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H '7, 1912.
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Gamble, Haff, Craig and Reck W i<
Compete With Cornell and
Penn Men Saturday.

In First Semlaiiin"; q,,Bk1tbvi

an in-
ch 19,



The Michigan one mile day tvam
that is to meet Cornell and Penn at
Pittsburg next Saturday will leave for
the smoky city tonight. The team will

The Junior teams froI the
Law departments met In ihe
night in the flrst semiinal be
game of the series, the Lits

ces are in

bster and the Seventh of
subject of the toast to
S. Reeves will respond
Nu banquet tonight. It
:incidence that the ban-
e upon the anniversary
speech and Prof. Reeves
vantage of the fact in
subject. Several other
be given. Tickets may
mfy member of the com-
eral members of the.so-



recently organized
first annual initi-
n Union last night.
of twenty-five the
ready to proceed

Tool of Mu-ic faculties
losely interested in the
ons in the past. were
club along with the
g is the list of mem-
taken into the organi-

be made up as formerly picked, tte
runners being Gamble, Haff, Craig,
and Reck, and they will be the only
athletes to make the trip. Dr. Kraenz-
lein will not accompany the team but
prefers to remain at home and see
what the freshies and sophs can do in
the track line.
The prospects of the team winning
are rather hard to forecast inasmuch as
little is known concerning the two
eastern teams. Cornell is reputed to
be fast and Penn. has always had a I
good team, but so far this year there
has been no real performance to base
any choice on. The speed of dmble
and Haff who placed in the intercolle-
giate last year, is well known, and
Craig has shown lots of stuff in the
past few weeks. Reck had a walk
away last week in the preliminary and
.was not forced to extend himself. The
team probably represents some of the
best material in college and ought to
give the two eastern teams a hard g
Will Canvass Town for all Possible
Acommidations to Care for
JineE GueNs'.
Plans have been ,ev9lved, under the
direction of the Mchgan Union, for
the .ho pt 4 boarding of the thous-
ands of alumnz wtgn wil The
"5th Annversary ceLebration in June.
Godfrey Strelinger, chairman of the
Union committee, has already sub-
mitted the theme to the faculty com.-
mittee for approval.
The university has made arrange-
ments to send invitatons to every
Michigan alumnus to attend th. cele-
bration and according to the propose'
plans the Union will insert cards in
the letters notifying the recipients that
they can secure suitable accommoda-
tions by communicating with the Un-
Should the faculty accept the pro-
posed plans the committee will then
make a complete canvass of the city
and every available room and boarding
place will be listed and arrangements
made concerting rates. This iiorma-
tion will be sent to the alumni who
apply for it. -
The first steps in an energetic cam-
paign to round up the "J" lits who
are delinquent in the payment of class
dues will be taken today when several
hundred reminders in the form of post
cards will be sent through the mails to
all juniors who are on the unfavorable
side of the treasnrer's books. The
campaign bas been necessitated by the
heavy athletic expenditures which the
class has had to meet
The reminders bear the information
that vae behind in his dues maybe1
debarred from taking part In any class
activities. A series of these post cards
Wt be sent to those who are unaffect-
ed by the first issue.
Treasurer 1ehoeffel will open a tem-
porary quarters in the S. L. A. ticket
office in University hal tomorrow,
where dues may be paid between the
hours of. 8 and 12 and 1 and 6.
Captain Sealby Talks to Engineers.
Captain Inman Sealby addressed the
freshman engineers yesterday morn-
ing, at their weekly assembly on "Some
important features of College Life."
He endorsed the Union and urged ev-
erybody to join who could. He also
related some sea stories that he picked
up in his seafaring days.

