ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1912.
ONCE BEATEN OS.U,
NINE PLAYS TODAY
Smith, Michigan's Famous Hurler, Will
Probably Face Buckeye
Team on Mound.
MICHIGAN AND M.A.C.
Actions , Result From Recent Split
With Schoolmasters' Club
in Ann Arbor.
F OUR MILE RELAY TEAJ(
BE CHOSEN THIS AFI
Hanava and o iainbaugh ar
(yet P~ositions, ButtM1t4
Are in Doubt.
Final tryouts for places o
gan's four mile relay team, w
be sent to the Penn relay gar
27, will be held this afternoo
( AME CALLED AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. ALL INVITATIONS ARE RECALLED
E With the scalp of the Case team tied
enca to their belt, the Wolverine ball toss-
ers will take on the 0. S. U. aggrega-
tion this afternoon. It is not the first
time the two teams have met as Mich-
hold igan defeated them in the last game
, the of the southern trip 8 to 2 with Bari-
de- beau pitching. But the Buckeyes are
hold- out for revenge and today's battle may
aken be closer than the former one.
indi- It is probable that Smith may do the
. hurling for Michigan while the lineup
11 be of the team will probably be the same
each as today. The game will be called
stu- at 2:30 o'clock and a good crowd
e his should be present. The lineup of the
trot.i teams will be:
The annual interscholastic meet is
a thing 'of the past so far as Michigan
is concerned. M. A. C. has issued the
same ultimatum and the only high
school meet this year will be the one
at Detroit. Realizing that the split
with the Michigan Schoolmasters'
Club would mean a slim attendance
at the interscholastic and as long as
it has never payed in any sense, the
authorities of both of Michigan's state
colleges have decided to call the meets
o'clock on the
compete for po
positions on t
EHanavan and H
of distance ru
0. S. U
. C. ...... Rogers
..... .C.F. .........Bell
..... L.F. ...... Howard
... 1 B. .......Mitchell
.. & .... .Blackmore
..... S.S. .......Lavans
.....2 B .... Duncanson
.P. ...... Wiggins
The main cause of the trouble is it is thought c
the demand of the schoolmasters that for places. Be
Michigan and M. A. C. exclude from te-have been s
their meet all schools not members well in practic
of the association and this the authori- also been show
ties refuse to do, stating that as a state
institution they cannot do this, and
neither will they be used as a means PLAN SI
of forcing schools to join the associ-
ation. The matter has been hanging TIT
fire for some time but now that M. A.
C. and Michigan have both cancelled
the meet it means that the split with
the schoolmasters is final. People of An
The only meet this year will be held Chance
under the direction of the schoolmas- C
ters club in Detroit along in the latter
part of May. All -the invitation issued RELIEF FUN
by the authorities here have been re-
called and the event which has been First steps in
alled Titanic disaste
an event here each year is no more.
ATHLETIC LEADERS WILL BE
SELECTED NEXT WEDNESDAY.
Women Scheduled to Choose Officers
For Association From List
An election of officers for the Wom-
an's Athletic Association will be helA
next Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p.
n., in the Woman's League rooms and
from 2 to 5 p. m. at Palmer field. The
nominees for the offices are:
President, Jeanette Higgins, Ger-
trude Reed; vice-president, Edith Bis-
bee, Katherine Schoenfelt; secretary,
Frances Sanhorn, Frances Green, Hil-
da Cushing; treasurer, Edna Alfred,
Bessie Smurthwaite; sophomore rep-
resentative, Honora Fogerty, Helen
Towle, Mary Lewis; junior represen-
tative, Heleni Wagner, Jean Scott, So-
phie Herrmann; senior representative,
Edel Ehrhorn, Florence Adams, Dor-
Prof. Wagner to Lecture at Charlotte,
Prof. Charles P. Wagner, of the de-
partment of romance languages, will
deliver an extension lecture in Char-
lotte this evening, entitled "Journeys
ADELPHI SOCIETY WINS FROM
WEBSTERS IN DEBATING MEET
In the fir't inter-society clash in the
annual cup debate held last night, the
Adelphi literary society team was giv-
en the decision over Webster society
by the judges. The members of the
winning, team are: E. J. Rosenberg,
'13; W. W. Schroeder, '14; and A. P.
