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Soph Medic Makes Record in the
Dash - Torrey Takes Three
Events-Horner Is Injured.
The preliminary iouoor meet which
occrred last ight was somewhat less
excitng than wa anticipated, largel
o wing to tesenon-participatioof varsit
track msen andilele asece of a number
sf other athletes who were expectel t
-tar. But one record sas estalishes.
this beig inthle 35-yardl dash woo y
MNair it for aoed one-ifth secods.
Joe liforer, swho qaliied for the fial
inthlis esent, dislcatedshisitelosisthe
pole svault antd sas suale to fisis.
His ijury is ot seriots. Torrey, 'te
scn oththutrdles ad te higs jsumps
sinnting tesebest ideisiduasl score.
The ossl sseigt eent, te slotiittt.
trssducedl a dssast comp~etitions, Ilsrer
ands Benblrook of te six athletes
setteres, apperigosithlet'doossr.IHosrer
twonthueseestswills is sark sf 42 feet
8 -2 isches. estisrssk-seItreod
aits 41feet.
Msore smets etereit as itansn
othler eest, eereselimiares adtwtc
etsi-itssls leig r-siuires o l i isssatt
for thefissals. Mce~air, le;r -raeig
Hlorsner 1-eck, Crtos adit 5-Isrwsott
firs its tepreiminiares. tf te-c
I fsrser Craig 5McNa:ir :snsdKekel acee
inth le ss-ti-finasls, asnsd stil tthe r dis
istacediby te acidentsswhit occursreds
to himt, MclNair, Craig an Kik sswre
left t lce- inte isnals i in ts sorer
Torrey. whotite x tssedstibotthte40-yard
highs andsloss-husrle~s, eat it'eresolvert
its othsit-ittrelimsinarsy ainlt tititte
getinsg acsidtssserasle ledtioe r. is oi-
poents.llosresr wonsecond-sttinit te lows
husrles ands Craig ithie igt.
The 440 -atrdsun redl asjstie. lT
runntest-s t tracisk sf sthe umbe-r of lps
they hadis to csver anssssl sit ist ise qtsi
efore te edt. Fynnstkeistsjggig
ands stas te ottty tmansto psites- siths
sark sof :5t4-5
As is sussly tsee se te relay races
proseel te fessture f te seet Te
bscs timie e stsmadsse y te o lii, whos
defeatesd te 'o-hs. Tey rathle foutr
laps its 56 secosds flat. Tete samt is
composed of Merritt, Dll, Wear ads
Nlagoff'u. Ossing t acosnfusionasrising
fros thle asessce of te 'oil smedic teat,
thelpharmsic teamts, aganst4 womthtey
were miathed, rats agaist tie'50 etgi
seers. The piarssics tots frost the
sedics y default, ad te 'o egieers
a-Io st-rsscedsled to race te 'o08e-
giseers lasItigt,sillessn at5oclsck
Wednesday afterntoossistsead.
The folloswing is the stmtmary o
3-yard cash-McNair Craig, Keck -
tine, :04 1-5.
40-yard low hurdes-Torrey Honer
Craig; timse, :05 2-5.
40-yard higishsrdes-Torrey, Craig
Smsit; tioe, :05 3-5
44royard rnt-Flytst; tie, :9 4-5.
Sio-yard rus-Berry, Btsterfeld, Mo-
gasn; tiste, a:o9 4-5.
Mile ertn-Tower, See Desorest
Stimea, 4:51 2-5
Slotoput-Hoeser, 42 feet 8 1-2 inches;
Besrook, 41 feet.
Pole atl-I beter and Allerdice, tie
50 feet 6 ichles; Wrigt, Sae, Page
Ksapp atd Kerns, tie, o feet.
Hight jumsp-Torrey, 5 feet 6 issches
Orser and H. Ssmit, tie,5 feet 4 iches
Relay wissers-'o lit, 'i li, 'op en-
gineer, 'oh law, 'o lw, phsrsics y de-
The co-edt at Mbinesoa uiersiy
are to vote o : Who is the most pop-

lar prof? Who is the. smost unpopular
prof? Who' is the handsomset mao:
Degrees will lie conferred upon thse wits-

