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I, No. 97.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913.

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ITIONAL HERO

C. S. Cutting of Chicago
Deliver Address at
Exercises Planned
for 'today.

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LASSES TO VEET AT 2:15
1) MARCH OVERi IN A BODY.

Violin Solos
Indluded in the
Program.

Will be

arrangements for the Washing-
Birthday exercises, which are to
held in University hall this after-
have been completed. These
ces, which are conducted every
by the law department, are for
enefit of the general public, and
re cordially invited to attend.
Ige Charles S. Cutting of the
ite court of Cook county, Illinois,
>rincipal speaker, arrived in the
this morning.' He will be enter-
d by the law faculty at a lunch-
his noon at the Union. He is the
of Dean Bates while in the city.
Ige Cutting has no mean reputa-
as an orator. He has been judge
e probate court for over a dozen
and was recently appointed
e of the District Court in Illinois
esidnt Taft. He is not acting in
capacity now on account of the
alled "patronage grab" in the
.e.
combined law classes are to
h from the law building to Uni-
y hall in a body. Third, second
Irst year classes are to meet in
s G, C, and B respectively at 2:15

Forecast for Ann Arbor-Snow prob-
ably tonight and colder.
University -Observatory - Friday,
7:00 o'clock p. ,m., temperature 23.52;
maximum temperature, 24 hours pre-
ceding, 36.9; minimum temperature,
24 hours preceding 33.9; average wind
velocity 11 miles per houra.
ALPHA NUHOLD$ -SIXTIETH
ANNUAL B ANQUET AT- UNION.
Alpha Nu held their sixtieth annual
banquet last evening at the Union. The
guests of tae occasion were Registrar
Hall and Prof. C. H. Van Tyne of the
history department.. of the university.
Prof. Van Tyne spoke on "Religious
Forces of the Revolution" while Regis-
trar Hall related his early experiences
as a member of the Alpha Nu society.
The guests of honor were introduced
by D. S...Vesey, '12235L, who acted as
toast-master of the evening. A num-
ber of other iembers-of the society,
responded to short talks recommend-
ing many new features for the society.
MANY FAIL TO GET
-:
ADMISINCAD
Student Body May Procure Tlckets
for Indoor Meets at Ath-
letie Office Today.
OFFICE OPEN FROM 9:00 TO..3:30.

' FOR PAST SEVEN YErARS.

Especial Attention is Paid to
Need ti h University for
a New Science
Building,

hiarard

BilthSoughtI113
services.

Have

Memnbers of
Given

the Senior Law
Advice on Their
Profession

Class

the

LEG ISITO OF
MAKE VISIT OF

for the exercises will

Yellow and Blue .......Audience~
Solo ... by Miss Marian Struble
Vocal Solo .... by George Becker
Violin Solo ..............
..........by Miss Marian Struble
Address.............. ....
... by Judge Charles. S. Cutting
nerica .........Audience
4ED MONTREAL PASTOR TO
SPEAK AT SUNDAY SERVICE.
the Rev. Herbert Symonds, D.D.,
an of Crist Church Cathedral, Mon;
al, will deliver the sermon in St.
drews Episcopal church Sunday
both morning and evening services.
has worked for some time with the
dents at McGill university, and will
ect his talks specially to students.
s reputation in Canada as an effect-
speaker has led to his receiving in-
atoins to lecture in all parts of this
intry.
0alifornia Alumni Hold anquet.
Michigan alumni of the Southern
lifornia association met in Los An-
es for their annual gathering on
ursday. evening. More than 100
re present, as reported by Arthur J.
bott, '09-'11L. In Los Angeles there
450 alumni of Michigan.
'he speakers for the occasion were
ige J. W. McKinley, Dr. A. J. Scott
d Dr. J. W. Trueworthy, all of whom
graduates of Michigan. No 're-,
us banquet of the association has
t with such success.
rris Club to Set Date for Banquet.
the Ferris club, an organization
nposed of graduates of Ferris In-
ute, will meet this evening at 7:30
lock in Webster hall, in the law
ilding. The date of the annual ban-
et will be decided upon at this meet-
C. W. Bradrick will preside.
lers for Senior Canes Taken Today.
)rders for senior law canes will be
-en in the lobby of the law building
ay from 1:00 o'clock until 2:15
lock. They will be made of rose-
od, cut in three corners and engrav-

