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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914.

PRICE FIN

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UNION'S
EST GAIN
Expected to Bring
Striking Dis.
,000 Mark
Men Everywhere

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Fresh-Soph track meet, Waterman
gym, 7:30 o'clock.
"Tea Dansant" given by junior lits,
Michigan Union, 2:30 o'clock.
"Fast" number of the Gargoyle on sale
at State street stores.
Weekly membership dance, Michigan
Union, 9:00 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
G'. J. Diekema speaks on weekly Sun-
day afternoon entertainment pro-
gram, Michigan Union, 3:00 o'clock.
Dr. A. P. Fitch will speak at Newberry
hall, 4:30 o'clock; Majestic theater,
6: 30 o'clock; Presbyterian church,
7:45 o'clock:"

LUNDGREN MAKES
BIG CUT IN SQUAD
Fifty-Three Tryouts Kept on Squad to
Select Varsity Baseball
Team From
ONE DOZEN MEN FEEL THE AXE
Coach Lundgren lopped off about a
dozen of the least promising candi-
dates from the baseball squad at the
conclusion of yesterday's practice. Fif-
ty-three men are left on the list from
which the Varsity will probably be
selected.
The men cut are asked not to report
again this season, but any men who
have not been out will be given an
opportunity to place their names on
the list. Several candidates have sign-
ed up for more than one position, but
these duplications wer'e eliminated in

Life Mem....a

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eded ..........2000
Get ..........1219
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FRESH TO ATTEND
'FIRST AID' TALKS
First Year Men Will Be Instructed in
Steps to Take in Case
of Accident
DEMONSTRATIONS WILL BE HELD
Beginning next semester all fresh-
men will be obliged to attend a series
of lectures on "first aid," along with
the required gymnasium work. The
regents have arranged for a course o
talks on this subject to be given by
members of the medical department.
The purpose of the course is to fa-
miliarize the first year men with the
simplest measures to be taken in time
of sudden accident, especially in re-
viving fainting or drowning persons.
The course will probably consist of
seven or eight illustrated lectures with
frequent demonstrations to be held in
the gymnasium.
The "Michigan method" of sustenta-
tion of the apparently drowned will
be taught. This method was first con-
ceived by a medical student in the
university some years ago, but no pub-
licity was ever given to this method.
Several years ago Dr. Shafer, an Eng-
lishman, in lecturing to the medical
students, demonstrated this method
and it is now more commonly known
as the "Shafer method."
FIXEL ELECTED PRESIDENT
OF JEWISH CONGREGATION

