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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. PIC EFy

EVENTS FOR TODAY
University Oratorical contest, Univer-
sity Hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Fresh architect dance, Packard acade-
HT my, 9:00 o'clock.
Triangles and Sphinx annual Union
opera party, 8:15 o'clock.
sent Prof. Robert W. Hegner lectures in
Newberry hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Weekly Lounger, Michigan Union, 7:30
o'clock.
Reception by Prof. E. C. Goddard and
Mrs. Goddard for Chinese students,.
IDE 1212 Hill street, 8:00 o'clock.
Michigan Union opera, . Whitney the-
eulty ater, 8:15 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Fel- Michigan Union opera, Whitney thea-
will ter, matinee, 2:30 o'clock; evening,
r in 8:15 o'clock.
the Weekly membership dance, Michigan'
light Union, 9:00 o'clock.

STRACK STARS TO

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MEET TOMORROW
Trainer Farrell Will Remain in City
to Get Line on Material
For Cornell Meet
RELAY TEAl! LEAVES THIS NOON
Although five of the Wolverine track
stars will be in the east Saturday
night, the Varsity meet in Waterman
gym is sure to furnish some of the
fastest competition of the year. The
distance runs are the only events
where the class of the competition will
fall below par, as all the relay men
have been drawin from either the mile
or the half mile ranks.
The freshmen will finish their in-
door work Saturday night, some of
whom are waiting for this chance to
try their skill against their elders on
the Varsity squad. Wilson, the fresh-

ABOLISH ORAL
EXAMINATIONS
FORMASTERS,
Candidates for M.A. Degree Will Not
Be Submitted to Star
Chamber Qdiz in
June
GOOD SCHOLASTIC RECORD
NECESSARY FOR EXEMPTION
Former Method Declared Too Severe
Mental and Nervous Strain;
Poor Test
By the terms of a new ruling of the
graduate department, which goes into
effect with the coming June examina-
tions, all candidates who expect to ob-
tain their master's degree and who
have clear scholastic records, will not
be required to take the two-hour, star-
chamber oral examinations which have
been required in the past. The new
ruling was announced yesterday after-
noon by Dean Karl Guthe of the Grad-
date department.
The old rules governing those taking
examinations for master's degree re-
quired both the regular course writ-
ten tests and an oral examination. The
new regulation cuts off the oral quiz
for those with clear records, but re-
tains the written final. The committee
in charge, however, retains the right to
require the oral examination if it sees
fit. According to Dean Guthe, the old
system has been abolished as imprac-
tical in that it puts the student under
too severe a mental and nervous
strain, and has proven in reality a
poor test of the student's ability.
Will Replace Stolen Hunt Picture
No trace has been found of the Hel-
en Runt picture that was stolen from
Alumni Memorial hall last month, and
the Ann Arbor Art association ex-
pects to replace it as soon as the bill
is received from the Library of Con-
gress, to whom the picture belonged.
Fortunately the picture was only a re-
print, and it is believed that it can be
replaced without great expense.
DECLARE CHARGES
ARE EXAGGERATED
Editor Michigan Daily:-
On account of the charges that have
been made against the 1917 medic class
in regard to dishonest methods in ex-
aminations, an investigation was
deemed necessary and this committee
was appointed to carry out the investi-
gation.
It conferred with every me er of
the class and with the dean of the de-
partment and Is absolutely convinced
that the charges were greatly exag-
gerated as circulated on the campus.
C. M. ANDERSON.
B. T. LARSON.
R. F. O'HORA.
Committee.
"SPOT" NUIBER, GARGOYLE
SOUVENR, ON SALE TONIGHT
Visible a block away, the dazzling
"Spot" number of the Gargoyle will
be on sale this evening. A brilliant
cover by Edward Maguire, '16, vividly
depicts the series of past Union operas
in a spectacular representation of var-
iegated spot colors.
Featuring the theatrical,this month's

issue is devoted especially to "A Mod-
el Daughter." The art staff of the Gar-
goyle has out done itself in the txploi-
tation of footlight themes.

