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Vol. XXIV, No. 163 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. .
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CAST BALLOTS
TOMORROW FOR
CONTROL BOARD
Men and Women in IUlier i4 Iigibl ,
to Vote for Three Student
Members of Publication
Board
TO PI K MEN FROM 1 FELl)
OF E IIHT UPIPERi L ASSIENj
Those Selected Will Vote With Four
Faculty edt ers, for Campus
.Edltors .

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NOMINATIONS FOR BOARD IN
CONTROL OF T1UDENT
PUBLICATION S.
-o-.
Voters-All students, men and
women.
Polls-University hall, Wednes-
day, May 20, 2:00 to 5:00
o 'clock.
Rules--Every studemt will be al-.
lowed to vote for thre oof the
following nominees:
H. B. Abbott, '13-15E, Cecil
Brown, '15, Selden Dickinson,
'13-'15L, Karl Mohr, '13-'15L,
Fred B. Foulk, '13-'15L, W. C.
Mulendore, '14-'16L, A 11a n
Ricketts, '15E?, Edward Saer,
'13-'15I.
The three nominees receiving
the highest nunmh1er of votes will
be declared elected.
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PLAY KALA 1A ZOO SATURDAY'
All-Fresh racquet wielders, with two
victories to their credit, will play their
third match of the season against Kal-
amaz.,oo next Saturday. The contest
with Scott High at Toledo, which was
previously scheduled for that date, has
been nullified.
The All-Fres.h four held Ypsilanti
Normal to a complete shut-out on Fer-
ry field courts Saturday afternoon,win-
ning every set of the six matches play-
ed.
ALI'M NUS PICTURES IUSICAL
AND COSMOPOLITAN CLUBS
Pictures of the =Cosmopolitan club
and of the combined musical clubs,
taken on their recent 'trips, are given
a prominent place in the May number
of the Alumnus, which went on sale
yesterday. This issue is especially de-
voted to the work of the Kansas City
association.
FIGURES SHOW
6253 STUDENTS
IN UNIVERSiTYI
Statement of Enrollment by Rpgistrar
Indicates Large Increase
Over Attendance
Last Year
EASTERN STATES STEAIADILY
INCREASE THEIR NUMBERS

COMEDY WILL
FEATURE SHOW
BY MUSICIANS
_lirth and Fun to Reign 11When )Iichigan
and California Glee Clubs
Sing on Saturday
Evening
'C( l1E EE VAUDEVILLE" IS
TITLE FOR ENTERTAIN MENT
E x positiou Quartette Will Appear in
Skit; Wolverine Stars to lie
Seen Again

THIRTY 'PREPS'
ENTER ANNUAL'
TRACK BATTLE

High Schools to Send Total of 212
to Compete For Honors
on Ferry Field
Saturday

Men

WINN'EIS OF LAST SEASON'S
MEET EXPECTED TO REPEAT
Medals Will Be Awarded at Dinner;
G Ien Visitors at Michigan
Union

The annual election of the three stu-
dent members of the board in control of
student publicatio.s will be held to-
morrow afternoon in University hall
from 2:00 to 5:00 p'clock, when all the
students on the campus, men and wom-
.en alike, will make their selections
from a field of eight candidates.
Each voter willl be allowed to cast
his ballot for three men. The three
having the highest number of votes
will be declared elected. The students
named will take office next year and
together with four faculty members,
chosen by the faculty, will constitute
the board which has supervision of all
canmpus publications. Next spring this
board will name the editors and busi-
'ness managers of The Iichigan Daily,
.Michiganensian, the Student Directory
.and Gargoyle.
The candidates who will be balloted
on tomorrow have been nominated by
the present heads of the student publi-
cations, and the canvassing- of the re-
.sults will be under their supervision.-
COMMUNICATION
Editor, The Michigan Daily:- --
Desiring to maintain all possible
good feeling ingthe approaching elec-
tion of officers of the women's league,
we, the undersigned, as candidates
for the office of president of that or-
ganization, do hereby make an appeal
to its members, asking that no elec-
tioneering or working for votes ini any
way whatsoever, be carried on during
the next ten days, or upon the day of
election, May 27.
(Signed)
CATHERINE REIGIARD
JOSEPHINE M. HAYDEN
CLARA G. ROE
HELEN G. MALCOMSON.
Play First Round of Tennis Matches
Most of the matches of the first
round of the Union tennis tournament
were played off yesterday, and the few
remaining matches of the first roujnd
;are to be completed today or-forfeited.
Unusual interest is manifested in the
tournament this year as is shown by
the fact that there were 48 entries.

