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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914. PRICE FI

EVENTS FOR TODAY.
Colorado club smoker, Michigan Union,
Y 7:00 o'clock.
Senior lit class dinner, Michigan Un-
INS ion, 6:00 o'clock.
Prof. C. E. Eggert lectures in room 101
economics building, 4:00 o'clock.
Mr. Bliss Knapp lectures in Sarah Cas,-
n Col. well Angell hall, 8:00 o'clock.
on Mr. Richard Fleming speaks in room
348 engineering building, 7:30
o'clock.
100N EVENTS OF TOMORROW

TO HOLD. PAGEANT
ON FERRY FIELDi

MORRIS IS READY
FOR IO CONTEST
Michigan's Peace Orator Will Leave
For Cleveland Inter-State Con.
ferenee Tomorrow

Authorities Grant Permission
Staging of Jeanne d'Are
on Athletie Lot

For I

WILL

ANNOUNCE CAST,

SOON 'TUTOR

ANTICIPATES VICTORYI

have noth-
Aball team
ringan in-

Girls' Educational club meeting, New-
berry hall, 3:00 o'clock.
Tau Beta Pi annual reception, Gran-
ger's, 8:00 o'clock.
Final's in girls' basketball tournament,
Barbour gym, 4:30 o'clock.

asualities, Kalamazoo club smoker, Michigan Un-
olding Ad- ion, 7:00 o'clock.
yesterday Soph Prom, Armory, 9:00 o'clock.
at Vera Informal Saxophone party, Michigan
as many Union, 9:00 o'clock.
an rooters Fencing tournament, fencing rooms,
hopes of Waterman gye.
resterday's Senior lit dinner, Michigan Union, 6:00
ie score as o'clock.
Deutscher Verein play, Sarah Caswell
>r schemes Angell hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Michigan's
ction until PROF. A. E. WHITE COMPILES
Nineteen TESTIMONY ON CONDENSERS
ie Wolver-
heehy fea- Prof. A. E. White, of the chemical
mpts with engineering department, at the insti-
ntributing gation of the Edison Illuminating Com-
pany of Detroit, has compiled expert
atrocities, testimony on condenser tubes to be us-
a walk in ed for private circulation. It is based
oward hit on scientific investigations. The book
man on the contains many valuable micro-photo-
ed his av- graphs, besides other illustrations.
Prof. White was assisted in the com-
,he end .of pilation by Mr. John Grennan of the
by steal- University of Nebraska, Prof. F. N.\
.gagement. Menafee and Prof. A. H. White of this
raging ac- university, and Mr. J. W. Parker, as-
five sacks sistant chief engineer of the Edison
bodie each Illuminating Company.

