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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.

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EVENTS FOR TODAY

nt ForI

Senior lit dance, Granger's, 8:00
o'clock.
Soph lit engineer dinner, Michigan Un-
ion, 6:00 o'clock.
Phoenix club dinner, Michigan Union,'
6:00 o'clock.
Fraulein Charlotte Rau speaks in
room 203 'University hall, 8:60
o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW

GIVE OUT ENTRIES
IN CORNELL MEET
Crack Athletes Entered by Wolverines
and Cornellians For Indoor
Clash
NEW MEN IN MICHIGAN SQUAD
Trainer Farrell's .selection of the
team that will oppose Cornell in Wat-
erman gymnasium Saturday night,
contains many men that have never
before appeared in inter-collegiate
competition. As there is no limit on
the meet entries, Michigan will be rep-
resented by from three to six athletes
in each event.

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RECRUITS IN HARD
FIGHT FOR POSTS
Competition for Infield Positions on
Wolverine Baseball Machine
Is RIot
VETREANS HAVE CALL SO FAR
With- scarcely more than a week
left before the southern trip, compe-
tition for places on the Dixie squad is
at its height. Although Coach Lund-
gren remains silent as to his opinions
on the candidates, the gym fans who
watch the daily workout are not as

SCOTTY, ROPE KING, DOES
11lS VAUDEVILLE OFF STAGE
"Scotty," the land lubbering sailor,
and rope expert is in town. He travels
about the country, visiting college and
university cities, always carrying 50
feet of rope with him and defying any
one to tie his hands so that he can-
not work loose in ten minutes. Scotty
thinks his Ann Arbor visit will be fin-
ished this week, when he hopes to go
east for a trip around the world.

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Wright saxophone party, Michigan Un
nn ion, 9:00 o'clock.
ear
Round-up formal party, Armory, 9:00
o'clock.
r" will not Deutscher Verein dance, Barbour gym,
8:30 o'clock.
nce in De-

fhoghTHROAT EPIDEMIC
though aI U
tickets
theater 'DECLINING RAPIDLY
mni do
nt time
>unt of The throat trouble epidemic has
ul pro- passed its crisis, according to Dr. H.
H. Cummings, head. of the health ser-
ng the
ra and vice, and is now declining rapidly. Al-
tomor- though a number of cases of throat

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trouble are still being treated at the
health office daily, the number and
nature of the ailments, are such as to
indicate that the campus will soon be
free of the malignant throat infection
that has been prevalent for the last
three years.
The last three weeks have been the

s incurred
11. The
eated daily,

i that the health service
since its inception last
number of patients
has averaged more than

at the 100.
etroit,
m re- PFEIFFER WINS HANDBALL
sold. MATCH; TIED FOR TOP POST
e sold.
ng to Furgeson Also Heads List of Singles
ester- Players-Doubles Round Is
he to- Started
more
Two more matches in the final round
of singles in the handball tourna-
i ment were decided yesterday. Pfeiffer
JTED won two of three sets from Werum,
8-15, 17-11, and 17-13, and George for-
ogical feited his frames to Furgeson on ac-
f the count of illness. The last round is
ear at being counted on the percentage basis.
iiver- The winner will get a silver loving
en is- cup, while those finishing second and
d un- third, respectively, will receive rib-
E. H. bons.
The Standing of players in the singles:
ar by won lost pet.

Two new men, Kurtz and Hughes,
will aid Seward, Bond and Smith in
the 35 yard dash. Klopfer, Cohn and
Larson are the recruits in the hirdles,
who will run with Armstrong. Larson
has been running in the dashes all
season, and with his speed should bol-
ster up the weakness in Michigan's
offense at this point.
Griest has been entered in the quar-
ter mile, as well as the half mile and
the high jump. Trainer Farrell has
not yet decided in which run he will
place this versatile athlete, but he is
sure to appear in the high jump at any
rate. This event has been the weakest
spot of the Michigan team all year,
and although there are several other
men entered, they are all green at the
competition and are not expected to
win points.
Captain Kohler will have team-
mates in the shot put for the first time
this year. Quinn, the football man,
will compete Saturday night, and is
expected to land a place. Phelps, a
freshman star last year, has been com-
ing out for the last week, and will also
be entered here.
Contestants must secure contest-
ant's tickets Saturday afternoon at the
athletic association office to be admit-
ted to Waterman gym on the night of
the meet.
The entries for the Cornell-Michigan
dual meet follow:
35 yard dash: Michigan-Seward,
Smith, Bond, Kurtz, Hughes; Cornell
-Van Winkle, Ingersoll, Newman,
Caldwell, Lewis, Staer.
Shot put: Michigan-Kohler, Quinn,
Phelps, Cochran; Cornell-McCutch-
eon, Bahr, Moore, Shaw.
41} yard high hurdles: Michigan-
Armstrong, Klopfer, Larson, ,Cohn;
Cornell-Shelton, Millard, Lukens,
Beebee, McLaren, Brodt, Starr.
440 yard run: Michigan-Jansen,
John, Ufer, Griest, Augspurger; Cor-
nell-Caldwell, Starr, Mehaffey, Corn-
well, Lewis, Irish.
880 yard run: Michigan-Jansen,
Brown, Griest, Ufer, Murphy, Lamey;
Cornell-Souder, Irish, Caldwell, Spei-
den.
One mile run: Michigan-Fox, Lam-
ey, Watt, Johnston, Brown, -Young;
Cornell-Potter, Souder, Irish, Spei-
den, Hoffmire.
High jump: Michigan; White, Ham-
mond, Berray, Griest, Perkins; Cor-
nell; Morrison, Warner, Cady, Brodt,
McLaren.
Pole vault: Michigan-Cook, Cross,