Captain S. M. Landry, of Detroit,
spoke before te Egiseering so~iety
last nigh,'itsaject eing "Experiences
and Opporesnities inthle Goertient
-;ersvice" -Tie spoke particularly of the
United ;ats revense serice, its which
le has served all Iis life, asd made an
appeal for stniversity graduates to ester
te service.
"We has-c reached a period in our
govrotsest service," he said, "when the
tudenetsa reached such a height that
the Usited States goes to eniersities
,ithsousstretcheed hads"
Th'le first part of Captain Landry's
-ll awrsas takentip uills isteresting per-
otal experiences ott oard a revesue
.;utter. A hrief istory of ele revenuee
autter service thess followed, its wics
rat poissed ot ele imeprtasst part the
ervice hsa played its tises of peace as
yell as war.
Ixassisaioss for cadetship and the
engineerinsg corps inthle reenuee se-
ire swilile iedinitDetroitithesenear
C'fIt NCI-i, CoVIIT''lil
Its stiltsltst'st itp te sittinttin
regardltoth le se tssg of tesesly elect:
edirt e c ssslt t 5fromstheseliterary de-
ate st h onclpbict issedlele folsinsssg statenent
'At tes last'niselsg (sf le ousis
le setings of.Itrto ssesbers elected
ty te juiorltesary cs sesseferred
,eliiglte relsistof a cmmssittee ap-
,)sitcdtt thatitsite sssto sstetigae tels,
- tii tr litsissists I' le Ltstsssil toustght
It stes-sie t itsssle'siselass issestiga-
fitiobecasie iftr ie appatret dissstis-
mostion ws it tett-isi le eletiot stat
"'116 eigibility.iii ts siessreuresed
lir tfie 'tsylie's wsinessers questionsed lit
tis'ucitss lits its faitritstto them asd,
?oits felt ie truth sit falsity of charges
t-hol e slet-s-sititei.-
t"The lctioti of officers asse other
bsin-sess itta stspstponed isntil tall new
t tttestisrssf te Cossicil woelel le ale
is patiipaiste. 'A secil sMeetisg of tels
Comisici till ie Iscdl huoday evesigigt:
-heIr the eosssssittees r-epor.'
It is 'undeerstood that "tiecontmittec
itt eleetionsswtill reort that nothing ir-
regular- intlse' electi'oss.has 'heenn found
- asisi eite"J KWakistsandBI i.,B.Ved-
sli'rill lie Seated sit out fusthr cots
test. .
alti ties tliis 5tSt iltS ANt.,
'Te chief feature of the Alpha.Na
risrgeastsfat last eenig was a talk on
"Csrporte' Charges asd'Their -Effect
tipudo ithe Oppostuities of a" Young
- ts" r PofIHarrison S. Smalley,
tiistestorin ispioltitcal eosony. Prof.
Smsalet-ae first a rief resume of
.itdtstrtl tes elopissnt l-eetreeded
thess to disscuss tes effect of this cosdi--
tions spons ele yonsgsat about to enter
bisisess. ---
"It is in oesay pretty depressin,
btst is another sosderfully inspiring:-
-d eepressing because at present .a young
mass has jute about as mich chance of,
gaitning apesiioss of independent auth-
ority as a last scssol gradusate has of
becomng a supreme court justice. He
may gaits assatractive asd responsible
position, lit nevertheless a little group
-of misn in New York will always have
an assabsolute veto over anythisgle may
Speiartl autograph edition of published
IMliciigentcn music, having special cover
-asd containing short articles by Welch,
Scaslas,tLockwood, Clarke asd Merritt,
will go ottstle Tusdssay at Rooto music
ystore. Special price to mesisers of the

-Mielsigessea cosmpasny, $t; to others, $2.
rColpies uill be soled by nusmber and pros-
? pective purchasers should register at
-- Root's! at onceT to receive copies. The
esdition- is linited. -,

