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THE WEATHER
X ODX,
VOL. XXXIII. No. 94 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1923 EIGHT PAGES

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To Become New' DInIpnnpnARi
Economics Head UILDINGPO6RAM
-.' ADVANCES RAPIDLY

City Observes
Lincoln Birth

__Marking the one hundred and four-
Ti teenth annivrsary of the birth of Ab-
Engineering Building and Clements raham Lincoln, the banks of Ann
< Library Are Nearest !Arbor and many business. houses
Completion closed their doors yesterday as a
SINK RETURNS FROM NEW YORK mark of resnect to the "Great Emanci-
CITY AFTEP COMPLETION Set as Price for pato:"
OF A1ANEMENTS All New Law Club Property The public schools. bserd the
day with appropriate class exercises,
MAY 16 'ANNOUNCED AS Rapid strides have been made in and this afternoon's assembly at the
the construction of severs';1 of the new high school will be devoted to honor-
DATE OF FIRST CONCERT 4 ┬░bu g a a ot ng the memory of Lincoln. Ann Ar-
Jni ersity buildings and all . of th ;bor churches paid tribute to his mem-
Giglia Host, Laebeth, Gordon, and structures now going up have ad 'v by fitting services Sunday.. The
Ma rsfall Included in List i vanced considerably within the past iampus flag was plainly in evidence
OA Start few weeks. Buildings for which funds a] many other banners were seen
______throughout the city.
are being procured from the Univer- t esterday he hole nation did hois
Announcement of the musical celeb- sity official budget have seen great !age to the man who set 'free an en-
rities to appear at the thirtieth ann-.al progress, as have those being paid tire race and who. by noble ,ideals
May Festival, May 16, 17, 18, 19, con- { for by special donations. endeared hims'elf ' to . a democratic
tains the names of many artists new 1 The new Clements libraryis nearest people Lincoln, our martyred presi-
to Ann Arbor audiences but of dis- completion. It is to be devoted to dent, presents to us today our greatest
tons Aruieches b f is- Americana.At present men procured example of what sheer faith in God,
tinguished repute. Charles A. Sink, from a New York concern are here onest industry, and a firm belief
secretary of the School of Music, has doing the stone carving on the out- "that Right makes Might" a f will do
been in New York for the past week side of the library, which will com- toward an accomplishment and fulfil-
making arrangements for the Festi- Edmund E. Day plete the entire outer construction ment of an ideal.
val with the result that the entire list p Professor Day, who until recently Physics Building Advances
of "stars" is now completed. served as professor of business ad- This building is not included in the
The Ann Arbor debut of Benjamino ministration and as chairman of the University building program, it being
Gigli, the brilliant young tenor ,of the economics department at Harvard the gift of Regent William L. Clem-
Metropolitan Opera company, will be University, will assume his duties as .ents, of Pay City. Approaching it
made at the first concert. head of the economics department this most closely in the construction race
Joint Appearance Friday semester. He will fill the vacancy is the new Engineering building
At the Thursday evening concert, left by the death of the late Prof. Here. the stonework 'in front is en-
Erna Rubinstein will play a violin tirely completed; .and the brick fac- j Enthusiastic replies have been re-.
concerto with the orchestra. A.t 1-1 '_ing, lining the side of the building, i-calved from all over the country t1
same concert will be given the "Hymn' inearly all up. the letters sent out to prominent
to Jesus" of Gustav Hrolst, the dis- Forms have been laid up to the first alumniand, alumni associations re-