Lifty-'l'wo
Send

TENNIS)MEN FIVE TO

ONE)

States and .Dependencies
Representations to
ni versity

"College vaudeville" is the name giv- The entries for the-sixteenth annual
en to the combined entertainment to interscholastic track meet which will
be prcsented in Hill auditorium next be staged at l erry field, Friday and
Saturday evening, by the University Saturday, May 22 and 23, were closed
of California Glee club and the Michi- Saturday night, the final count show-
gan Musical club. The California or- ing a total of 30 schools and 212 men
ganization is on its, way to Eiyrope, entered in the various events.
whereit.Nwill be en tour this sum-er. University High of Chicago won last
Its repertoire is said to be iomposed year's interscholastic and froth all
mainly of nonsensical, mi, icompell- dope should repeat again this year. It
ing specialties. is stated that their team, which easily
The 1915 Exposition Quartet, official won the Illinois Interscholastic meet
harmony producers for the Panama- at Champaign last Saturday, is one of
Pacific Exposition next year, will be the best prep-school track teams in the
one of the star attractions at next Sat- country.
urday's performance. The four stu- The cups for the meet, which have
dents in this aggregation are all jun-, been presented by the various cam-
iMrs at ilerkeley, each one having had pus societies and local merchants wifl
extended experience as a soloist. be on display today at Huston Broth-
"Rose Gilbert and his Famous Beau- ers.
ty Chorus" is announced by the Cali- Following are the schools to be rep-
fornia management as one of the big resented and their number of entries:
features in the variegated entertain- Alpena High school, 9; Ann Arbor
ment. Turner and Baker, in dialogue High school, 12; Armada High school,
and song, and Richard Lyman, starring 1; Battle Creek High school, 5; Bay
a as the parson's son in a burlesque City Eastern High school, 4; Chelsea
Klondike skit, have created sensations High school, 6; Chicago University
at the first performances on the Cali- High school, 13; Coldwater High
fornia club's tour. school, 2; C!roswell High school, 5;
Waldo Fellows and Alfred Williams, Detroit U. school, 2; Detroit Eastern
star comedians of the Michigan Glee High school, 13; Hillsdale High school,
and Mandolin club, will be on hand" l; Jackson high school, 15; Loyola
with new stunts and novelties. Both Academy, Chicago, L; Wayne High
of the local musical organizations are s c h o o 1 1 2 ;. Lansing H i g h
plannilg features for Saturday's show. school, 9; Lewis Institute of
Tickets for the concert are now on Chicago, 11; Memphis High school, 3;
sale at Wahr's, Sheehan's, and at the Muskegon High school, 12; Pinckney
Michigan Union. Main floor seats sell High school, 5; Plymouth High school,
for 50 cents, while seats on the two up- 7;Richmond High school, 2; Rockford
per floors are 25 cents. On account High school, 4; St. Joseph High school,
of the large crowds expected in town 2; Arthur Hill High school, Saginaw,
this week-end, the management is pre- 2; Ypsilanti High school, 4; Saginaw
paring to accommodate a capacity au- East Side High school, 8; Central
dience. High of Grand Rapids, 12; Rock Isl-
-- and High school; and Central High of
QUALIFYING RTUND IN GOLF Kalamazoo.
TOURNEY TO START TODAY Saturday evening at 5:30 o'clock, the
----boys will be tendered a dinner at the
Qualifying rounds in the first open Michigan Union at which time the cups
championship tournament of the U. of and medals will be awarded. A limited
M. Golf association, will be played this number of tickets for this dinner will
afternoon and tomorrow on the links be placed on sale to the student body
of the Ann Arbor Golf club. The six- and may be had at the Union for 50
teen men scoring best, will be divided cents a plate.

