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THE WEATHER
GENERALLY FAIR;
COOLER TODAY

Sitr i a n"1.

a t l

MEMtE
ASSOC I

VOL. XXXV. No. 22

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1924

EIGHT .PAGES

__...._.

MAD AME JERIT IA
WILL SING HERE
N EXT THURSDAY
NOTED CO)L ORATUJIA ASSISTED
BY MAX311 IiAN ROSE
AND E'IL lPOLAK
VARIED PROGRAM

Bursley Asks
Cooperation
In Dry Plansj

DR, MEIKLEJOHN
SHEADS PROGRAM
AT, CONVOCATIOTI

"I hope that all students who are
going to Urbana will cooperate with
the Illinois Student Council in their
endeavor to make their home-coming
a dry event, and I do not believe that
our students will do anything except
that which is fair in this regard,"
was the comment of Dean J. A. Burs-
ley, yesterday afternoon.
"Students who go to this game are
representatives of the University and
not individuals who have the privilege
of going down there to get intoxicated
or permit themselves to indulge in
any conduct which is not becoming
a gentleman. Such an action would
not only create a bad impression up-
on themselves but would be a serious
reflection upon the University itself,
after the appeal which the Illinois
Student council has made asking for
the cooperation of Michigan," said

t

FAMIEII IhiCGATlOR WILL1 BE
PRlINCIPA1 SP'EAKER
AT CONVEINTIVN

THE

Concert of metropolitan Opera
halied as Musical Event;
Few Tickets Left

Star

Madame Maira Jeritza, who is to
appear as the opening attraction of
the Choral Union series under the
auspices of the University School of
Music in Hill auditorium, Thursday,
October 23, will be assisted by Maxi-
milian Rose, violinist, rmd Emil Po-
lak, pianist.
Jeritza arrived in this country on
the steamship "Olympic" early this
month, and Immediately commenced
her concerf tour prior to the opening
of Metropolitan Opera season with
her husband, Baron Popper, and
manager, F. C. Coppicus. She appear-
ed in Portland, Maine, October 6, and
subsequently her itinerary includes
Reading, Harrisburg, Roanoke, Ash-
ville, Atlanta, Daton, Ann Arbor, and
Toronto.
Madame Jeritza is the foremost
coloratura soprano of the Metropoli-
tan Opera company. Since her debut
with this organization two years ago
she has been the leading favorite of
the season. As often as she appears,
and her schedule is heavy, the house
is packed to capacity and she is the
recipient of an ovation. The limited
number of concert engagements she
is able to accept before the opera sea-
son opens are looked upon as among
the year's most important musical
events.
Few Tickets Left
There are still a few season and
single tickets on sale at the School
of Music. The course seats aro
priced at $5, $4, $3, and $2, while
tickets for the single concerts are
placed at 50 cents, $1, $1.50 and $2
each. Complete Program
The eomplate program, which has
just been forwarded, iwil be as fol-
lows:{
(a) Larghetto........Handle-Hubay
() Rondo. ......Mozart-Kreisler
Maximillan Rose
Aria, "Divinites du Styx" from Al-
ceste"................ . Gluck
Madame Jeritza1
(a) Widmung ( Dedication) ........
. ..............Schuhlann ,
(b) Song of the Lute (from the opera,
"Die Tote Stadt") ... E. W. Korngolds
(c) Cacilie (Cecily)......... Richard
Strauss
Madame Jeritza
Intermission7
(a) Le Manoir de Rosemonde (The
Road to Rosemondo .. Henri Duparl
(b) Beau Soir (Evening Fair).......!
.... ...Claude Debussy
(c) Ah, Love But a Day..........
11. H. A. Beach
(d) The Answer .................
.Robert Huntington Terry
Madame Jeritzaf
(a) Andante..................Lalo
(b) Ls Coucou....... DTlquin-Manen
(c) Zegeunerweissen .......Sarasate
Maximilian Rose
Aria, "Sucidio" from "La Gioconda"
........... .Ponchielli
Madame Jeritza
SOPHOMORE ELECTRICLS
TO HEAR CORP OFFICER5I
Prof. A. 11. Lovell and Lieut. R. T.
Schlosberg will talk to all sopho-
mores taking electrical engineering
as well as any freshmen who contem-
plate electing work along this line at
4 o'clock today in room 438 Engineer-
ing building. Both men will discuss
the relation between electrical en-
gineering and work in the Signal
corps.q
Professor Lovell is also a colonel
in the Electrical Engineering corps
and Lieutenant Schlosberg heads the
R. O. T. C. Signal corps. Sophomores
wishing to obtain advanced credit in
the R. O. T. C. through their work
in electrical engineering may get in-
formation on the subject from either
Colonel Lovell or Lieutenant Schlos-
berg.
GRID GRAPH

