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Michi

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESI

20,

WALKS SAID TO BE
LE NAVIGABLE THIS YE:AR

BANOMEN TO GET
CONTESTED FUND

na

SEATS FOR "TH
ARE GOING

ndent Marks Believes
e in Better Condition

Walks

Than Heretofore.
re doing everything in our pow-
etter. the condition of the cam-
iks," said Mr. J. H. Marks, su-
ndent of buildings and grounds,
y to the editorial in The Michi-
aily of yesterday. "Six men
mployed yesterday in draining
.er off of the walks. The condi-
such that it is impossible to do
>re than we have been doing.
ound is frozen three and four
ep so that it is natural that the
will try to drain off, and in so
t seeks the low places on the
ks."
walks are in much better con-
his year than ever before," de-
Mr. Marks. "It is those walks
ere laid down years ago, on a
g construction, that collect the
Nearly all of the water will
ned off of the walks by tomor-
roviding it does not rain, so
will be useless for the students
chase canoes at the present
'ET AND MANDOLIN TRIO
LL ENTERTAIN SOPH LITS.
soph lits will hold their fourth
inner at the Union Friday ev-
Harold Schradzki will act as
aster and will call upon the fol-
to speak: Mr. W. H. Hamilton,
economics department, Leon-
adersall, Gordon Eldredge, Paul

Council Decides to Turn Over Junior Lits to Mee
N uch Disputed Surplus gineers in Stri
to Musicians Suprema
TO PRiNT CLASS CONSTITUTION. ADMISSION FEE TO

Rehearsals for "
- Tobin's comedy to

Ass<

y night
in their

Following a reconsideration of the
motion passed at a former meeting,
which had as its effect the placing of
the surplus of last year's band trip
fund-s in a, separate fund to be devoted
to future trips of the band, the Student
Council last night voted to turn this
surplus, $18.54 in all, over to the band
immediately, in order to assist that or-
ganization in meeting a deficit that it
has incurred. Future misunderstand-
ings regarding surpluses will probably
be prevented by having the matter so
placed before the student body before
any funds are solicited that any ques-
tion regarding the disposal of the same
cannot arise.
Two hundred copies of the new in-
terclass constitution were ordered
printed, and present and future class
officers will have a neat hand-book
containing the instrument to assist
them in their work.
A discussion of dates for the annual
spring contests resulted in the ap-
pointment of a committee to look into
the matter with a view to having the
dates for both the spring contests and
cap night settled at the next meeting.
FEATHERWEIGHT WRESTLERS
SHOW FORM IN LIVELY BOUT.

The best basketball g,,
son is expected this eve
junior lits and the soph
dispute the championsh
pus. The engineers, as
the Druid trophy last
lits wdn their departmei
ship and were consider(
This, year both teams
opposition before them.
As to personnel, the
team is composed of th
last year's team, and
Captain Paterson, who
one of the preliminary,
covered and will be in t
the whistle blows. T
have the same team as
the exception of one
counting on their expe
them win. Both team;
practicing diligently an
for the game.
Branch Rickey and "I
have been named by In
ger Anderson to act as
contest will commence
admission of 25 cents w

are well
f. R. D. :

Aon

a, ut
it champi
a fast tez
ve swept

parts

tures

as re-
when
rlits
with
are
help
been

ic will be rurnisned by Five Entries Received for the Second
-tet and mandolin trio.
ill begin promptly at Series of Wrestling Events
11 bein poinpty atSet for Tomorrow.
P admissions, for thoseS T
tickets, will be 50 The fencing room in the gym was
_crowded to its utmost yesterday af-
tend Chicago Meeting. ternoon when the first bouts in the

Official Tests Prove Latesi
Capable of Developing 11
Degree of Efficiency.

Word was recei
from m&he United S
at Holyoke, Mass.,

S. J. Zow-I

itney, ot tne educatiuon
yesterday for Chicago
nnual meeting of the
ssociation of Colleges
Schools. Prof. F. N.
atoric department, will
meeting but will not
'sday night. Both will

Junior Lits to Hold Dinner at Union,
The junior lits will dine tomorrow
night at the Union, and in addition to
the dinner a good program of toasts
is promised. "Cam" Trible will pre-
side as toastmaster and Mr. David
Friday will be- the guest of honor. A
musical program has also been ar-
ranged.
OPERA CLUB WILL DISCUSS
PRODUCTION.FOR NEXT YEAR
The Mimes, the recently organized
Michigan Union opera club, will hold
its first business meeting this evening
at the clubhouse at 8 o'clocl. Matters
relating to the 1913 opera will be dis-
cussed at this time and committee re-,
ports will be read,
Dean Cooley Made Director of Society
Dean M. E. Cooley has been elected
a director of the American Society for
Promoting Efficiency. The society has
a membership of over 755 business and
professional men and is now meeting
in New York.
Dean Addresses Drug Society.
Dean J, 0. Schlotterbeck, of the
school of pharmacy, spoke last evening
in Grand Rapids before the Drug club
of that city. The subject of his ad-
dress was "A Pharmaceutical Educa-
tion."
Michigan Daily Sophs to Give Dance.
Sophomoyes on the staff of The
Michigan Daily will entertain at an in-
formal dance in the Packard Academy,
Tuesday evening, April 2.

