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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.

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EVENTS FOR TODAY
Prof. Snouck-Hurgronje lectures in
Alumni memorial hall, 4:15 o'clock.
Historical recital by Mrs. G. B. Rhead,
Frieze memorial hall.
Prof. C. L. Meader's lecture on "Rus-
sia," Newberry hall, 7:15 o'clock.
Senior engineer dance, Michigan Un-
ion, 8:00 o'clock.
Tau Beta Pi dinner dance,Michigan Un-
ion, 6:00 o'clock.
Illustrated lecture by Prof. E. R. Tur-
ner on "London," Economics build-
ing, 4:30 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW

CONCERT TO TEEM
WITH NOVEL HITS

ENGINEERS PLAN
21000_MILE TRIP
More Than 20 Men to Make 12-Day
Trip Through East, Visiting
-Nine Cities
GIVEN FOR JUNIOR ENGINEERS

i AND WILL
PLAY HIS ROLE

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ped to Ann

in Detroit,
Arbor

Glee and Mandolin Program Tomorrow
Night Will Introduce "The
Billiken Song"
MUSIC TO START AT 8:00 O'CLOCK
Features and ragtime will be the
order of the evening at the big pop-
ular concert of the Michbgan Glee and
Mandolin club, tomorrow night in Hill
auditorium. The repertoire, accord-
ing to the management, will be en-
tirely different from that which was
presented at the last affair. The clubs
have prepared two complete programs,
either one of which may be used as
occasion warrants on the Pacific Coast
trip next month.
Earl V. Moore, '12, director of the
Mandolin club, has written a medley of
popular hits, which will be used by
that organization. The "Comedy
String Quartet," announced as per-
sistent propagators of the anti-classi-
cal, will be present with novel instru-
mental selections, featuring favorites

'15, who was injured
turday night,was bet-
l those in charge are
ed that he will be
pera role at the first
Wednesday. No one
-t at the rehearsals,
re being completed.
ras experienced yes-
G. Shipley, '16, was
according to faculty
to have played the
a professional danc-
L be taken by L. E.
in spite of the late
to make good in an
dance with Arthur

SORORITY SERENADERS ARE
MIDNIGHTHOUR DISTURBERS
I have tried through inquiry to dis-
civer the identity of the serenaders
who visit the sorority houses in the
neighborhood of Church and Hill
streets at about midnight each night,
in order to speak personally to one of
them. Failing to discover who these
students are I can think of no way
in which to reach them except through
your columns. 1 am sure these stu-
dents will be glad to be told that they
are unnecessarily disturbing the sleep
of a great many people, and of one in-
valid in the neighborhood.
The neighbors do not mind being
awakened by the occasional serenade,
but midnight serenades become a pub-
lic nuisance' when repeated every
night.
A resident of Church street.

WILL SELEC
TRACK MElCNQE

Fresh engineer dance, Michigan Union,
I 8:30 o'clock.
Popular Glee and Mandolin club con-
cert, Hill auditorium, 8:00 o'clock.
Dixie club smoker, Michigan Union,
7:30 o'clock.
Prof. Snouck-Hurgronje lectures in
Alumni Memorial hall, 4:15 o'clock.
Architectural society smoker, Michi-
gan Union, 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Martin Haller speaks to Deutsch-

Trainer
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A 2,000 mile trip was planned last
evening at a meeting of the mechani-
cal engineering students. The annual
spring tour will include visits at Cleve-
land, Akron, Youngstown, Pittsburg,
York or Trenton, Washington, New
York, Schenectady, and Niagara Falls.
The party will leave on April 3, and
return about April 15.
Thus far over 20 men have signified
their intentions of taking the trip. The
tour is especially intended for junior
engineers, and those who are contem-
plating the trip should get into com-
munication with Prof. John R. Allen.
The total cost will be in the neigh-
borhood of $75.00. The party will prob-
ably be in charge of Prof. J. E. Ens-
wiler and Mr. S. J. Hoexter of the
engineering faculty. The route is ap-
proximately the same as that taken by
the electrical engineers on their trip
at the same time, and it is likely that
the two parties will charter a Pullman
and travel part of the way together. 1

Farrell Will Ho]
Afternoon, to Piel
For Syraeuse
Meet

CAPTAIN)ROHLER WILL
ONLY ENTRY IN SI
Michigan's ['lances in High
High Hurdles, Are Handli
by Material
Trials, this afternoon in i
gym, from 3:00 o'clock to 4:(
will be the basis for selecting

er Verein club,
o'clock.

