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ANN AtBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914.

TS FOR TODAY
iy lectures in chemistry
er, 9:00 o'clock.
Vaterman speaks in Tap-

Michigan Un-

filiation, near eni-
:30 o'clock.
TOMORROW

Union Boat club regatta preliminaries,
bend of Huron river, 2:00 o'clock.
Union Boat club dance, Armory, 9:00
o'clock.
Cap night; assemblage on campus,
7:30 o'clock.
IM. A. C.-Michigan baseball game, Per-
ry field, 4:05 o'clock.
Senior engineer formal dance, Gran-
ger's, 10:30 o'clock.
"Campus" number of Gargoyle on sale
at State street stores.
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the geta- Coach Lundgren aent his men
s marked
for the through a thoroualh drilling on the
made the Varsity diamond yesterday afternoon
's chanc- for their second practice session since
for YlTil- the return from the east. A game
ame very was staged, with the Reserves as the
this time opposition:" No score was kept, chief-
plenty of ly because of the fact that the scrubs'
etffbrts were centered in getting a man
rrive in home from third, the individuali having
fternoon, been placed there each dime on ordErs

CREWS PICKED FOR
SATURDAY'S RACES
Michigan will see its' first Michigan
crew in "intercollegiate" competition
when four M graduates will row
against two other "fours" in a' mile
race of the Union Boat Club Regatta
Saturday. Two races between single
shells will be run off, also.
The Michigan shell will be filled as
follows: stroke, Davis, '13; No. 3,
Trig, '12; No. 2, Henkel, '11; No. 1,
James, '11; and coxswain, Fletcher,
'13. The "All College" goat will be
manned by Lum, Cornell, '13; Herrick,
Wisconsin, '11; Lothrop, Princeton,
'10; Bettinger, Pennsylv ania, '11; and
Farnsworth or McClure, Syracuse.
The Detroit Boat club four will be
composed of Bohacket, Torbet, Bush-
man, Burt, and McClure or Robinson.
In the mile singles race, Henkel,
Bushman, and Herrick wiill row. Bo-
hacket, Strelinger, Michigan '13, and
Farnsworth will row in the quarter-
mile race.
The Michigan men who are to take
part have taken to rowing since they
left the university, and are all mem-
bers of the Detroit Boat club senior
eight. The "All College" shell will
contain one of the best oarsmen i
the country, Lum, who rowed as No.
5 in Cornell's eight.
Any organization or Individual may
take part in the water carnival and
the decorated canoe contest without
making a formal entry. Canoes will be
furnished"by the Boat club at cost for
those who wish to enter in these
events, but who cannot obtain them
otherwise.
Entries for the swimming, diving,
canoe, 'or novelty events will remain
open until 6:00 o'clock today.
T IRT" MORE SOPHS NEEDED
FOR CAP NIGHT CELEBRATION
Two drays will collect boxes and
barrels from merchants today, and
under the direction of sophomores
will cart them to Palmer field for the
cap night bonfire. Combusti4bes of all
kinds have been saved for two weeks.
Thirty sophs who are not on a cap
night committee now, are asked to re-
port at the Union at 3:00 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon, to receive instruc-
tions for caring for red fire along the
line of march.
In order to make it possible for the
freshmen to run past the fire in single
file, plans have been made to have
them perform a long snake dance
around the field to draw them out in
a single line.
YACHTSMAN'S FLAGS AWARDED
TO 13 BOAT CLUB MEMBERS
.
The following men passed the exam-
ination for the Yachtsman's flag of the-
Boat club yesterday afternoon and
may obtain their flags at the Union
desk for ten cents: J. M.. Campbell,
'16, W. illen, '15, T. S. Sargen '17,
J. M. Stanley, '4, R.A. Hayward, ,
W. W. Watson, '16E, R. J. KIohr, '17E,
J. C. Abbott, '15E, W. L. Cook, '16E,
H. H:. Whitin'gham, Eng., C. E. Chip-
man, '14, D. H. Williams Jr., Eng., and
H. Hulbert, '14M. Another -examina-
tion .will be held Friday afternoon at
4:05.

