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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1914.

PRICE FIVE

T

O TO
TOTAL
ONO DAY,

ed Near $2,200 Mark;
les and Sororities

AIGNERS WILL CANVASS
IAINDER OF CAMPUS TODAY
Committee Will Again Meet at
6:00 O'clock Supper
Tonight
hand on the big clock recording
.ds received for the Busrah cam-
swung around a quarter circuit
lay adding $1,000, which brings
end total up to $2,148.25. Fifteen
y and fraternity houses were
last night by teams composed of.
lty man and student and more
300 were obtained from the
rs. Private anonymous gifts
;eople added $300 more.
following is a list of the frater-
Lnd sororities which contributed
ght. Sororities-Alpha Chi Ome-
.00; Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Pi Beta Phi, $22.00; Alpha Phi,
Gamma Phi, $12.00; and Hilary
$12.00; Fraternities: Psi Upsi-
7.00; Beta Theta Pi, $35.00; Al-
igma Phi, $27.00; Xi Psi Phi,
Phi Beta Pi, $16.00 Alpha Delta
6.00; Kappa Sigma, $12.00; Her-
, $9.00; Nu Sigma Nu, $7.00;
silon Rho, $7.00. The remain-
ses will be solicited tonight and

the
and

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Fresh law banquet, Michigan Union.
6:00 o'clock.
Historical recital by Mrs. Geo. B.
Rhead, School of Music, 4:15 o'clock.
Michigan-Adrian baseball game, Ferry
field, 4:05 o'clock.
EvENTS OF TOMORROW
Colorado club smoker, Michigan Union,
7:00 o'clock.
Senior lit class dinner, Michigan Un-
ion, 6:00 o'clocl
Prof. C. E. Eggert lectures in room 101
economics building, 4:00 o'clock.
Mr. Bliss Knapp lectures in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, 8:00 o'clock.
JEANNE D'ARC PAGEANT MAY
BE HELD ON FERRY FIELD
The Jeanne d'Arc pageant will in all
probability be held upon Ferry field in-
stead of Palmer field as previously an-
nounced. The plan to stage the pag-
eant upon the larger field has met with
approval from all the regents but one
and it is his sanction which Is to de-
cide the question.
RAYNSFORD LEADS
DRILL UNDER YOST
Veterans, Scrubs, and Members of All-
Fresh Squad Turn Out For
Sff Practice
COACH PLANS. STRENUOUS DRILL
Captain James Raynsford, absent
from practice on Coach Yost's first ap-
pearanee on Ferry field Monday, led
a big bunch of veteran gridiron men
on to the drill ground, yesterday af-
ternoon for the second work-out under
the Wolverine tutor. -A large propor-
tion of last year's scrubs was out,
while the predominance of yearlings
made it look almost like a 1917 drill.
Several "M" men were in the squad,
Raynsford, Bushnell, Lyons, and Jam-
es all registering in.
Yost sent his men through a hard
grind yesterday, and the flight of the
cold weather which greeted his first
appearance on the practice field made
the work-out of the real spring variety.
The coach expects a practice squad
of more than fifty men for the next
few weeks, and his plans call for a
most strenuous grilling for every can-
didate. Pontius and Torbet of the 1913
Varsity, will assist him in the practice
stunts.
SUFFRAGISTS WILL TRY TO
ENLIST UNIVERSITY WOMEN
The state board of the Michigan
Equal Suffrage association will meet
here Friday and Saturday, at which
time a special effort will be made to
get the university women interested
in equal suffrage. Mrs. Orton Clark,
president, of Kalamazoo, will meet the
women at the Collegiate Sorosis sor-
ority Friday afternoon, to make a per-
sonal appeal for their interest.
NOTED MEN CONTRIBUTE TO
COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE
President H. C. King, of Oberlin col-
lege, and Bernard N. Langdon-Davies,
the popular British peace advocate
who lectured here last year, will be
the principal contributors to the May
number of the Cosmopolitan Student,
which will make its appearance Satur-

day.
Coaley to Evaluate Pere Marquette
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, of the en-

VEREIN PLAY WILL
BE STAGED FRIDAY
Members of Cast Have Had Previous
Experience in Campus
Theatricals

The cast of ",Der Professor als Kauf-
mann" by Gustav von Moser, to be pre-
sented by the Deutscher Verein at Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall, Friday night is
as follows:
Lebrecht Schlegel, Kommerzienrat..

