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DAY, JUNE 7, 1912.
NEW TRAINER WILL
COME HANDICAPPED

3 NEW RULES
tution Allows Students
Departments. to Con-
e for Contests,

"Steve" Farrell, Formerly of 0. S. U.,
Who is Unknown Isere, Will La-
bor Under Difficulties.,

ui
T:
tic

GEOLOGY STUDE
VISIT TO
Professor W. H.
logy will take its
rday, a trip to th
Trenton, Mich., for
erving the remarb
he surface of the
Is located there.
hought possible to
ions secured for ti

* I

PROGRAM Is ENLARGED.! PAST RECORD ASSURES SUCCESS

ting * ----
Cott,. * The Oratorical Board, at its last
r to meeting of the year held Wednesday
afternoon, adopted a new constitution
* for the government of the Oratorical
Association, and discussed plans for
the extension of its program during
the coming year. The new constitu-
tion is radically different from the
bld one in that it allows the orator
.representing Michigan in the Northern
Oratorical League to be chosen from
E D t'le three upper classes of all depart-
D mients in the University, instead of
o, ly from the literary and law classes.
TNs change will allow many students
w ho were unable to compete under the
SLING 01 l plan, to try out for the contest,
SIDER bu before the new constitution can
CTING take effect it must be ratified by the
whole association No attempt will be
made td have this done until next year.
EAST The program which has formerly
been offered by the association will
tsed o be enlarged and will probably include
se oabout eight numbers. Among those
numbers which have already been
scheduled are, a reading of Shakes-
hat thepeare's Julius Caesar by Prof. T. C.
Trueblood; the varsity oratorical con-
varsity test; the annual play presented at the
es of Whitney theater by the Oratorical as-
Sa sociation; and the varsity debate with

expen
When "Steve" Farrell, the man who the l(
is to train Wolverine athletes next will 1
year, takes up his work at the Uni- for De
versity of Michigan, he will work un- in the
der a handicap. He will come to Ann
Arior practically unknown to the stu-SE
dent body, and with the student body
unknown to him. "Steve" Farrell is a
"good scout," however, and those who
know him and know of his work at
Ohio State claim that it will not br
long before he will find a warm place
in the hearts of Michigan athletes and
Mj(higan students.
When Farrell left O. S. U. to take
charge of the Montreal Athletic club TREA
for the summer, the athletes at the STU
Ohio institution presented him with
a loving cup. To a man, the athletes CES
like "Steve." To quote one of the Ohio
men who trained under Farrell, "Mich-
igan students will find him one of the CLAS
most lovable and picturesque charac-
ters and at the same time one of the Asses
best coaches that the Wolverine insti-
tution has ever had. He is a man
through and through, pleasant, talka-
tive, and a man who is only too wil- Frar
ling to do everything for.his athletes." dent C

su

SSES SLOW
sments "ust be
or Payment of
Debts will be

nk C. Gibbs,
Council, has

COEDY CLUB TO PRESENT
SHOW DURING CELEBRaTION

addition to t" ese public presenta-
, negotiations have already been
ed into with several of the most
_modern readers, and although
efinite dates have been arranged
them as yet, it is certain that at
one will appear here during the

The Playlet "One Tolo Many" to
Given in Connection With Un-
Ion Vaudeville Show.

be

As a special feature of the vaudeville
performance to be given June 25 under
the auspices of the Michigan Union,
it Crn- d'i, 1 bwll r esnt n. a onP act

the
next

r of ap-
for any,
is power
ody. The
then be-

mne, the varsity cap-.
nittee and from that
s two men to run
ough anybody else,
. The scheme has its.
is the opinion of
d best, be abolished.
-is entirely dfferent
as in vogue in many
t is in short as fol-
I election ten men
om the sophomore
of sport, and these
committe'a. At the
year, one man will
as assistant mana-
make this selection
aut probably it
coach, the cap-
or of athletics,
Then in. his senior
omatica1lAy becomes;