away the laurels by the narrow mar-
gin of two points !ike the close gam-
between the Tumor and Fresh laws
played Tuesday night, one goal, made
in the lust fi' :,nutes of play, decided
the contit and put the- Lit team one
step nearer the coveted championship.
At the end of the first half the Lits
led their opponents by 5 points and the
second period opened with a burst
of speed on the part of the laws to
overcome this lead. That they all
but succeeded is evidenced by the score
of the second half which credits them
with 10 points while they allowed the
victors but 7. Spring of the Lits starr-
ed for the winners, making halt their
total count, while Nelson, L wis and
Wagner, divided honors on the side
of the vanquished.
The summary follows: Score Junior
Jits, 24. Junior laws, 22 Lineup:
J. Lits J. Laws
Irving............. L.F. .. . Lewis
Spring............ R.F..... . . Nelson
Currier............ C. .......Wells
Bogart ............L.G. ..... Wagner
Schoeffle.......... R.G. .....Knight
Goals from field-Spring 5, Lewis,
Wagner, Irving, Currier 3, Knight 1,
,Nelson 2. Free goals-Nelson 4 in 6
ehances; Spring 2 in 6 chances.
Adress Open to Holders of Season
Tickets While Others Must
Pay Regular Prices.
M. Anatole Le Braz of the Universi-
ty of Rennes will lecture tonight in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall on the sub-
ject "Le Provincialisms dans littera-
ture Francaise" at 8 o'clock. This lec-.
ture which is included on the lecture
course of the Cercle is the most im-r
p6rtant of the series inasmuch as M.
Le Braz is brought from France to
speak to an Ann Arbor audience.
For many years M. Le Braz has held
a chair in a university which stands
foremost among those of the province,
and during his professorship, "he has
studied the antiquities of Brittany
which he knows as no one else does.
He has written for the many reviews
of France upon the subject and the ma-
terial which he has first in hand.
While M. Le Braz will sojourn in
Ann Arbor he will be accompanied by
M. Leroy White, President of the Fed-
eration de L'Alliance Francaise of
of America. Mr. White who will pre-
sent the speaker for the Alliance is at
present the travelling companion of
M. Le Braz.
The address will be open on the lec-,
ture course ticket of the Cercle, which
will be on sale at the door tonight. The
price is fifty cents for students and
$1.00 for others.

Chose Men From Highe
Class on Basis of Per
And General Abi


A petition by a number of
for permission to institute a n
lication devoted to sociologic
lems was turned down yeste
the Board in Control of Stude
lications. The Board based i
ion on the contention that the
riodical did not purpose to co
field not already taken care c
publications now in existence.
It is said that prominent'
socialists were the originator


At a recent meeting of Tau Beta Pi, new stad
the engineering honorary fraternity, Owing
the following men from the 1913 class sence in
were elected: matter <
Ralph Frank Baldwin, Gran. Rap- could no
ids: George Franklin e ng Folow
ton, 0.; Jacob Leslie Crane, Cdharle- eighteen
voix; Ward Follett Davidson, Iron circulate
Mountain; Walter Rhodes Drury, Nil- "We, tb
es;Philip Kingsbury Fletcher, Detroit; Universi
Lymann Russell Hook, Dunkirk, N. Y.; petition
Frank Cornelius Gibbs, Pontiae; Jam- trol that
es Edwin Hancock, Indianapolis, Ind.; "Wher
Emory Reid Hartsig, Ann Arbor; Eric has been
Francis Hyde, Detroit; Harold Gilbert "Wher
McGee, Ann Arbor; Saul Saulson, ics in the
Grand Marias; Godfrey Strelinger, De- major sp;
troit; Frank Lloyd Weaver, Washing- ly small
ton, D. C.; Charles Mallory Whelan, ability m
Hillsdale. "Wher
The election of men to this organi- the min
zation is based not only on scholastic number
standing, but also strongly on person- and prof
ality and general ability. Junior en- "We r
gineers ranking in scholarship within tion of t
the highest one-eighth of their class, blanket
are eligible for consideration. From struction
this number the new men are selected minor s
by the present active members of the need is n
chapter. ,, fencing,


