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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1914.

PRICE FIVE

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UNION
CHOSEN
R BIG CUT

EVENTS FOR TODAY
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.
Informal reception by Deaconess Good-
win, Harris hall, 3:00 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW

MANY CHANCES
GIVEN TO HEAR
NOTED VISITORS
Pre delt bert P. Fitch of Andover
TIheological Semiary lWill Talk
;t For Ilifferent Places
Today
EXONGRESSMAN G... DIEKE31A
WILL AIDIRESS UION MEMAJERS

Production Are
t~ 'three

SOPH ATHLETES
ARE HUMBLED
BY 191l TEAM
First Tear Men Winl Dual Meet in
the Measure of 5 to 81 Points;
Freshmen Registers Slams
in Two Events
SECOND YEAR MEN GIVE FRESH
SHUT-OUT IN HALF MILE RACE
Waterbury, Cross, Corbin, Carroll,
Smith, Cross and UTfer
Star in Meet
Sophomore bowed to freshman last

NS IN
iRTICIPATE

ldo Fellows, Paderewski recital, Hill auditorium,
I Bruce 8:00 o'clock.
List___ _

HOLD FULL CAST REHEARSALS

Kenneth N. Westerman, '14, to Sing
)-Majestic Meeting at
6:30 O'clock

at

ade yesterday
)aughter," the
i will be pre-
and 21, at the
fnal choice of
iree of the 14
as the result
f tryouts aid

Kansas Delegates 'Meet This Morning
Delegates from the Kansas City con-
vention will meet in Newberry hall at
9:29 o'clock today. That foreign mis-
sions offer a greater opportunity for
Christian workers than this country
is the proposition to be debated. The
Busrah situation will be discussed al-
so.

Michigan students will be given

many opportunities to hear President night in Waterman gymnasium, when
Albert P. Fitch, of the Andover Theo- the first year men handily won the

J-Lits To Campaign for Class Dues
Junior lits will conduct a campaign
for class dues next Tuesday, in an en-
deavor to make up the deficit that now
exists of approximately $40.00. All
members of the class who have not
paid dues in full for the three years,
are urged to keep this in mind and
plan to help solve the financial prob-
lem that now faces the treasurer.

logical Seminary. Union members
will hear Ex-Congressman G. J. Diek-
ema, of Holland at regular Sunday
gathering.
-Majestic Meeting .
President Fitch is scheduled to ad-
dress the Y. W. C. A. meeting in New-
berry hall at 4:30 o'clock, and the
Majestic services for men at 6:30
o'clock. In addition Dr. Fitch is to
appear on the Union Guild series in
the Presbyterian church at 7:45, fol-
lowing which he will meet students
intending to enter the ministry, at a
tea served in the basement of that
building. lHe will also address the
Chinese Students' club in McMillan
hall at noon.
As head of the Andover Divinity
school, and an annual speaker at all
the learge eastern institutions, Dr.
Fitch knows the college man and mak-
es a strong appeal to him. On this trip,
he plans to visit Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, and Chicago universities,
for three days each. Kenneth N. Wes-
terman, '14, will sing at the Y. M. C.
(Continued on page 6.)

Fresh-Soph meet in the measuiru of
55 to 31 points. the freshmen regis-
tered slams in two events, the shot
put and low hurdles, and their oppon-
ents gave them a shut-out in the half
mile. Waterbury, Cross, Corbin, and
Carroll shone for the winners, while
Smith, Cross and Uffer perfrmed well
for the sophs.
The freshmen had a larger entry
list than their rivals and made their
numbers tell throughout the meet,
failing to land a first in only three
events. Smith won the dash for the
sophomores leading O'Brien, the fresh-
man hope by half a yard. The time of
4.2 made in this event equals the mark
made by this same runner last year in
the Fresh-Soph meet.
Corbin experienced no trouble worth
mentioning in winning both the low
and high hurdles for the freshmen,
thereby establishing himself as indi-
vidual point winner of the meet. In the
low hurdles the freshmen registered
a shut out.
The sophomores took a brace in the
(Continued on page 6.)

Hard Practice for Oratorical Play Is
Scheduled for Ev ery Day
With but two weeks longer to pre-
pare, full cost rehearsals of "She
Stoops to Conquer," the Oratorical
play which is scheduled for Marn 13
in University Hall, will be held each
evening beginning with Monday night.
In addition to these, individual rehear-
sals will be held in the afternoons.
Measurements for the costumes were
taken yesterday, and the Whitney
Scenery company, of Detroit, will start
to make up the order at once. Lucile
K. Strong, '15, is chairman of the cos-
tume committee.
Although William C. Mullendore, '14,
who has one of the leading roles is
suffering from an attack of tonsilitis,
it is thought that he will recover in
time to take part in the play.
APPLIES FOR PROTECTION
OF ACTRESSES OF MAJESTIC
Manager Lane of the Majestic the-
ater has been forced to apply for po-
lice protection to prevent some of the
student lotharios from decamping with
his artistes.
Mr. Lane applied to the local police
force yesterday for protection against
the throngs of student "Johnnies" that
have been gathering at the stage door
every. night to wait for some of the
wonxC of the theatrical companies.
Chief of police Kenny ordered four
officers to the theater. The students
were tipped that officers were to be
present, and suppressed their desires
for the chorus women.
YUM.C.A WILL
HAVE $15,000
BUILDING SOON
Edifice, Devoted to Student Religious
Work, Will Occupy Lot
on South State

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LIFE MEMBERS
ON UNION RO.
NOW TOTAL S
High :fark Attained After Rea
Only Forty Per Cent of
lMichigan Student
Body
For Michigan Men EveryH
* * * * * * * * *

