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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914.

PRICE F

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IT FIRST
EE TODAY

nappy Music toI

) LEAVE ON
N TRIP TOMORROW
to Accommodate State
s; Doors Open
:30 O'clock
Model Daughter" and
ras, original novelties,
res, together with rag-
n, will be emphasized]
ell matinee concert of
ee and Mandolin club,
.t 4:15 o'clock, indHill
cket sale figures idi-
imense hall will again
ear the musical. clubs
ular repertoire.
to be used at this af-
will be exactly the
o be presented in 12
wring April. The club
1 Rapids, Friday after-
lock, from which town
icago to participate in
tainment there Satur-
r stops will be made at
r, Laramie, Salt Lake
teley, Pasadena, Gia-

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Junior lit dinner, Michigan Union, 6:00
o'clock.
Women's Alumnae banquet, Earbour
gym, 6:30 o'clock.
Commerce club dance, Granger's, 8:15
o'clock.
Popular Glee and Mandolin club con-
cert, Hill auditorium, 4:15 o'clock.
Junior law dance, Michigan Union,8:00
o'clock.
Complimentary faculty concert, Hill
auditorium, 8:00 o'clock.
Junior girls' play, Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall, 4:00 o'clock.
Canadian club dance, Packard acad-
emy, 8:00 o'clock.
LITS FEATURE OPERA HITS
AT CLASS BANQUET TONIGHT'
Music from "A Model Daughter,"
will feature the junior lit banquet to-
night, at the Union. J. B. Catlett, '15,
will speak. Professors David Friday, of
the economics department, and John
R. Bruhnm, of the rhetoric department,
will be the faculty guests. Tickets are
selling for 60 cents.
STARS GALORE ON
MYTHICAL TEAMS
Annual Selection of Two All-Campus
Squads Shows Basketball of
High GradeI

BLANSHARD .EAVES
TO ENTER CONTEST
Opportzniy to 11e4ar eprent atie's
1T k at Newberry 1101
TIoday
P1Rt)F. l' T 11E 01) ) MA KES 'TRI P
Paul B. Blanshard, '14, will leave for
Chicago this afternoon where he will
represent Michigan in'the Hamilton

ELIGIBILITY MAY
ALTER DIXIE TRIP

P-reside-l nt rituls ngel
Pres. hutchins Will Greet
Banqueters

and I

GOVERNOR CAN NOT ATTEND

'oah Lundgren Still Uncertain
to Men Available For
Trip South

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F'Olft'ELN PLAYERS WILL 60
With the ineligibility ghost hanging
over his head, Coach Ilundgren may
not be certain just what 14 athletes

Oratorical contest before the lHamil- I will take the Dixie trip until a few

ton club, a Republican political organ-
ization, tomorrow night.
The delegates of the universities rep-
resented, and their speeches follow:
Northwestern-Lisle M. Albricht, "The
.American Ideal"; Iowa--Ben G. Swab,
"The Fourth Pillar"; Michigan-Paul
13. Blanshard, "The Pulpit and the So-
cial Situation"; Wisconsin - Gustave
Wright, "Social Insurance."
An opportunity to hear Blanshard's
oration will be given in a public hear-
ing in Newberry hall at 1:30 o'clock
today. Prizes of $100 and $50 will be
awarded for first and second places.
Before the contest, a banquet will be
tendered to the speakers and the fac-
ulty representatives who accompany
them. Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of
the Oratory department, will be pres-
ent.
Michigan has won two of the six
Hamilton contests. L. D. David, '14L,
:Michigan delegate last year, secured
second place.
M11 ES DTFSIRE 191: ,OPEIAIt

HEALTH BUR

PLANS SYST
OF SANITAl

hours before thl party leaves Friday
evening. It is still hoped that at least
all of the veterans will be able to make
the trip, however, and the Michigan
tutor refuses to cross any bridges un-
til he reaches them.
After but three days of outdoor prac-
tice the rain of yesterday forced the
squad to remain indoors. Lundgren
giving his men a rule quiz and using
the blackboard for the discussion of
plays. Indications are that the team
will be kept indoors again today, with
a Friday practice hardly probable. In
the past few years most of the teams
have gone south with less practice,
however, and Captain Sisler's -men
should give a good account of them-
selves if the eligibility trouble does
not play havoc with the veterans.
The Wolverine party, consisting of
14 players, Coach Lundgren, Varsity
Manager Emmons and Athletic Direc-
tor Partelme will leave at 7:35 o'clock
Friday evening. The training schedule
consists of eight games, opening with
Kentucky State at Lexington, April 4,
and closing at Notre Dame, April 13.

