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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1914. PRIGC F

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EVENTS FOR TODAY
President A. F. Sheldon speaks at the
Majestic theater, 6:10 o'clock.
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin speaks before'
Jewish Students' Congregation, Or-
pheum theater, 7:00 o'clock.
Samuel S. Marquis, D.D., speaks in St.
Andrews church, 7:45 o'clock.
Dr. Mabel Ulrich gives a lecture to
girl's in Newberry hall 4:30 o'clock.

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FIRMS LOOKING FOR ENGIN-
EERS GRADUATING VN JUNE
Members of the engineering faculty
have received word of several positions
open to senior engineering students
in June.. At the Braden Copper com-

YPSI FUSSERS DO6E WAIT
The D. J. & C. railroad has an-
nounced that, starting tonight, an ex
tra car will be run 'every Sunday ev-
euing- from Ypsilanti to -Ann Arbor,
leaving the former city at 10:15
6'clock.
The regular cars, which leave Ypsi-
lanti at 9:50 and 10:50 o'clock, have
been inconvenient for the Normal
City's Sunday night visitors. Dr.
Charles McKenny, president of the
Normal School, expressed great satis-
faction over the proposed arrange-
ment, as it will enable the normal
girls to observe the 10:00 o'clock
house rulesniich more easily.

Cosmopolitan club meeting
o'clock, McMillan hall..

4:001

COACH YOST MAKES GENERAL
APPEAL TO MICHIGAN SPI

RD PLACE
T' AND HAMMER

"It matters not what we think about the football sehedule for ne
or what should have been done in regard to arranging the games.
is, we have the hardest schedule a Michigan team has ever faced. I
true we have lost nine of the regulars from last year's eleven, and
tionably Michigan is confronted with a gigantic task in preparing a
cope with Case, Vanderbilt, M. A. C., Syracuse, Harvard, Cornell and
sylvania in order. .However, this is a fact, and if we can hope to be s
fN1 every loyal Michigan man must do his part. Now is the time for
gan spirit, determination, and enthusiasm to assert themselves. It
quire the co-operation of the faculty, alumjg, students, and all those
ested in Michigan's welfare, to maintain :Michigan's prestige. Only
united and determined effort of all will- success be possible."
FIELDING H. YO

Dash, But
Pward in

Drew l pany, in Rancagua, Chile, positions

News Service.)
IA, PA., April 25.-
;he two mile relay
o Illinois today in 8
Iriving rain on a track
nated to be 5 seconds
r placed third in both
d hammer throw, and
in the 100 yard dash.
other Michigan entry
events, was eliminat-

for detail draughtsmen and tracers
have been offered. The Rock Island
Lines report that they can use several
mechanical engineers in their con-
struction work. The Detroit Steel
Products company offers. positions for
engineers in their sales department
and in their shops, while the chief en-
gineer of the Metal Radiator company,
of West Pittsburg will be in Ann Arbor
May 1 to secure graduates from the
mechanical courses.
DISTANCE MEN MAKE POOR
TIME IN TWO MILE RACE

HIA, PA., April 25
ty today won the f
ay championship oft
res in the most sen
run in the Pennsyl
al. The time was 18:
1500 meter Olympi
Jed ahead of McCur
, in a wonderful fini
eking that the Quake
onto the field, crop
and Penn State tea
rhe police were fore
lbs to force the sp
Sthe stands.
es of the college re
and the individi
ge athletes follow:
lay championship w
'ennsylvania, secon
Penn State, four

i. Walters won the two mile run stag-
our ed on Ferry field yesteday afternoon
the by Intramural Director Rowe. The
sa- heavy track made the going slow, the
va- time being 10 minutes 37 2-5 seconds.
05. Olson finished second, with Trelfa
an and Young placing next in order. Fur-
dy, ther trials will be held when Trainer
sh. Farrell returns, in an attempt to dis-
ers cover more material in the distance
vd- events for the dual meet with Cornell
ms Saturday.