Verein rooms, 8:001

GRIDIRON MEN TO
ASSUME NEW ROLE

every after
ie first pro-
arsed at the
, of the time
1 songs and
the work 'of
rus will re-
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Lineman Will Compete in Tug-of-War
Match, and Backfield Will
Run Relay
FLOYD ROWE TO DIRECT MEET

from recent operas.
"The Midnight Sons' Quartet" has
prepared a number of up-to-the-second
novelties for its part of the program.
Waldo Fellows, '14, and "Bill" Wil-
liams, '14E, will both introduce new
specialties. Harold Schradzki, '15L,
has written'the act which will be used
by Williams, and it is said to possess
unusual smile-inducing qualities.
"The Varsity Quartet" will feature
"Tell Her I Love Her So," by Weath'-
erly-De-Fay, and "Dreaming," by
Shelley. George Becker, '14, will reur
der a tuneful solo, accompanied by
the entire Glee club of 40 persons.
"The Billiken Song" and "Ain't It
Great?" will be introduced.
A-niform price of 25 cents will be
charged for allseats at tom orow'
night's concert. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the Michigan Union, Wahr's
and Sheehan's, or at the box office in
Hill auditorium tomorrow afternoon
or evening. The affair will begin atl
8:00 o'clock, and the doors will be
open at 7:30 o'clock.
SELF RULE BOARD
DEB'ATES CHANGE,

ac-

the principals are
nd will be ready for
of next week. The
ainted especially for
way Theater in De-
robably be received
rst shipment of scor-
esterday, ready for
rts which are sup-
ompany. The cover
rinted in the same
er.
sale to Union mem-
ck Friday afternoon
in Hill auditorium.
for cast, chorus and
ill begin at 10:00

Those to report at Hill auditorium
for orchestra practice as chosen last
night are:
1st violins-R. H. Baker, '16M, N.A,
Lange, '15, Gerald Strong, '15D, C. M.
Toohy, '16; 2nd violins-J. A. Heist.
'15, H. B. Forsythe, '17E, John G.
Bruce, '16L, H. S. Lidell, '17; violas-
Julius Martinek, '14E, Jean P. Cooley,
'17; celli-Lee N. Parker, '17, F. C.
Wheeler, '15E, W. O. Johnson, '17, H.
G. Mueller, '15E; bass-W. C. Breid-
enbach, '171 ;clarinets-S. M. Lew-
enstein, '17H, I. W. Ferrell, '17; flute
-W. C. Medill, '16; cornet-D. 0. Wal-
thai, '16M; trombone-S. R. Frederick-
son, '17E; drum and traps-Kenneth
Boucher, '15; piano-L. J. Scanlon,
'15L.
Following is a list of the Glee club
men who willstake part in the produc-
tion of "A Model Daughter": Bronze-
men-Chase Sikes, '16E, C. T. Bush-
nell, '15, Spencer Scott, '14P, F. H.
Tinsman, '16; sculptors--V. H. Wells,
graduate school, Tom Sawyer, '16, T.
S. Barnett, '16, Ira Cohen, '14, Edward
Ettinger, '15, W. A. Dedrick, E. spec.,
H. C. Shaffmaster, '14, W. B. Kline-
steker, '16D)

