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4:aiItlj

MlEMBE~R
ASSO~CIATEDiJ JRE
and
W ESTERN CONFERF
ED)ITOR&IAL ASSttJA'

WERS

,. XXXIV. No. 164

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1924

EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE

- . . I

TO

ELECT

NEXT

YEAR'S

OFFICERS

TOO

TO BADG.ERITTI
BY SCORE OF
WISCONSIW NNE PUTS CRE
MICHIGAN'S 'HOPES FOl
CHAMPION SHIP
BENSON TAKFS PLAC]
OF STRYKER IN FI
Christensen Allows Wolverine
Only 'ntwo Scratch flits
in WholeGame
Special to The2 iay
Madison, Ais., May 12.--Wis
put a crimp in the championship
of the Michigan baseball team
when they ran away with a 4
victory. Christensen was in
form fbr the Badgets, and hel
Michigan team to two scratch
Both of these hits came in the f
inning. Haggerty ran out a
to third, and Giles hit one toc
field. Neither one of the hits r
ed in runs.
Stryker, starting on the moue
the Wolverines, was not In his
form and was relieved by Bens
the fifth inning.

higan Starts
rted the scoring i
when they were
iss two tallies wi
t was thrown ou
Haggerty got on1
to second on Dill
the pitcher. Thi
tror. Gilesi was p
inner filling the.I
ed on Wilson's h
Lnan scored late
o the pitcher. Ot
ining Michigan di
re.
scored in the s
rener hit for
ed on Goss' hit.
ird inning when h
li the outfield tha

when Aec
bases and
scored in tl
a drive th
sulted in a

BS HONOR STUDENTS Candida
4.2 FOR CONqOtI
111 IN IFIRST AFFAIR OF ITS KIND TO
IBE HELD IN IIILL:
AU1DITORIHI Y
E PRESIDENT BURTON WILL
FTH BE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
e La (eatlerig r c m UIJMMERt . DICKMAN
Aluiini Memorial ]cal In Case Of '
Fair Weather Following is a list of the creden-
tials for the candidates for the Union
Honor students of the senior classes, presidency, these credentials having
consin all holders of fellowships and schol- been certified by the present head of
all holdrs of fhellowtshs and sche- the organization:
hopes Warships in the Graduate school, and the Thomas Cavanaugh, '24, Union Ac-
today recipients of special scholarship tivities: assistant recording secretry,
to 2 awards will assemble at 3:45 o'ceOCk recorder, chairman of registration
this afternoon and march to Hill and- committee, chairman of the announce-
great Itorium where the first annual Honars niment committee, reception committee,
d the Convocation of the University will be executive committee, chairman of the
hits. held. President Marion L. Burton fall housing committee, chairman of
will deliver the Convocation address. h omngcmite
fourth Mr hn10suet nteltr the rooming committee.
SMore than 140 students in the lir- Franklin J. Dickman, '25, Union
bntary college who have att ned at 'Activities: Father's Day committee,
enter J least a B average and hold ;rank inchimnoFaersDyUinm-
chairman of Fathers Day, Union mze-
esult- the highest ten percent of the senior morial committee, Union opera com-
class, together with a group of a rep-
d for resentative honor students from the
other senior classes, have reccived
usual invitiations to attend the Convocation. SELLFOESH AI0
on in IForty-five holders of fellowships and
scholarships in the Graduate school
and 50 recipients of special sch'larmT
n the ship awards will also be present.
nabl- No March If Rain
ithout If there is rainy weather there
ta for willbe no procession to Hill auditor- Funds. For Benefit Of Summer Outing
by an ium and the honor students will mere- . For Youngsters To Be
man's ly present theii invitations at the Collected
s also middle inner door in Hill auditorium .--
ut on and be ushered to reserved seats. -a fEVENS, OLIPHANT HEA l)
dases, If the eatheris fair 'all of'the hon- COMMITTEE FOR CAMPAIGN
it to or students will assemble oh the side-
r on walk on South University avenue, dir-'
utside ectly south of Alumn Memorial hall. Today is tag day on the campus for
Snot The places for assembly in case of the benefit of the Fresh Air Camp,
good or poor weather, of all other per- according to announcement of the Stu-
econd s06 to be in attendance, .inciding the. -dent Christian asociation, under
three President of the Unversity, the Presi
Goss whose direction the funds for tde E
e put sity, ,the Regents, the Deana, and oth- annual summer camp are being col-
at re er faculty members, is announced-in lected.' The University of Mi chigan
the Daiiy .Official Bulletin of this camp is an annual affair, and was
issue. The gathering will assemble at orgnized by the S C A three years
n the 13:45 o'clock and go directly to HilI for the benefit of the unfortunate
.keep auditoriuni ~~~where at 4;15 o'c1ock thea r ten un nte
keep Convocation will ein. t lren of the city.
more Gle C To s The goal .for the Adrive this year
r the The. progra'm will consist of a pro- 4stwo thousand dollars, which is
c ,l essional march played by almer about the same as. it has been for
cular esoa mrhpaedbyPle the last three years. Donations of
e ov- Christian, IJniversity organist; a song
ike a by the University Glee club; the ad- any denomination will be appreciated
dress by President Burton; singing of by the Association.
"The Yellow and Blue"; and the play- Charles Stevens, '26, i.s chairman
A' E ing of the recessional by Mr. Christian. of the committee which has direct
0 0 The names of all students who will charge of the drive, while Mile Oli-
0 = 1 be honored in today's Convocation will phant, '25, is chairman of the general
0 0 be printed in tomorrow's issue of The committee of the Student Christian
0 0 Daily. The Program's for the affair association, having charge of all mat-
1 0 include a list of the total number of ters pertaining to the camp for the
4 0 honor students. coming summer. All of the fraternity
0 0I All of the honor students and mem- and sorority houses on the campus
0 0 bers of the faculty who will attend have been canvassed, this work being
3 Convocation are requested to wear done under the direction of Harry D.
caps and gowns this afternoon Hoy, managing editor Michigan Daily.
o 0 The funds collected as a result of]
9 1 1 the drive today are to be used ex-
W earv H um ans elusively for the purpose of sending
A E l the children to the camp for one 10-
0 o To Beg M e r c y c day period. Ten dollars will support
1 1 one boy for 10 days, according to the
fE S ts figures of. the'association; and all
0 ,0 E e Su" oter funds needed in the upkeep of
0' 0 the camp are received from alumni
4 e Parched tongues, trembling bodies, and from donations of friends of the
52 every limb quaking, their voices half institution.!
0 0 gone vainly begging for nercy, their!
o o ifeet swollen, brulsed and cover ed TE
15 4 with blood-picture this little band!
of scantily-clad, half-delirious, semi- UI Il
conscious morals struggling on over .
the hot burning sands to arrive at 9 iwrIiHi SMKER
2. their long-sought and long-hoped-for
4 home..
The sun will blaze down upon their Hal H. Smith, '95, of Detroit, will

