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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1914. PRI CFY

IGLE
MEET

is Annexed by
Cohorts

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ISTS
rs by

baseball team
shutout on the
lay afternoon,
cientific school
ligan state col-
1 is c ncerned,
erines took an
offerings of
H. Smith, and
an extra base
, an even doz-.
he averages of
Incidentally,
ived some ex-
ort from their
ges of Coach
to take advan-
n all, Case had
did the contest
all game, and
inning when
I Baker's error
with only one
by Benton in

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Prof. R. Nelson lectures in Newberry
hall, 4 :30 o'clock.
Rockwell H. Potter speaks in Presby-
terian church, 7:45 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Charity vaudeville show, Whitney the-
ater, 8:15 o'clock. -
Toastmaster's dinner, Michigan Union,
6:00 o'clock.
Haller Will Officiate at Cap - Night
Louis Haller, '14L, has been appoint-
ed master of ceremonies for cap night
festivities May 29. H. Beach Carpen-
ter, '14, has charge of the program.
Although Palmer field has not been
secured as yet for the event, the bon-
fire will probably be held at the usual
place.
MORRIS DEFEATED
FOR FIRST PLACE
Walter F. Morris, '16L, the Michi-r
gan delegate to the inter-state Peace
Oratorical contest at Cleveland Friday
night, vas defeated for first place by+
Ralph D. Lucas, of Knox College, who+
spoke on "The New Internationalism
and the Peace Movement." The subject
of Morris' oration was "Tbe Price of
Peace."
The contest was very close, Morris
receiving, 11 points and his opponent
10, five points being a perfect score.
Ralph A. Hayes, of Western ReserveI
university, speaking on "The Senate
versus the People," secured third

SCHOOL ATHLETES
SEND IN ENTRIES
Two State Institutions Are First t
Return Blanks Withli Names
of Competitors

Manager P. D. Koontz is in receipt'
of the first entries for the interscho-'
lastic meet to be held on May 22 and
23. Memphis High, with seven entrants,1
and the Arthur Hill School of Saginaw,
with five men, were the first to enter,
their athletes. The entries are not due
until May 9, and the greater number
will most likely come during the week.
Manager Koontz is attempting to
confirm the coming of Vivian Jones,
from Birmingham, Ala., and Eldred
Streams, of New Orleans. Both of
these boys are considered the best ath-
letes in their vicinity and their ap-
pearance here will add much interest
to the meet.
Local preparations for entertaining
the youngsters is well under way. The
prizes this year will be much more ex-
pensive tokens than have ever been
donated before.
Graduate Club Will Dine Th'ursday
The Graduate club,, a social organi-
zation of students from the graduate
department, will give a dinner Thurs-
day evening at 6:15 o'clock in Barbour
gymnasium, dancing following the
luncheon. Prof. John R. Allen will
speak. Tickets will be on sale at the
seminary desk in the library until
Tuesday evening.
Carpenter Withdraws from Union Race
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I wish to have my name withdrawn
as a candidate for the presidency of
the Michigan Union.,
Respectfully,
H. BEACH CARPENTER.
CHOICE OF SIGMA
XI OUT TOMORROW.

Sigma Delta Chi brought to a close
its third national convention by a ban-
quet at the Michigan Union last even-
ing, at which George Fitch, famed as
the writer of Siwash, college stories,
"Vest Pocket Essays," and tales of
"Homeburg," and Prof. F. N. Scott of
the rhetoric department were the prin-
cipal speakers.
Mr. Fitch, speaking as "an escaped
newspaper man" with a premonition of
an impending return to "the game," re-
counted his well-known vein various
experiences which the newspaper hu-
morist is prone to encounter.
"The American newspaper came into
its present state of being accidentally,
as it were," said Prof. Scott, in deal-
ing with newspaper ethics. "Before
the ethics of the profession could be
formulated, the newspaper had become
a powerful force."
"There should be a public opinion,"
continued Prof. Scott-, "which should
bring home to the newspaper publisher
his responsibility to the community, a
public opinion which would make for
the disbarment of that publisher from
the profession, if that responsibility
were violated."
Other speakers were Stuart H. Per-
ry, publisher of the Adrian Telegram,
Lee A. White of the Detroit News, andr
Mr. H. M. Nimmo, publisher of the De-
troit Saturday night.'
Roger F. Steffan, telegraph editor
of the Ohio State Journal, was elected
national president of the fraternity at
the last business session of the con-'
I venticn. Carl [f. Getz, of the journal-
(Continued on page 5.)
ADDRESS MEETINGS:
Dr. Rockwell Harmon Potter, of
Hartford, Conn., will be speaker on
the Union Guild series, in the Presby-
terian church at 7:45 o'clock tonight.
After studying at the Yale Divinity
School and Chicago Theological Semi-
nary, he became pastor of the First
Church of Christ and a director of the
Hartford Theological Seminary. In
addition to the evening address, he is
to talk before t'e University class ofa
the Presbyterian Church at noon,
Jlewish Congregation Services.,
Dr. David Philopson, of Cincinnati,l
Ohio, will speak at the Jewish Congre-
gation Services in the Orpheum thea-
ter at 7:00 o'clock tonight. "Judaism's
Message to Our Time" is to be the sub-
ject considered.1
As president of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, for several
years a professor of Homoletics at the
Hebrew Union College, and head of
the - largest Jewish church in Cincin-
nati, he is widely known. He is.a mem-
ber of the Board of Translators of the1
New English version of the Bible, and
the author of a number of books.

