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The

Michigan

Dail

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Vol. XXIV, No. 168.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1914.

PRICE FIVE

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PREP SCHOOL'
LAD SLASHES
VARSITY MARK
Spiuk, of Chicago U. High Team,Which
Again Wins the Meet, Lowers
Half Mile Record
of Spieden
KEEWATIN WOULD HAVE WON
EASILY WITH ROBINSON IN
Ooelltz Alone Rolls Up 19 1-2 Points
For Wisconsin Academy, Placing
in Seven Events

EVENTS FOR TODAY
J. U. Escobar speaks at Newberry hall,
9:30 o'clock.
Clifford G. Roe, speaks at the Michigan
Union, 6:00 o'clock.
Reverend Anson Philips Stokes speaks
at the Episcopal church,7:45 o'clock..

EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Prof. William McPherson lectures in
Chemistry amphitheater, at 8:00
o'clock.
CALIFORNIA CLUB
FILLS AUDITORIUM
McNanara, in First Public Appearance
Responds to Enthusiastic
Encores

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INTERSCHOLASTIC RESULTS
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Chicago University High . .35%
Lewis Institute.............27%
Keewatin Academy ........23
Grand Rapids Central ..14
Bay City Eastern.... ...13
Detroit Eastern . ...... . 9%
Lansing.8
Muskegon... ........ 5
Richmond ..............5
Battle Creek.............3
Coldwater........... . 2%
St. Joseph..............2%

COMEDY

ORIGINAL

FE A TURE D

Ann Arbor....... ..
Ypsilanti.
Saginaw astern...

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Chicago University High's team of
four stars won the sixteenth annual
interscholastic meet yesterday from
the well balanced team representing
Lewis Institute, and the one man team
of Keewatin Academy, which placed
second and third, respectively.
Carter won both dashes, setting a
new interscholastic record in the 220;
Shiverick broke the interscholastic rec-
ord in the quarter; Hole won the pole
vault; the windy city quartet won the
relay; and Spink broke the Ferry field
mark in the half mile; while 2 1-2
points in the high jump, a point in the
discus, and a third place in the pole
vault piled up a total of 35 1-2 points
for the winners of last year's meet.
Spink's performance in the half mile
was the best of the day, the Chicago
lad running away from the field in the
time of 1:56. This mark .lowers the'
Ferry field track record of 1:57 2-5
set by Spieden of Cornell this spring,
and is of course a new interscholastic
record.
Goelitz, of Keewatin Academy, was
the individual point winner,and his per-
formance is the most remarkable ever
made on Ferry field. Except for a tie
for second in the low hurdles and a
fourth place in the quarter, Golitzhad
no aid in rolling up 23 points foe a
strong third place in the final standing.
His 19 1-2 points would have given
his school the same relative position.
Goelitz took first in both hurdle rac-
es, coming within a fifth of a second of
the interscholastic record in the low
barriers; first in the discus; third in
the broad jump; fourth in both the
shot and hammer; and tied for fourth
in the high jump.
Had Robinson, his teammate, been
allowed to compete by the eligibility
committee, Keewatin Academy would
have won the meet, as Robinson would
have won both dashes. This would
have given Keewatin 33 points, and
would have reduced Chicago Universi-
ty High's total from 35 1-2 to 31 1-2.
Robinson won his preliminary heats in
both events Friday in much faster
time than Carter, and yesterday ran an
exhibition 220, without opposition, in
21 2-5 seconds, the same time in which
Carter, who was closely pushed, won
the event.
Lewis Institute had the best balanc-
(Continued on page 6.)

