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VOL. XXXIV. No. 98


MHIGAN 10 FACE 'Keep The Field House Clean', D
AthleticAssociation UrgesME
"Keep the field house clean, is the! According to Fielding H. Yost, di
18logan of a campaign announced last rector of intercollegiate athletics
SIB V til TO C 1night by the Athletic association to these rules are for the purpose ofenseUaN IESIiiNI HI
enlist hestudent support in preserv- k eping the building clean. "When:
ing the equipment for Michigan ath- we have a good thing we want to keep
eENDERSON AND HAGGERTY TO es of what is believed to be the it," the Coach said. "and that is the !E. E. REESE, BUILDER OF FIRST
START AS FORWARDS; finest athletic plant in the country. spirit that we hope the students will STATION, OFFERS SERVICES
DOYLE AT CENTER To maintain the unusual facilities that I take in helping to enforce these regu- TO DAILY
the Yost field house offers, regulations lations."
have been made which it believes ev- To help in handling the crowds at
REORGANIZED VARSITY ery student will cooperate in enfore- games students and all other coupon NEWS PROGRAM WILL BE
At the present time spectators are
Invading Boilermakers Occupy hindering the men at practice in the FIELD HOUSE REGULATIONS Conference Game Will Be Broadcasted
goitlermak CerOcuey Tap house by walking on the dirt floor and _Frot Station BCLocted in
Position In Conference te cteigppr rudo h h tltcFo tto CCLctdi
Ratthen scating gropapers around on the The Athletic association an- Engineering Department
ground. Besides the intererence of ounces the following rule to be
thIytnes h euetu c in effect at all times in the Yost1j The Michigan Daily will broadcas
Purdue university's basketball five. miated rnthe b usld iastbecomen I feld house: s play by play details of 1the Michigan-
boasting a trio of intercollegiate court a great inconvenience. j No concession will be granted ' Purdue conference basketball game
luminaries, will engage Coach Mather's For this reason spectators will be in the field house. a tonight beginning about 8:45 o'clock
Varsity quintet in a crucial game in allowedl only in the gallery during No hand programs are to be from Station WIal engi-
the Conference race at 8 o'clock to- practice periods and no concessions sold or given out to spectators Ineering department of the University.
night at the Yost field house. will be granted to food sellers which entering the field house. Listeners-in in every state in the
The invading Boilermakers are will involve the throwing away of No smoking is allowed any- j country will be able, it is expected, to
perched in the top rung of the Big wrappers by purchasers of their corn- Iwhere in the interior of the build-!! hear the details of the Big Ten confer-
Ten standing, sharing the honor posi- modities. The smoking rule, as has ing. I ence game to be played in Yost field
tion with the Chicago team, with five been stated before, will be enforced During athletic 1ractice per- house. The Purdue Exponent will an-
victories and one defeat as its rec- to prevent the spreading of refuse, and iods speators will be allowed hounce the broadcasting this morning
ord. Early in the season Iowa sur- smoke from bothering the contesting I in the bacon only. so that the scores of students in Pur-
prised the Old Gold and Black ath- athletes. Students and other coupon oydue may hear the game when it is
letes, winning by 10 points, but the' The question of hand programs has holders will enter through the transmitted. The Daily is able to of-
Lambtrtmen have been playing in also been dealt with by the Athletic IStaya street entrances for all fer this new service to its readers and
great form since that setback and are association. In order to do away with contests. I others through the courtesy of Mr. E
determined to duplicate their title win- this paper and to convenience the stu- j3E. Dreese, of the electrical engineering
ning campaign of two years ago. dents a large stationary scoreboard department, designer and director of
Race Not Decided has been erected over the balcony Station WCBC, which was just com-.
Michigan's spirited play in the first which will give the names of the play- holders are asked to enter only through pleted in the past few weeks. This
four games of the season was lacking ers in basketball games, their posi- the State street entrances of the house will be the first regular program from
in the battle with the Gophers last tions, the score at all times and the The ticket office is in the North en- the station.
