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No. 107.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH .5, 1914.

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N RECORD
WS' TALLY
ARING 1,000
urns From Life Membership
ss Represent Figures
n Last Lap of
Campaign

EVENTS FOR TODAY

TO RACE CORNELL
IN 2-MILE RELAY
Michigan Will Send Strong Quartette
to Pittsburg Meet, Says
Farrell

SOPH LITS SHOW
FAST TEAM WORK

REGISTRARS" 1915 CONVENTION
MAY BR E TLP I_.ANNARBOR
fillitationa of Dr. A. C. Hall Is Warmly
Recelved at Ricliannd, Va.,
Meeting

"Topsy-Turvy" dance,
8:00 o'clock.
Faculty concert, High
rium, 8:00 o'clock.

Barbour gym,
School audito-

FIVE ORA'
WILL CQ
f OR SE
Victor of Hanilton
Delegated to

Five of Best
Played

Basketball Games Were
at Waterman Gym
Last Night

Men Everywb

r
a"

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Participating Life Mem..... 365
Applicants ............... 542

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* Total................... 907
* Members Needed.........2000
* Members to Get.........1093
* Gain Today .. ..........49
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With less than a hundred to go to
make the thousand mark in the Union
life membership campaign, the canvass
is about ready to start on the last lap.
Large returns were handed in yester-
day by the local alumni committee, and
the men in charge promise still more
to follow. Waldo M. Abbott, '11-'13L,
landed nearly 100 per cent of the men
whom he approached, and the average
record of the business men's canvass
is well above that of the students.
The following are the latest signers
to boost the grand total:
Floyd A. Rowe, '08E, Waldo M. Ab-
bott, '11-'13L, Judge E. D. Kinne, '64,
Arthur Brown, '94L, William H. Mur-
ray, '9L, Carl A. Lehman, '13L, Chas.
M. McClellan, '95, John D. Thomas,
'12L, Christian Norrel Mack, '16, Frank
A. Stivers, '95-'97L, Ernst Anton
Schaeberle, '03E, G. Frank Allmen-
dinger, '78E, Edwin Rawden, 'OIL, Wal-
ter C. Staebler, '13, Charles Loren
Brooks, '12E, Rscoe O.Bonisteel,'12L,
Dr. Wm. Blair, '9M, Frank E. Royce,
'05, H alstead H. Seeley, 49,Theodore A.
Reyer, '81P, A. Croswell Wilson, '02D,
Andrew H. Madsen, '09E, George Ev-
eline Lewis, '08E, Manly Osgood, '11E,
Ray Kingsbury Holland, '08E,
Eugene A. Ward, '17, Oscar A. Eber-
bach, '06, Dr. Charles Lee Washburne,
'08M,. Edgar C. Edsell, Dr. Cyrenus
G. Darling, '81M, Harry P. Ball, '92D,
Oscar Frederick Schaefer, P.G. Fores-
ter, Standish Warham Robinson, '16,a
George F. Burke, '07L, Dewey Forshee,
'08L, Theodore Hawley Tapping, '16L,4
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, Prof. U. H.
Lawn, Prof. E. R. Sunderland, Dr. M.
L. Ward, Dr. R. W. Bunting, H. E.
Storms, '17, R. G. Betts, '17, Karl
Renz, '16, A. J. Bancroft, '16L, L. M.
Clift, '14, F. T. Russell, '15, D. B.
Wurzburg, '15, J. F. Tallman, '16L.
FEW RELAY TEAMS APPEAR
FOR TRIALS BEFORE ROWEt
Relay managers have been slow inf
reporting to Director Rowe, to arrange1
for tryouts. As the first races will be
run Saturday evening during the in-
terclass meet, the managers are urged1
to see Rowe today at the latest. 1
A few of the class managers have1
reported, and several tryouts will be3
staged this afternoon. Trainer Farrellc
will hold the watch, and announce the1
times to the managers who will select1
the quartets.s
LARGE ATTENDANCE PROMISED 1
. FOR WOMEN'S UNIQUE DANCE
An attendance of over 125 couples
is expected at the "Topsy-Turvy" dancet
to be given by the women's league atr
8:00 o'clock this evening in Barbour1
gymnasium. The dance is unique
among the other entertainments of theE
year given by the league, in that it is
the only one to which th women in-
vite men; tickets being sold to womenE
only.z
There will be several feature dancest
with unusual lighting and decorativet
effects, and a number of favor dances.
The dance has been arranged under
the general chairmanship of Alice Bur-C
ridge, '14. Tickets will be on sale allf
day at 50 cents, by members of thet
ticket committee,' of which Dorothy)
Bartholf is chairman. They will alsoi
be sold at the door this evening. 1