tinguished English composer and con-UBe U1VL Hug or Efloor on the new Physics building nesting that they express their opin
ductor, who is making his first trip to wfThere are to be three basements in ouse afte oachng oFhding wH.Yos
this country to conduct his work at Gl;this structure. Exceptional care ir house after.Coach Fielding H..Yost
the Festival. LUU U I IU. U being taken in the construction so Additional letters are- coming ii every
Florence Macbeth, coloratura so- that the delicate instruments to b- day, commenting aora'bly on the
housd terewil be istrbe a~project.,
prano of the Chicago Opera associa- COURSE IN "ECONOMIC CY Es"Pc l housed there wiea be disturbed alunI
tion and Giuseppe Danise, baritone ofI little as posible by outside influ- Practically all the alumni associa-
the, Metropolitan, will make a joint RESUHED UNDER II ences. . ions in Michigan have written in and
appearance Friday evening with the l aIRECTOAt dindividual members of the Detroit and
apeaane ria eenngwihh )IECJONAfter a delay of a few wee-cs, while C"{ ficago Alumni groups have shown
orchestra. --- waiting for stone and brick materials great interest. Alumni associations
The "Children's Concert" Friday Prof. Edmund E. Day, formerly a men have again, been put on the model 'reat mtret A associat.ons
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atrnoon ilitoue uan
Susanne member of the faculty of Harvard
Keener, a youthful American soprano
who has recently been accepted by the'university, yesterday assumed
Metropolitan Opera. duties -as full professor of- economicsy
The Saturday matinee concert will and chairman of the Economics de-
be distinguished by the appearance of partment of the University. He met
Ernest Schielling, an American pt- with his classes for the first time and
anist. Mr. Schelling will play his
own "Variations" for pianoforte and initiated his activities as director of
orchestra, a massive work upon which the curricula in the school of business
his reputation as a composer chiefly administration.
rests. oOne of the courses, that in "Eco-
Saint-Saens perennial "Samson et nomic Cycles," has not been given as
Dfalila" will be presented the final part of the University curriculum'
night of the Festival with a notable since Professor Friday resigned two
cast. Charles Marshall, tenor of the years ago to become president of
Chicago Opera association, has been Michigan Agricultural College. Pro-
engaged for the role of Samson. De-
lilah will be sung by Jeanne Gordon fessor Day takes the position left va-
of the Metropolitan Opera, who is well cant at the death of Prof. H. C. Adams,!
known to Detroiters as Mrs. Ralph one year ago last August.
Trix. The addition of Professor Day to
Another great Metropolitan artist the faculty brings a nationally recog-
who will appear is Clarence Whitebill, nized economist to the University.
who will sing the role of Abimelich. He received his B. A. -degree from
Mr. Whitehill has not been heard in Dartmouth college in 1906, and an M.
Ann Arbor for many years. Henri A. degree from the institution in
Scott, late of the Metropolitan, 'will the following year. He took his Ph.
sing the role of the old Hebrew. D. degree at Harvard in 1909.
As usual Mr. Stock will conduct all Since graduation he has been a
performances of the Chicago or- member of the faculties of Dartmouth.'
chestra. The University Choral Union and Harvard colleges, being appointed
will be under the direction of Prof. full professor o~f economics and chair-
Earl V. Moore and the Children's man of the department of economics
chorus will be drilled by Mr. George in Harvard univeristy in 1919. Dur-
Oscar Bowen. i ing 1921-22 he also served as professor

