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SOPHS WIN TITLE'
OFF SENIOR LITS
The soph lit quintet played circles
around! the senior Tits to the tune of
38 to 6 last night. This one sided con-
test "tablishes the winner's claim to
the basketball supremacy of the liter-
ary department, and nets the players
their class numerals.
By well organized and accurate
passing, the sophomores contrived to
keep the ball under the senior basket
during the larger share of the game,
Stuart's basket aim was infallible as
the total of 10 field goals, credited to
The roughness which has been a fea-
ture of all the basketball tilts up to
date, was even more evident than be-
fore, and only the firm refereeing of
Hanson kept the game from degener-
ating into a free for all.
The next card on the intet-class
basketball program should bring out
even more of the class fans, to watch
the junior and soph engineers clash
over the leadership of the boiler-mak-
I lug department.
The summaries are as follows:
1914 Lits 191<> Lits
Nicolson .......... R.F. .,...Chapman
Schoeffel.......... R.G. . *.....Marsh,
Doty.... .......L.G. .......Brown
Final score-1915 lits, 38; 1913 lits,
Field goals---Sprint;, 1; Schoeffel, 1;
Stuart, 10; Chapman, 6; Davidson, 2.
Fouls-Spring, 2; Marsh, 1; Brown,
Referee--H an son. Time of halves
In Large Units
The revised constitution of the Mich-
iganlcapter of the Corda-Fratres As-
sociation Cosmopolitan clubs was
adopted at the business meeting fol-
lowing the monthly smoker at the Un-
ion last night.
The new constitution provides con-
ditions under which the club may
work on broader grounds than it has
been. In view of the increase of mem-
bership, it has been found difficult to
transact business without: waste of
time. 'The revised constitution solves
this difficulty by providing a board of
directors which will consist of the
president, two faculty members, four
student members, and two associate
members, who will be elected by the
active members themselves, and whose
duty it is to execute all club affairs.
The constitution also provides that
each member will be entitled to the
possession of an international mem-
bership card and case which will en-
title the holder to all privileges at any
other similar chapter, and also a free
subscription to"The Cosmopolitan Stu-
dent," the official organ of the Associ-
Orders for the club pins must be ac-
companied by the price, and members
who desire the insignia are requested
o put their orders in at once.
Eight new members were elected to
the chapter last evening, bringing the
number to a 100., The committee re-
cently appointed for the membership
campaign reported favorably on Its
progress; and it is expected that it
will bring the membership to 150 be-
Lore the year ends. A special meeting
of the committee will be held at 509"
Liberty street, Wednesday at 7:00
o'clock, when plans for canvassing
will be discussed.
T WO MEN ARE INJURED BY
STREET CAR LAST NIGHT.
Two min, H. McGinnis and J. Grid-
ley, of DeS tor, were badly bruised last
night when a city car struck the bob
sled in which they were riding and
threw them io the earth. The acci-
dent occurred about 9:00- o'clock on
West Hu on -treet. It is said that
they attempted/e cross in front of the
moving car and were not able to get
out of the way in time.
The cite ambulance was immediate-
ly called ;-,nd the men were removed
to the Homeopathic hospital where
their wounds were dressed. It was
found the accident victims were se-
verely injured about the head-and at
a late hour last night their condition
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PROF. BUNKER WILL ARGUE
BEfFORE U. S. SUPREME COURT
Law Professor to Go to Chief Tribunal
During the Mouth of
Prof. Robert E. Bunker of the law
department will represent the plaint-
iffy in error in a Mississippi land case
before the supreme court of the Unit-
ed States some time in April. The
case has been carried to the high trib-
unal from the supreme court of Mis-
sissippi and was filed at Washington
three years ago.
Prof. Bunker represents Michigan
parties and has been connected with
Underclass Lits and Laws Will feet
in Second Round.
Tomorrow night the second session
of the interclass relay contests will
be run off, when the '15 lits meet the
'16 lits and the '14 laws try to outstep
the '15 laws.