Director Scanlan Speaks at Finald
Performance-Miss Osterman
Praises Plot.
Thse gros receipts frmt the four per-r
forsuasses f "Ntieligetsslt' iamonit ts
$4,015.35. 'lhe esimatei exenses, items-
ied belos, are $,7-netliPstfits t t
Unios, $2,36.35.1
A sdeailesdsttemtett still be pbilise
thse latter lirt of this see, wiestll
'ills ave ects rendiered.sh. le sabsve
igures, howevrer, tre atsal asi to grsss1
receipts ands closely estimatstedl as 1o0tes
-xpenditure. 'CTe later till be aot
is follows s
Costumises- - - --.........$55.0
Rentfthfieser- - --.......375.00
Directinig- - - --..........300.00
Advertisinsg (set)- - - 5.0
Special lDetroit ran......, .8oo
Wigs sanI sakes...i.- - -.... 63.0
Shoess(-- -0t.0s
Gleves asditscksinitgs.......... to
Orchestratsion - - - 40.0i
Properies- - - 35.00
Electricians- - - 20.00
All incidetals ... ........- ..- 22.00
Tue est hose, fs. rst it nacii alsish stnd-
toinis.-ts tha~tiof ysterdasy.Wehitnsit
ing roomss iswrtths $93 hestisit flesat
tse "'Mieiigetiia' setle isf iries. Yes-
terday afternoonsthiere swere 384 setea-
tis itste glery aissl oh to o uk
standinisg'room.tt Wedesdayitt igts t
galilert- ssid ssitiing romtrisisisssgis
$31.50, 'isThustit $1.40, -sitd triayt
$1256sfi Yestiertays hsest'"extasts
amsoutsiedh tos$09.I5. trest sts aut
"dbeadssossd' s unsoilisets sre Iesre,
mst ste ttictesd t otithie et re
stlts. ,.11ihiiseiiiis's "edwsoosdi" swottl
nsiflsifetots burnt te set stuts.
cuss-: t.s t "axs-:ssss ne
Michigendast twis pItchdfist proablyti
tls last titie yesterdasy safteroons at the
- WhitnteyIt wsatgisens asrisig fre-
well. The saue cstlsssisssstast arI
greeted the oert all alosg was rampanssst
agaiss attesefisal ipefomtanstie. It ul-
'misnted :tthe end in as strmsof al-
plaitse asidd essuss fitr sliecesles, to
awhirls.uteassthsir, Rust Welch, first re-
spotdedthankingteseaittiene. 'ThIen
Ws'iliamt J. iSanlans, tes tirctors st-io
sas h slippeth le lyito sithaspe itwso
wesks, wstscstledfrI isanfiintallt dragged
from ihiig it esewt-ugs. lHe msodestly
gave sll te crdit.tit -te fellows.
"Thley osly ad to be tol things oe"
e std, asd-sstistitses they edid better
whes thsey ssereC'C d ttst stall."
I'Ihi farewell house wsa a corker.
Es-ry et sas -takess ansd peotle were
sanding ie dccei t te rear of te
theater. It sas it larger ouse tian that
at Frisday night, sehihs had surpassed
eitereof te preedigtwso. Earls pe-
fortuassce drew a larger hotse thass the
one before it. The litiit of the theater
teas reachse at ele Saurda matise.
Matny ot of twnvt pespe were present
at this timae.
Miss Kathryn Ostermnas and her sis-
ter, Mitt Belmosst, stho were to play its
"The Girl Who ooks ike Me" in the
evening, arivetd aboute the middle of tes
seconsulat ansuswtiwele rest sit the per-
"I ave been enjoying it imsesely,"
sal Miss Ostermsan betweess acts. "They
have been sdoing splendidly, especially
the boy wo plays 'Sroghear,' and the
clog dasscer. Ins so sorry our train front
Battle Creek was late anti that we had

I to miss the first part. 'Tce play was all
written by studessts, wasn't it? I think
the plotstholly Iss'so glad it's such

