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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913.

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LLAX OF FESTIVAL IS REACH-
E11 IN WONDERFUL SINGING
AT EVENING
CONCERT.
bhb1manl-einek and School Children
Divide honors at Afternoon
Performance.
The climax of the- May festival was
ached last evening in the magnificent
nging of Signor Pasquale Amato.
>ssessed of a voice of splendid res-
ance and power, a superbly virile
rsonality, and an art that compre-
nds all that is fervid and intense
riotionally, Amato created a verta-
e furore among his audience. He
ng the Pagliacci "Prologue" as it has
rhaps never been sung before, and
sponded to insistent and thunderous
plause with o old favorites, the
argo aPa&cttum" from the "Bar-
Ir eville," and the gorgeous "To-
ador song from Carmen.
In the afternoon concert Mne. Schu-
ann Heink was the soloist and won
>m her hearers that deep response
hich does "not spend itself in enthu-
asn. She gave the great aria from
.amson and Delilah" and the "Trae-
net," Wagner's immortal study for
'ristan," with a beauty that was su-
eme.
The soloists of yesterday's two con-
rts have to divide honors with the
orus of four hundred school chil-
en which sang the national hymn
.d the delightful "Walrus and the
rpenter" in the afternoon. They
ng with fine attack and enunciation,
.d their visible happiness in doing so
read itself over all the audience.
Wd Mr. Stanley as conductor enjoyed
just as much as the children and the
dience.
Again the orchestra and Frederick
ock distinguished themselves for the
.esse and dignity of their perform-
ce. The suites of Elgar and Mac-
Dwell were .specially beautiful, and
e "Tannhaeuser" overture at the
>se of last evening's concert was
tly played.
The program4 of the concert this ev-
ing will be entirely devoted to Wag-
r. The soloists will be Mmes. Rap-
dd and Wirthlin, Lambert Murphy,
illiam Hinshaw, Frederick Munson,
d Henri Scott.
AW"IS ADOPT LOAN.
UND AS MEMORIAL
A memnorial loan fund of $200 was
opted yesterday by the senior law
as s its gift to the legal depart-
unt, instead of the presentation of a
culty painting as has heretofore
en the custom. With the adoption
the loan fund a time honored cus-
m will be broken and a precedent
rmed-
The loan will be open to all law
udents and to seniors especially. The
ard of regents will act as trustees
r the sum and will loan it out upon
e recommendation of the law facul-
A. ;.v student, who is in need, may
ply for this loan and upon the sanc-
)4 of tie faculty members will re-
lve ths money which is to be repaid
th interest at later date.

Time-9:30.
Place-South Ferry field.
General Chairman-W. S. Hop-
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Referee-George F. Patterson.
Assistant referees-Carroll Haff
and Joseph Bell,
Timekeepers -Clement Quinn,,
George C. Thompson and Otto
C. Carpell.
Officials-Bell, Dickenson, Cool-
idge, Lippincott, Schroeder,
Grismore, Van Dyke, Saier,
Wood, Hancock, Kelliher,
Stouffer, Strickland, Reinhart,,
Wilson, Spinning, Cyril Quinn,
Mayall, McCoy, Woleslagel,
Hopkin, Drury,Fletcher,Trum,
Lawrence. Pennell, Gould,-
Gibbs, Barringer, Kohler,
Brown, Paterson, Hulbert,My-
ers and Bensley.
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SOPHS PULL 2 FRESH TEAMS
IN RIVER; LOSE LAST MATCH
With the banks lined for about two the north bank to pull their oppon-
blocks with feminine spectators, ama- tnts into the river.
tour photographers, and irrepressible In the heavy weight contest, the
small boys who persisted in falling sophomores with a team of but 52 men
out of trees, the sophomores annexed were pulled over the muddy ,bank in
two points of the spring contests yes- one minute, 56 seconds.
terday afternoon by pulling the fresh-, After the contests both classes in-
men light and middleweight teams in- dulged in considerable ducking. A
to the chilly Huron. The hoodoo of fierce battle was waged on the south
the unlucky south bank was broken bank for 15 minutes after the last con-
by the 1915 light weight team which de test and all suspicious looling individ-
feated the first year men in a record uals were indiscriminately soused.
breaking battle lasting one hour, 2 The score of the contests is now two
minutes, and 30 seconds. to one in favor of the sophomores.
At 4:20 referee "Bubbles" Patterson Each relay and the pushball will count
fired the signal for the light weight one point, making a total of seven
struggle. The flag was gradually pull- points to be won.
ed to the sophomore side of the stream Relay try-outs at south Ferry field
until within about a rod of the bank. yesterday afternoon were successful,
The freshmen then held ground and the necessary number of men turning
both teams were ordered to pull stead- out for the sophomores. All who have
ily with no intermittent rests. After tried for either teams will meet at the
about 20 minutes of this, the freshmen club house on Ferry field at 8:30
pulled the flag back a few feet. At the I o'clock this morning. The personnel of
end of an hour the mud smeared toil- the teams will be announced then, and
ers were ordered to stand up, and in the men who are picked will go
less than two minutes the freshmen through a short practice.
were scrambling up to their waists in ! Push ball teams will march to Fer-
the Huron. ry field in a body. Both teams will
Middle weight contestants were also meet at 8:30, the freshmen around the
ordered to stand up and it took a flat' flag pole near the library, and the,