ANNOUCE EVENTS
FOR SENIOR WEEK
Dedication of the tablet in Alumni
memorial hall to Chancellor Tappan,
Dean C. Worcester's lecture on Elie
Philippines, Penn baseball games,
band concerts, a movie mass meeting
and alumni reunions will feature Com-
mencement week at the university this
year.
The program was announced yester-
day as follows:
June 22-10:00 o'clock, Alumni reg-
istration in Memorial hall; 2:00
o'clock, senior law class day program.
June 23-8:00 o'clock, class reun-
ions, totaling 27; 10:00 o'clock, lit and
engineering class day programs; 3:30
o'clock, student entertainment in Hill
auditorium; 4:00 . o'clock, Michigan-
Penn baseball game; 7:30 o'clock, an-
nual senior promenade on campus;
8:30 o'clock, Dean C. Worcester, Illus-
trated lecture on the Philippines, in
Hill auditorium.
June 24-9: 30 o'clock, annual alum-
ni meeting, Memoral hall; 11:00
o'clock, dedication of tablet to Chan-
cellor Tappan and one to the dead sol-
diers of the country; address by Lu-
ther Mendenhall, ft, of Duluth; 2:00
o'clock, annual mass meeting in Hill
auditorium, with movies; 3:30 o'clock,
alumni parade to Ferry field by class-
es; Penn-Michigan game; 7:00 o'clock,
band concert on campus; 8:30 o'clock,
senate reception in Alumni Memorial
hall.
June 25-10:00 o'clock, Commence-
ment exercises, address by Pres. Ed-
ward James of University of Illinois;
1:15 o'clock, annual alumni dinner,
Waterman gymnasium.
BARRISTERS INITIATE TEN
MEMBERS JUNIOR LAW CLASS
Barristers, senior law honorary so,
ciety, initiated the following ten jun-
ior laws last night: Leland S. Bisbee,
Selden S. Dickinson, Thomas J. Doyle,
Charles W. Ferguson, Fred B. Foulk,
Carroll B. Haff, Henry H. Mead, Karl
B. Mohr, Edward H. Saier, and Harold
R, Schradzki. After the initiation, a
banquet was held at which Frank
Murphy acted as toastmaster, calling
on Dean Bates, Harry Lippincott, and
Harold Schradzki 'for responses.
TO SEND tIG DELEGATION
TO LAKE GENEVA CONFERENCE
Plans are being made by the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. to send 40 students
to the Y. M. C. A. conference at Lake
Geneva, Wisconsin, which will be held
June 12 to 21. A fund is being raised
-to partially pay the expenses of $17.50
per man.
This conference has representatives
from 130 colleges and Universities in
the United States and has a total at-
teipiance of 850, both men and women.
This'year there'will be large delega-
tions of Latin American, Cinese and
Hin u students.
Arr4ngements have been made with
the university so that any student who
wishes to attend the conference can
take his examinations next fall. Other
students who wish to attend the con-
ference call Wm. C. Mullendore, '14,
president of the association.

Noted Chemist Lectures This I1-t
J. T. Hay, research metallurg
the Stark Rolling Mills Co., Canto
will give a lecture at 9:00 o'cloc
morning in the chemical amphiti
on the subjectiof "Recent Advan'
Iron and Steel."

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SENIORS
CLAS

SENIOR BOILEBMAKERS WIN .
GAME AND GET THIRD PLACE
By defeating the ju)4ior engineers
yesterday afternoon the senior engi-
neers rose from fourth to third pipce
in the final round of the interclass
baseball series.
Up to the fourth inning the juniors
were in the lead but poor judgment
on the part of their outfielders gave
the seniors a start. Waldo replaced
La Londe on the mound for the near
grads and allowed' only one run from
th'e fifth on. Stewart played the best
game for the losers, being particularly
strong with. the stick.
The senior law-soph lit game, sched-
uled fot yesterday afternoon, will be
played today.

M A: C. conies to Ferry field tomor-
row for a Nturn engagement lasting
two days, and the Wolverine coach
now intends to use either Baribeau
or Ferguson on the' moufl. It is log-
ically the lanky one's turn at the big
job, and unless he shows up wanting
in the warmin-up practice, ho is the
athlete who will probably go in. Fer-
guson walloped the Farmers in decfs-
ive fashion at Lansing two weeks ago,
and he himself thinks he can repeat.
Captain George Sisler, excused from
practice yesterday by reason of an arm
which is still a little sore, will be seen
in left field, according to the present
plan of campaign mapped out by
Lundgren. Labadie will operate in
right, while Tommy Hughitt will prob-
ably be working at his old station on
third base, with Waltz, the recruit
third sacker, on the bench.
Many Openings for Senior Engineers
Numerous openings for senior engi-
neers have been brought to the notice
of Professors Riggs and Anderson.
Prof. Riggs has received notices of
opportunities in engineering salesman-
ship, surveying, pavement inspecting,
fire-prooing, and in municipal plants.
Prof. Anderson has posted letters from
the following concerns who desire one
or. more engineers: Maxwell Motor
Company, Detroit;% International Har-
vester Company, Chicago; Detroit
Steel Products Company; Michigan
Central and Rock Island Railroads.
Student Life Spring Number Soon Out
The spring number of Student Life'
will be placed on sale at the end of
the week. The issue will contain ar-
ticles by Dr. J. B. Angell, Dr. A. S.
Warthin, Dr. G. A. May, G. D. Bradley,
'09, and Joseph Horner, '11, former
star in Michigan athletics.

