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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1912.

PRIZE.I

1i Give $WC
pu Bard.
that Nelson
d a prize of
ing the best
,h is open to
'ield Poetry

LANSING AFFECTED
BY STRAW BALLOT
Gov. Osborn Savs Special Ses-
sion is Partially Due to
Vote Here.

JUBILEE HOSTS MAY
BE HOUSED IN TENTS
Lack of Large Hall Mav Re-
quire Erection of Can-
vass Auditorium

RELIGIOUS ENTHUSIASTS
Rev. Stone Addresses Meeting
~of Big Day.
The third day of the Men any
ion Forward Movement conclu<
a mass meeting at the Congre
church last night at which Re
Timothy Stone, of Chicago, g
principal address. Througho
day there were conferences up(
ous phases of religious work
city Y. M. C. A. and the high

ACTION IS EXPRESSED. PUBLICITY PLANS ELABORATE

ate
from
I 18
year
mul
.ents

The con- That the straw vote held recently
f arch by The Michigan Daily was not barren
Prof.F. of results throughout the state was
tment. shown last evening when Governor
of Kan- Osborn stated that the calling of the
of Michi- special session was in some measure
90. This due to the result of the straw vote at
tha The Michigan.
r that he "The fact that Debs, the socialist
ate poet- candidate, polled more votes than ei-
ther Taft or La Follette tends to show
N that the Socialists are gaining much
NLY ground, a growth which is in a large
degree due to the feeling among the
common people that they are not hav-
ESTS ing the voice in the government that
they should have," said the governor,
"and the only way to prevent this
J uniorgrowth of socialism is to give to the
people the fullest measure of power in
igi- handling their affairs. One of the
purposes in calling the special session
of the legislature is to put this power
ONIGHT in the hands of the people."
f basket- ALLEGED SWINDLERS OF LAW
PROFESSORS STILL IN JAIL.
st night, __
d by the .ien Said to Have Defrauded Faculty
niors by Members of $11,000 to be Held
start it For Supreme Court.
se game,
ent team Confined in jail for nine months un-
wing of ,der the Poor Debtors Act for "sting-
a to run ing" several law professors with oil
stock, two "promoters" were informed
f, J. Lits by Judge Kinne yesterday that they
, J. Lits would have to remain-at the expense
of the professors, however-until the
Supreme Court could take action on

n

Fifth Anniversary celebration is one an
of the most serious problems that the
committees in charge have to face. w
The proposition under serious consid- thl
eration is that a tent be used large ch
enough to contain some 5,000 people. m
If the plan goes through the huge can- ha
vas will most likely be erected in the the
space bounded by the chemistry build-
ing on one side and the gymnasium
and the medical building on the other.
But in case this suggestion should not
work out, University Hall will have
to be relied'on.
Preparations for the celebration are
under way in the hands of the various
faculty committees, and gradually def- S
inite plans are being evolved from
chaos. By way of publicity, 10,000
leaflets are to be printed, giving data
as to the scope, the purpose, and the
general plans of the celebration. Sec-
retary Shaw of the Alumni Associa-
tion will mail bunches of these to the
secretaries of the various classes te
which .are to hold reunions this June, kn
and Secretary Smith will have them is
for general distribution along with co
the bulletins- and other printed matter an
mailed from his office. Besides this, a h
short notice of the celebration was H
published in the 100,000 Summer Ses- n
sion bulletins which were printed last mn
month.
Two of the speakers,Jeremiah Jenks ha
and Bishop Burch, of New York, have th
been engaged, but the choice of the th
third is still unsettled. ly
ye
APPIWACIJ4O'8 FOR STONE fe
SCHOLARSHIP DUE MARCH 1. ct
th
All Pirls who wi, h to enta n c

A place to house the audiences for
the big assemblies at. the 'Seventy-

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Reported Laid
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others

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rday af
nown th;
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snap-
body's

by halves-
Second 12;
second 9.

their case.
The promoters sold some professors
about eleven-thousand dollars' worth
of oil stock which they claimed did not
prove as gilt-edged as it had been rep-
resented. The professorial purchasers
had the sellers thrown into jail on
body execution of judgment. This
was nine months ago. The legal time
having expired they are seeking their
freedom.
During their confinement the ex-
pense of keeping these men at the jail
has been met by the professors.
UNION VALUDEVILLE ARTISTS
MEET FOR FIRST TIME TONIGHT
The libretto committee in charge of
the Michigan Union "Diamond Jubilee
Vaudeville Show" will meet all men
who wish to write skits, or those who
have specialty acts, at the Union
at 7 o'clock this evening. It is espe-
cially desired that all available mate-
rial in colleges make itself known at
today's meeting, so that work may
commence at once.
MICHIGAN TECHNIC MAKES
FIRST APPEARANCE TOMORROW
Editor H. H. Steinhauser of the
Michigan Technic will have the first
number ready for distribution tomor-
row. The hours at which copies may
be obtained will be posted. The sec-
ond'budget of exchanges of other tech-
nical magazines will be given out at
the same time. All members of the
engineering society will be given free
copies.

e seaso
to set
ar he
et, and
minting
e indoo:
use, be
the In

n g 91sWO wsu w cmpee f or
the Lucinda Stone Loan Scholarship
Fund are requested to make applica-
tion to Mrs. Jordan before March 1.
This fund, of about $5,000, was
founded by the club-women of the
state. About $575 are annually loaned,
for from two to three years, interest
free, and paying interest thereafter,
to any deserving upperclass girl. The
applications are passed upon by a
committee consisting of the president
of the university, the dean of women,
and Miss Clara Avery of Detroit, rep-
resenting the federation of women's
clubs. If the record of the applicant
is sufficiently good, loans are made
from the fund.
JUNIOR GIRLS PLAY HAD
FIRST READING YESTERDAY
The first reading of the junior girls
play was held yesterday afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. The first
two acts of the play were read ,and
suggestions made in regard to music
and songs to fit the production. Can-
didates for the cast are being checked
up as to their eligibility. The tryouts
will be held Saturday Worning at 9:00
o'clock at Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.

at

ig. Fresh Eng.
Thienes.... L.F........Sissler
........... R.F. ..Chatfield,
Bushnel
............C. ........W ilson
r...........L.G. ...... . Dupre
n........ , . R.G. ... Bushnel,
Hildner
from field-Marks 2, Weeks 4,
Patterson 1, Fletcher 1, Chat-
Sissler 3, Wilson, Dupre, Bush-
goals-Weeks 11 out of 17; Siss-
t of 2.
ee, Hanson. Time keeper, An-
Length of halves, 20.
ht's games are between the
and junior engineers, and the
ws and fresh dents.

11

ba

none of the "M" m
the number of as
events outnumbers
years, and it is re
that some materia
among such a numr
In the thirty-five
are something like
while .the half mile
tically all of the C
like numbers and
will take some tim
program. The co
tries will be publish
Daily on Friday mo

the

FORD
BAS

AP

Prof. Rich to Speak in St. Charles.
Prof. E. D. Rich will deliver a lec-
ture on "Sanitation," at St. Charles,
Mich., next Friday night.

Howard W. Ford, '13, of Springfield
Mass., his been appointed as inter
class baseball manager. It is not like
ly that anything will be done in inter
class baseball until after spring vaca
tion. The schedule has not bee:
drawn up as yet.

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Speaks to Men o
"The Error of the Mrnim'um7'

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