iment of the biolo
he prospectus o
rse given each y
a part of the un
sion, has just bee
being distribute
. of Acting Deanl
ummer school.
featured this ye
l pictures of s
e, the point, t'
ie Straits of Mack
sity station is loc
ff for the coming
r eleven, at the
Acting DirectorF
Z D. Ellis will be,

exclusive with their opinions.
Possibly the closest competition is
on the infield. With four veterans on
hand, Graham, Robinson, Dwyer, Shiv-
el and Labodie will have a hard place
getting a regular berth. Baker, the
fastest fielder on the squad, has a
mortgage on the short field position.
McQueen works well with his team
mate, and the combination around sec-
ond looks permanent, at least for the
present.
On first, Dwyer has shown up well,
but the veteran Howard undoubtedly
has the call. Hughitt, the "peperiest"
man on the squad, has been going at
top speed, despite a sore hand; as Gra-
ham has been showing the best form
of any of the recruit infielders, usual-
ly appearing on "Tommie's" corner at
third.
Shivel reported for the first time yes-
terday since his illness, -and his neces-
sary absence has hurt his chances for
the southern trip. Labodie has dis-
played a vital weakness in his manner
of playing balls hit on his right side,
and is not reckoned by the gym fans
as a serious contender for the southern

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Cable For Permissionto Use Knife
Pedro Piza, '17E, the Porto Rican
student who is ill with pneumonia at
the university hospital, showed no
signs bf imporvement yesterday and the
physicians cabled his father for his
permission to operate. It is claimed'
that an abscess is forming in the chest
of the young man and he is In a very
serious condition.
USE NEW HITS IN
MUSICAL MATINEE

Hon. Dean C. Worcester,
erly secretary of the ir
the Philippine insular gc
has ben secured by the Orat
sociation to give an illustrat
on the Philippine Islands, in

cenes
welve
inac,
Gated.
ses-
head
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Pfeiffer....... . ...5
Furgeson...........5
Werum............1
Del Valle..........1
George.............0
The first round in the

Speaker Has Served as S
Interior in Possessi
Was Also on Ta
Commission
HAS MADE ISLANDS THl
OF MANY LITERAR
Oratorical Course Ticket
Admit; Admission W!
25 Cents

1 .833
1 .833
2 .333
2 .333
6 .000
doubles be-

WMUNICATION
n Daily assumes no re-
for sentiments express-

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Professor Allen, in an interesting
alk on Turkey in Newberry hall a
reek ago Wednesday, made the state-
nent that he would rather trust a
Turk than a Greek or an American.
Professor Allen only recently return-
4 from Constantinople, where he
pent two years to establish the engi-
ieering department of Roberts College.
'his circumstance, coupled with the
act that the statement comes from
.o less a personality than Professor
Allen himself obliges me to remind his
elect audience, as well as himself,
ow his statement may lack ample
ustification, and do injustice to two
ther races, while attempting to ap-.
reciate a personal hospitality tender-
d him by some Turks.
And then, the atrocious massacres
f hundreds of thousands of Ameri-
ans, and as many Greeks and Bul-
arlans and all other races, which
ere under Turkish yoke in the past,