Contrary to expectations Governor
Woodbridge N. Ferris will not be able
to attend the women's banquet tonight
with President-Emeritus J. B. Angell
and President H. B. Hutchins. These
three men were to respond to toasts at
the banquet, but the governor was sud-
denly prevented from being present.
Florence Barnard, '95, of Saginaw,
will be toastmaster. Nellie Gold-
thwate will speak on "The Efficient
College Woman". and Grace Milliard
upon the "Detroit Situation." Marjo-
rie Nicolson will represent the under-
graduate women. '.Selections will be,
featured by the Girls' Glee club.
Provision has been made to enter-
tain 800 people. A special car will be
provided for those intending to attend
"Disraeli" at the Whitney theater. The
dinner will be preceded by the second
performance of the junior girls' play,
"The Treasure of Toule." Stereoptican
views of the proposed residence halls
will be exhibited.

harold S. hlulbert's Suggest
Acted on by hlealth Sor
and New Idea Will
Be Tried
ANY BODY OF STUDENTS l
CHOOSE OWN "SAND
3eeting of Representatives
Held Soon; Faculty
to Talk
Tentative plans are now ui
for the placing of represent
the health service in all of the

ties,

sororities house -

FERRIS UNABLE TO
TALK TO_'VISITORS
Oer 200 Teachers Register Yesterday;
Will Reach 800 Mark
Today,

1)E A N

COOLEY SPEAKS

eturning LAY'ANS CAPTAINS FIRST. FIVE
t today's First Team Second Tean'
le at 15 Lavans,'14M (C)..F ..McClellan, '15L
Wahr's, Stuart,'15.........F .... Melvin, '15D
lice this Brush, '14E....... C....... Closz, '171
Jo seats Marsh,'15.......G Paterson,'14E,(C)
nce sale Warner,'16.....G...... Pearce, '14
This year's All-Campus basketball
will be teams were picked with the idea of
the con- choosing the best players from all de-
o'clock. partments, while at the same time giv-
d r ta

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rooming houses on the thel
Several years ago, a heall
was introduced in the Phi De
house, by Harold S. Hulbert,
lowing an epidemic of typh
among its members. At this I
a "sanitarian" was elected
the health of the members. 'I
service has for some time bee
ering enlarging the scope of
by some such control of
measures among house grou
plan of . electing a responsib
is contemplated. At regular
these representatives will be
ed by the health service sta:
prominent members of the me
engineering faculties.
The representative will be
son best fitted for the positic
times, perhaps, a medical st
one who is qualified to be of s
such matters. He will be 6
hold office for the entire year
A meeting of the represent
the student organizations wil
ed immediately upon openin
regular university session. 1
t'angements will be made at t

LIIimoaaLe
ichers, here
vention.

HERE

Sterling, one of America's
magazine writers and poets,
ak in Tappan hall, Tuesday,
at 4:00 o'clock on "California
' Admission will be free and'
.1 invitation has been extend-
public. Mr. Sterling is com-
e city to visit Edward N. Hy-
ear Mr. Sterling won second
the Lyric Year contest against
ierican competitors, in which
10,000 poems were submitted
deration. He has been a fre-
nitributor to The Century, The
nerican Review, The Atlantic
Harper's Monthly and The
rling is a member of the fam-
iel colony of literary men and
rhich is located in California.
rsonally acquainted with Joa-
er, Charles Warren Stoddard
alk will deal largely with the
,alifornia writers with' whom
een associated.
unt-Ha Club Meets Tonight
oard Secretary Van Dis of the
A. will have charge of the
of the Haho-went-ha club,
of university students, who
in the annual summer camp
the state Y. M. C. A., tonight
'clock, at the city association