base miserable soul, such a sight having be the principal speaker at the all-
runs never before been witnessed by that campus political smoker to be held at,
Stolen mammoth solar body. Even the fir- 7:30 tonight in the upper reading
k out ' mament will seem to shrink under room of the Union. Mr. Smith, who
Base their tired feet. No compassion will is being brought here by the Repub-
enson, be shown them by their cruel op- lican club, is a candidate for the re-
pressors, but as they wearily make publican senatorial nomination. He
their way with burning hearts their has announced as his subject, "The
bodies will tremble with fear which Importance of Being a Republican.". I
ith H1 even the gods though to be lacking ' The gathering is not only for Re-
their in the stronger sex. publican club members but. is for thel
k this However, in such a melting pot entire campus. A discussion of na-
to Z souls are reborn. If any manage to tional issues will be stressed at the
after- survive the terrible - ordeal under meeting. Prof. Everett S. Brown. of
which they will be placed this after- the political science department will
noon, they shall be rewarded a thous- preside.
andfold. For, after long hours of un-F
speakable agony and misery, the sur-I
vivors shall arrive at the matchless WHERE TO VOTE
monarch of the ages,.the Sphinx, and
her secrets which have imparted to Lits-In front of Library I
only a chosen few in the past centur- . . .

xtes For Union Presidency

VOTERS ATTENTION
Special efforts have been made
in this election to bring to the at-
tention of the voters in the all-
campus elections the qualificat-
ions of the candidates for the of-
f ices on the ballot. Besides de-
tailed lists of work done pictures
of the candidates for the major
offices have been printed in The
Daily with the purpose of bring-
ing to YOU, the voters, the infor-
mation necessary to cast a fair
and intelligent ballot in the elect-
ions today.
It is inportant that candidates
be selected because they have the
proper qualifications for the of-
fices they seek in order that the
work of the organizations may be
carried out efficiently next year.
Fifth ward methods of swinging
an election should not be allow-
ed hold in an intelligent, comn-
I munity., Conscientious striving
should be rewarded by the un-
(dergraduate voters.
Make your choice of candidates
as you know the men to be quali-
fied to hold their offices. Mark
the ballot now and be ready to
vote honestly and intelligently
at the polls.

