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JOIN THE ARMY!
Norman Pratt, 17, left for his home
in Buenos Aires, Argentina, yesterday
noon, as the result of a cablegram
which he received from his father in-
Forming him that he would have to en-
ter the army at once, owing to his;
having reached the required age for,
the compulsory military service of that
country. Ile will sail from New York
It could not be learned how long he
would be compelled to serve, but it is1
his intention to return to the univer-
sity to continue his studies as soon as
possible. Pratt is a graduate of De-
troit Central high school, and a mem
her of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
SEMI-FINALS FOR TITLE IN
BASKETBALL COME TONIGHT'
Winners of Two Games Will Battle for
Championship and Right to
The junior lits will meet the junior
laws tonight at 7:00 o'clock, in the first,
game of the semi-finals of the inter-
class basketball series. The second
game is scheduled for 7:35 o'clock, be-
tween the senior engineers and the
The lits are doped to have things
their way in the first game, in view
of the fact that they walloped the jun-
for laws in the preliminaries. The
score of that tilt, 18 to 15, assures a
close game however. The outcome of
the second game is more problematic-
al. The engineers have once succeed-
ed in defeating the lits in a ,12 to 10
contest but this was without the serv-
ices of Baker, the lit star. In the case
of Baker's getting into the game to-
night it looks like a win for the lits.
The finals in the campus champion-
ship .and the possession of the Jarvis
trophy will probably be decided on
Saturday afternoon. The Jarvis tro-
phy cup, now on exhibition in the Swit-
zer Hardware company's window, was
presented by the Jarvis Sporting
Goods Company of Detroit.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
For the last three days of thisweek,
starting tonight, the attraction at the
Majestic theater will be a tabloid ver-
sion of Winchell Smith's "The Only
Son." In condensing this play Cohan
and Harris have been careful to retain
all the essential parts of the story.
The scenery, too, is practically that of
the original production. One set show-
ing a view in Denver calls for admira-
tion now, as well as when it was shown
at the Gaiety theater, New York sever-
al years ago. Mr. Richmond Kent,
who plays the part of the son, has been
compared favorably to Wallace Ed-
dinger, the creator of the role.
1914 LAWS OPPOSE ANNUAL ME-
(Continued from page 1.)
lege, but the suggestion to add to that
fund was defeated.
The strongest argument against the
leaving of a class gift was that a num-
ber of the law graduates are working
their way through the law course and
they felt they were, "robbing Peter to
Thirty members of the class were
present at the meeting and the motion
* * * ****** *
Junior women will present their an-
nual play in honor of the seniors, at
8:00 o'clock Tuesday 'evening, March
31, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The
performance is made complimentary to
all senior women, and a limited num-
ber of freshmen, sophomores and Ann
Arbor women, who are interested, will
be admitted upon payment of an ad-
mission fee of 25 cents. Tickets will
go on sale next week.'
The second performance will be giv-
en at 4:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
April 2, and will be followed by the an-
nual women's banquet in Barbour-
gymnasium. Only those who hold tick-
ets for the banquet will be admitted.
* * *
At a meeting of the executive com-
mittee of the Ann Arbor branch of the
collegiate alumnae last Friday, $300
was voted in scholarships to women
of the university. On the same day
the Lucinda Stone scholarship fund
committee voted $400. Seven women
in all were benefitted.
* * *
Omega Phi initiated the following
women on Tuesday night: Pearl Bow-
man, Grace McDonald, Mary Campbell,
Jane Graham, Phyllis Povah, Helen
Ely, Clara Roe, Ruth Graybill,and Mir-
iam Hubbard. A banquet at the Forest
Lawn tearoom followed the initiation.
* * *
The executive committee of the
State Federation of Women's Clubs,
including its president, Mrs. Eleanor
Chamberlain, has planned to meet in
Ann Arbor on April 1 and 2, in order
to be here for the women's banquet.
* * *
Dr. Elsie Seelye Pratt will give the
last of her informal health talks for
university women at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
* * *
Wyvern meets at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at 216 N. State street.
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SENIOR LITS' LAST CHANCE
TO PAY ASSESSMENT TODAY
All senior lits who wish to have their
names appear on the commencement
invitations, will have to pay their sen-
ior assessment of $3.75 today, in the
main corridor of University hall. This
will be the last opportunity to pay be-
fore the list of class members is sent
to the engravers, so the names of those
who fail to pay today, will be omitted
from the list. Treasurer Leonard-
Rieser will receive the dues from 9:00
to 12:15 o'clock, and from 1:00 to 4:15
o'clock. Those who wish to order ex-
tra invitations may do so at this time.
DEBATING SOCIETIES GIVE
OUT PROGRAMS OF MEETINGS
The programs of tug debating soci-
eties for this week follow: Alpha Nu-
a reading will be given by Louis Eich,
assistant in oratory; Adelphi-debate
will be held on the question, Resolved:
"That international arbitration is im-
for the cup team will be arranged;
Webster-the question, Resolved:
"That the granting of divorces should
be controlled by federal legislation,"
will be debated. Alpha Nu will meet
on Friday inght, and the other three
societies on Saturday night.
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omore women are to sign on Friday,
and there is a possibility of throwing
the lists open to the, sophomore men
to be sure of a margin on the 350 peo-
ple needed to stage the pageant.
Prof. Kenyon is anxious that those
desiring to try out for the production
be prompt in signing, especially the
men, as the names must be handed in
to the eligibility committee next week.
Helen Brandebury, '14,general chair-
man, said that the rumor, that the date
of the pageant had been postponed be-
cause of the interscholastics, is un-
founded and that the date as set will
not be changed.
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