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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY MARCH 31, 1914.P

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EVENTS FOR TODAY
Varsity band concert, Hill auditorium,
8:00 o'clock.
Wilfred B. Shaw's illustrated lecture,
Alumni memorial hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Junior girl's play, Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Mr. Rene Talamon speaks before Cer-
cle Francais, Tappan hall, 5:0%)
o'clock.
Student's golf association meets in tro-
phy room, Waterman gym, '7:00
o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW

and

HOST OF FRESHMEN:
OUT FOR BASEBALL
New A-Fresh Team Starts Out With
Every Indication o
Success
AAXY OTHERS AMONG SQUAD
Michigan's new All-Fresh baseball
team started with enthusiasm last
night, when more than 100 prospective
yearling tossers gathered in the athlet-
ic offices. The meeting was addressed
by Director P. G. Bartelme, Varsity
Coach Lundgren, and All-Fresh Coach
Lavans, who outlined the plans for the
new team.
From the list of those who have sig-
nified their desire to try out for the

ECONOMISTS WILL

Y AND
E FEATURED

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NAME OF PLAY OF JUNIOR
GINLS STILL KEPT SECRET
Tent)) Anninl Clas Prodtiction to Bie
Stalged Tonight-65 to
Take Part

Will Be

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vance signs, the
play to a crowd-

Hill audi-
gram will
the reper-
of a pop-
The pro-
eatures in
Union op-
rge Curry
piccolo so-
the house
he money
oward de-
et of uni-
all games
ring.

Senior law "Crease" dance Michigan
Union 8:00 o'clock.
Chemistry department class dance,
Packard academy, 8:30 o'clock.
Union membership dinner, Michigan
Union, 5:30 o'clock.
Consul-General Alfred Geissler speaks
at Bismark celebration, Hill audi-
torium, 8:00 o'clock.
Forestry club smoker, club rooms, new
engineering building, 7:30 o'clock.
Women's gymnastic demonstrations
and games, Barbour gym,
DETROIT WOMEN ESTABLISH
FUND TO PURCHASE BOOKS
Organization Votes to Devote $50 Each
Year to Buy German Books
for University

SPE~AK AT niNN~En
Program of Union Membership Dinner
to Be Featured by Missouri
Professor
HOUR CHANGED rO 5:30 O'CLOCK
Prof. W. H. Hamilton, of the eco-
nomics department, will be the fac-
ulty speaker at the membership din-
ner to be held at the Union tomorrow
night at 5:30 o'clock..
Prof. H. J. Davenport, of the Univer-
sity of Missouri, and one of the three
foremost economists in the country,
will appear on the program, provided
he arrives in Ann Arbor on Wednes-
day. He is scheduled to deliver a spe-
cial lecture before the economics class-
es on Thursday.
Anthony Whitmire, of the school of
music faculty, will render several so-
los on the violin.. A talk on the inside
facts of the opera will be given by ei-
ther K. B. Koch, '14, or W. A. Diekema,
'14. The Mimes will present a short
skit, and a three piece orchestra, un-
der the direction of H. C. Rummel, '14,;
will play while the dinner is being
served.
THREE CHANGES ARE MADE ..
IN MAKE-UP OF TRIP-CLUB
Personnel of Glee Club is Altered by
Inability of Men to Take
Coast Tomr' '

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LINKS

The Borussengesellschaft, of De-,
troit, an organization consisting of
prominent society women, voted at its
recent meeting, to establish an annual
fund of $50 to purchase modern Ger-
man books for the University library.
Prof. Warren W. Florer, of the German
department, Librarian Theodore W.
Koch and Mrs. Henry R. Fuller, presi-
dent of the Detroit society, will form
the committee to make the choice of
books, which will consist of the best
German novels and dramas.
The society will be represented at
the Bismark celebration tomorrow ev-
ening. The members will be entertain-
ed at the sororities during the day..
Among those who will be present are
Mesdames Henry R. Fuller, William
H. Dunlap, Edwin Denby, Cornelius
Pacy, Edward Gott, Edward Merritt,
Albert Freschl and Edward Stair, wife
of the owner of the Detroit Free-Press.
WOMEN ARE SUBPOENAED TO
ATTEND SENIOR LAW DANCE