high school.
'have arrived
iately.

The stones and bricks
and will be used immed-

Court Proceedings Settled
Three towers 'have been erected to
aid with the construction of the new
Literary building, the center one, 150
feet high, being bounded by towers
80 feet in height.
In the meantime court condemna-
tion proceedings on the land wanted
by the University for the new Law
Phib ha-r hanb tia a%

u au ae notaye-eHvewrte
to say that they would take up the'
matter at the first possible time. Most
of the members of the Board of Re-
gents have approved of the suggested
naming.
801 WILL SPUAK HERE

clue ave een setitle and a ecisijon
awarded. The jury in Judge Sample's M. Firmin Roz, official lecturer of
court fixed a price of $230,874 for all the Alliance Francaise, will deliver a
the properties involved. This was lecture at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday af-
above the University appraisal of ternoon in the auditorium of the Na-
slightly over $200,000 and less than taral Science building. He will speak
the property owners' figure of $276,- on "The Social Status of Woman its
888.. The highest price paid for any France." The lecture is under the
individual holding was $59,750 for the auspices of the Cercle Francais.
Church of Christ (Disciples) prop- M. Roz is well known as a lecturer
erty, which was the amount offered in France and 'in other countries, and
by the University. in 1913 was official lecturer of the
Hospital Must Wait 'Federation de l'Alliance Francaise.
The Alpha Phi sorority property, He has been laureate of the French
for which $30,500 had been asked, was Academy three times. In 1916 the "prix
valued at $25,524. Other awards were d'eloquence" was awarded him for his
made to individuals holding property "Euloge d'Alfred de Vigny."
desired by the Regents. For many years he has made a
Nothing has been done on the new special study of the history and lit-
hospital, awaiting an appropriation erature of the United States, and has
from the state. Contracts have been been identified with various societies
let by the Athletic association on the furthering Franco-American friend-
Field house and intensive construe- ship and understanding, such as the

I. O. T. C. Enrollments Still Open
Major Robert Arthur, commandant
of the R. 0. T. C., announces that en-
rollments for the corns will be held1
open until Feb. 24.

of business economics at the Harvard
aria dun'e school of business admin-
istration.
SUSPEND TWO
Y"i-D' I""'N3"I'A I 'T rJ"

tion should start immediately.
States Scarct oy Architects
Joseph C. Llewellyn, a well known
Chicago architect, who was a visitor
at the college of architecture recently,
stated that it is practically impossible
to get architecturally trained assist-I

Sigma Delta Ch1i to Initiate ants.
Sigma Delta Chi, nationalphonorarydj Two students of the literary college Will. Take Summer Daily Picture
journalistic fraternity, has postponed have been suspended from the Univer-i- Members of the editorial and busi-
its initiation from Tuesday, Feb. , to sity for one semester for dishonesty ness staffs of The Summer Michigan
in honor examinations. j Daily will meet at noon tomorrow at'
The dismissal of these students for Dey's studio for a staff picture for
the period indicated came as a result the Michiganensian.
t CHIMES ASKS TRYOUTS of the action 'of the administrative -- --
- board of the literary college. A close Graduate Bulletin Goes to Press
Tryout-s for the editorial staff . observance of the men's -bluebooks Copy for the general announcement
of Chimes, campus opinion showed evidences of cheating in his- for the Graduate school has been sent
monthly, are wanted. Second tory 16, a course, conducted by Prof. to press. The bulletin is expected tc
semester freshmen are eligible. f N. B. Phillips. he out about March 24.
Anyone interested may report at -
Chimes office in the Union be- ee
blw d n heUnon Ukranian Chorus To Sing Tonight
tween 4 and 6 o'clock any after-
noon this week.
Second semester freshmen and

"Comite Franc-Amerique." In addi-
tion, he is editor-in-chief of the publi-
cation "France-Etats-Unis."
Three Day Ultimatum Denied
London, Feb. 12-(AP)-Reuter's
correspondent in Constantinople says
there is no confirmation there of the
report that the Turks have issued a
three day ultimatum for the allied
warships to' leave Smyrna.
The correspondent adds that he
learns the Turkish commander at
Smyrna warned Rear Admiral Mich-
olson, commander of the British light
cruise:.
Summer School Posters to Appear
. Posters advertising the Summer ses-
sion, with .announcementsc where to
apply for information and a border of
campus views, have been printed by
the Summer session administration.
F rench Occupy Wessel and Ennericli
Berlin, Feb..12-(AP)-Sei-official
announcement is made here' that the