A galaxy of musical talent, hailing
from the Pacific coast and represent-
ing the University of California, en-
route for Europe stopped off in Ann
Arbor and joined forces with the Mich-
igan Glee and Mandolin clubs last night
to entertain an audience which packed
the Hill auditorium to capacity.
Variegated melody, coupled with dia-
logue and original comedy, featured a
program highly enjoyed by the vast
throng. Several performers made
such a tremendous hit with the crowd
that repeated encores necessitated the
omission of a couple of the numbers.
Edward McNamara, whose remark-
able voice was discovered by Schu-
mann-Heink, made his first public ap-
pearance before a local audience last
night, and was received with enthusi-
astic applause. His operatic selections
produced a favorable contrast with the
less serious numbers of the Californi-
ans. McNamara's rich baritone voice
possesses a wonderful range and
shows great possibilities of develop-
ment.
Dick Lyman added more to the vari-
ety* of the program when he recited
Service's "The Parson's Son" in a
thrilling tone. Howard Patrick and
Dick Maddox were others of the West-
erners whose skits were warmly wel-
comed.
The Michigan Glee and Mandolin
clubs rendered their most popular
numbers.
Mortar Board Elects 15 Senior Women
Mortar Board, senior women's hon-
orary society, chose 15 new members at
its annual spring election Tuesday
night. Those honored are: Margaret
Foote, Alice Wiard, Florence Haxton,
Helen Morse, Nellie Hannah, Lois
Townley, Vera Burridge, Leila Mott,
Josephine Hayden, Louise Markley,
Romaine Bramwell, Mary Lewis, Hon-
orah Fogerty, Judith Ginsburg, and
Hulda Bancroft. Initiation will be
held June 4 at Newberry hall, follow-
ed by a banquet at the Union.
Germans Select Leaders for Next Year
William Hiller, '15, was re-elected
president of the Deutscher Verein fo'r
the coming year at its meeting Friday
night. Other officers were: vice-presi-
dent, Margeurite Hoag; secretary,
Leah Schueren, '16; treasurer, Harold
Harrington, '15; auditor, E. C. Roth,
'15.
Roe Gives Address at Union Tonight
Clifford G. Roe, '99-'02L, will speak
on the white slave problem at 6:00
o'clock this evening at the Union. E
vocal solo will be given by George D.
Sutton, '15M, and other musical num-
bers will be arranged.

CAMPUS ELECTS
MANAGERS FOR
VARSITY TEAMS
Chester H. Lang and W.P. Palmer Vot-
ed to Lead Baseball and Track
Destinies
EALECTION CHARACTERIZED BY
SMALL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST
Electioneering Was Not Used by Any
Candidate Entered in the
Race
Chester H. Lang and W. B. Palmer
were elected Varsity baseball and
track managers, respectively, at yes-
terday's athletic association election.
Lang polled 227 votes, a majority of
98 over P. H. Crane, who received 129.
Palmer's majority was 48, as he re-
ceived 199 votes votes against 151 for
Emmett Connely.
Sidney T. Steen and C. E. Stryker
were elected assistant baseball mana-
gers, and J. M. McKinney and J. W.
Finkenstaedt were elected assistant
track managers. The vote for the for-
mer offices stood: Steen, 215; Stryker,
169; Russell Stearns, 145; Harold Eas-
ley, 123. For the track assistantships
the count was-McKinney, 205; Fink-
enstaedt, 180; J. A. Barnard, 143; M.M.
Beaver, 137.
First place on the ballot seemed to
have little effect on the result, as in
every case the men at the bottom of
the ticket won out.
0; S. U. Chemist to Speak Tomorrow
Professor William McPherson, of
Ohio State University, will deliver an
illustrated address on the subject,
"Some European Chemists and Their
Laboratories,"tomorrow at 8:00 o'clock
in the chemical amphitheater, under
the auspices of the Phi Lambda Upsi-
lon, the honorary chemical society.
All Regatta Entries Due Tomorrow
Entries in the Boat club regatta1
events will be held open until tomor-
row night for the benefit of those who;
have not yet signed up. No further
time can then possibly be granted in-
asmuch as the names must be given
to the printers in order that they may
be included in the program.:
Rabbi Franklin to Speak at Orpheum
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, of the Tem-
ple Bethel, Detroit, Mich., will speak1
at the Jewish Congregation meeting in
the Orpheum theater at 7:00 o'clock;
tonight. Following the services offi-
cers for the ensuing year will be elect-
ed.
To Leave Tappan Memorial Draped1
The bronze memorial to former Pres.I
Tappan has been placed in Alumni
Memorial hall but will remain drapedt
until alumni day of commencement{
week when the unveiling is to take
place.1
Pageant Receipts Amount to $2,0061
Total pageant receipts amount tof
$2,006, allowing a sligtt profit on theI
production. No statement has beenE
made about a similar effort to be stag-c
ed next year.

