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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1914.

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Michigan Union opera, Whitney thea-
ter, matinee, 2:30 o'clock; evening,
8:15 o'clock.
Weekly membership dance, Michigan'
Union, 9:00 o'clock.
Varsity track meet, Waterman gym,
7:30 o'clock.
Finals in wrestling tournament for
championshsip, Waterman gym, 2:00
o'clock.

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EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin speaks to Jew-
ish students, Newberry hall, 8:00
o'clock.
Mr. Ozora Davis speaks at the Majes-
tic theater, -6:10 o'clock.

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e de- Dr. Charles F. Thwing speaks on Wes-
leyan guild series, Methodist church,
xcel- 7:30 o'clock.
ident Miss Grace Wolf, '14, speaks at Y. W.
>pera C. A. vesper service, 4:15 o'clock.
isors, Miss Francis Taft speaks in Newberry
it ac- hall, 4:30 o'clock.
pired Weekly Sunday afternoon entertain-
sence ment, Michigan Union, 2:30 o'clock.
ntire
make
PICK CORNELL TO
rually
for a COP 2-MILE RELAY
e ex-
sheer
Michigan's two-mile relay team will
male meet Cornell's two-mile quartet in a
and dual encounter in the gymnasium of
work the Pittsburg athletic association to-
vs, as
n his night, as a part of the program of the
ani- Pittsburg relay carnival. Track fol-

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FACULTIES SUSPEND STUDENTS
F. F. Mc)Lullen, '14L, and F. R. Winch,
'17E, Arrested for Disorderly
Conduct
F. F. McMullen, '14L, of Addison, Pa.,
was suspended from the university un-
til February 1915, and F. R. Winch,
'17E, was suspended until October,
1914, yesterday for alleged disorderly
conduct in Ypsilanti last Saturday
night. The supensions of these two
men were announced yesterday follow-
ing the meetings of the faculties of the
law and engineering departments.
McMullen and Winch were arrested
Saturday night at Ypsilanti for creat-
ing a disturbance and were fined $25
and costs in Justice Stadtmiller's court
Monday morning. McMullen will leave
for Detroit today where he has accept-
ed a position with a law firm. He in-
tends to return to the university next
year. Winch has -not determined on
his plans for the future.
Condition of H. J. Allington Improves
Doctors attending H. J. Allington,
'15E, who is suffering from a throat
infection at St. Joseph's sanitarium,
reported him somewhat improved yes-
terday. His condition, however, is still
extremely serious. .
SENIORS WILL NOT
VOTE ON MEMORIAL
That another meeting of the senior
law class will not be called to recon-
sider the idea of a class, memorial is
evident fromthe statements made by
President R. J. Curry yesterday. He
does not feel that he is warranted in
calling another meeting, as the meet-
ing in which the memorial was voted
down was legitimate and constitution-
al in every respect. It is, however, in
the power of five per cent of the class

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Wolverine
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Sewards in the V
erman gymnasiur
event will be call
The most intere
will probably cer
come of the conte
in the various ev(
the question of w
Seward and Smi
seen in action tog
man gym straight
fans will watch th
in the 35 yard das
man a sprinter, is
a chance to win
With the absen
Murphy, Brown a;
with the relay teE
ably be a falling(
the quarter and1
called. John wil
440 hands down
miler, will havet
and Grauman, the
all fresh squad, a
points to a victory
roll.
Only the high
as the laws are

AGAIN SHOWER
FIRST HONORS
ON BLANSHARD
Y. F. Jabin Hsu Obtains Second Place,
While Fellers Is Given
Honorable
Mention
BLANSHARD TO REPRESENT
VARSITY IN LEAGUE CONTEST

DECISION GIVEN
MRRI MARKS
THIRD VICTORY
Varsity Peace Orator Repeats Success
of Two Former Representatives
By Winning State
Contest
HIS SUBJECT DEALS WITH
ECONOMIC WASTE OF WARS

owers

Arbor

are picking Cornell to win,
chigan is conceded to have a
:eam, if in good shape.
'ainer Farrell remained in Ann
for the Varsity meet, Haff has
aced in charge of the Michigan
am. It is probable that he willI
nsen last, as this flier made
est half-mile in the trials held

and best time, so will probably start
first himself. It is not known in what
order Murphy and Griest will be run.
Cornell is given the edge on the
Michigan entrants in the ante-bellum
predictions, on the strength of their
showing against the Yale two-mile re-
lay quartet in New York last month.
In this race they set up a new indoor
record for this race, making the dis-
tance in a little under two minutes.
Haff will take the team over to the
Pittsburg gym this morning for a short
work out. The running track in this
gym is more than twice as large as the,
one in Waterman gym, and is not
banked at the turns.