HAGTIVITIES EALL[
j
I WOMEN MAY EXERCISE C0
j IN ALL BUT COUNCIL,
[ ()UNiON OFFICES
SIX MEN SEEK UNION
PRESIDENCY POSITI(
Polls Will Be Open From n Till 1:
j I Coui l Will Count Votes
Following Election
Registered students in all colle
today will vote on the candidates
j positions in seven campus activit
women students being allowed a 1
jlot for all offices except those of
Stident council and the Union. '
polls will be open from 9 to 4 o'cl
j at the same places as the re;
Lration tables were placed.
Th-e nositionst oth ha Pu by

SPANAGEL , WILKINS -I CAVANAUGH

LIVINGSTONX

mittee. Other activities: chairman of
class publicity committee, class social
committee, Michigan Daily (1).
Robert J. Hummer, '25, Union Activ-
ities: chairman of house department,
circus committee of Union Fair, Union
opera, stage manager of Mimes the-
atre, Father's Day committee, execu-
tive committee. Other activities: se-
cretary of the Student council.
Charles D. Livingstone, '25, Union
Activities: general chairman reception
department, chairman of booths and
concessions at Union Fair, Union
chairman of faculty-student mixer, re-
corder of recording department, Dean
Bates portrait committee fall recep-

tion committee, Union opera, Mimes.
executive council. Other activities:
president of the Comedy club, and
chairman of the alumni grid graph
committee.
Willard W. Spanagel, '25E, Union
Activities: chairman of entertainment
committee, assistant chairman of cir-
cus, Union Fair, Union opera. Other
activities: Glee club, Varsity quar-
tette, advertising manager of the
Technic, Comedy club, Engineering
honor committee.
Win. J. Wilkins, '26L, Union Activi-
ties: summer dance committee. Other
activities: president of the freshman
law class.

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fo
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Council Nominees

DENBY W.LL MAKE
'CAP N-IGHT SPEECH

Noted Alummus Of ' l, Class
Coue Saturday For
Animal Exercises

To

KELLY A ND BROWN WILL BE
OTHER SPEAKERS IN 'HOLLOW'
Definite announcement has been,
made by the committee in charge that
Cap Night will be held Saturday iaght,
--AN..-.r -1--1T

TI
IF9

FOX C XNABLE

Stops Home Run
Benson niado- his appearance i
fifth inning but 'was unable to
the Badgers from scoring two
runs.
Bachman playing left field fo
Wolverines made several specta
catches. The prize catch was on
er his shoulders ,that looked li
sure home run. Box Score:,

Michigan
Deview rf
Kipke, cf
Bachman, if
Blott, c
Haggerty 3b
Dillman, ss
Giles, 2b
Wilson, lb
Stryker, p
Benson, p
*Steger
Totals

ABR H d

4.
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
32

0
0
6
7
1
1
7
1
0
0,
20
0
1
0
0
0
1
3
1
15
27

!I

The qualifications for' the candidates iay .17, and that Edwin . Denby,
on the ballotY for they- presidency of '96L, has accepted an invitation to de-
the Student Council at'e as follows: Iliver'the principal address at the cere-
Alfred B. Connable, jr., '25, Student, mois . thrspeakers on the even-
council, night editor Michigan Daily, ing's program will be 'Oscar Brown,
Union opera committee, Union upper- '24L, for the students, and Jack Kelly,
class advisory committee, editor fresh- .24L, chairman for the evening. The'
man handbook, freshman glee clubd, I (crenonies will be held in Sleepy
Varsity glee club (2), publicity chain Hollow as has been the custom in the
man S. C. A. (2), S. C. A. cabinet (2). pa-t.}
Edward M. Fox. '25E,- Student coun Mi, Denby has already wired his
cil (3), engineering honor conmmitte, uwillingness to speak, and will probab-
secretary of class, president of the ! ly arrive in Ann Arbor Saturday at-
junior engineering class. ternoon. His subject has not been an-
nounced as yet. Oscar Brown, who
will represent the student body, has
A~A1VCQrepresented Michigan on the Varsity
L LL IJLMh n te rydebating team in 1920-21 and at Nor-
thorn Oratorical league contests. For.
T9LK some time he has. been an instructor
P1t CS U. Unthe public speaking department
depr- vhere.
Prof. Ralph A. Sawyer of the phy- To insure audibility of the speaker's
Ivoicethroughout the whole assembly
sis department will deliver a lecture magnifiers will be installed in the
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the natural sneaker's stand. This means of
science auditorium on "Liquid Air and broadtasting the talk was successful-,
Its Uses." The lecture is given pri- ly employed last year.,
marily to elementary courses in phy-
sics, but the general public is invited. IN eophytes R ill
' The University is now in a posi
tion to supply its own liquid air as Scrub 'W ay In to
a new air machine is installed and
working. This machine was con- rin lesOr er
tracted 'for some time ago but could'
not be secured until last fall withoutt
the liquifier, which was being made 1 ' With bent heads and trembling
in the shops of the General Electric brows, abashed before the mighty
research laboratory. This part has iearning and ideals of the sago , and

