ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY; MAY 30, 1912.
HON, CHAS. SIMONS
TALKS HERE TODAY
Under Auspices of Delta Sigma Rho,
Former Orator Will Speak on
Reports From Eastern Intercollegiate
Will be Received During
As a result of the last meeti
the Board of Regents, a new c
will be offered in the departme
architecture. Unlike any of the
courses, the new addition will be
year subject and will be open or
NEW ARCHITECTURE COURSE
IS OFFERED HERE NEXT Y
Day. This au--
to Dean Cooley
the general com-
itations held re-
a which campus
resented will be
LECTURE WILL START AT 3:30o PARTICIPANTS REPORT AT 1:00,
ZLEIN LEAVES ALSO
's Trainer Severs All Connec.
H With Athletics at End.
an's track team, cheered by a
evening over the Ann Arbor
handful of track supporters,
Toledo, from whence the par-
take a special Pennsylvania
'or Philadelphia, the scene of
tal Intercollegiate track meet
id Saturday. Dr. Kraenzlein's
>n with Varsity athletics end-
he boarded the train, as Mich-
-Hon. Charles C. Simons, '98-'00 L, of
Detroit, will deliver the Memorial day
address under the auspices of Delta
Sigma Rho, the honorary debating fra--
ternity, thisafternoon in room C of
the law building at 3:30 'clock. Ex-
Senator Simons, himself a Varsity de-
bater and winner of the Northern Ora-
torical League Contest, is the speaker
chosen to start the custom, inaugu-
rated by this fraternity, of having a
speaker of national importance to de-
liver the Memorial day address here
each year. Mr. Simons will deliver a
patriotic address, "False Prophets,"
which will be open to the entire stu-
In addition to his work along orator-
ical lines, Mr. Simons was also a Com-
edy Club star. After the speech, Del-
ta Sigma Rho will entertain him at a
dinner at the Michigan Union, at which
time he will be taken into the organi-
zation as a full member.
NOMINATE MEN FOR CONTROL
OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS0'
Elections Will be Held in University
Hall on the Afternoon of Tues-
day, Juno 4.
Nine men have been placed in nom-
ination for places upon the Board in
Control of Student Publications. The
following are the nominees: Thomas
R. Connell, '13 E; Abner Dow Dilley,
'13 L; Carl B. Eberbach, '12-'14 M;
Clair B. Hughes, '12-'14 L; Norman
Preble, '13 E; Dexter Rheinhart, '13;
Goodloe Rogers, '13 L; Harold P.
Scott, '13; William C. Thompson, '14
,. The nominations were made by the
editors and managers of the principal
student puglications at a meeting held
Three are to be elected to places
upon the Board to serve during the
school ,gear 1912-1913. The election
will be held on the afternoon of Tues-
day, June 4.
ALUMNUS IS APPOINTED
JNSTRUCTOR AT COLUMBIA
Harry F. Gardner who was granted
his degree of B. S. last February has
secured an appointment as Instructor
in Mineralogy at Columbia for next
year. The position was secured
through Professor E. H. Kraus of the
mineralogy department here.
While attending the university,
Gardner was an assistant in mineral-
ogy courses. Since February he has
been assistant chemist for the Knick-
erbocker Chemical Company, of Hud-
son, -N. Y.
ARCHITECTURAL GRAD MADE
VICE-PRESIDENT OF SOCIETY
Walter E. Lentz, '11 E, has been
elected vice-president of the Detroit
Architectural society. While in college
he held an assistantship in architect-
Lentz is the first graduate in archi-
tecture to start an independent prac-
tice having recently formed a partner-
ship with Walter Maul, formerly a spe-
cial student in the architectural de-
the past two years was
by the students who
ive the team a send-off.
which carried the Michi-
Toledo was scheduled to
S, but was some fifteen
By the time it pulled
ere perhaps a hundred
them track athletes, who
the trip to Philadelphia,
Af the team members and
in assembled at the de-
the showing was a small
portant an event, the men
st - to cheer the athletes
enresent Michigan in the,
Fresh-Ann Arbor high school
meet for Saturday afternoon
been completed. The entry lists show
a promising number of freshmen can-
didates while the local high school has
also entered a goodly number of track
athletes. Dr. George A. May will have
general charge of the meet as starter
and referee in the absence of Dr.
Kraenzlein. A feature of the meet will
be the reports from the Eastern In-
tercollegiate which will be re-
ceived at the field in connection
with the track events and the Michi-
gan-Alumni baseball game which is
scheduled for the same afternoon. The
meet will commence at 1:30, and the
participants are asked to report at 1
The entry list and officials follow:
100 yard dash-Roberts, Felton,
Bruce, Hughes, Tuttle, Hough.