VENTILATION
Prevent a Spreading of Throat,
Epidemic Theater Management
Will Install Better
System

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NEW WHITNEY
WILL IMPROVE

ALLINGTON, '15E, REPORTED
SLOWLY GAINING STRENGTH
Movies Have Enforced Fumigation
Layv of City Health Department
For Some Time
Installation of a new ventilation sys-
tem in the Whitney theater, under the
direction of Dr. J. A. Wessinger, city
health officer, Dean V. C. Vaughan, and
Dr. H. H. Cummings of the medical
department is planned by the Whitney
management. These men will go over
the premises this morning, in an effort
to ascertain what changes are neces-
sary. It is probable that a system of
ventilation, such as is in use in the
Hill auditorium, will be installed. This
is a direct result of the campaign now
being waged against the epidemic of
throat trouble.
No action has -been taken against
the proprietors of moving pictutre
shows as yet, because most of them
are complying with an order of the
health department issued last fall, and
are fumigating their premises every
twto weeks. In the future, however,
they may be asked to fumigate more
often.
No new cases of throat trouble were
discovered by the University health
service yesterday, as practically all of
the fraternity houses have been fumi-
gated. All but five organizations have
now answered Dr. Cummings' call.
The condition of H.J. Allington, '15E,
who is seriously ill of throat trouble
at the St. Joseph sanitarium was some-
what better yesterday, although he is
still In a critical condition. Injections
of blood serum are still being made
daily, and a number of men from the
Psi Upsilon house are being bled each
day by Dr. Cummings at the health
service for this purpose.
1914 ENGINEERS1
AND i LITS WINI
In the semi-finals of the interclass
basketball series the senior engineers
and junior lits won the right to meet
in the finals Tuesday by defeating the
senior lits and the-junior laws respect-
ively,
The final score in the junior lt-jun-
ior law game was 24 to 18, but it fails
to show the closeness of the bout. At
the end of the first half the score stood
7 to 6 in the lits favor, but the laws
missed the early start that the lits got
in the second half and were unable to
catch up.
Although the senior lits played 1i
good game, particularly Wulff and
Pearce at guard, the engineers played
wth greater confidence, and due to the
stellar work of Coveney and Brush
were enabled to win by a 29 to 11
score.
Handball Teams Play Four Matches
Four matches in the second round
of the handball tournament were play-
ed yesterday with the following scor-
es: Peddicord defeated Comstock, 18-7
in both frames; Pfeifer swamped
Switzer, 18-4, and 18-13; Werum beat
F. C. Morse, 16-8 and 16-14; and
George won two of three sets from
Stanton; 15-8, 5-16, and 15-12.

WOMAN CRIES FOR SMILES
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
You Mlichigan mnen are perfect hogs,
in some respects. For the last six
weeks, you have exercised a monopoly
on campus humor. You have started
the "Campusmiles" but not once have
you invited the women of the univer-
sity to contribute or partake. You
men edit the column and I firmly be-
lieve that you have come to think that
only you and yours can write humor.
Mr. Editor, you owe us an apology.
If women can vote, they can certainly
write humor, even for your delectable
column.
If you do not believe this, invite us
to try.
A. Funny Woman.

Success Demands Sale of
Room on Alain Floor F
Remaining Perform.
~ ances
GOULD, GRINSTEAD, lIRO-W
FELLOWS AND REED
Chorus Greatly Strengthened;
Seats Remain 35 Cent
T~onight

Hold Bird Lecture at City Y. W. C. A.
The lecture of Prof. R. W. Hegner,
of the zoology department, on "The
Home Life of Wild Birds," will be
given in the city Y. W. C. A. building'
at 343 S. Fourth avenue'at 8:00 o'clock
tonight, instead of 4t Newberry hall.'
LUNOGREN DONS'

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In all my experience in 1
paring shows for the publi
have never presented a prod
tion that has given such gen(
satisfaction as "A Model Dat
ter" has," said Director Bert
John after last evening's 1
formance. "Our chorus we
stage equipment and costu:
are all new. Results of thes'-
provements are most encour
ing. I am highly pleased
the results and am confid
that the show will imrprove a
each performance."

OPERA

HOUSE GIVES

MASK AND MIT

FOUR El

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Coach, in Roll of Catcher, Tries
Pair of Pitchers, Davidson
and Soddy

Out

ONLY HALF OF SQUAD IS

"A Model Daughter"

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Lane,

lumni medal and $100
> the winner of this
with the privilege of
higan in the Northern
ie contest which will
on, Wisconsin, May 1,
gates of seven univer-
idle west. Oratorical
se tickets, or single
5 cents, admit to this

TOMORROW,

ampionships in wrestling
ed Saturday afternoon at
'm in the heavy, middle
ight divisions. Henry.
E, Varsity wrestling cap-
opinion that all contest-
ly matched and a number
are promised. The first
at 2:00 o'clock and will
1 the main floor of the

