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JUNE 7, 1914.

1

FARRELL BEGINS
PLANS FOR

,A, RECEIVES
ECK FOR $1000

SIMITOUS
PROMISE]

Regents'
From

Development of Four Mile Relay Team
For Penn Games Is the Most
Important Item
FEW STARS FOR EASTERN MEET
Although his field leader for next
year has not yet been chosen, Trainer.
Farrell, of the Wolverine track team,
has already begun laying his plans for
the coming season, the most import-
ant item in the campaign being the de-
velopment of a four-mile relay team
for the Penn games. The training of
this squad will commence with the
cross-country work in the fall, and
will Ve followed during the indoor
practice by the general conditioning of
all his Varsity material.
Farrell left for Chicago early yester-
day morning to attend the annual
Western Conference meet on Stagg's
field, but before going he gave an ink-
ling of just what he expects for the
Michigan track men next year. Indi-
eationc+ri ^"' "no "oin ^ to a st"on

Henry W. Hubbard, '62, of New
City, Bequeaths Large Sum
to Local Organization

York 1

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Decorations
to be held Moi
most of J-ho
blue bunting w

BEQUEST WAS NOT 'SOLICITED

Graduate-Secretary Carl H. Smith, probab
ceptlor
of the University Y. M. C. A., received gents'
a check for $1,000 yesterday as a gift the ga
to the Y. M. C. A. from the estate of The
the late Henry W. Hubbard, '62, o'clock
of New York City. The gift was not o'clock
solicited and came as a surprise to the dance
local officials. 4
While in the university Mr. Hubbard DET
was interested in the work of the Stu- ON
dent's Christian association, but was
not an officer of the organization. The Meml
gift will become a part of the endow- gan cI
ment fund of the S. C. A.o

Ulu gyUl u

ibers of the Uni
ub of Detroit w
utin Jnnn 12

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n capa

he

Kohler,
o were
best c

terans, suchnmi
'riest, Cook, Bi
ummer and o
en Farrell calla
this year's Inte
th. Armstrong,

THREE DIVIDE HIGH HONOQRS
IN MENORAH PRIZE CONTEST
The committee of award on the Me-
norah prizes announces that three es-
says are of equal mterit, and conse-
quently $50.00 has been awarded for
each. The following are the names of
the winners and their titles: Paul B.
Blanshard, '14, "The Approach of Re-
formed Judaism and the Unitarian
Movement in the United States"; Jud-
ith Ginsberg, '15, "Disintegrating Forc-
es in Contemporary Jewish Life," and
Sadie F. Robinson, '15, whose' title was
not given. N.
PROMENADE TO BE FOLLOWED
BY LECTURE ON PHILIPPINES
Seniors will parade around the cam-
pus in their caps and gowns for the
last time, in the annual senior prom-
enade, which is scheduled for 7:30
o'clock, Tuesday, June 23. After the
march, they will attend the lecture on
the Philippines, to be given by Dean
C.. Worcester, '89, in the Hill audito-
rium.
TWO DOZEN SENIORS NEGLECT
TO PAY THEIR DIPLOMA FEES
Out of the 958 seniors in the uni-
versity, 24 have not paid the diploma
fee of $10. The lits comprise more
than half this number, 15 having fail-
ed to pay, out of the 475 in the class.
Seven senior laws, out of a class of
173, and two senior engineers, out of
a class of 185, have not settled.

By defeatin
L, Thorsch,
J. S. Switzer
'16, won the
nis tournani
Cups will be

r

Ii~l LNg June 1.
ed will leave at 1:00
arrive at Bois Blanc
A rehearsal for the
baseball game, sched
field on June 17, will
graduates who wish
the affair may secure
ing checks for $1.50,
Bucknall, to Fred Lav
Building, Detroit.
SWITZER AND CRAV
WINNERS OF TI

~c tian and Richards.
ss To add to this line-up, Farrell will be
g. able to draw on an unusually strong
or All-Fresh squad. Wilson, ineligible this
's year, is the best vaulter who has been
ws in Michigan many years, and should
rs' prove a tower of strength in compe-
ed. tition. O'Brien in the dashes will help
ad to fill the gap left by Bond and Sew-
r- ard. Cross is good in the weights,
Capt. iarroll has many times proved
he his-worth in the mile run, while Her-
es rick and Burbey are both good quar-
ter milers. Corbin will prove a valu-
eta able addition to the hurdle squad,
50 while Kessler, . Fontana, Edwards,
00 Grauman and Thurston are all valua-
00 ble men.