of the Oxford Union, will speak at a - 'ieeded.
special meeting of th Liberal club at
7 o'clock Monday evening, Feb. 19, in Iowa Again Wins 36&2a
room 302 of the Union. Mr. Lindsay Columbus, O., Febt 12.-Iowa de-
was former president of the Oxford feated Ohio State 36 to 25 in a West-,
jLabor club and is now holding a trav- ern Conference basketball game here'
eling fellowship from the Workers tonight. Iowa showed wonderful
Riucation association. The subject of form in th last five minutes of play. !c
the lecture will be "The British Labor Forward Blair of Ohio State made a
Party and Workers' Education." three sensational baskets from the C
The next regular meeting of the center of the floor. At the end of the b
Liberal club will be held Friday eve-: balf the score was 16 to 10 in favor fi
ning at the Union. E. E. Linton, pres. of Iowa.. o
ident of one of the local trade untons!, - --iti
will speak on the subject, "Labor and Indiana Takes Over Illinois 31-24
the Democratization of Industry." A Bloomington, Ind., Feb. 12. - The y
discussion of the League for Indust- brilliant work of Myikos, forward, 'ti
rial Democracy and contributing edi- and Parker, center, two new mem- e
tor for The Nation, will speak on the bers of the Indiana squad, led to a 2
subject "Social Ownership, a Condi- 31 to 24 victory for their team over o
tion of Peace and Well Being.".. This' Illinois in a Western Conference t
meeting will be held in the Natural basketball game here tonight. Hell- a
Science auditorium at 7:30. strom showed best for Illinois. in
l ~o~ies Bows 0oCtiM PUS
Acting as a reviver of memories of at the parties following. It also con- a
the J-Hop and of the week end of tains a short history of this social o
event at the University. Other articles v
house parties and social functions related to the J-lop are "Perfect Be-
that attended it, the February issue havior at the Hop." by Leo Jay Hersh-
of Chimes, campus opinion monthly, dcrfer, '23, and Thornton Sargent, '22,
will appear Wednesday, copies of the and "I Defy the Faculty," by Leo Jay 4
issue have been already sold, some Hershdorfer, '23. A full page of Hop tl
having been distributed at the fratern- cartoons by Halsey Davidson, '25, is n
ity house parties Saturday, but Wed- also used.
nesday's sale will be its first general Fiction in the issue, other than that
distribution. published in relatibn to the Hop, con- t
I Tha icmiA iS nrimariiv el. -nn is i Q+Q of n - 4nrx -ar -In. - rm - -

other students in the University
are wanted as tryouts for the
business staff of Chimes. They
should report to James Hume,
'23, business .manager, from 1:30
to 5:30 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon at the office in the Press
building.
DAILY BUSINESS TRYOUTS
WANTED
Tryouts for the business staff
of the Daily should call at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the office in the Press hilding.

A musical event of unique signifn- Ukranian National chorus. Aria from Franco-Belgian intend to occupy the
cance will be the appearance here of "Russian e Ludmilla," Glinka; Look, hart ors of 'Wessel and Ennerich to-
the Ukranian National chorus, which Pretty Ma'iden, Dargomijaky; The mmirow.
sings at 8 o'clock tonight in Hill aud- Dream, Glazounoff; Arioso from "Op-
ritchnik," Tschaikowsky; Mlle. Oda,
Slobodskaja. Hey Near BoryshpolI
of about 40 members under the direc- -lKoshetz; Poor Hawthorne, Koshetz. PROHIBITION
tion of Alexrfider Koshetz, Mlle. Oda Evening, Koshetz; Kolomeika, Ko- OFFICERS
Slobodskaja, leading dramatic so- lessa;! Lullaby, Barvinsky-Koshetz; F
prano of the Petrograd opera, will The Ukranian National chorus. Di- Couldn't find room at the J-Hop,
offer two groups of songs and oper- vinite du Styx, Gluck; Der Euss, , but all entering students may
- c arias. : Beethoven; Aria, "Vissi d'arte" from
Mlle. Slobodskaja has won brilliant :"La Tosca," Puccini; Aria from "Le rind first class' modern rooms
E;uccesses at the Imperial Opera in Cid," Massenet; Mlle. Oda Slobodska- at convenient locations in the
tn .-.-.,a o mnn+.n l wh-r sh,-n 4 . A mVi T, mPnv i-t +hef+,+ - &n'cified elumns.

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