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The Michigan

Vol. xxi.

ANT ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WVEDNESDAY, MAY T7, 1911.

No .

VARSTY S ATI D TO DEFENSE DE MARCHER °SUR LE GAZON
MEET OBERlIN NINE
HTOUSE M AY' INVESTIGATE
WORK OF DE AN WORCESTER.
Last Game Before Eastern Trip. The work of DeanaC. Worcester, 89j,
Will Be Played on Ferry as coin inissioner of the Philippine Isl-
ands, will undergo a special inquiry, if
Field Today the resolution presented yesterday in* the
1House of Representatives at Washington
by Representative Slayden of Texas is
WARING OUT OF EASTERN MEET passed. Charges that Mr. Worcester has
been "notoriously unpopular" among .the
- natives have stirred up the indtignation

1 - - 1

VACCINATION NOT
TO BE OBLIGATORY*

DEFENSE BE MARCHER SUR LE OAZUN
11:i Vs \,f 'lt .5 \ll'l\'
W'lIllH l \'t I \ I

Authorities However Urge All 'F: \, ,,M
To Take the Precaution 111 nde I pits pt lc t;tc n
Immediately tilcever al CutsiofCampusiii.
mot r h enlo r 1--NO NEW CASES DISCOVERED udress 1(1etoe. i : e< Kt~
-ryi socety, whch ha hroif

GIVE REASONS FOR
RFUSAL OF HONOR
Hailer and Gutknecht Tell Why.
TIhey Did Not Accept
Phi Beta Kappa
FEEL EXPLANATION TS NEEDED
N ih ;r n u ctt rcilc
i-cl~cM ;~ i , im h1c c cifi::iI i
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Mbihigan's all tossers make their lasto
appearantce osithte local diamond before P
leaing ott their eastern jsnket toiay, P
meeting the Oberlins ine on Ferry field
this afternion. Te Btckeyes claim the'e
strotngest nine it their state. Last yearc
they lbrike even with Michigan losingc
a game on Ferry field and wininitg whet
the Wolverittes visited them.
Although far f rots satisfied with he1
defensive work of in pupils Coach
Rickey will stand pat ott the teamI that
slit evett with the Methodists. Verey-I
ci, Campjbell andI Smith are pithig
splettidii ball and have provel te taii-
stays of the nitiie. 'The players have it
welt but the ragged fielding han mae
trouble all diritg the hore series. Nit
way to escape the fielding sluit has
ters foutd as te presett betich warmers
are no more reiale in the field tai the
regulars A mitor chatge wilt proa-
blilyle nade ii thetifield tday, Mar-
lini attd [lays swapitg places. The meit
were tried at the nesv positions yester-I
iay atti perfirimed well. Mari was a-
ways a third tbasemnat before he case to
Mihigatn while Hays itfield exteriescee
as beeit largely at secititd. Aside front
this change the teats will remtait as it
played against 'Syracuse.
"Red" Campbell will twirl thiii after-
tioit with Fischer ott the receivitg ed.
This afteroots game will begit at 4:0.
WAING KP OUT OF BG MtT.
Mieigai's chattces itt the comig it-
tercolegiate received a slight setback
yesterday wtemn it becamie kosn tat
Warinig, the "fini" broal jumper, hail
nt beett etered in te easterit evett ii
time to compete. T'he siiophomore egi-
ieer was utntovered ii the Syracuse
mtee, ittwicht lie didi 22 feet 2 iches,
takitg scotti place. Previous to that
lu t sme ottne ail heari of ttm, atd as te
easerntettries were snet iimmnteiae-
ly after te Varsity seel a sweek ago
Saturday.VWaritg was ot placei ottthe
list.
With the ability to broad jump over
22- feet Waritg might have beeigod
for at least thirst or fourth tlace itt the
eastern classic, as the best distatee
miade itt the easterit dual umeets Saturday
was 2 feet to iches. Two poin or
eveiione may menii a lot io Mieigat,
aiid Coach Kraeizleiit deeply regrets
that Waring's prowness was ot kiown
4nt tine to enter him in the easteri meet.
GAiitATf CU MttLT SATUDAY.
The Grauiate Club wilt convene for
the last timte this year ott Satureay e-
eting of this week, the plais callig for
a joint mteetitg ati banqueet. The ba-
quet sill start at fi:30 itt Barotur gyna-
int, R. W. Clark till act as toastmas-
ter. Prof. E. tH. Kraus, tH. H. Godiari,
J. It. Iboetler, Hael F. Award, atd
Berta . Stocketger sill respoti to
teasts. Dntcitgsill follow the banqiet
with Fisher ftrnishing the music. Tick-
ets say be procured from the comitte
is charge or at the door on Saturiay ev-
ening.
DRAM UTS 'IS covgtxi.
Dean W. H. Butts was reported as
improvittgtnicely yesterday, but it is ot
knowit yet when he will be out.
DEFENSE DE MARCHER SR LEAZON