MEMBERS OF VISITING BODY
MOSTlY MICHIGAI ALUMMN.L

On account of the marked lack of
interest shown by the student body in
securing tickets for the three indoor
track meets, open to all members of
the association, namely, the prelimina-
ry, Varsity, and M. A. C.-All-fresh, the
athletic.;inlce ,will' remain open from
9:00 a. in. to 5:30 p. m. today for the
purpose of distributing admission
cards among the members,.
Absolutely no one will be admitted
to the events this season unless he has
previously secured the proper en-
trance ticket for that particular meet
at the association office today in ex-
change for yellow coupon, number 13.
Admittance to the meets will not be
granted upon the presentation. of the
yellow books a't the door.
All contestants who expect to 'take
part in the events, must also ,get ad-
mission cards which will entitle the
holders to enter the south door of
Waterman gymnasium on the night
of the meets. These contestant admis-
sion cards may also be procured at the
office today at the hours named above.
It is necessary that every one who ex-
pects to attend any of the meets 'must
provide himself, with some form of
ticket which ,will be furnished him
upon application at the association
office.
As has been prviously announced,
he association is making this call for
men to come out for tickets, so that
every member of the association will
have an equal opoptrunity to attend
the sanie number of meets. The pre-
.iminary, Varsity, and M. A C.-All
'resh events have been opened to the
student body at large. Since it would
:e impracticable to attempt to accom-
-nodate the 'entire membership at a
A.ingle event, these three meets have
>een opened to all members,each mem-
)er being allowed to attend one of the
:hree. A system of drawing has been
used, and the event of these three
which a student is given a ticket for
-s decided by chance. Today is the
last time that tickets will be given out
for these three meets.
In addition to this, the fresh-soph
meet which will be held on March 1,
will be open to freshmen, sophomores
and members of the faculty exclusive-
ly. Tickets for this event will be giv-
en out at the athletic office next week.
The Cornell meet which comes -on
March 22, is open to juniors, seniors,
and members of the faculty exclusive-.
ly and admission cards for this event
will be given out at some future time.
Legislators Inspet Law Department.
A committee of legislators from
Lansing was in town yesterday in-
specting the law department.. The
committeemen snoke briefly to a large

. Prof. C. J. Tilden, head of the depart-
-ment of engineering mechanics, last
night wired his acceptance to the offer,
made him last month, of the chair of
civil engineering at Johns Hopkin
University at Baltimore Md. He will
receive a salary of $5,000, which is con-
siderably larger than that which he
receives here.
Prof. Tilden became an instructor
in the civi engineering department
bore in 1904, and was made assistant
professor in 1906. In 1908 he was
made -unior -professor of civil engi-
neering and in 1911 became head of
the new department of engineering
mechanics, which was created at this
time.
Since he has been at Michigan, Prof.
Tilden has received many flattering
offers, one from Harvard University
four years aw, and another, and at-
tractive position with the government
in Washmington, in 1911. He refused
both these offers and it was following
the latter that the new department of
engineering mechanics was created
with Prof. Tilden at its head.
BANDSTAND IS TO BE VACANT
Band Coicerts Not to be Given, Due'
to Protesis of Book-
Worms,
According to "Ike" Fischer, leader
of the.band, there will be no spring
concerts given by that organization
this year. In the past it has been the,
ustom of the university band to give
concerts in the band stand on the
campus for the benefit of any who
wished to hear them. Last year early
in the second semester the open air
home of the musicians was moved
rom the cinity of Tappan oak to a
point southwest of the chemistry;
building, so that the playing might not
rdsturb the students in the library.
Concerts were given during the latter'
part of the year once every week or
two and afforded much enjoyment to
the harmony lovers of Ann Arbor, as
was attested by the crowds that usu-
ally turned out to these entertain-
inents.
The reason that was given by Fisch-
er for discontinuing this practice was
that many protests had come in last
year from students wishing to study
in the library, and also from the au-
thorities on account of the noise, so
that it was thought best not to hold'
the twilight sessions this year. This
will also mean that the band will not
be organized again until next fall.
TICKETS FOR ,ME3IBERSHIP 4
DANCE HAVE RAPID SALEa-
All but ten of the 100 tickets for
the regular weekly dance at the Union
tonight, have been sold and undoubt-,
edly these. will be disposed of today.j
Dancing will start promptly at 9:00s
o'clock as usual. The committee- in

