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IV, No. 158.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1914.

PRICEI FIVE C

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L VETERAN
MME ON EVE
IF BIG GAME
a Again Lost to Varsity Squad,
Quaintance, Ferguson or
Davidson Will Face
Cornell Today
ST WITH ITH1ACANS IS
,UCIAL ONE FOR MICHIGAN
Sisler *May Appear in Lineup
Today, as His Arm Is
Uninjured,

EVENS FOR TODAY
All-fresh "pep~ mass meeting for
spring contests, W. physics lecture
room, 7:00* o'clock.
Cornell-Michigan.baseball game, Ferry
field, 4:05 o'clock.
First May Festival concert, Alma
Gluck, soprano, Hill auditorium, 8:00
o'clock.
Junior engineer cabaret dinner, Mich-
igan Union, 6:00 o'clock.
Annual senior swing-out march to
University Hall starts at 3:05
o'clock.
Swing-out progrdam, University Hall,
3:30 o'clock.
Finals in the Fresh and Soph relay ob-
stacle race try-outs, Fair grounds,
1:00 to 3:30 o'clock.
Weighing-in for soph tug-of-war
teams, 1:00 to 3:30 o'clock.

FRESHMAN MASS
MEETING TQ BE
HELD TONIGHT
First Year Men Will Meet in Physies
Lecture Rtoom to Arouse
Greater Class
Spirit
ONLY TEN SOPHOMORES H AVE
TRIFD OUT FOR RELAY RACES

Underelassmnen Select Captains
Tug of War and Obstacle
Race Teams

* *

* * * * * *

For

"Doc" Baribeau, dean of the Michi-
gan hurling staff who was scheduled
to pitch today's game against Cornell,
is again .temporarily lost to the Varsity
squad. The sudden death of his grand-
father summoned Baribeau to his home
in Grand Ledge last evening. On the
eve of the southern trip his wife's ill-
ness prevented Baribea from going
south with the team.
The absence of Baribeau makes to-
day's gamhe-an even more critical test
for the Varsity. With a record of but
one defeat in 114 intercollegiate con-
tests and a row of nine straight wins
behind them, the Varsity today faces
the ,stroug Cornell team in the last
contest before the eastern trip.
With the exception of the Syracuse
game Saturday, the Varsity has not
been on the field since last Wednesday,
the rainy weather preventing the prac-
tice drills. 'The fielding and batting
slump of the team in the game against
the Orange is credited to the lack of
regular work, and if this is true the
nine should be in even poorer condi-
tio today.
Lundgren refuses to accept this pes-
simistic prophecy, however, affirming
that his men will put up a strong front.
Quaintance, Ferguson or Davidson will
hurl for Michigan, and the rest of the
lineup will be the same as has been
used in the other games. -
The reports published in the state
press to the effect that Captain Sis-
le'r's arm is troubling him and that he
had gone to. consult "Bonesetter"
Reese this week end are branded by
coach and captain as absolute false-
hoods, without the slightest founda-
tion.
"Sisler's arm is in as good shape as
it ever was," said Lundgreu last night,
"and it is not at all improbable that
George will appear in the lineup to-
morrow, probably in the outfield."
Regan will probably hurl for Cor-
nell, and according to the advance no-
tices is a star. Princeton, Columbia,
Tufts, Bucknell and Lafayette have all
been humbled by the Ithacans, and Re-
gan Is credited with 21 strikeouts in
the 17 inning game with Lafayette ear-
ly this year.
A feature of today's game will be the
appearance of the seniors seated in a
body, following the swing out exercis-
es. 'A section of seats will be set aside
for the near-grads who appear in their
caps and gowns.
The batting orders for today's game,
which is scheduled to start at 4:05
o'clock, follow:
Michigan-Sheehy cf; Howard lb;
McQueen 2b; Benton rf; Baker ss; La-
badie If; Hughitt ,3b; Baer c; Quaint-
ance or Ferguson p.
Cornell-Schirrick c (Captain) ; Don-
ovan 2b; Bills ss; Baugher cf; Taber
If; Grossman rf; Adair 3b; Keating
lb; Regan or Bryant p.
INTERSCHOLASTIC ENTRIES
MAY INCLUDE CALIFORNIA
E. R. Caughey, '08E, former Michi-
gan athlete has sent word to Manager
P. D. Koontz, asking for information
concerning the meet. Caughey is de-
sirous of entering four men from the
Ukiah, California high school.
Five new entries for the interscho-
lastic meet were received yesterday.
The local high school was on the list
which came in, and the others include
Richmond, Battle Creek, Lewis Insti-

EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Prof. R. E. Hoxey speaks in Engineer-
ing lecture room, 1:30 o'clock.
Engineering exhibit in old engineering
and chemistry building, from 7:00 a.
M. to 11:00 p. M.
Dixie club smoker, Michigan Union,
7:00 o'clock.
All-soph "pep" mass meeting for
spring contests, west physics lecture
room, 7:00 o'clock.
Second May Festival concert, Hill
auditorium, 8:00 o'clock.
ADD NAMESOF TWON
MEN BY PETITIONS'

Freshmen from all departments will
assemble at 7:00 o'clock tonight, in
the west physics lecture room, for
the first big mass meeting of the
spring, to create "pep" for the clashes
with the sophomores on Friday after-
noon and Saturday morning. Details
of the methods of attack in the con-
tests will be outlined by the leaders,
and men, prominent in campus affairs,
will give short talks. Sophomores will
meet tomorrow night for the same
purpose, at the same time and place.
Final relay obstacle race trials which
were scheduled for yesterday after-
noon, were again postponed because of
the unkindness of the weatherman. As
a result, the number of tryouts still
remains, 55 freshmen and 10 sopho-
mores. At least 38 more second year
men are needed, and opportunity will,
be given to both classes from 1:00 to
3:30 o'clock this afternoon, to qualify.
more and faster men for the three

MAY FESTIVAL
CURTAIN RISES.
THISEVENING
Audience to Be Afforded Better View
of Choral Union Songsters
by An Elevated
Platform
STOCK WITH HIS MUSICIANS
WILL ARRIVE EARLY TODAY
Alma ,Gluck, Favorite American So-
prano, Will Be Main Attraction
For Tonight
With the installation of an elevated
platform for the Choral Union, in order
that the singers may be seen from all
points in. Hil1 uditorium, final ar-
rarigements for the May festival are
complete. The grounds have been
sown, shrubbery planted and the en-
trance to the auditorium has been
improved by the erection of two at-
tractfve electroliers.
For the programs, too, everything is
in readiness. The Chicago orchestra
arrives this morning and will rehearse
with the Choral Union this afternoon.
The artists will arrive during the day
and visitors from all over the state are
already coming in numbers.
Tonight's concert, tpe first of the
festival series, enlists he services of
the Chicago Symphony orchestra,Fred-
erick Stock, conductor, and' Alma
Gluck, the noted American soprano, as
soloist. The opening number will start
at 8:00 o'clock and the public is ur-
gently requested to arrive on time. The
program is as follows:
March-"Pomp and Circumstance"..
. . .... ................. E lgar
Overture-"Benvenuto Cellini" .

* SWING OUT PROCRA N FOR *
* THE DAY.
* -0-
* 3: o'clock seniors of all de- *
* partments meet for march *
* to r. Hall. *
* Lits, between U. hall and Mu- *
* seum. *
* Engineers, between.U. *hall
* and Dr. Angell's residence.*
* Medics, between U. hall and *
* nlibrary.
* Laws, between U. hall aiind flag *
* pole. *
* Pharmics, near cannon.*
* Homeops, at north entrance of *
* economics building. *
* Dents, at south entrance of *
* economics building*
* 3:25 o'clock, exercises inU.
* Hal. *
*4:00 o'clock, promenade around
d campus. . T
* 4:10 o'clock, promenade to Fer-
* ry field.
* 7:00 o'clock, first all-senior sing,
* Memorial hall steps.
Boat Club to Hold DanHe Saturday
The third Michigan Union Boat club
dance will be held at the Union Sat-
urday night, .May 16. Tickets will be-
on sale to Boat club members tomor-
row, at the Union desk. The commit-
tee in charge is composed of: P. H1.
Middleditch, '15E, W. E. Reid, '16E, E.
W. Bisbee, '16, and Louis Bruch, '16L.
Feature dances will furnish an. added
attraction.
SYLVAN S. GROSNER
WRITES 1915 OPERA

