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The

Michigan

Daily

Vol. XXIV, No. 153.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914.

PRICS FIVE OR

FRESH DEFEAT
TEAM ON EVE
OF BIG GAMES
Yearlings 'Shut Out Varsity Yesterday
In Final Practice Before Two
Tilts With Syracuse
This Week
FLYNN LETS DOWN VETERANS
WITH BUT ONE SOLID KNOCK
Last Year Michigan Won Tirree Out of
Four Clashes With the
Methodists
If Syracuse plays as good ball today
as the Michigan All-Fresh put up yes-
terday afternoon, and furthermore, if
the Varsity persists in the hitting
slump which it developed yesterday,
the winning streak of the Wolverine
nine is due for a sudden stop.
As .Coach Lundgren is still out of
town the pitcher for today's game is
uncertain. Quaintance or Ferguson
are likely to start, according to the ro-
tation plan used so far this year, leav-
ing Sisler and Baribeau for Saturday.
Last year Michigan took three of
the four games series from the Meth-
odists, losing the first one by a 5 to 1
score when Rogers broke his leg slid-
ing to second. The other scores were:
14 to 1, 15 to 1, and 10 to 8.
A young man by the name of Flynn
stepped unheralded' into the pitching
box for Lavans' squad yesterday, and
most effectively spiked the big guns
of the Maize and Blue battle front. At
the end of the six inning fray the Var-
sfty were on the small end of a 3 to 0
count. Michigan's scoring machine was
nothing but a pile of scrap iron after
Flynn got through with it; and Messrs.
Niemann and McConahy tore several
large holes in the defensive armour of
the regulars.
The Varsity bench yesterday was
aboui as cheerful as a last year's bird's
nest after a hard rain. The young-
sters added insult to Injury by pulling
off the same play which the Varsity
had been practicing all afternoon,
working the hit and run maneuver
with marked success.
The yearlings dutfielded the Varsity,
playing air-tight ball while the regu-
lars made three costly errors. Base
running was the only department in
which the youngsters appeared weak,
but they excelled the Varsity even
here, stealing the only two bases..
Baker singled in the second round,
with one down, but never got further
than first base, and not another Varsi-
ty runner appeared on the paths. Af-
ter the yearlings had accumulated
their neat lead, Captain Sisler took
the mound. He held the youngsters
safe, as did Soddy, who followed him;
but meanwhile Flynn mowed the vet-
erans down in one-two-three order.
Although the coaches raved and
swore, pleadings were in vain, and the
Varsity was compelled to accept a
dose of their own medicine; as shut-
out scores still remain the spring
fashion on Ferry field.
"Bill" Davidson, who started, was
hit hard in the first round. McConahy
and Niemann both contributed triples
to the festivities, but foolish baserun-
ning kept the total to one run.
In the second round the Varsity
staged a charity burlesque, McQueen,
Howard and Baer being the stars. A
sacrifice hit by Taylor and Johnson's
single, with the comedy of errors,
counted two runs.
In the third round both Niemann
and Lavans singled, but although the

freshmen runners reached third and
second with but one out, they were
unable to score, as Davidson struck
(Continued on page 4)