Committees appointed by both hous-
es of the legislature to supervise the
needs of the university were in the
city yesterday looking over the cam-
pus. Especial attention was paid to
the want of a new science building for
which the university is asking an ap-
propriation of $375,000. The legisla-
tors seemed to be favorably impressed
that a new building to house
the science departments of the
university was greatly in demand and
thought that the amount asked would
be granted by the legislature.
The members of the committee that
were in the city are as. follows: L. D.
Verdier, '99, '01L; D. F. Warner, '83L,
C. H. McBride, '96L; W. J. Nash, '05L,
and G. L. Weadock.
The senior law class was addressed
by each member of the comimttee yes-
terday afternoon. Advice as to the fu-
ture and reminiscent''tales of the days
which were spent in the law depart-
ment was the subject of the talks.
President Hutchins entertained the
committee at luncheon yesterday at
the Union.
SEDICAL JOURNAL ABOUNDS
1/-'1 FA2ULTY CONTRIBUTIONS.
The January number of- The Phys-
ician and Surgeon, a profess nal med-
ical journal, is distinctive in that most
of the articles contributed have been
prepared by men of the faculty in the
University of Michigan.
Doctors Conrad Georg and Otis M.
Cope have a lengthy original treatise
oi "The Transfusion of Blood," a pa-
per read before the Clinical Society of
the University of Michigan, December
4, 1912. At ie same time "A Case of
Metastasis in the Femur of Normal
Fetal Thyroid Tissue," was read by
Dr. Charles B. G. de- Nancrede, which
appears in this edition. A discussion
of "The Intern Considered in Relation
to Hospital and Medical School,"
comes from Dr. Ieuben Peterson. Dr.
John H. Pettis is authority for "A Case
of Neoplasm of the Remains of the
Wolifian Body Stimulating Hyperne-
phronia," and the last case to be
treated criginally, "Carcinoma of the
Face Treated by the Actual Cautery,"
was ,reported by Dr. Cyrenus G. Dar-
ling.
Original abstracts of various sub-
jects are included in the journal also.
One is written by Dr. Howard H. Cum-
mins aided by Benjamin R. Schenck
of the Woman's Hospital of Detroit.
Other reviews are made by Doctors
Les-li H. S. DeWitt and'Ward F. See-
ley and Doctors Walter R. Parker and
George Slocum,
FRESH MEDICS PLAN PARTY'
FOR PROFESSOR C. G. HUBER.
Fresh medics wil appear in society
again next week when they give - a
farewell smoker for Professor G.. C.
Huber of the Medical department Fri.-
day. They have been in daily attend-

FEW ENTER HAMILTON CONTEST.
No Preliminary to be Held Unless
More Men Will Compete.
The preliminary Hamilton orator-
ical contest will be held Tuesday ev-
ening, March 4, if sufficient entries are
received.
At present only two men are known
to the committee who are willing to
compete, Percival Blanshard, '14, and
L. D. David, '14L, are the entries; but
unless at least two more are found
within the week, no contest will be
held.
Anyone interested in the mattt
should communicate with W. W.
Schroeder, '14, chairman of the com-
mittee, at, once. He may be reached
at 100-L.
Cosmopolitan Club to Banquet. Tonight
The group leaders of the Csio-
politan club will hold a banquet this
evening at 6:00 o'clock at 213 North
Thayer street. Plans for the fotering
of universal brotherhood will be the
main discussion at the gathering
Premananda Das willebeathe hon-
orary gist of the banquet and plates
of a cosmopolitan nature will be serv-
ed.
COUNCIL STILL
PROBES FRACAS
More Than 100 Men Have Been Exam-
ined in Ten meetings Since
Probe Started.
INVESTIGATIONS CLOSE - SOON.
More than 100 fen have now been
examined by the student council in its
investigation of the fracas on the night
of the Hop, when a crowd composed
partly of students and partly of towns-
people attempted to force its way into
Waterman gymnasium. It is believed
that the council is nearing the e.off
its probe and that the men who have
been found guilty will be dealt wtl
in the near future. Ten executive ses-
sions of the council had been held up.
to and including Thursday night, but
probably no more meetings will be
held until the first of next week.
No details or results of the coun
cil's investigation have been made
public as th councilmen believe that
their investigation can be more effica..
cious if the campus is not informed,
as to its actions. However, council of-
ficials have declared that a full report
of the results of the proceedings wil
be published as soon as the probe is
concluded.
The method which has been used by
the council in the investigation is as
follows: Four committees consisting
of all the conucilmen have met during
the afternoon and examined the men
who were believed to know something
of the affair and then the results re
reported to the council assembl n
the evening in executive sessih. -
Senior Laws Hold Holiday Pai y.
Senior laws held their' Washington
birthday party at the' Union last night.
A large crowd was in attendance and
an enjoyable time was had by all.,
Dancing began at 9:00 o'clocl and con-
tinued until 1:,00 o'clock. PMro. and
Mrs. W. G. Stoner and Prof. and Mrs
Evans Holbrook chaperoned the party.
FRIDAY ENTERTAINMENT O
UNION PROVES A SUCCESS

