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EVENTS FOR TODAY
Rabbi David Alexander speaks to Jew-
ish Student's Congregation, Orphe-
um theater, 7':00 o'clock.
Mr. James Schermerhorn speaks at the
Majestic theater, 6:10 o'clock.
Dean William T. Sumner speaks at St.
Andrews church, Union guild series,
7:45 o'clock.
Miss Ada Freeman speaks at Newber-
ry hall, 4:30 o'clock.
Weekly Sunday afternoon entertain-
ment, Michigan Union, 2:30 o'clock.
The Right Reverend Charles D. Wil-
liams speaks at St. Andrews Epis-
copal church, 10:30 a. m.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Fresh law "Soiree Dansant," Grang-
er's, 8:30 o'clock.
Women's annual indoor meet, Barbour
gym, 7:15 o'clock.
NOTED MEN WILL
MAKE ADDRESSES,
Majestic Meeting.
James T. Schermerhorn, editor of
the Detroit Times, will speak under
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. in the
Majestic theater at 6:30 o'clock to-
night. "The Soul of the City" is the
subject of his address, which has been
quoted with favorable comment by the
Literary Digest.. He is known widely
as a champion of the clean press and
as a public speaker.

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FINISH PROGRAM
FOR GERMAN DAY
Consul General Geissler to Lecture
in German on Development
of Fatherland
DR. W. W. FLORER WILL PRESIDE
Final arrangements for the Bis-
marck birthday celebration which will
be given in Hill auditorium Wednes-
day evening, April 1, have been made.
The principal address of the evening
will be delivered by Consul General
Alfred Geissler, who will speak in Ger-
man on "The Economic Development
of Germany since 1870." Consul Gen-
eral Geissler has represented Germa-
ny in the United States for a number
of years and fully understands how to
present his subjects in such a way that
he may be understood even by those
who know only a little German.
President Harry B. Hutchins will de-
liver the address of welcome. Mr. Wil-
liam C. Howland, bead of the school
of music, has consented to sing Schu-
bert's "Erlkoenig." The program for
the evening will be as follows:
Organ selections by Frank Taber;
songs by the 'Varsity Quartet; "Das
Deutsche Lied" by the Harmonie
Maennerchor; address of welcome by
President Harry B. Hutchins; "Der
Erlkoenig" by William C. Howland, ac-
companiment by Mrs. Minnie Davis
Sherrill; address, "The Economic De-
velopment of Germany since 1870" by
Consul General Alfred Geissler; "Am
Rhein" by Mrs. George A. Hastreiter;
selected songs by the Harmonie Maen-
nerchor.
Dr. W. W. Florer of the German de-
partment, will preside at the celebra-
tion, which will be attended by the
Schoolmasters' club and German soci-
eties from different parts of the state.
University students are especially in-
vited to attend. Admission will be
free.
SIGMA DELTA CHI ELECTS
FIVE NEW MEN TO RANKSJ
Sigma Delta Chi, the national honor-
ary journalistic fraternity, initiated
John Switzer, '16, Edward Everett, '14,
Clarence Swainson, '16L, Howard
Marsh, '15, and Waldemar John, '16,
yesterday. After the initiation a lunch-
eon was served in the Union.
Membership into this fraternity is
based on general journalistic ability
and only men who have had three sem-
esters of college work and intend to
pursue the profession are eligible to
its ranks.
Dean Bates to Meet Classes Tomorrow
After an illness, which has kept him
from his office for more than two
weeks, Dean H. M. Bates, of the law
department, will resume his duties to-
morrow morning. Assignments for
Mr. Bate,: classes in Constitutional
Law havebeen posted on the bulletin
boards in the law building.
Students' Wives to Spend Social Hour
All wives of students are cordially
invited to attend a social hour at New-
berry hall at 7:30 o'clock, Monday.
Miss Frances G. Adams, of the library
staff, has charge of the plans, and has
provided a program.

