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FOOTBALL STAR IS
NOW A BENEDICT
Ernest F. "Tommy" Hughitt, idol of
the Wolverine athletic world, sprung
his biggest coup of all Wednesday,
when he secretly married Miss Eliza-
beth Jane Meldrum, and stole away
from Ann Arbor with no one the wis-
er.
Not until yesterday did the fact that
"Tommy" had deserted the ranks of
the bachelors become known on the
Michigan campus. In the meantime
Coach Lundgren was planning to use
his third sacker in the game today and
was wondering why he had not turned
up for practice. Athletic Director P.
G. Bartelme knew nothing of the mar-
riage until word came from Hughitt
that he wouldbe back in the city by
the beginning of next week.
The ceremony was performed Wed-
nesday noon at the St. Andrew's Epis-
copal church by Rev. Henry Tatlock.
Only a few relatives and close friends
were present, the bride being attended
by her cousin,'Mrs. Joseph G. Black.
Frederick Marble, '15, acted as best
man. Those who were present kept
the marriage strictly to themselves
until Mrs. Arthur R. Meldrum, the
bride's mother, made the announce-
ment yesterday.
Before he had time to get out of the
city, "Tommy" was forced to stammer
out an admission of his new status,
that of a benedict. But he immediate-
ly followed it up with the assertion
that he would be in school next fall
and would be ready to play for Michi-
gan against Harvard and the rest of
the Wolverine's opponents. The new
bridegroom also expects to be able to
finish the remainder of the baseball
schedule, although he will be absent
from the M. A. C. games.
Hughitt played quarterback on the
Wolverine team last fall and was one
of the bright stars of the powerful
eleven. This spring he has been third
baseman for the baseballssquad.tHe
is a member of the Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity and of Michigamua and Tri-
angles. His bride's home is in Buffa-
lo, New York, although she has been
living in Ann- Arbor for the past year.
Her brother, John Meldrum, is enroll-
ed in the School of Music.
JUNIOR LAW HONOR SOCIEITY
STARTS WITH DISTINCT AI1

Wholesale

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-The Maid of Orleans in
5parts Joan of Ar
Fri. May 28-Van Dyke Brooke in
Vitagraph Old Reliable
Sat. May 3O-Anita Steward in
Vitaraph He never Knew
Mon.-Tues.June 1-2-Mary Pickford in
Tess of Storm Country
Matinee ARRIf K 25C-35o
Lyman H.Howe
DEPICTS THE
PANAMA CANAL
the purpose of giving its members
training in legal practices. The soci-
ety, according to its ritual, will seek
to impress on its members high ideals
of legal ethics, as well as to drill them
in court and trial practice.
The 11 men, now members of the
freshman law class, who constitute the
charter membership, and who will
elect 11 more to the society in the fall,
are Louis M. Bruch, Lyle M. Clift, Mar-
tin H. Galt, William E. Lamoreaux,
John S. Leonard, Francis F. McKin-
ney, Frank G. Millard, Ray J. Mills,
Walter E. Morris, T. Hawley Tapping
and Paul F. Thompson.
CAMPUS NUMBER OF GARGOYLE
TO BE PUT ON SALE TODAY
The editor of the Gargoyle is said to
have left town yesterday. It is not
known when he will return. The reas-
on for his hurried departure is the
fact that the Campus Number of the
Gargoyle will be on the streets today.
This number of the humor magazine
is almost entirely local in its appli-
cation and will have as main features,
caricatures of well-known-men-about-
the-campus, whose failings and foibles
will be thrown into the white light of
publicity.
The cover design which is indica-
tive of the contents of the number is
by Francis A. Bade, managing editor-
elect, while cartoons of the "big men"
are by Clark Smith and W. H. Smith.
Humor and satire on campus life has
been contributed by H. R. Schradzki,
W. Alfred P. John and Sylvan S
Grossner.
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Archons, junior law honorary soci-
ety, with a charter membership of 11
members, made its appearance on the
campus yesterday, following action
by the executive committee of the fac-
ulty committee on student affairs, by
which the new society was endorsed
and accorded official recognition.
Although formed along distinctly
honorary lines, Archons is intended to
represent a new departure in campus
honor societies, in that it is formed
for a distinct purpose. In its constitu-
tion are embodied many of the prin-
ciples of Preators, a former junior
law society, which was organized for

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LET THE
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A good appearance is of
course necessary, but perman-
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The Michigan Technic made its first
appearance of the year yesterday, fea-
turing an article on the new power
plant by H. I. Markey, and also one
on the use of the gyroscope in stabil-
izing problems by J. Airey. The new
policy of the Technic is explained ful-
ly in the editorials, and a general in-
dex to all the publications of the En-
gineering society since 188 completes
the May, 1914, issue of the Technic.
The magazine will be published here-
after in the months of October, De-
cember, March and May.
BOAT CLUB TO START REGATTA
THIS AFTERNOON
(Continued from page 1)
marked with a distinctive sign. Each
contestant will be given a number
which must be prominently displayed.
The Boat club dance at which the
Wright Saxophone Trio will play will
be "most informal" so as to permit
the greatest amount of comfort and
enjoyment. Dancing will not begin
until after the Cap Night program is
over, so that those. who attend may
walk down to the Armory.

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Straw hats,
All the 1914 Models in Straw Hats,
including the New High Crown:Sail-
ors. All the leading styles in Pana-
mas. Hats to suit all tastes, from $1.50
to $6.00.
Allen's (Good Clothes Store tf
Main Street.
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri
COMMUNICATION
(Continued from page 1.)
say that it is necessary for a college
every meet who, in his opinion, stood
a ghost of a show of making a fraction
of a point. Following this policy that
"dark horse" Smith was chosen by
our track coach as one of Michigan's
competitors for last year's intercolle-
giates.
This is the second time in the past
five college years that the writer has
publicly taken issue with an article
appearing in any of the University
publications, but the editorial above
referred to is so absurd th&-he can
not resist the temptation to point out
its utter lack of foundation.
(Signed)
P. G. BARTELME.

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