Explosion Hurts
2 Chem. Students
William E. Lord, '27E, and Herman
G. Bremenkampf, '27E, received severe
cuts and burns about the eyes as the
result of the explosion of a test tube
yesterday afternoon in the chemistry
building.
According to Dr. W. E. Forsythe of
the Heath Service, the two students
will be confined to their rooms for a
few days until an eye specialist Can
deternine the extent of the cuts.
The students were said to have beent
making flash powder to put in their
pots before throwing them into the
fire on Cap Night,
Oldest Graduate
Dies In Lansing
Laneing, May 12.-(By aP -Dr
William J. Beal, "grand old r an" of]
the piel igan Agricultural colle;e,
died :It the h'cnme of his' daug ter, 'Ars
;i3y St'nnard Baker, in ANheerst,
M.afsachusetts today.
Dr 1. '*a was credited wi; i ' -b'ei-
he oldest living living alumn us o the
University of Michigan. "'He gradu-T
ated in 1853, after which he attended
Harvard and other schools before
coming to the M. A. C. 'botany depart-l
ment, he retired from the agricultural
college in 1910 after 40 years of ser-
vice and was made professor emeritusI
f botany. He was the author of mxany
botanical works and a history of the
agricultural college..
League Committee
C h o o s es Officers

IVote today
ganizations
Student'sC
torical boar
dent Publi
of Athletics
In the Ur
for presid
candidates,

secretary and vice presidents from
each class. The dents, pharmics an d
educations are represented by a com-
bined vice president whom they elect
Faculty and alumni members of the
Union can vote for the presidency and
recording secretary position at a Un-'
ion booth in the corridor of that build-
ing.
Two men are in the race for coul-
cil presidency. Of the six can'didates,
nominated for senior counciltnotW
three will be chosen, and likewise in
the junior list. The junior ,co'n
men' axe'el ette for'a two year~
of bffice& *
TwQ nien 'rcip'for S. C .A.,pres1.
dieit1and twbt foir 'eteiaiy. oFr the .
Ormt'orxCal association 'pesideny,
four 1ian are on the %1'ot;Three are,
ru nning for'vice 'pe sidt, two.for
secretaryand tWv' for"treurer. Two.,
ien ar e in the'race' for Varsty cheer-
eader.
The publications hard has eight
men nominated fronwhich three will
be elected for next year. The ath--
letic board has six men from which
three men will also be elected.
A cheering section referendum sub-
mitting the plan of the Student coun-
cil for such an organization next fall
will be voted upon by all male stu-
dents
When the polls close all members
of the Student council who are not
candidates for office in the election
vill count the votes. During the
^ounting of the ballots the room will
be locked and no one will be admitted.
The successful candidates will be an-
nounced in The Daily tomorrow morn-
ing. .
Ahimni and faculty .ienthers of the
M chigan Union may'vote for Presi-
dent anal Recording Secretary of the
Union at any of the campus booths by
proving their identity by card.
JU RY CONVtSBLANGLEY
Fop LI QUORCONSPIRCY
Covington, May 12, (By A.P.)--A
jury in federal court ,here tonight
found Congressman John W. Lang-
ley of Kentucky guilty of conspiracy
n connection with a whiskey trans-
;ction in 1921.
The jury disagreed in the case of
deliberating three hours and forty
minutes. Milton Lipschultz of Phil-
adelphia, defendent with Langley, was
also found guilty,
The jury disagreed in hte case of
Albert S. Slater, of Philadelphia, the
third defendent. The maximum sen-
tence for, conviction i two years im-
: prisonment and a $10,009 fine but
Judge. .Cbchrand intimated .the fine
would be omitted.

