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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914.

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EVENTS DURING VACATION
Friday, April 3-Dean V. C. Vaughan
will speak at the Y. W. C. A. 7:00
o'clock.
Pro.J S.T atlock lectures in Tap-
pan hall, 4:30 o'clock.
"Lounger," Michigan Union, 7:30
ed o'clock.
Saturday, April 4-Weekly member-
ship dance, Michigan Union, 9:00
o'clock.
Student's aocial, MeMillan hall, 7:00
* o'clock.
re Canadian club dance, Packard Acad-
emy, 8:00 o'clock.
Tuesday, April 7-George Sterling
en speaks in Tappan hall, 4:00
an o'clock.
ti- Cosmopolitan club leaves for spring
of trip D. U. R. station for Detroit,
ins -8:00 o'clock.

ANN ARBOR TO THE SEA!
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Dixie club smoker, Michigan Union,
7:00 o'clock.

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but
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Saturday, April
ship dance,
o'clock.

11--Weekly member-
Michigan Union, 9:00

TROUPE LEAVES
THIS EVENING
FOR BIG SHOW

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Three Special

Cars Will Carry Opera

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ccom-

. tonight in the Ham-
. contest at Chicago.,
t has been accom-
with inadequate fa-
idened in scope and
sity, alutnni and stu-
astituents of the or-
It must attract the
t present men come
- for a certain event.
ding they will come
eisure. hours, under
nces. In a word the
e entire student body
der one roof. Michi-
a university and not
(3) It will offer ac-
r 150 alumni at the

Participants to Windy City
at 10:3I O'clock This
Evening
MUSICAL CLUBS TO ENTERTAIN
SPECTATORS BETWEEN ACTS
Company Will Be Tendered Lunch by
Alumni Club; to Return
On Sunday
Three special ctrs attached to the
regular Michigan Central train leav-
ing at 10:34 o'clock tonight will carry,
the opera company to Chicago, for
their presentation of "A Model Daugh-
ter" at the Auditorium theater tomor-
row night. They will be joined to-
morrow by the Glee and Mandolin
clubs which will render a short pro-
gram of Michigan songs between .the,
acts of the show. The curtain will
rise promptly at 8:00 o'clock to enable
the musical men to catch a train for
St. Louis.
Rehearsal will be held at the thea-
ter during the morning. The entire
company will be entertained by the
alumni at the University club for
lunch. They will also be guests of the
alumni for dinner and after the show
further entertainment has been ar-
ranged. The return trip to Ann Arbor
will start at 3:00 o'clock Sunday
morning.
Late reports indicate that every re-
served seat for the performance has
already been sold and that a capacity
crowd wjill view ,the production.
MIDDLE WEST TO HAVE NEW
HISTORICAL PUBLICATION
Plans were formulated for the pub-
lication of a historical review for the
middle' west, to be known as the "Mis-
sissippi Valley Historical Review," at
a historical conference held recently
in Chicago, which was attended by
representatives from Chicago, lichi-
gan, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana.
G. N. Fuller, Ph.D., '05, secretary of
the Michigan Historical Commission,
who represented Michigan at the con-
ference, has reported that $2,000 has
been subscribed for floating the enter-
prise over the first years. The first
number is slated to appear in June.
Year 1911-1912
Life ........................ 79
Yearly.....................1277
Year 1912-1913
Life ..... ...................... 85
Participating Life.............200
Yea rly ......... .... ....2445
Year 1913-1914
Life .........................102
Participating Life .......... ..1069
Yearly......................2833
Independent Members.........1922
Independents in College.......3383
Fraternity Members........... 906
Fraternity Men in College ......1117
Male Students in College.......4500

Michigan's Glee and Mandolin clubs,
composed of the men who will make
the trip to the Pacific coast, gave a'
farewell concert in Hill auditorium
yesterday afternoon before an audi-
ence of 2,500. "The Victors" and "The
Yellow and Blue" were presented by
the combined clubs.
"Jerry Bones" by Roy Parsons, '14,'
and "If I Could Only Find a Girl" by

The championship of the campus in
the interclass relay series was decid-
ed yesterday afternoon, when the
fresh lits defeated the soph medics in
the final contest of the tournament.'
The quartet composed of Fontana,
Herrick, Burby, and O'Brien made the
fast time of 1 minute, 54 seconds.
These men will each receive a cup for
their share in the victory, as well as
the regular numerals given out by the
athletic association.