With a gain of 52 life members yes-
terday, the Union made the biggest
one-day stride since the beginning of
the campaign. This makes a total of
781, and when tonight's returns are
received, the committee expects to be
at least within striking distance of the
1,000 mark. Returns from all of the
classes will be received tonight, and
all committeemen are urged to hand in
their reports at 7:00 o'clock. Most of
the cards to be received are from the
underclassmen, although some of the
senior and junior campaigners have
not yet made their final reports.
Followitig are the names of those
included in last night's report: '17
engineers-C. G. Lopez, H. McFarland,
H. Whittingham, R. J. Day, W. J.
Thomas, Jr., T. A. Harrington, H. H.
Parks, H. A. Taylor, H. P. Strupper,
F. R. Hathaway, B. R. Mantby, R. J.
Hiller, F. W. Winch, E. K. Purchase,
l. J. Musco, H. A. Garrison," A. R.
Menery and C. S. Kirby; '17 fits--W.
R. Bohne, H. J. Sherman, K. C. Mc-
Pherson, S. G. Fontanna, J. H. Hark-
less, Jr., R. C. Hunter, M. D. Murdock,
W. A. Wood, E. Davenport, T. F. Beal,
L. C. Andrews and R. J. Burgard;
'16 engineers-J. G. Ferrand, C.J. Mar-
ble and L. E. Baughart; '15 engineers
-F. E. Loudy, C. E. Wilsberg, R. V.
Sanford, and C. U. Haire; '16 lits-W.
B. Jensen, H. B. Pelham, L. M. Johns,
A. M. Bentley, W. A. P. John, J. P.
Cappey and C. S. Newton.
Following are alumni members and
others not included in the above clas-i
sification: C. W. Spooner, '06E, H. M.j
Bird, '04L, W. W. Welsh, '12, S. Aser-i
ohm, '16P, Prof. Henry C. Anderson,
0. T. Smith, '17L, and J. H. Klingler,
'15.
THAW MAKES HOCJEYISTS QUIT
Engineer-L#,w Men Are Declared to Be
the Campus Leaders
Warm weather has compelled man-
ager Glenny of the hockey league to
cancel all the remaining games sched-
uled to be played. This arrangement
gives the engineer-law team first
place with the fresh engineers second,
and the lits and the science teams
tied for third. Men on the first two
teams will receive their numerals for
the season's work.
Owing to the fact that some of the
teams have played games not arranged
for by either Director Rowe or man-
ager Glenny, those in charge arbitrar-
fly fixed the standings of the teams
as follows: engineer-laws, won 3 and
lost 0; fresh engineers, won 2 and
lost 1; the lits and the science team
each have lost 2 and won 0.
Church and Milard Get Appointments
Nominations of F. M. Church,'14,
and F. G. Milard, '14, to fill the places
left vacapt on The Michigan Daily
staffs by the resignations of Gordon
C. Eldredge, '14, and M. Watkins, '14,
were confirmed by 'the board in control
of student publications at its meeting
yesterday afternoon. Church will now
have the position of sport editor and
Milard will act as second assistant to
the business manager.
A committee was also chosen by the
board to formulate a rule concerning
free pages in the Michiganensian;
whether there shall be free pages, and
if so how many and by whom to be em-
ployed. Free pages, varying in num-
ber, have been customary in the past.

SOCIETY LAUNCHED making up the t.
The list of those who survived the
BY MATH STUDENTS first cut is as fllws: h--Ca
tam Sisler, Baribeau, Quaintance, Dav-
ruidson, Metcalf, Kenyon, Vogel, Wheat,
A goodly number of mathematical Ferguson, Soddy, and Vollmeyer.
Catchers-Baer, Benton, Davidson,
students met last Wednesday and ippler, Lichtner, Smith, Mattson,
launched the new Mathematical club. Stallings, Wyman and Turner.
Profs. L. C. Karpinski and J. L. Mark- First base-Howard, Dwyer, Ross,
ley, of the mathematical department Maltby, Caswell, and Werum.
addressed the gathering and told of Second base-McQueen, Robertson,
the objects of the club. Anderson, Labodie, Rice and Keiser.
Third base-Hughitt, Leininger,

G. J. DIE KEMA SPEAKS SUNDAY
Ex-Congressnian, of Holland, Will Talk
r onl "TRailroad ArbitratioiL'"
Ex-Congressman G. J. Diekema, of
Holland, Mich., will speak on the reg-
ular Union Sunday program to-
morrow at 3:00 o'clock. His subject
will be "Railroad Arbitration." His
work during the past few months in
Chicago as government arbitrator, be-
tween the Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy and its trainmen, has given
him much valuable first hand infor-
mnation on the subject.
Clyde I. Webster, of Detroit, United
States District Attorney for the east-
ern district of Michigan, will deliver
the address a week from tomorrow,
The following week Frank F. Rogers,
of Lansing, a member of the Michigan
state highway commission, will be the
speaker.
Several musical numbers will be ar-
ranged for tomorrow's program.
PLANS'7F PAGEANT
NEAR COMPLETION
Piloted by five committees the
plans for the Joan D'Arc pageant are
rapidly nearing completion. The prob-
lem of costumes which has puzzled the
management for several months has
finally been committed to the hands
of Bert St. John, who after a confer-
ence with Prof. A. H. Kenyon seems
assured that all the requirements can
be satisfactorily arranged in Detroit
instead of in New York. Designs for the
banners in the pageant are already in
hand and the work on them will ber
commenced directly.l
As contemplated now the pageant
will be divided into five acts or scenes,.
the old idea of floats and procession
like displays being done away with as
far as possible. The first scene will
portray Joan's early life before herc
being called; the second will depict a
court scene; the third shows the siege
of Orleans; the fourth represents the'
coronation of Charles VII; and the
fifth portrays the death of Joan D'Arc.
Fer the peasant dances and the.
court balls Earl Moore is writing con-
temioraneous music, especially for the
songs of the monks and friars. In-
strumental music is also being com-
posed.x
t. P. FITCH TO SPEAK SUNDAY.