Monday night as Cherry's sudden re- name of the opponent. I4trance which should be used only by Between halves, the radio depart-
call from the trip completely disorgan- A special device has been worked those who are buying tickets for the ment of The Daily .has arranged to
ized the teamwoirk of the players. out on this board by Coach Elton E. games so as' to evenly divide the broadcast a program' of news selected
With a day of light work on Wednes- Wieman simplifying the changing of crowds. from the past issues of the paper
day, following the long trip, and a figures. It is thought that this will Signs directing the spectators to thei this week. Efforts have been made
light workout yesterday, the Skipper enable the crowd at all times to know various entrances are now being in- officials say, to secure news of a type
has had but one day to work in some- the points even though it is a fast stalled as well as similar labels for that will be interesting to every list-
one to fill Cherry's shoes. scoring game. the various Athletic association offices ener, whether a student or alumnus or
Back on their own floor, and realis- not. Late telegraph news as well as
in thtte tnferencedracae i ari
ing that~~~~~~ the Cofrnercrsfr eiesults of other basketball games
from decided, M ichigan's Varsity is d t r i e t rs it r r m P r !'
due tonight antd from Indiana, whom I IOO [O B , l rnmte ilb oea
wave-length of 280 meters.
they play here Monday night, and
III AR U The Daily is in receipt of a number
again' hold the leader's' position, re- I
ill Hleds ersnxiiattekconI E S P A Eof E A C E E C PL N letters on radio mtesand will
Bill eHendersonwillstartsthecon-- any possible way If they Enill address
t at sGorard, Hangen wl be Editor Says Entertainment is What Slosson To Uphold Affirmative in their communication to the Radio de-
ted baco uard, which position Majority Desire in Their Deate on Policies Outlined partment, The Michigan Daily, Ann
sitdbctegadwhcpoiinaJo urnalDsir herin Bak Plan !Arbor.
he held down at the beginning of the Journals _____kP____Arbr-_
season. Henderson has been a Var- ~~~W~~~
strong player, with an uncanny ability ;IOE
to cage baskets when in a close melee "Unlimited opportunities are offer- Prof. William H. Hobbs, head of the FOR UNIEITY STUDY
under the basket. Although not very 'ed by the weekly paper to those who geology department and Prof. Preston
speedy, he is exceptionally shifty and
should prove asurceofy sonstant have the passion and courage to write W. Slosson of the history department
worry to any guard. ' fearless and candid editorials," said will meet in a dual debate at 8 o'clock Miss Marjorie Lindsey, graduate of
Doyle at Center H. M. Nimmo, the editor of the De- Thursday, Feb. 21 in Natural Science the University of Manchester, Eng-
George Haggerty will take his cus-troit Saturday Night at the first meet- auditorium. The question will be: and, who has recestlbeen chsen
tomary place atoard, Doyle will I.t v ing of the semester of the Student "Resolved: That the United States has arrived in Ann Arbor after her
and Deng will handle the two defense i Press club held last night in Uni- should adopt the policies proposed in trip from England. Miss Francis E
positions. With Henderson to be con- versity hall. the Bok peace plan," Professor Slos- Riggs, the founder of the fellowship
sidered as a scoring factor and with "The average mind of the newsread- son upholding the affirmative and Pro- which is bringing Miss Lindsey here
Haggerty and Kipke in form, Mic hi-er 'is 14 years of age. It is to these fessor Hobbs the negative sides of the accompanied Mein Lindsey from
gan's oDetroitsaould willybenindtheicity until
gan's thene speople that the city daily must appeal. question. Monday.
Purdue will line up with Travis and They lead a dull life and after their The debate which will be open to The foundation under whose aus-
Spradling at the forwards, Capt. Guil- day's work they want entertainment, the public will be the second public Plces Miss Linsey was brought to the
Ion and Robbins are exceptional bas- They want a 3 ring circus every night meeting of the League of Nations Non- University was established by Miss
ket shooters andclever floor men and t 5 o'clock The comics and the Partisan association. Professor I-obbs' Riggs of Detroit "under the cobperat-
will bear considerable watching. The c steadfast opposition to the Wilson idea ing auspices of the English Speak-
Boilermakers are speedy, breaking sports sell newspapers. Andy Gump of participation in international af- ing Unions of the British Empire and
quickly for either defense or offense and Jack Dempsey are the greatest fairs has long been known, as has the United States."