BIG CROWD ENJOYS FRESH LITS TAKE
FARE WELL CONCERTI GYM RELAY TITLE

S UIMER SCHOOL BULLETINS
TO BE SENT TO FOREIGNERS
Placrds Displaying Pictures of Cam-
pus' Will Be Mailed to Many
Countries
Through the medium of the summer
school announcement, now being mail-
ed broadcast by clerks in the office of
Acting Dean . H. Kraus, the name
of the University of Michigan will be
proclaimed in the colleges and univer-
sities of many foreign countries.
Bulletin board placards, to the num-
ber of 2,500, displaying pictures of the
Michigan campus and announcing the
prospectus for the 1914 summer
school, are being sent to higher edu-
cational institutions in Canada, South
America, England, France and Ger-
many.
After the spring vacation, many
thousand more of these placards will
be sent to all parts of the United
States, where they will be displayed
in high schools, libraries, colleges and
normal schools, an4in Y. M. C. A's
MEET ATTRACTS
N I NE HUNDRED
Numerous Teachers Attend Lecture by
1l1issou ri Economist, Who Discuss-
es Economical Phase of
Social Problems
OWFI CElRS WILL BE ELECTED
THIS MORNING IN V. HALL
With the addition of the 200 teachers
to be registered this morning, the 49th
annual convention of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' club will shatter all
former records in attendance. Final
accounts of the registrations last night
showed nearly 700 members enlisted
for the event.
Many of the state teachers attended
the lecture given by Prof. H. J. Daven-
porte, head of the department of eco-
nomics at the University of Missouri,
on "The Economics of Ostentation."
Prof. Davenporte has written several
books on economics and is one of the
leading authorities on the single tax.
His lecture consisted chiefly in con-
sidering some of the most vital prob-
lems of our social life which are bas-
ed on economics. He showed that the
house work which women have to do
has decreased with numerous inven-
tions, but the nervous diseases have
increased. that as women have more
time to care for children, they have
fewer of them in their families. Prof
Davenporte said that one of the most
serious problems which we have to
face is the matter of the unmarried
women who are overworkedkuder fed
and who have no joys.
A novel feature of the convention
is the "Biological Lunch" served in
Mason hall by the students in the biol-
ogy department. A real sure-enough
lunch is being served for the sum of
25 cents.
Election of officers for the coming
year, and reports of the present offi-
cers will be the feature of the general
session to be held at 9:00 o'clock this
morning in University Hall. The meet-
ing will be addressed by Charles Mc-
Kenny, president of the State normal
college, Prof. C. 0. Davis, of this uni-
versity, and Charles E. Chadsey, su-
perintendent of -schools in Detroit.
The meeting this evening in Memo-
rial hall will be the final meeting of
'he convention. Prof. Andrew F.

West, dean of the graduate school,
Princeton, will address the meeting on
"The Results of the New Course of
Study at Princeton." Prof. H. A. San-
ders willg ive an illustrated lecture
on "Our Gospels and the Early Man-I
uscripts.".
P1iI L A MBD A UPSIL ON T AKIE S
EIGHT ME N NTO SOCIE TY
The Delta Chapter of Phi Lambda
Upsilon held its eleventh initiation
banquet last Tuesday evening at the
Union, in honor of Ralph E. Christ-!
man, Carl P. Field, Edward M. Hon-
nan, Robert L. Novy, James W. Rob-
inson, Robert F. Smith, Bert A. Stan- !
derline, and Harold E. Wheeler

TO PICK

MAN TILL
Physician's Decision on
Will Determine Wheth
Backstop Or Day
Goes South

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TE IM LEAVES T
EIGhT (8AU

Ferguson, Graham, Rippler,
and Benton Are the Young
Who Will Go
* * * * * * * * *
* The Southern Squad
* Battery men-Captain S
* Baribeau, Quaintance,Fergi
* Hippler, Matson and Baet
* Davidson.
* Infielders-Howard, McQt
* Baker and Hughitt.
* Outfielders-Sheehy, Gra
* and Benton.
* * * * * * * * *
Coach Lundgren will be un
select the fourteenth man
southern trip until noon wh(
physicians will render a final (
on the condition of "Rus" Ba
jured finger. If there is any p
ity of the veteran catcher's
within a few days, Baer will g
with the team. If not, "Bill"
son will be taken as a fifth pit
In addition to the "M" m(
will all make the trip with t