If you are one of the few who are
going to fight for Michigan here ,at
home on Saturday, October 18th, 1924,

the Dean.
Any cases which are reported to the
University of drunkenness or ungen-I
tlemanly conduct will be taken up byJ
athe discipline committee and treated
in the same way as similar case oc-
curing in Ann Arbor would be handled!
Gid-Men Giveni
Rousing Sendoff'
By Loyal Group
"I have full confidence in every
man," said Coach George Little just
before the Varsity was to leave on the
first lap of their journey to Cham-
paign," and although I know MichiganI
is to face a great football machine
I expect the boys to give their best
regardless of the odds."j
About 500 students were on handf
at 8:45 last night to see the team
leave Yost Field house for Milan,
where they are to meet the train that
is to take them to the scene of Sat-
urday's conflict with the Illinois elev-
en. Cheers were led by varsity cheer-
leaders from a highly decorated Ford
that was run upon the walk in front:
of the main entrance to the field
house for the purpose.
Senate CounCil
Salct ions Two
Campus Drives
Permission was granted to the Stu-
dents Christian association and The
Young Women's Christian association
to hold their annual financial drivesl
on November 4, 5, 6 and 7, by the Ad-
visory committee of the Senate council
which held a meeting yesterday after-
noon.
The committee also granted a ro-
quest by the Glee club to give a con-
cert in Monroe on Noveniber 6. Thej
purpose of the concert is to raise
money for the University of Michigan1
League building. Permission was
granted to Peers, a houseclub, to be-
come affiliated with Tau Kappa
Epsilon.
UTRECHT SCIENTIST
ADDRESSES CHEMISTS'
Dr. I. M. Kolthoff, of the University
of Utrecht, Holland, lectured on "The'
Use of Different Electrodes in Neu-I
tralization Reactions" yesterday after
noon in the Chemistry amphitheater.
Dr. Kolthoff is an authority on the
theory of indicators, electro-meteric
methods of analysis, and the methodsE

SUBJECT UNKNOWN
Schoolmasfer's Club Will Mold. An.
until Conivenution at
-1111 Auditoriuni
Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, late
president of Amherst, will be the
principal speaker at the University
convocation which will be held April
4 in Hill auditorium during the an-
nual convention of the Michigan
Schoolmaster's club.
Dr. Meiklejohn, the subject of his
talk not yet being announced, is a
famed authority on education. Some
time ago after being practically
asked to resign from Amherst because
of his modern educational tactics he
became the trustee of a fund of
money to be under his control and
for the purpose of founding a univer-
sity on liberal ideal.
'He has receid degrees from sev-
eral colleges, notably Brown, James
and Elizabeth in France, Cornell, Wil-
liams, Mt. Holyoke and University of
Vermont. He was on the faculty of