Winner Secures $100 and
Medal; Second Prize
Is $50

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tecives Seventy-Five Dollars;
Represent Michigan in Inter-
State Meet

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members to petition for another meet- whic
ing. Arm
Many suggestions were made at the have
meeting relative to gifts other than his 1
the memorial fund similar to that left the
by last year's graduatin' class. Among Tr
them was a drinking fountain for the tonli
law building; a davenport for the Un- watc
ion and contributions of records for dete
the law libarary. These were all de-opp
feated by the vote last Tuesday.

ght, remaining
ch the work of
rmine the mak
ose Cornell nex

:bers were
es last ev-
second act,
riday night
of the op-
ged to the

By his victory in the University Ora- For the third consecutive year a
torical contest last night, Paul B.Blan- Michigan orator carried off the laurels
shard, '14,, gained the distinction of in the state Peace Oratorical contest,
winning every honor in oratory and when Walter E. Morris, '16L, was giv-
debating possible at Michigan. This en first place honors at Olivet college
includes the National Peace contest last night,' competing with represen-
and the Varsity debating team which tatives of Albion, M. A. C., Olivet, and
he won last year, and the Hamilton the Michigan State Normal School, of
and University Oratorical contests Ypsilanti.
which he has won this year. Morris' victory was due to his
Blanshard made an eloquent plea strength of delivery. He was given
for men of ideals to lead reforms in firsts by two of the four judges. His
politics, society and religion. "Ameri- oration, "The Price of Peace," shows
(Continued on page 4.) (Continued on page 4.)
I'm Broke Airight, But It
Was Some Show, Believe Me

COVER Of "SPOT" GARGOYLE
SUGGESTS PREVIOUS OPERAS

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ILANDBALL SHARKS TO START
THIRD ROUND OF TOURNEY
The second round of singles in the
handball tournament was finished yes-
terday and the schedule for the third
round, which will be played today, was
oosted in the gym. Following is the
result of yesterday's play: Tandy de-
feated Best 19-12, 15-16, and 19-2.
MIcQueen humbled Levin in two sets
by the same score 15-13, Tristler lost
to Kehole in three sets, 17-10, 6-15,
and 15-15. Kehole had a two point
handicap.
WHITNEY THEATER TO HAVE
NEW VENTILATING SYSTEM
Arrangements for a satisfactory ven-
tilating system for the new Whitney
theater were completed yesterday be-
tween Dr. J. A. Wessinger, city health
officer, and Mr. Bert St. John, personal
representative of Mr. Whitney, A"Vac-.
uum system" will be installed in a few
days under the supei'vision of one of
Mr. Whitney's architectural engineers.
The apparatus will be similar to the
one now in use at the Detroit Opera
House, and is one of pro en efficiency.

, the Prominent in the glare of the calci-
ithor urn, The Model Daughter stands forth
hair- in the foreground to offer her toast,
were while behind her, figures, symbolic of
previous Union operas, are stationed
in grotesque files. Such is the scene
Wtest which purchasers of the Gargoyle, put
re of on sale last night at the Whitney the-
's in ater, beheld on the brilliant cover of
ridge the Spot number.
yes- True to the suggestion of the exteri-
prob- or design, the pages of the current is-
week sue treat of every phase of stageland

PROFESSOR ILL
SPEAK TO

Prof. Walter Mulford of, Corn
versity, formerly of the forestr:
ty of Michigan, will deliver the
cipal address at the annual ban
the Forestry club at 6:00 o'clo
Tuesday evening at the Unio
subject will be, "Our Profession
Carnot Valiton will act as to
ter and Prof. Filibert Roth,
the forestry department; Pro:
Lovejoy, John Taylor, graduate
and Walter Bond, '14, will spea
Easterners Curious of New S
Much interest is . being aro
the east over the concrete
which is being built on Ferry f
formation about the new stadi
been requested by several of t
York and other eastern paper
the 'University News Bureau r
Besides the stadium the p
women's dormitory and science
ings are being described in the
ture being sent out by the ne
vice. Feature stories of the ,
Arc pageant to be held in M
being prepared, and as soon as
graphs can be taken, they will 1

King Dick, when he sprang the
kingdom-for-a-horse stuff wasn't in
such a tight hole. Think of the Society
Night Opera fussers scraping up two
horses-and a cab. And believe me,
Adelbert, there were some fussers
there. Tango dress shirts vied with
panniers for the lead part in the one
act playlet entitled "How to Make
Tom's (or Betty's) Heart Throb." So-
ciety was there with both pumps. The-
ater parties, given by campus socie-

ties, fraternities, college cut-ups, re-
tired faculty despots and a few regu-
lar people filled the Whitney.
And it was almost mother's Day, for
from cast to chorus the fond parent
was on deck. Little brothers and not
so little sisters smirked away the
night, watching big brother go through
his paces. It was a great night. And
don't let him tell you that he "just
couldn't get seats for that perform-
ance." That's bunk.

dally with
the opera

the musical
maid repre-

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SUNDAY

C. F.

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1E71W IIIUWestern Reserve

METHODIST CHURCH
7:30 P. M.

7:30P. M.

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FILL THE MAJESTIC FOR

A Man Who has an Intense
Interest in People and
Things and a Rare Cift of
Fascinating His Hearers by
H I s Spicy a n d Original
Comment on Them.
PROF. E. C. GODDARD

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Sundaey, March ',2-2; 6:10 P M.

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