f mnty ini thin couttry, wo sigieta
ptitionm to congress which fortted a n
art of the resolutiotn. it
Amointg the Ietitioters arc 1. I, Clem- sl
it, former editor of te Bostomn Trats-.I
ript; Johnt Rithie, of the Bostott Si- it
titific Sitiey; Prof. Frederick Starr, of d
te Utiversiy of Chicago; andI Lucius F.11
C. Glarvin, former goveror of Roeis
Islandi. it
Mr. Worcester was assistant professor e
f zoology at Michigan from 19to si1
1900. c
NEW ENTRIES -RECEIVED t
Interscholastic fleet Now Has Nearly
200 Entrants
Still the list of the itetrsholasic en-t
tries grows. Todeay Flitt sett itt a liste
of tienu whet sill represent ttat shtoett
ant Crotwell telegraphted sonic at-d
iottal ettries las ight britgig the t-
tat to dlate to aoutit1t.5. Tere trec
itore seoos et to bte heard f rots whod
sill utiendutedly etter efore teswekf
it out.
There is a reasomn why the meet tis yearu
shotuld be a banner ote for there has
tieer been such an array of trophies as
arc hlutigip for this week's cottest.
Some of the campus societies antI bus-
itess men Iave dotated caps for indivi-
uat poitt wintners and for winning tamts
besiedes te regular trophies that the titti
versity gives attually. Then the plasi
for the etertainmnt of te visitors arc
ittere elaborate thatinit years past. All
together te tmatagmtent is sparitgio
effort to mtake this steet ote of the mstsst
successful that has ever een held utiert
te auspices of the Utiversity.
SENIOR ITS LAY PLANS 1
FOR BANQUET IN DETROIT.
'Tie senior lit batqut coititee are
butsy layintg plans for te regular setirI
feed o be hel at the WaytetHote ii
Detroit, Motday, May 29. A special car
otver the Michigati Central will leae
here at 4:50 itt the aftertoot.'The total
cost of the trip ittcludig railroad fare
will be $.9o. About tIgo are expected to
attend.
Statnfielid Wells is chairman of te
cotnititee atti Fred Lawtott will act s
toastmaster at the banquet.
ART iXtItItT coNTiUtS THI wcw.rK
The Art Exhibit in Memorial Hallsill
remtaiti opet to the pubtlic for the c-
miainder of this twek. Ott Wednedy
atid Fridlay nights, thur doors will be otett
frot 7:30 to 0oloek, but on the oler
evenimgs will renmait closed.
LTc XAtt CIt PO,5eS'rg.-
The revised schedule of examinitatins
m' the literay department, which cmii-
imence Monday, June r2, was posted ott
'tbc bulletitn board it University all
yesterday.
PROF. AI5tSONISiiMUCH ntTgs.
tProf. IH. C. Anerso, of the ctgi-
teerittgidepartment, who has iotohbett
teahig for over a moth due o a
tervous breakdowtt, ins ott the campus
Tueday 'and is so mtuch better that it is
expected le will be able to take up his
work again in the fall.