Brown university being professor of
logic and metaphysics there from
1906 to 1912. and Dean at that col-I
lege from 1901 to 1912.
Leaving Brown in 1912 he became
president of Amherst in that year and
served until 1924. He then became,
I involved in an educational misunder-
standing with heads of the school
and was asked to resign. He is al
member of the American Philosophi-f
cal society, the American Psychologi-
cal association and Phi Beta Kappa.
The University convocation at the
time of the meeting of the School-
master's club has become an estab-
lished custom, a man prominent inI
the countrA being asked to speak at
the meetings. Last year Stuart Sher-
man gave the principal address..
The Schoolmaster's club is a statel
organization wichef meets fibre every
year for the purpose of discussing
educational problems.
UNION WILL LIST ROOMS
Persons wishing to secure rooms
for friends at any of the football games
this fall may use lists which are be-
ing prepared by the Michigan Union
rooming committee in charge of Karl
Crawford, '27. The lists will be avail-
able next Monday and it is requested
that landladies having rooms they
wish to rent at these times phone'
them in to the Union from 2 o'clock to3
5 o'clock any afternoon or from 9
o'clock to 12 o'clock Saturday mor-
nings.
The list =will tabulate the name
of the householder, the address, the
kind of light, heat, bath facilities and
general remarks in regard to the'
rooms. It is urged that anyone having'
rooms phone the Union as soon as
possible in order that the lists may be
prepared early enough for use next
week.
HAOMlAKCONTINUES
E in~rr111 uinnnrnriwrmn

