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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WED. T,4DAY, MAY 1, 1912.

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kTES OF CONTESTS
FIXED BY COUNCIL

GRADUATE BUTTON
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behind, Plan to Determine Annual Date for
>mplete Spring Contests and
0 mark Cap Night.
rather _
but the TURNS DOWN CONMISCATION DAY
>tal av-
.296. At the first open meeting of the Stu-
includ- dent Council held last night it was de-
are: Bided to hold the spring contests on
Per. May 17 and 18. The rules of the con-
.363 tests will be announced Monday by
.353 General Chairman Picard. Th. re will
.345 be a meeting of all freshman and soph-
.341 omore class presidents to make ar-
.325 rangements for the relays at the Unionj
.301 tonight at 7 o'clock.
.250 A committee with Saier as chairman
.250 was appointed to set a fixed date for
.206 the annual spring contests and Cap
.196 Night so that in future years all ar-
.162 rangements will be made with a def-
.111 inite date in view.
.090 Considerable discussion took place
.000 over a motion by Saier to have a com-
.000 mittee appointed to discuss plans for a
.000 confiscation day. "Confiscation day is
.000 a farce, as it is opposed to the spirit
.000 of the university," said Trix. "It will
be impossible to enforce it, as all of
.296 the classes are scattered" declared
Burge. "It would be more effective to
have the men of the freshmen classes
work among themselves." The motion
lost by a decisive vote.
EROfficial sanction was granted to John
H Payne by the Council to publish an
official souvenir program of the spring
M eetcontests. Siple was designated by
d ePresident Davenport to speak to the
freshman engineers at their assembly
today in regard to wearing of caps
HTER. and of the spring contests.
A report on the financing of the
ay, al- band at other institutions was made
by Pennell and accepted by the Coun-

The secretary was authorized to
write Councilman "Freddy" Gould a
letter of sympathy.
The Council then went into execu-
tive session and all of the public was
thereby barred from the rest of the
proceedings.
The next meeting of the Council will
be held Tuesday night, May 7.

Original P11n of Waiting Until
is Unpopular With Present
Senior Classes.

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ADOPTION PROBABLE THIS YELAR
Considerable discussion has been
aroused among seniors in favor of the
adoption of the uniform Michigan but-
ton .tonce, rather than waiting unti
next year. The original plan of the
Michigan Union was not to issue the
graduate button until June 1913, but
it is likely, as a result of the discus-
sion, that work will be started at once
by the Union officials in selecting the
insignia.
A number of styles have already
been suggested, butthe pne which has
been received with the most favor is
a snm 11 round badge of blue back-
ground with a yellow M in the center.
It l also probable that the gradu-
ate button which will be chosen will
be placed on sale for the alumni dur-
ing the Seventy-fifth Anniversary Cel-
ebration. In this way the button will
be given a wide circulation at once,
and in a few years should become a
well known Insignia for Michigan ten.
The Union will probably plan to give
the button to seniors who take out
the life memberships and will sell it
to non-members for a nominal sum.
Manager Heath and President Blish
both expressed themselves as heartily
in favor of adopting the button at
once, so it is highly probable that the
matter will go through.
DENTS SUCCUMB TO FRESH LAWS
IN SECOND INTERCLASS GAMES
Junior Engineers Vanquish Sopho-
mores by One Run; Ilomeops
The second series of games in the
interclass tournament was played off
yesterday at South Ferry field, it being
the first appearance of any of the
competing teams. The widely herald-
ed fresh laws came up to expectations,
and easily defeated the nine from the
dental department, while the soph en-
gineers were crowded out by the junior
engineers by the narrow margin of
one run. The homeop-pharmic game
was also close, the former team scor-
ing but one more tally than their op-
ponents.
Summaries: '14 L, 11; Dents R. Bat-
teries, '14 L-Corry, McCoy, Gamble
and Lackey and Baer. Dents-Burgey,
Reid, and O'Connor. Umpire-Wilson.
Homeops, 10; pharmics, 9. Batter-
ies-Wyn, Ideson, and Middalski.
Pharmics-Reynolds and Mack. Um-
pire-Carpell.
'13 E, 8; '14 E, 9.
Today's games are as follows: '12
vs. '14; '13 L vs. '14 L; '15 E vs. '15 E.
SENIOR LAWS IUST SECURE
BANQUET TICKETS THURSDAY
Tickets for senior law banquet must
be secured by Thursday noon in order
that the committee may secure accom-
modations. Tickets may be had from
Markel, Towers, Blaess, Farrens, or
Amberg.
The special train conveying the laws
to Toledo, will leave the Ann Arbor
depot at 3 o'clock 'on Friday. A rate
of 75 cents has been secured and tick-
ets good only on the special train can
be bought at the depot before depart-
ing.

