Vol. XXIV, No. 155.
ANN ARBOR, MICrIIGAN, SATURDAY., MAY 9, 1914.
Methodists Cross Bats With iSsler's
Men at 3:30 O'clock-If
EVENTS FOR TODAY
Girls' Glee club concert, Sarah
well Angell hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Junior-freshman girls' lupcheon, Mich-
igan Union, 12:00 o'clock.
Weekly membership dance, Michigan
Union, 9:00 o'clock.
Final fresh and soph relay obstacle
race tryouts, Fair grounds, 9:00
Varsity track meet, Ferry field, 2:00S
Mirhi~rr_'vaxs~ anal m'~r
ORANGE AME TO FOLLOW
CLOSE OF TRACK EVENTS
Syracuse Coach Saves Star Twirler
to Stop Michigan's String
The Fates and the weather permit-
ting, a baseball game will be staged
on Ferry field this afternoon when the
Wolverines will clash with the Orange-
men from Syracuse in the first really
big game of the Michigan home sched-
ule. The game is scheduled to start
at 3:30 o'clock, or at the close of the
Varsity track meet.
The Michigan Aggies were success-
ful in trouncing the easterners yester-
day, afternoon, thus making it all the
more imperative that Lundgren's men
come through this afternoon with a
win. The battle today will at least
serve as a mode of comparison be-
tween the teams and will give the
dopesters a line on what may be ex-
pected next Saturday when the Wol-
verines meet the Aggies in their first
tilt of the 1914 season.
The Syracuse coach saved his big
star pitcher, Turnure yesterday, send-
ing Nichols against the Farmers and
preservingg the mainstay of the mound
staff for the Wolverines today. Turn-
ure has'been doing big things for the
Orange nine in the east, and it Is ex-
pected that he will make a big at-
tempt to repeat against Lundgren's
The Michigan coach will send either
Captain Sisler or "Doc" Baribeau
against the the visitors, the choice fa-
voring t e leader. Baer is doped to
work behind the bat. The Wolverines
still have their eyes on their rapidly-
growing shut-out record, and unless
the soggy ground makes any kind of
play impossible, will endeavor to fat-
ten their percentage at the expense
of the easterners.
ALL FRESH TEAM
The Michigan all-fresh baseball team
will leave this morning at 9:37 o'clock
for Detroit, where they play the Uni-
versity of Detroit at Mack Park in the
afternoon. The game will be partic-
ularly interesting in that the Univer-
sity of Detroit has been working un-
der the tutorship of George Lawton,
an ex-Michigan football star, while La-
vans and Cory, of last year's Varsity
baseball teamn have had the freshmen
The youngsters' team has been some-
what weakened through loss of men
by eligibility rulings, but if Tuesday's
victory over the Varsity may be used
as an indication they should have little
trouble in tucking away today's game.
The lineup is not definitely known
but it is expected that the following
men will start: Maconahy lf; Nieman
ef;Taylor rf; Maltby 1b; Rowan 2b;
Schmidt 3b; McNamara p; Krause c.
LES VOYAGEURS JOURNEY
TO WHITMORE; ADD TWO MEN
R. F. Grefe, '16, and Hgrry Gisborn,
'16, were initiated last night into Les
Voyageurs, a society composed of men
who enjoy outdoor life. The annual
banquet was held at Whitmore lake
w ith 25 members present. Today the
woodsmen will go to Lakeland from
where they will start a two day trip
down the river to Ann Arbor.
m ingan-ayracuse aseai gameer-
ry field, 3:30 o'clock.
Michigan Union Boat club water Mar-
athon, starts at Lakeland, 10:00
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Dr. George A. Gordon speaks at the
Methodist Episcopal church, 7:30
0. 3. Price, Ph.D., speaks at First Bap-
tist church, 7:45 o'clock.
Rabbi Abraham Cronbach speaks to
Jewish Students' Congregation, Or-
pheum theatre, 7:00 o'clock.
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
EAST LANSING, MICH., May 8.-
The Syracuse University baseball nine
made a fruitless invasion into the Ag-
gies camp here today where they were
humiliated to the tune of 5 to 4.in a
closely contested fray.
Blake Miller was-on the mound for
the Farmers and held the Methodistst
safe at times when hits meant runs.<
Nichols performed for the losers, but4
was not as lucky in the pinches.
A soggy field deprived the game oft
any fielding features and the game was
anybody's until the last.
R H E
Michigan Agges ,..........5 7 3t
Syracuse .....................4 8 3
Batteries-Miller,Bbbins and Adler;
Nichols and Farber.