Barrett, '13. The judges were Dr. W.
D. Moriarty, Attorney La Valley, and
Prof. H. P. Brietenbach.
The second debate in the series will
be held tonight in room B of the law
building between the Alpha Nu and
Jeffersonian society teams and the
winner will debate against the Adel-
phi team some time in May for the
Announcement was made at the de-
bate last night that a meeting of the
Oratorical Association would be held
in room B of the law building at 10:15
urged to be :
cants are invi
be sent to the
to be added
vs. '15 M;
'13; '12 E
0.-'14 L vs. Dents;
armies vs. Homeops.
1.-'12 vs. '14; '13
rs. '14 E.
-'12 L vs. Dent; '12
13 vs. '15.
E vs. '12
'12 M vs.
Graduate Appointed on Dental Board.
Dr. R. H. Volmyer, '06 dent, of To-
ledo, O., was recently appointed to the
Board of Dental Examiners of the
State of Ohio.
Alumnus Marries Ohio Girl.
Dr. Theodore C. Swartzbek, '10 dent,
of Findlay, O., was married to Miss
Mary Blue, of Montpelier, O., on April
Play Basketball Finals Wednesday.
The final game in the women's in-
terclass basketball series between the
freshmen and the combined team of
the two upper classes will be played
next Wednesday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. This is the championship
game, and the winners will .receive
Daily Staffs Dine at Union.
The dinner tendered to the members
of the staffs of the Michigan Daily last
night at the Union was featured by a
talk given by Claude A. Thompson, '05,
and a former business manager of the
paper. Forty members listened to
speeches concerning the paper given
by men representing the respective
DETROIT MASON WILL TALK ON
SYMBOLISM BEFORE CRAFTSMEN
Frank T. Lodge, a prominent De-
troit Mason, will address the Crafts-
men on "Masonic Symbolism" at 7:30
this evening at Masonic Temple. All
Master Masons are cordially welcome,
and tickets for the Craftsmen dance
may be secured at this meeting.
y, May 6.-'12 vs. '15; '13 M vs.
'12 E vs. '14 E.
ay, May 7.-Pharmics vs.
s; '13 vs. '14; '13 L vs. Dents.
esday, May 8.-'12 L vs. '14 L;
'15 M; '13 E vs. '15 E.
chedule for the final series for
npionship of the campus will
aged as soon as it can be deter-
vhat teams will participate.
Major Harry H. Burdett, instr
in fencing, boxing and swimmi:
the University of Wisconsin is a v
in Ann Arbor and intends to d
considerable time during his
weeks' visit to giving pri ate le
in fencing and boxing under the
pices of the Fencer's club.
Major Burdette's aim is. to cor
gauge the interest shown along
lines at Michigan and other so
and no doubt his efforts will a
considerable enthusiasm among
devotees of these sports. Men
ested or who desire to take lesson
get details by consulting Paul
hard of the Fencer's club.
Season Base Ball Books admitting to following 50c games
will be sold to members of the association
Alma Wed., Apr. 17 25c
O. S. U. Sat., Apr. 20 50c
Western R. Sat. Apr. 27 50c
Syracuse Thu. flay 950c
Wabash Wed. flay 15 50c
M.A.C. Sat. May 18 50c
Alumni date later 50c
Pennsylvania Wed. June 26
Kentucky State Wed. Apr. 24
Western Reserve Sat. Apr. 27
Ohio Wesleyan Thu. May 2
Syracuse Thur. May 9
Wabash Wed. flay 15
M.A. C. Sat. May 18
Alumni vs Varsity date to be announced later