SIGMA DELTA CHI,
FINISHES PROGRAM
George Fitch, Author of "Siwash"
Stories, and Prof. F. N.
Scott Speak

E-N.rFw,TANiN31PLANS UNDER WAY 1 STEFF"AN

CHOSEN PRESIDENT

EXCUSE ENGINEER C~LASSES
DURING ANNUAL EXHIBITION
Aero Club's Glider Probably Will Be
.Repaired In Time to Be
Displayed
Classes in the engineering depart-
ment will be dismissed on May 14 and
15 to allow more complete use of the
building for exhibition purposes, and
to enable more students to act as guid-
es.
Although the Aero club's glider was
badly smashed two weeks ago, efforts
are being made'to repair it in time for
the exhibition. The miniature rail-
road, being constructed between the
economics building and the boiler
house, is nearly complete, and the elec-
trical engineers hope to have the car
running on it by Saturday.
On Sunday, May 10, the committee
in charge of the exhibit will handle the
Sunday supplement of the Daily, which
wil be devoted to descriptions of spe-
sial features of the exhibition.
MAKE PLANS FOR
DEBATING MEET

CASE T
NOM

ITHACANS
IITH

Bond, Smith, and Sew
Three Places in the
Race With the C

Murphy Makes
Field I

VARSITY

Michigan's track team
the superior balance of
squad in the annual ou
staged on Ferry fie
day afternoon. The
rolled up 74 1-10
against 41 9-10 gathered
verines, allowing Farrel
4 out of 13 firsts. The <

:ichigan,

Wisconsin, and Illinois
Hold Triangular
Contest

Will

ooked bad when Lucas as a result of winning the in-
beat Baribeau's ter-state contest, will be sent to the
e next play. But National ,Peace contest at Lake Mo-
I down, and re- honk, N. Y., on May 14.
en. Then he al-
in the remain- SENIOR MEDICS ELIMINATED
irked. IN INTERCLASS BALL SERIES
t in Captain Sis-
nd, evidently to Yesterday was a big day for the in-
. The Michigan terclass baseball teams, four games
to retire eight being played and one forfeited.
aced him by the The soph medics forfeited to the
by giving the junior engineers. Vollmeyer won his
n opportunity to second game against the senior med-
by applauding ics, thereby eliminating that team. The
ccessful in foul- second game of the soph lit-fresh-lit
he audience also series went to the fresh, 17 to 14. The
homer, and he third game is not yet scheduled. The
o it, too. Mr. senior engineers took an easy game
elder, stationed from the fresh laws by a 15 to 8 score.
n Arbor tracks, The fresh dents shut out th.e all-ar-
down the cap- chitect aggregation in the one after-
noon game. Wright was in fine form
e scattered over for the dents, and the drawers were
two, and were unable to touch his speed. The score
way. The s'um- was 14 to 0. All. games which were
page 6.) scheduled for play yesterday and were
- not played off are to take place tomor-
onal Fraternity row afternoon.

r to hit a
ded to d
's right fi
by the An
d pulled
ly.
runs wer
ngs save
the usual
inued on

Sigma Xi elections have been com-.
pleted and will probably be mailed'
to the nominees early Monday morn-
ing. The election this year was based
entirely upon research work and as a'
result practically the entire list of new
members were taken from the gradu-
ate departments.
About 70 men were'elected to the
society last year, while the new men.
this year will number approximately
one-half that number. Candidates
were chosen from the literary , medi-
cal, engineering and pharmical depart-
ments.
Keystone Club to Meet Tuesday Night
Keystone club, an organization of
students from Pennsylvania, will hold
a smoker at the Union-at 7:15 o'clock
Tuesday night. Officers for the coming
year will be elected and a dance, to be
held some time this month, will be
considered. -Prof. A. E. White, of the
chemical engineering. department, and
H.P. Scott, of the rhetoric department,
will address the men. All men from
Pennsylvania are invited to attend.