.George A. Grabe,
Karoline, seine Frau .. . .....

TWO DASHMEN ARE
PICKED FOR EAST
Seward and Bond Win Jaunt to Penn
Relay Games to Compete
in Sprint

'16

served in the Methodist
t night and gave their re-
lay the campaigners will not
ed to their lists of prescrib-
>m which to solicit but will,
to canvass the entire cam-
A. Wahr has offered a ten-
to the girl on the winning
a who secures the highest
money and E. E. Calkins has
3.00 box of candy to be giv-
vinning mans' team. A sup-
be served tonight at 6:00
the Methodist church and
gners are especially urged
nt.
)VIES AND SPECIAL
W FEATURE SOPH PROM
he features to be introduced
homore prom Friday night
comedy motion pica
illustrate the popu-
ie Rag." George Mc-
, will sing "The Season of
tten especially for the prom
d W. Fixel, '12-'14L, and E.
ylvester, '17, and several of
>m "A Model Daughter." The
1 begin promptly at 9:00
I the programs will be given

...M. Gertrude Helmecke, '14
Therese, deren Tochter...........
. ...... ....Vera M. Burridge, '15
Reinhardt Schlegel, Professor,.....
...... . .......Erwin Hartung, '14
Pauline, seine Frau . . ............ .
.Elna M. Fredeen, '15
Hedwig, deren Tochter ............
.........Mildred Neuchterlein, '15
Lange, Onkel der beiden Schlegel ..
.................Reuben Peterson, '14
Herr von Haas ...................
..... Robert H. Tannahill, '15
Bruno Berndt, Arzt ...............
......... Oscar C. Klager, '17E
Georg Richter .................
.Carl E. Guthe, '14
Schonemann, Faktotum des Profes-
sor's ........ William J. Hiller, '15
August, Diener.... . ......... . .
.............William M. Laux, '16
Emma, Kammermadchen ........
.................Jean Davidson, '15
Frau Balder, Zimmervermieterin . ..,
.............Leah M. Schueren, '16
Several of the cast have been prom-
inent in college theatricals. Miss Hel-
mecke, Miss Burridge, Miss Neuchter-
lein, and Erwin Hartung have taken
part in former Verein plays, while
Robert Tannahill will appear also -in
the French play this'year. Tickets
will be on sale in room 204 University
hail every afternoon from 2:00 until
4:00 o'clock.
ENGLAND-SCOTLAND SOCCER
CONTEST ATTRACTS 140,000
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Talk about crowds! The attendance
at the annual international Soccer
football match between England and
Scotland, played at Glasgow on April
4, was 140,000. The pressure was so
great that the officials were compelled
to close the gates half an hour before
the kick-off. Soccer is the people's
game; and the gate, at a shilling a
head, amounted to $35,000. Scotland
won by three goals to one, amidst riot-
ous demonstrations of patriotism.
A SCOTCHMAN.
FRESH LAWS HOLD ANNUAL
BANQUET AT UNION TONIGHT
Fresh laws will hold their annual
banquet at 6:30 o'clock tonight at the
Union. W. C. Mullendore will act as
toastmaster. The faculty will be rep-
resented by Prof. J. C. Knowlton and
Prof. H. L. Wilgus. F. M. McHale,
'16L, W. W. Schroeder, '16L, and E. W.
Finkle, '16L, will respond to toasts.
The program will be varied by selec-
tions by an orchestra. Admission for
the dinner, which will consist of six
courses, has been placed at $1.25.
MANY SRNIOU LITS PLAN TO
ATTEND LAST CLASS DINNER
Indications point to the fact that the
senior lit dinner to be held at the
Michigan Union at 6:00 o'clock tomor-
row night, will be unusually well at-
tended. In view of the dinner being
the last one of the year, preparations
are being made to accommodate an un-
usually large number. Single tickets
at 50 cents or regular course tickets
will admit.
Forestry Club Will Meet Tonight
"Mining in the National Forests" is
the subject of a talk to be given at the
meeting of the Forestry club at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 407 engineer-
ing building. The Foresters' field day
program will be discussed. It is pro-
posed to do away with all water sports
on field day on account of the accident
last year.