FRESHMEN

SOPHS ,TONIGI
IN DUAL CU
Sophomore Team Is Weakened
jury to Armstrong, Depende
on to Win Points in
Hurdles
FRESH HAVE SET UP BETTE
MARKS IN THE FIELD Ei
Result of Meet Tonight May Hin
Races to Be Staged on Gyn
Running Track
Freshman and sophomore wil
test for supremacy tonight in V
man gymnasium. The first even
be called at 7:30 o'clock.
With the final decision on th
of Trainer Farrell that Armstron
second year hurdler will not
shape to compete because of
poisoning, the fresh stock is gi
decided boost. The sophomores
only one man entered in the two
les and unless more are unearth
fill the gap, several points will
the freshmen by default in
events.
The thirty-five yard dash shou
won by Smith of the sophomore
with O'Brien, a freshman second
majority of points in the field e
will probably be captured by the
lings, as no one in the sophomore
can touch the marks made by th
the shot put and high jump las
urday. The hurdles, with Armi
out of the competition, will pro
fall to the freshmen, without th
of a single place.
The longer races on the ru
oval are expected to prove the
ing point for the sophomores, b
win the meet they would prc
have to shut out their opponents
A close race is looked for bet
Fox of the Sophomore class, anc
roll, the freshman runner in the
Although the under-classes ha1
shown a desire to attend the me
large numbers, all the available
will probably be taken when th
mission is thrown open to the ge
student body.
'OPERA POSTER PLATES ARl

In speaking of the new campus or-
ganization last night Professor Kar-
pinski said: "Our object is to estab-
lish a social intercourse between stu-
dents of mathematics .in the literary
department and create a keener inter-
est in the historical and human side
of the study of mathematics."
A committee has been chosen to
formulate a constitution for the soci-
ety and as soon as this is completed
another meeting will be held and offi-
cers will be elected. The society will
be run entirely by the students and
any person enrolled in the literary de-
partment is eligible for membership.
Confidence Men Pose As Students
Two confidence men, posing as stu-
dents, who have been selling.patent
medicines in Ann Arbor for- the past
two weeks, have left the city follow-
ing the filing of a complaint with the
authorities. The men claimed that
the medicines were endorsed by the
members of the medical faculty. The
police department is investigating the
matter.

Powell, Long, Shivel, and Keyser.
Short stop-Baker, Diemer, James,
and Wilmot.
Outfield-Sheahy, Cory, Marshall,
Bridge, Leiserwitz, Graham, Brucker,
Saier, Roehm, and Stuart. Seven infield
candidates also signed up as garden-
ers.
Hughitt, the veteran third baseman,
signed up as a catcher. Robertson
and Anderson, in addition to having
designs on second base, are also re-
corded as third sackers and short
stops.
Deaconess Goodwin to Hold Reception
Deaconess Goodwin, of New York, a
religious workers among college
women, will hold an informal recep-
tion at Harris hall tomorrow after-
noon at 3:00 o'clock. She will also
have charge of a special Lenten service
for university women in Harris hall
at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Episcopal women in the university will
meet Deaconess Goodwin at a supper
given by Mrs. Henry W. Douglas this
evening.