gan yesterday with two matches
which resulted as follows: McQueen
and Werum beat Potts and Burke,'
19-2 and 19-4; and Butler and Thom-
as defeated Martin and Pfeiffer, 15-15
and 15-18. The winners had a two
point handicap.
HARTESVELDT WILL REPLACE
M'MA HON ON GLEE VLUB TRIP
Peter Hartesveldt, '14, has been
chosen to make the Pacific Coast trip
with the Michigan Glee and Mandolin
club next month. He will take the
place of George McMahon, '16, who
will be unable to go on the tour, on
account of the illness of his father.
The addition of Hartesveldt will make
the club include 36 men, eight more
than were taken on last year's trip to
Seattle.
DISTRIBUTE FIRST LOT OFd
SENIOR LIT CANES TODAY

squad.
Graham, Robinson and Dwyer have
another advantage over the other in-
field recruits, in that they are also out-
fielders; and at least two of these men
are almost' sure to be on the Dixie
list. Sheehy, the only veteran gard-
ener, has been working out with the
infield squad, and is sure of his berth.
METAL WORKERS TO VISIT
DETROIT SHOPS SATURDAY
The class in metallurgy will leave
at 6:57 Saturday morning, on the
Michigan Central for Detroit, where
they will visit the Detroit Steel Cast-
ings Company, The Semet-Solvay Coke
Ovens, The Michigan Malleable Iron
Company, and The Detroit Iron and
Steel Company. The class will return
on the 5:00 o'clock train. Anyone in-
terested in this trip should make ar-
rangements with Prof. A. E. White,
of the chemical engineering depart-
ment, room 125 chemistry building at
once.
MICHIGAN WOODSMEN WILL
VISIT CORNELL FORESTERS
Th forestry club received an invita-
tion from the forestry club of Cornell
university yesterday to send delegates
to the "house warming" of the new
science building on May 15 and 16.
The invitation has been accepted and
a half dozen members, with Dean Fil-
ibert Roth, will make the trip. Chief
Forester of the United State Henry S.
Graves and ex-Forester Gifford Pin-
chot will address the clubs.
Commerce Club Will Hold'April Dance
The Commerce club will give a
dance at Granger's on April 2. Danc-;
ing will begin at 8:15 and continue
until 12:00 o'clock. Prof. and Mrs. G.
W. Dowrie and Professor and Mrs. L.I.
Sharfman, of the department of eco-
nomics, will chaperone.
Arranging Next Year's Lecture Dates
Dates for the extension lectureI
courses for the coming year are beingI
arranged by Prof. W. D. Henderson.i
He .states that the quota of 300I
lectures for this year is full and it is
doubtful if additional lectures will be1
added, due to a lack of funds.
Florida Marl Is Added to Museum
The university museum has receiv-
ed a box of Marl from DeSoto county,
Florida, in exchange for certain geo-
logical material collected in Michigan.
It represents a typical exposure of the
Calooshattchee Pliocene Marl. ,

Chatfield; Cornell-Fritz,
Clarke, McCredie, Cheney.

Milton,

Every feature to be used on the
6,000-mile Pacific Coast trip of the
Glee and Mandolin club, next month,
will be presented at the farewell mat-
inee concert to be given by that or-
ganization, next Thursday afternoon,
in Hill auditorium. "Not a dull mo-
ment" has been the slogan in fram-
ing the repertoire for the tour, and
the management promises that the
matinee programn will be the liveliest
yet offered.
"A Model Daughter" hits will be fea-
tured by the men who introduced them
at the Whitney last week. Favorite
numbers from "Contrarie Mary," "An
Awakened Rameses," and other Union
operas, will also be among the head-
line offerings. The Mandolin club will
specialize on popular airs from cur-
rent musical comedies.
The combined musical clubs have
prepared the most elaborate reper-
toire of their 40 years' career for the"
amusement of alumni on the long
western trip. The best selections from
this varied list will be used at next
Thursday afternoon's affair.
Tickets for the concert, all at 15
cents, are'on sale at Wahr's. No seats
will be reserved.
SUMMER GARDEN FEATURES
ROUND UP DANCE TOMORROW
A "Summer Garden" effect will fea-
ture the annual formal dance of the
Round-Up club at the Armory Friday
night, The hall will be decorated with
a vine covered porch effect built en-
tirely around the walls.
A special piece of music, called "The
'Round-Up Valse," has been written for
the occasion by "Ike" Fischer. The
score will be placed on sale Saturday.
The chaperones for the affair are: Dr.
'W. F. Seeley, of the medical depart-
ment, and Mrs. Seeley, and Treasurer
R. A. Campbell and Mrs. Campbell.

