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Ofelal Jewpaper at the University
of Miecigan.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.-
Entered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
NANAUINO EDITOIL
Walter L Towers.
BUSINESS MANAGRE
r Albert I. Dil ic
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912.
Night Editor-C. Harold Hipper.
Stage Swing-out Earlier,
In the second semester, filled as it is
with numerous and large events, it is
almost impossible not to have con-
flicts. But when there is a conflict,
especially when two big events hap-
pen to fall upon the same day, both
should be so arranged that there will
be a minimum of conflict. This hap-
pens to be the case Thursday when
swing-out, one of the big events of the.
year, and the baseball game with
Syracuse, a big game on the home
schedule, come on the same afternoon.
According to present plans the
swing-out will start at four 'clock.'
This n,'eans that it will not be over
until five o'clock at the very earliest.
The Athletic association has done all
in its power to avoid conflict, and has
shifted the game back to the latest
possible starting time. Even then
they are taking a chance of losing the
game because of darkness.
It is now up to the committee in
charge of the big senior event to shift
the swing-out forward far enough so
that it will not conflict. It may be
done by starting the event at three
o'clock sharp. Even then there will
be a slight conflict.
If arrangements are not made to
hold the swnig-out earlier, both events,
stand a chance of being spoiled to - a
considerable extent. The swing-out
will be marred because several hun-
dred seniors, who expect to see the
ball game, will not be in line. They
will be absent from the swing-out. in
order to do their duty by the ball team.
On the other hand many others who
want to see the ball game will be un-
able to do so because they believe
they should swing out.
The solution remains. Change the
swing-out to three o'clock. The num-
ber of seniors who have late afternoon
classes on Thursday is not so consid-
erable that the event cannot be stag-
ed an hour earlier.
The Ineligibles.
Those who saw the nine that faced
the Varsity Monday must have felt
the desire to see it in frequent action.
It played real baseball and was good
to look upon. The men who comnpose
it are future Varsity players and
should be encouraged as well as given
the benefit of constant competition.
Why cannot the Michigan Ineligibles
face the Illini nine of somewhat simi-
lar character? The Illini aggregation
has expressed a desire to compete on
Ferry field and the fans would appre-
ciate such a contest during the period
the Varsity is in the east.
Remnants 1-4 off. Also Young La-
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BIG PARADE TO
BE SPECTACULAR
Only Costumed Societies Will March
and They are Planning an
Interesting Time.
REVIEWING STAND SUGGESTED.
By barring all but costumed soci-
eties, the participants in the pageant
parade, that is to be given for the Sev-
enty-fifth Anniversary guests, were re-
duced to the members of eleven cam-
pus organizations by the parade com-
mittee yesterday. The action was tak-
en with the intention of making the
march as nearly representative of the
spectacular side of university life as
possible.
The eleven organizations that will
take part in the parade in fanciful and
original dress are as follows: Michi-
gamua, Druids, Vulcans, Barristers,
Sphinx, Griffins, Triangles, Chinese,
Cosmopolitan, Forestry, -and Rocky
Mountain clubs,
Review Stand Is Suggested.
Suggestion was made at the com-
mittee meeting, of erecting a review-
ing stand in the vicinity of the Memo-
rial building, to be occupied by Pres-
ident Hutchins, the deans of the vari-
ous departments, and distinguished
visitors. According*to the plan,'each
society would stop before the stand
and sing its song or present a part of
the initiation ceremony peculiar to the
particular organization.
Many Types Will be Represented.
Michigamua will appear in the pa-
rade In Indian costume and war paint,
the Cosmopolitan club will represent
a review of nations, each member be-
ing dressed according to native styles
and customs.
NOTED MISSIONARY. WILL SPEAK
Dr. John I. Mott Will Come Here Un
der Auspices of Y. I. C. A.
Dr. John R Mott, secretary of the
World's Student Christian Federation,
and probably the greatest man the Y.
M. C. A. has ever brought to Ann Ar-
bor, will visit this city next Saturday
and Sunday for a few addresses and
other meetings. Dr. Mott ;vas here
about five 6r six years ago but since
that time he has been engaged in
extensive work in this country and in
foreign lands.
Dr. Mott will arrive in Ann Arbor
at 2:30 Saturday afternoon and his
schedule of meetings and talks while
here are as follows:
May 11, 4 p. m.-Reception by Y. W.
C. A. at home of Mrs. A. E. Jennings.
6:30 p. m.-Banquet at Newberry hall.
Address, "Impressions of the Student
World."
May 12, 9 a: m.-Prayer service at
Newberry hall. 12 m-Address to for-
eign students at Newberry hall under
auspices of Cosmopolitan club. 4 p. m.
-Conference with Busrah committee.
8 p. m.-Address in University hall,
"Christian Statesmanship."
SOPH ENGINEEIS DINE, FREE,
FROM FACULTY SUPERVISION
The final dinner of the 1914 engi-
neers at the Union last night was fea-
tured by the absence of faculty mem-
bers.' "Jack" Bronson acted as toast-
master and the following responded to
toasts: "Hank" Boyle, "Bill" Williams,
"Mel" Fisher, "Bill" Maurer and "Les'
Keliher, president of the class.

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