team, several men who have had con-
siderable experience were found. Her-
rington, a Denver product, is touted as
a wizard at third. Maltby, who show-
ed splendid form as a first baseman
on the early Varsity squad but is in-
eligible owing to the one year resi-
dence rule, is also among the number.
Payette, a sensational pitcher on the
Olivet college nine, last year, is an-
other.
' Following is the list of men who
signed up last night for the various
positions:
Catchers-Gardner, McKinney,Beery,
Arentz, Earle, Bennett, Feek and Hill.
Pitchers-Payette, Waldo, Paterson,
Thomas, Rapport, Lee, Laanen, McNa-
mara, Wright, Fitzgerald, Bailey,
Richardson, Flynn, Day, Codd, Hooner,
Atwood, Gibbs.
First base-Maltby, Ross, Pollock,
Andrus, Davidson, Bertolero, Lamond,
Newell, Finkbeiner, and Dougherty.
Second base-Crane, Hunter, Birm-
ingham, Cohn, White, Burns, Wurz-
burger, Lounsbury, Trost, Zeiger, Tal-
bot, Shattuck, Boyd, McKinstry, Pol-
osky and Bell.
Shot stop-Zewadski, Whitemarshi,
Hadsell, Mallick, Kerr, Wishard, Ved-
der, Reed, McIsaac, Waterbury, Mc-
Graw, Pollock and Breitfield.
Third base-Harrington, Rowan, Ke-
nago, Kohr, Wurster, Brownell,
O'Brien, Shelley, Martin, Beery, Whal-
en and Schmidt.
Outfielders - Krauss, Campbell,
Dunne, Baskins, Coryell, Rice, Schoep-
fie, Handshaw, Anderson, Smith, Ber-
nard, Niemann, Taylor, Hornberger,
Levinson, Kemper, Cutting, Fullen-I
wider, Kaufman, Campbell, and H. R.
Bernard.
The meeting was changed at the
last moment and those who went to
the gymnasium and did not get their1
names in, pan leave them at the ath-
letic office for Coach Lavans.
TIWREE SPEAKERS ADDRESS
LARGE SUNDAY AUDIENCES
Bishop Williams, Dean Sumner, and
J.T.Schermerhorn Discuss Modern c
Conditions,

INJURIES Hi
VARSITY TI
IN SHOR
Two Veterans Are Crip
Between Lundgren's '[
in Second Outd

Still a profound secret, guarded
safely by the junior women, the name
and nature of the tenth annual play
given in honor of the seniors, will be
revealed when the curtain rises on the
first performance, at 8:00 o'clock to-
night in Sarah Caswell Angel! hall.
About 65 junior women will take
part in the play, a musical comedy in
two acts, written by Louise Markley.
There are a number of attractivetchor-
uses, and the songs are said to be
particularly catchy. The lyrics, for
the most part, were also written by
Miss Markley, and most of the music
was composed by Earl V. Moore, of the
school of music faculty. The manage-
ment and staging of the play are in
the hands of Prof. H. A:xKenyon, and
a large executive committee, of which
Vera Burridge is chairpiana,.
Besides seniors, who are, the guests
of honor, all junior vq ien, a limited
number of sophomores, freshmen, and
town women, will be accommodated
at tonight's performance: Those who
are not able to attend, may see the
play at 4:00 o'clock Thursday after-
noon, April 2, preceding the women's
banquet.
SOCIETIES SELECT TEAMS
FOR ANNUAL CUP DEBATES
Victor Sugar, '15, Harry G. Gault,
'15, N. E. Pinney, '16, and G. M. Coul-
ter, '16, alternate, were chosen for the
Adelphi cup debating team last night.
Inter-society preliminaries will be held
between Jeffersonian and Adelphi on
April 17, and between Webster and
Alpha Nu on April 18. The winners of
these contests will meet in a final Cup

