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The Michigan Daily.
ANN A1ROR, MITCH FTI)A X MAA-PliI3,. ce

VOL. XVIII.

NO. T139.

UGH! D. U. S. ENTERS
THIRTEEN ATHLETES
All-Fresh fleet Promises a Close
Contest-Class Baseball Starts
-Walsh-Loell in Handball.
Superstitios track fans wilt find an
opportunity to (ope out the result of
the D. U. S. vs. Al-Fresh neet on the
hoodoo basis. .IDirector Knickerbocker
of the Detroit trctp school stnds wort
tit he wilt enter thirteen men in the
contests tomorrowi night. The men to
be sent are alt good, several having
estatlished eniabe records.
M'ills, the Morgan Park academy star,
woiwnstiifirst in the tondrect. two-
twenty, an the qtuarter at the inter-
sthoastic meet held here last spig, is
io nstrolilstcciat . U. S. mtdsilt con-
ete tomorow. There are few tpreit
athletes is iti more ensibe recrs than
hils, anidlte may ct i eely its the
freshsman score. The first-year ment are
stonig ill the dstsh, lbtnt particularly
soinithe qutate.
I this samle umeet Botity IHawklis
ted with Dick, of the Mu~skego high,
scosol, foncflrst i i thigi atol. te
is onty 5 feet 3ihes in Ieight, but
he gtuover the ar at g feel 7 iches.
Sucti a jumti as this is certaiii t win
iim a ateti the etent tmoruiw. t
is entered for btisihtirles, the igh
jump, the ole alt, and te relays.
He is pofiicintill all of these evets.
At the itdoor mieet in Detit last
winuter 111111 Spiegel atd Sthrattist-
lanceit Torrey, the fresmtian star, in the
hurdles, high and liiw. AtidHawkins
tied with Torrey ii the high jmpl at
the same met, at 5feet -2ihes.
tattievai, the D. U. S. miiler, hodst
thte ituictoigan intursctttsastic rectrd in
fileileunit dutc is giiiid for a few points.
II It~ will also rnt in the hialf.
The prep scootsl is only~ weak ii the
weight eent, ut tey may teablie to
will~ a place in this, cstceitg it adc
sectnd to Benbtriitk aidlHtinner. Alto-
gether te mente promtises to be a fast
I one aid te freshmen are figlrig ott
tirning nell ii full force.
Ini order to ave sonic orgatized root-
lng tiy the freshmaen, a bltck if seats
a been reserved for them aid they
are retuesed t tuii out its their fres-
maim caps. Special fresh yells have beets
arraisgedt andc a yellitaster appointee to
lead in them.
The folliswing are le D. U. S. en-
t ris :
Dah-J. Spiegel, IR. Mills, W Spiegel.
Low hrdles-R Hfaskinis, J. Spiegel,
R-. Schmit, A. Tiley.
11igb hurdles-t. Scsamt, J. Spiegel,
R,. Hawkitns.
Qarter-milie-R.t Mills. XV. Siege,
A. Tiley.
tlalf-mile---Seyumor C. Biri,1an-
Mie-Haniteti, Seymour, C. Biri.
1Highs jump-R. Hawkins, (G. Smithf.
Shutput-A. Tiley, K. Pikel,1.Spie-
gel.
Relay-R. Schram, W. Spiegel, Ra-
\inTilley, R. Mits, J. Spiegel.
.ciAsos.ssttiAiLicANttir.Segs t.
According to the dope anded out by
the various class baseall maagers atd
captaitseacteain entered ii the cn-
est expects to till away witht themax-