Statistics, made public by Registrar
Arthur G. Hall yesterday, show a total
enrollment of 6,2.53 students, for the
college year ending June 13. This is
an increase of 449 over last year's en-
rollment.
Following are the students enrolled
in each department; literary 2,614;
engineering 1,332; laws 612; graduateĀ°
298; medical 288; dental 286; architec-
tural 123; pharmacy 107; homeopathic
78; summer school 1,403.
In representation, Michigan leads
with 3,385, while Ohio and New York
follow with 485 and 405 respectively.
These are the states sending the great-
est number. The other representations
follow: Illinois 297; Pennsylvania,
269; Indiana, 200; Iowa, 74; Missouri,
70; Minnesota, 60; Kentucky, 49; Wis-
consin, 45; Colorado, 44; Montana, 43,#
District of Columbia, 41; Kansas, 39;
Nebraska, 37; Washington, 37; Massa-
chusetts and New Jersey, 36 each; Cal-
ifornia, 33; South Dakota, 32; Con-
necticut, 25; West Virginia, 25; Okla-
homa, 24; Georgia, 23; Oregon, 19;
Texas, 18; Philippine Islands 16; Por-
to Rico 13; Virginia, '13; Wyoming 13;
Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee
each 12; Arkansas, Utah, Maine, each
11; Florida, 10; Arizona and Maryland
each nine; Idaho, Rhode Island and
Vermont each eight; Alabam. seven;
Hawaii, New Hamphire, New Mexico,
and South Carolina each six; Nevada
and North Dakota each five; North
Carolina three; Delaware one.

Andrew% and H Tae One Doubles
Set for Wol~eries,"Who Play
Johns sopkiS Today
(Special to TIe Micigan Daily)
NEW HAVEN, CONN., May 18.-Yale
defeated the touring University of
Michigan tennis team five matches toS
one today, Andrews and Hall winning
from Lockwood and Stimpson in the
only defeat for the Eis.
The scores othe day's play follow:
singles-Gates (Y) defeated Wilsonq
(M) 6-1, 6-2; Cunningham (Y) de-
feated Hall (M) 6-0, 6-4; Lockwood
(Y) defeated Reindel (M) 6-2, 7-5;
Stanley defeated Andrews (M) 6-1,
6-4; doubles-Andrews and Hall de-
feated Lockwood and Stimpson 3-6,
6-4, 6-2 Gates an d Cunningham de'
feated Wilson and Reindel 6-0, 6--0.
The Michigan team left tonight forg
Baltimore, where they will play JohnsS
Hopkins Tuesday. c
PAGEANT,,SEAT
SALE P DICTS.1
LARGECROWDS
Ticket .. to.Jeanne d'Are Production tov
Be Sold to Public TMorrow $
in UniversityN
Halle
BIG CHORUSES PRACTICE IN
GYM; PROPERTIES ON HAND M
Cost of Pageant Will Be Nearly $2,000
First Show on Thursday f
Evening
Tickets for the Jeanne d'Arc pag- d
eant, selling at $1,00, $0.75 and $0.50,
will be put on sale to members of the
women's league today in University
hall, from 9:00 to 5:00 o'clock. To-h
morrow the box office will be thrown I
open to the general public. F
Yesterday's sale netted nearly $500, if
which coupled with the mail orders
predicts a heavy attendance on Ferry s
field Thursday night for Michigan's in-d
itial pageant. The hour set is 7:30 b
o'clock,
Rehearsals are being pushed vigor-a
ously by Professor Kenyon. The en-i
tire case is practicing every eveningh
in Barbour gym, which is taxed to ac-s
commodate the big choruses. Nearlya
all the banners, costumes and other
properties, are on hand, so that theh
five acts can now be rehearsed with{
all the necessary equipment.r
The cost of the pageant, so far asI
known, amounts to between $1,200 anda
$2,000, and the proceeds from the gatef
returns will go toward paying the debtc
on Palmer field.
CANINE CRIMINALS WILL BE
SHOT LIKE MEXICAN REBELS
Every dog has his day. Four fra-
ternity bull dogs are confined at the1
city bastile by the police department,
and unless reclaimed by the owners1
today, they will be shot at sunset. The,
animals are "booked" for appearing
on the streets without muzzles, as re-
quired by the city ordinance, and the
owners are liable for a fine of $50 for
a violtion of this ordinance.
FOUR NAMED FOR ASSISTANT
VARSITY BASEBALL MANAGER
Harold Easley, '16, C. E. Stryker,
'16E, Russell Stearns, '16, and Sidney
Steen, '16E, have been nominated for
assistant Varsity baseball manager by
the nominating committee, consisting
of Captain Si'sler, Coach Lundgren, Di-

rector Bartelme and Student Manager
Emmons.

