Vol. XXIV, No. 166.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914. PRICE FIVE C
BOX IN FOURTH
Two Hits, Pair of Passes, and Infield
Ascension Throw Away Game to,
Princeton After 14
HITS STAND AT SIX EACH,
BurvlTsrIY SLIPS OFTEN
(Detroit News Service.)
PRINCETON, N. J., May 21.-The
Tiger stopped the Wolverine today,
Princeton defeating the University of
Michigan 5 to 4 and ending a brilliant
run of 14 consecutiye victories hung
uip by the westerners this year.
The Volverine fought hard, but foot
sore and weary from the strenuous
trip to the seaboard made many costly
slips,and the Tiger invariably took
advantage of these blunders. Both
EVENTS FOR TODAY
Engineering social club dance, Michi-
gan Union, 9:00 o'clock.
Michigan Interscholastic meet, Ferry
field, 2:30 o'clock.
Arnnual International banquet bf Cos-
iiiopolitan club, Newberry hall, f):16
All senior sing at 7:00 o'clock, Memo-
rial hall steps.
1916 Engineers meet of M. C. station,
7:15 o'clock, for pow -wow" at ('
Band concert, 7:30 o'cleck, on cam pus.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Combined Musical club's concert with
University of California, Hill audi-
torium, 8:00 o'clock.
Michigan Interscholastic meet, Ferry
field, 2:30 o'clock.
Interscholastic dinner, Michigan Un-
ion, 6:Q0 o'clock.
Weekly membership dance under aus-
pices of the Glee club, Michigan Un-
IS FILLED BY
INTO OPEN TODAY
Yr NL C. A. Cabinet Chooses '16 Law I Trial heats For All interscholastic
to Read Organization
Contestants Will Be Staged
On Ferry Field This
(A1lM A N WILL NOT RETURN
TO UNIVERSITY NEXT FALL
Former President Plans to Enter
C'hicago School of Ciies
For Social Work
W.C. Mullendore, '14-'16L., was elect-
ed by the university Y. M. C. A. cabinet
yesterday afternoon to succeed. Ar-
thur Gilman, '14,tas president of the
Y% M. C. A. for the coming year. Cil-
man will not return to the university
next year, but will enter the Chicago
School of Civics as a student in social
'teams drew blood in the first round; o, 9:'00oclock.service work.
but the Tiger, goaded by a season of According to the constitution, the
frequent defeats, made the most of the , R vice-president succeeds in case of the
demoralization of the Wolverine in the , president's inability to serve, but
fourth inning and tallied four runs. OM George McMahon, '16, first vice-presi-
The Wolverine fought back gamely. IN U, OF U GAME dent, declined, because of existing cir-
Two runs in the fourth and one in the cumstances which make his accept-
sixth were made, but the Tiger, with ---(ance impossible. Thereupon the cab-
victory in sight, fought stubbornly on' Yearlings Lose 5 to , to Detroit Tel :inet, in accordance with the constitu-
the defensive and kept the desperate They Defeated TwO tion, elected Mullendore.
Wolverine at bay. Weeks Ago The chairmen of the committees ap-
Michigan put her best foot forward, pointed by Gilman all resigned their
Captain Sisler starting for Michigan. IIRA SE SPLITS HIS FINGER positions so that the new executive
Fortune was not with the Maize and --- could have a free hand in outlining
Blue, however, several errors and two' University of Detroit evened up on his policy.
hits in the fourth giving Princeton the Freshmen yesterday for their de- Mullendore said last night that he
four runs and the game. Lundgren feat of some weeks ago, trouncing the has not as yet outlined any plans.
replaced Sisler with Baribeau, who yearlings 5 to 3. The youngsters touch-
held things safe the rest of the game, ed up Marshke for nine solid hits, but SECOND ALL SENIOR SING
but Michigan fell one short of tying foolish base running threw the game SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT
the count behind the doctor. away.