pionslip. At this stage of the game,
hotwever, Io one enin has sowt a de-
cidedtatvattage oser ele oler iiptime
ice.
Five teams, the in atd ii lit, io
atid 'ii etgineers, sind the pharmitis, pt
in'their iiila practices tis week. The
fresh lit leait, aliays a ark horse ii
the rae for chaiipiinshlipIhotors. was
irsitpons the grounds. Aitsut thirty
mni reported to Manger Craig. I
practice several of the meit have shown
some imarkeit aility, and if tdoeos
not go wrong the varsity teani may pick
t en- of itese min for the pgop team.
Sleepy H-olow is also used for prac-
ticitig purposes by several of ele tens.
Flit remuaininlg teamis will commeicee
acive iworks iet week,It al, fosrteeii
teaims silt emrtincompietitioi- A
schedule nill be preared and presetted
shortly after vacation. The series sill
lit cmmenciit ntili the last swek ill
ittrrii1,1. tunic sniiti. '
'l'itlistg drainctin series of diules
in he handbassll tournamnt wat tin iiset
nat iigti b- Walsh asiLoell wining
two istraight gamies friiii IHoag ad
Leid. Iothi if the galieo iithuseinas
isee faster andticloser itintld ibeei
expetaleidadi for anietiiiie the result
aas dobtfuli. otsI,iell adc Walsh
were ini reitarkabile fo ndiilwn y
the close imargs of 15-14 antI i5-0.
The winers of the totrnaientts tins-
biein awvardet h le folswitg riibois:
Singles-WVash, first:tHiitg seciid;
Vaughan. tirid. Diubttles-sWalsiatd
tLiel, firs; IHoiag atnd Leidy, secund:
VauighaiatnttLelfugset, thui.
GIL S ARE ON EDGE OIVER
COMNG INDOOR tMEEF;'
With the pssssbilitiy of a woertls rec-
ord being broken, machs interest is beitg
shiowniaimoing the givls ii te aniutal
itdoor meet whtich occurs inet Tuesday
iight at 7 :30 ii Barbour, gynliasiumtt.
The high jumtit especially is the event
abottiichs-il the itterest centers. Miss
'Emtily Strk, si seior metic, bid fair
lto establish ai wurd's recoru, if ter
wrkthin practice countts fr muh. Se
tis cleared d feet 2 1-2 inctes repetely.
swticht is only half aniich beow the
best womansmi itark. Miss Margaret
Turner, tolder of the recori in te ,iiot-
put1, wilil try hard InoIspas te riisark of
211 feet.
A 3-yarit dash, cmpetatitive ti-risoni
the rings, anit vaulting are otecr Iea-
tres. Probabty the most1 exciiing eveits
of the eeting wilt be the relay races
which will teu last on te prograim.
The for speetiest sprinters ii their
respective classes will take ptr.
PROF. STANLEY JAUNTS FROM
VIENNA FOR MAY FESTIVAL
Just nat for the May Festivat'tias
tProf. Stanleys slogati as te reached
Ansn Arbor yesterday afternon. Why
should't it te his slogai, swhen tetis
come all te way from Vieisma to take
charge of the festival?
Mr. Stailey tis beet absent oii leave
alt of this year. Ile has beeii in seeral
"Europeaii cities, Berlin, Vienna, and
otubers. He has come at hist tite to
comptete preparations for the May Fes-
tivaeanati to direct the performances of
Ithe choratsorks at the festival. Hle
w sil return to Europe late ii May tn
rejoiti his family.

