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r. Angelis" Tels T" e
ust Pave Way for
t Generation

"It is for the present generation of
)llege girls to better, conditions in the
itside world and to prepare the way
r the coming generation" said Dr.
umes B. Angell yesterday in an ad-
ress before college girls at Newberry
all on "What Can the College Girl
o When She Graduates?" Dr. Anell
en discussed some of the fields which
:e open to women now and the bene-
t to be derived from having women
iter these fields.
Miss Ethel Smurthwaite of - the
chool of Music faculty gave a vocal
lo following the lecture. About 200
rls were present at the meeting .
ssistant Coach Douglas Will Oversee
Class Games
Prentis Douglas will begin his activ-
[es as assistant coach with the open-
g of the inter-class baseball series
oxt Saturday and will assume the role
autocrat of the diamond whenf
ickey and the regulars are not pres-
it. Upon him will fall the duties
instructing the class men in the art
id science of hitting and fielding and
e will also be called upon to settle
iy and all questions and arguments
at may arise.
At the inter-class meeting held at
e Athletic Office last night Director
artelme, Coach Rickey, Assistant
oach Douglas, manager-Ford and six-
en class managers were in atten-
ance, the managers taking the oppor-
inity to hear some sound advice
om Mr. Bartelme and the coaches
ong the lines of how to build up win-1

Freshinen Women Battle With Picked Dion Birney, Manager of Comedy (lub,
Team For Class Chain- Selected to Direct The An- Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, of the Polit-
pionship. n1,al Play. ical Science department, will feature
the Michigan Union membership din-
(LOSE SEA1SY"N 'WITHI BANQUET REHE.RSALS START THIS WEEK. ner to be given tomorrow evening at
__---I-the clubhouse with a talk on "The
A picked team from the junior and Active work on the prod iction of Dartmouth Union." Professor Reeves
senior aggregations will oppose "Alcestis," the play to be given by the was formerly a member of the Dart-
mouth faculty and was interested in
the freshmen in the final game of the senior gii'ls during commencement the Union at that institution. The
women's basket ball series, which will week, will start next Friday afternoon dinner will start at 6 o'clock as usual.j
be staged this afternoon. The ame at 5 o'clocq when the class.in dramat- Frederie M. Loomis, president of the
will be played in Barbour gymnasium isc, producers of the play i meet for senior medical class, will act as toast-I
and illge clle at4:15o cockmaster in accordance with the plaza
This will decide the championship the first time in room 208 Tappan Hall mhat in corlane wit the pan
th that has been followed out thlis yea;r.
among the feminine basket tossers and Dion Birney, '13 L, has been secured Kenneth Westerman, tenor and How-
the rnembers of the winning team to coach the play. Birney, who hadarPotbrinebthm brso
will get the official B. B., in addition one of e principal parts in "The Mag- te rtersitg , lbw furnsh
theiuiversiy gelm club, will furnish
to the numerals, which will be award- istrate, the play ven by the Com the musical program for the guests.
ed to all the players. As yet the fresh- Club this year, 'is also the manages The ticket sale will as usual, be limit-
men are undefeated having taken a for the Comedy Club for next year.
game from the sophomores and the There has been considerable delay in ed to seventy-five and can be purchas-
edl at the Union or from the following
game should be hotly contested. commencing rehearsals on the play emes the comite fo thity
It mhad been the intention of the offi- because of the failure of the books to iembers Inman Sealty, for thirty-
cials to have the first year girls play arrive. Parts will probably be appor- fiveents: Inman Sealby, Francis i-
the winner of the junior-senior game. tioned at the meeting on Friday. phylnd RudlphsVa nk
phy and Rudolph Van Dyke.
That contest had to be cancelled, how-- _____-_______
ever, because of the loss of Grace Pow- I X-COV. FOLK TO, LECTURE HERE FEXVES TOMOROW OR
ers, one of the senior sextette. Miss_--
hPowers was hurt in the recent inter- Well Known Missourian Will Speak e ral lanchard'Will (lye Ora-
n wreck and that left a vacancy' Before S. L. .e aaHrd
on the ten whichtcould not be filled, i As the next number on the Student's tion hero Today.
P Iercival V. Blanchard, '14,'~h'
there being no substitutes. Lecture Association course, to be given
gan's representative in the It .crs" ° . te
Will hold Aniutal JBanquet Friday evening, April 26, Ex-Governor Pac sr'rseat Co ntesllie
As is customary, the annual banquet Joseph W. Folk of Missouri will speak Peac rcal oz hist
will close the season. This will be on "The Era of Conscience." While public recital ofW his oation, U h
held at the gymnasium on Wednesday, he was holding the reins of government sevlt Th erno at in
city Hall this afternoon at 4:15. 1
May 1. At this time, the numerals will in his native state, Gov. Flk was in- Tomorrow mornns; Blanchard, ac-
probably be awarded. Following the strumental in introducing various companied by Prof. R. D. Hollisterof
banquet, which is open to all university needed reforms and as a result of his theoratore y dPrme, lillievr 0
women, a dance will be held. The work at that time and since, has been Monmouth, Ihertm hent will me t to
banquet hall will probably be decora- mentioned this year as a compromise prnthtIlls we ixviie in he
representatives oi six states in th ra-n
ted with spring flowers and several candidate for President on the Demo- terstate contest,
informal.talks will be made by niem- cratic ticket. The national contest this y ill
bers of the teams. Purity in politics is the principle for yti y t a d
Ibe the third ini live yea-r6 that a AMich1i-I
104___which the ex-official is carrying the
CAMPUS ETS EAET. banner, and if his reception in other gan man has pariicipated in. Pr-z"s
CAMPUpTSNEW ONAM T ar a f hnrcan n o r aof $75 and $50 in gold are offered tol
parts of the country. can be taken as athe contestant winning first and st -
Glacial Boulder Placed Near Museum sign of esteem in which he is held by on ho
Entrance. Imany, other states than Missouri on__nor_._
An excellent' specimen of glacial should feel his influence,
boulders has been presented to the'A
university by Dr. L. C. Ransom, of TENM\S TRYOUTS GET ONW
Sandusky, O., in the name of W. H. COURTS FOR FIRST TIME
Ransom, '09, and has been placed at DAY
the left of the entrance Museum. The Preliminary tennis tryouts were D
boulder was found near Sandusky, and held at Ferry field yesterday afternoon,
in' all probability was brought from th it being the first time the weather has ",The forestry department, as a
far north during the "ice age." As the been favorable enough to permit the whole, will make no special prepara-
stone is interesting from both a histor- use of the courts. An exceptionally
ical and geological point of view, it large number of candidates have re- bons for the celebration of Arbor Fay;
makes quite an addition to the rocks ported to Manager Thorward and this year," said Prof. C. L. Iill y ,.
now scattered about in the campus, twenty-four men took part in the mat- terday. "The department is now on-
The boulder will be of use in class ches yesterday, which consisted of a gaged setting out several thousamnd
instruction in demonstrating the so- "round robin," each man playing with
called processes of pregniatism and each other man as far as possible. young trees and we will continue in
the part which water plays iti connec- Manager Thorward expects to be- this work without special reference tq
tion with the' intrusions of moulten gin weeding out the squad the fore the day set apart by the governor as
rock material. part of next week as it is necessary to Arbor Day."
pick a team for the Oberlin match on In a proclamation, issued April 0,
PROF. TILLEY WILL LECTURE May 4th. GoenrObrnds a ivr2v '