,i
i

COOIDGE GSHEETS No Coat Hooks! Executive
Minds Confess Surrender
9 1 3[H C 5"For ten years we have been wrest- accomodate one quarter the number
ling with the .problem of hw best to in many of the classes. At the same
care for student's wraps in the class- time there would always be conges-
room," Dr. J. F. Shepard, supervisor tion at the rear of the room when the
of building plans said yesterday in period ends, resulting in loss of con-
NAVY TO RENAME GIANT CRAFT, telling why coat hooks have not been siderable time. SENATOR
WILL RE CALLED TIE placed in classrooms of the new lit- "But we have thought of other RE
"LOS ANGELES" erary building. "We have tried sev- planstoo. In the general library, be-R
eral plans, but have found none to be fore the war, we went so far as to
successful," he said. provide coat hooks of the type which
WILBUR TALKS "The corridors have been suggested allowed students to lock their coats MAN
as a place where hooks might have and hats on the hooks. Within six
Wilbur Calls ZR-3 A Symnbol of Peace been placed, but this we did not do months, keys from more than half the LaFollette
Between The Builders, Owners because it would give the corridor a hooks had been stolen rendering Demno
And Other Nations littered appearance. All too often them useless.
have we been charged with sacrific- In two or three rooms of the Nat-
Washington, Oct. 17. (By A. P.)- ing beauty for utility, and we did not ural Science building, as an exper-
The ZR-3 was declared today by Sec- care to do so in this case. It has ment, we provided compartments un- Chicago,
i retary Wilbur, speaking in behalf ot been our experience that coats are der seats where wraps might be Republican
the Navy to be "a symbol of peace stolen repeatedly from hooks placed placed. These are scarcely ever used, mittee ha
and friendship between her builders, in the halls. This alone makes imprac- and there has been no request to ex- $1,714,317
her owners, and other nations." tical the plan of placing hooks in the tend this feature to other rooms.
To better define her role, he said, corridors. "It is only in the professional LaFollette
the ship would be rechristened Los "In the classrooms, particularly schools that we have found coat had collec
Angeles when the government form- in the larger rooms where we have hooks feasible. There the groups is $155,062,
ally takes possession. our greatest problem, only the rear restricted, and there is a professional given toda
Mr. Wilbur's announcement was wall could be used for hooks, and this spirit which makes wraps hung on of the spe
na e in the course of a speech at a would not provide enough space to hooks safe. In the new medical build- gating com
Sluncheon to Dr. Hugo Eckener, head ing accordingly, hooks are being Senate.
of the German Zeppelin company, placed on the walls. Complet
and several executive officers of the I PH N "As result -s all tos, we have of the De
aingon.Th"pa" r th r vs t todayctoe [Afound the most satisfactory solution zation wer
1 ahicue n The r t oda yIreceivedIH1 to the problem to be that of allowing Dixon, ma
by President Coolidge who retereated the student to care for his own wraps. quarters, t
e d n th e on r a latio n s h e Z a t lg a k -" T h e sa m e p lan ' is fo llo w e d a t tio n h a d sp
(1s ondhe arra ofr e wath LkeIL Ipractically all other universities as 10, of wh
hurstand after a conference with the n- far as we have been able to deter- has beenf
national advisory council. for aeron-~ hU t111Adtru iiSo mine,"Dr. Shepard concluded. committ e.
autics, returned to Lakehurst, New Chart At Hill Auditorium Will Shom o
Jersey, tonight to resume supervision Complete Play-By-Play Account personal c
of activities at the field . Of Struggle BrennanD
. Announcing his selection of "Los tteI VrI un Charman B
Angeles" as the future name of the DOORS OPEN AT 245 (({."oeIIdaho state
Shenandoah's consort, Secretary Wil- finance off
bur i Completeplay-by-play returns of expressethehe hope that it "will tional com
not only be a constant reminder of Chi pyy y1s1hIW a Dom
the angels song, but also that on each morrowaningms tbig game on p .bD.nH
iChristian eve from her place in the mrorrow ranki>ng ts the bigt game on publican n
heavens the song may again be broad- . s e eams s year, Arrangements ko r Transportation senate nv
cast to the world; 'peace to men of tion o tl e grid-graph in shluiauic- Completed Through Chamber total contr
good will." tiom asteagrid-yrakp laudiot Of Commerece . campaignh
The visit of the ZR-3 was of great i as each play takes place onthe dividuals a
I T e v s t o th Z R 3 w s o g r a l ni f e d a C h m a g.sig n ifican ce th e secretary said, assu r- c ontni fie ditbCtaiongn
r ickets for the showing, prived at AID IN DEDICATION contributio
ing the German officials that the flag 35 mum of $2
'which would replace theirs on the shipg3 cents for the balcony and 50 cents tinal dre
Sship for the downstairs seats are on sale Final arrangements have been in ti
forpeak would be that of a nationi at the bookstores and will also be on made by the Chamber of Commerce 535 reeive
I honestly desiring the prosperity an sale at Hill auditorium when the doors for the transportation and entertain- comefrom
ateradressia thera people, open at 2:45 o'clock. The game is ment of the Michigan band which
cadviso coun- eded to start at 3 ocock Ann leaves for Urbana on thC of C rbutors
cil D~r.,Eckener predicted the "cer- IAbopim.secatan t,'ococ ong upwad vwl
I-Arbor ime. .p a "
tam dvlime"c.transoceanic Charles Livingstone 271j is in I$2,000. ano
transbyorhetion 3aln hanes one- tpeilharg hchwilcarry $ 1000 each
eerspby tatiR-.o n an ertheli es-ion- ge of the graph showing for the the band and business men to the l aufc
tions he said that type of ship was lumni association and is beg as- Illinois game will be made up of 14 other bank
the logical carrier for the new trade Jack Bennett, '27L, will operate the cars and will leave the M. C. depot tributors in
because of the measure of comfort a- ih ntebrdwihrpsns at 9 oclock Central time or 10 can andP
forded, its safety in all weather, and light on the board which representso a clock Ann Arbor time. Numerous I,
the ease of improvements along nec- the ball, while Livigstone and o'aclr o enn rbrthwi.numsofeus1 Wrigley, J3
ie es. Donal H. Haines of the journalism de- 'lcaid posted in the windows of the as the on
ssary lines. -artment will direct the operation o train will announce to the world that much as
f the board. W. E. Lustfield, '25, of the the occupants are from the Ann of Idvansto
cheer leading squad will lead the Arbor Chamber of Commerce. gave $20,
crowd in yells. Streamers of maize and blue will be came from
HEachplay, the yardage, the man given to each man for use in the pa- Mass., New
making the play and every ether fac.. rade which will take place in Urbana. son, a man
tor necessary to a complete showing Arrangements have been made with and Arthu
of the game will be reproduced in Hill the Urbana Chamber of Commerce to York City,
Present indications are that three auditorium on the board. Members of have special street cars to meet the
special trains will leave 'Ann Arbor the reserve and freshman football Michigan train and carry the band to
tomorrow night at 10 o'clock, A fourth squads and the cross country squad the Lodge rooms down town where
train may possibly be added if nec- will be the guests of the association meals will be furnished. A parade ofj I
essary. The second and third trains at the grid-graph entertainment. the Illinois campus is planned for
will leave as soon as possible after the morning, and participation by the
'1 O L
the first. Representatives of the Michi-' band in the formal dedication of the
an Central railroad urge that care be stadium wil take place at 1:30 o'
taken in boarding the right car. The Dr. Arno
'first train will have the following D DEAN trist of P
Pullmans attached: M1, M2, M3, M4, T 1speaking
Mf, M7, M8, M9, M10, M5, M11, andt tinalCou
M12, in the order named. Indianapolis, Oct. .(1y A. P.)-rday eveni
The second train will have Pullman Radio will connect "pep" sessions challenged
number M4 , M42, M43, M44, M45, M46, doIndwllcnncpe"sesosob-rn
uM4 r M4, M2, M 4. an4, M5 '4 Friday night of the students of But- ofstandpoint
M47, M4\,M52,dM5, M49andM50in lercollege, Indianapolis and Centen- Dean Edmund Day, of the School of
carryder named. Train nu y3 w74, 1ry college at Shreveport, Louisiana. Business Administration, was the ing of two
M75, M76, M77, M78, M79, and M80. Justice Paul, athletic manager o speaker at the meeting of the Uni- omic valu
It is necessary that the Pullman Butler announced today. Paul said he versity Chamber of Commerce held at Jacoby.
bearing thenumbet had received word to arrange for 7:30 o'clock last night in room 304 of Prof. Jo
taken. No stops between Ann Arbor Butler students to listen on the radio the Union. This was the first meet- school quc
and Champaign will be made by any of to the cheering of the southern insti- ing of the chamber this year and was Judge Joh
the special trains. tution and immediately started plans open to all those interested in such leniency g
to broadcast the "Butler serenade" an organization, students taking eco- fulness of