STATE EDUCATORS
BREAK RECORD

1

Unprecedented Interest in Con-
ference Draws 1,000 Persons to
First General Session.
Onie thosndiistpsesrsostndsed the
firrt geiiera.l sessioisosithtie Schooslusias-
ters c hisichii wsnheisn UnViivetsity
Hll ysterdanyminilg Thsistxesstl
t- recrds sitfomiriwisls sit osli
an1 iiiihitsuhtin ss iiteret ith ssiiife-
Flit generaltiopi fr isciussionihhwtis
'Fornual Disciplinin iithe Li--tt sitVioi-
ern Psyholoigy." hiPsit.3Ja isRI Ag--
eit. si theslitvsersty it Ciii.go, s Isi
isis foiriiirly oilthe ffsisltysof tisi- lu
versity.tilspke on "huttBeariing o Iei-
eril Psycholuogicali Pricipitls pniii
Docterune of Formal hDiscitsin. th4is
adiss as esfoloisedi byvta tfPrui.
W. I.tPillsburmy, of le seprteti of
psythology oii fifects f ECea
Traiinig i u icinoltry....Triniiiig i
Stiecial Siibjecs as Relatd to Geueftl
Iitelignice andtuCapacity' uasihlbstopic-
treaeid li- lPrf. Charles I. Jddi, of
Vale. iitesediscsisniiichtutoltowised
these addiresses the treituoftisnliioiniwss
in favor of trinnhg ii stecial suijects
s biteneicial to gener nitligsii t.
lurof. t1. J. CBartoh's lls-tosmakelu
ele first yas oitnisredng mt-oore
interestig iiistuidetitswisnithic lentir
-of yesterday aftrnoon's sessiont of the
Schosolmaustrs cli tSrauhi Csetll
-Aiigell hHat. Prof. IBartonus sfrusinthe
Univsersity of lliniiois. His lecture was
ous "Lathn aitu the Douctrite of Lests-
Resisaceanth his suggestionu was to
give puils- sore itersting boks to
readthinithlieist-syears of the [sLati
Prof. J.IH. IDrake. of XIiclog-mi, lre
sided ststhe sftecioonusesssioin of thus
classical coniference. Steceosticonitltc-
tunesss-ers-delied csil Pr icicipal Gergs-
. Swnu, hsty- City- high schooli, "A Visit
t the 'Battsfielsos.t Caesrin iiGaul.
1Rgyp ansIby- Prui. .X. Sipley-
Vsashiingtsons uiversity "'Fle Rotmassn
Campii of Snnhhuurg : Its Reuuiis amdi ts
Restorations," Prof. bWalter lDenisoin, of
Michigan, lectuired on "A Proosed
Visit to the Battlefields of Caesar us
Caul, p0," ansdlhProf.Sileydiscusis-est
"Soe tui ustiosRela-tihng tus lsteVMsann-
scripts sit Livy.'
k1l-Viu ('osit s-s--u its- 015515TOAY.
Tindey tilt geeraisscsionussit the
Schoolmtasters clitwill cuuntitue sith
three meetings. Fle first isill be at p
o'cloiin llthe 11igha Shooul auitorum.
Fle genersl sublject siill 1bt " Hisoy ii
ue Schools.' Fle adrlesses isill e
folloiwedh by asineuotsssmletig. lTe
secondsl ieettig silt be at 4:45 P. li.
its Btarbourgymnasssiumus. discprogramn
isill conssist uof youn~g wsotel'- cases
in gymastic udrllsasiutu askissetbal
ganue. It wil he oteus to memb-iehrs of
the cu. The third metuucing will be
hlde at S p. nm. ini Sarahl Casiel Agel
Hatt. Thiswi-lith1ta juiut sssionu of
the clsssical auth usodtern laguage ou-
fereittes. Prof. MasuriceIfuitton, of the
Universily sit Tronti,wivil give an as-
uressonit"Thre Wit andut Wisdomutsof
1-erodotus."-
-The mtodernt language couerence will
continuue with as esion ill Room C, Uni-i
versity Hat. The caircmasnu iill he
Prof. Miax Winklser.
The confecutce of physics amd cem-
istrywi-itthold its last session at 1:30
its the Chemical laboratory. Pof. B.
W. Pee, of the Michigan State Novma
college, isill act as cbsairmn.
The msatematica conference witlhost
iti fistnmeeting at 2 o'clock in the let-
fure room, Tappan Hall, with Prof. C.
13, Williams, of Kaaanzo, as chair-
The history esferencec will met at

