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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912.

T TEAM GOES EAST PR~
,an FOR PENN GAMES,

ESENT GERMAN
COMEDY TONIGHT

Are in
Dr. Kra,
Conf

ent Condition But
i is not Over-
f Victory.

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ER THROW

ent a

with
their
hletes,
ed the

n for Toledo last evening,
ch city the party will take a
ania train for Philadelphia,
e of the annual Penn relay
a Saturday. There was not
e squad but who was in first
rsical condition, and if con-
.d optimism count for any-
chigan should "bring home

Capable Production of "Die Journalis.
ten" is Assured by Extended
Rehearsals.
WILL PLAY IN DETROIT MAY 31.
When the curtain of the Whitney
theater rises tonight on "Die Journal-
isten," the tenth annual production of
the Deutscher Verein, as perfect a play
will be offered to the public as three
months of earnest preparation and
faithful, continuous rehearsals can
make possible. The results of the
dress rehearsal Wednesday evening
were so satisfying to Coach Townley
that he decided to give his amateur
artists a well-earned rest last night
and no rehearsal was called.
Thanks to the efforts of Professor
J. A. C. Hildner and the other members
of the German faculty, the pronuncia-
tion, interpretation and mannerisms
of the members of the cast are as Ger-
man as the most critical could desire.
The date for the production of the
comedy in Detroit was announced by
Chairman Leonard Rieser last night
as May 31. The play will be staged
in the Garrick theater and further re-
hearsals will insure a finished per-
formance. A private car will carry
the members of the cast and the ad-
ministrative officers of the play to De-
troit the afternoon of May 31, and they
will return to Ann Arbor the same
night.

DANCE. OF SEAISON
The last dance of the
this season will be in t
spring party which
held in Barbour
Saturday afternoon.
er will provide the mu
number of unique dances
tures. Tickets for the f
be obtained from member
cial committee for 25 cen

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HENRY E. RIGGS
RING, -MEN WV

ser

the cc

Dr. Kraenzlein had nothing to say
egarding the Wolverines' chances of
inning the four-mile relay, but on the
ther hand, he had no "sob story" to
ffer, and when the Michigan trainer
niles and says nothing, it is believed
be a favorable omen. As yet, Dr.
raenzlein has made no decision as to
ie order in which the relay men will
un, and this point, together with the
xact personell of the quartet, will
robably not be determined until after
e men have had a workout at Phil-
delphia.
Much Expected From Kohler.
Kohler, Michigan's giant weight
;ecialist, has been entered in the
ammer throw as well as in the 16-
ound shotput. Dr. Kraenzlein states
iat he believes the hammer throw
ill be Kohler's big event, for though
e sophomore has been experimenting
ith the wire-handled weight only a
omparatively short time,. he has ac-
uired great form in the event, which,
>mbined with his strength, enables
im to toss the hammer in "big
ague" style.
Dr. Kraenzlei-n was not so optimis-
c as to Kohler's showing in the shot-
ut, but as Kohler has been putting
ie iron pill around 45 feet out of
2ors, it is hard to see just how he is
oing to fail to place well.
As to Sargent's chances in the high
imp; Dr. Kraenzlein was also taci-
irn. It is a safe bet, however, that
ae Michigan trainer would not take
he high jumper to the Penn games
nless he thought he would meet men
f his own caliber as a jumper, and
his alone testifies to the fact that Sar-
ent should be able to hold his own in
is event.
AVORS UNION DINING COMMONS

KING IS MICHI
Riggs 111 Head (
King is Mal
Hydraulic
Henry Earl RlA;
Hor member of th
Sherman of Toled:
ed head of the c
partment at the n
of Regents yester(
have the title of P
gineering and wi
gineering. At the
W. King, of Chica
occupy the chair (

SENIOR LITS HOLD
AT HOTEL GRISII
Oratory and Wit of
Will be Heard by
Hundred Loyalt

Speakers
Than

sociE
grad
to m
and
has
ates

e sp,

table

Prof. Reeves Advocates Plan in Talk
at Membership Dinner.
Until the Michigan Union can fur-
nish a meeting place for students three
times a day, it cannot fulfill its pur-
poses to the fullest extent, is the be-
lief of Prof. Jesse Reeves as expressed
at the Michigan Union membership
dinner last night.
"To preserve Michigan's democracy,
her widely scattered departments must
be drawn together," said Professor
Reeves. "Manifestly dormitories are
almost impossible under the present
conditions, but there is ample oppor-
tunity to include eating commons in
the new Michigan Union."
F. M. Loomis, president of the senior
medical class, acted as toastmaster,
and the musical program was furnish-
ed by Edward Kemp and George Beck-
Folk. er.

"Eddie" Kemp, the choice of the
class for toastmaster, .will call upon
"Boxie" Bogle, "Cassie" Cox, "Maurie"
Toulme, "Cece" Johnson, "Bert" Wat-
kins, "Fix" Fixel, and "Allie" Allison,
warning every man that his serious-
ness or humor must be confined to a
five-minute "airing." Prof. J. S. Reev-
es will speak on "The Present Politi-
cal Situation," while Prof. Arthur L.
Cross will talk on "College Humor."
Music will be furnished by the class
double quartet.
Members of the class who have not
yet purchased tickets and who expect
to attend, should call up Mack Ryan
before one o'clock so that proper ar-
rangements can be made.
SOPII LITS START CAMPAIGN
TO CHASE ELUSIVE DOLLAR.
A brief but lively campaign for the
collection of class dues will be under-
taken by the 1914 lits today. The fi-
nance committee has placarded the
campus with signs suggestive of the
amounts due, and officers of the class
will be present in University hall
from eight until six o'clock, for the
purpose of receiving back dues.

Air. King is a Mic
and for three years a
tion in 1895 was engai
neering and surveyin
for one year he A
draftsman in the Un:
veyor General's offic
From 1899 to 1901, he
by the Isthmian Ca
The next two years w
Philippines in gover
ing work, following
went to China where
engineer of the Cant
railroad for one yea
three years Mr. King
the Arnold Company,
draulic engineer.
The Regents chan
Prof. A. E. Greene fi
fessor of Civil Engine
sor of Structural Ent
effect May 1, 1912. A
Mr. Riggs will assum
as head of the civil
partment.

ure yet. DOWN TOWN

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