EVENTS FOR TODAY
Varsity band concert, Iill auditorium,
8:00 o'clock.1
President Harry B. Hutchins speaks at
Harris hall, 6:30 o'clock.
Prof. John R. Allen speaks at Gradu-
ate club dinner dance, Barbour gym-
nasium, 6:15 o'clock. ,
Soph engineer class dance, Michigan
Union, 8:00 o'clock.
. Michigan-Syracuse baseball game, Fer-
ry field, 4:05 o'clock.
George S. Shelton gives public address
in University hall, 4:15 o'clock.
Canadian club smoker, Barrister's
rooms, 7:15 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Weekly Lounger, Michigan Union, 7:00
o'clock.
Informal Fischer party, Michigan Un-
ion, 9:00 o'clock.
Graduation recital by Miss Marion
Struble, violinist, School of Music
hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Try-outs for Fresh and Soph relay
obstacle race, Fair grounds, 3:00
o'clock.
Girls' Educational club meeting, New-
berry hall, 3:00 o'clock.
Annual PalladiumkSoph prom, Gran-
ger's, 9:00 o'clock.
WATER MARATHON
RULES GIVEN OUT
Rules for the water marathon race
were announced by the Union Boat
club last night. The first canoe will
leave Lakeland at 10:00 o'clock Satur-
day morning, and others will follow at±
five minute intervals.
Contestants should have their canoesq
at the Ann Arbor station at 3:30
o'clock Friday., Those not owning
their own canoes may rent them' at
Tessmer's at a special rate. The train
for Lakeland leaves Saturday morning
at 9:00 o'clock.
Entries may be made at the Union
desk until 6:00 o'clock Friday night.
Members of the Boat club must bringI
their membership cards. There aref
five portages on the route, at each of
which men will be stationed to checkt
the teams as they go by. At Bartonr
dam all canoes will be forced to make
a ten minute stop.
The Edison company has donated a
19-inch cup which will go to the or-
ganization that wins the race three
times
UN)DERCLASSMEN GET SECOND
CHANCE TO TRY FOR RELAY
Freshman and sophomores will be
given another o.portunity to try out
for the relay teams for the underclass
contests, tomorrow afternoon at the
Fair grounds, from 3:00 - to 5:30
o'clock. Student councilmen will be
on hand to take the time of the aspir-
ants. The time for weighing in for
the tug-of-war events will be announc-
ed tomorrow.
All the freshman and sophomore
classes will meet next Monday after-
noon, to elect captains for the differ-
ent contests, as provided by the stu-
dent council. Mass meetings will be
held in the west physics lecture room
at 7:00 o'clock to stir up enthusiasm
and hear final instructions, the first
year men meeting on Wednesday and
the sophs on Thursday.
May Pick Publication )Ianagers Today
Managers for the Student Directory
and Michiganensian for next year may
be chosen at the meeting of the board

in control of student publications to-
day. Several other matters of which
the board has charge will be brought
up at this meeting.

BAND APPEARS IN
CONCERT TONIGHT
Michigan's band, the men who will
take the "Victors" to Cambridge next
fall, will give a feature concert this
evening at 8:00 o'clock in Hill audito-
rium. All seats are selling at 25
cents.
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VARSITY MEET IS
INTERCLASS FRAY
Trainer Farrell has decided to make
the Varsity meet Saturday an inter-
class contest, in the hope that greater
interest will be stimulated and the
number of entries increased.

The following is the new progr am An interclass track struggle this
that will be followed tonight: year is certain to develop into a trian-
Coronation March from La l1rophet. gular affair, as the juniors have prac-
Selections from "Sweetheart." tically no material. The freshmen,'
Quartet-Selected. sophomores, and seniors possess some
Descriptivo Fantasia, strong athletes, many of them on the
"The Haunted I-louse." Varsity squad, and the result of the
"Blue Danube" Waltz. meet will be determined only after a
"Mill on the Cliff" hard fight.
Medley of Michigan Op* ras. Bond, Seward, Jansen, and Kohler
--._'are a few of the stars that will rep-
UNION TO HOLD TW) TENNIS resent the near grads in Saturday's
TOURNAMENTS I'IiS SPRING fray. The sophomores have Smith,
iMurphy, Fox, and Armstrong, besides
Trwo tennis tournaments wvill be slon-others who can be counted on to bring
c-c inteUno hi h, seconds and thirds.
sod by the Union this spring. The The freshmn, on their showin in
first is to be a tournament or sin:les, the all-fresh meets last winter,can
and will be held the week beginning boast of men that can beat the Varsity
May 18. All Union members except men in some events. Waterbury, the
the Varsity tennis men will be eligi- yearling high jumper is supreme in
ble. A nominal entrance fee of 25 cents his event; and Corbin the hurdler, is
will be charged, and all intending to probably the best in his line.
take part must sign a card which will All that intend to enter the meet
be posted at the Union next Monday. Saturday must hand their names to,
The second tournament will be for Farrell before Friday, as the entry
doubles and will begin Monday, May list will be closed that afternoon.
25. By that time the Varsity team will - -- ----
have returned from the eastern trip Senior Engineers Pay Dues Today
and will be allowed to participate. Senior engineers will have their last
---- -opportunity to pay assessment and
Old Graduate Back to Witness Ganmes class (lues from 9:00 to 12:00 and from
Dr. C. F. Heard, '98M, of Erie, Pa., 11:00 to 3:00 o'clock today in the corri
captain and second baseman of the dpr of the engineering building, near
Wolverine nine in '97, is back in Ann the library. Those who fail to pay to-
Arbor to see the Syracuse games this day will not get their names on the
week-end. . invitations.
SOCIETY STYLE SOLONS SAIL
OUT IN STRAWS SATURDAY 16"
It took a long time to decide. Some promised to protect all straw lids
wanted it earlier and some wanted it which have been in hibernation, and
later. But after much deliberation it the Beaus wish it strictly understood
was .decided. They didn't want to that no straw hat will be barred by its
make it public yet but the Daily ferret age.
forced it out of them. The Michigan Daily has never un-
The Campus Beau Brummels, socie- dertaken to spread the propaganda of
ty for the regulation of styles met last ,any society, but in this case the tra-
night and decided to hold the annual ditional policy will be waived and the
Straw :Hat Day on Saturday, May 16. Beaus will be supported editorially by
The police force of Ann Arbor has the Daily.
U NIVElSITY OF MICHIGAN BAND WIUCII GIVES C(ONCEUT IN HILL
AUDITORIU M 'I'ONIGHT