ing consideration to the showing of the
teams upon which the men played.
The grade of basketball played in
this year's series is by far the best
shown in the last three years, and any
of the four teams which won their
numerals-junior lits, senior engi-
neers, senior lits, or junior laws-
would compare favorably with the av-
erage college team.
Aside from the centers chosen, Zav-
itz, '14, and Shattuck, '17, deserve spe-
cial mention. A wealth of forward ma-
terial appeared in the series. In addi-
tion to the men chosen, the following
were efficient scorers for their teams:
Coveney, '14E; Chapman, '15; Statz,
'16M; Watson, '16; Baker, '14; and
Codd,. '17.
At guard the honor roll is almost as
large. Kennington, '16L; Richardson,
'17; Gonne, '17M; Maulbetsch, '17P;
Towers, '14L; and Kennedy, '14L, were
defensive stars of their different teams.
A number of men who have gained
distinction in other fields of athletic
endeavor starred in the basketball
games. Among these were Ex-Captain
Paterson, All-Fresh Baseball Coach
Lavans, football Reserve Coach Ken-
niedy, Captain Maulbetsch, of the All-
Fresh eleven, and Watson, who holds
the wrestling title of the university.
The junior literary team, which won
the campus title this year, was award-
ed the Jarvis cup, in addition to hav-
ing their names engraved on the Druid
trophy.
Wireless Station Compiles Statistics,
The university wireless station is
making out several reports for the
committee for radiotelegraphic inves-
tigation of the British Association for
the Advancement of Science. The
blanks show all exceptional sendings

lloa rd IDeelines Invitallion 0p Aliini i
to Show in Grand taids
on iay 16
Books for the 1915 opera must be
submitted on or before April 28, and
the committee of the Mimes desires to
impress upon the prospective authors
that no contributions will be accepted
after that date. Words and lyrics for
the first act and a synopsis of the
second act are required at that time.
An award will be made as soon after
that as practical so that the successful
writer will be able to start immedi-
ately on the completion of the book.
The board of directors of the Union
decided yesterday not to accept the in-
vitation of the Grand Rapids alumni to
present the opera in that city on May
16. The Chicago trip will start Fri-
day ~night at 10:30 o'clock. Final re-
hearsal of the entire company will be
held at the Union tonight at 6:45
o'clock.
ILLINOIS CLUB MEMBERS
ASKED TO ALUM NI DIN NER
The Central Illinois University of
Michigan Alumni Association has ex-
tended an invitation to all Illinois club
men who intend to be in Springfield on
April 7, to attend its fourth annual
dinner. It will be held at the St.
Nicholas Hotel at 7:30 o'clock. Presi-
dent B. I3. Hutchins will be present,
and former Governor Yates, president
of the association will preside. Those
intending to take advantage of this
banquet should notify Judge C. H. Jen-
kins, Court house, Springfield, Ill.,
Work on Busrat- Mission is Launched
Dean V. C. Vaughan and Prof. J. P.
Bird spoke in support of the Busrah
mission in Arabia at the dinner and
meeting of the Twenty-Four Hour a
Day club Tuesday night. The election1
of the ten captains, who are to directI
the campaign for support was held,.
and the committee consists of Frank1
Murphy, '14L, J. IA. Wilkins, '14, J. B.
Helm, '14L, George P. McM3hon, '16,
A. C. Dennison, '15, I K. Immel, Rus-
sell Judson, '14, B. W. Welch, '17, and
Heary C. Rummel, '14.i