:T w

as Refer
est 44

cture Faculty members: Albert Stanley,
rther Louis Strauss, Fred N. Scott, William
n an- Howland and William C. Titcomb.
exit Student members: Jacob Crane, Wal-
first ter Dailey, Selden Dickinson, Willis
Diekema, Paul Doherty, Melvin Fisch-
i. the er, Newton Fox, Earl Good, Kingsley
, the Qould, Joseph Hudnut, Maurice Mc-
ating Mahon, Arthur' Moehlman, Edward
oung Mossman, William Restrick, Walter
sign Staebler, Godfrey Strelinger, Herbert
d in, Trix and Julius Wuerthner.
eart- The charter members of the club
>king are: Carlisle Ferguson, Matthew Blish,
Cas- John Cox, Philip Fletcher, Homer,
SHeath, Earl Moore, and Francis Rior-
Membership in the club is limited to
E EK thirty in number. Only members of
the Union and men who have had at
ee in least one year's service in operas are
igible to election. In each instance
special emphasis has been laid on the
amount of work that the man has
part- done for the show and the part that
cided he is ikely to take in the future. As-
that sociai.e membership ha- been provided
. and for those who are not elected to the s. -
sible ciety but whom the ciu v ay se, fita
part to give re ognition. The purpose in
ham- limiting the number in active Aeber-
ossi- ship to thirty is to secure efficiency.
ween -
for- A straw vote which is being conduct-
epre- ed by the Detroit News has so far
e put shown a surprising condition in the
.re of presidential field in that city. Theodore
eligi- Roosevelt leads the race by a great
majority, having 1,624 votes against
e and the 649 registered by the Taft support-
ham- ers. Woodrow Wilson is third with
tood, 270; Harmon has 125; La Follette has
those received 119 ballots; while Clark is
last with only 36.

Professor W. Kuekenthal, of the
University of Breslau, will give two
illustrated lecturei here, next week,
on the general subject of the role of
eonvergeuce in evolution. lHe will talk
Monday at 4:15 p. m. on Convergence
In its Relation to Evolution, in the
Economics lecturs room. Convergence
in the Pon:o amd Structure of Whales
Due to Aqatic Life, will be his subject
Tuesday afternoon when he will lec-
ture at the same hour and place. The
lectures are ree to th public.
Professor Ku'ei-thal is a recognized
authority on whm-es. He is one of the
Harvard exehangv professors for the
year 1911-1 and 'omes to Ann Ar-
bor on th°e Um nsi j' Non Rtesident
Lecture Fund.

Excavation work on the auditorium
site is kept moving rapidly by S. A.
Elsifor and his gang of men. After
the drawing of the dirt is stopped in,
the afternoon, several men are set at
work blasting and in a short time
enough of the frozen earth is loosened
to keep the teams and men busy a
good share of the following day. Many
wagonloads of dirt are being dumped
on the auditorium property in order
to make the grading easier ,after the
building is erected. The house and
barn on the York property, which was
secured by the University, have been
removed so that nothing will inter-
fere with the work from now on.
Junior Engineers Awarded Numerals.
Three junior engineers were award-
ed their numerals at a class meeting
held Tuesday afternoon. Herbert
Larson was granted his numerals foT
winning points in last year's Fresh-
Soph track meet and Amandus Her-
mann and 0. Edward were given theirs
as members of the engineer hockey
team. It was decided to pay one fourth
of the cost of all numerals given to
members of teams in accordance with
the plan adopted last fall.

One of the featu
the Ann Arbor A
being shown in Me
tures of the camp
of Virginia. The p
of that institution
Thomas Jefferson
els for the building
and Roman temple
The edifices wer
to reproduce the b
to furnish specim
that would be sern
of architecture. TI
form of a rectangl
buildings grouped
and connected by
same materials of
ed on every build
is situated upon
of mountains and
able setting.
Dean Schlotterbee
Professor J. O.
of the School of F
in the Saginaw H:
Hall tomorrow ev
sity Extension C
of his lecture wi
Foods and Drugs.

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