"Vaccittatiotn, whlile nt asltley
attiatory willle trgetly tiresseiltlt.
it every mtetmtber of le stdietil lothi'
itd President II. f. Iluthittts lst ight.
hit ai cotferetnc wilthteunitvierity 'su-1
Lary cotmttittee Tuesday mtorinig, it iasit
leciteilthat altugh the sitatiiittte.-
tans eery tositle preautiont, there
tn tired for a geteral comtputlsory or
ler. IHowever, se strongly adise fhatit
,very oittn ttcoinrctintwtitthe itniver-
ity whit asntibenstisisfatoriy vc-
ittatesh withitt the latitwIto years, coin-
fly at otterwthut this reuest. I is nt
lesirahle toi exggerae the seriosntess
if theplicence situattion, bttunttless uiti
ercl tresetie ttethitis arc obs ee,
'cy serioits idevelopmttentsn itay result"
Utnder te arranigemtentilof the smii-
tary commsittee, freedispiicnirics iiltlie
statblishedisnliBartoiur aiind Watermtan
ytmnasiutmts this aferinon. .Al1 swhi
disrevscinett:treatmtentiIwiltle ccoi-
inda~ted ithtlout tcrge, atithsttse
lmet aiittntiin sill tefurnishiedh iianti
caein ittit p t truves necesary.Th'te
dspensotics wtit ibe opietnitn 's'sttesitau
I Tursidaisatd IFriayt, of this seel,
fromutwlioutttil six itlok, adhoii St-
urdt frittit unititl 12 itlock.
Althotugh uiveris isat vacimiatiotis ntt
obliga-toirythoeewihot tre kntown t lihave
benini dager sit ixotsurerc ttig tte
(Continmued ot Page 2.t
SOPHS WILL HAVE OUTING
Lits [And Engineers Pln Trip to
Whitmore
Sotihtimores it the literary itnh egi-
neeriing ieparttmets aei ln' i ntg a ctlass
funtioint,swhicisi to the ktnown as "Spth-
omtore hay." he islt e iaugurted this
year ott Strday , Ma527, whtt icite est
pari it the itwoclasses will g: in Whit-
more ccLake toispnttd the cay. A secialt
iraiti wiRt leavne the T. & .A. sttiotint
:oo o'clock itoh will retmtinioti o :oo
tity centts to cover mtt rilra~d far
tatti battittet expenuses at the le.
Every effort is tbeinig tmaie'be li cotm -
mtitete to aethe evet itiiuctiss
ndtne wvorthy of reletifion ty future
classes. A gamettcof basetaltleteen
the class tams rprsninttg the resticct-
it-c departments andae latt bitorite fecid
at the htclhahtve teent arrntgd.
Tickets wiltle strai for stle amoinitg
te clasn T'uitrsday adthrdayf this
wseek, tattitciiite secured fnr 6o cnsit,
thur price to cover the en. The riitway
tre matcy btpmidonitithe' triin.
'AUtLICIEY:MAKES It11T
WITIt SKIT 1INhDETRIIT.
Detroititpaters swere loutt iitheir
prcise of the swork of Pant Dickey, 'S,
wtho is ppeacring ina colnlege sit at the
'el'et heatreitnithat icity this wek.
The IDetroit News revieweis i produ-
tiiont in follonwss
"A ctllege prank with: atueixpctdl
boomeuramg finish, furnises msaterlatfotr
ai snappyetomedy of college -life, ii
shieb Faith tickey, the formier U. ofi
Mt. studenctt, plays the leading roe. It it
fresh ant iterestig ad little ittire
than amusing and Paul Dickey gesa
chatter tohon inreal dramattic powe
ini aditioto htthe joyous echithitinmtof
spirits, whemi he in just boy.'"

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fume 'tsilt from:i: t to i8()5 11t
fist imitilt.wsNis quteUc t ni c°f
esrA 1te: t f n s el "l
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JUNIORS ARE THE WINNER~S!

Engineers and Lits Win in
Semi=Finals

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