The Jeanne d'Arc pageant will be
held on Ferry field the evening of May
21 instead of Palmer field as originally
planned. With the consent of Director
P. G. Bartelme, and others of authori-
ty, the presentation of the gigantic pa-
geant before the north stands on Ferry
field is assured.
The reason advanced for the change
in location was that the larger field
is better suited to accommodate the
spectators both in respect to seating
room and the adjacent car lines. Spe-
cial cars will probably be run both on
the electric and steam lines to bring
outside people here for the pageant.
According to Helen Brandebury, '14,
general chairman, the final selection of
the leading parts in the cast will not
be made public until the latter part of
this week, and the drilling of the main
dancing choruses will not start until
the middle of next week. Bids for the
costuming and for the film .making
have met with final decision and are
to be announced soon,
FIRST NUMBER OF TECHNIC
IS READY FOR PUBLICATION
Complete material for the May num-
ber of the Technic, the engineering so-
ciety publication, is in the hands of the
printer. This is the first number this
year and will appear the first week in
May. The engineering exhibit will be
the subject of several feature articles.
Prof. V. F. Verner, of the mechanical
engineering faculty, will contribute an
article on "The Use of Logarithmic
Charts."
This issue will be larger than any
previous ones, containing 100 pages.
It is planned to have the next number
ready the first week of school in the
fall.
TO ENTERTAIN YOST'S TEAM
AT TIME OF HARVARD GAME
Entertainment for Michigan's foot-
ball team, when it goes east to meet
Harvard next fall, is already being
planned, according to dispatches from
Cambridge. Harvard students and
athletic authorities are planning to co-
operate with an organization of Michi-
gan alumni in New England, which has
been formed, in welcoming Yost's men.
Receive Deceased Graduates' Work
The first copies of "Roman Memo-
ries in the Landscape Seen from Cap-
ri" by the late Thomas Spencer Je-
rome,'84, reached Ann Arbor last Mon-
day. The volume presents the histor-
ical and literary associations of the
region about Naples. It is illustrated
by a number of full page plates most
of which are from sketches and recon-
structions made for the volume by an
English artist. This is the first book
by Mr. Jerome, though several were
left uncompleted at the time of his
death.
Advertising Contest Attracts Many
A dozen papers have been submitted
in the advertising contest which has
been conducted under the supervision
of Professor Scott of the rhetoric de-
partment. The judges, who have not
been appointed as yet, will in all prob-
ability be Detroit advertising men. The
awards will be made within the next
two weeks. Professor Scott has not
read all of the papers as yet, but he
stated that those he had read seemed
to be exceptionally meritorious.

Walter E. Morris, '16L,will enter the
inter-state Peace Oratorical contest at
Cleveland, Ohio, tomorrow night,
against representatives of the states
of Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indi-
ana.
The selection of Morris as the dele-
gate from Michigan, resulted from his
victories in the university Peace con-
test here, and the statecontest at Oi-
vet last month, in which he defeated
orators representing seven colleges
within the state.
Morris will speak on "The Price of
Peace." "His oration," says Prof.Thom-
as C. Trueblood, of the oratory depart-
ment, "is well-constructed. I believe'
he has an excellent opportunity to win
at Cleveland." Morris will have a'
public hearing in University Hall at
9:00 o'clock this morning.
If Morris wins the inter-state con-
test he will represent the group of
states given above, in the National
Peace Contest at Lake Mohonk, New
York, on. May 14. Orators who win
the inter-state contests, held between
states in five other groups, will also
enter the national meet.
Prizes of $100 and $50 will be given
for first and second places respective-
ly, in the contest tomorrow night.
Instructor Cyclist Pays City Fine
John H. Bringhurst, an instructor in
the engineering department, was fined
$3.45 court costs in Justice W. G. Do-
ty's court yesterday afternoon for rid-
ing a bicycle on the sidewalk in vio-
lation of the city ordinance. Bringhurst
was arrested by Chief of Police J. T.
Kenny and Patrolman Kuhn on East
University avenue and Oakland.
Varsity Tennis Star Able to Compete
Ira H. Reindel, '15E, member of last
year's varsity tennis team, appeared
for practice yesterday for the first
time this season. Reindel has been
suffering from torn tendons in his
right wrist, but is having a special
bandage made, and believes that he
will be in good shape when the season
opens.
GRAND OPERA AND CONCERT
STARIT WILL APPEAR MAY 15
It is one thing to succeed in grand
opera, another to win critical approval
on the concert stage. Riccardo Mar-
tin has done both. His work at the
Metropolitan Opera House, New York,
has stamped him as one of the great-
est living tenors; as an interpreter of
songs he is considered second to none.