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college relay champion-
y Illinois; Michigan, sec-
ago, third; Dartmouth,
e 8:04.
college relay champion-
y Harvard; Pennsylvania,
nell, third. Time 3 22 3-5.
ow won by Dorizas, Penn-
ass, Yale, second; Lamb,
third. Distance 169 feet 8
n by Beatty, Columbia, 46
Whitney, Dartmouth, see-
3-4 in.; Kohler, Michigan,
1 3-4 in.
hrow won by Loughbridge,
. 9 1-2 in.; McCutcheon,
tinued on page 6.)
PUBLISH PAPERS
EMISTRY INSTRUCTORS

WILL ERECT BATH HOUSE
NORTH OF CANOE LIVERY
The water above the new.Argo dam
has been shut off until today to permit
the sewerage installation for the new
public bath house to be built just
north of the U. of M. boat livery. This
bath house will be built by the Edison
company and the city of Ann Arbor,
and will be open to the free use of the
public, including students.
A channel has been dredged along'
the side of the boathouse landing to
permit canoes to dock there when the
water in the new lake is low.
WIRELESS PICKS UP WAR NEWS
Complete details of the Mexican war
news are being picked up by the uni-
versity wireless station, located in the
engineering building from the ac-
counts sent out by the Marconi wire-
less operators in Mexico. The battle-
ships at the scene of the trouble which
are equipped with wireless apparatus,
also furnish many messages.
Regents May Publish Campus Guide
The board of regents are consider-
ing the publishing of a campus guide
book. The proposed book is to contain
a description of all the principal
buildings, a map showing their loca-
tions and other information that might
be of interest to visitors.
,Memorial Hall Art Exhibit Open Today
Alumni Memorial hall will be open
to visitors today from 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock, in order that the public may
be given a last chance to see the ex-
hibit of water colors and paintings by
Jane Peterson, which has attracted so
much favorable comment.

EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Cosmopolitan club smoker, Michigan
Union, 8:00 o'clock.
Dean J. R. Effinger lectures in Tappan
'hall, 5:00 o'clock.
Dr. Mabel Uhlrich lectures to girls in
Newberry hall, 4:30 o'clock.
S LAB 6BATTLE
S HOWS WO0RT H
OF BARIBEAUJ
Michigan Tlakes Pitching Duel by 3 to
0 Tally in the First Real
Game of Year on
Ferry Fielf
Despite the fact that Michigan's
glider is smashed and the dual meet
with Cornell cancelled, intercollegiate
aviation became a reality yesterday'
when the Western Reserve infield as-
cended and threw away as pretty a
pitcher's battle as was ever staged on
Ferry field. Score 3 to 0.
Shotten, a brother of the major
league gentleman of the same name,
deserved to win his game; having thet
heavy hitting Wolverines completely
at his mercy. But six hits-five sin-
gles and a double-were taken off him,
and Michigan failed to earn a run.
But if Shotten deserved to win his
game, "Doc" Baribeau should be cred-;
ited with a half dozen contests. The
dean of the Wolverine hurling staff
held the Cleveland collegians to one
hit, and let but 28 men face him in the;
nine innings. Mr. Kihorany poled a
double in the seventh inning with one
down, and was the only Reserve play-
er to get on the bases.
Baribeau tightened up with a man
on, and struck out Captain Sterlingi
and Spurney, who appear in the clean-
up places on the Reserve batting or-
der. During the hostilities, Lund-
gren's physician whiffed ten oppon-
ents, retiring the side unassisted in -
the sixth round. Michigan played air
tight ball behind him, and Baer,
catching his first game of the year,
was in excellent form.
Shotten, while not hurling as sensa-
tional ball as Baribeau, was delivering;
d shut-out article. All the six hits
registered off him came in separate in-
nings. He issued but one walk, the
only pass of the game, but made two
wild pitches.,
Michigan's first chance to score
came in the sixth inning. Sheehy wasW
(Continued on page 6;) -

AT MAJESTI

Students' Wives Assemble Tomorr
The apsociation of students' wi'
will meet at 7:30 o'clock tomorrowe
ening in Newberry hall. Mirs. H.
Sanders and Mrs. H; K. Fay will spe
to the members
WOM IAN GI V ES
SEX LCTURE