Isuccess I hope it will encourage the
toys o keep on like this."
Thesre is uo doubt of Mihigeda'
ticcess. Thec tresmendous oaions ih
rewded hostsate giset it, the mian-t
see in whirls it hsa beets receised by se-
esits and town-tspeoplei, hisss all questists
f is stccess oet of smind. It listsmadse
toot. As M. Welch sal -Fitay ngit.
i as shownitat tl"Michiganuscatsl tis
somsehig"-ande there is snot a Micigns
nan who does not ktow it, fel is glsrt
ti it. Tie spletndid sii tf eeryoutu
onnsectedb withs it mteanss somuehling.
i'Tse whto thisk tat te sirit sof the
Univrsity was ot behiside it, shousld
ave sects owtesefelowsetienights
uter night, snow sue nsiosw, tu rehsesue
als, shsouldub hae hearute os of this
srcestra pactising ightl aftr ights
earntinsg the sette. Tlheastrss dessees
every it tof ue creuit thast ihs be-ti
giset-hiemss; bsiutanswhilei, perhapuls, thu
studuent orchesra las blic e -sis rooskd
sussuesehat. 'Tessusiciuanss dessts-stau
muchsstisetoittheir Issuesas lidte theris r
ts thisis, tutusiruquitteud themssels a
hansoelsyi. 'ble orcestra ass t-tsadeul
itp as followss : Leadter, \tiilnhsstgi 1).I
Boustghtontt; itlins, 'Wvilliuiam htlitchitt
iracdLsties- l( llisgtutu-,'cll, fi-
dopE' ushu la ionss et. \\illianl sIf.
uite; flitte,'55 thus R. Srliie-ccorsets, s
'le u-sIt. Newm-an t ndtTarrysue I. Watrd;
trmbne hasrles A. Steele;: basu;,Ounst
tilte Swansonti; teass, Frederick G(. (Vbit
tinigtonss;upiso, \Villoutgihy I. ioughton
lttle lusre thanstwo-s sseekssagt Mrl.
Scanlantusstok catrge sit'this rharl.ui
IHis jobit stsit utsthforihie-ursniest
a ussical uc ultdy itssesessteends-its
Cssssssitees suitsubh-commssuites lutis
clearedtawayse ny ofti t hif huetim-inattr
details;:thits-ciit-isrus h itt-cut taught t
lisg btts siw shast hthuso. iBut the pless
ciplsha snt belcsl e~titsy slcted;s
thit chute s wsilt sitfullt; inosstages-
ness tuah hs-snu'wosrkedscup.sTs 'he sit's
sgainst timse endedlsi 1'idayi itnight--Ssss-
ass wishul IichigessltsIatdiwosnsiu twitsil
a-da ito spartte Ifussw steli this' I lii sit
mnddhuhsitwortk, es-ry ight of Michi
ged etu uttevcideunt.
lT'e prinsciupals ad their hrts sdowsn
lut.' The ots acquittedlisthmsless
as girls msost admtiraby,bstilssprfiips
tus hortsuuss. anse'impelrcsonastrs bro'utgtt
'Fle insole cast desersetreduit fr
puttinig sore real life itos thusdisltosgu
thatn sne usuaslly sees outside- thusp- s
fessionsal ranks. James Watkinius pltyeds
'Insis," teseveer-reaudy aevise, itti way
thast raptusredl the audience. HasroldlIat
tersonus plaed tesduifficut arisf 'Miss
Chatieone"tet. At'"Algy," the sud
Suitedt freshmsuan, thester Statlesslut ex
ccletswork. Thesc musiablfindutof thus
showur wtss J. Robet Bazuety. -. Ic,'
sthouse siugisg of "Whetni Night hFals
Dtear," at ele end tfte first at, di not
a little o muake thast sung the it of ue
'Mieligeuda is alt iglt-I wsat it,
of course," wsatWenley's praise.
"It silt go downutisto history," criedi
"Artie" Cross and Dow in unisos.
'"Ust us," grutedl Hamsilton. "Fite,
eenIthoughi it dit lave fiteess thou-
sandises of Greek its i, ad just torus
tioned msy 'IHistory of Botany.'"
"But," begass Freddy Taylor, "tat it-
strumsuent of operatic idustrt, Mihi-
genda, was not subject to the law of
diminishing returns, but to sthat f it-
creasinsg returss, tr the extenditure on
the part of its muembers resulteed itsa
nmore poportiosate reurnssfronm uhe
audience. It shows wat a systems of
'laissez faire' by ele faculty cast eo itt
studesnt production."
Anud ot to leave out "Jimmsuy".: "I
liked it pretty good. 'That fellow lookee
a good bit like m in the back."
Qusoths Drake, "My cosclusions are
that ele play was good."
IIth~e words of "Algy," Michigenda

"nuatde a hit," and there was no question
whly it is "so popu-lar."
"Wisest the curtails falls, shear, I think
of Michigenda."