COACH UNABLE

Waldo Fellows, '14, were vigorously -_,_
encored. Other pieces from Michigan DISTANT SCHOOLS TO ENTER
Union operas were rendered by the 13fICHIGAN INTERSCHOLASTIC
glee club.
The mandolin club played a medley Manager Koontz Has Favorable Re-
of popular airs and was followed by plies From Prep Athletes in East
a trio consisting of "Bill" Williams,' and West
-14E, guitar, Gerald Strong,'15E, violin, W
and Frank Wheeler, '15E, cello. In Schools from as far east as West
the comedy line, "Bill" Williams, Virginia and as far west as Wisconsin
with his guitar, and Waldo Fellows, have already signified their intention
on the piano kept the audience lauih- of entering the Sixteenth Annual In-
ing. terscholastic Meet to be held at Ann"
The combined clubs leave tomorrow Arbor on May 22 and 23.
afternoon at 1:19 o'clock over the Manager Koontz has had 400- book-
Michigan Central for Chicago, where lets sent, as prospectuses, to second-
they will entertain at the Auditorium ary schools throughout the country.
between the acts of,."A Model Daugh; It is expected that West Virginia will
ter." be represented and entries from the
following schools are almost certain:
COMPETITION FOR FIELD Adrian, Alpena, Shaw High of Cleve-
POETRY PRIZE ENDS MAY 1 land, 0., Lane Tech of Chicago, Ill.,
University High of Cleveland, 0., East-
The annual Field Poetry contest, for ern of Detroit, Englewood of Chicago,
which $100 in prizes has been offered, il., Detroit University School, Cass
will close May 1. The money is do- Tech of Detroit, Evanston; Ill., Harbor
nated by Nelson C. Field, and the con- Springs, Hillsdale, Lansing, Mendon,
test is open to any undergraduate. Memphis, Otsego, Plainwell public
Contestants may hand in as many po- schools, Richmond, St. Joseph,- Kee-
ems as they wish, and there is no lim- watin, Wis., and Marshall College Pre-
it to their length. Prof. F. N. Scott paratory school of Huntington, W. Va.
will receive all competing material, The meeting of Schoolmasters sched-
and a committee selected from the uled for yesterday afternoon has been
rhetoric department will be the jrdg- changed to the same hour and place
es. for this afternoon, 5:00 o'clock, room
'138, Ann Arbor high school.
(1ONSUL GE NE R A L EISSLE R-
HIGHLY LAUDS UN VERlSTY WLL CONTRIBUTE CONCERT
;PRQCEE1DS TO WO)IEN'S hALL
Consul-General Alfred Geissler of
Chicago, who was the principal speak- KrAccording to word received by Man-,
er at the B3ismarck celebration in ihll aier1 H, Beach Carpenter, '14, the mon-
'auditorium Wednesday evening, left 'y made by the Pasadena alumni by
the city -this morning. the musical club concert, which will
The consul-general was very favor- be given there on Thursday, April 16,
ably impressed with .the university. Will be contributed. toward the wom-
He stated that it greatly surpassed his en~s halls which are soon to be built
highest expectations. He remarked in Ann Arbor.
especially upon the fine discil line in - Any surplus from the St. Louis per-
the gymnasiums and the general good formance.. -will be put toward a schol-
order on the campus. arship fund.

I.

with its small club-house and
I quarters its entertainments
een of no mean 'proportions
ve of dances approximately
;ersons were entertained last
400 different functions. Since
ding of the new addition 30,000
s have been entertained at 150
following table will show the
and the breadth of the organ-
RSHJP OF THE MtICHIOAN
Year 1907-1908

CAPTAIN GEORGE - SISLE]
Leader of 1914 Varsity baseball
which leaves tonight for a
training tiip through the sout!
sible exception of Baer-Ferg
Graham, Hippler, Matson and B
will go south. The coach had the,
outdoors yesterday afternoon f
light workout, despite the' we,
There will be -no practice today.
The veteran hurlers Sisler,
beau and Quaintance, and the y
ster Ferguson, are the four hi
who will surely make the trip,
Hippler and Matson are the cal
sure to go. Benton, who will bE
ried as an outfielder, can be- ue
hind the plate if necessary.
The four veteran infielders ai
only players to be carried as bas
but in case of an accident to any
quartet Graham, listed as an ou
er, can be relied 'on to fill in th
of defense at second, short o~r
In case of an accident to Hc
Captain Sisler can play the initia
The southern training schedulE
sists-of the tilt with the Colonel:
games each with the Universi
Alabama, the University of Ge
and Vanderbilt university in c
and a final game with Notre
April 13.
With the exception of Sheehy
ankle and McQueen's sore arm,
the players are in good shape; 41
trip should be a successful one.
squad, accompanied by Coach
gren, Athletic Director Bartelm
Student Manager Walter Em
'14E, will leave this evening.

.651

Year 1908-1909

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Year 1909-1910
Year 1910.1911

914
54
63
707

.....71
.......1321

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