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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914.

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EVENTS FOR TODAY,
Try-outs for Intercollegiate team, Fer-
ry field, afternoon.
Botanical Journal club banquet, Cut-
'ting cafe, evening.
Kalamazoo dinner, Michigan, Union,
6:00 o'clock.
EVENTS OF TOMORROW
Quadrangle banquet, Michigan Union,'
6:00 o'clock.
Fresh medic annual spring banquet,
Michigan Union, 6:30 o'clock.
COMEDY CLUB IS 'TO ELECT
1914-1915 OFFCERS TODAY
A meeting of the Comedy club, at
which officers for the 1914-1915 year
will be elected, is set for this after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock, in the Cercle
Fancais rooms. Aside from the se-
lection of next year's officers, ar-
rangements for the spring try-outs
will be made, and reports on this
year's presentation of "The Scare-
crow" will be presented.
PICK SENIOR GIRLS
FOR CAST OF PLAY

plon

the second
b Regatta
rnoon, offi-
ieetings ev-
>oth out de-.

s at remaintob e perteteu.
large number of enties have been
le for the swimming and diving
its, and for most of the canoe rac-
Fifteen or twenty house parties
the week end are now assured. A
e part of the work on floats and
ds is already completed, and work
he refreshment booths has already
un.
he novelty races are expected to
ide the fun for 'the afternoon's
;ram. The only qualification re-
ed of entrants is the ability to
n. Although only ribbons will be
n the winners of each novelty,
three, and one point will be given

TO CELEBRATE
BIRTHDAY OF
Final Membership Dinner Will Mark
10th Anniversary of Founding
of Miehigan's
Club
PRESIDENT-EMERITUS ANGELL
TO BE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
Event Will Also Act as Inaugural For
New President; to Discuss
New Home
In commemoration of the tenth an-
niversary of the founding of the Mich-
igan Union, the final membership din-
ner of the year will be held at the
club house, Wednesday, June 3, at
6:00 o'clock. The program has been
arranged with the anniversary idea in
view, also featuring the inauguration
of the new officers and the campaign
now going on for the new $1,000,000'
club house.
Dr. James B. Angell, president-em-
eritus, will be the principal' speaker,
and will take up in his talk, the ob-
servations he has made on the growth
of the Union, during the ten years of
its existence. Dean Henry M. Bates,a
of the law department, permanent
chairman of the building campaign
committee, will talk on this phase of
the Union work. Griffith Hayes, '11,
who is organizing the Michigan cam-
paign will likewise speak along this1
line.
President Selden Dickinson, '15L,1
and P. D. Koontz, '14, president-elect
will bring out the inaugural idea in
their remarks. Edward McNamara
will be on the musical program if he1
is in the city..
Tickets for the affair are being sold1
at the Union desk and by members ofI
the committee.4
MAY ADOPT NEW SYSTEM IN
SELLING TICKETS TO GAMESr

INVADE'

Trials Today Will Decide Final Make
Up of Michigan Squad to Be
Carried to Eastern
Intercollegiates
FIGHT BETWEEN TWO MILERS
AND BROADJUMPE1IS FOR TRIP
Eight of Ten Entrants Have Already
Been Determined Upon by
Trainer Farrell

FOR BIG MEET

TEN MEN WILL

EAST

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WOMEN'S LEAG E ELECTION
The Candidates
President-Clara Roe, Cather-
ine Reighard, Helen 'MNalcom-
son, Josephine Haydon.
Vicre-President-Judith Gins-
burg, Alice Ward, Ramoine
Bramwell.
Treasurer-'-Margaret Foote, Ed-
ith Moiles.
Recording Secretary - Helen
Humphries, Mildred Rees,
Catherine WenleyJ ne Hicks.
Corresponding Secretary--Grace
Mllarquedant, Marion Storve,
Helen bow, Mildred Carpen-
ter.

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Tentative Selection Is Announced
Committee; Ikabella Riszer
Has Lead

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SET STAGE IN OPEN AIRI

lace, and
the cups The cast for "Prunella, or Love in a
he novel- Dutch Garden," which will be produci
ta. ed by the senior women on 'Monday of
s are the Commencement week, has been select-
and the ed. Chairman Marjorie Nicolson and