NO I N A THN G COMITTEE
O1 UNION IS APPOJNTEI)
'three Men For Each Office, Faculty
IWireetors and Secretary Will
Be Nominated
Bruce Bromley, '14, chairman, R. W.
i ixel, '14L, R. H. Braun, '14E, H. S.
H'ulbert, '14M, and S. S. Scott, '14P,
representing the combined depart-
ments, comprise the committee select-
ed to make the nominations for the
1914-1915 officers of the Michigan Un-
ion. The committee was appointed by
President Selden Dickinson, '13-'15L,
and was ratified by the board of direc-
tors at its meeting yesterday after-
noon.
It is the duty of the committee to
nominate three men each for the offices
of president, vice president, for each
department, and recording secretary.
whey also nominate the faculty men for
.he board of directors and for financial
,ecretary. The complete list of nomi-
ees will be announced shortly after
-pring vacation.
1I1TC'IINS BND RATES WILL
GO TO KANSAS GATHERING
Dean H. M. Bates will accompany
Pres. H arry B. Hutchins to Kansas
City tomorrow to attend the alumni
meeting there. On their return they
xill stop at Springfield, Ill., for the
=alumni dinner of the Central Illinois
alumni organization in that city. Deans
NI. E. Cooley, and J. R. Effinger, with
i)ean Bates and President Hutchins
will attend the big Chicago alumni din-
ner, April 23.
ffivhigan Is Largest State University
University of Michigan is listed first
as to the number of students enrolled
among the state-aided institutions of
higher learning by the United States
bureau of education, according to a
recent report issued from Washington,
D. C. Michigan is credited with 4,930
students, Minnesota, 4,889; Illinois,
4,843; California, 4,806; Cornell, 4,596;
Wisconsin, 4,149; Nebraska, 3,261;Ohio
State, 3,119; Missouri, 2,444, and Wash-
ington, 2,289.

Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris will
be unable to address the convention of
the Michigan Schoolmasters' club,
which is now in session. The commit-
tee in charge of the convention pro-
gram has not announced any one to
take his place on the program.
At the close of the registration office'
last evening, 210 teachers had register-
ed. The delegation from Detroit is
expected this morning, and with dele-
gations from several other cities will
swell the total registration to nearly
the 800 mark by tonight. A few dele-
gations will not arrive until Friday
morning.
A general session of the convention
will be held at 10:00 o'clock this morn-
ing in Hill auditorium. The meeting
will be in charge of J. M. Frost, pres-
ident of the Schoolmasters' club, and
will be addressed by Dean Mortimer
E. Cooley and Prof. Herbert J. Daven-
port, of the University of Missouri.
Entertainment will be provided this
afternoon for the visiting teachers by
a concert of the Michigan Musical
clubs, to be held in Hill auditorium,
and the Junior Girls' play, to be given
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

TO AIDlRESS ENGINEERS ON
"ALTOLATIC TELEPILONES"
Mr. Arthur Bessey Smith of the Au-
tomatic Electric Company of Chicago,
will speak on "Automatic Telephones"
before the local branch of the Ameri-
can Institute of Electrical Engineers
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in room 348,
new engineering building. Mr. Smith
delivered the same address before the
Detroit-Ann Arbor section of the A. I.
[e. E. in Detroit last week.
SOPH PHAR-13C PRESIDENT'
RECO VEJ S FROM LONG ILLNESS
Howard E. Weaver, president of the
'16 pharmacy class, has recovered from
the septicemial 'infection in his right
leg, which kept him in the university
hospital for three weeks. He was dis-
charged Sunday, and accompanied by
his father, J. C. Weaver, '74, returned
to his home at Greenville, Ohio, to
spend several weeks in regaining his
strength before resuming his work.

ELECT 12 HN

Twelve members of the sen
class were yesterday elected
Order of the Coif, the leadin
honorary society. The select
made by the law faculty and w2
on the scholarship of the re
men.
The men chosen are as follov
B. Barringer, Sydney M. Cook
J. Curry, Grover C. Grismore,
Haller, Clair B. Hughes, Johni
Edward G. Kemp, Louis R.
Harry W.Lippincott, William F
and Stewart S. Wall.
Out of the 12 men selected, c
man has not received his A.B
from a literary school, Stewart
being the lone man without a
Cooperation Coal Buying Is Sup
The consolidation, which wa
ed among the house clubs and
for cooperation in buying yea:
plies of coal, has progressed
yond expectations. A few of the
have not yet responded, especi
sororities and in order to obi
necessary information, all
must be in Friday noon.
Wrestlers Are to have Club an
A movement for the organiz
a wrestlers' club is on foot
purpose of encouraging interco
competition in grappling nex
An effort will be made to sE
coach. Captain Watson has c
meeting to be held immediately
ing the spring recess.

I and all freaks received at the station.

Doors Open 3:45

4:15

IALL SEATS
15 CENTS

Glee and Mandolin Club
arcwcLt Co11Cet
BIGGEST CONCERT OF THE BEST CLUB
TODAY 4:15 TODAY

Hill Audi

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