Ceremonies Are'.
Big Banqu
Is Not

4 _________________________




he Uiversity Budget Will be Main Object
be of Session; May Pass on
he Fellowships.
An attempt will be made tomorrow
by the Michigan Union to secure offi-
N. cial recognition from the Board of Re-
gents for the campaign that is being
ve carried on towards the establishment
of some system for caring for the gen-'
t- eral health of the student body. At its
n- last meeting, the Michigan Union board
i- passed a resolution, asking the Re-
Li- gents to appoint a committee to confer
be with the Union Infirmary committee.
to The request will be presented at the
A regular monthly meeting of the Re-
he gents which will begin at 10 o'clock
e- Thursday in the Regents room.
be The report which has been prepared
y, from the findings of the Union commit-
1- tee up to date by Mr. L. A. Hopkins, a
al member of the committee will form
r- the basis of the discussion between the
ill two committees, if the request is
a granted. This report; subject to the
changes that may result from its dis-
of cussion will probably be submitted to
he the Regents at a later meeting for a
a final decision regarding the plan.
'e Budget will Be Discussed
t- The university budget for the fiscal
Ile year will be the main topic of dis-
se cussion at the meeting tomorrow. Much
0 time has already been spent by faculty
and Regent committees but it is not
likely that the matter will be settled
until a later time. Names of candi-
es dates' for graduate fellowships, as re-
ne commended by the Graduate Council
til will probably be submitted and finally