2 p mum in thie I-ight Sholtohaditorium.
Puof.sf Falt . Dow wil preside.
T heEnglishs conferencee will host its
munatsessionu at 2 ocock ma Rooumo C3
ofi thus ight shool. Mssr.CornelatI-hll,
ofi GrlandusRapiu, millsgnbethueai-
A. iit coniferncee ottbiulogy tatu
sienc tilts ihngisill 1st helu at 2 p. Iu.
in Sais-hiCasiwecltAunget llsll. The
shir~uumaim sithle Ptrof. S. L. s-slgrs.
tf Ypiianti.
Th'e cismuuercisl cinfeec sill tutd
its fist sessionuit ita:3ts1) . it.ntsthe
hihI schuool, with Presidenut . N. Fe-
ri, if lug Rsapids, sis chasirmantu.
Tfourty-thirdl te eting it the Schooiul-
materst ' ctutbendu sihlia short sesuuon
Satuurdaty uumings sith cinuferetce sf
theusucommeurcialh teachers.
i CtII H~t ENSI.AN ELECTIO)N
OICCURS SATUR-DAYXV1\IOyININC
[h lction of stndenit mtetbles dli
the- l irhigniitsianitboarduuof conturoslisill
us heldl tuohmhrowsvfrui t o dir2, ii Roomt
C, Uniive'rsity- IHal. 'Twvs isi-u tre to
ibe ciuosein fruoimteichtsitthis juhhiuhrlitri
ary-. sts- -andt enginingtii la ts-s, onei
from iithe mm'dictan thionesftimttheidental,
joitlyantuwio inembieIrs frtm this- ft
ternitites.
Thue electiotts arue hliby theivarious
huior classes. The frst-nity electiuin
siill he felduby hty ebsmuembuers sit this
ears hoaisrdtsitcosntrolt muttall Iboatidol
-iiosar l-ceigible tohs'tefori-this-cai-
diats ut thueir respecie clssses. Theue
candtitdait-ss uts-u h uecuteinuuusuuceth irs-
is tfllowss-
Litersry-J. I'. Kenny, C . Agnewis,
A. IE.Meuer, B. I. Veddue.
Law-Robuert C. PMurchi; . . 1Hey
ironu, Floyd Oltds, A5rthuri Clarkes, Swvsan
Liskoihu, 11. A. sMyer's.
tEngitietiig--J. X. O'De, H. A.
Ll euie-- ''.ID. Cosrsdou, RIf.ItKatrkeete.
AndtirewnStsanksa.
Denitalt andulothers -H.-C. Lockwmooud,
A. I1. Atkinsotn.
Fraeriitis-G. il. hDsuvuuk, A. S.
Brohreliad., hDonalduh iller, Arnim ickIfel.
IThe tenstudnustitmeumbuhers rof thitsbsuar,
withithitwoiusfauily muemibies, silt
cse t'hets'mainaugitg esitor sandlusi
its-usnuger fromtuhe juihrs is-lst re
illsw in the rac. I. ID. M\organt,'op,.
L. C. Ridu, 'o9p, and M. IB.MVclug, 'op,
re ctsivel-y prmssing their cainss for
hhanassging editor, mnd X. .M1 Catty, 'op,
Chasoucey S IlBucher. 'op sitd o. I.
Ihsinituiue, 'opi are iin hesfiel fr busri-
nitss manasger-
INtINIERINC SCCIEiTY
I,:],1CCTS COFICES 'FTODA\Y
Eleciont usf officers t thet Engieering
shociety sill behuelsh1thday. The follouw-
tg is sa list f nhhmuinatihhnsu:Preidethu,
. C. Blalock, I.1-1. Norton, . .
Hasruumn; vice-presidete, L. D. Goddtasrd,
X. I.IBuriy; recordng secrtary, IE.
IB. Nisiurer, If. C. Scket, X. . Shakle
luons;5correponiniig secrtary, X. .
Gcrnusuuut, G. A. jessoph, . M. Zeder;
treasnurer, R. K. Mtuchaster, J. R. Pis-u
bertonu, . . Posselins; libarian, F. S.
Pasckard,Don Tyle; registrar, X. II.
Kornascher, I.X. IRankin, V. Terry;
chairman Technic board, S. 13. bWigits.
SOPHtmt ITS XILL HOCLD)
SMOKER Al UNION
The sopih lit class decided yeserday
to hoslu a class smoisker ext Wednesday
eveting in thin Union clubose. Charles
Good, Julian Benijain;itath Lewis
hranes sere appuointeduto take casrge
of the enteraiiments.
Manatger Ellioit cattish the frst ptnist
of the class basebal teamn for Mbonday
aftemrsoon. te sal that nueary a score
sit mets hattaready signified teir inten-

tihhn of trying for 11mm teaisa. Seven of
these hselpedh to wiis the championship
last year.