FERGUSON, BAR
SHOW WELL

means of propulsion are human hands.
The tilting contest was the most spec-
tacular event at last year's Regatta.
Two men teams are required in this,
and also in the swiyiming tug-o-war.
A water polo game, and several farci-
cal stunts will also be featured.
Only one entry has been received
for the decorated canoe contest. Boat
club officials think this 'event furnishes'
large opportunities for originality in
flower and pennant decorations, and
in lighting effects. A searchlight on
the river bank will be focussed on
each float as it goes by. The Druids
Cup will be awarded to the most beau-
tifully decorated canoe.
H. S. Parsons, '15E, commodore of
the Boat Club, and E. B. McKinley, '16,
returned yesterday from Ithaca,where
they witnessed the Cornell Spring Day
celebration.
UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS
ARE TO HAVE NEW OFFICES
The room at present occupied ,by the
University Music store will next year
serve, as the office for all student pub-
lications. Prof. W. G. Stoner, on the
authority of the board in.-control of
student publications, has leased botih
the room on the first floor, and the
basement.
To Speak at Home City's Centennial
Dean W. B. Hinsdale of the home-
opathic medical college will leave to-
day for Wadsworth, Ohio, where he
will attend the Centennial anniversary
of the founding of his native town. Dr.
Hinsdale will deliver a historical ad-
dress on "The Opening of the Connec-
ticut Western Reserve" on May 28, the
first day of the celebration.
Oliver and Mack High Men in Tourney
S. F. Oliver, '14, won the Union
"singles" tennis tournament, and will
be awarded a tennis racquet as a
prize. C. N. Mack, '16, was the run-

STILl
ALL

H. L. Nutting, '15L, who have charge
of the rehearsals, were assisted by a
committee in making selections. The
pick was only tentative and the wom-
en will rehearse their parts until the
end of the week when the final selec-
tion will be made.
Miss -tmily Gilfillian will have
charge of the dancing. A meeting of
the entire cast will be held today at
Barbour gymnasium at 4:00 o'clock.
Arrangements are being made to stage
the production out of doors, in the,
space between Tappan hall and the
general library.
The temporary cast is as follows:
Pierrot ............. Isabella Riszer
Prunella ............Edith Hannum
Scaramel, his servant ..Ethel Kenyoti
Aunt Privacy........Louise Robson
Aunt Prim...........Helen Magee
Aunt Prude ...... Margaret Collison
Hawk...............Irene Bigalke
Mouth...............Delia Marks
Callow .........Gertrude Helmecke
Kennel...... . .....Maude Mills
Doll ...... .....Beatrice Merriam
Taudry............Wanda aman
Romp .... .......Marguerite Melvin
Coquette..............Freda Zorn
Tenor, a hired singer..Mildred Taylor
Queer ............... Julia Anderson
Quaint.... . .... Ilda Jennings
Boy .................Lola Nesbit
1st Gardener........Francis Green
2nd Gardener........Helen Loman
3d Gardener........Jessie Cameron
Statue... . ...,..Margeret Irving
Women Hockey Players Picnic Today
The women's annual hockey picnic
will be held this afternoon and even-
ing across the Huron river. The ex-
cursioners will meet at Barbour gym
at 4:30 o'clock.
History Fellowship Tendered Frayer
Professor Frayer, of the history de-
partment, will go to Cornell University
during the coming vacation to accept
the President White fellowship in mod-
ern history.

Athletle Directorate Hears Proposals
For Change; Printing Plan
Causes Trouble
Proposals, coming from the student
council, and callinig for change in the
present system of selling seats to the
big football games on Ferry field,
were presented to the board of direc-
tors of the athletic association at its
meeting yesterday afternoon. The
proposals call for the adoption of a
system which will obviate the tedious
method under which the tickets are
now sold, and which involves, often,
long waits on the part of .many stu-
dents. A committee was appointed to
investgiate the plan and report back
to the directorate.
A proposition coming from the bus-
iness managers of the three leading
student publication, asking for a
change in the present system of print-'
ing the athletic programs, was pre-
sented and referred to a committee.
At the present time this printing is a
private enterprise, and it is proposed
to so change it that its publication
will be on somewhat the same basis
as that of the others.
Menorah Society Elects New Officers
Harry Rabinowitz, '14-'16L, was
elected president of the Menorah so-
ciety Sunday night. Other officers for
next year will be: vice-president, M.
Weinberger, '16L; secrftary, D. M.
Bavly, '15E; treasurer S. Shappirio,
'15E, local editor Menorah Journal, J.
Levin, '15; libraria'n, A. Levine, '17;
directors, J. Flegman, '15E, I. Becker,
'15. A new constitution was also
adopted.

