THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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And Jubilee Week
I1 SEVE-NTH1 WINS FOR
TO HAVE ADVISERS
y detail of
Plans for University Officials and For-
eigners to Co-operate Will
COSMOPOL1TANS ARE ACTIVE,
Car. Farmer St.
Foreign students at Michigan are to
have faculty advisers of the plans,
now under way, materialize. The mat-
ter has been talked over recently by
Dean Effinger and President Welch, of
the Cosmopolitan club, and will be
presented to the respective bodies that
each represents, the Senate Council
and the Cosmopolitan club, at their.
Organized cooperation between uni-
versity officials and men from foreign
lands is the broad significance of the
plan. The help that the strangers will
receive from frequent contact with
the professors and instructors will be
invaluable. There are already 58 col-
legcs and universities in this country
where foreign students are given fac-
ulty advisers, and it has for several
years been the aim of the local Cos-
mopolitan club to securq them here..
"We feel,", said President Welch,
last night, "that it will not only
strengthen our organization, but it will'
lend more prestige and influence to
the club in its efforts to attract other
foreign students.- Our aim is to help
make Michigan more cosmopolitan
than it is now, and to bring students
from other countries into close touch
with the Americans.
"Although we have progressed a
great deal, especially in the past year,
we can do much more next year if the
faculty is behind us. Michigan is be-
hind many of the American universi-
ties as to cosmopolitanism. Cornell,
for instance, has a cosmopolitan club
of 240 members, which owns a large
clubhouse where a large number of
the members live."
Illini Club to Elect Officers Today.
Officers for the following year will
be elected at a meeting of the Illini
club called for this afternoon at 4
o'clock in Tappan hall. Plans for the
club dance, which is scheduled for
next Tuesday evening, will be discuss-
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base on the throw in. Mitchell kept
up the average with another bingle and
Bell tallied. Again, in the third, the
Wolverines counted. After two were
down, Munson begged a base, and
Seymour juggled Lavan's grass cutter
long enough to allow both runners to
secure seats at first and second. Rog-
ers poked out a hit and Munson scor-
Syracuse Scores in Fifth and Sixth.
The afternoon's program was slight-
ly interrupted at this stage. Syracuse
:ot peevish and decided to see how a
few figures would look on its side of
the score board. With this determina-
tion in the fifth inning, Schoepflin got
in the way of a spitter and strolled
down to first. He took second on an
infield out, and Mr. Carling gave him
the needed impetus for the. rest of the
route with a single. This seemed so
good to the easterners that they re-
repeated in the sixth only doubling
the dose. Lavans misplayed New-
hart's bounder and he was safe. Ray-
nor hit, Newhart took third, and on
the next ball, Raynor pilfered second.
.With -two on, Schoepflin hit safely and
the score was three all.
The seventh started peaceably for
Michigan when Duncanson grounded
out. Then Bell beat out a bunt, and
Mitchell walked into an inshoot and
was sent to first to ease his pain.
Promptly the pair hooked second and
third on a double steal. Munson hit
feebly and died. Lavans was at the
bat when Bell started stealing down
the last white chalk mark. On he sped,
gathering speed like Ann Arbor's mo-
torcycle police. He had almost reached
the plate when Lavans caught sight of
a ball he liked and landed thereon.
Far out into left Yeld flew the pellet,
far beyond the brave Pinkertons, who
guard the rear fence, far out chased
the left fielder as though he had for-
gotten his purse in Toledo. But it
was all in vain, and before the ball
came Lavans was perspiring on the
bench while a big three went up on'
the score board. At this stage the
weary plow boy, the lowing herd etc.,
were in evidence and Donovan was af-
fected by the yell of the hungry fans,
to the, extent of calling the game and
a cab for the nearest hamburger.
The wearers of. the Orange journey
to Lansing today to play M. A. C., and
are back here Saturday for another
contest. "Wild Bill" will positively
appear again, and the varsity track
meet will furnish the curtain. raiser.
The hieroglyphics on the battle are:
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301 1-2 SOVTI
Syracuse .........0 0 0 0
Michigan .........2 0 1 0
Game called in eighth
account of darkness.
1 2 0 0-3 Assoc
0 0 3 *-6 plann
inning on the co
e a fine line of Rubber
3 or without, that are
Giles 2b.........4 0
Welch rf.... . ...4 0
Newhart If........4 1
Schoepfiin cf ...... 1 1.
Fisher lb. .....3 0
Seymour ss.. 3 0
Carling 3b,..3 0
Dexter p...........3 0
Sumiary: Home run-Lavans; two are
base hits-Welch, Munson; struck out can
-by Dexter 4, by Smith 8; base on bers
balls--off Dexter 7; hit by pitcher- vai
Schoepfiin, Mitchell; stolen bases- Micl
Giles, R aynor, Carling, Bell 2, Mitchell the
2, Lavans, Rogers; sacrifice hit- zati
Schoepfiin; umpire-Donovan, Pe- ber.
roit; time-2 :05.
_____ _____ _ _IN,
- Totals..........29 3 7 23*11 3
*Two out when game was called.
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Duncanson 2b. . 2
Munson rf ......,2
Lavans ss .........3
Rogers c . .,.... 4
Howard B .. ....4
Scully 3b.._. . 4
Smith p ..........2
COSMOPOLITANS MEET TONIGHT.
Will Discuss Plans for New Clubhouse
At a meeting of the Cosmopolitan
club this evening in the Cercie Fran-
cais rooms, plans for a clubhouse will
be discussed. The clubhouse will be
modelled after similar buildings in
the larger universities, especially the
one at Wisconsin. Besides producing
a lodging and boarding place for a
number of the members, clubrooms
will be fitted out for the use of mem-
bers, who are not able to live in the
house. In the past, the local organi
zation has been greatly handicapped
for the want of a suitable meeting
The club, which is affiliated with
Corda Fratres, the international cos-
mopolitan society and the American
S. Main Street
Totals.......... 28 6 6 24 14 2
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