Travelogue by Laurence D. Kitchell,
W.physics lecture room,8:00 o'clock.
Dr. Elsie Pratt's informal health lec-
ture, Sarah Caswell Angell hall, 4:30
o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Barristers, Vulcans and Druids form-
al dance, Michigan Union, 9:00
o'clock.
Soph pharmic dance, Packard acade-
my, 9:00 o'clock.
Weekly Lounger, Michigan Union,7:30
o'clock,,
Junior "Jamboree," Armory, 9 :00
O'clock.
COACH GIVES OUT
LIST OF ENTRIES
Track coach Farrell yesterday an-
nounced the names of the men which
he had entered in the meet on Saturday
night in Detroit against the Y. M. C.
A. While the list given out is official
it is not expected that all of the men
named will be taken on the trip, it
being the intention of Farrell, as an-
nounced earlier in the week, to take
only about thirteen men on the trip.
Tryouts in the sprints and the mid-
dle distance runs were held under the
direction of the coach yesterday, but he
has not yet given out the results.
The following are the men who will
be taken:
: High jump-I: D. Butler, L. E. Wat-
erbury, W. C. Davis.
Shot put-C. F. Cross, J. W. Ed-
wards, S. J. Leach.
25 yard dash-H. E. O'Brien, J.,
Ziegler, S. G. Fontanna, J. H. Herrick,
W. E. Burby, Reno Root, N. T. Thurs-
ton, R. H. Leslie.{
Hurdles-C. B. Corbin, N. T. Thurs-
ton, Cecil Skinner.w
440 run-K. M. Stevens, M. 0. Rob-1
inson, M. F. Dunne, H. A. Donnelly.I
Pole vault-L. D. Bailey, G. L. Kess-1
ler, Cecil Skinner.e
Mile run-H. L. Carroll, J. L. Grau-3
man.
880 yard run-C. S. Kirby, J. J. Ku-
cera, H. M. Gregory, R. F. Kohr.
FUTURE MAY SEE BIG MEET
STAGED UPON FERRY FIELD