OPERA PRODUCERS
LOOK TO CHICAGO
Including Musical Club Member
Approximately 85 Men Will
Make Trip
REPORTS SHOW BIG SEAT SALE
With the Detroit production of "A
Model Daughter" out of the way, prep-
arations will be completed this week
for the journey to Chicago where the
opera will be presented next Saturday
night at the Auditorium, theater. In-
cluding the glee and Mandolin club
men who are connected with the show,
approximately 85 men will be carried
to the Windy City.
If 25 students going toward Chicago
so desire, it may be possible for them
to club with the opera and get a spe-
cial train which will leave Ann Arbor
about 11:00 p. m. Friday night. Those
who care to avail themselves of this
opportunity are requested to sign the
slip on the Union bulletin as soon as
possible. Those who make the return
trip will leave Chicago about 3:00
o'clock Sunday morning.
The latest reports from Chicago in-
dicate unusual enthusiasm among the
alumni over the "production and the
entire lower floor and part of the bal-
cony have already been sold. The on-
ly rehearsal previous to the trip will
likely be held Thursday night.
Music of the opera is finding a ready
sale with "I'll Always Love You" and
"The Language of Love" apparently
the most popular. "If I Could Only
Find a Girl" ranks next, followed
closely by "A Model Daughter."
U. OF M. EXHIBIT TO BE
SHOWN AT CONVENTION
The University of Michigan has been
selected, by the International Associa-
tion of Book Making and Graphic Arts,
as the more typical of American state
universities. The University Y. M. C.
A. has been requested to prepare an]
exhib *of.the university and of the
student activities for their convention
in Leipsic, Germany, which will be
held next summer.
The Y. M. C. A. has collected uni-
versity bulletins, pictures of the cam-
pus, copies of all student publications,
programs of the operas, and many oth-
er things .to represent all sides of stu-
dent life. These will be shipped Mon-
day and will be looked after by Libra-
rian Theodore Koch, who will be in
Germany next summer.
FURGESON WINNER OF FINAL
SERIES ON HANDBALL COURT
Furgeson won the singles handball
tournament which closed yesterday.
Until the last sets Pfeiffer was running
last year's champion a close race, but
Furgeson did not lose a frame in the
last four matches and won out handi-

MICHIGAN FENCERS WIN AND
LOSE IN CHICAGO MATCHES
(Special to The Michigan Daily.)
CHICAGO, ILL., March 29.-The
University of Michigan fencing team
gained a victory in the duelling match
with the University of Chicago team,
1 to 0, but lost the foiling contests by
a 6 to 3 score. Captain Mattsson for
the Wolverines gave a splendid exhi-
bition in his matches. Martinek and
White were the other Michigan per-
formers.
WOMEN'S BANQUET TICKETS
TO GO ON SALE IN LIBRARY
Tickets for the women's banquet
will be on sale all day 'Monday and
Tuesday in the general library, at 50
cents each. After Tuesday night all
remaining tickets will be turned over
to the alumnae, and to women attend-
ing the schoolmasters' club conven-
tion. No undergraduate women will
be permitted to buy tickets after that
time.
VARSITY BAND TIC
APPEAR TUESDAY
For the first time in the history of
the university the students will be giv-
en a chance to hear the Varsity band
in a role other than a mere adjunct
to athletic games. This opportunity
will be offered next Tuesday evening
when a program of classical and popu-
lar music will be given in Hill audito-
rium. Three soloists, George J. Curry,
'15M, D. O. Walthall, '16M, and W. C.
Medill, '16, will feature the concert.
If the idea proves a financial success
the scheme of giving an annual Spring
Concert will be continued in future
years. Tickets are now on sale at
25 cents.
Under the management, of Mr. S. J.
Hoexter the band has been put on a
firm financial basis. Incidentally with
this rehearsals have been made com-
pulsory with the result that the men
are able to furnish a program suited
to an audience of university calibre.
VACATION PLANTERS FLOCK
TO ANSWER FORESTER'S'CALL
As a result of the announcement in
yesterday's Daily asking for men to
work during the spring vacation under
Mr. L. J. Young of the forestry dephrt-
ment, more than 75 applications have
been received from men not in the for-
estry department.
In addition to the students of the
department who will avail themselves
of the chance to get some experience at
planting, this number will more than
suffice, and Mr. Young is unable to
handle more applications. The number
of men from the department will not
be limited however,
See. Smith Explodes Building Rumor
Rumors to the effect that the re-
erection of a new educational building
after the science building is completed
were denied by Secretary Shirley W.
Smith yesterday. The matter was pro-
psed to the regents several months ago
by educators from different parts of
the state, in accordance with a move-
ment which is at present sweeping
I over state universities.

