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RELAY MEN WILL
Training table for the tr n k '-quad
will start next Tuesday, at the Michi-
gan Union, according to Trainer
"Steve" Farerll. The early start is for
the benefit of the half milers, who will
remain over the vacation period to get
in shape for the two mile relay at the
Penn games, scheduled for the last
week in April.
"esides the seven or eight candidates
for the two mile relay team, it is ex-
pected that several other members of
the Varsity squad will remain over.
Although it now looks as if only the
two-mile team would be carried, in-
stead of both a two-mile and a fresh-
man relay team, as was done last year,
a few men may be entered in special
The shot put, discus throw, 100-yard
dash, high jump, pole vault, and hurd-
les are the events held at the Penn-
sylvania carnival, separate from the
regular relay races. Capt. Kohler will
undoubtedly take the trip to compete
in the weights, and it is probable that
the star dash trio, Seward, Smith, and
Bond will go to run in the dash.
Cercle Francais has selected for its
annual spring play Henri Bernstein's
"L'Assaut," which had its first per-
formance in the Theatre National de
l'Odeon, April 17, 1912. The play will
be presented April 30, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
"L'Assaut" is the work of one of the
foremost contemporary French drama-
tists, and has been an unqualified suc-
cess on the French stage. The subject
of thle Ilay is the att empit of one p;oll-
tician to double-cro aother.
In presenting a strictly modern dr-
ma, the Cercle is departing somewhat
frm iits tradition, which as hitherto
favore~d the older classical works.. The
play will be presented undr the direc-
tion of Mr. Rene Talamon. The chiet
parts have already been assigned, re-
hearsals are under way, and a full
announcement of the cast will be made
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With the Chicago production of "A
Model Daughter" but four days off, a
large number of details are being ar-
ranged by those in charge in prepara-
tion for the departure. At 7:15 o'clock
tonight, Pres. Harry B. Hutchins will
talk to the men of the opera and the
musical clubs in University hall. To-
morrow night at 6:45 o'clock, both the
cast and chorus will go through a
snappy "signal practice" at the Union.
In addition to the men in the musi-
cal clubs, who will meet the "troupe"
in Chicago, there will be a total of
about 80 to make the trip. A large
number of Ann Arbor people will see
the show in Chicago, and numerous
theater parties have been planned by
the alumni. C.. S. Bartholf, '80, father
of Herbert Bartholf, '16E, a member of
the chorus will entertain 14 alumni
and their wives in the Tower Room of
the Union League Club before the
FORES ERS LE AVE PORTRAIT
OF PROF. ROTH AS MEMORIAL1
As evidence of esteem for their chief,
the postgraduate class of the forestry
department has voted to leave a bust
portrait of Professor Filibert Roth,
head of the department, as a memorial.
The portrait will be hung in the for-
estry department of the new science
building when it is completed. Until
then it will be kept in the forestry de-
partment in the engineering building.
Fencers May Meet Detroit Y. X. C. A.
Captain Mattson, of the fencing team,
is trying to arrange for a dual match
with the Detroit Y. M. C. A. Negoti-
ations have been pending for some
time,and Mattson expects his team will
meet the Detroiters within the next
Prewfer JIior System in F xaninations
Prof. E. R. Turner's class in English
history 2A, decided yesterday to take
the mid-semester examination, to be
given next Thursday morning, under
the hoonr system. Only two students
preferred not to enter.
UNI VERSITY NOTICES
Mandolin club rehearsal at 7:00
o'clock tonight, in University Hlall
TEACHERS TO ASSEMBLE AT 49TH
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graduate school of Princeton, will ad-
dress the meeting to be held Friday
evening in Memorial hall on "The
Results of the New Course of Study at
Princeton." "Practical Psychology Ap-
plied to Telephone Operators" will be
the subject of an address by Mr. R. C.
Sackett, of the Michigan State Tele--
phone Co., before the psychology con-
ference in the high school, at 2:00
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Headquarters of the convention have
been established in the registrar's of-
fice in University hall, and a complete
list of rooms, and other information
can be obtained there. Admission to
all of the meetings is by badge only.
Any students wishing to attend any of
the meetings may obtain an admission
badge from the registrar's office.
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I'r E. Liberty St.
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Tear off thefront of a Fatima,
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Cigarette package. on the
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drop it into the Ballot Box
which you will find in any
tobaccostore. Package fronts
have the following values:
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Piedmont - 20 votes
Satin . 4O'votes
Votes will be collected and
counted at the end of each
week and the results will be
announced on Bulletin Boards
and in these advertisements.
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Anyone can vote-but only
students of this crilege are
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Standing of Nominees
C.E. Shatloer -
R.J. Baker * - -
Varsity Tailor 117 E. Liberty tt. --
That there is a favorable outlook for
_- the federal government to cooperate
with the state of Michigan in a more
d(,fined plan to protect Michigan's for-
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The best Peters, chief of the state co-operation
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