MEN N OMrlN A TED) FOR IFICII-
].IGANIUNION FIt'ICE2.
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Selden S. Dickenson, '13-'15L.
Louis F'. Haller, '11-'14L.
Maurice C. Myers, '11-'13L.
Vice-President-Lit Dept.
Cyril Quinn, '14, Robert Stur-
tevant, '14, Charles Webber, '14.
Vice-Pres.-Engineering Dept.
Charles A. Crowe, '14E,George
B. Duffield, '14[+, Albert Fletcher,.
'14E.
Vice-Pres'-LawDept.
Frank Murphy, '12-'14[, Mau-
rice Toulme, '12-'14L.
Vice-Pres.-Medic Dept.,
Carl Eberbach, '16M, Maurice
Lohman, '15M.
Vice-Pres.-Combined Dept.
S. Spencer Scott, '14P.
Recording Secretary
Fred Gould, '14, Edwin Thurs-
ton, '13-'15L.
Faculty Adisers.
H. M. Bates, H.C. Adams, Reu-
ben Peterson.
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ENGINEERING

CHOOSE UNION
OFFICERS FOR.931TOA

JANSEN WILL

RUN AGAINST

SHOW DRAWS
HUGECROWD
1)Et X AION OF CONDUCTORS AND
CLEVELAND CIVIC ASSOC.
ATTEND STUDENT
EXHIBIT.
Automatic Register Shows 11,000 Vis-
itors for Both Days; 3,000
Yesterday.
The initial exhibit of the engineer-
ing, architecture and forestry depart-
ments again proved to be a successful
drawing card yesterday by attracting
the interest of over 3,000 visitors. The
total number registered on the auto-
matic recorder at the door of the en-
gineeting arch, was considrable over
10,000, which added to the number en-
tering other doors would give a total
of about 11,000 for the two days.
The visiting delegations of 1,000
conductors from the Detroit conven-
tion and the 50 members of the Cleve-
land Civic association spent several
hours in the three exhibit buildings,
and all expressed themselves as aston-
ished and delighted at the magnitude
of the exposition and the variety of the
displays. Most of the visitors declar-
ed that they previously had no idea
that the engineering department had
such a complete equipment for the
studying of engineering problems.
"The remarkable thing of the exhi-
bition" said Dean M. E. Cooley, "is
that the faculty did not have a single
thing to do with it. The whole show
was conceived, organized and materi-
alized by students, and the only thing
the faculty did was to give a sugges-
tion or two. I didn't see anything of
the displays until I made the roundls,
and to say I was surprised at what I
saw, would be putting it mildly."
The success of the show insures an-
other gne next year, probably even on
a larger scale. Definite action has not
been taken as yet, for it will have to
be passed upon by the faculty before
final decision can be made.
The only features of the show which
will be on display today will be a few
of the stationary exhibits, such 'as the
architecture and forestry displays.,
32 SCHOOLS ENTER
TEAMS IN BIG MEET

POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:30
UNTIL 2:00 IN ONE OF
DINING ROOMS.
Members of Faculty and Alu mi May
Vote, But No Proxies Will
be Allowed.
Next year's officers for the Michigan
Union will be elected today. The poll-
ing place will be in one of the Union
dining rooms, and the polls will be
open from 8:30 to 2:00 o'clock.
Last spring only 209 members of
the Union took advantage of the op-
portunity to ballot, but the increased
membership of that organization this
year is expected to result in much
more lively interest. Edmund Chaffee,
'13L, has been appointed by Presi-
dent Kemp, of the Union, as chairman
of the election committee.
Members of the faculty and alumni
who have signed the enrollment book
at the Union previous to the second
Saturday in April will, according to
the constitution, be allowed to vote.
Balloting by proxy will not be allowed.
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into four quarters of five min- *
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* event to be awarded to each *
* team pushing ball over oppon- *
ent's goal. At end of contest *
* one point given to team having *
* ball in opponent's territory. *
* 5. Three shots to be fired *
* when goal is scored. *
* 6. In case of contestant fall- *
* ing down, men surrounding to *
* raise right hands,. whereupon *
* referee shall fire one shot. Side *
* violating this requirement to be *
* penalized at discretion of refer- *
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* 7. All contestants must weir *
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three minutes for the sophomores on sophomores in front of Tappan hall.
ENTRIES OPEN FOR VARSITY LEAVES TO
BOAT CLUBREGATTAIPLAY MAEC, TODAY
List of Events Includes Canooe and Nineteen Men Will Make the Trip,
Swimming Races, Diving and and Melcalfi May Be Given
Tilting Contests. Trial in tle Box.
PLAN PORT A(1ES AROUN )D I DAMS. FAI115ERS ARE REPORTE ) WEAK .
Plans for the Michigan Union Boat Michigan's Varsity baseball team
club regatta to be held on Barton takes a little jaunt to Lansing this
pond Saturday, May 31, are rapidly as- morning where they will engage Mack-
suming definite shape and entries for
the different events may be made at 'in's M. A. C. pets on the diamond
the Union desk on payment of the this afternoon.
entrance fee of 25 cents. Nineteen players are scheduled to
The list of events to be held are leave with the Varsity, as Rickey does
single and double canoe races for men, not want to use his full strength
doubles for women, mixed doubles,
and an obstacle race, where two men against the Farmers, and it is high-
with one cushion in the boat, upset iy possible that he will put in some
and right the canoe before the end of substitutes if the game breaks 'in
the race. Canoe tilting contests, short Michigan's favor. Rickey wants Cap-
and long distance swimming races,div- tain Bell, Sheehy and others who have
ing contests for form and distance, and been slightly injured to be at their
a "duck diving" race, complete the best during the eastern trip that com-
program. mences Monday, and so the large list
Tents will be provided for those con of players, comprising nearly every
peting in the races, the course will member of the squad, is taken to Lan-
be staked out by means of buoys, and sing,
a diving platform will be constructed. Who Michigan's choice will be to
Prizes for first and second places will occupy the hurling hill is a question,
be awarded for each contest, and the but it is thought that Metcalf may be
decisions will be given by competent given a chance, providing the Aggies
judges. do not appear too strong. Just at
A portage will be constructed at the present the M. A. C. team appears to
old pulp mill dam, and plans are un- be a trifie weak with Bibbins, the star
der way to furnish a more satisfac- receiver out of the lineup, and Dodge,
tory portage over the Barton dam. star pitcher, nursing a sore arm. With
Both of these undertakings will be reports from Lansing stating that La
completed before the time of the re- Fever, a freshman will do the mound
gatta and will enable the canoeists to work against the Wolverines, it seems
get up the river more easily. that Michigan has nothing to fear, and
-' _it is therefore likely that Metcalf will
FACULTY GARGOYLE, EI)ITEI) be given a trial, If he is not chosen,
BY PROF. PLU'CKE3I, APPEARS Quaintance or possibly Baribeau will
do the work,
"Coming in Touch With the Faculty" The players who will go to Lansing
is the title of the cover page Faculty are Captain Bell, Webber, Baier, Saler,
come-back number of the Gargoyle Sisler, Quaintance, Baribeau, Duncan-
which was put on sale yesterday. it son, Pontius, Baker, Hughitt, Mc-
represents an aged but agile profes- Queen, Cory, Sheehy, Stewart, Kyser,
sor huriedly pushing a. baby buggy Davidson, Metcalf, and Howard. In
across the street, aided by a racing addition Coach Rickey and Manager
automobile guided by two students, Ford will make the trip.
The number was edited by Prof. The team returns Saturday evening,
Pluckem, Managing Editor, Prof. Con- and will leave Sunday evening for
nem, Humor Editor, and Dr. Draw Syracuse where Michigan opens a two
(and Quarter) Em, Art Editor. days' engagement on Monday.

