toI fore the American Statistical associa-.
railroad transportation' and clothing. ;tion' lna nCiao i ujc
Radi Fraerniy Wil -will be "Business Forecasting".
RdoFaentWilTake Members________________________
Students interested in radio who'
would like to join time recently-estab- f
lishted radio fraternity, Rho Delta j , EXTRA1 STAFF
Omega, have '}een asked to commnun- I
icate with E. It, Kulka, Rho Dolta IEdito rI
SOmega, 1901 avenue HI., Brooklyn, N.Leo J. H'-ershdorfer 1
1Y Assistants
S Sollio re Die-s of Heart Failure Thomas E. Fiske C
(Lado Stepanek, '23, succumbed to a Edgar H. Ailes
fatal attack of heart failure yesterday i { John Garlinghouse
afternoon. At 'the time the student John Diekhoff E
i7rj VCtl--.' he-. 1ta ~ln . 'n. i!& nv'. .,r,

i

,ydirectly 5-f
,k meet for a
per Peninsula.
Phis -will be tli
ach has made
state and hi
;ult of manyl
)m various all
ninsula as'king
it them this s
the itinerary i
low in his tot
uncipal cities 'it
intry includinj
trquette, Ish
tighiton, ANegau
t, Ironwood,-
onee. 't'hese
xt week until
ak to high sel
chigan Alumni
nor thiards Tc
All Conmmnce
d Color Bearer
in gymnasium
y morning. A
1 explain time
en made sinc(
en changed fro
'. May urged a
en selected fo]
esent Sunday r
11 be taken at
rnuted.

TICKETS fORSENIO

pre
wil.
triL

BAN 0ET ONSALE To iSCIutsLea-]
Senrs t iONrSKy Nod~ All persons oml
ested in the Leag
way are urged to
of schol will ner to b~ie held td
1bhldr their annual spring banquet att the U~nion. This
12:15 o'clock Thursday, June 14, in auspices of thel
the Union. This will be the first of t ions nlon-partis-,
a ndumber of senior functions to be Icussion will loll
give durng ommecemnt wek. plans for the futl
give duing onm~enelnet wek. ed.
tBoth men and women are request- All who -conten
ed to wear their caps and gowns at dinner should

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