M CIILA 1 WARRIORS TAKE
SCALPS OF TWELVE JUNIORS
The following twelve juniors were
"roped" into Michigamua, the all-sen-
ior honorary society, yesterday after-
noon at Tappan oak: M. I. Lohman,
Karl Mohr, E. F. Hughitt, George Sis-
ler, Kenneth Baxter, W. B. Thom, Ed-
ward DePree, Efton James, J. B. Cat-
lett, W. S. Davidson, Sherwood Field,
and James Raynsford.
After the public initiation, all the
members assembled in the club rooms
for the customary banquet and for-
malities. A second election will be
held in about two weeks.
TO PICK TENNIS SQUAD FOR
DETROIT AND TOLEDO PLAY
Six Varsity tennis aspirants will be
chosen tomorrow, to form the squad
which will meet the Detroit Tennis
club in Detroit Saturday and the Tole-
do club in Toledo, Wednesday. From
these six, will be picked the four mem-
bers of the 1914 Varsity tennis team,
who will leave a week from tomorrow
on the eastern trip.
All the Ferry field courts are now in
condition for use, and Dr. A. O. Lee,
coach, is watching the elimination sets.
Twelve men have so far survived the
trials.
SALE OF PAGEANT
SEATS ANNOUNCED
On Wednesday May 20, the seat sale
to the Jeanne d'Arc pageant will be
thrown open to the public from 9:00
to 5:00 o'clock. Seats will be sold in
the corridor of University hall. The
prices are $1.00, 75 and 50 cents.
Special attention will be given to
mail orders, which will be received
until May 16, at 6:00 o'clock, and theI
seats are to be' allotted according to
application. Mail orders must be ac-I
companied by money order or draft
and return addressed stamped envel-
opes. Orders should be addressed to
Margaret Foote, 718 South Ingalls. t
Members of the cast, committees,I
and faculty may obtain seats in Uni-i
versity hall on Monday May 18 from
9:00 to 5:00 o'clock. On Tuesday mem-1
bers of the women's league may buyj
seats from 9:00 to 5:00 o'clock. On
Wednesday the general public sale
commences.1
Professor Kenyon announced yester-a
day that the drill on the court dancesi
was nearly completed, and work upon
the peasant dances would begin justc
as soon as the music was ready. The1
main cast members will start rehears-
ing Saturday, but their part does nott
assume importance until the entire3
cast is ready to rehearse the finished
pageant.1
fIRLS' GLEE CLUB TO GIVE
PUBLIC CONCERT SATURDAY
Forty members of the Girls' Glee club,
under the management of Helen Lo-I
man,'14,will give a public concert next
Saturday at 8:00 o'clock in Sarah Cas-
ivell Angell hall. Tickets are now
on sale by any member of the club at
35 cents. Immediately following thet
concert, dancing will begin.
The organization has practicallyI
doubled in size this year, and for the
first time in its history gave an out-
of town concert, when it went to Jack-
son by special invitation.
Griffins to Initiate Iortais Toowigh
Griffins, messengers of the Gods, will
descend from Mount Olympus tonightI

