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May 12, 13, 14,-May Festival.
m May 13-3 p. m., Dual tennis tourna.
* nient with Chicago.
* May 14.-'Varsity Field Day.
SMay 15-Sunday, 7:30, Lecture by
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The communication in today's Dealy
4 announcing the ineligibility of Schule,
i the 'Varsity's great hurdler and jump-
or, will come as a serious blow to the
track team, and will cause wide-
P War fap for the + spread regret among all lovers of ath-
letics. Since couing to Michigan,
* Far East, I5c. Schule has made iimself very popular
not only for his athletic ability, but
because of his modesty and his lack of
that malady which sometimes attacks
* greatbathletes, the "swelled head." He
S may be assured that he has the sym.
0pathy of all Michigan students in this
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f@f@f@fO4f4f4f9f9fO®+ f94 Two grants have recently been
made from funds for the advancement
of science to Henry C. Carhart, pro-
fessor of physics and director of the
physical laboratory of the University
213 SOUTH L4AIN ST of Michigan. The first was made by
the trustees of the Elizabeth Thom--
Electrochemical Society, at Washing-
ton, D. C.
The second grant was made by the
Carnegie Instution, of Washington, for
the determination in absolute measure
of the electromotive force of Clark
and Cadmium Standard Cells, and for
the determination of the electrochemi-
cal equivalent of silver.
The Daily is in receipt of the fol-
lowing communication from Prof. Pat-
To the Editor of the Michigan Daily:
The Eligibility Committee of the
Board of Control find on investigation
that Mr. Schule is ineligible to com-
pete for Michigan in intercollegiate
contests, because he had under the
Conference Rules already competed
When Mr. Schule came before the
committee he said he had competed
but three years. His competition in
the fourth year consisted in taking
part in one indoor meet, and in the
relay races at Philadelphia. Mr.
Schule declares that he supposed that
indoor meets did not count toward the
four years. It was of course his duty
to inform the Committee of the facts
and let then decide. *His misinterpre-
tation of the rules has led to much
embarrasement both to him and to the
Committee. He was not eligible to
compete in either the meet with the
First Regiment or the one with Cor-
nell, but was eligible to compete at
A. H. PATTENGILL.
GOSSIP OF COLLEGES.
Leland Stanford has decided to
send a track team consisting of eight
men to compete at Chicago, June 4, in
the Western conference meet. The
events they will be represented in
are the pole vault, high jump, broad
jump, shot put, 220 and 440 yard dash.
and the 880 yard and mile runs.
Dole, the pole vaulter, has cleared
11 feet, 1.32 inches and Hyde, the shot
putter, has a record of over 46 feet.
The Massachusetts Institute of
Technology has been combined with
Harvard University. However, no
radical changes in the policy of the
institution will be made by Harvard.
The sentiment at the "Tech." was
much against the merger.
At Wisconsin someone carelessly
left a faucet running on the top floor
of the physics building, and over Sun-
day the entire building was flooded.
The damage to instruments will be
Harvard won the tenth annual de-
bate with Princeton recently. The
question was: "Resolved, That laws
be passed compelling the management
of an industry to sell its produce at
reasonable rates and without discrim-
ination." Harvard took the negative
side of the question.
WARM CONTEST IN C. C. C.
One . of the hottest political con-
tests of the year is being waged in the
Cross Country Club. A determined
movement is being made against ma-
chine politicsand the result is very
much in doubt., The election occurs
tomorrow morning. So far as can be
observed neither side has any notice-
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