Linemen will be pitted against line-
men and backs will meet backs for
suJremacy, when four squads of Wol-
verine football men will battle Sat-
urday night in tug-of-war and relay
race. The forward defense men of
Michigan's gridiron machine will con-
test for the tug-of-war supremacy
among themselves while the backs will
race for honors on the Waterman gym
track. And on next Saturday night
the tables will be turned and the line-
men will race while the backs fight it
out with the rope.
The novel competition, in which 24
husky moleskin athletes will take part,
is on the strenuous program of win-
ter training which Captain Jimmie
Raynsford of the 1914 Michigan foot-
ball team has mapped out for his men
in their preperation for the biggest
year in Ann Arbor's football history.
The contests will be staged under the
direction of Floyd Rowe, director of
intramural activities.
"Brute" Pontius, star tackle on last
fall's eleven, will head two squads,
one of backs and the other of linemen,
while Raynsford will captain the op-
ponents of Brute's charges. The squad
of backs led by Pontius consists of
Galt, Davidson, Jenks-and McNamara,
and they will meet in Saturday's relay
race a team composed of Splawn,
Roehm, McQueen, Hubel and Patter-
son. The men have been chosen for
both their speed and their abilities at
the tug-of-war, for the bunch which
competes in the two events must be
(Continued on page 4.)
Wrestlers Will Stage Semi-Finals
Semi-finals in the annual wrestling
tournament will be held this afternoon
{t 2:00 o'clock in Waterman gymnasi-
um. The winner in each of these bouts
will fight in the finals for the prize
cups offered each division. In the
lightweight -class, Champ will tackle+
Baker who displayed such brilliant
form last Saturday, and Hart will tr
to down Kelley. In the heavyweighf'
tussles Watson will take on Dorrance,
and Handy will meet Campbell. 1

APRIL FOOL'S DAY CHOSEN
FOR PEDAGOGUES GATHERING
The Michigan Schoolmasters club
will hold its annual convention in Ann
Arbor April 1, 2, and 3. The headquar-
ters of the club, and registration bu-
reau will be in registrar Hall's office
in University hall.
Two general meetings of the con-
vention are scheduled for Thursday
and Friday mornings, April 2 and 3, in
University Hall. Between 800 and
1,000 teachers are expected to attend
the convention. L. P. Jocelyn of Ann
Arbor, secretary of the club, has been
furnished with a list of rooms for ac-
commodating the visitors, by the wom-
en's league.
LITERARY FIVES
TO PLAY FINALS

Police Investigate Campus Thlie ery
Numerous complaints, of petty thiev-
ery on the campus have been received
at police headquarters recently. Two
overcoats were stolen from the chem-
istry building early in the week and a
gold watch valued at $50 was reported
missing from a locker in the forge
shop. The police department is in-
vestigating the matter.
UNION CAMPAIGN
GAIN TOTALS 20'

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Participating Lif Mem. 365
Applicants...............614
Total...................979
Members Needed ..........2000
Members to Get.........1021
Gain Today............. 20

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of Canvassers Makes

Returns Small; Start National
Solicitation
THOM URGES IMMEDIATE REPORT

A round-table conference on wom-
en's self-government will be held by
the self-government committee this af-
ternoon in Barbour gymnasium. The
purpose of the meeting is to recom-
mend that the officers of the self-gov-
ernment committee be elected annually
to office as are the positions held on
the women's league. Under present
conditions there is not sufficient pow-
er embodied In the self-government
committee to accomplish desired re-
constructive work. If this recommen-
dation is accepted it will call for an
amendment to the constitution of the
women's league.
Miss Edna Thuner, '12, former pres-
ident of the women's league, will pre-
side at the meeting. Representatives
from each house club have been re-
quested to be present, and all others
interested.
Handballists Play Three Matches
Three matches and one forfeiture
made up the program in the handball
tournament yesterday. Soloman failed
to put in his appearance and Switzer
was awarded the match by default.
Comstock had to play three- sets in
order to defeat Morse. The scores
were 16-6, 15-14, and 16-7. Peddicord
disposed of Maurier in two framnes, '16-
5 and 16-12. Pfeiffer, a scratch man;'
easily eliminated Giddings with a four
point handicap, 19-3 and 19-8.

With but five more games to be play-
ed in the campus basketball series, thu
identity of the eight teams which will
be eligible for the final elimination
series is practically settled.
The two high teams on a percentage
basis in senior, junior, sophomore and
freshman classifications remain in the
competition for the basketball cup,
which is on exhibition in the window
of the Switzer hardware store on State
street. All four teams of the literary
department will go into the finals, re-
gardless of the results of remaining
games.
There was no contest last night,
although the senior medics and lits
were scheduled to meet for the second
time. The physicians again failed to
put in an appearance, and the game
was officially awarded the lits by a 2
to 0 score.
Senior engineers and fresh pharmie3
also qualify for the finals. The sched-
ule for tomorrow night's games starts'
at 7:10 o'clock, soph engineers vs.
fresh medics and the soph medics vs.
junior dents; at 8:00 o'clock the jun-
ior.engineers vs. junior laws.
Prof. F. M. Taylor Talks on Money Bill
Prof. F. M. Taylor, of the economics'
department, will read a paper dealin;
with the new currency bill at a meet-
ing9 the Western Economics Associa-
tion in Chicago Friday. He expects to
return Sunday afternoon.