PROF. TRUEBLOOD IS PLEASED
Negotiations for a new triangular de-
bating contest with t'he universities of
Illinois and Wisconsin were completed
by Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood yester-
day.
These debates will be annual,, and
the first one will be held on the last
Friday of next March. At this time,
the Michigan-Illinois debate will be
held in Ann Arbor, the Michigan-Wis-
consin contest at Madison, and Illinois
will meet Wisconsin at Urbana, Illi-
nois.
"This new triangular debate will be
even stronger than the annual trian-
gular debate between Michigan, Chi-
cago and Northwestern, as the univer-
sities of Illinois and Wisconsin hold
stronger debating records, and have
very excellent oratory departments,"
said Prof. Trueblood yesterday. The
two triangular debates now on Michi-
gan's program will require four varsi-
ty debating teams, and give 12 men the
>pportunity to become honor debaters."
FRESHMEN COMPLETE FIRST
SETS IN TENNIS TOUR NAtMENT
The first round in the All-Fresh ten-
nis tournament was completed yester-
day, and 32 of the 64 original entrants
have been eliminated. Coach Lee has
been watching some of the matches
played by the first .yearnmen, and sees
much promising material for the Var-
sity among the youngsters. The sec--
ond round of their tournament will be
finished tomorrow.
A.T.O. Holds Convention in Aim Arbor
Representatives of Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity from the universities of Ill-
inois, Chicago, Wisconsin, Purdue,
Hillsdale, Adrian, Albion colleges and
Rose Polytechnic Institute convened
in Ann Arbor during the past two days.
On Friday ni-ght. Prof. U. B. Phillips,
-of the history, department, gave a re-
ception for the delegates and members
*of the local chapter. Last night a
banquet was held in Detroit, at which
H. R. Curtis, '12, acted as toastmaster.

the day was scored by Bond,
and Seward, all of Michigan,
220 yard dash.
Outside of setting up a new
field record in the half mile, n
a mark of 22 feet 5 inches in the
jump, and 12 feet in the pole
the afternoon's performances we
diocre.
It was a case of a team ext
strong in places, and as weak in
places, being bested by a team
fair amount of strength throu
Michigan was unbeatable in the
es. A set-back for jumping th
lost Seward a place in the hi
and gave the visitors the loni
that they were able to get fro
sprints.
The prediction by track 'fans
close race between Jansen, tb
Michigan quarter miler, and Ca
the Cornell crack was justified
they finished in a dead heat.
took the lead from the start an
it until the home stretch, wh
Ithacan came up from behind,
powerful finish.
Murphy, the Wolverine half
forced Speiden to break the Ferr
record of 1 min. 58 sec. held by"
Power" Ramey, in order to win.
who won the half mile indoor
nosed out of second by Murphy'
derful sprint at the finish, the
gan runner coming up from foi
second in the last few yards.
Michigan's expected weakness
jumps matured, when all but.a tt
the broad jump, and a tie for sec
the high jump went to Cornell.
pole vault Fritz of Cornell top
feet which comes within 1-4 of a
of the Ferry field record made b
of Chicago University High,
interscholastic, last year,
Kohler won the shot put h
but was unable to turn the tab
McCutcheon in the hammer thro
Michigan captain made a mark
feet, which is better than the fie
ord, but made a slight foul afi

chitectur-
ith Arcus,
if the Uni-
the Alpha
chitectur-
tates to be
: national
ied at the

G1OYLE
OF SPRING

UNIVERSITY EXTENSION WORK
IS -DIVIDED INTO BUIREAUS
Prof. W. D. Henderson, extension:
service director, will divide the exten-
sion work of the university so as to
embrace 10 general divisions, as fol-
lows: university lecture extension ser-
vice; library extension service; de-
partment of education; public service;
museum extension service; municipal
reference bureau; architecture and civ-
ic improvement; landscape design and
civic improvement; . forestry exten-
sion service; engineering extension
service, and public health service.
This work will be carried on by fac-
ulty lecturers and by correspondence.
Each department is ready to serve all
who ask for their services to the ex-
tent of 300 lectures, with additional
exhibits.

throw
The
100
Smith
third.
220
Smith

and was disqualified.
summaries follow:
yard dash-Bond (M)
(M), second; - Ingersoll
Time-10 seconds:
yard dash-Bond (M)
(M) second; Seward (M)

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..and Huror Sts.
REv. LEONARD A. BARRPTT, Pastor.
Roy HAMILTON, Student Pastor

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10:30
12:00
6:30

Communion Service,
University Class-Dr. Potter speaks
Christian Endeavor Service

Select Commencement Speaker.
Pres. Edward J. James of .the Uni-
versity of Illinois, will deliver the
(Commencement address and Pres.
Harry B. Hutchins the baccalaureatte
sermon. No other arrangements have
been -made- fo'r Commencement week
at present.

Time 21 3-5 sec.
880 yard run-Speiden (C)
Murphy (M); second; Irish (C)
Time 1 min. 57 3-5 sec. New
field record.
440 yard dash-Caldwell (C
Jansen (M) tied for first; Be
(C) third. Time 50 sec.
Shot put-Kohler (M) first
Cutcheon (C) second; Lahr (C)
Distance-44 ft. 1 1-2 in.
(Continued on page 6.)

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