Chess and Gheckers club elected the
following officers: president, Ernest
C. Roth, '15; vice-president, Charles F.
Sacia, '15E; treasurer and recording
secretary, William T. Adams, '17; cor-
responding secretary, William G. Giv-
en, '16E; and checker secretary, Hart
H. Fleming, '17E. William T. Adams,
'17, won the chess tournament with 12
victories against two losses, while the
checker honors went to Charles F. Sa-
cia, '15E, with a score of six points.
The club plans to send a strong team
to the Western Intercollegiate match'
next year.
PENNSY WINS
FROM VARSITY
W ITHTWOHTS
Quaintance Throws Away His Game by
Wild Peg After Issuing Pair
of Passes to Start
Sixth
SAYRE REPEATS HIS WORK
OF LAST SEASON ON MAIZE
With None .Out and Bases Full, T'.eam
Fails to Put Across Second
Run on Quakers

ChESS AND CHECKERS CLUB
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR

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(Detroit News Service)
PHILADELPHIA, PA., May 3.-
Michigan ended her eastern trip by
splitting even with three victories and
three defeats when the westerners
dropped a hard game to Pennsylvania
today, 4 to 2. For the third time in as
many days a Wolverine pitcher went
bad in the middle of a game, the oppo-
sition piling up four runs and winning
the game before Lundgren's relief man
got in action.
The Red and Blue garnered but two
hits today, but one of them coming in
the big scoring round. Two of the
three passes Quaintance issued, and
his error, the only fielding slip by the
visitors,, cost Michigan the game. Mann
and Haley drew walks to start this
round, and Quaintance's bad throw on
Irwin's grounder let both men score.
Minds' infield hit scored Irwin. Wil-
liams popped out to Baker, and Fer-
guson then replaced Quaintance.
Schimff sacrificed, Minds scoring; and
Wallace fanned for the third out.
Ferguson held the Quakers hitless
the rest of the game, but another run
was all Michigan could get. In the
second inning Baker singled to start,
and Wallace's error let Labadie on.
Waltz drove a savage liner to third
which Williams juggled long enough
to fill the bases. Baer singled, scoring
Baker, but with the bases loaded the
Pennsylvania team settled down, and
with Sayre pitching magnificent ball,
Quaintance, Sheehy and Howard went
out in order without a run crossing.
In the eighth inning Michigan made
her last score. After McQueen had
fanned Sisler doubled, scoring on Ba-
ker's single. Labadie and Waltz, how-
ever struck out. In the ninth Hippler
batted for Baer, and Baribeau appear-
ed for Ferguson, but neither could get
on. Sheehy fanned to end the game.
The score:

IN 220 YARD STRAISHTA

WOLVERINE TEAM BESTS NAVY
Goaded to Vengeance by Defeats
Michigan Tennis Players
Take All Matches,
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
ANNAPOLIS, MD., May 23.-The
Wolverine tennis team wound up their
eastern tour by taking every match
from the navy today. Michigan's four,

Vetranm Sprinter Makes Distar
20 4.5 Sec., Lowering Recoi
of Intercollegiate by
Two Fifths
PERFORMANCE WILL BE PUl
BEFORE A. A. U. COMMI
Jansen Tied Ferry Field Time
Running Quarter But Fifth
Slower Than Haff
"Chink" Bond, Michigan's v

goaded by a series of defeats in the sprinter, set up a world's

BOND SLICES WORLD'S M

esent trip, returned to form with a
vengeance in their last contest, win-
ning from a team which was regarded
as one of the stiffest opponents.
The scores follow: singles-Wilson
(M) defeated Popham (N) 6-3, 9-7;
Hall (M) defeated Randolph (N) 6-1,
6-4. Doubles-Wilson and Reindel
(M) defeated Godfrey and Watters (N)
3-6, 6-4, 6-2; Andrews and Hall
(M) defeated Popham and Neily (N)
6-4, 6-1.
Swear in New Councilmen Tuesday
Four new student councilmen will
be sworn in at the last meeting of the
student council which is scheduled
for 7:30 o'clock, Tuesday night. The
new amendment providing for archi-
tectural department representation
will be incorporated in the constitu-
tion, and final plans for cap night will
be made.
Sophomores Elect Student Concilmen
Russell S. Collins was chosen stu-
dent councilman by the soph lits Fri-
day. Thomas P. Soddey was selected
by the soph engineers, and junior
homeops elected Van D. Barnes. Junior
pharmics will elect a representative
before Tuesday.