FORTUNE TELLERS FORECAST
SENIORS' FUTURE TUESDAY
Flower Favors and Tete-a-Tetes Giver
Diversity to Cap and Gown t
Two fortune tellers will camp int
tents on the Union lawn at the All-f
Senior dinner-dance Tuesday, accord-N
ing to the arrangements of the com-t
bined committees which met last night
and drafted final plans for the cap andI
gown event. Novel flower favors will
be given to the women at the dinner,
and several favor dances will proba-
bly be arranged.
The party will last until at leastj
1:00 o'clock, instead of midnight, asa
previously announced The presenta
sale of tickets indicates that the floorc
will not be overcrowded, as the for-n
tune tellers and tete-a-tete possibil-t
ities on the lawn are planned to fur-1
nish proper diversity. In case of rainX
arrangements have been made to ac-c
commodate the crowd easily by utiliz-a
ing the dining room, the loungingt
room and other parts of the building.
SIGNAL HONORS BESTOWED
ON THREE JUNIOR MEDICSt
Alpha Omega Alpha, the nationalt
honor fraternity of the medical depart-1
ment, has elected to membership fromi
the junior medic class, John W. Sher-A
rick, B.S.; Albert C. Furstenburg, B.S.;
and George B. Sutton, A.B. The elec-
tions are made on a basis of scholar-
ship by the senior members from as
list approved .by the faculty. Half of
the membership, for any one year, isr
chosen at the end of the junior year,
the remainder being elected in Novem-t
ber of the senior year.c
ON CINDERS TODAY
Four Teams Will Compete on Ferry
Field for Track and Field
WILL START AT 2:00 O'CLOCK
Entrants -from the four classes will
contend for supremacy this afternoon
at the Varsity track meet on Ferry
field. The first event will be called
promptly at 2:00 o'clock, so. that the
meet will not interfere with the ball
game, starting at 3:30 o'clock.
From all indications, a hot clash
should take place between the seniors
and the freshmen for first place, al-
though the sophomores possess a
string of athletes that may swing the
dope. The juniors are not reckoned
as serious contenders, because of the
lack of material, and are practically
sure of landing on the tail end of the
Trainer Farrell will use this meet
for a double purpose. It will serve
as trials to determine the men that
will be entered against the Methodists
next Saturday, and also to settle the
makeup of the all-fresh squad that
will be sent to Lansing to meet the
Farmers on the same date.
The rain of the last two days will
probably prevent the athletes from
making any good marks on the soft-
ened track. The jumpers, polevault-
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FO R SPRING GAMES
If weather permits, fresh-soph relay
rials will be held from 9:00 to 12:00
o'clock this morning at the Fair
grounds. If it rains today, opportunity
vill be given next week to the classes
to fill up their 16-man teams for the
Weighing in for the tug-of-war
WOMEN WARBLERS CHANGE FESTIVAL PROGRAM 'ANNUAL SWING
Aslight change has been made Int
TO APPEAR TONIGH T c-- a enmd
the arrangement of the May festival
Michigan Songs to Feature Season's concerts this year, inasmuch as the
First Local Concert of usual organ recital on Saturday noon H ull COM PLE
Girls' Glee Club will now take its place in the regular
series at no extra expense to holders
SING "CASTLES, FAIRY CASTLES" of season tickets. This recital will be Departments Will March In Ord
given by Earl V. Moore on May 16, Establishment at University;
Michigan songs and "Castles, Fairy with Inez Barbour, soprano and Mar- Are Assigned
Castles," written by Helen Malcomson ----Stations
for the junior girls' play will be fea-- SPEAKRS TO INCLUDE DR.
tured at the Girls' Glee club concertE ANGELL AND PRO. D'0
which will be given in Sarah Caswell A E A___
Angell hall at 8:00 o'clock tonight. The Seniors Dine at Union After Pai
club is twice as large as last year, hay' Hold Sing on Steps of Alumi
ing 40 members and has been working Memorial
under the direction of Miss Nora Hunt
of the university school of music. P'omenade plans for the annual
Tickets for tonight's concert can be ior "swing-out," to be held Tuesda
procured from members of the club or ternoon, are complete. The floc
at the door. black robes and mortarboards
The program which will be given at then be worn by the near gradu
tonight's concert follows: Lail V. Moore for the first time, in the tradit
I. (a) Win for Michigan. -__winding___________
(b) Irish Love Song. garet Keyes, contralto as soloists, winding parade.
(c) Cupid Made Love to the Moon. Mr. Moore has won for himself-a Seniors r all departments willp
(d) A Merry Life position as one of the leading concert at their respective places at
Miss Sargent and Club. organists of the Middle West. His nu- into University Hall will start pror
II. A Scene from College Life. merous concert appearances have won ly at 3:15 o'clock.
(a) When Night Falls. for him many admirers and the series y Sen:or o lir.