PRICE FIVE CENTS
VARSITY WINS
FIRST TILT ON
EASTERN TOUR
Syracuse Bested in Slugging Match;
Recruit Infielder Waltz Makes
Three Errors For
Michigan
TURNURE IS BEATEN SECOND
TIME BY LUNDGREN'S TRIBE
Orange Leads for Six Innings, Thea
Duplicates Vi4tors' Feat of
Tallying Four Runs
(By Detroit News Service.)
SYRACUSE, N. Y., May 18.-Michi-
gan opened the eastern trip with her
second victory of the year over Syra-
ruse here today, defeating the Metho-
dists 8 to 6 in a slugging match in
which the errors of both teams played
a prominent part.
The Wolverines were greatly weak-
ened by the absence of the veteran
Hughitt at third base. Coach Lun4-
gren had planned to use Howard*~
third and Sisler at first, but at the last
moment decided to give the youngster
Waltz an opportunity on the infield, a
he will be used when Sisler pitches.
Waltz made three bad errors,ad these
slips, together with two others by the
Michigan battery men, handed the lo-
cal nine several runs.
Syracuse hit the ball hard, securing
seven hits, which included two triples.
Michigan, however, hit Turnure even
harder, collecting 11 hits, three of
which were doubles. Had it not been
'or the ragged fielding of the W1l-
verines, they would have defeated the
Orange twirler as decisively as thei
lid on Ferry field.
For six innings Syracuse led in the
scoring. In the first inning three or-
rors presented Syracuse with a run.
In'the fourth the locals tallied agatin,
Keegan drawing a pass and scoring on
Foley's single after Agnew had sacri-
iced.
Michigan scored her first run in the
ixth on Baribeau's single and Sheehy's
double. In the seventh both teams
broke loose, scoring four runs. Bakter
singled and Labadie sacrificed. Waltz
and Hippler followed with singles, fill-
ing the sacks. Baribeau's hit was too
hot for Decker, and Baker and Waltz
scored. Sheehy's hit scored Hippler,
and Howard's single scored Baribeau.
With the game apparently won, Mich-
igan's error and a batting rally by the
Orange gave the Syracuse nine four
runs in their half. Waltz's bad throw
let Slater on, and a base on balls and
an error of judgment by Baribeau on a
fielder's choice filled the bases with
one out. Ahearn's triple to deep right
scored three runs, tying the game, and
Syracuse went into the lead when
Ahearn tallied.
In the eighth, however, Michigan
continued her rally, scoring three runs
after two were out. McQueen and Sis-
ler died, but Baker doubled to left and
scored on Labadie's single. Waltz sin-
gled, Labadie scoring. Morgan's pass-
ed ball let Waltz in with the final run
of the game.
Sisler pitched the last two innings
(Continued on page 4)
INTERNATIONAL BATQUET OF
COSMOPOLITANS HELD FRIDAY

The Cosmopolitan club will hold its
annual international banquet Friday
night, May 22, at 6:00 o'clock, in New-
berry hall. The regents will be present
at this affair as well as members of
the Adcraft club of Detroit, and the
commercial secretaries of the cities,
which the club visited on the spring
trip. The annual election of officers
will take place at this time.

into two flights for the final matches,
which will be staged during the latter
part of the week.' Those failing to
qualify will be handicapped for a con-
solation tourney.
Van Buskirk Heads Educational Club
T. A. Van Buskirl, '15, E. J. Engle,
'15, and H. L. Harrington, '15, were
elected president, vice-president and
secretary, respectively, of the Educa-
tional club at a meeting last night in
Ta.ppan hall.

L

Elect Student Council Officers Tonight
The student council will hold its
.last meeting of the year at 7:30 o'clock
tonight to elect officers for the comingl
semester. The revised constitution
will be formally accepted, and reports
for cap night will be received. Pro-
vision will also be made for the nom-
ination and election this week of four
new councilmen from the soph lit, the
soph engineering, the junior pharmic
and junior homeop classes.

Pageant of Jeanne d'Arc
Ferry Field, Thursday Evening, May 21, 7:30
COURT DANCES -PEASANT DANCES -CAST OF 400
Seats on sale main corridor, University Bali

PRICES-$i .00;

75c;

5000

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CALIFORNIA AND MICHIGAN MUSICAL CLUBS IN SPRIGHTLY, SPICY, SPARKLING

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HILL AUDITORIUM, SAT., MAY 23.
Now on sale at Wahr's and Sheehean.

3,500 Seats at 25 cents

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