TICKETS ON SALE IN U. HALL BROADJUMIPERS FAIL TO QUALIFY

Seward and Bond, by capturing first
and second places respectively in tri-
als held in the hundred yard dash, yes-
terday afternoon, won the trip to Phil-
adelphia to compete in the century
sprint at the Penn relay games. Smith
ended third but a scant foot behind
Bond, all three finishing in a bunch,
in ten seconds flat.
The appearance of the spring breez-
the mark required by Trainer Farrell
to qualify for the trip, none of them
landing over 21 feet. They were under
disadvantages in the trials however,
being forced to use the polevaulters'
pit, to escape jumping into the teeth
of the wind. Cross, the freshman
weight thrower also failed to make the
qualifying distance with the discus.
The relay men were put through the
last stiff training session before the
meet, yesterday, and will take it easy
during the rest of the week.
The appearance of the spring breez-
es gave Farrell the chance to settle all
questions of the makeup of the Mich-
igan squad to be carried, yesterday, al-
though he had first planned to hold
some of the trials over until today. The
invading party is now complete with
the five relay men, the two sprinters,
and Captain Kohler.
MEXICAN WAR NOT TO DELAY
"SPRING" GARGOYLE NUMBER

ZOOLOGISTS TAKE MOTING
PICTURES OF LAMPREY EELS
Prof. J.E. Reighard and P.O. Okkelberg
Introduce Innovation in
Department
Prof. . E. Reighard and Mr. P. 0.
Okkelberg, of the zoology department,
succeeded in obtaining some excellent
moving pictures of Lamprey eels build-
ing their nests and laying their eggs,
last Saturday, thus introducing an in-
novation in the educational methods of
that department. The pictures, which
comprise about 30 feet of film, were
taken at Honey Creek, a small stream
about three miles west of Ann Arbor,
and are the first ever taken by any of
the university faculty for educational
purposes.
Although it is not very probable that
moving picture apparatus will be in-
stalled in the zoology department this
year, the department expects to go
ahead in the production of these films
and thus form a collection depicting
the life and habitat of the various ani-
mals living in and around Ann Arbor.
The films will probably be used for the
first time, when the new science build-
ing is completed, the plans of that
building providing for "movie" appa-
ratus for the zoology department.
ALL-FRESH BASE.
BALL CALLS MANY]