SYRA C U S EM EN
QUARTERl-MhLER ABLE TO ENfR
MEET; ALLOWS IlAFF
TO COMPETE'
IN 880.
Nethodist Team Strong in Dashes and,
hlIr d les; Looks Like Maize and
Blue Victory.
Michigan's chances to outpoint the
Syracuse track aggregation at Ferry
field today look favorable as Haim-
baugh will run in the two mile and
Jansen will take part in the quar-
ter, leaving Captain Haff to enter the
half mile. Kohler, although nursing
a bad heel, will have charge of the
weight events.
The list of entires from the Syracuse
camp contains the names of only five
veterans, Robertson, Kortright,Thomp-
son, Street, and Taylor. The absence
of Reidpath's name adds much to the
chances of the Wolverines to land the
long end of the score, for the quarter
miler has been a sure point winner
against Michigan in the past.
If dope can be counted upon, Mich-
igan will be victorious as the Metho-
dists were defeated on the indoor
track by the one sided score of 55 1-2
to 21 1-2. But the easterners are
strong in the dashes and Robertson
will give Seward and Bond a hard
race in the hundred, and Kortright
will be a difficult man for Craig to
pass in the hurdles. Street in the
weight events, although he has always
been outdistanced by Kohler, may
offer some keen competition to the big
Wolverine heaver,, whose injury will
no doubt keep him from reaching his
accustomed marks.
The two twenty yard dash will be
an especially strong race, for Robert-
son of Syracuse has been making fast
time in this event and Bond will no
doubt have some trouble in winning.
The result of the pole vault is hard to
predict as Cook and Daskam have been
clearing the bar at eleven feet and
over and the Methodist's entries in this
event have not reached a much higher
mark.
J. A. Collins from D. A. C. will act
as referee and starter for the meet,
and Ralph Craig will be among the
five field judges who will be present.

Track teams from 2 prep schools,
varying in numbers from one member
to 14, will participate in Michigan's
Interscholastic track and field meet
According to the entry list announced
by Manager Carpenter, the meet will
be the largest in point of number of
schools, of any ever held-by Michigan.
Two teams will send only one man
to compete in the various events, Che-
boygan and Kalamazoo. The largest
number of men entered by any one
team is 25, entered by Lansing high
school. Four Chicago schools will
take part in the meet, Evanston, Lake
View, Lewis Institute and New Trier.
The entry list follows:
Adrian 5; Alma 14; Alpena 12; Ann
Arbor 13; Bay City Eastern 6; Caro
5; Cheboygan 1; Chelsea 7; Chicago-
Evanston (Academy) 7;Chicago-Lake
View 3; Chicago-Lewis Institute 11;
Chicago-New Trier 2; Croswell 3;
Detroit Eastern 11; Detroit University
School 8; Grand Rapids Central 9;
Hillsdale 12; Ionia 4; Jackson 11;Kal-
amazoo 1; Lansing 25; Muskegon 10;
Oak Harbor, Ohio, 1; Pinckney 2;
Plymouth 5; Richmond 1; Saginaw
Eastern 9; Toledo Central 13; Wayne
12; West Branch 7; Ypsilanti Normal
High 3; Ypsilanti High 11.

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