OCCUR

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Foote and Mohr Placed in Nomination
For Union Presidency
Last Night
WILL HOLD ELECTION SATURDAY
Marshall Foote, '14, and Karl Mohr,
'13-'15L, were nominated by petition
yesterday for the office of president of
the Michigan Union. Patrick D.Koontz,
'14, and Werner Schroeder, '14, are al-
so candidates for the office of presi-
dent, having been nominated by the
committee along with two other sen-
iors who withdrew from the race.
The election will take place Satur-
day morning from 9:00 to 1:00 o'clock,
being thus extended in order that those
who attend the spring games may be
able to vote. All members of the
Union including life members are eli-
gible to vote. The complete list of
candidates for all of the offices will be
announced in The Daily tomorrow. All
nominations by petition must be hand-
ed in at the Union by 9:00 o'clock this
morning,
TWO T1RACK MEETS
KEEP TEAMS BUSY
Varsity and Syracuse Squads Clash on
Cinder Path at Ferry Field
Saturday
FRESH PREPARING FOR 11. A. C.
While their elders the Varsity are
preparing to combat with Syracuse on
Ferry field this Saturday, the all-fresh
track team is preparing to clash with
the M. A. C. squad at East Lansing,
May 30th. .
Reports from Syracuse, the home of
the Orangemen, say that Barton, the
star mile and half mile runner, is in-
eligible and will probably be unable to
appear against the Wolverines in Ann
Arbor.
To offset this loss Syracuse is known
to be strengthened by the find of a
pole vaulter with the ability to top 12
feet. By all reports from the enemy's
camp, the Methodists are strong where
the Michiganders are weak, in the
field events.
Coach Tom Keane, of the Syracuse
track squad, considers that his charg-
es have the best chance in years to
win an outdoor track meet from their
western rivals. Bowser, his crack
quarter miler is still suffering from
a pulled tendon, but the veteran train-
er hopes to have him back in shape for