Glee Club
My heart at Thy Sweet Voice.
.......... Saint
(From Sampson ond Delila
Vernelle Rohrer
Ebb and Flow ...............
Courtly Days of Old .... Pade
Glee Club.
Spring Song..
Miss Johnson Mrs.
Miss Smurthwaite Miss :
Miss Goucher, Accompanis
The Dance of the Pine Tree Fa

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The University Girls'
give its annual conce
gymnasium tomorrow
o'clock. The concert w
by a dance at which Fi
tra will officiate. This
year dance, and the chi
cents per couple.
The program for the
follows:
Bella Napoli .........
See the Streamlets Swif

SHAFROTHI IS LAST TO PLACE
ON VARSITY TENNIS TEAM.
Thorward, Acting Captain, is Chosen
As Permanent Leader of
1912 Team..

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rho has not been
ce for some time,
fine in the indoor
onned a running
ig out regularly.
igan squad avail-
o is not yet eligi-
anble able to do
higan prospects
;hter aspect.
(TS CLUB
ISCHER PARTY

By winning two straight from Miller
in the final tennis tryouts yesterday
afternoon, William Shafroth eliminat-
ed his opponent and was chosen as
the seventh member of the Varsity
squad. The courts are in excellent
condition and the squad is undergoing
some strenuous practice in anticipa-
tion of Saturday's match.
13. F. Thorward who has been acting
captain was elected permanent captain
of the team at a meeting of the squad
yesterday.
The freshman meeting will .take
place in the trophy room tonight at
7:30 instead of last night as was an-
nounced.
Lecture By Purdue Man Postponed.
"The Modern Battleship," the lec-
ture which Prof. Powell of Purdue was
to deliver last night, has been postpon-
ed until tomorrow night at 8 p. m. The
lecture, which is to be given under the
auspices of the Engineering society,
will be held in room 348 of the new
engineering building.

PIans to make the 1912 Senior Re-
ei ption, whicb will occur on TnPS l ; 1
i Jine 25, an event which will surpass
the Junior Hop were taken under ad-
visement by the inter-department com-
mitteemen at its first meeting yester-
day. In view of the fact that a large
number of undergraduates will remain
for the Seventy-fifth Anniversary Cel-
ebration, arrangements will be made
to accommodate at least 300 couples.
Both Barbour and Waterman gymnasi
urns will be used in much the same
fashion as for the Hop.
The function falls the evening of the
same day on which the Michigan Un-
ion vaudeville show will be held. In-
vitations, will be extended to the del-
egates from other universities who will
i be present for the celebration to view
I the function from a reserved section
in the gallery.
Any surplus which will result front
the proceeds will be donated to the in-
firmary fund now being planned by
the illichigan Union. Inasmuch as a
larger attendance is expected than has
been present in previous years the
committee hopes to realize a consider-
able sum for this purpose.
According to the custom of assign-
ing the chairmanship of the commit-
tee in rotation, William McCormick, of
the senior Tits, was selected to fill that
position this year.
WESTERN 'UUITNi B1 N QUET
VRES. HUTCUF( S VF DE'MR
President Ilutchins is in Denver,
Col., today to attend a banquet of the
alumni of the far \vest. He did not re-
turn with Dean Vaughan from St.
Louis but yielded to the urgent re-
quests of the "westerners" to contin-
ue his jaunt out their weay.

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third annual Fischer party of
tholic Students' Club will be
Text Monday evening, May 13,
'homas hall. This party, which
mal, is the biggest social event
year for the club, and elabor-
ns are being made. Tickets
sell for $1.50 are restricted to
and should be procured early
n, T. C. Caddigan, E. N. Walsh,
.lark, or C. H. Hippler.

GIRLS WILL CELER
BASKETBALL BANS
The girls -basketba
be held this, evening
Barbour gymnasium.
women interested in
attend. The tickets a
merals will be given
for next year elected.

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