Hon. Marry Olson, chief justice df point system-
the Chicago municipal court, will de- faculty teas-
liver the principal address at the class Class Repre:
day exercises of the senior laws, June Government be
22, at 2:00 o'clock, in room G of. the dah Bancroft
law building. The engineers and lits Potter; freshn
will hold outdoor programs the fol- 'Agarden par
lowing day at 10:00 o'clock in the ly elected oflic
morning, the former on the court be- 4:00 to 6:00
tween the old engineering lab and the Doug-las', 1620
new physics building, thre latter under
Tappan Oak. k SHOULD T7A
The law program is: Chairman, TO DEP
Robert J. Curry;'Violin Solo, Gerald
Strong, '15D; Oration, Verner Wright According to
Main; Valedictory, HerbertV. Spike; lic yesterday 1
Selection, Varsity Male Quartette; Ad- Hall, it will be
dress, "Some Problems in the Admin- in the literary
istration of Justice," Hon. Harry 01- to transfer to
son; Yellow and Blue, departments ni
The engineers prograi follows: quests for tra
Py6sident's address, George C. Pater- the close of sc>
son; Class History, Francis DuBois; action on their
Poem, Raymond A. Hill; Oration, Les- ment officials.
ter J. N. Keliher. necessary beca
Seven numbers appear on the lit which pours in
program, including: Orchestra; Pres- in the fall, m
ident's address, Waldo E. Fellows; give the requir
History, Marjorie Nicholson; Poem, to students des
Reuben Peterson; Prophecy, Alice er departments
Burridge; Oration, Paul B. Blanshard,
presentation of mnemorial, Lester F. Directory Ph
Rosenbaum. Plans for a

Two seniors' and two members of
last year's senior Mlass secured teach-
ing positions through theappointment
committee yesterday: Edward Cole,
'isparts, Cal., ;Principal; Henry W,
Lichtner, Saginaw Eastl"ide, Mathe-
matics and Athletics; Vivian G. Smith,
'12, Wakefield, Latin and German; Ha-
zel Watson, '12, Evart, Latin and Ger-
man.
Boat House Completed for Regatta
Tessmer's new boat-house has not
been quite completed but will be readyj
for use by the time of the Regatta.
All of the 82 large, and 78 small ca-
noes owned by Mrs. Tessmer have al-
ready been engaged, and only a few
others are available for Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Sigma Xi Banquets Initiates Tonight
Sigma Xi, senior and post-graduate
scientists' honorary society, will initi-
ate new members tonight. After the
initiation, a banquet will be held at
the Union.s

New Journalism Courses to Be Give
Practical courses in journalism w
be introduced 1In the university ne
year under the charge of Mr. L.
Bryson. These courses will cover
wide scope and will emphasize sue
aspects of the work as news gathe
ing, etc. The theoretical courses w
continue in charge of Professor Sco
at least during the first semester. TI
number of hours credit and the time
which the classes will be held has n
yet been definitely decided.

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Health
The

Dean V. C. Vaughan Goes to Califoriia
Dean V. C. Vaughan of the medical
department went to California yester-
day to consult with the president of
Leland Stanford University. He will
return about the middle of June.

SEN IORS:
C Everybody will be following Michigan in foot-
ball next year.
Q YOU will want to get football dope from the in-
inside. I
/ The Miclhigan Daily is making a
SPECIAL OFFER to SENIORS
WATCH THIS SPACE TOMORROW

Junior Architects Elect Officers the d
Junior architects organized Tues- Wes
day afternoon, electing the following cat
officers: president, C. C. Cohagen; with
vice-president, John B. Jewell; secre- sect:
tary and treasurer, D. E. Camerop; ing
athletic manager, R. E. Perkins. In be c
accordance with permission I received a de
from the student council, the class exte
will elect a representative to that
body, before the end of the semeste'r. Mag
Ha
Piza Discharged From Local Hospital of TI
Pedro A. Piza, '17E, who has been writ
seriously ill of pneumonia for some tor,'
time will be discharged from a local Cava
hospital this week, and 'sent to his uted
home in San" Juan, Porto Rico, to re- curr
cuperate. lier'

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