Ten men will represent Michigan at
the eystern intercollegiates, Friday
and Saturday, eight of whom have al-
ready been definitely settled upon by
Trainer Farrell. The remaining two
will be picked after trials to be held
this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on Fer-
ry field. ' I
Capt. ,ohler, Bond, Seward, Jansen,
Smith, Murphy, Ufer, and Armstrong
are the bunch that are sure to go and
it is probable that the other twl will
be picked from the ranks of the broad
jumpers and two milers.°
The trials today will, in fact, be a
battle between Plummer and Fox, two
milers, and Ferris and Brown, broad-
jumpers to make the best compara-
tive marks. The selection will not be
on the basis of one from each event,
but solely on the strength of the class
of perforn ance put up, and the chance,
to place in the eastern competition.
Crumpacker will run with Smith in
the low hurdles this afternoon, and
should he make an exceptionally good
mark, down near 25 seconds fat, he
would make a berth for himse on
the squad of ten. Trainer Farrell will
be guided by Smith's showiig 'this af-
ternoon, in deciding where to run this
man. He is sure to be entered in the
century sprint, and possibly in, the
low sticks.
Although trials will not be held ip
any other events, Farrell plans to put
all the men through their paces and
will stage several races in the dashes.
LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS
WILL ATTEND SUMMER CAMP
Regular Faculty Force is Increased
to Take Care of Record
EncampmentI
A record-breaking attendance is al-1
ready assured for Camp Davis, thei
surveying camp, which will begin
work this year on June 29. Already
81 engineers have signed up to attend
the camp, and probably four or five
others will join them before the day
of departure arrives The largest num-
ber to go to the camp before this year,
was that of 1908, when 74 stayed
through a term of six weeks.
Seven student assistants will be
chosen next week, to assist the reg-
ular faculty of the camp, which itself
will be augmented on account of the
increase of the number of students.
Several steel buildings will be erected
to accommodate the overflow from theI
tents, which were completely filled by1
assignment several weeks ago.,
Sol W. Marx to Lead Jewish Students
Officers of the Jewish students' Con-i
gregation,~ for the ensuing year, were
elected Sunday night as follows: pres-
ident, Sol W. Marx, '15L, vice-presi-
dent, Judith Ginsburg, '15, secretary,;
E. W. Hoffman, '16L, treasurer, Harry
Rabinowitz, '14-'16L, and trustees,j
Harold R. Schradzki, '15L, Edwin A.F
Hyman, '17, and Francis J. Kleeman,s
'17. The organization plans to securei
a place of worship adjacent to thek
campus for next year.

REGISTRATION FOR SUD ER
SCHOOL SHOWS BIG GAINS
A gain of 40 pcr cent, over the fig-
ures of last year, has been recorded
up to the present time in the advance
registration for the university summer
school. This registration, however, is
but tentative, and in no way official.
Last year at this time only half a hun-
dred had enrolled, while this year ov-
er 70 have sent in their names.
SOPH LITS LOSE
IN FAST'CONTEST

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Senior Laws Score for Counters
Sixth and Win First of
Final Series

JUNIOR- LAWS TAKE LOOSE GAME
In their first game of the final se-
ries, the soph lits fell victims to the

Michigan has a win
despite the unexpecte
end of the eastern tri
ines split even on a. ha
uniformly excellent te
schedule featured by lc
Nevertheless, the
with a record unequall<
and Blue team of the X
sity have won 18 gai
four this year, with a p
age of .818 for the 22
igan has batted in 141
opponents have been al
51. The Wolverines ha)
their credit, and have
score in a single game.
While Coach Lundgi
pointed at the freaks of
snatched the last three
Wolverines on the es
was none the less ple
showing of some of h
beau and Ferguson boti

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attack of the senior engineers, losing
a closely congested baseball gamo by
a 7 to 5 score.
Warner had the engineers guessing
until the last of the sixth, when they
found him for four runs, which gave
them their two point lead. Wheat sup-
planted Waldo in the last inning, and
sent the sophomores down in one-two-
three order.
Metcalf lost his first game for the
junior engineers when they lost to the
junior laws in a loosly played 9 to 7
scrap. The laws started in the fourth
to overcome a 5 to 1 lead, and while
they were piling up eight counters,
held the engineers scoreless. It was
only in the last of the seventh, with
the game won, that Haff, in the box
for the barristers, allowed the boiler-
makers to score again. Ide featured
the game for the laws with one home
run and three clean singles.
The standing of the five teams in
the finals follows:
Team \ Won Lost Pet
Junior laws .........2 0 1.000
Sehior laws .........1 1 .500
Junior engineers ... .1 1 .500
Senior engineers . . . 1 2 . 333
Soph lits...........0 1 .000

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used.
The date for the al
yet certain, but the
arranged as follows
Friday, May 29-V
Saturday, May 30-
Friday, June 5-Nc
Saturday, June 6-
Tuesday, June 23-
Wednesday, June

SOPHS TO SCOUR CITY FOR
"CAP NIGHT" COMBUSTIBLES
Sophomores, in teams of six, will
canvass the entire city for boxes, bar-
rels and other combustibles, for the
big SW night bonfire, which will il-
lumine the scene of the traditional
festivities on Palmer field, Friday'
night. More volunteers from the sec-
ond year class will soon be asked to
meet at the Union to organize into va-
rious committees, necessaty for the
efficient handling of the affair.
Speed Up Work on Cement Stadium
Work on' the stadium has speeded
up in the last week. One hundred men
are now at work on the job, and the
stand will be half completed by the
middle of June, as per schedule. The
stands have not been built up to with-
in five feet of the full height.

Last Union Lounger Rg
The last Friday nighi
school year will be he:
next Friday night." A
traction some one will
exhibit some card tTic
bridge, five hundred a
games will be played.
Represent Michigan at
The university librar
ed at the Annual neetin
ican Library associatio
ing held at Washingtc
25 to 30, by Miss F.
Miss A. M. Belser, of
brary staff, and Miss
and Miss E. B. Steere,
brary staff.

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THAN AT THIS TIME

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