I AFF EXPECTED TO HEAD TEAM
Michigan will send a two mile relay
team to the Pittsburg relay races, to
run in competition with a team from
Cornell. This was definitely announc-
ed yesterday when Cornell was heard
from to the effect that they would
comply with the terms as subjected to
them.
Trainer Farrell has been working
with the relay .men since the exami-
nation period, and has seven men of
first water caliber to pick the quartet
from. Haff and Jansen are considered
as fixtures on the team, but the re-
maining two Tplaces will be fought for
by the other five.
Brown,the captain of the cross coun-
try squad, and a number of the record
breaking two mile team of last season
has had a fall from form, and is run-
ning at a speed in the half mile, far
below his normal gait. Griest, how-
ever, a former high jumper, has fitted
into his place, and is practically cer-
tain to be the third member of the
squad.
Murphy, Lamey Brown, and Fox
complete the roll of the chief contend-
ers. All these men are able to trav-
erse the half mile distance in close to
two minutes, so that the Wolverine
college is sure of a representation at
Pittsburg that will not perceptibly
lower the standard set last year.
C. G. SCHOEFFEL'S TRIAL IS
POSTPONED UNTIL MARCH 12J
Upon motion of the prosecution, the
assault and battery case of the People
vs. Carl G. Schoeffel, '13-'15L, which
was to have been tried in Justice W.
G. Doty's court this morning, has been
postponed until March 12.J
The charge against Schoeffel wasJ
preferred by Mrs. F. J. Webb, Oakland
avenue, February 24, as the result of
an altercation which occurred when
Schoeffel attempted to secure someJ
trunks which were being detained by
Mrs. Webb. When arraigned, the de-]
fendant pleaded not guilty to the1
charge. Schoeffel has retained Attor-!
ney George W. SaSmple as his counsel.
TRAUB BESTS BLUMBERG IN
INITIAL WRESTLING BOUTS
Three snappy tussles featured thet
second set of matches in the wrestling
tournament held in Waterman gym-1
nasium yesterday afternoon. The
original schedule had to be altered
somewhat, owing to conflicts with3
school work.r
E. Traub,'16, and H.Blumberg, '17A,
furnished the best match, Traub earn-E
ing a victory after five minutes of hard1
work. L. C. Reimann, '15, bested F. L.
Rehor, '17, in the same period: In thef
third match C. V. Handy, '16, won eas-
ily over W. T. Crossman, '16.g
Twelve matches are scheduled for
Saturday afternoon and a large crowd
is expected.1
Fraternities Await Report of Facultyt
If the faculty report on fraternityE
rules for rushing is given out at the1
inter-fraternity meeting tonight at1
7:30 o'clock in room 311 of the new
engineering building, action by theE
fraternities will be taken at once tot
accept the report intact, or to amendf
the rules as submitted previously.t
This is one of three regular meetingsE
and not a special meeting to consideri
rushing matters. Some changes in thet
by laws will probably be made. 7
Staff of "Technic" Will Dine Tonight
The staff of The Technic will dine
tonight at 6:00 o'clock at the Union.
This will be their first meeting since
the recent reorganization of The]

Technic and the Engineering Society.
A discussion of the relation of Thet
Technic to the various organizationsc
will take place. The principal speak-
ers are Prof. E. M. Bragg, Prof. J. R.i
Nelson, Robert Braun, '14E, president1
of the Engineering Society and Will-
iam Thompson, '15E, business managerJ
of The Technic.

WARNER WINS SOPH LIT GAME
In the best of the five basketball
games played at Waterman gymnasi-
um last night the soph lits defeated
the fresh homeops by an 18 to 17 score.
With Bradbeer and Codd starring,
the fresh lits walked over the soph
dents by a 21 to 8 count. The soph
pharmics beat the fresh engineers in
a 12 to 7 battle. When Maulbetsch
entered the game for the pharmics

tation of Dr. Hall to hold the next
convention at Michigan, is niow in the
hands of the executive committee, the
body which has the final decision.
Registrar Kram, of Harvard Univer-
sity, seconded the invitation extended
by the Michigan official, while Regis-
trar Ensign, of Iowa University, sup-
ported it. There was but little oppo-
sition, and it is considered highly
probable that the sessions will be held
here, bringing over half a hundred
college and university officials to this
city.
UNION BOAT-CLUB
TO HOLD ELECTION