ULtLA S *J. U", LIVU UJ tL
are in the following c
s Union, Student coun<
Christian association, O
rd, Board in Control of St
cations, Board in Conti
s, and cheerleader squad,
nion one man will be'chos
ent out of a field of E
in addition to a recordi:

Wisconsin - * Al; R
Dugan,rf 4 1]
Ellingson, ss 4 0
Taugen, 3b 4 1
Aschenbrer, c 1 1]
Emanuel, cf 4 0
Christensen, p 3 0
Goss,2b* 4 1
Servatius, if 3 0{
Stein, 1b 3 0
Totals 30 47
*Hit for Benson in Ninth.

H
1
0
2
1
1
0
2
0
0

3
t
,

i.
41
i
t
A
3
is
I'

At a meeting of the Central organ-
ization committee for the Michigan
League local campaign held last night
in Lane hall, Mrs. Theophile Raphael
WI s elected President-Councillor.
Other officers elected were Mrs. Jam-
es Kennedy secretary-treasurer; Miss
Gertrude brock, chairman of the local
campaign; Mrs. Joseph Markicy,
chairman of lists; anid Mrs. J1. Griffith
Hays chairman of publicity.
The divisional chairmen will meet at
1:30 o'clock tomorrow night in the
auditorium of Lane hall.

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By innings:
Michigan
Wisconsin'

020 000 000-
010 120 00x-

Two base hits, none. Three
hits Aschenbrer. Home
none. Sacrifice hits Stein. .
bases, Dillman, Emanuel. Struc
Stein 6, Stryker 6, Benson 1.
on Balls, Stein 4, Stryker 2, Be
3.
Senior Lit _Notice
Those whose names begin w
to Q inclusive should procure
invitations from 2 to 5 o'clock
afternoon in University hall; R
from 2 to 5 o'clock tomorrow
noon.
18 DAYS LEFT
n whchtfn n -,,,.rain

now been received and a week ago kneeling 1 .ore the marv-s of the oni-
the machine was put in running con- j verse, the fearsome neophytes of Tri-
dition. I angles w i scrub their way into the
4anks of that ancient order this a1fter-'
noen.
TO SPUK ' .Wieldin g brushes w ithi all their
FACULTY MEN10puny streppgth, the humbled and !ow-
y niefjbtis of next year'? j en-I
gineering class will thus have im-
BEFORE ADELPITII pressy upcP their souls thy trulyvir-
the of intal accomplishment and
Adelphi House of Representatives I physical prowess. Only wite,1 the ter-
will hold its annual banquet at G.o'-;rifying pormals of the dreal physical,
wil otortures \ hich encompass thlem have
clock tonight at Willet's cafe. W. D. been safeiy pui behind wxl they be
lHenderson, director of the University honored and considered as members of
extension division, and L. G. (Crocker that sacrdd order.
of the public speaking department but ?Vea at that time will ithe sec-
will speak at this time. [rets be denied- thein, for: c " greater
The organization will take this op- portals njist be opened bt ore them!
portunity to make its first present- and oen greater physicar tortures
ation of honor awards for service to successfuly endured before they will
the- society on thme campus. Trhe med-j be reeivedl. And only when the dy-
Sals will be awarded to R. L. Alexah- ing sun has been at last di umed in
der, '24, Wilfred Hocking, '241,, and D. the golden west will the neophytess
0. Cook, '24. Silver gavels will be arise as !'etter men and .rembers of
awarded to the last two speakers of ; that ancienxt order of Triangles.
the house, R. L. Alexander, '24, and N'eduesday night the neophytes will i
M. H. Pryor, '25. fartaki;e of a feast, having been final-
lv received and considered as worthy I

Swimmners Choose
Kerr For Captain
William W. Kerr, '25E, was elect-t
ed captain of the Varsity swimming;
team at a meeting yesterday afternoon.I
He succeeds Jown W. Kearns, '24E, the
retiring captain.
.Nemr has been a consistent pointl
getter throughout the year, being es-
pecially strong in the back stroke. He
was a ing factor in earning the firstr
place for Michigan in the recent Con.
ference Qxwimming meet at Chi .w;c
Cabot's Daughter
Holds Own, Report

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A cable message from Dean Hugh
Cabot of the Medical school relative
to the condition of his daughter, Mary,
who was stricken ill aboard the
fice here. The message stated that
received yesterday at the Dean's of-
steamer I lconia two weeks ago was
she was "still holding her nwn'' and

WILL METTURSA
Prelimnary instructions will be
given to students who expect to at-

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