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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1914. PRI

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PRACTICE

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Michigan Union opera, Whitney thea-
ter, 8:15 o'clock.
Public students' recital, Frieze memo-
rial hall, 4:15 o'clock.
Prof. John R. Allen speaks in New-
berry hall, 7:15 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Michigan Union opera, Whitney thea-
ter, 8:15 o'clock.
Class Relays Staged Today in Gym
Interclass relay activities will be re-
sumed this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock in
Waterman gym, when four teams will
compete. The quartets slated for this
afternoon's performance are as fol-
lows: junior laws vs. fresh lits, junior:
lits vs. fresh laws, and soph engineers
vs. junior engineers.
SOPHOMORE DIES
OLF TUBERCULOSIS
Roscoe S. Brown, '16E, from Scotts-
ville, New York, died at the University

CLOSE GAMES FEATURE

PLAY

ns of Last Year's
lined by New
I Tutor
yesterday chose
y his first and sec-
38 Varsity baseball
ection came earlier
nded, owing to the
Lie weather, which
nent of the plan to
ice.
tions will be shift-
the earliest possi-
1 the preliminary
ne the candidates

FOUR BASKETBALL"
TEAMSARE LEFT
Senior and Junior Lits, Junior Laws,
and Senior Engineers Remain
in Class Finals

Senior lit, senior engineer, junior
lit, and junior law basketball teams
last night won their numerals, and the
right to compete in the second round
of the final series for the campus
championship, which carries with it
the Jarvis trophy. The soph lit, fresh
law, fresh lit, and fresh pharmics, res-
pectively, played the successful teams
in last night's series of games.
At no time during the senior and
soph lit game was the margin between
the teams greater than two points, the
fray ending 18 to 16. The contest was
nip and tuck over the entire route,
and the game was one of the best
played during the entire series.
Summary:
Senior lit (18) Soph lit (16)
Bond ............. R.F.......Watson
ValitonL.........LF........Bently
Zavitz........... C..........Ross
Pearce........... R.G. ....... Roehm
Wulff ...........L.G.. ..Warner
Field goals-Watson 4, Warner 2,,
Bond 2, Zavitz 2, Pearce 2, Valiton,
Wulff, and Ross. Fouls-Zavitz 2,
Warner 2. Score end first half-sen-
ior lits 12, soph lits 11. Referee-Pat-
terson. Scorer-Stewart. Timer-
Fletcher..
The game between the junior and
fresh lits was another extremely close
contest, the third year men winning by
a score of 16 to 14. With the going all
for the juniors in the first half, the
yearlings crept up in the second peri-
od, until they were a point in the lead;
but a foul gave the third year men the
opportunity to tie it up, and Marsh
threw the final and winning basket
from the middle of the floor.

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hospital early yesterday morning of
.s too un- acute tuberculosis, following an ill-
g the ad- ness of ten days. Brown contracted
training a severe cold several weeks ago, which
was at first supposed to be bronchitis,
yesterday but examination later revealed that he.
own to an was suffering from tuberculosis. The
squad is hospital authorities say that Brown
The oth- had been a victim of tuberculosis
t as soon for a long time without his knowledge.
espond to Brown's father, an engineer, who
oach will was in San Francisco, California, at
he pitch- the time, immediately left for Ann Ar-
I on the bor, when he learned of the seriousness
be made of his son's condition. He is expected
ys. to arrive today. Brown's mother has
nfielders, been with her son during most of his

'FUMIGATE' ORDER
OF HEALTH SERVICE
Instruction Given to 45 Yesterday;
Condition of Allington
Improved
CAMPAIGN WILL BE EXTENDED
In response to the request of Dr. H.
H. Cummings, head of the health ser-
vice, the representatives of more than
45 fraternities, sororities and house-
clubs, conferred with the health ser-
vice staff yesterday, and received in-
struction in fumigation. A list tof all
the students who have suffered from
throat trouble recently, *as obtained
by the health service staff.
The condition of H. J. Allington,
'15E, who is seriously ill at the St.
Joseph sanitarium, as the result of the
throat infection, was reported as much
improved, yesterday. Human blood
serum is still being injected into his
body, by Dr. Cummings. A number
of the members of the Psi Upsilon fra-
ternity have volunteered to give up
blood from day to day.
Two or three fraternity houses have
been fumigated thus far. The Alpha
Delta Phi house, where there have
been six cases of throat trouble will
be fumigated today. Others are urged
to follow the example.
The campaign to exterminate throat
infections in Ann Arbor will also be
directed against the landladies. Com-
plaints have been made that rooms are
not fumigated wherein students were
ill.
Movies to Show School Girls Glen
As soon as the weather permits, a
moving picture concern plans to oper-
ate a machine in School Girl's Glen,
where, with university students for ac-
tors, it is planned to produce films
for use among the different colleges.
To Prevent Ball Playing on Streets
Chief of Police J. T. Kenny gave no-
tice yesterday that the city ordinance
which makes ball-playing in the
streets a misdemeanor will be rigidly
enforced. Playing ball on the lots be-
tween' houses will be permitted, but
not on the sidewalks or streets.
Handball Players Stage Three Matches
Three matches of the second round
in the handball tournament were play-
ed yesterday, resulting as follows:
Ferguson beat Brooks, 21-2 and 21-3;
Martin eliminated A.H.Cohen,18-8, and
18-6, and Del Valle with a two point
handicap defeated Hayes a scratch
man, 15-14 and 15-10.
Bowling Leaders to Roll Extra Games
On account of the close race in both
the class and individual bowling leag-
ues, the four leaders in each will roll
two extra games apiece after the sec-
ond round; the team or individual in
first place rolling the one in third, and
the second and fourth place holders
meeting.
SENIOR LIT TREASURER IS
TO COLLECT DUES TOMORROW
Senior lits who desire to have their
names in the list of seniors in the
commencement invitations must pay
their dues in University hall tomor-
row, as the copy for the invitations
must be sent at once,. according to
Karl B. Hoch, '14, chairman of the in-
vitation committee.
The treasurer of the class will be in
o'clock, and from 1:00 to 4:15 o'clock,
to receive dues, and sample in-
vitations will also be on exhibition,