Errors gave each team a run in the Costly rrors by the freshmen, coupled An "All-Senior Sing" will be held
first. With two down McQueen doub-\ with a half dozen hits taken off Flynn tonight on the steps of Memorial Balf,
led and stole, scoring when Cook drop- and Payette, gave Detroit a safe lead. beginning at 6:45 o'clock. It will ad-
ped Sisler's long fly. After Hanks fan- Fielding slips handed the visitors a journ in time for the Band concert.
ned, Baker juggled Gill's grounder, tally in both first. and second round, The Glee and Mandolin clubs will as-
giving him a life. Howard fielded and in the fourth three errors and sist the near grads in carrying the
Green's hit, Sisler covering first on the two hits added three more. airs. The sing has been especially ar-
play and throwing the ball into left Successive singles by Maltby, Har- ranged so that the boys in the Inter-
field in an effort to catch Gill at sec- rington and Rowan gave the freshmen scholastic meet may hear it. The Band
ond. Gill scored, but Labadie caught two runs in the fourth. McGraw tripled concert at the band stand will com-
(Continued on page 4) (Continued on page 3.) mence at 7:15 o'clock sharp, so as tq
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MUSIC AL (LUB.
KEEWATIN ACADEMY SENDS
BUNCH OF CRACK ATHLETES
Entrees Instructed to Register This
Morning at Waterman
Preliminaries for the sixteenth an-
nual interscholastic track meet will
begin this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at Ferry field. Most of the contestants
have already arrived.
Among the teams that arrived yes-
terday afternoon was that of Keewatin
Academy, Wisconsin. With such stars
as Goelitz and Robinson, the former
Mercersburg star dash man, they
should be able to render an excellent
account of themselves. They will,
however, have their hands full when it
comes to heading the strong aggrega-
tion from Chicago University High,
which won the Illinois interscholastic
at Champaign last week.
Records made by some of the 214
men entered promise good competition
in all events and the chances are that
several new marks will be set up.
Eastern high school of Detroit claims
to have a pole vaulter who can beat
the present record of 12 feet 5-8 inch-
All contestants will register at Wat-
erman gymnasium this morning be-
fore 11:00 o'clock, at which time they
will receive their numbers and con-
testants tickets. Promptly at 11:00
o'clock automobiles will leave the
gymnasium and convey the boys
around the city and boulevards. This
evening at 7:00 o'clock they will listen
to the combined senior sing and at 7:30
o'clock a band concert will be given
on the campus.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
Desiring to preclude unclean politics
and to foster a spirit of good feeling
in the coming election, we the under-
signed, as candidates for assistant
track manager, do hereby pledgesour-
selves neither to do nor allow to be
done with our knowledge any election-
eering whatsoever in our behalf.
J. A. BERNARD, '16.
M. M. BEAVER, '16.
J. W. FiNKENSTAEDT, '16E.
J. M. M'KINNEY, '16.
Trio to Play at Boat Club Dance
The Union Boat club will give a
dance for the visitor's to the regatta
at the Armory on Friday, May 29, for
which the Wright Saxophone Trio will
furnish music. Dancing will begin
immediately after the cap night cele-
bration. Tickets are, selling for $2.00.
Ask Students Not to Burn Property
Michigan Union Boat club authorities
urge that students who go up the riv-
er should stop destroying the proper-
ty of the Union which has been placed
on the beach for use in the regatta.
Several tables and other property of
the Union have already been burned by
Include Today's Entries in Program.
Entries for water events of the re-
gatta will be included in the official
program, if mad at the Union desk to-
day. This extension of time is made
because of the small number who had
signed up by last night.
Edward McNamara Star Baritone Singer
CO L 0LEGlE VAUDEVILLE
HILL AUDITORIUM 8:00, Tomorrow Night
25c-SEATS SE[LIN6 AT WAHR'S,SHEEAN'SAND UNION- 5Dc
permit the musicians to fill other en-
Work Progressing. Fast on Stadium
With a force of more than 80 carpen-
ters, working on the new stadium, the
work is now ahead of the schedule.
The foundations are all completed, and
100 yards of concrete a day are being
poured from the elevated tower into
the superstructures. The seats will
soon be finished and ready for the
Fifteen Events 259 Entries
Friday May 22 2:30 P. M.
Saturday May 23 2:30 P.M.
Varsity Track Meet Saturday 9:30 A. M.
Admission All above Events 75c
Admission Friday Afternoon 25c
Admission Saturday Morning 25c
Admission Saturday Afternoon 50c