the game was so near a close that he
didn't have a chance to show his class.
The fresh medicswere easily beaten
by the soph laws who scored 21 to the
medics 7. According to the dope the
senior laws were beaten by the senior
engineers. The score was 27 to 8.
The soph lit-fresh homeop game
started out with a rush and there was
some lively scoring by both sides.
When the half was over the score was
tied at 12 and 12. Each side started
the second half with added vim, but
the pharmics seemed to have the edge
on the lits, till just before time was
called. The score was brought to a
tie by Warner's timely field goal. A
short rest was granted after which
five minutes of play were allowed to
break the dead-lock. A foul was call-
ed on the lits and Maggio for the hom-
eops scored 1. The ball was. rushed
down from center to Warner who shota
the basket which won the game for
the lits. The score ended 18 to 17
with the lits on the long end.
Play in the series will be discontin-
ued tonight, but will be resumed to-
morrow.
Summary of soph lit-fresh homeopI
game:
Soph lits Fresh homeops
Bently........... R.F.......Maggio
Stinson.......... L.F...... . Strathern
Warner.........C. ........... Closz1
Straub...... ..... R.G..... Mandevillei
Roehm........... L.G. ...... Wolcott
Field goals-Warner, 5; Closz, 4;
Mandeville, 2; Stinson, Straub, Roehm,i
Maggio, and Strathern. Fouls-Mag-
gio, 1; Warner, 2.
RANUBALLISTS WILL START
ANNUAL TOURNAMENT SOON
The handball tournament will start
this week according to manager-elect
S. L. Ferguson, '14E. Entry lists have
been posted in the basement of Water-
man gym and all desiring to enters
the contest are requested to put their,
names on the papers if they have not
already reported to Director Rowe. i
The tournament is to decide the
championship of the university in
both singles and doubles and the win-
ners will be decided by a straight
elimination series: Handicaps will be1
given by the men in charge and a cup4
given to each man on the winning teamI
and also to the winner of the singles.,
Prof. Bailey to Talk Upon Spring TripI
Prof. Benjamin H. Bailey will give a
talk on the "Spring Trip" at a meeting
of the student section of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers to be1
held tonight in room 248 of the engi-
neering building. The meeting will be1
especially for those who anticipate
taking the annual trip for electrical
students, during spring vacation. Pro-'
fessor Bailey will show lantern slidesI
of places of interest which will be vis-
ited. A meeting of those taking the
trip will be held to decide whether1
Boston shall be included in the itin-
erary. The business session will begin
at 7:00 o'clock, while a smoker and:
Professor Bailey's talk will begin at
7:30 o'clock.
Interest Is Aroused Over Contest
Prof. F. N. Scott has received num-
erous inquiries about the advertising1
contest, for which a prominent busi-
ness man of the state has offered $5001
in prizes. The contest will be institu-J
ted for three years. If it has proved.
successful at the end of this time, ai
permanent fund will be established for;
this purpose.

ELSIE C. SEITZ FIR
TO EVER WIN 1
Program Will Comnme
Hall on Saturda
8:00 O'e
In the Hamilton O
which will be held it
Saturday night as orn
ed, Elsie C. Seitz, '1
novel honor of being
to enter the final of
contest in Michigan.
"The I Other Man's Cb
the labor problem, a:
finely written.
Following are the n
testants and their sp
the order of thei app
McKenzie, law, "The
ment in Reform"; Pa
'14, "The Pulpit and I
tion"; Elsie C. Seitz,
Man's Child"; J. Levi
Forget"; H. A. Brady,
Conquest." Blanshard
al Peace contest last
was on the Alpha Nu C
In this meet, Mich
tative to the contest 1
it is one of the oldesi
tests in the west, havin
last year after a laps
years. Most of the un
middle west are repi
David, Michigan deleg

The 1915 convention of the Aneri-
can Association of Collegiate Regis-
trars may be held in Ann Arbor, ac-
cording to Registrar Arthur G. Hall,
who returned Monday morning after
attending the Association meetings
last week in Richmond, Va. The invi-