man pole vaulter, may enter Satur-
day's meet if he can adjust his difli-
culties with the faculty. If he is suc-
cessful in this, the track followers
will probably see the gym record in
the" pole vault lifted again.
The relay team will leave this noon
for Pittsburg, arriving in the "Smoky
City" late tonight, and working 'out
tomorrow morning. Trainer Farrell
will not accompany the relay men, but
will remain in Ann Arbor to watch
the work of the entrants in the Var-
sity meet.
It is expected that there will be a
.large deputation of Michigan and Cor-
.nell alumni at the relays, as the Pitts-
;burg athletic association has mailed
circulars to Cornell and Michigan
alumni in Pittsburg and nearby cities.
Pres. C. F. Thwing Will Speak Sunday
Pres. Charles F. Thwing, of Western
Reserve university of Cleveland, Ohio,;
will speak on Sunday night at the
Methodist church under the auspices
of the Wesleyan guild. President
Thwing is the author of a book enti-
tled "The Universities of the World,"
written after a world tour which in-'
cluded visits to all the important edu-
cational institutions on the globe. His
subject on Sunday night will be "An
Interpretation of Life."
George Lawton to Coach Detroit Nine
George Lawton, '11, former Univer-
sity of Michigan football star, has been
appointed to coach the University of
Detroit's baseball team Tor the coming
season. Lawton was coach of the U.'
of D. football team last fall and in+
this capacity was very popular with;
the students.

Coach Lundgren appeared in a new
role yesterday afternoon, donning the
mask and protector during batting
practice to look over one of his young
pitching candidates. "Bill" Davidson
was the hurler coming in for the
coach attention, and aside from diffi-
culty in finding Gtl plae showed fair
early season form.
Soddy, the young port side artist.
was the only other pitcher to work
out; Thursday being the off day in
the training camp, as most of the men
have afternoon classes. Only half of
the two dozen candidates on the indoor
squad were out.
Another infield practice concluded
yesterday's 'work. Howard was out,
and appeared on first; with Hughitt
and Baker at third and short. Labodie
had the absent McQueen's station at
second, and. looked fairly well; al-
though it takes him a long time to get
th'e ball away from him.
Mattson appeared at the plate, nei-
ther Hippler or Baer were out, and
Benton was again given a trial at the
pegging game. Both of these young-
sters have a good whip, but lack the
"pep" of the older men.
Lenten Lecture Will be Given Today
"The Adequate Object of Religion,"
will be the subject of thie second lec-
ture on the Lenten series to be deliv-
ered by Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the
philosophy department, in Harris hal
at 4:30 o'clock today. These services
are being conducted under the auspic-
es of the Hobart guild, and are open to
the public without charge.
Prof. Winter and Wife Will Go Abroad
Prof. J. G. Winter and Mrs. Winter
are planning to sail June 23, from
Montreal 'to London, where Prof. Win-
ter will spend considerable time look-
ing up material in the British museum
in connection with Steno and Macrovi-
us. From London they will go to Hol-
land, Belgium and France.
Dr. Sage Becomes House Physician.
Dr. H. M. Sage, has been appointed
house physician at the homeopathic
hospital, to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Dr. W. Gramely,
who recently accepted a position as
interne with the Metropolitan hospital
of New York City.

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MUSICAL PROGRAM FEAl
COMBINED SENIOR

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plished the impossible last nig
the typically American audie:
crowded the Whitney theater,
seat for four encores, after tY
in the last act of the play. r
by the experience of the "firs
The Mimes' production ran
smoothness well-nigh porf
There were none of the hesitat
loss of cue words or the ner
of the initial performance.

Class Relay Teams Forfeit Frequently
Several of the class relay teams are
in danger of being eliminated from
the interclass series, because of their
failure to appear at the time they were
scheduled to run. Director Rowe urg-
es all track managers to report
promptly if their team cannot race on
the day they are slated to compete.
So far three teams have won by for-
feits and some of the quartets may get
in tife final series without performing
on the oval.

er, they gave the most effecti'
tions of the entire show, in tl
"I'll Always Love You" and "T
guage of Love," which are
the most finished pieces of th
J. Kingsley Gould, '16L, pla
leading role as the model dau
which position be was shifte
eleventh hour, did remarka
considering the difficulties of
tion. There was a sligth hesit
ticeable in some of the difficult
steps which he did with Arth
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Senior lits and engineers wi
their annual combined dinner
Michigan Union, at 6:00 o'clock
day. Preparations are being m
accommodate 180. George Bal:
will act as toastmaster, Profess
M. Wenley and W. C. Hoad wi
resent the faculty, and P. D. I
Karl Hoch, Charles Howell an
Liam Schomburg will respond
toasts. ,Kenneth Westerman wi
and Russel Mills, Bruce Miles
0. Williams will render various
cal selections. .
Illustrators' Exhibit Is II
The opening of the exhibit
Society of American Illustrat
Alumni Memorial hall has beer
poned until next week owing to.
expected delay in the arrival
collection. The architectural
tion which has been on exhibiti
the last week will be left in th
until the collection of illustrath
rives.

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