TO GIVE DISTANCE RUNNERS
SPECTAL-,DRILLS TIN 2-MILE
Wolverine Track Team Has No Capa-
ble Men For This Event in
Dual Meets
Two-mile runners will meet with
Director Rowe, Saturday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock on Ferry field, and all men
who perform at this distance are urg-
This year's Varsity track is weak
in this event, as there is only one can-
didate, and with the dual meets ap-
ed to report.
proaching, there is a pressing need for
more. In the effort to remedy this de-
fect, the call has been sent out for
two milers. It is expected that Rowe
will stage trials Saturday, and report
the results to Trainer Farrell.
The Varsity track men not taking
the Eastern trip, will practice during
the remainder of the week, with Rowe
in charge.
FULL PROGRAM IS ARRANGED
FOR SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
Members of the State Board of the
Michigan Equal Suffrage Association
will meet tomorrow in AnnArbor.
A full program has been arranged
for them by the members of the local
association. A lunch will be given
in their honor at 1:00 o'clock in the
Y. W. C. A., to which all members in-
terested in the movement are invited.
At 4:00 o'clock in the afternoon they
will be entertained at a tea at the
Sorosis house to which all college
women are especially invited. In the
evening at 8:00 o'clock in Newberry
hall a general meeting will be held, at
which time Prof. E. R. Turner, of the
history department, will talk on "Suf-
frage in England." Mrs. Clark, presi-
dent of the state board will also talk.
The close of the meeting will probably
be thrown open to informal discus-
sions.'
CLASS TENNIS PLAYERS IN
PRACTICE FOR COURT PLAY
The spaded ground on Ferry field,
which has been passing off as tennis
courts, was kept busy yesterday after-
noon by 50 men wbo worked in rota-
tion.
Candidates for the class teams have
been out, getting into shape in prep-
aration for the time when their man-
agers shall issue the call. Manager
P. H. Crane, of the junior lit team, has
summoned his men, and wants them to
begin their matches today. John Swit-
zer has sent out the same request to
all sophomore try-outs.
CLASS TEAMS START DRILLS
FOR 1914 DIAMOND CONTESTS
Baseball has attracted about 100 as-
pirants for interclass teams to south
Ferry field so far this week. Two teams
worked out yesterday afternoon, the
senior lits and the junior engineers.
The first indulged in a stiff drill for
their battery men, while the third-year
engine-makers did a little fielding
work with fungo hitting. Kenyon,
Varsity recruit, will do part of the
slab work for the senior lits, and with
his pitching a strong team is expected
to develop. Fowler, last year's star,
showed his old form at short-stop for
the junior engineers.
TO DECIDE WOMEN'S BASKET
TITLE IN AFTERNOON GAME
The women's basketball champion-
ship of the campus, will be decided be-
tween the junior and freshmen teams

at 4:30 o'clock, in Barbour gymnasi-
um, today. Although the junior girls
have had a harder time in defeating
their opponents. than the freshmen,
judging from the size of the scores,
it is expected that a good game will
take place.

DEPART
FOR DIl

LCULTY MEN WILL ATTEND
STATE EDUCATORS' MEETING

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battle, achieved the
his men by striking
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Prof. A. S. Whitney, Prof. C. 0. Dav-
is and Assistant Prof. C. S. Berry, all
of the education department, will leave
tomorrow to represent the university
at the annual meeting of the school
superintendents and school boards to
be held at Lansing.
This is the first meeting of the Asso-
ciation of City Superintendents and
School Boards since its affiliation with
the MichigaiA State Teachers' associa-
tion, and riany interesting questions
are to be discussed.
Commerce Club Will Make Trip
Members of the Commerce club who
intend to make the annual spring trip
to Detroit on Monday and Tuesday,
May 4 and 5, should sign the list in the
office of the accounting laboratory at
once. A special car will be provided
and the party will leave early Monday
morning, returning Tuesday night.
About 30 members have already sig-
nified their intention of taking the trip.
Julius Wernicke, '14,is chairman of the
committee on arrangements and full
particulars may be obtained from him.
Rocky Mountain Men to Hold Smoker
All men from the Rocky Mountain
region are invited to attend the Colo-
rado club smoker at the Union at 8:00
o'clock tonight. Dr. Hunbbard, of the
dental department, and one other fac-
ulty member will be present and ad-
dress the men. A plentiful supply of
"smokes and eats" will be at the dis-
posal of the westerners. Arrangements
for a dance to be held about May 1,
will be made.