Three last minute changes have beenj
necessitated in the personnel of the
musical clubs, which leave for the&
coast the latter part of this week.
George Moritz, '15, will be prevented
from going because of his knee, which
was injured during the opera tryouts.
S. S. Scott, '14P, has been appointed in
his place. R. V. Allman, grad., has
been called home because of the death
of his father, and will be unable to
return in time for the tour, so H. R.
Williams, '15L, was substituted. The
third change was made when Edward
Kemp, '12-'14L, announced that the
press of collegiate work would keep
him in Ann Arbor over vacation. His
place will be taken by E. W. Chap-
man, '15.
Owing to these shifts the Varsity
quartet will consist of Westerman,
Gould, Sikes and Bromley, while the
Midnight Sons' quartet will be chang-
ed to include Barnett, Scott, Fellows
and Johnson.

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Poor Support Cos
in Brush
of1

debate before the Oratorical associa- T:
tion in University Hall on May 5. *of a
Following Lre the other Cup debat- son
ing teams: Jeffersonian-J. T. Sloan, strt
'15L, W. J. Goodwin'- '16L, andA W. 1. Mai
Bruc}ner, '16L; Webster--A. J. Mick- ,as
elson, '16L, P. G. Eger, '16L, and D. W. and
Ogilbee, '16L; Alpha Nu-E. J. Engle, the

Yesterday was blue 1
Varsity baseball camp.
Sheehy, lone veterans it
and outfield department;
each suffered injuries i
on South Ferry field.
A foul tip from Soddy
flesh on Baer's little fir
protruding from the sp
physician attending the:i
a slight fracture was
this cannot be definitel
until the X-ray prints
Should Baer be unab:
southern trip, Michigan
out a veteran behind th
Lundgren, however, lean
that Baer's finger is mei
and optimistically expe
backstopping dean will
south.
The other injury of yes
tice was sustained by Sh
fered a tightening of the
ankle which has been x
for some time. He was
undergo the arc light tre

wild

'14, M. C. Briggs, '14, and
'15.

Fries,

night at
of New

Gym

meeting of the Univer-
an Golf association to-
>phy room of Waterman
7:00 o'clock, the terms
nt arranged by the asso-
s and the directorate of
' Golf club will be pre,
nembers. j
o the agreement, 30 of
f the university associa-
mitted to the privileges
The admission fee has
$8.00 and the students
be recommended by the
secretary of the associ-
d Rowe, director of in-
ities. At the tonight's
1 of 30 will be made up,'
o appear tonight will
ected to go in under the

Subpoenas have been served on
women of the university, to appear be-
fore the "Chancery Court of Cupid," at
8:00 o'clock Wednesday night, at the
Michigan Union. They will either have
to excuse- their misdemeanors or serve
their sentence by dancing with divers
seniof laws for several hours. Num-
.bers of the annual humor magazine of
the law department, "The Crease," will
be given out as programs. Prof. Evans
'1Hbrook and Mrs. Holbrook will chap-
erone the party.
Interscholastic Booklets Nearly Ready
The booklets which Manager Koontz,
of the interscholastic, is issui g are in
the hands of the printer, and proof is
being read on them. By the middle of
the week they will be sent to the high
schools which have shown their in-
terest in the event by replying to the
postal cards sent out about two weeks
ago.
Handball Teams Qualify for Semi-final
The following teams have qualified
for the semi-finals in the doubles of the
handball tournament: McQueen and
Werum,Bailey and Giddings,Kehoe and
Cohn, Peddicord and Stanton, Rey-
nolds and Tandy, Bonilla and Trisler,
Robertson and Ferguson, and Butler
and Thomas.

The regular trip clubs with

"The final root of personal rfligion
I is faith in a living God" declared Bish-
op Charles D. Williams, of Detroit, in
his sermon to the confirmation class
at St. Andrew's church Sunday. At
the evening service, Dean Walter T.
Sumner, of Chicago, Ill., defined social
service as "the study of character un-
der adversity and the attempt to re-
move such adversity." He emphasized
the need of regulation marriage by re-
stricting it to the physically fit, bet-
ter conditions for women in industry,
lessening child labor, and the suppres-
sion of organized vice.
James T. Schermerhorn, editor of
the Detroit Times,spoke before a pack-