to the students in Dixie. Butler meets nomics rnd business administration that had h
PHRMAY ATCentennary on the gridiron here Sat- being especially welcome. position h
urday in an intersectional football ; Dean Day spoke on the "purpose two boys t
game. of the University Chamber of Com- considered
NIVES FIRST AID TAF.merce." R. A. Martin, '25, chairman youth. The
EDUCATIONLof the organization,. announced that ment was
other well known speakers from Ann in prison
Dr. II. C. Cooper, of the firm of °L iUUL.IIU Arbor and elsewhere will be secured 'greater op
Bauer and Black. Chicago, spoke on for future meetings of the chamber. during the
"Pharmacy and First Aid" last night to live th
in the Natural Science auditorium. CTo Gwho migh
The lecture was of special interest to i orandlauetudGntitheIn regar
phaSeniorsandenunior studentssinothe
pharmic student and druggists for School of Education elected class of- Football Returns stated em
he explained the intelligent way of ficers yesterday in Tappan hall. The fit to rem
handling drug store merchandise. following officers were elected for the Grid-graph reports of the Michigan- was not-sa
Dr. Cooper gave some interesting class of '25: William Strong, presi- Illinois game will be given at the Maj- Swell as D
experiments showing the form and dent; Muriel Fox, vice-president; estic theater tomorrow afternoon.proceedi
qualities of dressing goods. He Hilaegarde Beck, secretary; George Play by play progress of' the game
showed how a druggist can make his Baker, treasurer.i will be indicated on the grid-graph Send
own experiments on absorbent cot- The officers elected for the class of ! board as details are telephoned in
ton and such things to insure buy- '26 were George Hacker, president; from Illinois stadium at Champaign.
ing the genuine article. Mable Branch, vice-president; Russell The board reports will be supple-
The lecture was interestingly illus- West, secretary; Elsie Ralston, treas- mented by announcements made by Student
trated by lantern slides of the in- urer. I the theater's special telephone man, nautical e
terior of the Bauer and Black factory, who will report the plays step byF a telegran
showing all the stages through which Evanston, Ill., Oct. 16.-A plan for step as the board indicates the move- Hugo Ec
the raw cotton passes in the making the use of cross-word puzzles in ex- f ment of the ball. This year the the- ZR-3, at
of absorbent. A short moving pie- aminations for children is being de- ater will have quicker service than in afternoon
--0oln nn~ih#nr 0,n~ricr1 1 '-" L11,+ M -. Ate!f- rnllhae uiken rice t# nfhninatrnoonyr.,ls