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Union Guild Series.

Davidson and Furgesn, u
lng Recruit Pitchers, Sli
in Fast Fray
Ferry Lot
MAIZE TRIUMPHS OVER
WITH ONE SCORE 0
McQueen Wins Fight Wi
Fly, After Graham Had.
Sheehy on Sing
Baseball made its debu
field yesterday afternoon
picious manner, Davidson
son, the two most promh
pitchers, hooking up in a
hurling duel. Coach Luni
ed his squad of pastimue
teams, the Maize triumphi
Blue, 1 to 0, In the abbrev:
gle.
Furgeson started in fl ie
nine men facing him in th
frames. Graham and Davi
by base knocks, but were
on the paths. In the foi
Sheehy got on when FurE
wide on fielding the bunt.
vanced the runner with
hit of the day, the third an
ed by Ferguson. McQuee
the game on his sacrifice fl
Davidson allowed mor i
him, letting runners on t
each inning, but preventli
The two hits secured on
bunched in the third ron
unassisted double play ii
prevented trouble. Davi
the only extra base knock
getting a clean double..
Lundgren was well pleas
showing of his men in th
door practice, and the i
of Davidson and Furgesori
cially gratifying to the coa
and Baker were the only a
ans, aside. from the pit
were excused.
VACATION BOLTS WILL
CREDIT IN LAW DEi
Notifications were post
bulletin boards in the 1
yesterday, announcing tha
cused absences on the da
after Easter recess, w
against the offenders' cre
ces will be excused if api:
fore their occurrence, 'up
provocation.
The announcement also
changing of class hours o
and it strictly prohibited si
es. The applicants for exc
heard by the attendance
which will meet in the s
fice in thee law building,
April 1, at 3:00 o'clock.
G.J. Broodman Has Appeni
George J. 'Broodman,
Grand Rapids, was operata
pendicitis at 'the universit
a late hour last night. Br
taken to the hospital earlie
Hospital physicians said
ating that his,condition w
cially dangerous.

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liver- Dean Walter T. Sumner, of the Epis-
was copal Cathedral, Chicago, Ill., will de-
which liver -theadress on the Union Guild
e, but series,.in St. Andrews church at 7:45
o'clocka tonight. Although his subject
has not been announced he will prob-
Mc- ably treat some phase of social welfare
third. work. As chairman of the Chicago
Vice Commission, a member of the
(M) Board of Education of that city, and a
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first and charity work, he is recognized as

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an authority in sociological matters.
His speech at the Battle Creek Race
Betterment Conference caused consid-
erable comment. He was among the
first clergymen in the United States
to insist upon a health certificate as a
prerequisite to the marriage ceremony.
JewishCongregation.
Rabbi David Alexander, of Toledo,
Ohio, will conduct the services of the
Jewish Students' Congregation in the
Orpheum theater at 7:00 o'clock to-
night. The meeting is open to mem-
ber nd their friends.
Michigan Union.
Dr. H. W. Austin, of Detroit, will
speak on "The Government Function
in Public Health" at 3:00 o'clock this
afternoon at the Union. Dr. Austin is
head of the United States Health and
H ospital service in Detroit. The mu-
sical programn will consist of a solo by
G. D. Sutton, '15M, and selections by
Varsity quartet.

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Del Valle........... 6
Werum.............5
George .............. 0

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Dance Tomorrow Night
will give a "soiree dan-
o'clock tomorrow night
Prof. W. Gordon Stoner
ier will act as chaper-
will be furnished by
estra. Admission has
t75 cents per couple.

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PR RYTERIA C o r. Division
and Huron Sts.
REV. LEONARD A. BARRUTT, Pastor.
Roy HAMILTON, Student Pastor
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 6:30-Mr. Halouk H. Fikret of Con-
stantinople will talk on Christianity in Turkey. Installa-
tion of officers.

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BIG MATINEE CONCERT

Hill Auditorium

Fresh' Lits May
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this year, if the pl
meet the approval
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functions that eve:
tomary collection,
will be left in the
of the year.

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