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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1913.

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Loose elding Feature
Orangemen and Var-
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ime, 10-8.
OES IRON MAN
1D REPENTS ON'SLAB
Face Cornlell Today 4ind
o Be Saved For

Nominations for Women's
League Officials. Election,
Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
Barbour gymnasium and gen-.
eral library.
P-resident-Louise Conklin,
Irene Bigalke, Isabelle. Rizer;
Vice-President-Julia Anderson,
Dorothy Moran,, Laura Leige;
Treasurer -I Honora Fogerty,
Frances Green; Recording Sec-
retary -- Beatrice Lambrecht,
Mary Lewis;Corresponding Sec-
retary--Margaret Foote, Marga-
ret Hoag, Grace Marquedant;
Membership Chairman-Julia
Henning, Katherine Wenley; So-
cial Chairman-Florence Hax-
ton, Clara Roe; Housekeeper-
Marguerite Denfeld, Judith
Ginsburg.
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MUSICAL CLUBS
TO APPEAR- IN
JOINT CONCERT
Girls' Glee Club and Michigan Glee
and Mandolin (Iubs to (xive
Harmony Feast Next
Week in U. Hall.,
SPECIAL FEA TURE TO 31AKE
PROGRAM BREEZY AND SNAPPY

BIG

REUNION

NI ANN ARBOR
Twenty Classes to Aeet here 1uring
Com iencenent and Wide Variety
of Entertainment Will Be
Featured.

ALUMNI PLAN

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Candidates for the 1913-14 board
in control of publications.
Election, Thurs., May 22, 2:00
to 5:00 p. m., in University
hall corridors.

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Carl W. Eberbach, '12-'15M.
James E. Hancock, '13E..
Edward G. Kemp, '12-'14L.
Frank W. Murphy, '14L.
Rowland W. Fixel, '12-'14L.
Charles A. Crowe, '14E
Carl G. Schoeffel, '13-'15L,
Edwin R. Thurston, '13-'15L.
Harold Abbott, '13.
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YEAR BOOK

GO ON SALE
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Remainder of Edit
This Morning;
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Affair Will Be Last of Season
Both Clubs; Tickets on Sale
For 25 Cents.

For I Official

Badges and Hand Books Will
Be Distributed Among.
Graduates.

Dixie club will dance at the Pack- In
ard street academy on Saturday. Tick-
ets sell for $1.00.

Addition to Class
Celebrities Are T
Properly I

Neial to The Michigan Daily.)
WCUSE, N. Y., May 20.-The
ines took the second contest
yracuse today in a free slug-
nd loose fielding contest and
.trated that the Orangemen are
lass below as far as baseball
ack are concerned. Michigan
)e Silva early in th~e game when
)port- was particularly wobbly
hered enough russ to hold the
ers safe until the finish.
y surprised the fans by send-
'ibeau back after pitching a full
esterday and the doctor deceiv-
rves full credit for pitching a
tme; the scoring of the Orange-
ing due in tho main to Michi-
rratic fielding. Baribeau work-
t innings and although his con-
s a little bad at times his work
autiful for the two days work
done in the box. Quaintance
the last inning and stopped
nce of a ninth frame rally. DC,
orked for Syracuse and pitch-
od game, keeping his hits and
,nsportation well scattered but
serable support put him in
-d holes and he was lucky to es-

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Although the Wolverines gathered
more misplays than the hone letters,
they did not come at such pinch tim-
es and were scattered over the entire
game while the Syracuse infielders
had a bad habit of blowing up at crit-
ical times. In fact the runs of both
teams were due more to errors than to
hits and it is doubtful if any runs were
really earned. MeQucen, Bell, and
Corey, led the Michigan team in slug-
ging while practically every man scor-
ed a run. McQueen has been hitting at
a terrific rate and has amassed six
hits out of seven times up for the two
games.
The team will play at Cornell Wed-
nesday and Quaintance will start, Sis-
ler being saved for Princeton on
Thursday. The condition of the crip-
ples on the squad is somewhat im-,
proved but the team is far from beingt
in tip top shape. Today's score is: i