so that members of the class who de-
sire more than five may order them at
this time. The dues for this year are
$3.75 and back dues of 50 cents per
year will also be collected.

RESULT OF DRAWINGS FOR
VARSITY MEET OUT TODAY
Lucky Book Numbers to Be Announced
on Athletic Association W
Bulletin
A list of athletic book numbers,drawn
from the Varsity meet, Saturday even-
ing, will be posted in front of the ath-
letic association office today.'The num-
bers were drawn severaldays ago by a
special committee, appointed by the
board of directors. Students holding
athletic books which correspond in
number to those drawn by the com-
mittee may exchange coupon No. 9
at the athletic office between 9:00 and
12:00 o'clock in the morning and 2:00
to 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon, for an
admission card to the coming meet.
Tickets remaining uncalled for after
3:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon will
be given out to any students asking
for them. The list for the Cornell meet
,will be posted next week.
r
PICK 17 MANDOLIN
PLAYERS FOR TRIP
Seventeen men have been picked
to make the coast trip with the Man-
dolin club in April. Final choice of
the Glee club has not yet been deter-
mined upon, the management preferr-
ing to wait until after the Opera.
The following men compose the
Mandolin club roster: 1st mandolins-
Russell Mills, '14E, John Bruce, '16L,
Bruce Miles, '14, C. B. McClellan, '14E,
C. L. Kendrick, '15; 2nd mandolins--
F. W. DuBois, '14E, George J. Curry,
'15M, Fritz Bade, '15, Tom Miller, '14,
Merle Bennett, '16E; guitars, A. C.
Williams, '14E, Ralph Conger, '14, L.
R. Stark, '16L, W. A. Warrick, '15E,
W. O. Johnson, '15E; violin-Gerald
Strong, '15D; cello-Frank Wheeler,
'15E.

All

Dress Rehearsal at Whitne
Last Night Showed "A
Daughter" to Be Rea
For Boards
GOULD TAKES LEADING
WITH GREAT ADAP

Tickets Sold Ex4
Boxes at Wedne
Saturday Si

When the curtain goes
o'clock tonight at the Whi
a capacity audience will
to witness the initial per
"A ModelnDaughter," the
nual Union opera, which b
most finished production
in Ann Arbor by studeni
"actresses." The final dre
last night went off as smo
average first night show.
Kingsley Gould, '14, wl
the part of Caroline Sedle
daughter, has fitted into
admirable fashion, and bid
peat his success of two yea
he appeared in the leadi
role of "Awakened RamesE
feet his part in the shor1
him has been a Herculean
seems to have accomplishE
All previous records ha
ken in the advance seat I
box seats for the Wednes<
urday night shows were le

TO

THIS

SEVENTH I

he body will be taken to Scottsville
ght where funeral services will be
ST HONOR CODE
AGITATES MEDICS,

before I
R been so:
CHAMPION ORATORgallery
each pe
WILL BE SELECTED -R

Summaries: -
Junior lits (16)
Stuart.,.. .....R.F.
Chapman.........L.F..
Heist....... .. .. C.
Marsh ........... . R.G.
Brown............ L.G.

Fresh lits (14)
... .. Codd
....Bradbeer
.......Shattuck
Cohen, Whit-
marsh
. Richardson

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on
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o-

the first string
tchers-Wyman
-Caswell, Rice,
well, Anderson
rs-Leiserwitz,
rt, and Saler.
indoor men a
terday, chasing
oor on the dash
throwing for
,l other feature

office of Registrar Ar-
erday mailed out schol-
lips to high school prin-
rts of the United States,
ing the marks made by
imen during the first
se records are sent to
is of the country every
e as a guage by which
1 may judge, its work.
niversity authorities a
dging the standard of
high schools on the ac-