SCHOOLMASTERS
RUSH TOMEETINGS
Papers on Modern Languages,
Grammar and Science Keep
Visitors Busy-Last Big Day.
Mrs. CotrnseliamIHut, fCGranditRaistil,
'hasirmanshhofsthfle Englishitcnfserec of
'lie Srtolmatstrs-s' ciu, clledt thinses-t
sst t mrryesterdahy at 2z uso'cls.kii
IfusuM"t (3 f t high schsosol. 'he first
units-uru-siwal unitcitlud 'SiomscPobh-
lesuits-mushtssibisiitiues- initim eauscing
itt EngishG ramCumar,"ut by hiss Jessit
Gregg, Katlamazoo.-s Viss Itreggtcussglip
udvoate-uucsuuu h'ipitgt'-elsubjcthroughs
its- cnnetion whiii sthuiheve yy lift.
''hits'chuil"she.it nt11a itt, s i'houlduhrmu
-ilt his itsstrut itsnhby massuf-Comth
pariis-unis ahichuiiIll hiteasi-ly graspedtu
indihu ituhivwould couesituin imtstie-scushe
of hisunderm'standulig-
colege, radt a perhoipilsut Ile .Nucs-
sity ofia Reiewhu 5of t Gra ttmmar iithis
itighs Schoolus." l"Gtrammari, tidrthu'le
ciaed i h iiu'msghisthsit. 'he siuent
lis ts- ou muuch udificulty inutppling ut-its-
priipltoi th ~etpracica tproblmsuosi
rilumlisi mpouumsiini."
Thu s' s terI'Isin itherogam wamin
"A Chaphter us thise IRemt Hiistry hi
Cmglis-imGraimmariii'l'eh'miings," isp biss
Cerirsudhe Buck,sit Vassamrustli-ge. Miii
Busl uiutusiisuh s-shussm usof telis'mit-
tionussitf hehpriuht syscemmoft eachig
und upointushlimtueeraltpracical rcm-
cuis's. Shlsots'hhiwuedItie iosisiilites
sit Enugis-hs s-rammartl ituprstery deuc-
irisf. ILcsi. sithideCiivi-r sity uf Mic-
is-i llediito hordersItsthi.secondsulsessions
of t'mmiehs umod s-slanug:ccnfercic. The
metinug wss-sit mistede, estecialy hip
shut schomsumistesses, dlhm-cu' being cci-s
rosofitthis'omit-toilt uhre'sof uhe s mi.
Miss I,. . Vis'lmsmmm sitthis'Detroit-
Cenitraltis-gh schooluu, readtuheiru'ltst smndu
motdicssd ptier of th esi onut,
upon E'h ds'h~lucamuustion iauecofttie
IDii's-ti Drylulltis' Me thod iis c h
ills--of a Foircigni Lanugua~gu. Shut minI
s-ucatmicuhemiteahemtisinofum lauseag- by
menes os sf s-ies-ammmlay h s l-samching
is-smus- anmutphraisestoith~etputil wsithomt
tumy effortstnt his tpar. '"Alhough timi
metehodus," shi sa-it,is ntusd esten-
s-uel th iiltour countryic,it astprovcd
very succes-sful for hepatfiucepuns
ini boi thFrancusummiteCmnty BIy i- i
pesoatsingti hes' Frenuch ptueo muintheir
languagillts-'.tmeupinill heiteetedein i
mtss isoristr tlay tuaud iilt endesvuom'to
iumitahe ec inmmexuprsstio, voice,
mush tacisal actioni. 'limo sytem is- its-t
whenthd~e utt1 is st smtnimittis-eagei.
hum plmig igammme this'pupiliust tinkt
if whatmuhe deirs o extreis,amisthlust
multivastes- am large socabuary. 'Toi be
cosmpseleud tos memerie a oreignm sit-
guns-c cus-tia tt ahmte tfr the lanuage.'
n hum "i ducltve XMethods oeahmittrl-
ills-FrenichsCratmismr,"Miss- Wigginss-.of
Thret Riies, sid: t"Lamu-gc imeupiils
shouldnor itt sis-em fs s t hard ruses
ini grammasr.Ihi i-sct ut ilustrte
thtuses of words amushIlen let the t-
ultits formnlate tie rule themmselves. By
tis hmeas'il'theileins'is- exiii'sseth ii
thiir own weordls- muchis better imuprssedl
in their mns. rammmar is lenued
bh ltstuduy of the ilangsiiges-beter thanmu
hip learingsus-rules."
Miss Gaumbtle, of lie Detroit Home
an aumlsy schouol gaitesn interestisng x-
planasstionm of their mehod usf tesacin-
Frenrhs conuvrsation.
Thse last paper nas one upon the
methsods of difert ptruofessrsi in their
cases. The' amluhabeial setings-a-
ransgementm isas consmemmd, as ech stin-
teit shomsuldt be permittedh to ecshose his

onueaitmate. Thme tesachers were also
'wsirnedt sot to shims-he attenduansce cardls
(Continued on Page Two.)

Ferry Lectures
HiUGHl BLACK in Congregational Church tonight at 7
o'clock. Last of, series on
":THE REASONABLENESS OF RELIGION"

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