THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PUS ELECT CONTEST LEADERS
rtevant and Boyle Will Guide the
t a meeting of the soph lits yes-
day afternoon, Robert Sturtevant
s chosen captain of the soph heavy-
ight team for the tug-of-war con-
t, to be held Friday, May 17. "How-
Seward had previously been given
captaincy, but track work made it
cessary for him to give up the office
ank" Boyle has been chosen by the
)h engineers as their leader in the
ht weight event.
)fficials in charge of the tug-of-war
ent are planning to prevent interfer-
ce with the contestants on the part
the spectators this year. Accord-
; to present plans, no spectators
11 be permitted on the island at the
ne of the contests. Persons in ca-
es will be required to keep at a dis-
ice of several yards and the number
officials will be decreased in order
it those watching may better view
e perspiring underclass strugglers.
Announcement was made lat ntht
it all entries for the relay races, to
held Saturday morning, May 18,
ust be in the hands of Chairman
in Foley before Saturday evening.
AC OTMODATION COMMITTEE
TO PRINT DATA FOR ALUMNI.
Replies asking for information in
regard to rooming and boarding facil-
ities have come to the Union from
graduates who are laying plans to
attend the Seventy-fifth Anniversary
Celebration. Arrangements are now
being made by the accommodation
committee to have the data, that has
already been gathered and compiled,
printed. A thousand copies will be
published to be sent to alumni upon
request for information.
Godfrey Strelinger, chairman of the
committee, will remain at the club-
house during the celebration week to
give out information in regard to
rooms and boarding houses. The data
will later be used for the student
rooming and employment agency that
is to be established by the Michigan
Union next year.
NOTED SUFFRAGE SPEAKER
CAUSES SENSATION IN DETROIT
Beatrice Forbes-Robertson, the not-
ed English actress and suffrage lectur-
er, who will speak here Friday even-
ing at 8:00 in high school auditorium
on "Women's Suffrage," created con-
siderable excitement in Detroit Mon-
day night. In the course of a lecture,
she declared ,she had heard that De-
troit society women were indifferent
to equal suffrage and attacked their
lethargy, as caused by a misunder-
standing of the subject.
Librettos for May Festial Are Out.
The first batch of the official li-
brettos and programs of the Nine-
teenth Annual May Festival, to be held
in University Hall next week, came off
the press yesterday, and were put on
sale at the various State street stores.
US PLAN-NED FOR GRADS
er of the classes which are
-unions this June are plan-
ect tents on the campus, as
rs. This has been done to
it in years past, but on ac-
e Celebration this year the
establishing such head-
temporarily is expect-
be much more gener-
>wed. Dean J. R. Ef'in-
catalogue of different styles
>f tents, and is ready to fur.
Committee of Regents Meets Here.
Piegents Bulkley of Detroit, Sawyer
or H illsdale, and Clements of Bay City,
comprising the Library and Museum
coimittea were in Ann Arbor yester-
day. They met in committee session
in the president's office, but noticing
could be given out concerning the re
sults of the meeting.
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