DELAYED SWINI
OUT EXERCISE

Author of Successful Book
Lyrics for This Year's
Production,

Wrote

team s. ................. ....... Berlioz
Freshmen again outnumbered the Aria-"Caro Nome" (Rigoletto).. Verdi
sophs in the weighing in conducted Mine. Alma Gluck
yesterday afternoon. Only 100 sophs Symphony, D minor .........Franck
have stepped on the scales to date, Lento-Allegro non troppo;
while nearly 200 freshmen have turn- Allegretto; Allegro non troppo
ed out. As at least 35 more sophs are Aria-"Casta diva" (Norma) .. Bellini
needed to fill out the three 45 man Mine. Alma Gluck
teams, sophs will be given a final Symphonic Poem-"Phaeton".....
chance to weigh in from 1:00 to 3:30. .................... Saint-Saens
o'clock this afternoon. (a) Peasant Song ......Rachmaninoff
Fresh laws elected J. C. Weidrich, (b) Chanson Indoue............
'16L,, captain of the soph push ball. ............. ...'.. Rimsky-Korsakoff
team. Soph lits chose George Murphy (c) Song of the Shepherd Lehi , ..
captain of the first relay, and R. P. .. . . ............Rimsky-Korsakoff
Stewart, captain of the middleweight Mme. Alma Gluck
tug of war. Soph engineers elected Theme and Variations, and final Pol-
Chase B.Sykes to lead the heavyweight onaise............. Tschaikowsky
tug of war, and L. J. Richards and S.T.
Steen to captain the first and second FORESTRY DELEGATES WILL
relays. The combined fresh and soph ATTEND CORNELL EXERCISES
medics, homeops, dents and pharmicsU
will meet today to elect the remaining Professor Roth to Appear on Program
captains. Fresh lits will assemble at Dedicating New Science
4:15 o'clock, in room 101 economics Building
building to select their captains, and
the fresh engineers will elect their Thirteen delegates from the forestry
leaders at their regular assembly this department will leave Ann Arbor to-
morning. night for Ithaca to represent Michigan
Captain Arthur Kohler, of the track at the dedication of Cornell's new sci-
team, Captain James Raynesford, of ence hall.
the football team, and George Pater- Prof. Filibert Roth will be one of the
son, captain of the 1913 football team, principal speakers on the program,
will act as referees of the three con- which includes such eminent foresters
tests. as ex-Chief Forester Gifford Pinchot,
B. E. Furnow, dean of the forestry
the impending fray. school at Toronto, and Chief Forester
Michigan's strong all-fresh repre- Henry S. Graves. Besides the dedica-
sentatives are looking for a victory tory exercises, there will be a meeting
from the Farmers, but are up against of the Association of American Forest-
the best balanced team that M. A. C. ers and a convention of the Forestry
has boasted of in some years. clubs of the leading colleges.
BEAU BRUMMELS WILL DON
STRAW HEADGEAR SATURDAY
Lincoln was place, in the hall o2 fitting to press bricks, cement, and
fame for signing the Emancipation boulevard sward beneath a straw sky
Proclamation (and other things). Duc piece. The date has been set. The
D'Avergnie became a memberof, thej
e Honor because he signed constabulary will be called out to pun-
Legion of no ecae-An n e s
teAvergnie decree-And now thej ish those who are previous in the style

.1

JUDGES PRAISE . ALL

RO1SI

Sylvan S. Grosner, '14L, is the au-
.thor of the book selected for the 1915
Union opera. Honorable mention was
given to books submitted by W. A.
Fort, '15; H. R. Schradzki, '15L, and
W. A. P. John, '16; M. M. Scott, '16L,
and B. S. Motter, '16. The books were
high class in every respect and the
committee of judges consisting of Bert
St. John, Prof. F. N. Scott, and F. G.
Tomkins, found the selection a diffi-
cult matter. K. B. Hoch, '14, and A. C.
Denison, '15, assisted the judges in an
advisory capacity.
The successful author has been act-
ive in the work on past operas and.
wrote the lyrics for this year's pro-
duction, "A Model Daughter." He has
also written the words to a number'
of songs that have made their appear-
ance, on the campus recently. "The
Saxaphone Rag" is one of his produc-
tions.
. Kenneth Baxter, '15E, general chair-.
man of the 1915 opera, requests that
all men who have any intention of
writing the music for the show meet
at the Union tomorrow afternoon at
5:00 o'clock. W. A. Diekema, '14, who
wrote the music for the 1914 produc-
tion will be kpresent to make sugges-
tions.
VARSITY BAND GIVES FIRST
CONCERT ON FRIDAY NIGHT
Final arrangements are rapidly be-
ing completed for the first of the series
of campus band concerts which will be
given next Friday evening at 6:45
o'clock. The program will consist
largely of Michigan songs nd opera
music. The band scores of Contrarie
Mary have just been received.
The following men will take part in
the concert: K. F. Boucher, E. M.* Bra-
dy, W. C. Breidenbach, L. C. Cort-
right, George Curry, M. B. Cutting, L.