MI'MAHON PLAYED IN OPERA
BEFORE ENTERING COLLEGE
George McMahon,. '16, who had the
part of Paul Marcelle in the late opera,
was also a member of the cast in "The
Awakened Rameses" before he entered
the university. McMahon was the first
non-university man to take part in a
Uion opera without being a member
of the uiversity at'the time. He assist-
ed his brother Maurice who sang the
"Girl from Michigan" in the former
opera.
I. S. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
TO BE HELD APRIL 8 AND 9
United States civil service tests for
a surveyor-draftsman, and for an as-
sistant engineer in forests products
will be held on April 8 and 9. A similar
test for an assistant engineer in explo-
sives will be held April 8. Those in-
terested in these examinations should
make application immediately to the
secretary of the civil service commis-
sion at the office of the secretary of
the engineering department.

Few Cane Dance Tickets Still Remain
A few tickets for the senior lit
"Cane Dance" which is to be held to-
night at Granger's academy, can still
be secured from members of the social
committee or at the door at 75 cents
per couple. Although senior engi-
neers are specially invited, tickets will
be sold to other students until the sup-
ply is exhausted. Various stunts with
the new canes will feature the party.
Professor J. R. Brumm and Mrs.
Brumm, and Mr. C. S. Boucher and
Mrs. Boucher, will act as chaperones.
Dancing will last from 8:00 to 12:00
o'clock.
Sell Boat Club Dance Tickets Today
Tickets for the Union Boat club
dance to be held at the Union 'Saturday
evening, will go on sale to club mem-
bers at 9:00 o'clock this morning at
the Union desk. Members of the Un-
ion can get tickets after 5:00 o'clock
this afternoon. Dr. Henri Hus and Mrs.
Hus, and Mr. F. R. Finch and Mrs.
Finch will chaperone the dance.
Native German Will Address Verein
Fraulein Charlotte Rau, of Germany,
will talk to members of the Deutscher
Verein at 8:00 o'clock this evening in'
room 203 of University hall. Miss
Rau is .related to Wilhelm Von Hertz,
who has translated many of the Ger-
man classics.

Only about 50 seniors have ex(
ed their athletic coupons for see
the Cornell meet, at the office
athletic association. Today,
and Saturday until 3:00 o'clocl
be allowed the lucky holders to
the pasteboards, after which
those seniors who have been unf
ate in all the drawings will be
the remaining seats to the meet
Dentists to Hear Ferris And Va
Governor Woodbridge N. Ferr
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
cal department, will be among
speakers at the annual meeting
Michigan State Dental society a
tel Tuller, Detroit, on the even
April 10. The topic on which G
or Ferris will speak is "The D
the State Toward Mouth Hyg
Dean Vaughan will talk on "Con(
of the Mouth and Their Relati
Public Health."
Engineers Must Sign For Sprini
In order to make proper ar:
ments with the railroads and 1
it is necessary that the names
of those who intend to make the
trip of mechanical engineers
before tomorrow evening. A dep'
$40 will be required to apply oi
way fares. Students intending to
the trip should see Mr. S. J. He

ditorium at 8:00 o'clock, April 1
Mr. Worcester became a specia
Philippine affairs through his
tific expeditions to the islands in
8 and 1890-3. Returning, he spe
years as an instructor in botan
as an assistant professor of zoolo
this university. After the Spa
American war, President *McK
made him a member of the Scht
Commission, the first to be sent t
Islands by the United States go
ment. He was on the Taft Con
sion in 1910, and served as Secr
of the Interior from 1911 unti
persent administration.
Among his literary -works on
Philippines are "The Philippine
ands and Their People," and
Non-Christian Tribes of Northern
zon." The Independent magazin
February 23, 1914, contains a
page article by Mr. Worcester o:
"Dangers of the Present Phili
Situation."
His lecture under the auspices o
Oratorical association is an exit
the regular course, and admission
be 25 cents. Oratorical course ti
do not admit.
ARMORY SCENE OF PRACTICE
BY VARSITY TENNIS SIIA
Varsity tennis players are now
ticing every day at the indoor
in the armory, in preparation fo
annual eastern trip, which will in
a match with Yale on May 18. A s
game schedule has been complete
Edward C. Wilson, '15, varsity cap
Ira H. Reindel, '15E, will be in
shape by the time the outdoor e
opens. For the last two years, he
had trouble with his wrist, but he
not expect this to handicap him i'
tryouts.
FEW SENIORS CLAIM SEATS
FOR CORNELL TRACK l1

The first batch of senior lit canes
will be given out between 4:00 and
5:00 o'clock this afternoon, in the
main corridor of University - hall.
Sticks will be given out upon pay-
ment of the balance of $2.00 to those
who ordered them and paid a deposit
of 50 cents. Those who have not or-
dered them will have the last chance
this afternoon, for the final order will
be sent in in a few days.

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