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Sunday Meetings Include Very R
MIarquis at Episcopal Church;
Rev. Franklin at
Orpheun
Dr. Mabel Sims Uhlrich will spe
at the last Y. M. C. A. meeting of t
year on "The Unnecessary Evil" in t
Majestic theater at 6:10 o'clock t
night. Dr. Uhlrich is the Y. W. C.

traveling lecturer on sex hygiene and
is now making a tour of all the colleg-
es and universities of the country. Her
lecture will deal with the vice ques-
tion from the standpoint of the girl.
Mr. A.F. Sheldon, of Chicago, who was
advertised to speak, is unable to be
present due to illness in his family.
The. Mayor .of Mineapolis appointed
Dr 'Uhlrich on the Vice Commission
and, later on the Morals commission of
that: city, dealing largely with women.
The annual election .of officers for
the University Y. M. C. A. will be held
at this meeting and on Monday in the
office on State street. Voting, by bal-
lot, will be made on the following
men: president, Arthur E. Gilman, '14,
and Paul C. Wagner, '16E; first vice-
president, Oliver B. Enselman, '15, and
George P. McMahon, '16; second vice-
president, N. Earl Pinney, '16, and
Paul E. Thompson, '16L; secretary,
Waldo R, Hunt, '16, and Dwight W.
Jennings, '16; treasurer, Irwin C.
Johnson, '16, and Robert E. Richard-
son, '16L.
Union Guild Meeting
The Very Reverend Samuel S. Mar-
quis, of the St. Andrews Cathedral,De-
troit, will speak at the Union Guild
meeting in the St. Andrews church at
7:45 o'clock tonight.
Jewish Students Congregation
Rabbi Leo. M. Franklin, of Detroit,
will speak upon the subject, "An Un-
known Poet of Poverty" before the
Jewish Student Congregation in the
Orpheum theater at 7:00 o'clock to-
night.

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The baseball season will start tomor-
row afternoon at 4:00 o'clock for the
eighteen teams entered in the inter-
class series.
Three games have been arranged to
formally open the year for the class
ball tossers and will be played on, the
three diamonds on south Ferry field.
The' scheduled games are: senior med-
ics vs. junior lits, junior engineers vs.'
soph medics, soph lits vs. fresh lits.

'BOILERMAKERS CONSTRUCTING
M40DEL ELECTRIC RAILROADS
A complete miniature railroad, for
display at the engineering exhibit; is.
being constructed between the eco-
nomics building and the old power
house by students of electrical engi-
neering. The line.will be of the third
rail type, and 350 feet long, three tim-
es as long as the one exhibited last
year. It will be equipped with the lat-
est model of a box-signaling system.
The. -car will attain a speed of from
4 to 6 miles an hour. It is expected
that- the work will be completed with-
in a Week.
CLASS BASEBALL STARTS ON
MONDAY WITH THREE GAMES

DR. ANGELL RETURNS; PRES.
HUTCHINS VISITS MILWAUKEE

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President Emeritus J. B. Angell and
Dean J. R. Effinger returned yesterday
from Chicago where they attended the
alumni dinner Thursday. President
Harry B. Hutchins, with Deans M. E.
Cooley and H. M. Bates went to Mil-
waukee Satuiday from Chicago, to
attend an alumni banquet last night.
"They will return today.