e
ES
y
x,
?
t=
n
t

year. Another number which the pro- I
posed program will include is an ad- 1paylet, "One Too :Many," by D. C. Ry-
dress by either Senator Beveridge or an. The playlet will be a repetition
Ex-Governor Hughes. of the skit as given a month ago in
A committee of twenty men has been Sarah Caswell Angell hall in an in-
appointed to make a canvass for mem-' formal fashion before guests of the
bers for the association next fall, and, club. The cast as then grouped in-
the same men will sell season tick-; cluded Misses Mildred Guilford, and
ets for the course at that time. A Bessie Smurthwaite, Messrs. D. C. Nut-
prospectus wll be published early th ting, W. W. Campbell, H,. B. Schuer-
summer as soon as the final arrange- man, and Clay Wilber. Two changes
sumers sfoas the fnarravngem-will be made in this cast due to. the
uients for the program have been com- fact that all the members are not- go-
d ing to remain through Celebration'
Week. Miss Harriet Carrol will re-
Dean Bates Leaves for Chicago, place Miss Guilford, and David Cohn
Dean Henry M. Bates left yesterday will take the role played by D, C. Nut-
for Chicago with the body of his fath- ting.
er-in-law, Henry Holmes Belfield, who This performance in conjunction
died here a few days ago. Mr. Belfield with skits to be produced by other dra-
was one of the earliest advocates of matic organizations will be held in
manual training, and at the time of the tent on Medic Green. According
his death was director of the Chicago to the calendar, the performance will
Manual Training school. . begin at 3:30 p. m.

annual financial report of that
The figures show a comtfortab
ance on hand, but there are
small debts incidental to the
contests and cap night celebrati
outstanding.
A number of the assessmer
cently levied on the various
have not yet been settled,. flue
inability of the class treasu'
collect the necessary funds. It
pected, however, that these w
turned in soon, leaving the (
treasury in good condition for
year.
The report, dated June 6, foll
Receipts.
Balance from preceding treas-
urer...................
Rent of push ball...........
Class taxes .............

Total

D)isbursements

Printing................... .8.5
Postage .................... .. 4.°
Equipment............... ..1'.'
Drayage and labor ...........15.7
Stationery................. 8.
Spring contests .............. 12.4
Total ...................... 51.
Receipts .............$65.22
Disbursements ........ 51.21
Balance on hand ......14.01 14 C

nar
-^-

e will of 'course require
t to the constitution, and
11 prooably be thorough-
ut before any definite ac-
but this plan has work-
sfully in other colleges
>ion, is favored by the
rrnittee has been ap-
,rne the plan and present

HOW CAN THEY GET ALONG WITHOUT US
How we love our landladies. How sciences of the peccatum of forgetting
many "odes" they indite us. E'en as a lady's due, more especially that of
of yore they are manifesting their af- a land-lady. When we would fain re-
fection. We are lulled to sleep to the lieve our minds of the daily grind, she
minor strain of the vacuum cleaner, reminds us, if not the "powers that
lest perchance we should hear the be," of the deteriorating influence of
wakeful clamor of the feline or hu- playing pitch for sundaes. It is for
man serenade, and awakened at dawn these things, and not in spite of them,
by the merry ditty of the lawn mower. that we love her. May she live long
As we stealthily gather our mandolins, and wax wealthy. Meantime, for the
+nicroscopes, and art galleries into our summer at least, we cry with the poet
.biulging trunks, hers are the "lunch- of old, "Ave atque vale." (Try this on
h Woks" stretched out to ease our con- your piano-player).

About fifty senior laws dined for the the summE
last time as undergraduates t the -
Michigan Union last evening. Prof. Seniors I]
E. R. Sunderland delivered the princi- Three h
pal address on "What Is the Matter and gown
with the Judiciary?" touching on the Memorial
inefficiency and delay of the law. I, the last s
E. Ludwig and Julius Wuerthner also complete i
took part in the short program which interspers
was held before the diners left to join was prese
in the all-senior sing at Memorial hall. audience.

FIFTY SENIOR LAWS DINE
FOR LAST TIME AT UNION.

Combined Glee Clubs assisted by Mandolin Club Quartette I

I

Urniversity Hall
o C e r ri.,June 7, 8 P.M.

of

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Admission

25c k

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