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AY 22, 1912.

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ps Safe Questiouai-es Mailed to All Women
of the University to Obtain
Their Opinions.
MUCH. EARLY REPLIES ARE DESIRED.

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ing the senior lits help-
rounds yesterday in the
of the semi-finals, Otis,
eop twirler, weakened in

a game of thrills

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Anothe tep in the agitation for the
establishment of an infirmary was tak-
en yesterday, when a committee of the
Women's League began the mailing of
a list of questions to the feminine stu-
dents enrolled in the university. The
questions are for the purpose of as-
certaining. whether or not, in the
minds of the women, the establishment
of an infilmary at Michigan is needed
at the present time.
Edna Thuner, '12, is chairman of the
committee, and the other members
'are: Mary Palmer, '13, and Vera Bur-
ridge, '14 The answers to the ques-
tions when received will be compiled
and the statistics filed away for refer-
ence use, The students receiving the
cards arc requested to return them
to the membrs of the committee, mail
them, or leave them at the office of the
league, and, in order to facilitate the
compilation of the replies, they are re-
quested to return their answers as
soon as possible.
ENGINEERS TURN DOWN LITPLAN
Decide Not to Adopt the New System
of Marking.
As a result of the meetig of the engi-
neering faculty yesterday afternoon,
it was decided not to adopt the new
marking system recently put in vogue
by the litetary dpartment. "The rea-
son for not doing so," said Dean Mor-
timer E. Cooley, last night, "is that
we wish to wait and see whether the
system achieves any degree of success
before we 'try it."
GREAT POLITICAL FIGHT TO
TAKE PLACE -IN OUR MIDST
A rousing political convention will
be held in room B of the law building
at 7:30 Friday evening,, The Alpha
Nu, Adelphi, Jeffersonian, and Web-
ster societies will endeavor to show
the public what a real national con-
vention is like. The members of the
societies will act as delegates, and the
platform speakers will be C. E. Mis-
ner and John Payne. John Gutnecht
will act as temporary chairman with
William Blackney as permanet chair-
man. ' heodore Roosevelt, Champ
Clark, Joe Parker, and William Jen-
nings Bryan will be candidates for
nomination.
FACULTY TO ADDRESS HIGH
SCHO-OL GRADUATING CLASSES
Commencement addresses will be
made before high school graduating
classes next month by Professors God-
dard, Davis, and Dr. Gingerich. Prof.
E. C. Goddard will speak before the
graduates of the Detroit Commercial
College, June 7, and will address the
out-going high school class at Luding-
ton, June 13. Dr. S. F. Gingerich will
address the graduates at Fostoria,
June 14, and Professor C. 0. Davis
will go to Attica for the .same purpose.

SENIOR FROLIC TO
BE JOYFUL AFFAIR
Races of Every Order will be Held for
Prizes Donated by City
Merchants.
>00 GRADS-TO-BE WILL ATTEND.

FORTY-THREE CLASSES TO
RETURN FOR CELEBRATION.
Many Thousand Alumni Are Expected
Back; List of Classes Having
Reunions Mailed.
Forty-three classes have so far sig-
nified their intentions of returning for
the Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebra-
tion. From present indications Secre-
tary W. B. Shaw, of the alumni asso-
ciation, expects from three to five
thousand old "grads" back for com-
mencement week.
Circulars giving the names of the
classes which have reunions this year,
their secretaries, and the location of
their class headquarters during com-
mencement week have been prepared
by Secretary Shaw and Chairman Ef-
finger of the executive committee.They
have been inserted in over 24,000 invi-
tations \which are being sent to all of
the alumni.

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Features galore is the plan
committee in charge of the

of the
Senior
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doctors can get the forfeit idea out of
second their heads. The homeops and medics,
a. yen-each with two defeats, are practically
it the eliminated from the race, leaving the
ey an- senior lits, junior laws, and fresh en-
hits off gineers, runners-up in the chase for
inning, the campus championship. The first
in the two mentioned finished first and sec-
e slug- ond, respectively, last season.
inter- The batteries in yesterday's game
ge and were: senior lits, Wallace and Lewis;
It was homeops, Otis and Smith. Umpire, Sa-
g the ier.
troop-
fter all PROOFS OF PROF. TRUEBLOOD'S
d van- NEW ORATORY BOOK ARE OUT.

Frolic to be held
Saturday, June 1.
races, and swimmir
for those near grad
of amphibious inc
races, three-legged
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feature of the day
the various class p
Several public
have donated pri2
events, so that, in
entry lists will be
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The first proofs of "British and
American Eloquence," the latest book
by Prof. T. C. Trueblood and Robert I.
Fulton, professor of oratory at Ohio
Wesleyan University, have been re-
ceived- from Ginn and Co., the pub-
lishers, by'Prof. Trueblood. The book
is designed as a text book for advanced
students in public speaking, and mak-
es a study of the personality, methods
and sources of power of the most not-
ed English and American orators.
Twenty-two of the most famous of
these orators who have lived within
the last hundred and fifty years are
dealt with by the authors. This is the
sixth book to be published by these
two men dealing with the general sub-
ject of oratory and public speaking.
DAVID ELECTED CLASS ORATOR.
Wins Contest to Represent Graduating
Law Class on Class Day.
Tryouts for the senior law class
day orator were held yesterday 'after
noon in the law building, and S. W.
David was selected by the judges to
deliver the oration. Those who tried
out were A. L. Hoover, R. K. West,
Joseph Black, C. E. Misner, V. R. Jose,
A. Z. SyCip, and S. W. David. The
judges were David Friday and S. A.
Moran.

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Grand Rapids Men to Dine at Union.
The Grand Rapids club will hold
its first dinner at the Union at 6
o'clock tomorrow evening. About
thirty men are expected at this social
gathering of the club.
Mr. J. Duffy to Talk to Engineers.
Mr. J. Duffy, vice-president of the
Milwaukee Street Railways, will ad-
dress the fresh engineers today at
their weekly assembly. Mr. Duffy will
also speak before Dean Cooley's "Pub-
lic Utilities" class at 9 o'clock.

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Various anthropometric cl
been placed on display at ti
sium showing the measure:
the best developed men
been examined during rece
A. W. Kohler leads with :
measurements, while W. M.
es second with 14 measurem*
ed 100 per cent. Both John
Garrels occupy prominent p
len has five measurements
perfect and eight marked 99
while John has only one per
urement but has 18 which
mark by only one point.
INJURED STUDENT REGA
CONSCIOUSNESS YE
Harry J. Bill, '14 E, who w
by a timber falling from a
the Hill auditorium a wee
gained consciousness yeste
condition though still seriou
ported as much improved
and there is some hope of his

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