Head Coach Fielding H. Yost,
fronted with the most formid
schedule which a Michigan team
ever faced, and having lost a
majority of last season's regulars,
invoked Michigan spirit as the f
means to maintain the Wolverine p
tige. In a formal appeal issued
night, the Michigan mentor asks
the united efforts of all faculty, al
ni, students and friends of the Uni
sity of Michigan to make next
son's team a sucessful one.
Yost has been in Ann Arbor Ju
week, and has already carefully a
up the squad of candidates who I
reported for spring training, and
piled a list of 51 candidates for
fall's team. But Yost believes t
are still other men in college cap
of playing football, and urges any a
who have never been out for the g
iron game to talk with him if 1
have the physical qualifications a
football player.
Several freshmen who were un
to come out for the yearling team
fall, but who have played prep scl
football, have already reported
been listed on the 1914 rollWof Ca
dates. The success of next fall's c
paign depends on the number of 01
candidates who are discovered,
Yost has therefore issued his ap
for support. Any one who knows
student who can play the fall gam
asked to notify the coach.
The loss of some of last year's
erans comes as the result of ine]
bility through poor scholastic w4
and the athletic authorities are ho
that the classmates of Michigan's f
ball candidates will urge upon ti
the necessity of keeping up their c
work.
Spring practice will last at 1
two weeks more, and if the weathe
favorable may be continued lon
Assistant Coach "Germany" Sch
may come to Ann Arbor for the
week's work. Already the trai
stunts have advanced farther than
ery before in the spring practices,
blocking and tackling have entered
program. While Yost refuses to
nounce a definite program, it Is
tain that he will accomplish all 1
is possible this fall.
The list of candidates, as at pre
constituted, follows:
(Continued on page 6.)
Cricket Outfit Held at Custom H
Cricket men have been deta
from opening their season, bea
the outfit ordered had to be impo:
from Canada and has been held u
the Detroit Customs House. The a
ment will arrive some time today
the real work of the cricket se
will begin tomorrow.
Wel Delivers Salt Lecture Tues
Mr. Charles L. Well, of the Dia
Crystal Salt company of St. C
Michigan, will lecture Tuesday e'
ing before a joint meeting of the
chanical and chemical section of
Engineeering Society, on "Every
of Salt Manufacture."

NEW HOME FOR MUSIC STORE
TO BE READY BY SEPTEMBER

'egative Osmose" is the subject of
,rticle written by Dr. F. E. Bartell
he chemistry department for the
i number of the Journal of the
rican Chemical Society.
'. J. E. Harris of the chemistry de-
ment also contributed an article
i "Some Absorption Phenomenon
roils and Kaolin" for the April
ber of the Journal of Physical
nistry.
SSAUT" TICKETS GO ON
SALE TOMORROW AT WAHR'S
okets for "L'Assaut," the annual
le Francais play, will be put on
tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 to
o'clock. The price of the seats
be .50, .75, and $1.00. Members
he Cercle Francais may obtain
7 at a reduction of 50 cents upon
entation of their membership
s.

The university music store will
move into its new quarters on the
corner of William and Maynard in
September. The building, now under
construction, will be completed in
time for the opening of college in the
fall. Both stories of the new building'
will be occupied by Mrs. Root.
OFFER NEW ROMAN LAW COURSE
A new course which will consist of
reading selections frdm the Roman
law in the original Latin, and their in-
terpretation, will be offered by Prof.
A. R. Crittenden, of the literary de-
partment, the first semester of next
year. The course will be open to
those who have had at least one year
of Latin in college.'

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Class Directory Issued by 1913 Men
The 1913 lits have published an
alumni directory giving a complete
roll of the class members and their
addresses. Karl Mohr, '13-'15 law,
is the secretary in charge of editing
the directory. The publication was
distributed a few days ago.

PRESBYTE'RIAN Cr. Division
I~lLU IILIIIIIIand Huron Sts.
REv. LEONARD A. BARRETT Pastor.
Roy HAMILTON, student Pastor
10:30. Sermon: "What is Christ to Me?"
12:00. Young Men's Class-Roy W. Hamilton, Leader-.
6:30. Christian Endeavor Society. "The Claims of Church
Membership."

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Cosmopolitans Will Nominate Today
Nomination of officers for the year.
1914-15 will be made by the Cosmo-
politan- club at a meeting at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon in McMillan hall.
Plans will also be formulated for the
annual international banquet to be
held the second week in May.

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Union Guild

Series

The Very Rev.
Dean SamuelS.Marquis,D.D.
St. Pails Cathedral, Detroit

Church

St. Andre

To-Night

7:45 P.

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