to initiate 10 of the chosen mortals
into the upperclass interdepartmental
honorary society. The neophyte gods
will be waiting at the flagpole on the
campus at 5:30 o'clock.

r _

CAPT. SHELTON
WILL SPEAK ON
SUMMER CAMP
Representative of Army to Outline
Plans at 4:10 O'clock
Today in Hill
Auditorium
IAJOR-GENERAL WOOD NOT
ABLE TO COME AT PRESENT
Ludington Selected as Site For Ono
of These Summer Military
Gatherings
Capt. G. H. Shelton, U. S. A., will
explain the workings of the summer
military camps for students, in Uni-
versity Hall at 4:15 o'clock this af-
ternoon. He is substituting for Major-
General Leonard Wood, who is unable
to come because of the Mexican crisis.
A camp will be held on the east side
of Lake Michigan at Ludington, and
will be under the supervision of reg-
ular army officers. Thiese camps are
organized for the express purpose of
training college men in military tac-
ties so that in time of need more ofi-
cers will be available.
Only university or college students
in good standing or seniors in high
and preparatory schools are eligible
to attend the camps. The age limit is
set from 18 to 30 years.
Expenses at the camp constitute
$17.50 for board, the government fur-
nishing tents, cots, blankets, and field
equipment. The student is expected to
purchase his own drab olive uniform.
The course lasts five weeks, starting
July 7. 'Routine work will be held in
the mornings, giving the cadets the af-
ternoons for recreation.
CLASS BASEBALL NINES PLAY
OFF FOUR GAMES IN SERIES
Three teams were eliminated in yes-
terday's play in the interclass base-
ball series. Each team having for-
feited a game in the junior engineer-
soph medic series, yesterday's game
was the deciding bout and went to the
junior engineers by a 6 to 3 score.
The third game of the soph lit-
fresh lit series was won by the soph
lits. Rapport for the fresh held the
sophs in control till the third inning
when the sophs got to him for 4 runs.
Warner worked in the box for the sec-
end year team and was never in dan-
ger.
The soph engineers bowed to the
fresh medics in a 12 to 4 game in
which the medics established their
right to entrance in the second round.
By winning a 6 to 4 game from' the
homeops the fresh dents made their
standing in the series one apiece.
Because of the Varsity ball game
today no games are scheduled.
FRESh TENNIS TEAM WILL
PLAY ALBION ON SATURDAY
The All-Fresh tennis team will go to
Albion Saturday to meet the Albion
college team in a dual match. Inclem-
ent weather has delayed the freshman
tournament and the team has not yet
been selected.
The second rounid in the tournament
was played yesterday and the follow-
ing matches will make up the third
round to be played today: -Lockard-
Jones, - Bomash-Schatzkin, Hansen-
Thompson, Polasky-Bradbeer, Saal-

Mason, Broadhead-Fontanna Nord-
Black, and Hart-Huntington.
The match between Birmingham and
Hansen in the second round was not
completed, and it was decided to award
the third set to Hansen.

HEAR THE

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That is to take "The VICTORS" to Cambridge
Hill Auditorum . . , Tozght
8:oo P. M5Zc I

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...

Notice all Competitors
Class Basebal players
and Tenns players are re-
quired to present student
book coupon after 12:00
noon on days of Baseball
games and track meets.

BASEBALL GA ES
SYRACUSE vs. MICHIGAN
THURSDAY, MAY 7, 4:05 P, M, AND SATURDAY, MAY 9, 3:00 P. M,
ADMISSION 50c

BASEBALL

Cornell vs. Michigan
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13th
4:05 P. M. Admission 50o

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