Farrell to Lead Squad of Eig
Athletes to Quaker Clas
Beench Phladelphia
in Morning
RUNNERS TAKE LAST DRI
ON FERRY FIELD (
New Racers Show Well; i
Enter Three Events; I
and Seward Strong
Led by Trainer Farrell, ei
verine athletes will leave A
this noon for Philadelphia, to
in the two-mile relay race and
cial events at the Pennsylva
Carnival on Franklin field,
afternoon. Jansen, Haff, Mur
Lamey, with Griest as substiti
pose the relay squad. Kohler
pear in the weights, and Sew
Bond in the hundred yard das
The relay runners were pu
their paces at a fast _clp yestO
ternoon, as the farewell wo
Ferry field. Paced by Haff1
ran a lap and a half at top spe
Ing down for the final stret
new men seemed to experienc
culty in keepig up with the -
and if they can repeat in the
it will augur well for M
chance to win.
Seward and Bond were sent
several fast races for a hundr
and are both in fine form to
showing against the easteri
Saturday. Smith, who lost ui
trials by a close margin, wou
ordinary conditions have bee'
but the wining of places b
championship in this meet, s
not considered advisable to t
than the two sprinters.
Captain Kohler will proba
pete in three events, the dis
put and hammer throw. Best
ing further experience in Corn
the Wolverine leader will b
see how he will stack up
weight men of the east in V
collegiates, later on.
The Michigan squad arrives
adelphia early Friday morn
will take advantage of a c:
work out on Franklin field i
ternoon. This practice sho
the relay men considerably,
of the different shape of t
there, and the importance o
used to the turns.
SENIORS WILL COMBINE I
CAP AND GOWN DINNEI
Seniors of all departments
in the "Cap and Gown"' pax
given at the Michigan Unioni
12, the night of swing-out. TI
which will be novel in every
lar, will include a dinner, la
and dance. Directly after tb
nade around the campus is
those who attend the party wi
the Union.
Arrangements will be mad
all will attend the senior l
body. Japanese lanterns will
on the lawn, and stunts wi
those who do not care to danm
German Play is Ready For P
The dress rehearsal for the
er Verein play, which will be
ed at Sarah Caswell Angell
morrow night was run off a
hitch last night before memb
German faculty. A heavy sa]
ets has been reported, and it
ed that the ball ball will be
its capacity. The remaining
be purchased in room 204 U.
4:00 o'clock to 6:00 o'clock t
noon and tomorrow. The
commence promptly at 8:00

Celery City Men to Smoke
Members of the Kalamazoo
hold a smoker at the Michig
at 7:00 o'clock, Friday nig
peace-pipe gathering will hc
than mere pleasure as its p
plans for the annual banque
will, be discussed through tb

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Strength, vigor and virility are the
three most striking characteristics of
Mr. Martin's personality, and strength
and virility are qualities strongly pre-
dominant in his voice. It is a big voice,
suggestive of much reserve power and
of velvety smoothness. Mr. Martin will
make his first Ann Arbor appearance
at the May Festival, singing in the con-
cert Friday afternoon, May 15.

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SE N10 I ITS !

ALL OUT TONIGHT

Home run-Sheehy; two base hits-
faker 2; stolen bases-Sala, Ayres, 2,
cQueen 5, Howard 3, Labodie 3, Ba-
er 2, Benton 2, Sheehy 2, Graham 2,
ippler-20; sacrifice hit-Sheehy;
:ruck out-by Quaintance 6 in 4 in-
ings; bases son balls-off Quaintance
off Ferguson 1, off Catlin 3; wild
(Continued on page 4.)

Farewell Dinner

GOOD TALKS

GOOD EATS

Mclhigan Vnion , April 23, 6 P. M.

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