Michigan
AB
Sheehy cf.........5
Howard lb.........4
McQueen 2b ........4
Sisler rf ............4
Baker ss ...........4
Labadie if.........4
Waltz 3b ...........4
Baer c .............3
Quaintance p........3
Ferguson p ..........1
* Baribeau ..........1
** Hippler ..........1

R
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

H
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0

PO A
1 0
6 1
2 1
3 0
2 0
2 0
0 1
8 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0

E
0,
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1

220 yard dash Saturday morning, fying
over the cinders in 20 4-5 seconds in
the annual Varsity meet. Three offi-
cial watches and one unofficial caught
the race at this figure, while another
recorded 21 fiat, which is still a fifth
under the intercollegiate record ,of 21
1-5 seconds.
"Hap' Haff, "Rosy" Rowe amd "SI"
Huston, who have been the official ti-
ers at the Michigan meets this sprIng,
all caught Bond in 20 4-5, and Coach
Cortwright, of M. A. C. also, timed
Bond at this figure. Director May's
watch showed 21 fiat..
Despite the slight wind, yesterday's
performance will be presented to the
A. A. U. committee; and it is expected
that the Michigan sprinter will be al-
lowed a world's record at 21 seconds,.
Seward, the other veteran sprinter,
was at Bond's heels in the 220, and
won tie century dash in 9 4-5 seconds,
wit Bond a nose behind him, tying
the Ferry field record. Jansen also
broke into the record class yesterday,
winning the quarter mile in 48 3-5
seconds, which ties the Ferry field rec-
ord, and comes within one fifth of a
second of the Michigan record made by
Haff at the intercollegiates last year.
Captain Kohler tossed the hammer
154 feet, 5 inches, but only heaved the
shot 43 feet, 3 inches. Ferris won the
broad jump with a leap of 21 feet, 10
1-2 inches, and Cross took the pole
vault at 11 feet. Waterman won the
high jump 5 feet, 9 1-4 inches.
Donnelly,, with a 25 yard handicap,
won the half mile from Murphy in 1:59
4-5; Ufer took the milp in 4:34 4-5, and
Plummer the two milein 10:14 3-5.
Crumpacker defeated Smith in the low
hurdles in 26 2-5 seconds, and Arm-
strong ran the high hurdles unoppos-
ed in 16 3-5 seconds
The seniors won the meet with 41
points; sophomores second with, 37,
freshmen third with 20,- and juniors
fourth with 5. Trainer Farrell an-
nounced last night that additional tri-
als for the intercollegiate would be
held Tuesday afternoon.
Slight Fire Damages Nurses' Home
iot coals in an ash barrel at the
nurses' home, on the corner of Glen
and Ann streets, caused a slight fire
about 7:00 o'clock last evening. The
flames were discovered by the neigh-
bors and promptly extinguished with
buckets of water. Only slight dam-
age was done.
Announce Marriage of Mr. Talamon
Cards have been sent out announc-
ing the approaching marriage of Rene
Talamon, instructor in French, to Miss
Bernice Underwood, niece of Congress-
man Underwood of Alabama. The wed-
ding will take place at Knoxville,
Tenn., on Monday, June 8.
Reverend Stokes to Lecture Tonight
Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes, secretary
of Yale University, will lecture at the
Union Guild service in the Episcopal
church at 7:45 o'clock tonight.

Totals.........38 2 6 24 6
* Batted for Ferguson in ninth.
** Batted for Baer in ninth.

Mann 2b
Haley rf
Irwin If
Minds cf
Williams

3b,

Pennsylvania
AB R
3 1
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31
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.. .......2 0
,.........3 0
1 0
3 0

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0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0

PO
1
1
1
1
3
2
9 ,
9
0

A
2
0
0
0
2
4
0
0
1I

E
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

Schimff ss .
Wallace lb .
Schwert c .
Sayre p .....

Totals ...........26 4 2 27 9 41

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Innings .....1 2 3 4
Michigan ......0 1 0 0
Pennsylvania . .0 0 0 0

5
0
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40

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PRESBYTERIAN Cor. Division
and .Huron Sts.
REv. LEONARD A. BARRETT, Minister.
RQY HAMILTON; Student Pastor.
10:30 Sermon; "Evils of War."
12:00 University Bible Olass-Prof. Henderson speaks
6:30 Christian Endeavor Society

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Two base hits-Sheehy, Sisler; sac-
rifice hits-Schimff; hits-off Quaint-
ance 2 in 5 1-3 innings, off Sayre 6, oh
Ferguson 0 in 2 2-3 innings; stolen
bases-Minds 2, Schwert, Baker; struck
out-by Sayre 7, Quaintance 4, Fergu-
son 2; bases on balls-off Quaintance
3, Ferguson 2; left on bases-Penn-
sylvania 4, Michigan 7. Time-2 hours.
Umpire-Adams.

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Union Guild

Union Guild
Series
SUNDAY MAY 24, 1914

Rev.

nson

Pheps

Stokes

Episcopal

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Church

SECRETARY OF YALE UNIVERSITY

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