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APRIL 18, 1912.

TE OF SYRACUSE
MEET ANNOUNCED

GIVES FIRST OF Sl
TALKS ON DR

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rines Will Meet Easterners
Annual Contest on Ferry
Field May 18.

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MONiAY.

RECORD .SMASHING PROMISED.
Saturday, May 18, will be the date of

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who were hurt
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injured will be

the Syracuse outdoor track meet here '
, w.
this year. Such was the' announce- a
ment given out at the athletic offices
yesterday and in as much as this will A
probably be the only outdoor contest t
with another college this spring, it a
will be more or less of a criterion for o
the Intercollegiate games. e
With probably more men eligible and ti
with the handicap of a strange track o
removed, Michigan will attempt to re- p
verse the score of the indoor meet and zo
secure revenge for the defeat this win- c
ter. Waring, the broad jumper, is sa
rounding into form and should show :
some class this spring. Kohler is th
working with the discus and hammer n
as well as the shot and with the pos-
sibility that Blake will be eligible, the p
Syracuse meet should see some more a
records smashed.-C

Prof. Maurice P. Tilley will 1
irst of- the series of lectures
rama, which have been plan
,he Collegiate Alumnae, Tb
kpril 25, at 4:15 p. m. in Sar;
well Angell hall. He will disc
:ur Wing Pinero's work. The
will be free to the public and s
re especially invited to atten
First rate theatrical attracti
knn Arbor and general educa
,he best dramatic productions
ims of the work now being
n by the Collegiate Alumnae a
r local women's societies in c
ion with the National Drama

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FRATERNTY TO BIUILD AI)DITION

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Death.I
e in- Phi Gamma Delta Will Increase Pin-
place ing and Kitchen Facilities.
f they Extensive improvements on the Phi
rill he Gamma Delta fraternity house, 707
ve the Oxford Road, are being planned, work
the having already been commenced. An
fewish addition consisting of three stories
rother will be .erected directly back of the
ult of present lodge, to be connected to the
>rd of latter by corridors lighted by leaded
bed in French windows.
is at The new addition will provide in-
o crit- creased kitchen and dining facilities,
. oth- and the total cost of the improve-

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understood enough to know just what
is passing through his mind.
The coroner's inquest is scheduled
for next Monday evening, in the local
court house. It was rumored yester-
day that there would be some startling
developments in the case but as yel
none of them have come to light.

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"CON" EXAMS WILL BE HELD
NEXT FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY
"Con exams" in the literary depart-
ment are scheduled to take place this
week, Friday and Saturday. Instruct-
ors must be consulted to find out the
place of holding each test and the
members of the departmental staff
should be notified. The hours at which
examinations in each subject will be

mile event proved satisfactory to
igan in that the Wolverines were
ted the place next to the pole.
ceton drew the pole, and Penn,
.igan's biggest rival, now that
ell will not compete, drew fourth
ion. In the mile relay, Michigan
'eighth place, but as no mile team
be sent east, this will not cause
Vichigan athletes any worry.
e tryouts for the four mile relay
will be held sometime Saturday
rding to Dr. Kraenzlein. If the
her permits it is probable that
Stime Beats will be run on Thurs-
but the final trials will occur on
rday. It is stated that Hanavan
Haimbaugh, who are practically
of making the team, will not run,
that the competition will be be-
n the other men who are aspir-
for the quartet.
lly a few of the faithful trained
erday on account of the weather.
:ral of the athletes took short
touts on Ferry field in spite of
rain,
ness Forces Carl Smith Home.
.rl Smith of the S. C. A. was sched-
to assist in the Men and Religion
vard movement in the iorthern
nsula but was taken with ton-
s at Menominee and was forced
eturn to Ann Arbor where he isl

Friday, April 19.-8-10 a. m. Span-
ish, German, Philosophy, Education.
10-12 a. m., Rhetoric, Semitics. 2-4
p. in.,. Astronomy, Chemistry, Metal-
lurgy. 4-6 p. in., English, Mathemat-I
ics.
Saturday, April 20.-8-10 a. m., Ora-
tory, History, International Law,Phys-
ics. 10-12 a. in., Latin, Bibliography,
Political Economy, Political Science,
Drawing. 2-4 p. m., Greek, French,
Biology, Botany, Ecology. ' 4-6 p. m.,
Mineralogy, Geology, Forestry.
Students must present blanks from
the Registrar to gain admission to the
examinations.
PROFESSOR WENLEY TO FILL
VACANCY ON SENATE COUNCIL
Professor R. M. Wenley has been
chosen by the members of the literary
faculty to fill the place on the Senate
Council held by Professor J. R. Effin-
ger before he became dean of the lit-
erary department. As dean, Prof. Ef-
finger is a member, ex-officio, and this
fact left the literary department with-
out its qualified representation of two
elective members in the council. Prof.
Wenley will continue in office till the
end of the present semester, when an-
other election of members to the coun-
cil is due. Prof. F. M. Taylor is the
other Senate Councilman from the lit-
erary department.

,tons in the main structure, will prob-
ably reach $5,000. Thef first floor of
the addition will include a dining
room 14 x 38 feet. The plans were
furnished by George S. Mills, of To-
ledo, architect of the present lodge.
ENGINEERS AND LITS UNITE
TO GIVE "JUNIOR JAMBOREE."
Continuing the movement started by
the sophomore classes to promote a
closer social union between the de-
partments, the Junior lits and the
Junior engineers have arranged for
a spring dance to be known as the
"Junior Jamboree" which will take
place at the new armory, Wednesday
evening, April 24. A feature of the
occasion will be the presence of Fin-
zel's orchestra of Detroit. The party
will be informal and the price of the
tickets will be one dollar which does
not include refreshments. The dance
is supposed to be the last one for
each of the two classes for the pres-
ent school year and is in charge of the
social committees representing them.
Tickets may be purchased from any
member of either committee. 'The
chaperones have not yet been chosen
but will be announced within a short
time.
SUFFRAGIST SPEAKS IN HIH
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TONIGHT
Mrs. Caroline Bartlett-Crane, of
Kalamazoo, a prominent suffragist,
will speak in the high school auditori-
um this evening at 7 o'clock under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor Woman's
Suffrage Association. Her subject will
be, "Will Chivalry Perish?" and she
will treat the matter from the stand-
point of answering arguments put
forth by opponents of woman's suf-
frage. Admission will be free and the
general public is invited.
Quartet Returns from Trip.
The official students' Christian Quar-
tet composed of Ken Westerman, L. E.
Butterfield, J. R. Hayden and Ed Kemp
with B. E. Mitchell as reader has re-
turned from a trip through the north-
ern part of Michigan. Concerts were
given at Big Rapids, Marquette, Nor-
way, Gladstone, and Menominee.

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SOPHOMORE Gil
HONORS IN

The second annual Women's Ath
meet which was held on April 4
sulted as follows: First place,
with 138.8 points, 1915 second
130.7. The four highest indivi
scores were:
Bessie Gordon, 1915, 48.5 out
possible 50.
Gertrude Slow, 1915, 48.
Mary Erickson, 1915, 43.5.
Gertrude Helmecke, 1914, 41.5.
These girls receive their class r
erals and the class of 1914 will
their numerals engraved on a s
cup.
Chess Matches are Still in Prog
Play in the correspondence c
matches is progressing. Twenty
es have been completed in the g
with the University of Chicago,
fifteen in those against Colgate. N
igan has a slight advantage in pos
on three of the boards. The re-
Tuesday.night meetings have beer
continued, but the tournaments
be kept up during the semester.

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