Program to Be Same as Outlined
Yesterday; All Senior Sing
Will End Day's
Festivity
SENIORS ARE REQUESTED TO
MEET ON CAMPUS PROMP
Promenaders to Attend Cornell G
in a Body; to Be Admitted
Without Coupons
Swing omt exercises, which v
postponed yesterday because of u:
vorable weather, will be held to
The program will be the same as c
lined yesterday, except that instea
the "Cap and Gown" party ending
program, the Cornell baseball g
will furnish the diversion until the
senior sing at 7:00 o'clock on the .
morial hall steps.
The march to University Hall
begin promptly at 3:05 o'clock,
officials in charge urge all to ass
ble as soon as possible after 3
o'clock classes, that the program i
be finished by 4:00 o'clock, in t
for the promenaders to attend the C
nell contest. The annual class pictt
will not be taken after the parade
customary; instead the seniors
march to Ferry field in a body to
game. ,Director P. G. Bartelme ha
ranged to let the seniors enter thro
the large gate in an unbroken t
without showing their coupons, t
obviating the necessity of pass
through the turnstyle. He has a
promised to hold the game a few n
utes.
Leaflets will be distrmibuted to
outlining the events of the day
giving final instructions. In case
weather conditions' are unfavora
this afternoon for the promenade,
tices of postponement will be circU
ed.
ALL IN READINESS
TO OPEN EXHIB
Second Annual Display of Engine
Opens Tomorrow With Many
No elties
ELECTRICAL EFFECTS FEATURI
The engineering building is a 1
of activity in preparation for the
ond annual exhibit, which begins
morrow morning. Each ,departi
is striving to outdo the others in
magnitude and interest of the displa
Among the, most interesting exhi
will be that of the electrical engine
who have planned a number of nc
features. Two, electrical cars v
run at different rates of speed on
same 400 foot stretch of track, an
seemingly inevitable collision. will
averted by an automatic block sig
and brake system, constructed entir
by students. A house and barn will
struck by lightning, which will p
harmlessly down a system of lg
ning-rod protection. A current of
000 volts of electricity will be pas
through insulation, across a horn9,
and made to perform other nus
feats.
In six especially constructed boo
different styles of*'illumination will
demonstrated. In one booth, a Lus1
Demosthenes will be illuminated b
system of lights, so distributed as

beau brifmnmels shuffle into the calci-'
um amid the strains of, "Where- Did
You Get That Hat?"
Eons ago, to wear a straw hat be-
fore the bums had purchased, was a
cheap way of shuffling off this mortal
coil. Many a straw hat met its maker,
merely because some lad would have
led the springtime van. But now all is
changed., Upon, and after 12:01 a. m.,
Saturday, May 16, in this year. of our
Lord, it shall be both legitimate and

and to chastise. those who would ride
the frames of those who heed the de-
cree after the legitimate date.
May 16-May Festival.
May 16-Syracuse Meet.
May 16--Spring Contests.
May 16-Union Election.
Gaze at the aboge calendar. It will
be some day. But add the stellaT at-
traction-Official Straw Hat Day-and
it will be remembered until Ypsi wins
an intercollegiate!

F. Dietrich, A. H. Dilley, G. A. Dorsey, make totally different expression
M. L. Ferrell, S. R. Frederickson, C. G. the old philosopher's face. Repr
Frye, H. Gray, M. D. Haag, J. J. Hart tative of the modern age, a model
denburg, A. J. Helfrich, W. M. John- tric kitchen will be run, with a
ston, H. M. Klein, M. A. Lange, S. M. attachment to show the cost of co
Lewinstein, A. R. Lewis, R. J. Maier, each edible. The evolution of th
W. E. Matthews, W. C. Medill, C. E. light, from its crudest form, tc
Miller, R. R. Monroe, M. A. Norris, P. modern mercury lamp will be sl
V. O'Hara,-G. M. Olsen, P. Potts, G. The civil, mechanical, marine
Rich, J. W. Sherrick, G. D. Strong, L. forestry departments are devotin
Thomas, R. G. Trisler, D. O. Walthall, time to make their exhibits super
F. C. Wheeler, J. M. Whittey, C. B. I any of 'those in the past, and
Worth, C. C. Walcott and S. M. Adels- promises a number of special fea
dorf. - besides their regular display.

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