and are bound to furnish the fans with newsboys in the country," according Dr. Slosson's approval of it. It will Miss Lindsey is the second British
another thrilling encounter. to Mr. Nimmo. jbe remembered that both men have student who has been appointed to this
"The weely paper must appeal to published communications on the sub- fellowship. Reginald I. Lovell who
the thoughtful ad intelligent people I ject of the Bok peace award in the has been in Ann Arbor since last fall
Lhevtnne"Recitalhr " "cotinuede r columns of The Daily at the time the was the first person to be given the
Creates Interest Nimmo. "The failure of the. weekly award was mae, and their active in- Whie i the University, Miss Lind-
papesaitbeausIthyeapeastoteriest in the matter should add to te hl theheUivriy, Ms id
Papers is because they appeal to the interest of the debate. sey will specialize in geology.
Recent successful recitals by Josef shelf if it seems dull and foolish. The!
Lhevinne, Russian anisd ine weekly must retain the respect and pnn 5 ot Tfll I Great Composers
Lhevinne in New York and other east- interest of people of the more Intel-j.i
ern cities predict a concert of note lectuScores
,, etal mind. The success of the De- co e Obtained

when those artists appear in a two- troit Saturday Night is due in part
piano recital on Monday night in Hill tot eact tha itwas a party in thA ub adtnohmsa
auditorium, in the last of the Extra fight for the 'open shop'. It tookt aSCNA IIARI S A valuable addition to the musical
concerts for this season. TelegraphI fearless stand against organized lab- . collection of the University library:
reports from the managers state that or. The city daily could not afford Washington, Feb. 15.-The senate has been recently made by the pur-
Iain ne played to crowded'. houses to do this." oil committee took a 10-day recess chase of the scores of a number of
in Carnegie hall, and was compelled Mr. Nimmo stated that he believed the great composers. The purchase
to give 14 encores. that there are just as great journalists includes a complete edition of Bach in
An admiring public has character- jrng as which decredited two of the most sen- 47 volumes, of Handel in 97 and of
today' as there were during the days 47vlms fHndliI7ado
ized him as Rubinstein's legitimate of Raymond and Greely. "The wave sational rumiors which recently have Palestrina in 19 volumes; and also a.
successor, and those who have the op~ of commerce and the developmnt of come before it. number of volumes containing the
portunity to hear this virtuoso either the press have kept the personality Frank A. Vanderlip, whose public' scores of Schumann, Schubert, Chopin.
in solos or in conjunction with Mme. and individuality of these men sup- references to the sale of President Haydn, Liszt, and Berlioz. The col-
Lhevinne, understand why he is class- pressed and they have not come tolection, which was obtained at a cost
ed among the world's greatest players the front. Men do not write their ed- Harding's Marion Star had shocked the of $1,250 through the library's book-
and interpreters. Mr. Lhevinne's Ann itorials as they see them but in the country told the committee that he agent in Leipsig, has been purchased
Arbor program contains both solo and manner in which they are assigned to himself did not believe the rumors as the result of an appropriation made
two piano numbers. write them. This does not bring out which lie gave circulation; had no last year by the library committee to-
Tickets for this concert may be ob- the individual differences of the mod- facts to support them; and had made gether with the University Musical
tained at the office of the School of ern journalists," the editor stated in no effort at verification. society.
Music today and Monday. conclusion. Otto H. Kahn and E. F. Yoakum, whc The new scores represent an im-.


can force a roll call on their recom- the leasing policy. -
mendation that sur-taxes range up-
wards to 44 percent.