Owing to dilatory reporting on the
part of the sub-committeemen in the
Union life membership canvass the
grand total is still hoveringaround the
1000 mark. With more complete re-
turns tonight, from the fraternity cam-
paigners and the men working on the
reorganized campus canvass the roll
should be started well on the last lap.
Assistant manager W. B. Thom, '15,
urges that every man get in his reports
at the earliest possible moment so that
work on the nation-wide campaign
may be commenced.
The following are the names of the
latest signers:
Arend V. Dubee, '15L, Edward R.
Borcherdt, '17, C. B. Crawford, '16,
Charles E. Stone, '16, John W. Cory,
Jr., '14L, Robert S. Fead, '15E, C. Hub-
bard Kleinstuck, '14L, Louis K. Fried-
man, '15, George B. Fox, '16, Claren-
don W. Smith, '15E, B. S. Motter, '16,
C. D. Hartsnuff, '16E, L. W. VanVleet,
'1C7, TIc-z-as McNamara, '16L, Boyd
M. Compton, '16, A. W. Rankin, '16, J.
C. Bernard, '16, P. H. deKruif, '12, J.
F. Harnrng, '15E, J. T. Naylon, '15E.
FRESH MEDICS LOSE RIGHT
TO USE OF HONOR SYSTEM
That the official ban on the honor
system among freshman medics will
not be raised this semester was de-
clared by Dean V. C. Vaughan, of the
medical department, yesterday. Alleg-
ed cheating on examinations brought
about the discontinuance of the system'
last week. As those who are alleged
to have cheated did not come forward,
and the class took no action on the
matter, all hope of being able to re-
instate the system were given up by
the faculty yesterday.

Daily

to make the Syracuse trip, Sa
In the pole vault and shot put
trials wil be held, as the entri
have already been decided.
Although the athletic aut
have placed no limit on the nun
men to be carried into the Ea
scarcity of material will ke
number down to about 15 en
Trainer Farrell considers this
ber too small, as last year
squad of the same size the Mic
ters were forced to double up h
events. It will be rememberi
Jansen, the quarter miler, ran
high hurdles at this time.
Kohler is the only man who
taken to com.pete in the weig
there is no other shot putter in
that can touch 40 feet with
pound weight. Cross and Cook
the two pole vaulters to tesi
skill against the Syracuse talet
. Michigan's chances in the high
and the high hurdles are sadly
capped by the lack of material.
strong is back in shape and w
the high sticks Saturday, but I
no other hurdler has come out
worthy to be called his team ma
high jump is weaker this yea
in many past seasons, as there
a jumper in the list of candidati
can clear over 5 feet 6 inches.
The trials to be held this afte
embrace the 300 yard dash, hig
dies, quarter mile, high jump, 3
dash, 'half mile, one mile, an
mile.
THROAT EPIDEMIC AFFECTS
TWELVE MEN AT FRATE]
Health Service Reports 46 Cas
Disease Last Weel ; Troubi
Not Thought Serious
Twelve members of the Psi U
fraternity have been attacked
severe throat disease, within th
few days. One of them, H. J. A
ton, '15, was operated upon at t
Joseph sanitarium Monday m
for mastoids as a result of the
infection, and J. M. Barrett, '1
forced to return to his home last
Wilson Shafer, '15, has recovered
R. B. Canfield, who is attending A
ton says that he is improving r
This epidemic is a form of st
coccus similar to the disease pre
in Ann Arbor twb years ago,
Robert Gillette, '13, fell a victim
Medical authorities say that th
ease is common at this time
year, but is not generally cons
very dangerous.
There were 46 cases of throw
ease which were reported to the
service last week and more are d
ered every day. Dr.H.H.Cumming
of the health service, says thai
are many cases of infection amo
students and advises anyone wb
any throat trouble, to receive n
attention at once.

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