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THE "'ICHIGAN DAILY

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Wireless Messages Sent by
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All preparations for the preliminary
meet to be held in Waterman gymna-
sium Saturday night have been com-
pleted. The first event will be called
at 7:30 o'clock, instead of 8:00 o'clock
as announced in The Michigan Daily
yesterday.
Close contests are looked for in the
thirty-five yard dash, and the heat is
sure to be a fast one when Seward,
Bond, and Monetta clash. Another
fight for place will be uncovered in the
four-forty yard run between Baier,
Jansen, and the Bay City freshman,
Smith, with Baier picked to win. In
the half-mile Brown and Carver have
a'dispute to settle, and will be pushed
to finish in the run by several of the
class of '16, among whom Murphy is
worthy of mention. Carver may be
switched to the mile to fight for first
honors with Smith. Cole will put the
shot, several men of unknown caliber
will high jump; and Cook, Van Kam-
men and Daskam'will compete in the
pole vault. Greene, a sophomore, will
contend for hurdle supremacy with
Armstrong, the freshman from Detroit
Eastern. C. S. White an erstwhile two-
twenty man is being tried by Farrell
over the low sticks, and may upset all
calculations by winning.
The offcias as announced yesterday
afternoon are:
Starter and Referee-S. J. Farrell.
Clerk of Course-Sid Millard.
Asst. Clers-W. Crawford, D. Don-
ald, R. P.-Blake, E. Connely.
Track Judges-W. F. Verner, Geo.
Patterson, Raymond Haimbaugh, Jas.
Craig..
Field Judges-Homer Heath, Arthur
Kohler, Louis Haller, Geo. C. Thomp-
son, Warren Sargent.
Timers-Dr. Geo. A. May, Evans Hol-
brook, C. B. Hff.
Announcer-Clement Quinn.
Scorers-Karl. Matthews, Gordon El-
dredge, Loren Robinson.
PROF. T. J. DIEKHOFF SPEAKS
ON THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
"Literary German, as it is written,
is fast becoming the real mother-
tongue, the spoken language of Ger-
many," said Prof. T. J. C. Diekhoff, of
the German faculty in a lectuxe on
"The German Language," yesterday
afternoon. He gave examples of some
of the dial'ects spoken in different parts
of Germany and showed the feelings
entertained by the Germans for "the
mother-tongue." The lecture was in
German.
The next lecture on the series given
by members of the German faculty,
will be by Prof. J. W Scholl on "The
Suffrage Question in Germany."
Dr. Markus Will Give Public Lecture.
Dr. M. Markus, editor of the Detroit
Abendpost, will give a free public lec-
ture, under the auspices of the Deuts-
cher Verein at the higlh school hall to-
night at 8:00 o'clock, on "The German
Folk-song."
A program has been arranged which
will include recitations by Mrs. Markus
of selections from Heine and some
original poems. The Detroit Doppel
Quartett will sing several folk-songs
and the Ann Arbor Zither club will
give several numbers.
MEDICS OBSERVE
DAY OF FOUNDING.

Letters have been received by the
university wireless station saying that
the message.sent to O. S. U. last week
was heard by a number of ocean ves-
sels in the east and south and by sev-
eral intermediate land stations. The
steamship "Comanche" lying off the
coast of Florida and the "City of Bal-
timore" in Chesapeake Bay sent copies
of the mesage by mail to the local sta-
tion, which were exact reproductions
of the message sent to O. S. U.
Operators at the stations in Wilkes-
barre, Pa., Schenectady and Brooklyn,
New York, state that the message
came clear and strong and in some
cases it could be heard plainer than
the messages being sent by ocean lin-
ers in the vicinity.
The transmitter at the local station
burned out a month ago and interrupt-
ed the arrangements which had been
made to hold an official test with the
station at Santa Marta, Columbia. The
damaged instrument has been repaired
by a local electric company and it is
expected that the test will soon be car-
ried out.
SENIOR BOILERMAKERS MAY
ORDER INVITATIONS TODAY.
All senior engineers, who have hopes
of receiving their diplomas in June,
are requested to order invitations at
once. The invitation committee of the
class will receive orders in the engi-
neering sogiety rooms today from 8:00
to 11:00 a. i., and tomorrow at the
same place from10:00 a. m. to 12:,0
noon and from 1:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Three invitations will be sold for one
dollar. The money is not payable at
this time, only orders being received
by the committee.
Graduate Department Shows Increase.
An increase of more than 20 per cent
is reported by Dean Guthe in this
semester's enrollment in the graduate
department. The registration yester-
day was 260 against a total of 211 last
year. Last semester's enrollment was
215.
HALF HOUR SERVICE TO YPSI
MAY BE REQUIRED OF D. U. It.
If a lot of determined farmers liv-
ing between here and Ypsilanti hav

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TRACK MANAGER LEAVES FOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE MEETING.
Don Denison, '13, to Represent Michi-
gan at Annual Eastern Athletic
Conference.
Donald Denison, '13, manager of
the 1913 Michigan track team has left
for New York to attend the meeting
of the Eastern Intercollegiate Ath-
letic association to be held in that
city on Saturday. Denison is Michi-
gan's delegate to the meeting and will
look after the Wolverine interests.
The meeting Saturday is in the na-
ture of an annual gathering to prepare
for the spring intercollegiate, and to
elect officers of the association for the
next year. Michigan has not held an
-office in the Eastern Intercollegiate
since Herb Goetz, '11, was manager of,
the Michigan team. Goetz held the of-
fice of vice-president. With Michigan
showing so well in the eastern classic
each year, it is felt by a great many
Michigan supporters that the Wolver-
ines should be represented by an office
in the association.
Prof. Brumm to Speak at Middleton.
Prof. John R. Brumm, of the rhetoric
faculty, will leave Ann Arbor Friday
for Middleton where he will deliver an
extension lecture as one of the num-
bers on a Washington's birthday cele-
bration program. He will talk on
"New Ideas in Education."

between Ann Arbor and the Normal
town, will again be on the docket after
two month's respite. James Kelley
and James Byce of the Michigan State
Railway commission heard their com-
plainst yesterday, Supt. Barton and
Asst. Supt. Allen of the D. U. R. ap-
pearing for that company. Their de-
fense is that this service can only be
operated at a loss. The matter will be
referred back to the commission as a
whole.
MISS CROCKER WILL SPEAK
BEFORE THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE
Miss Alice Crocker of Ann Arbor
will address the Women's League at
the regular weekly meeting Friday af-
ternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Barbour 'gym
on "Hupll House and its Work." Miss
Crocker visited Hull House for three
weeks before Christmas and will relate
her personal experiences and impres-
sions. Dancing will follow the talk.
COMBINED CLUBS
LEAVE TOMORROW
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a special coach over the Pere Mar-
quette, reaching Saginaw before noon.
Following the concert in Saginaw Sat-
urday evening, the Michigan men will
board their Pullman, returning to Ann
Arbor Sunday morning.
Charles L. Loos, purchasing agent
for the university, will accompany the
clubs on their trip.

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delightfully assorted, filling every requiremert of a high grade confec-
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country. He explained'to the audi-
ence the significance of the doctor in
the welfare of the country.
A reception, under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor medical club, was held
following the exercises for the mem-
bers of the faculty, medical students,
and invited guests.
While in the city, Dr. Jacobi has
been the guest of Dr. V. C. Vaughan.

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