the

changed roster, will appear at the af-
ternoon concert which will be given
in Hill auditorium Thursday.
DR. STO1KES WILL SPEAK AT
RESEARCH CLUB'S MEETING
The junior research club will meet
in the minerology laboratory at 8:00
o'clock tonight.. Dr. John H. Stokes
will speak on "Recent Advances in the
Study of Syphilis." At a recent meet-
ing the eligibility for membership was
changed so as to include those engag-
ed in research in applid science as
well as pure science. With this change
fifteen men, graduate and senior engi-
neers, were initiated.
CLASS OF 1917 WANT DANCE
AS NEW ANNUAL FUNCTION
A 1917 class dance, similar to the
soph prom and the junior .jamboree,
is under consideration by the fresh lit
and engineer social committees. If
the consent of the faculty is gained,
the party will be given at some time
this spring at the Armory. Should it

EN!) Of KENTUCKY STRIKE
SAVES )LICHlGAN SCHEDULE
Fears that Michigan would be forced
to alter the opening date of this year's
baseball schedule were dispelled Sun-
day by the settlement of the baseball
players strike at Kentucky State uni-
versity.
More than 1,000 students of the
southern institution contributed fifty
cents apiece to the athletic fund, and
the faculty then approved the sched-
ule. Failure to ratify it led to the
strike of the players.
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES
START SECOND CONFERENCE
Plans have been made for the forma-
tion of an interfraterrity confcrence of
the professional fraternities, to corres-
pond to the general inter-fraternity
conference. The following committees
have been announced by C. D. Pills-
bury, '14H: constitutional committee-
E. W. Haislip, '14L, chairman, H. C.
Allen, '_6H, B. B. McCash, '15L; exec-
utive committee, F. H. Lamb, '14M,
chairman, R. V. Hadley, '14H, Karl
Mchr, '15L, C. Ditchy, arch., V. F. Mc-
Intyre, '14P, J. G. Shaffer, '14D.
Frelshmen Must Make Up Gym Classes
Credit in gymnasium work will not
be given freshmen unless they make
up all delinquencies this week, accord-
ing to Dr. May. Classes will be dis-
continued after spring vacation, so all
men must report at the Director's of-
fice before Friday to see about their
work.

let three runs around in the
frame.
Lundgren lined up his teams
lots: Maize-Soddy, p; Hip
Howard, 1b; McQueen, 2b; Ba
Labodie, 3b; Graham, lf; She
Benton, rf. Blue-Davidson, p
c; Lehr, 1b; Powell, 2b; Le
ss; Price, 3b; Robinson, If;
ance, cf; Saler, rf.
MICHIGAN SCHOOLMASTEE
CLUB MEETS HERE TOM
Registrar Hall's Office Set A
headquarters and Burei
of Information
The 49th annual conventioi
Michigan Schoolmasters' clu
-pen in Ann Arbor tomorrow n
Headquarters for the conven
be in Registrar Hall's office
versity hall, where rooming 1
be kept and all information gi
Students may obtain tickets a
them to all meetings of the con
free, of charge by applying a
trar Hall's office.
A complete program of the s
and meetings of the convention
published in tomorrow's issue
Michigan Daily.
DE AN V.C. VAUGHAN TO SPE
TO CAMPAIGN COMM
Dean V. C. Vaughan and A.
man, '14, will speak at the me
the committee of 60, of the 24
Day Club in Newberry hall,
this afternoon. The 10 captains
the campaign for the suppor
Busrah mission in Arabia '
elected.

truction of Stadium Progresses
th about half of the foundation
for the new stadium on Ferry
filled, the erection of forms, to
in the concrete as it is poured for
uperstructure, will start tomor-
A concrete mixer -will soon be
led under the high derrick, and
:onstruction proper of the stand
e ground will be commenced by
rst week after spring vacation.

ed house at the Majestic theater. He prove a success, attempts will be made
depicted an ideal community, which in- to make the function an annual affair,
corporated the best features of city and it will be dubbed with some ap-
life in America, propriate name.

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HILL AUDITORIVM TVESDAY, MARCH SIat, 8 P.M,

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