MAY 4, 1912.
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Loses Out in Northern
IT WESTERN WINS
atch (Special to The Michigan Daily.) fe
rsity EVANSTON, ILL., May 3.-In an ex-
'ber- ceedingly close and spirited contest,
this Michigan took fifth place in the by
of Northern Oratorical League contest oi
ayed held in Evanston, Ill., last evening. p1
ed at two
e ou 'on
en by the
number of booKs on Engsnhnterature,
among them are, "A Book of Eliza-
bethan Lyrics," "History of Elizabeth-
an Drama," "English Chronicle Play,"
and "A Book of Seventeenth Century
Lyrics.." Prof. Schelling has also ed-
ited, "Ben Johnson's Discoveries,"
"Eastward Ho," and "The Alchemist.'
HOMEOPATHS PLAN TRIP TO
BIG MEETING IN PITTSBURG
Nearly all of the members of the
Michigan homeopathic faculty will
journey to Pittsburg the week before
Commencement this yeai for the pur-
pose of attending a meeig of the
American Institute of .Homeopathy.
Dr. W. D. Hinsdale, dean of the hom-
eopathic department, will be the offi-
cial delegate from this university. Ac-
companied by L. S. Henry, who is a
graduate of Cornell university and
secretary to Dean Hinsdale, the-local
contingent of doctors will make its
headquarters at the University Club
of Pittsburg during the sessions of the
r acute appendi-
the intense pain
He was removed
diately and oper-
Spiegel is an or-
o low last night
V sister were tel-
that city as one of the most active of
all the national groups of the
Alliance. As indicated by the
encouraging responses which are
being received a through these agen-
cies, Detroit promises a hearty and
enthusiastic reception to the Michigan
students who are to play before them.
CRAFTSMEN TO HEAR TALK
AND PLAN MASTER DEGREE,
The Craftsmen, the university Ma-
sonic club, will meet in Masonic hall
this evening. Mr. J. K. Woolley, an ac-
tive Detroit Mason, will speak- on
"Tracing Freemasonry," and arrange-
ments and appointments for the con-
ferring of the Master Mason degree
by members of the club will be made.
All Master Masons are invited to at-
Will Lecture on Christian Science.
Mr. Clarence C. Eaton, of Boston,!-
Mass., will lecture on "Christian Sci-
ence" in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
next Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. The lecture
is under the auspices of the Univer-
sity Christian Science Society. The
public is inviter to attend.
Medical Men to Lecture in North.
Doctors V. C. Vaughan and A. S.
Warthin will leave today for the
northern part of the state in the inter-
ests of the University Extension
course. Dr. Vaughan will lecture in
Charlevoix, and Dr. Warthin will
speak in Traverse City.
hess Will Give Enoch Arden Recital.
Robert A. Hess, '13 L, will give a
recital of Enoch Arden in the parlors'
of the Unitarian church this evening
at 8 o'clock. The accompanying mu-
sic, composed by Strauss, will be play-
ed by Mrs. Smith, the church organ-
UNION WILL HOLD FINAL Edi
DANCE AT BARBOUR GYM.
No tickets for the final Michigan cate
Union dance at Barbour gymnasium nex
this evening may be obtained at the beer
door, as the full quota of two hundred higl
tickets has already been sold. Danc- Eng
ing will start at 8:30, and lunch will sch4
be served at the Union after the par- man
ty. C. I
behalf of the university, and througl
his labors, we did not lose a larg
part of the tax for the support of th
school. In fact, so highly were hi
efforts appreciated at the time, tha
when the North Wing was first erect
ed it was called Mason Hall in hono
of the governor;, and I have alway
regretted the fact that it is no longe
known by' the original name."
In concluding Dr. Angell hoped tha
the elm would thrive on Michigan soil
as so many Virginians had, and tha
under the gentle vivifying showers o
May and the genial sun of June i
would grow to be a joy to the futur
students of the university, and a re
membrance of the day on which it wa
The children of the Mack schoc
closed the ceremonies by rendering
Mendelsohn's "In Woods is Peace."
ie S. C. A. Excursion to Jackson
leave the D. U. R. station at 9:48
morning. It was reported last
it that about twenty men will make'
trip to the penitentiary to go
ugh it with Chaplain Ehlougher.
r lunch a short talk wlil be given
he excursionists on all points of
rest in relation to the institution.
round trip rate including lunch-
in Jackson is $1.50. Those who
to may leave on earlier trains,
the entire party must be at the
tentiary office at eleven o'clock.
return car will arrive in the city
our o'clock. The trip is open to
student of the university.
PROF. HILDNER TO INSPECT
HIGH SCHOOLS OF MICHIGAN
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner of the German
faculty will leave for a tour of in-
spection of the high schools through-
out the state next Monday. He will
make Grand Rapids his headquarters
and will visit schools in Cedar Springs,
Nashville, Fremont, Rockford, and
Lowell. He will return next Saturday.
Fresh Lits Pay Class Dues.
The campaign of the fresh lit finance
committee for the collection of class
dues yesterday was a decided suc-
cess, nearly eighty dollars being tak-
PROF. GLOVER RETURNS HOME
AFTER HOSPITAL TREATMENT
Prof. James W. Glover, of the math-
ematics department, has just return-
ed home after having been confined
for the past two weeks at Dr. Slo-
cum's private hospital, with a compli-
cation of trachoma and corneal ulcer
in the right eye. Prof. Glover hopes
to resume his university duties the
first of next week.
'12 Engineers HoldSuccessful Dance.
Amid a profusion of lights and yel-
low and blue draperies the senior en-
gineers held their farewell dance at
Granger's last evening. Many novelties
featu'red the most successful dance ev-
er held bythe class.
pal of the
ics in the K
dance for I
who has p