FARRELL THINKS
FRESHMEN WIL L
PROVESURPRISE
Trainer Predicts Meet Tonight Will
.Bring Out a Wealth of
Future Material for
Varsity.
KEEN COMPETITION EXPECTED
AMONG VARSITY ASPIRANTS.
Workof.White and Greene in Hurdles,
Will be Watched With
Interest.
According to the word of Trailier
"Steve" Farrell of the Michigan track
team,-and he ought to know if there
is anyone who can foretell the outcome
of a track meet,-the men of the class
of 1916 are liable to spring some sur-
prises when they compete with the
Varsity cagdidates in the first idooi-
meet of the season this evening.
While Trainer Farrell has devoted
a' great -deal 'o his time to the men
who showed so well last season, that
they have excellent opportunities of
winning the coveted "M" this year, he'
has had ample opportunity to observe
the work of the first year men, The
fact that over fifty youngstrs turned
out for the first meeting of theAll-
Fresh track- candidates would alone
show the interest being taken by the -
1916 men, were- it the only basis for
judgment. BuIt there are other g
for judgment. The youngsters have
been working faithfully and earnestly
and such work as they hve'ben put-
ting in, is sure to have its reward in
the opinion of Michgan' trainer.
In addition to the antiiated h Fw-
in- of the freshmen, the mi19eet .is
pected to bring, out some 01tir 0
tures. The work of Bond, Seward *nd
b&onetta in the short dash wilt' be
watched with interest. Th iperform-
ane of C.. S. White and Greene In the
hur~dles will no doubt pe a feature as
whether thesenen are napable to f .
the hole vacated by Craig is-an in-
known point.
And lastly Michigan students will
have an opportunity of seeing the can-
didates In action for the first-tim., and
in action under a eW coach. Trainer
Farrell has spent a, great deal, of eu
orgy and time, and lent the aid of his
long and valuable experience in train-
lug the men or- this meet, and the re-
sults he has accompljshed can be -
judged for the first time this evening.
Women -Wishing Loan Must See Dean.
Undergraduate women of the u*-
versity who desr to 'be benefitld -by
a smll loan fund, which is- being 9ffer
ed by the Detroit branch of collegiate
alumnae, should see Dean Myra B.
Jordan at once.
Toastmsters to Jiold Mid-Year- Party.
The tastmasters' mid-year party,
which will take the form of a dinner-
dance, will be held at Packard Acad-.->
emy nxit Satrd-evfntg, March .
"Ed"' Keknp will act .as toastmaster .at
the dinier ih ,,v will begin pro1ptWy -
at 6: 'qsock. Batea otchestra Wil
turni ", tsic for dancig, which will -
follow the speec g.F=-Ww
TRIAL 1 STUDNTN
SU .ON AE POST 4 ED.
The triaj Of the -threl stud4nts tr
rested- in connectoin'with tte leahu

of the Huron clubhas been postponed
until the early part, of nextleek. The
case was to have been' called ibefore
Justice Doty yesterday afternoon, but,
owing to the prior claim of an impor-
tant case on Prosecutor Burke's time,-
he has been unable to hear the trial
of the students.
Grad to Act as Peace Representative.
John P. Finley, one timhe student of
tis .university and graduate of Johis
Hopkin University, has been recent.
ly appointed as special representative
of the U. S. to Constantinople. There

Ash Receptacles are Awarded
Winners of Card
Game.

to

charge this week is: William Hart, '13, ance in this laboratory from the begin-:
Chairman, Charles A. Craws, '14E, niing of last semester until the last,
Francis Findlay, '14L Dexter. Rine- of February when they will go to

hart '13, and S. W. Symonds, '13L.
SCALP AND BLADE DANCE
WITH CABINET -CLUB.
Scalp and Blade, the sectional soci-
ety composed of Buffalo men, and the
Cabinet club,- a- similar organization
for men from Washington, D. C., met
last night at the Union in joint ses-
sion to decide the holding of a com-
bined dance. It was determined to
have the dance April. 1 at Packard

another room and to show their ap-
preciation of Professor Huber's work
will do him this honor. He will enter-
tam them with a few lantern slides
and a short talk.
Arrangements are also being made
to give a dance before spring-vacation,
the date to 'be determined later.
Senior Reception Ckairman Named.
Edward Lazear, president of the
senior engineers has appoited Mor-
tin R: Hunter, chairman of the senior

Nearly fifty people had to be- turned
away from the initial Friday evening
entertainment at the Union last night.
Owing to the shortage of tables caused
by various other functions scheduled'
for last night, many were forced 4to
wait in the card game. To avoid this
trouble on future occasions, more card
tables will be provided. :The number
of members who came out last night
indicates that the affairs will be pop-,
ular.
Berry Ratliff, 13E, is chairman of
the committee which will have charge
of the program each week. The prizes
for the winners of the card games
were awarded to F. M. Boer and J: F.
Leonard. These consisted of ash re--

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