Oct. 16. (By A. P.).
a national campaign
d collected and exp
up to October 10, an
Independent organi-
ted $190,635 and dish
according to testi
.y at the opening se
cial campaign fund in
Imittee of the United :
e figures as to oper
mocratic national o.
e not obtained, but Li
nager of the western
estified that his orga
pent $32,500 up to Oc
ich sum all except
furnished by the nal
The other $5,000
ontribution from Geor
Democratic national
from Illinois, he
Borah, representative
d that he would call
icer of the Democrati
mittee later.
edges, treasurer of th
ational committee toll
estigatora that the
ibuted to the Reput
had come from 16,90
and organizations wi
ns from $10,000 to a i
5,000. John M. Nelson
ctor of the LaFollette
fled that the total of
d by his organization
approximately 72,000
n sums rangingro
(Ithy rone, ontrlutl'
tlrer of $x,000 aIit
Curers and investment
erewere the principal
large sums to the R
Mr. Hodges said. Wi
r., of Chicago wasI
ly person contributin
$25,000. James A. P
In, Illinois, a grain d
000; $15,000 contrib
Harry Payne Whitn
v York; Aldrich A,
ufacturer of Camden,
r Curtis James of
Hodge testified,
-LEOPOLODVERI
ld Jacoby,- official ph
)etroit's recorder's t
t the meeting -of the
nty Medical society y
ig at the Michigan I
the validity of the Le
ks trial at Chicago fro,
of the vast expel
ni effort to effect the
boys. "I question the
e of such a trial," sai
hn B. Waite, of the
ding from the statem
n R. Caverly regardir
ranted because of the:
the two defendants,
he been in Judge Ca
e would have sentenci
o hang, and would no
I leniency because of
reason given for this
that he believed that
the youths would h
portunity to effect an
e 40 or 50 years the
an would the older
t occupy the same p
rd to Leopold and L(
phaticly that they we
ain, in society, and I
afe to segregate them.
r. Jacoby characterz
gs in Chicago as a fa
Telegram
To Zr-3

s and Faculty of the
engineering departmer
,m of congratulations
kener, pilot of the d'
Lakehurst, N. J., ye:
. The telegram follo

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for eliminating errors in volumetric
analysis. ' NV VVB trif u
In the introduction of hs lecture
he pointed out the principles of po- Aboard U. S. ship, Oct. 16.-Shen-
tential metric titration. Besides the. andoah by wireless to the A. P. via
well known electrodes oxygen and Orange, Caligornia.
hydrogen, he explained the applica- Fog from the ocean and haze from
tions of new electrodes, such as lead the mountains, enveloped the Shen-.
peroxide and antimony electrodes. andoah as she sailed north between1
Dr. Kolthoff, who has been lectur- Santiago and Los Angeles today.
ing at a number of colleges and uni- Headwinds of 10 to 12 miles an hour
versities in the country, plans to re-' kept the speed to 35 miles an hour.
main in Ann Arbor until Monday ,Commander Zachary Lansdowne
when he will continue his lecture made the course 5 miles off shore and
tour. 2000 feet in the air. The coast was
Dean E. H. Kraus, of the College of followed to San Pedro, where it pass-
Pharmacy, entertaned Dr. Kolthoff ised over the fleet then headed for Los
and Dr. H. C. Cooper, of the firm ofI Angies and returned to the coast to
Bauer and Black, Chicago, who also I continue northward.
is a guest of the University, at a din- The weather is raw and chilly.
ner given in their honor last night
at the Union. Members of the facultyl/Ma tinee Dance At
of the College of Pharmacy were also'
invited toattend. Union Tomorrow
Union Gives Out Freshman Union pins may be se-'
cured any afternoon between 4 o'-
Freshman Badges clock and 6 o'clock at the Union by
I members of the freshman class who
The second of a series of matinee I present their Union card and treas-
dances to be given throughout the I urer's receipt. A large number of the

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