NO set,1
New Rules Adopted for Cross
Country Races- Prof. de Nan-
crede Named for Committee.
Nest-rtuebi. a.-(Stteriah to 'Tis
anuha )'hesistt rckhe tet of the
asteels luts'rolltegiate-uillbehelucd at
enstil vai ttit. lusy 3. 'lii>s matte wss
lecidedulitite sssocittion scnsferece in
Vcu rk esrrtrdayu. 'thle canuge in the
)ltacusof mteting fromusCtambiridg to
'tiladtlpitiswsatsumausst un uexected,
nst utle- lelie-uitsg it us his seurly
sitsre Isue-i tuhle'IHtarvtushdstisu, bitt
the ballt isun sg thue msuetoPh'tiadl-
hiii. ITe dulegaessti ue cnenctiont
arirunc tes thtuall msemusbessatthu
isoititnussutes-uit(cI-s st ts' ass-
TheIst its-rutIntsercolgiate whose
pouits tititsiiistitleis itthe-Issueroti-
situ Asttia itionsof \Amastsu Aibsetes
)f Aius-usus compr~sing tugelt 'iy difernst
;cilol,, ncluing ifthe lead-tig cut-
'is; o ithe ca5' st ul o ich is chignt
"s a mmhui lutd tus annuuautl muetig at
tin Fiftht\viensuits-hssetdays~. the
ncctng a, ocu usd isis thureetion
f suicesr suitsnsieationt f various
imnmns ole costtitutioinui, aushettu
,electionsiofiia plc-Isor the oscurece
s-is-il tcollege-s tsought teli I sssof
suit utwere tesutngst claitmantts. IOhu
s halottset w en s ut utosennsylvanuiau
its-I]usill h ld t hiladielpsthia. Theu
lat 4e set fuss Stituriii, My 30.
licofte fiv5e cllsgettmakinig thin
'ifs s-csinthletpreviosuss auual
us suits situ stilts-ie'memb suitnthus
uacsl sut uusussstie Fotius-this ,poi~titont
11cin n s =dce he aponm t
1 prtpos-I a-usus snt ts the euussti-
tint ~ue croutsl of the Inteu-
ils seCross Counsttry Asstciation,
usn to sit cmeanyussoiiciate college to be
tutuesitseitbyu aiteamstof ot less ta
is m55n55at lests itci r et- tso years
ait te asuas itrass cotutry rus to be
willini Nois-u-strIsisieachrysi-u, swas
tliw i, erhapit-its tsmost itrsting
lecisionsuithle suisnferencec fromussa local
stnin t5. Michuganits crss county
earn, are extraostrsdiaily strng as a
its Iand mights toist.a strongtae fuse
hi- easternes.
IDirecterlitepati5 i very etusias-
ic mer illhe i-tulsuut. IeIcsi,"lhist
criuusly-ouisght tos excite iterest in te
Iruss counsstries. 'se ihave't had tuch
roublein t gettitg gooed-siedubsuads to
ouute itt thuses clevnuts, ut the prs-
untssof aits easternst ript rilhrig a ot
shie ernsius'ut.
ii ssiTBIJ,51.5, u.a
Ituc latt of the preimintaries of the
askethusit series silthe played Monuday
it 7 :30 by the 1510 utedis and tle phasr-
uics. 'Ihuc smsifials utitt begin 'Tues-
list suentug st 7_3155,5wle the ocu-
,incrstill meuet thur spit its. The
econdut tihe semsi-finals will be played
Wcdsdsatyeening by the-wiuser of
MIonsdssr's gamsu sel the 11 aes. 'The
-tunaltsri ie plyed ott Marchs 28.
u Js-nis usWILtrus, 'u.suutsATasnl.v
tDrI-) C. lFtumer, a msenser of last
.ear's senor smeduic class, has ects ap-
)insitetd assistant in antmsy to Dr. H.
F. tPrentiss at ele Uniersity of Iowa
t osta City. Wshilie ii the Untiversiy,
ti. Fuemse dish special sork in anatomy
undue Prof. Mcl~hurirtt

I s xrruutCsururxs, sSe E'uErTS.
'bTs' gyncolougical staff hluul its regular
usseetisng last tight sit ste1101e of Prof.
tReubentu Peterson.

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