Fifty-one members of the
were electedto Sigma Xi, th
scientific society, at a mee
society that was held in t'
building last night. The
were based 'on scholarshi
new ,Jnembers were taken f
faculty, graduates and senic
To pick so many Donor p
quired the entire evening
not until late last nignt th
of the council chamber x
and a mcn'ibar of the facu'it
the lists of the successful
The initiatien will be hed
in M.y and rill be followed
baaquct. The list of the ne"
Mttlew K.' Blish Kew
Lawrence Hadley, Ann An
M. heath, Tcleo, O. nor
an, Part Hurcn, Mich.; Rg
Al),e, Detroit; V'alter B,
Ann Arbor; Elizabeth L.
Ann Arbor.
i rary i partinel
NV aH. Cm, Sanb
Leonard Cretcher, Ann Anr
E. Cuilen, Isle St. George,
dolph W Caser, Onaway, M
ard A. 'Hamilton, Hamilt
Charles J. Kraebel, Ann A
bert F. 'LindsayAnsterd
George W. Maxwell, Ca
Woodbridg Metcalf, Detroit
a Packer, Newton, Pa.;
Pottinger, Ann Arbor; Ethel
Battle Creek, Mich.; .Lynn
Brown City, Mich.
Medic l)epartmen
John E. Bolauder, Spar
Florence Chadwick, Taunt
Charles L. Gandy, Ocean V
Harry N. Kerns, Berkeley, 4
erick N. Loomis, Ann Arbo
E. Powell, Munsford, N. Y
Schaule, Reedsburg, Wis.;
Smith, Petoskey, Mih.;
Stokes, Ann Arbor.
Engineering Departn
Civil engineering: Ward
man, Buchanan, Mich.; C
Doerr, Saginaw, Mich.; Harr
hauser, Rochester, N. Y.; I
Seeley, Highland Park, Mic]
Mechanical Engineering:
Baer, Hancock, Mich.; La
Field, Mason, Mich.; John H
Detroit, Mich.; Albert L. No:
Rapids, Mich.; Bernhardt 1
ick, Cleveland, Ohio.
Electrical Engineering:
E. Clapp, Ann Arbor; Danie
Bay City, Mich.; Francis T.
Ann Arbor; Frederick Morg
Harbor, Mich.; Dale 1. Pars
aning, Mich.; Allan M. Pe'
Rapids, Mich.
Chemical Engineering:
Armstrong, Middleville, Mi
S: Rodin, Ann Arbor; Robe
ley, Ann Arbor.
Marine Engineering: Mer
her, Jackson, Mich.
James Elmer Harris, Ro
McCotter, Walter Robert P
Yale Professor to Lectu
Dean Charles R. Brown
Theological Seminary will
lecture-in Newberry Hall n4
evening at 7:30 o'clock. H
deal with the Christian ni
Brown went to Yale colleg
ifornia where he was pa
largest church on thea coasi

Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, the noted
English dramatist, will be the subject
of a lecture by Prof. M. P. Tilley of the
English faculty at Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall tomorrow afternoon at 4:15.
Pinero is the author of "The Magis-
trate" which was recently produced by
the Comedy club and is declared by
many critics to be the greatest living
dramatist. The lecture is given under.
the auspices of the drama league com-
mittee of the association of collegiate

Dental Society to Hear About "Pain."
Dr. W. B. Pillsbury, of the Psycho!o-
ry department, will speak bel r , the
'nior Dental Society this evening at
S o'clock at the Dental coliege. Tie
subject of his address will be "Pain."
Craftsmen Dance Saturday
The annual dance of the Craftman's
Club will be held in the Masonic Tem-
ple next Saturday evening. Tickets
may be procured by the faculty and
student Masons by calling H. S. Hul-,

Senior is First Michigan Girl to Get University of Chicago Fellow-
ship in Psychology Research Work.

Arbor and Bird Day and urged its gen--
eral observance throughout the state.
Appropriate exercises will be held by
the grammar schools of the city, but
the university will probably take no
observance of the day.
The election of officers for the Wom-
en's Athletic association for next year
will be held to-day from 9 a. in. to 5
p. m. in Barbour gymnasium. Due
to the popularity of the tennis courts,
it will also be held from 2 to 5 p. m. at
Palmer field.
The list of nominees as run in the
Daily last Saturday will also be posted
in the gymnasium. Mary Lewis '15,
who was nominated for Sophomore
representative has withdrawn.
Architects Will Hold Dance
The first annual party of the Archi-
tectural society will be given at the
Packard Academy on Friday evening.
A clever design by "Bill" Fanning is
the feature of the program cover. A
five piece orchestra will furnish music
for the . dancing xvhich will continue
till 3 a. m. Prof. and Mrs. Lorch,
Prof. and Mrs. Ash, and Mr. and Mrs.
McConkey will act as chaperons.


That woman suffrage is no poppy-
cock and that the development of ex-I
perts in special lines is now the aim
and ambition of the fair ones, has root
and foundation in the fact that, for
the first time in the history of the
department of Psychology at Michigan,
a woman has been awarded a fellow-
ship by the University of Chicago.
Nellie L. Perkins, '12, of Benton Harbor!
is the fortunate recipient of the fellow-
ship and will leave for Chicago next
fall to continue her work.

"Mental Deficiences of Children" is
the special line of endeavor along
which Miss Perkins has been working,
and research work, in this particular
will fill her time in the Windy City
college. Her aim, after her degree has
been obtained, is to become an expert
psychologist, specializing in the above
Dr. W. B. Pillsbury said last night
that the awarding of such a fellowship
to one just graduating is most uncom-

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