wrestling tournament were held, and,
several good exhibitions of the art
were given. Contestants in five class-
es weighed in and qualified and the
matches in each class consisted of but
one fall. The featherweights put up
the lengthiest and one of the best
fights so far, the little fellows staying
on the mat for 22 minutes before one
of them secured a fall.
The results of yesterday's matches,
follow:
Heavyweight class-Morse won over
Thor in i minutes; 145 lb. class-Cas-
well won over Lewis in 6 minutes;
158 lb. class-Harris won over Longe
in 5 minutes; 133 lb. class-Bogue won
over Westerman in 1 minute; 125 lb.
class-Doyle won over Yellen in 22
minutes.
Referee, Matthews; Timer, Robin-
son.
The next bout will be held tomor-
row and the following have entered:
125 lb. class, Kendrick vs. Johnson;
133 lb. class, Lynch vs. Madison; 145
lb. class, Hardin vs. McGlaughlin; 158
lb, clfss, Bevens vs. Bleich; heavy-
weight class, Allmendinger vs. Smith.
Upperelass Fives Clash Tomorrow
The second basketball game in the.
upperclass series will take place to-
morrow afternoon at Barbour gymna-
sium between the junior and senior
girls.
GLAD GLIDER TIDINGS SAY
SliACiINE WILL GO UP SOON.
The Aeronautical society has settled
the much-disputed question concern-
.ing the starting of the glider and an
ascent will soon be made. The ma-
chine will be started from the top of
the hangar on a car, suspended by pul-
leys from a series of taut wires
stretching from the roof to the ground
at a gentle incline. No motor will be
placed in the biplane this year.
A meeting of the society will be call-
ed soon to make final detailed ar-
rangements for the flight.
President Returns to Ann Arbor Today
President Harry B. Hutchins will re-
turn this morning from his trip to
New York, Washington and New Ha-

ski that his latest turbine had devel-
oped an efficiency of 88.75 per cent,
and 40 per cent more power than the
highest capacity turbine on the mar-
ket.
It was just a year ago that Prof.
Zowski sent a 12-inch water turbine,
that he had designed for the hydraulic
laboratory, to the Holyoke testing sta-
tion in order to obtain an official test.
In this wheel, Prof. Zowski embodied
all his own ideas'and conceptions aim-
ing to get a turbine of a much higher
capacity than any that had been built
before. The tests were so successful
that five of the leading turbine build-
ers of this country immediately be-
sieged Prof. Zowski for his design,
The turbine types developed by Prof.
Zowski have aroused much interest'
among European turbine builders and
specialists. Prof. R. Reichel, of Char-
lottsburg, Germany, wrote recently
asking for a model of the new turbine
to be used in the Charlottsburg labo-
ratory, for the purpose of making
comparative tests.
Clergyman Will Speak Before Students
Rev. A. B. Storms will speak at
Newberry hall to both men and women
at 5 p. m. and 7 p. m. today. In the
afternoon Dr. Storms will talk on "The
Everlasting Yea." The evening meet-
ing will be a questionnaire,
NEW YORK ALUMNI TO FACE
QUAKER GRADS IN CONTEST.
NEW YORK, March 19.-Michi-
gan will attempt again to demonstrate
that the Wolverines are superior to
the Quakers tomorrow night when a
team made up of her alumni will face
a similar aggregation of the Pennsyl-.
vania institution in an indoor base-
ball contest here. The match is to be
held in the presence of a large fol-
lowing of the alumni of both schools,
and the rivalry, although good natur-
ed; is most keen.
Chemical Engineers Plan Spring Trip.
The annual spring trip of engineers.
interested In chemical technology and
metallurgy is scheduled to cover the
first four days of spring vacation. The
party will leave Ann Arbor Friday,
April 5, at 10:30 p, m,

ing -to witness the annual play on
March 28, with this drama, and as an
aid to making the play more intelligi-
ble when it is given.
The difficulties of the play, the hum-
orous touches, and the personality of
the author will be treated, along with
the working of the plot. The lecture
will be given in English.
Prof, Davis Returns from Convention.
Prof. C. O. Davis, of the department
of education, returned yesterday from
Lawrence, Kan., where he attended
the ninth annual high school confer-
ence of the University of Kansas. He
also addressed the Superintendents'
Conference, which was in session there
at the same time,

hi

Pharmic Honor Men to Dine at Union A
The Aristolochites, the pharmacy "th
honor society, will hold a banquet at pos
the Michigan Union at 5:30 this eyen- fold
ing. There will be no formal toasts, are
but several of the active members will the
be called upon to speak. . san
Mic
UNION BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ath
TO CONCLUDE THIS EVENING wer
The
The fourth annual Michigan Union bas
bridge tournament will end with to- mu
night's playing. P. 0. Sansom and S. and
B. Dunlop are leading at present. Sev- wo
eral of the other couples are but a few
points behind the leaders, and the re- A
suits will be in the balance until the par
last hands are played and counted. con
Mic
Teachers' Blanks Required This Week the
All senior location blanks and pho- han
tographs must be in the office of the say
appointment committee by Saturday "M:
noon if positions are to be secured und
during the week of the Schoolmasters' of
club session. tab

sev-
Bor-
r re-

t Theory
graduate
sity see-

Verein Members Discuss Heine. of
Heinrich Heine formed the center of th.
the program of the junior section of th
.the Deutscher Verein at its meeting wi
last night. Prof. C. E. Eggert, of the let
German faculty, spoke on "Heine's er
Relation to the Prussian Government."
.we
Prof. Henry Spangler, head of the ti
mechanical engineering department of gr
the University of Pennsylvania, died de
Monday after an extended illness.

as sa
on; r

Chemical Society to Dance Saturday.
Phi Lambda Upsilon, the chemistry
honor fraternity, will dance Saturday
night at the Packard Academy.

, for seven m
(Cntinued

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