(b) I'llhe'er N get MColls.e of twilight recitals which he has given
SNee Forget M College in Hill auditorium since the rebuilding will meet on the walk between
in illauitoiumsice he ebildngMuseum and University hall.; the
(c) My Girl at Michigan, of the Frieze Memorial organ, have gine ersiyl all
(d) Michigan Goodbye. justified the admiration and respect of ginees Uon the small diagonial v
(e) Language of Love.those who have been interested in his getseen ce;sth med on
III. Readings from "Huckleberry promising career., welks residence; the medics on
walk between University hall and
Finn." - library; the 'laws between Univer
Miss Ethyl Fox SOCIOLOGY STUDENTS WILL hall and the flag pole; the pharmic
IV. Castles, Fairy Castles. SPEND TODAY IN DETROIT the main diagonal walk in front of
Misses Alice Lloyd and Romaine Brom- cannon; the homeops at the north
well Sociology students will leave this tranen of the ponnnmie sbiling:
Doan yo' Cry.
Girls' Glee Club.
ON HURON TODAY
From Lakeland to Ann Arbor, 31
teams, will begin Monday from 4:00 1miles, nine teams of two men each
to 6:00 o'clock, at Waterman gymna-
sium, for the freshmen, sophomores
'Tuesday. Three weights will be set as
the limit of the teams, 135 pounds, and
Meetings have been called by all the
class presidents of the two classes for
Monday, to elect captains allotted to
them by the student council according
to the rotation system. Combined
mass meetings for both classes have
been arranged by 14. B. Carpenter, '14,
for Wednesday and Thursday nights,
when final plans will be discussed for
the three scraps.
KEELEY TO COMBINE INTER
OCEAN AND RECORD-HERALD
James Keeley, editor of the Chicago
Tribune, who addressed the class in
journalism last fall, has purchased
and combined the Chicago Record-Her-
ald and the Inter Ocean, two of Chi-
cago's leading morning newspapers.
Mr. Keeley, who is also the editor of
the combined 'publication, will begin
his new work Monday, resigning his
present position as managing editor,
of the Chicago Tribune. Mr. Keeley is
an honorary member of the local chap-
ter of Sigma Delta Chi.
Interscholastic Entries Due Today
Entries for the interscholastic meet
to be held on Ferry field Friday and
Saturday, May 22 and 23, are to be in
today. Manager P. D. Koontz, '14, is
in receipt of many of the entries al-
ready but official announcement will
be made in tomorrow's Daily.
Noted Rabbi to Address Congregation
Rabbi Abraham Cronbach, of South
Bend, Ind., will speak on the subject
"Morsels of Midrasch" at the weekly
meeting of the Jewish Students' Con-
gregation to be held at the Orpheum
theater, tomorrow evening at 7:00
will paddle this morning in Michigan's
first water marathon. Beginning at
10:00 o'clock, the canoes will leave at
five minute intervals, resting only at
the five portages and at Barton dam,
where a ten minute stop will be made.
To the organization whose team wins
first place, .will be given the first leg
on a 22-inch cup, donated by the Edi-
son company, which must be won three
years successively for final possession.
The record for the trip, made last year
is four hours and 20 minutes. The
teams are expected to finish at Tess-
mer's between 2:30 and 3:00 o'clock.
J. M. Stanley, '14, and C. E. Stone,
'16, will represent Sigma Chi; C. W.
Royce and J.B. Steere, Les Voyageurs;
W. A. Warrick and W A. Reichle, '16E,
Trigon; W. W. Harryman, '17, and W.
C. David, '17E, Beta Theta Pi; J. R.
Wallace, '16E, and Dalby, '14E, Union;
J. C. Abbott, '15E, R. A. Hayward, Phi
Kappa Sigma; R. A. Hill, '14E, A. V.
McIver, '14E, Kappa Beta Psi; K. W.
Vance, '16, and E. H. Merritt, '17E,
Union; F. H. Saier, '15L, and A. C.
Fletcher, '14E, Michigamua.
ELIMINATED CLASS TEAMS
PLAY CONSOLATION SERIES
A consolation series of interclass
ball games has been arranged for the
teams which were eliminated in the
first round of the annual games. In-
tramural Director Rowe has prepared
the special schedule and games are
booked for this morning as follows:
All pharmies vs. fresh laws, fresh lits
vs. fresh engineers, soph medics vs.
soph engineers, and senior medics vs,
Two games still remain on the first
round schedule of the championship
series due to the continuous rain of the
past few days. Weather permitting,
the junior dents and junior laws will
play off the third of their series, and
the fresh dents will oppose the all
architects also this morning.
DR. GEORGE A. GORDON 'ORACAUSESF
PASTOR OF OLD SOVTR CHVRCH, BOSTON AND VICTORY."