Rowland W. Fixel, '12-'14L, was last
night elected president of the newly
organized Jewish Students' Congrega-
tion of the University of Michigan. At
an organization meeting held in New-
berry hall last night, a constitution for
the body was adopted, and plans were
made to hold weekly religious services
in Ann Arbor. As far as possible .some
visiting rabbi will be asked to preside.
The first of these meetings will be held
sunday evening, March 8, to which
Dr. Louis J. Cobalt of Buffalo has been
invited.
Other officers were elected as fol-
lows: vice president, Judith Ginsburg;
secretary, Lester Rosenbaum, '14;
treasurer, Sol W. Marx, '16L, and Louis
David, '14L, Harry Rabinowitz,'14-'16L,
S.J. Rosenstein,'16L. Richard Thorsch,
'16, and Milton Marks, '16, trustees.
The organization is distinctly relig-
ious and will engage in no social ac-
tivities whatsoever.;

DEBUTANTS

President of Andover Seminary Will
Appear on "Y" Program
President Albert Parker Fitch, of
Andover Theological Seminary, will
speak at the Majestic theater Sunday
evening under the auspices of the Y.
M. C. A., and afterward at the Union

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church.
Called by many the finest preacher
in America today, President Fitch by
his previous addresses before Michigan
students, has acquired the reputation
of drawing the largest audiences of all
the speakers brought by the Y. M. C.
A. This is his fifth visit to Ann Arbor.
Pres. Fitch's Sundays are given up
to speaking at colleges over the coun-
try. He will go from Ann Arbor Wed-
nesday to the University of Wisconsin.
From Wisconsin he goes to the Uni-
versity of Minnesota, and thence to
Chicago University.
He will hold vesper services.in New-
berry hall for both men and women
Monday and Tuesday afternoons at
5:00 o'clock.
FRESH-SOPH TICKETS GO SLOWLY
General Distribution Will Be Made of
the Tickets Today
When the returns at 5:00 o'clock
-last evening at -the athletic associa-
tion office showed that 'but 75 tickets
for tonight's fresh.-soph meet had been
called for, it became certain that the
general distribution of the passes this
afternoon would be unusually large.
Unless an unexpectedly heavy de-
mand is made this morning, it is ex-
pected that between 200 and 300 tick-
ets will be ready for distribution when
the time limit expires at 3:00 o'clock.
The small demand made thus far
will enable many freshmen and soph-
omores, otherwise barred from the
meet, to see their favorites in action.

Slips For Union Members Wil
Given Out March 9
Plates for the opera posters v
received this morning. The w<
printing will be started at once s
they can be placed on sale -Tt
or Wednesday. They will be p
in three colors.
Slips entitling the holders tc
chase six tickets for any one per
ance, will be given out to Union
bers on Monday, March 9, instP
the time announced yesterday.
seat sale will take place on Mar
and 14, at-the box office in Hill
torium.
The last chorus rehearsal fc
week will be held this noon at
and will likely be the last befo:
final cut is made and the actual
up of the chorus announced. Rel
als for both chorus and cast wi
held practically every afternoon
evening next week.
SENIOR LITS ORDER FIRST
BATCH OF WALKING S'T
Seventy-five senior canes have
ordered by the senior lit comr
and are expected to arrive h
weeks. The bands on the cane
be engraved locally, which will i
the foresters being given separa
partmental recognition, though
canes will be the same as. the
lits. Members of the committe
now receive orders for a second
of the sticks.
Woman to Speak on Mental H:
Miss Elnora E. Thompson, su
tendent of the Illinois society foi
tal. Hygiene of Chicago and pre
of the Illinois State Nurses s
will speak here today on "Ment
giene" under the auspices of the
igan nurses alumnae association

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