An election of officers for next year
will be held at the annual meeting of
the Union boat club Saturday evening
at 8:00 o'clock. The present officers
were renominated two weks ago at
which time it was announced that 15
active members of., the club
might nominate other men by
petition before February 28. No
petitions have been received by
the committee and the present offi-
cers will be automatically re-elected
as follows: commodore-H. S. Par-
sons, '15E; vice commodore-W. S.
Davidson, '15; secretary-P. H. Mid-
dleditch, '15E; treasurer-H. G. Gault,
'15. Reports of the regatta commit-
tee will be given at this time, and
plans for next year will be discussed,
A membership campaygn has been
started by the club, and all members
of the Union will be approached. It
was decided recently by the committee
that members of the boat club attend-
ing summer school will have the priv-
ileges of the club without extra charge.
Plans are being made for an enter-
tainment to be given some time during
the next summer session.
JUNIOR JAMBOREE WILL BE
HELD AT ARMORY TOMORROW
Diaphanous Dances, Special Music,
* and Unusual Decorations Will
Be Features of Dance
Diaphanous dances with special mu-
sic will feature the Junior Jamboree
at the Armory at 9:00 o'clock tomor-
row night. Tickets, seliling at $2.00,
include refreshments and are on sale
at the Union or fromaembers of the
committee. The number is limited to
150.
The announcement 0dihe date of the
function was delayed as the committee
contemplated having the dance later in
the spring, but as this would break
the tradition of holding the Jamboree
on March 6, the plan was given up at
the last moment.
Flowers and drapings of Maize and
Blue will be used for decorating and
colored lights will be played on the
hall for special dances.
Chaperones from the literary de-
partment include: Prof. George W.
Dowrie and Mrs. Dowrie and Prof.
John R. Brumm and Mrs. Brumm.
The final selection of the chaperoncN
from the engineering department has
not been made.

Daily

Eastern Intercollegiate May
Following Completion of
Stadium

Come

The great Eastern Intercollegiate
track meet will be staged on Ferry
field, and not in the very far distant
future, according to a statement made
by Charles Crowe, Varsity track man-
ager, who has just returned from New
York City where he attended the meet-
ing of the Intercollegiate association
last Saturday at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel. The coming of the eastern ath-
letes to Michigan for their biggest meet
of the year, is contingent on the com-
pletion of the Wolverine stadium, to
be started this year, and the conse-
quent ability of Michigan to handle
the huge crowds of spectators and ath-
letes.
Until that time, Michigan will make
no attempt to bring the big meet to
Ann Arbor, but so friendly is the atti-
tude of the eastern universities to
Michigan that Manager Crowe does not
believe that any serious opposition to
an invitation will arise when it is once
extended. a
The Michigan manager was present
and voted at the meeting which pass-
ed the rule giving points to the win-
ners of the first five places in the big
track meet, which admitted Colby to
the Association and which selected
Cambridge for the staging of the 1914
meet. Crowe supported Pennsylvania
and Syracuse in this latter fight, pre-
ferring them, with their close rela-
tions with the Wolverines, to Har-
vard, just entering on a period of
what is hoped shall be a friendly ath-
letic intercourse.

assistants to
Weaver, '16E, lh
trician.

the cast at 4:.00 o'cloc
and by the chorus at
night. The girls ar
hold a special drill at
The Daily will publi
Monday devoted to th
phase of the preparat
ing the show will be
complete personnel of
rus and cast will be
extra is in charge o
comimttee for the ope
ward Haislip, '14L, is
125 Women Attend N
About 125 women a

lecture in the :
Noted Men to Address Economics Class women, which w
Prof. Walton R. Hamilton, of the M. Bates at 4:00
economics departmenlas secured two ternoon, in room
speakers from other universities to Professor Bates
address his course in economics 2. and function of t
Prof., R. F. Hoxie, of the political comprise seven I
economy department of the University members of the
of Chicago, will speak Tuesday after- voted the greate-
noon, May 12, at the regular lecture a discussion of t
hour upon the subject of "Trade Union ceptions of law,
Progress." On Thursday following, it arises.
he will speak on "Revolutionary Un- The next lecti
ionism." Later in the semester Prof. Professor Know
A. S. Johnson, of the political economy March 11, and w
department of the University of Cor- ject of contract
nell, will talk on some phase of social- arising, formatio
ism or social reform.1 contracts.

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