Aroused over Dean Victor C. Vaugh-
an's refusal to submit proof of the
charges of cheating on examinations
preferred against them, freshman med-
ics have declared themselves unwill-
ing to let the matter drop without fur-
ther investigation. At a meeting yes-
terday morning in the physiology
building, a committee was appointed
by the class to appear before the fac-
ulty,which seconded Dr. Vaughan's ban
on the honor system at a meeting last
Thursday night, to demand proof of
the charges.
A "man to man" campaign commit-
tee, appointed by the class to question
personally every.member of the class
as to his knowledge of cheating being
carrid on, reported. It declared that
the charges have been grossly exag-
gerated, and that slight, if any, indi-
cations of unfair practices could be
ascertained as a result of their efforts.
As Dr. Vaughan will be out of the city
until tomorrow, no further action will
be taken until then.
'COLLISION WITH RUNNER IN
GYM RACE HURTS FRESHMAN
F. A. Klann, '17, collided with a run-
ner during i relay race in the 3:15
gymnasium class yesterday afternoon,
and was cut about the face and arms.
He was taken to the Homeopthic hos-
pital, where several stiches were tak-
en in his head, and his wounds dress-
ed.

Field goals-Stuart 3, Marsh 2, Codd
2, Shaddock 2, Chapman, Bradbeer
and Rlichardson. Fouls-Stuart 4,Codd
and Whitmarsh. Score end first half-
junior lits 11, fresh bits 7. Referee-
Rowe. Scorer-Cummings. Timer-
Barthell.
The senior engineers easily defeat-
ed the fresh laws, 25 to 14, in a fea-
tureless game. In a 24 to 6 walk away
the junior laws eliminated the first
year pharmics. There will be no gam-
es tonight.
Soph Lits and Engineers to Banquet
Profs. R. M. Wenley and W. D. Hen-
derson will be speakers at the inter-
departmental dinner scheduled by the
soph lits and the engineers for Thurs-
day, March 26. Music will be furnish-
ed by a quartet made up of members
of the soph lit class, and the engineers
will present a vaudeville feature. The
event will be in the nature of a get-
acquainted party for the benefit of
those who expect to attend the soph
prom.
DRAW IN MAT BOUT TO BE
DECIDED THIS AFTERNOON
Reimann and Campbell will decide
their draw this afternoon at the Wat-
erman gymnasium, in the last of the
semi-final matches of the wrestling
tournament. The finals in the heavy-
weight, lightweight, and middleweight
classes are scheduled for Saturday af-
ternoon.

The annual University Oratorical
contest, which determines the cham-
pion -campus. orator, who represents
Michigan in the Northern Oratorical
League contest, will be held in Uni-
versity Hall at 8:00 o'clock Friday
night.
Those selected in the recent prelim-
inaries will speak in the following or-
der: C. O. Chan, '15, "The Unity of the
World," Y. F. Jabin Hsu, '14, "The
Mission of the Scholar in the United
World," Paul B. B.lanshard, '14, "My-
self," E. B. Skaggs, '16, "Wanted-
Men," Roy R. Fellers, '15, "Slaves of
Industry."
As a testimonial to the first honor
orator in this contest, them Chicago
Alumni medal, one of the m&,t beauti-
ful bronze medals in existence will
be given. Cash prizes of $100 and $50
dollars will be awarded for first and
second places respectively.
The Northern Oratorical League
contest will be held at Madison, Wis-
consin, on May 1, between the univer-
sities of Michigan, Wisconsin, Chicago,
Northwestern, Iowa State, Minneosta
,and Oberlin.
Admission to this contest will be 25
cents, or by Oratorical association
course tickets.
Arthur Cohen Leaves to Practice Law
Arthur G. Cohen, '14L, left yesterday
for his home in Seattle, Wash., where
he will practice law. He was admit-
ted to the Michigan state bar Monday.
His work in the university was com-
pleted last semester, but he was com-
pelled to remain here until this time to
fulfill the residential requirements-of
the department.

Senior lits will give their t
of the year at Granger's,
March 26. The music will 1
ed by Fischer's new saxop
and the dancing will cont
8:00 until 12:00 o'clock. T1
tickets for the affair has b
75 cents. The senior lits are
ning to give a "Cafeteria he
the week following spring
and a dance on the night of
swing-out.
EXTENSION LECTURES Ti
DELIVERED IN FI1
Prof. E. R. Turner return
day from Detroit, where he
a lecture before one of the
tan women's clubs under th
of the university extension
Monday night. Today Prof.
day will go to Olivet to sp
sponse to an invitation recei
extension service officials.
Other addresses arranged
university buerau are: Pro
Hus at Coldwater, Dean V. (
at Morenci, Prof. T. E. Ran
Rock and Professor Reeves
all to be given on Friday,
dress by Professor Reeves
to do with the commissio
government for municipal
will be in the nature of a
speech in the charter ele
now being waged in that ci

Lehr Wins First Block in Tournament'
C. E. Lehr, '14L, won the first block'
of the series for the university billiard
championship 100-93, yesterday after-
noon, from I. S. Ritter, '16, who chal-
lenged him for the title. The remaining
two blocks will be played this evening
and tomorrow.

Newspaper Post Given to
William W. Harris, Ph.B.
been named to the post of
editor of the New York Sun.

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