220 yard dash-Roberts, Felton,
Bruce, Hughes, Tuttle, Hough.
440 yard run-Tuttle, Ruedeman,
880 yard run-Field, McKinney.
1 mile run-Gray, Abbott, Kirby.
120 . yard high hurdles-Greene,
Bruce, Hughes, Roberts, Jenks, Ferris.
220 yard low hurdles-Greene, Jenks,
Bruce, Hughes, Roberts.
High jump-Greene, Underhill.
Broad jump-Ferris, Greene, Tuttle.
-Ioe vault-Cohn, Seward, Chatfield.
Shot put-Cole, Ruedeman, Bevans.
Hammer throw-Cole, Ruedeman,
Discus-Cole, Ruedeman, Bevans.
Ann Arbor High.
100 yard dash-Speck, Herrick, Galt,
220 yard dash-Williams, Purcel,
Herrick, Speck, Smith.
440 yard dash-Mead, Newkirk,
Church, Herrick, Wickliffe.
880 yard run-Eberwein, Hodge,
1 mile run-Shadford, Eberwein,
220 yard low hurdles-Smith,Church,
Shot put-Galt, Sweet, Edwards.
Broad jump-Wickliffe, Fisher,
Discus throw-Edwards, Galt, Sweet.
Hammer throw-Galt, Edwards,
High jump-Hodge, Herrick, Van Ar-
man, Wickliffe, Jennings, Newkirk.
Pole vault-Fisher, Trewin, Rich-
Starter and referee-Doctor George
Announcer-George C. Patterson.
Clerk of course-Sid Millard.
Assistant clerks-D. Dennison, S.
McCloud, W. A. Diekema.
Track judges-R. P. Blake, C. M.
Smith, P. H. Smith.
Field judges-H. Heath, H. C. Smith,
C. P. Davey, E. Griest, W. Cook, W.
White, I. Van Kammen.
Scorers-W. K. Towers, Cail Mat-
thews, F. E. Shaw.
Timers-C. Barton, E. R. Johnson,
John R. Otte.
THE CURE OF I
Final arrangements for the All-
This course will be similar to
in vogue at the University of P
sylvania and other of the leadin
chitectural schools, the aim bein
provide for experienced architec
draftsmen. It was established
as the result of a great number o
quests by men who would like to
ter such a course.
TROUBLE WILL BE EN
One Patient Suffering Severely, is
ed and Discharged Within
Physicians of the nose and throat in
clinic of the homeopathic hospital in
have discovered the nature of the sore- l
throat disease which has been passing st
rapidly through this city during the vi
past two weeks. Although the exact le
name of the organism is not known, ai
the authorities state that it is a diplo-
coccus of the streptococcus family. Up
to the present time, several hundred
cases have reported to the medical au-
thorities, and although treatment was
given in every case, the etiology of the
disease was unknown. The hoineo'
pathic physicians have been experi-
menting with the new germ for some
time, and they now believe that they
are in a position to control the epidem- e.
The disease resembles tonsilitis, dif- e
fering only from this affliction by the a
presence of the new germ. When the h
first cases of the sore-throat were no- p
.ticed by the homeopathic authorities,
they prepared and preserved a vaccine a
made from cultures taken from the ir
throats of the affected patients. n
During the epidemic many cases in
have reported to the homeopathic hos- w
pital for treatment One patient, who le
had a temperature of 104.6, was ad- w
mitted to that institution Tuesday ev- fi
ening, suffering with a severe case of b
sore-throat. The physician,.in charge e,
injected the vaccine into the patient,
and yesterday morning his tempera- Ii
ture was normal. He was discharged c,
from the hospital during the after- n
noon. The authorities have prepared s
a supply of this vaccine and are now u
prepared to give treatment to all stu- v
dents who are afflicted.
a the country.
be Michigan's rep-
half mile, providing
nts it, had not en-
rom his attack of
t was on hand to
n his team-mates. It
Friday his condition
I sufficiently to war-
in his event. The
the team were in
on, though some of
ed of lameness due
tice in the cold air.
VTON, '15, MADE
Lawrence Clayton, '15, was chosen
president of the Deutscher Verein at
its annual election held yesterday af-
ternoon. The officers are' Gertrude
Helmecke, '14, vice-president; Ger-
trude Bogemeider, '14, secretary, and
John Lauver, '13, treasurer.
Michigan Grads in Suffrage Parade.
According to the "University of
Michigan Gothamite" the official pub-
lication of the New York alumni, Mich-
igan was enthusiafsticaly represented
in the women's division in the suffrage
parade held there recently. Several
Michigan men also participated in the
Instructor in carpentry in Hilo, Hawaii
Manual Training Teacher--Sitka, Alaska
For further particulars inquire at the University Y.M.C.A., the employment secretary.