The losers of the races tonight will be
eliminated from further races on the
interclass schedule while the winners
will race the other successful foot ar-
No phenomenal time has been made
in the tryouts, but the feature which
insures close competition is the com-
paratively equal times made by the
different quartets, the speed artists
crosing the tape at about the same in-
tervals on the watch.
LIT-SCIENCE HOCKEY ('.A1UE
AAVINDELAYED) BY lWEATHER I
Weather conditions wer such that
the hockey game between the literary
and science teams could not be staged
yesterday as scheduled. This leaves
the scientists still in possession of the
upper berth with the lits a close sec-
If the ice is in shape the game will
be played today at 4:00 o'clock. If the
lits take the big end of the contest it
will put them in first place. This is
the last game that the literary aggre-
gation play this season, while the sci-
ence.men are scheduled for two more
battles, so it looks as if the latter
were destined to carry away the bunt-
WISCONSIN PROFESSOR WILL
LECTURE ON "PHOTO(ARAPHY"
"Color Photography and Its Appli-
cations" will be the subject of a lec-
ture by Prof. J. l3. Matthews, of the
University of Wisconsin, in the amphi-
theater of the chemical build-
ing at 7:30 o'clock this even-'
ing. Mr. Matthews comes to Ann Ar-
bor under the auspices of the Alche-
mists, and his address will be the
same as one which he presented be-
fore the American Chemical society at
a recent meeting.l
Would it Be Worth 25c
To You To
the case since its decision in the su-
Y.S- YOUh-ENTER" CAiS TO preme court of Mississippi. It arose
BI INSTALLED IN ANN ARBOR. in the chancery court of that state and
was appealed to the state supreme
Contrary to a report denying that
dern pay-as-you-enter cars will be
talled in Ann Arbor, comes the an-
ritative statement from Publicity
ent Van Zandt of the Detroit United
es. He says: "The first of these
's is already completed. The pas-
igers board and leave from the front
>r. Before entering the body of the
r from the vestibule each passenger,
>osits his or her own fare in a fare
z, the conductor making the change
en necessary: The conductor is al-
Fhe, first car will enter the service
about two weeks or as soon as the
n can be instructed in the rules
court in about 1902. Although the
case was filed in the high United Stat-
es court three years ago its hearing
has not been arranged until the pres-
The questions involved in the matter
are the impairment of obligation of
contract and the taking away of prop.
erty without due process of law.
The senipr law class, will hold its
third . dinner at the Union Thursday
evening at 6:00 o'clock. J. S. McElory
will act as toastmaster while Prof. J.
P. Rood of the law faculty and Charles
Bowman and Walter Bie, members of
the class will give short talks. The
committee in charge of the dinner and
sale of tickets consists of: A. M. John-
ston, J. E. Brown, E. B.- Laing, H.
Lombard and F. O0.Suoyer.L H
A NOUNCEMENTS FOR SUMMER
SESSION BEING DISTRIBUTED.
In connection with the publication of
100,000 abridged announcements of the
summer school session, it has been
decided to issue 5,000 special an-
nouncements calling special attention
to the department of pharmacy.
Colored cuts and descriptions of the
laboratories and equipment of that de-
partment will comprise a four page in-
sert which will be added to the regu-
lar announcement. Copies will be dis-
tributed among the pharmacies of
Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.
For the purpose of calling attention
to the summer work-of the university,
1,000 posters have been ordered for
distribution to colleges, normal
schools, libraries, and Y. M. C. A.
buildings throughout the state.
A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily on the 25th of Feb-
ruary offering reward for the re-
turn of a valuable pendant. It
cost 25e to insert the advertise-
nent. The pendant has been
found and returned by one of the
CASES LIFE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Daily Want-Ad goes into
nearly every house in Ann Arbor. it is
out for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
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on State Street.
Prof. Glover Explains Bill.
Prof. J. M. Glover appeared 'before
the joint legislative commit.tee on in-
surance, in Lansing Saturday, and ex-
plained the technical details of Senator
Anderson's bill to 11nit the expenses of
life insurance companies with a view
of cutting the size of the premiums.
on So. University Avenue.
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