Large Number of Yearlings Turn
For Diamond Practice Under
Coach Lavans

Out

Humor Magazine Will Be Out April;
in Spite of International
Complications

29,

In spite of the chaos occasioned by
the impending war with Mexico, the
Gargoyle management states that,
since the international complications
have in no way interfered with the ad-
vance of spring, the Spring number of
the humor magazine will not fail In
its regularity, and will be issued Wed-
nesday, April 29.
Spring will be treated in every phase
of its manifestation. Buds will blos-
som anew under the stimulus of keen
wit. Love will be clothed in height-
ened glamour by the romance-inspired
pens of Gargoyle scribes. The cover
of the issue, by L. M. Kishlar, is a nov-
el imaginative combination of spring's
greatest joys, and will be rendered in
colors of lavender and black. C. D.
Smith, J. J. Kucera, J. R. Wilson, and
W. H. Grover have united their artis-
tic abilities in the coming number
which promises to be one of the most
attractive of the year.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB TO GIVE
PUBLIC CONCERT AND DANCE
Under the management of Helen
Loman, '14, the 40 members of the
girls' glee club will give a public con-
cert on Saturday, May 9, at 8:00
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The entertainment will be followed by
dancing. There is a possibility that
the girls' glee club may give a joint
concert with the men's club sometime
in May.
SENIOR MEDICS OPPOSED TO
FILLING COUNCIL VACANCY
The sentiment of the senior medic
class at present seems to be opposed
to the election of a new councilman to
take the place of F. A. Lawrence, who
recently lost his seat because of the
"four-absence" rule. The reason al-
leged for taking this attitude is the
shortness. of the term a new man
would have to serve.
Alumna to Tour With Bulgarian Queen
Inez Abbott, '95 A.M. '98, will be the
traveling companion of the Queen of
Bulgaria, when the latter makes her
American tour the last of next month.
The queen will arrive in New York
about May 25 to study American hos-
pital and educational systems. After
her return she expects to establish a
training school for nurses in Sofia,
Bulgaria.,

ALL BUT 30 WILL BE OUT TODAY
More than 150 first year men greeted
Coach Lavans yesterday afternoon
when he appeared for the daily prac-
tice of the freshmen on south Ferry
field. This squad is the largest that
has ever turned out for any athletic
team in the history of Michigan's ath-
letics.
The workout was taken up almost
entirely with batting.practice and the
way the youngsters handled the stick,
convinced Lavans that he will be able
to find enough sluggers in the bunch
not only to make up a good freshman
team but also to fill places on the Var-
sity next spring.
In order to make the squad small
enough to enable personal tutoring of
each man, Lavans will make the first,
cut tomorrow when he will erase all
but 30 names from the roster.
Yesterday was the first time that the
pitchers were allowed to let out, about
twenty of them being given a chance to
shoot them across to the throng of bat-
ters. Corey, a member of last year's
Varsity, took charge of half of the
squad to aid Lavans in getting a line
on the most promising tryouts.
PROF. C. E. EGGERT TO SPEAK
ON VEREIN PLAY TOMORROW
Prof. C. E. Eggert, of the German
department, will deliver a public lec-
ture in English on the annual Deutsch-
er Verein play, "Der Professor als
Kaufmann," at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, in room 101, economics
building.
Senior Engineers to Pay Dues Friday
Senior engineers will have a chance
to pay their dues and memorial assess-
ment Friday,from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock,
and from 1:00 to 3:00 o'clock, in the
corridor near the engineering library.
All the seniors are urged to pay Fri-
day if possible, since all payments
must be made before May 7, if the
name of the member of the class is to
be listed on the invitations.
Michigan Backstop Goes to Kalamazoo
Edgar Wyman, '15E, has accepted the
offer of a berth as catcher on the Kala-
mazoo baseball team, of the Southern
Michigan league, for this season. Wy-
man was a candidate for the backstop
position on the Michigan varsity last
year and the present season.
Christian Scientist Speaks Tomorrow
Mr. Bliss Knapp, C.S.B., member of
the Christian Science board of the
First Church of Christian Science, Bos-
ton, Mass., will give a free lecture to
the public at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow
evening in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