Republicans and Democrats alike
ity of a favorable vote in the house on
the Mellon sur-tax. Some. Republi-
cans expressed themselves that. the
through, although others were dub- --
ious. T. E. Collins Will Give Address in
On the other hand Democratic lead- ' hill Auditorium Tomorrow
ers are confident that, with the aid Night
of Republicans unwilling to go along
are organization, they can write their SUBJECT WILL CONCERN AID
income tax schedule into the bill. IOR CONDITIONS IN EUROPE
Representative Garner of Texas,
ranking Democrat of the ways and
means cmmittee, asserted there was a#T. E. Collins of New York city, for-
majority in sight for the rate carried merly connected with the American
in his substitute. Relief administration in Russia, will
Rep. Garrett the Democratic leader speak at the University services in
made this prediction: conjunction with Rev. Gaius GleIn At-
houe tx billsthe i mocratic p ah kins, pastor of the First Congregation-
hostill he the Doemocx ratin" al church of Detroit, at 7:30 o'clock
on txprovision tomorrow night in Hill auditorium.
of the bill probably will begin Tues- While Rev. Atkins will be the princi-
day. The house, already under agree- pay speaker of the program, the ser-
ment to terminate general debate vices of Mr. Collins has been procur-
osalt h ony tusdayapproved a pro ed in addition to the regular program.
posa tht onTueday menment to Mr. Collins will present a detailed
the income tax section should be in explanation in regard to the move-
order. Little time, leaders predicted, ment for European student relief. At
would be spent in debate as the five ,rment fo Esoensgen elief. A
minute rule thn will be in effect. 1 present he is engaged in delivering a
t series of speeches dealing with the
present conditions of Europe. Fol-
ST lowing the close of this series he plans
aHto return to Russia where he will re-
sume further relief work.
The question of European relief is
now being taken up by all major uni-
versities and a committee has recently
Washington, Feb. 15.-Senator beenappointed by the Student Council
Greesneoermon~t was shot onen-here to investigate into the feasibility
nsylvania avenue tonight but accord- oftscampus paticipating inethe
ingto hyscias hs cndiionis av-student friendship fund for relief of
Ing to physicians his condition is fav- European students.
orable. The shooting was reported ilio .an stu ents.
by the police to be accidental. Philip E. LaRowe of the S. of M.
The bullet struck Senator Greene in oirurlawiythe organ. Th nMagch o
the frontal bone over the left eye and the Magi Kings" and the closing num-
has not yet been located. The at- he MmKns arch Trimphnt-
tending surgeon said Mr. Greene was Mrs. Grace Johnson Conold of the
conscious but that his condition 'now voice department of the S. of M. will
also sing "The Choice in the. Wilder-
Senator Greene told the doctor he n ess" by Scott.
had no idea where the bullet had Dr. Atkins vho will speak on "The
come from but he said he did hear the EverlastingsReality of Religion" is a
report from the explosion from the Igraduate of Ohio State university, the
pistol which was of small calibre. gaut fOi tt nvriy h
Tistol whihngas ofsur lldatlbret University of Cincinnati law school
The shooting occurred at obout 10I and Yale Divinity school. He h~as
o'clock within a few blocks of the I(received honorary degrees from Dart-
capital, Mrs. Greene was with the imouth college and the University of
Senator at the time. The police said Vermont. He is also a member of the
the senator and Mrs. Greene were Phi Beta Kappa society and is the
passing the entrance to an alley where author of a number of books. In 1915
Mr. Greene was shot down. Mrs. he received the Church Peace Union
Greene summoned assistance and her prize award for' his essay on Inter-
husband was rushed to a hospital national peace. The services will be
where the doctors at a late hour had held under the auspices of the Stu-
not determined upon an operaion. dent Christian association.
The surgeons said the uncertainty
of Mr. Green's condition lay in the
fact that the had been unable to det 1 Cram Speaks Of
ermine whether the bullet had enter- "
ed the brain or lodged just behind thetn Senes
frontal bone.
Police said later Senator Greene Illustrating his talk with exception-
was shot in a street fight between in- ally colorful autochrome slides, Rob-
ternal revenue agents and "bootlegg- ert N. Cram of Harvard University lec-
ers". tured on "Old Villa Gardens of Italy"



had been depended upon as principal partant step in the library's plan to!
witnesses regarding the story of a one obtain a fairly large and usable col-
million dollar oil slush fund notified lection of the great masters. The
CADIDATS 'SELECTEthe committee they had no knowledge musical library has been well equip-
whatever about it and were ready to ped with works on musical biography
say so on the witness stand. nhistory, and criticsm, but the addition
The 14 days recess wa scoincident of the scores, which are all authenic
with a sharp reaction in the New York, copies after the original works, give

Said "There are more things in
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