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, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.

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until June.
strike and the de-
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Business Manager
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>ected to put the
arly part of next
shall make a de-
to keep the public
have to undergo
ing a man to Chi-
shipment gets to

'15 Engineers, '1 its and '14 Lits
Defeat '12 Engineers,'13 1its
and '1" Lits.
PJIENOM STRIKES OUT 14 MEN.
Pitching air-tight ball for the fresh
engineers Sisler shut out the seniors
of the same department without a hit
or run yesterday afternoon. The
work of the young phenom was of the
highest order and although there were
two other inter-class games going on
at the sdme time, over 400 students
gathered about the diamond where the
engineer game was in progress, leav-
ing the score keepers, umpire and a
few fans, spectators of the other set-
tos. Sisler struck out 14 men, gave
4 bases on balls, hit one man, and
yielded nothing that resembled a bin.
gle. At the same time Whitman, foi
the seniors was handing up a class of
ball that had the youngsters guess.
ing every minute, and would have shut
them out with good infield work be-
hind him. A-series of weird plays by
the senior short field men, however,
coupled with good base running on the
part of the, freshmen, brought over
two scores in the fifth inning, but here
the counts ceased. Batteries: fresh-
man- Sisler and Wilson; seniors-
Whitman and Chapman; umpire-.
Picard.
In the game between the senior and
junior lits, the seniors succeeded in
pounding Towle out of the box while
Pennell was holding the third yea:
men safe, the near grads winning by
an 8 to 5 score. This gives the sen-
iors the championship of the lit de-
partment and a place in the finals.
Batteries: seniors-Pennell and Lew-
is; juniors-Towle, Currier and Gra-
ham; umpire-Wilson.
The soph lits entertained the first
year men to a terrific batting bee in
the third game of the afternoon, romp-
ing away with the big end of a 16 to 3
score. Batteries: sophs-Johnson and
Millard; fresh-Brown and Carpenter;
umpire-Carpell.

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Faculty Members.
John Gutknecht, '11,'13 L, was unan-
imously elected president of the Illi-
ni club at the annual elections held
yesterday afternoon in Tappan hall.
The other officers chosen were: Karl
Mohr, '13, vice-president; Ralph Sny-
der, '12-'14 L, secretary; and Leonard
Rieser, '14, treasurer. Dean Henry M.
Bates and Prof. H. S. Smalley were
re-elected as faculty members of the
advisory board. Harold Hippler, '12-
'14 L, Harold Schradzki, '14, and C. L.
Hudelson, '12-'14 L, were chosen as
student members of the board.
Announcement was made of the
dance to be held at Packard academy
Tuesday evening, May 14.
DR, PATTEN ACCUSES STATE
SCHOOLS OF UNGODLINESS.,
Rev. Carl S. Patten, who was for
many years pastor in the local Con-
gregational church, said that the state
universities of the country have la-
mentably failed in their efforts to min-
ister to the religious wants of the
108,000 students seeking learning
within their walls, in a speech.at To-
ledo recently.
Dr. Patten at present is assistant to
Dr. Washington Gladden at Columbus,
Ohio.
LITHOGRAPHS OF TEXTILE
FABRICS PUT ON EXHIIIT.

IVELSI RE-ELECTED TO HEAD
COSMOPOLITANC LUB MEMBERS
Foreign Students Vote to Adopt the
Faulty Mentor System and
Enter Parade.
The' Cosmopolitan club elected the
following officers for the ensuing,
year last night: William Welsh, pres-
ident; Tiam 11. Franking, vice-presi-
dent; James D'Evlin, secretary; and
Sarendora Bal, treasurer.
The club voted to accept the invi-
tation to participate in the parade to
be given under the auspices of the
Michigan Union, during the Seventy-
fifth Anniversary Celebration, and
plans were formulated to arrange for
native costumed actors, representing
nearly every nation of the Occident
and the Orient.
The faculty mentor system for for-
eign students which is to be instituted
next fall was discussed and accepted
and a committee was appointed to ar-
range for the annual picnic of the
club whichwill be held on May 19.
"TW1 10 11 DLET REUNITES
. 'STUDE AND JUICY PURSE,
When Alexander Rehag, '12 dent,
lost a pocketbook juicily lined with
green stuff on the campus Thursday,
he really never expected to see his
hard-earned again. But a "two-bit"
adlet in The Michigan Daily turned
the trick. The purse was picked up
by Raymond Barnard, '14, who read
the ad, returned the pocketbook,
and everything ended happily.
Women's League Programs to Stop,
The Friday afternoon entertain-
ments of the Women's League have
been discontinued for this year. This
is later. than usual, spring vacation
being the time at which the parties
were formerly abandoned.

ed that he was not right.
day's light workout, Dr.
saw that it would be impos
Haff compete.
The Michigan men who
tering in today's meet to
workout on Ferry field ye
ternoon. Dr. Kraenzlein di
them through their paces,
ferred to have the men i
today's struggle.
The meet will commence
at 1:30, and the events w
off in plenty of time to allo-
tators to see the ball gar)
the Michigan and Syracuse
FARMIERS DEFE AT SYRA
IN TEN INMNfN
(Courtesy Detroit News
LANSING, May 10.-M. A
ten innings of the classie
that has been seen on th
amond, succeeded in defea
cuse by a 2 to 1 score. B.I
pied the mound position for
erners and Dodge twirled fo
mer aggregation.

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and
need

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m

ed to Lithographs of textile fabrics from
tutes, the portfolios that were recently pur-.
fresh- chased for the library of the architec-
'-dash ture department, have been placed in
the show cases in the west hall of
the general library.
The reproductions were issued by
E D the Berlin Museum of Art. The fab-
rics are considered to be the most
complete of their kind and include tap-
ir es- estries, wall paper and needlework of
pular every country.
nitevl

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Tennis Entrant Lists Close Tonight.
The names of all women who wish
to enter the tennis tournament must
be in the hands of Grace Babcock, the
'manager, by 6 o'clock tonight, Phone
187.

an emphatic v
disgust at bein
ence by the a
And it also s
their beliefs.
were awarded
two men accep
of the teamre

lect a new
's resigna-

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