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April 23, 1912 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

CLASS BASEBALL MANAGERS
HOLD MEETINGTONIGHT

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Rules Will Be Thoroughly
plained; Eligibility Lists
Must Be Handed In.

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There will be a meeting of all inter-
class baseball managers at the offices
of the athletic association tonight at
7:30 to make the final preparations
for the opening of the interclass gam-
es.
The new draft of rules for interclass
contests will be given out and explain-
ed by Director Bartelme and all the
points will be thoroughly cleared up.
Also the eligibility lists from the vari-
ous faculties must be handed in at this
meeting to insure the playing of men
in the games. Failure to do this may
result in the loss of players.
According to the rules of the con-
tests all physical examinations must
be completed before 6 p. m. Wednes-
day and the entire matter cleared up
before the first game. The umpires for
the various games have not as yet Deev.
offically appointed as it is the intention
to make appointments of men favored.
by the various managers.
REGrENTS TO TAKE DEFINITE
ACTION ON FORESTRY SCHOOL

Established 1 872

Prof. Roth Will Not State Why
Decided to Stay at Mich.
igan.

He

We Solicit Your
Correspondence

EXAMINE FOUR OF
WRECK WITNESSES
Inquest on D. I'. It. Accident Elicits
Some Revelating and Damag-_
-ig Testimony.
IISPATCIER HAS TOO MUCH WORK
Four witnesses were examined at
the inquest held in the county court
house last night by Coroner W. G.
Johnson to fix the blame for the wreck;
which occurred on the D. U. R., April
15, in which twelve students were in-
jured. Criminal proceedings may arisc
from the finding of the coroner's jury,
and the State Railway commission may
take action.
Frank Kane, of Ypsilanti, train dis-
patcher on duty at the time of the ac-
c dent, gave testimony regarding the
orders he issued to cars 108 and 109.
He declared that the cars were to meet
at Finks', aand that some mistake must
have been made by the crew of the
east bound car. He further testified
that he handled without an assistant
sixteen passenger and nine other cars
on that shift.
Burton M. Hudnut, a motorman or.
the car which left Jackson, stated that
he repeated the orders taken by his
conductor to the train dispatcher, and
Kane replied that the repetition was
correct. These orders were to the ei-
feet that he was to meet train 108 at
Bates, about nine miles east of Finks.
Motorman Hudnut said he saw the
west bound car about 2,500 feet away
although he applied the brakes and re-
versed the power, he .only succeeded
in checking the speed before- the cars
::ame together. In his opinion, the
motorman of the west bound car could
not observe his approach because of
the smoke in the air, and the intense
glare of the sun. The cars were run-
ning about thirty miles an hour when
they struck and the west bound car
telescoped the other one.
The hearing will be continued in
Judge Kinne's court room next Mon-
day evening at 7 o'clock, and as there
are about fifteen witnesses to appear,
additional developments are expected.
Gives Fencing Exhibition in Gym .
Major Harry H. Burdett, of the Un,
versity of Wisconsin, gave an exhibi-
tion in elementary fencing and boxing
in Waterman gymnasium yesterday af-
ternoon. In fencing he illustrated the
technical use of the military sabers.
Dr. Angell to Address Women.
President-Emeritus James B. Angell
will address the women's meeting at
Newberry hall today at 5 o'clock. Miss
Ethel Smurthwaite, of the School of
Music faculty will furnish the music
for the program.

THURS., APRIL 25
Chas. A. Sellon's
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Merry Musical Extravaganza; The
New American Pantomine
TH C AT
AND THE
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With Harry B. Watson and a
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Carleton Lee Colby
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Yet Dear
"Mother Goose Fables"
Always a delight to the
Young and Grown Up.s
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SPAULDING & MERRICK
CHICAGO

Some definite action relative to a
change in the policy in the forestry
schzol will probably be sanctioned by
the Regents at their regular monthly
meeting Thursday., It is generally be-
lieved'that Prof. Filibert Roth was in-
duced to remain at the head of thex
department with the promise that cer-
tain changes in its status would be
made, and it is these that the Regerd
are expected to consider.
"I cannot say definitely why I fin-
nally determined to refuse the Cornell
offer," Prof. Roth stated when seen
yesterday afternoon, "except, of course,
that I am much attached to Michigan.
It is likely, however, that the Regents
will take some step with regard to the
forestry school when they meet this
week."
A rumor that Prof. C. L. Hill, of the
forestry department, who recently ten-
dered his resignation, would also re-
main at Michigan, now that Prof. Roth
has decided to stay, was fpund to be
without foundation. Prof. Hill has al-
ready accepted a position in the West
and will leave as soon as school clos-
es.
"fOSTON" IS TABOOED BY
WISCONSIN DEAN OF WOMEN
MADISON, WIS., April 22.-The
"Boston" and kindred dances are a
thing of the past at the University of
Wisconsin if an official taboo will stop
them. Mrs. Lois Kimball Mathews,
dean of women, put' her regal' ban 'on
the "dip" at the Naval ball those Who
were dancing the proscribed dances
being asked to desist.
FIFTEEN YE ARS AGO TODAY.

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Two odors, White Rose or Violet, full half pou
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E. C. EDSILL, Prop.
122 S. Main St. Prescr

Ferry field, 3:30 today.
All candidate for J lit baseball team
meet at S. Ferry field at 2:30 today
for practice game with J. Eng.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
Tuesday at 5 p. m.
Soph lit class meeting Wednesday
afternon at 3 o'clock in west physics
lecture room. Important.
Mandolin practice every afternoon
this week in U. Hall. Double fiines
will be levied for non-attendance.
Baily & Edmunds
Canoe Paddles
FISHING TACKLE
And AlI.Kinds of
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UNIVERSITV NOTICES

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Michigan's baseball schedule includ-
ed a game with the All-Chicago high
school team.
President James B. Angell was ap-
pointed United States minister of Tur-
key.

Soph lit baseball practice at South
Ferry field today at 3 o'clock.
Meeting of the Junior Girls' section
of the Deutscher Verein at 7 o'clock in
the 'Verein room, Tuesday evening,
April 23.
All Junior Engineers at S. Ferry field
at 2. Practice game with J lits.
Senior lit baseball practice at S.

TONIGHT

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