Track and baseball
will be awarded to at
distinguished themsel
branches of sports, F:
banquet given in the
Michigan Union. Memb:
faculty representative
of the board of dire
short talks. Tickets
at the desk the first
the general student b(

ves

LAW

could

ove

' all teams in tl
s baseball ser(

Commencement Issue Gargoyle' Last
The Gargoyle will close its 1 13-14
issued with a final number to be pub-
lished during commencement week.

Won Lost
.3 1
.3 2
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was retrieved by Mill in time for the
play at first.

Michigan
AB R:
4 0
2 1

Sheehy cf
,Baker ss .

ter on Ferguson 's infield out
Hughitt stole second on
windup, and took third as
allied, but failed in an at-
:eal home.
er score came in the third.'
down, Baker walked, Mc-
I to center, but Captain Sis-
scoring the run. Berger re-
,ehan and walked Howard,
te's smash through the box

During the next five innings but
three Wolverines faced Berger or Kel-
ley in each inning. Sisler collected
the only other Wolverine hit to start
the sixth, but was caught off first by
Gray.
The score follows:
Notre Dame
-ABR HPO AE
Newning 3b.%.....4 0 2 1 1 0
Lathrop if.........4 0 2 1 0 0
Farrell lb ... .......4 0 0 13 0 0
Mill 2b...........4 0 1 0 3 0
D. Newningrf ......1 0 0 2 0 0
Ewing rf ...........2 0 0 0 0 0
Myers ss ...........3 0 0 2 3 1
Dugancf..........3 0 0 1 3 0
Grayc...........3 0 0 4 3 0
Sheehan p....... .1 0 0 0 2 0
Bergerp..........100 02 0
Kelley p ............0 0 0 0 1. 0
* Puliska..........1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals..... ...31 0 6 24 15 1
* Batted for Berger in eighth.

McQueen 2b ........4
Sisler if..........3
Howard 'lb .........2
Labadie rf.........2
Baer c ......... .3
Hughitt 3b........3
Ferguson p .........3

0
0
1
1
0
0
0E

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1
0
0
2'
1
0
0
0
0

PO A'
1 0
2 6
1 4
0 0
11 1
0 0
12 1
0 1
0 2

E
0
0
0
0
0

Three decided changes will be iade
in the curriculum of the law depart-
ment for next year. The changes will
effect the courses in constitutional
law, conveya ing and. agency."
The cons tutional law courses,
which is nUw a required three hour'
course, will be changed to a six hour
course and will be made elective. The
two hour study of agency will be made
into an elective instead of a compul-
sory course as it has been heretofore.
Conveyancing class room work has
been dropped, but the practical work
in this course will continue.

Totals ...........26
Innings .......1 2 3 4
Notre Dame ...0 0 0 0
Michigan......0 2 1 0

3
5
0
0

4 27
6 7 8
0 0 0
,000

15 2!
9- R
0- 0
*- 3

Hutchins to Give Minnesota Address
Pres. Harry B. Hutchins will deliver
the commencement address at the
University of Minnesota next Thurs-
day.

have charge
and usage.
The unive
tinued durin
der Dean Ec
retary T. E.

o r. Division
nd Huron Sts.
T, Minister.

Summary-Three base hit-Sisler;
stolen base--Hughitt; sacrifice hit-
Baker; hits-off Sheehan, 3 in 2 2-3
innings, off Berger, 1 in 4 1-3 innings,
off Kelley, 0 in 1 inning; struck out-
by Ferguson 10, by Sheehan 1, by Ber-
ger 2, by Kelley 1; first base on balls
off Ferguson 2, off Sheehan 1, off Ber-1
ger 1; passed balls-Gray
2; left on bases -Michigan 3,
Notre .Dame 6; hit by pitcher-by
Sheehan 1 (Labadie). Time-1 hour,
55 minutes. Umpire-Egan.

Senior Recep
BARBOUR GYMNASIU
Monday Eve. June 2

$4:00p er couple

$2

Secure your ticket now from I
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