Count
S. L.
S Bil-

Participating Life Mem. ..
Applicants. .........
Total....... ........
Member Needed.........2
Members to Get........
Gain Today....
* * * * * * * *

HARMONY FEST
ON MARCH 12A
IS ANOUNCE

'ar;
art,

Breaking all previous recordE
big hand on the Union life membe
clock swung into the last division
ceding the 1,000 mark. And this
after about 40 per cent of the stu
body had been covered. When all
mittee reports were in last nig
was discovered that in spite o
carefully laid plans of chairman
Quinn, '14, nearly 60 per cent o
students had been overlooked by
campaigners. Whether this was
to carelessness or not was not si
but it was finally decided that the
vass would be continued until
kind of a report had been obt
from every man.
The following are the names
were handed in up to 11:00 o'
last night: Dr. J. G. Cumming,
E. J. Fischer, '07L, Prof. H. L. Wi
senior lits-E. J. Allmendinger,
Yarnell, J. P. Thomas, C. B. Cl
J-lits-H. W. Pomeroy, L. R. ]
R. H. Tannahill, H. G. Gault,
Gates; J-engineers-W. C. Hal:
McConalogue, '15D, A. M. Hitz,
soph engineers-H. D. Warner,
Bement, W. W. Watson, E. C. W:
R. C. Jeter, Jr., F. B. Smith, Jr., F
K. Grylls; soph lits-L. R. Ball, F
Turner, J. B. Angell, II, T. M. Sa
I. C. Johnson, H. H. Sprick, K
Vance, E. A. Porter, L. G. Reutt
W. Thomas, H. W. Kerr; fresh la
M. H. Galt, J. D. MacNaughton,
Deahl; fresh lits-C. B. Corbin, I
Sessions, R. M.,Canon, M. F. Min
A. Stevenson, L. A. White, Oliver
lips, Blair Taylor, Llewellyn Hut
son, J. W. Mack, J. A. Bertolero,
St. Clair, J. K. Rice, T.
Geech, S. D. Anderson, R. A. M
W. C. Neiman, E. P. Smith; fres
gineers-K. R. Millhoff, L. S.
'17L, H. M. Birmingham, '19L,
Burkholder, '17E.

Musical Clu

Will Feature Stunts on
. Trip at Big

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be-
Uni-

Jan Paderewski, the world's
nous pianist, will close the,
Pre-Festival Choral concerts
appearance in Hill auditorium
v evening. Now in the full
ient of his maturity, the great
rtist is sure to fulfill the high
ons that have ben aroused
visit.
1 play the following program:
and Fugue in A minor .
. . Bach-Liszt
0D. 2,No.2 ....Beethoven

Stunts to be featured on the Pacific
coast trip of the Glee and Mandolin
club will be introduced at a big pop-
ular concert to be held in Hill audito-
rium, Thursday evening, March 12.
Only those men who will accompany
the club on its record-breaking tour
will participate in the affair, and the
program to be offered will be the same
as that arranged for presentation
throughout the West in April.
Practically none of the numbers used
in the opera concert of the musical
clubs, given before a packed house
in Hill auditorium last Tuesday even-
'ing, will be repeated. Prof. William
Howland, director of the- clubs, is pre-
paring an entirely new repertoire, with
the aid of the respective leaders, Bruce
Bromley, '14, of the Glee club, and
Russell Mills, '14E, of the Mandolin
club.
The personnel of the club which will
make the long western trip will be
announced this week. The performers
chosen will rehearse frequently in an
effort to have the varied bill rounded
into form for the popular concert. The
program will be made up largely of
features and college vaudeville, with
the usual emphasis on ragtime harmo-
ny.
All tickets for next week's concert
will be placed on sale at 25 cents. The
admissioncards may be obtainednto-
morrow at the Union, Wahrs, and
Sheehan's.

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naintained in
a will be left
>t to, compete
The entire
to religious
ureau, bible
es and bus-
parts of the
for big meet-

RULES CON
FOR AD'

for the
work
ure on
from
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Nwealthy philanthropi
the country for the ci
building and adequ,
No attempt will be mx
reach the student boa
r. State and "Our University Y.
iron Streets lieve, is now the large
tian association int
n car"ed Paul Blanshai
tudents Bnsa
of the organization.
we have attained th
cess with almost nc
induced us to conce:
inthe futu eupon Tr
rather than upon ab

raduate
r to con-
aong the
oughout
>n of the
wments.
'esent to
alumni.
L., I be-
it Chris-
d," de-
,esident
-act that
of suc-
ent has
x efforts
activities

Rules for the advertising c
for which a prominent busines
of the state has contributed $504
been drawn up by a committee >c
ing of Professors F. N. Scott,
Brumm, and T. E. Rankin, and
follows:
1.The competition shall be o
all students in vgood standing
University of Michigan.
2. As a test each competito
submit (a) advertising copy (b)
ings for an advertisementor (c)
of an advertising campaign or
discussion in essay form of som
lem in advertising, or any or
these may be combined. In the
(a) and (b), the copy'or the
ings may be accompanied by a
ment of ,the specific aim of tl
(Continued on page 6.)
PRESBYTERIAN

6. .
Schuert-iszt

Erl King
Ballade in A flat
Nocturne in B major ..
Polonaise, Op. 53
Isolde's Liebestod ..

.Chopin
Wagner-Liszt

Open
6.6:30 P. ii
6:30 P. M.-

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ng People

Hungarian Rhapsody....."...LisztI

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