VARSITY NINE
SMEETS ADRIA

Caliber of Visitors Is Little K
But Coach Looks For Closer
Scrap Than Alma
Game
QUAINTANCE OR FERGUSON TO
BE CHOICE FOR MOUND D
Labodie May Start in Left Garde
Prepare Him For Times When
Sisler Hurls
Adrian College will face the Var
today in the first mid-week eng
ment of the season. Quainte
or Ferguson will be the pitching
lection of Lundgren, while Hip
will appear behind the bat for M
gan.
The only doubtful place in the i
Is the left garden. Coach Lundgre
as yet undecided whether he will a
Captain Sisler or Labodle, the yo
ster who performed against Alma
urday. While the Woverine le
will be used regularly in the outfiel
all important games, the coach w
to have a good idea of the apabli
of the men who must fill the capta
shoes when he is on the mound.
If Labodie starts in left field,
Michigan batting order will be sh
up one notch, Labodle batting a
lippler. Otherwise, the lineup wil
,,the same as that which faced Alm
Little is known of Adrian's t
here, as the college was not on
season's schedule. Kalamazoo col:
defeated Adrian 4 to 3 in a game
Kalamazoo Saturday, and Lunds
is therefore looking for better opp
tion than that of the Alma fiasco,.
The lineups of today's game, w
starts at 4:05 o'clock, follow:
Michigan-Sheehy cf, Howard
McQueen 2b, Sisler If, Benton rf,
ker ss, Hughitt 3b, Hippler c, Lab
1f, Quaintance or Ferguson p.
Adrian-Marshall 3b, Rogge ss, 1
2b, Ballard ib, McWilliams ef, Aa
If, Catlin rf, Cliver c, Cliver p. (
stitutes-Wood, Steinield, Teacho
PHI BETA KAPPA NAMES TO
BE REPORTED UPON TOI
Committeemen will report today
the names of senior lits who are
gible to Phi Beta Kappa. It is pri
ble that the names of the men who
to be initiated into the fraternity
be announced the latter part of
week. Arrangements are being in
to have the annual spring banque
the Union on Friday evening, Ma
at which time Prof. George F. Wi
berry, a noted writer of Boston, Ma
will deliver an address before
members.
PRESIDENT AND DEANS TO
ATTEND ALUMNI BANQUJ
gresident Harry B. Hutchins, D
J. R. Effinger, and Dean H. M. B
will go to Chicago tomorrow nigh
attend the Michigan alumni bang
DeanM. E. Cooley, who is at preset
Washington, will also attend the b
quet. On April 25 President Hutc
Dean Cooley and Dean Vaughan wil
present at an alumni banquet 1n :
waukee.
SOPH ENGINEERS TO HOLD
ANNUAL POW-WOW ON MA
At the regular meeting of the i
engineers yesterday, a motion to
elude the soph lits in their second
nual pow-wow to be held May 22
the river was voted down. A res
tion of sympathy was extended by
class to the parents of Roscoe
Brown, '16E, who died last month
tuberculosis. Dr. C. B. Stouffer of
health service gave a talk on first

to the injured.
New Lockers Available for Stud
Lockers in the interclass field hi
on south Ferry field will be opel
students this week, and beginning
day lockers may be secured by app:
tion to Director Rowe. A deposi
50 cents is required for a lock and

PLAYERS T(

for Y. M. C. A.
it, the notice of
J. C. A. officers
ppeared in yes-
Daily, neglected
t I. C. Johnson,
d .for treasurer
. be voted on at
ich will be held

.y.

rsery Benefit Concert
concert for the bene-
rsery, to be given by

ris hall, at 8:00 o'cloc
night, there will be a
Mrs. George Rhead of
music, and Mr. George
will sing two numbers.

ock
pi
th
M

club at Har- gineering departrient, has been ap-
tomorrow pointed by the Michigan Railroad Com-
ano. solo by mission, to make a complete valuation
he school of of the Pere Marquette system, and he
cMahon, '16, has officially appointed Prof. H. E.
Riggs and Prof H. C. Anderson to take
direct charge of the work. * .

Name
The

ttee For Saturday Dance
ing committee will have
- Saturday night dance at
. R. Watkins, '15, chair-
'ilkins, '14, J. C. Leonard,
Eady, '16. Tickets will go'
0 o'clock Thursday after-

Women to Plan Forensic Contests
A meeting of the women interested
in debating and oratory will be held in
room 302, University hall, at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon, to plan oratori-
cal and debating contests for next
year.

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