CREW RACES TO BE
HE LDAT REATTA
letroit Boat Club Will Loan Shells
For Exhibition to be Held
on B R'rto Pond.
SCULL 13A'CIL TO BE 1FEATURE
Michigan students may-have an op-
portufilty to 'view a real boat race be-
tween experienced oarsmen during
the Boat club regatta to be held on
the Baton pond May 28.
The officials of the club are negoti-
ating with the Detroit boat club for
the loan of two single racing shells for
the affair, and two members of the uni-
versity who have rowed on the Detroit
crews have given assurances that they
will man the shells. '
No difficulty is expected to be en-
countered in getting the shells
for the regatta, as the Detroit organi-
zation, previous to the formation of
the local club offered the use of its
shells, and unless they have a -race
scheduled for the date of the carnival,
will-not ref~se the request of the boat
club.
There are several men in school,
who have rowed on the Detroit Boat
club crews, and two of 'these have
promised togive an exhibition of sin-
gle scull racing as one of-the attrac-
tions of the regatta. This w;ill mean
that the university will have the first
chance to realize the possibilities of
a varsity crew here. While of course,
the lake above the dam is not' long
enough for a full race, the exhibition
contest will be for a distance of at
least a mile.
Seventeen Nurses to Graduate Tonight
Th e annual commencement exercis-
es of the University Training School
for Nurses will be held tonight. Pres-
ident fl. B. -utchins and Dr. Udo J.
Wile, of the medical faculty, will deliv-
er the addresses.
Those who will receive diplomas
are: Mrs. Ina Avery, Kalamazoo;
Misses Ethel Neelands, Ann Arbor;
Marjory Cole, Paw Paw; Ella Men-
hennet, Negaunee; Dorothy Pitts,
Owosso; Anna Church, Olivet; Louise
Lindeberg, Miles City, Mont.; Elsa
Svoboda, Ludington; Hazel Buchan-
an, Albion; Ada Mains, Olivet; Isa-
bella Flowwelling, Cummock, Ont.;
Irene Harris Clarkson, Lucile Butler,
Paw Paw; Cleo Ford, Cairo; Vera
Scholl, Cass City; Blossom Kock, Mar-
shall and Nora Siebert, Dashwood,
Ont.
Michigan ....2 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0-10
Sy racuse .......3 0 2 0 1 2. 000-.s
Summaries: Sacrifice hits--Giles,
Musk #2, Sisler, Webber; stolen bases-
Newhart, Foley, Bell, McQueen, Sis-
ler, Baribeau; double plays-McQueen
to- Baker to howard; base on balls-
off Baribeau 6, off De Silva 6, off
Quaintance 1;' tune-2:40; umpire-
1 loagland,

Harmony and features in profusion
will mark the combined popular con-'
cert of the Michigan Glee and Man-
dolin club andethe Girls' Glee club, to
be held next Wednesday evening in
University Ball. The affair will be the
last of the season for both clubs, and
especial effort is being made to boost
the attetlanee figures even higher
than those of the last home concert of
the men's club, just before that organ-
ization left for the Pacific Coast, when
1,600 persons heard the harmony ex-
perts give a popular concert in Uni-
versity Hall.
All of the stunts and features intro-
duced on the long western trip of the
men's club will be repeated, and the'
girls' organization will also offer a
number of new selections. The pro-
gram is being arranged with attention
to breeziness and. vim, and those in
charge promise that there will not be
a solemn minute in the affair.
Tickets for the concert have been
placed on sale at the State street book
stores, and admission cards will also
be sold at the box office in University
hall preceding the concert. The price
of admission will be 25 cents.

Preparations for the big get-togeth-
er of Michigan men, Alumni Day, June
25, are already being made by the sec-
retaries of the twenty classes that have
decided to return this commencement
to their Alma Mater. There will be
vaudeville performances, -banquets and
baseball games, and various tours of
inspection through the hospitals and
new buildings which have been erect-
ed since the "halcyon days of the old
grad." Headquarters for the literary
classes have already been arranged
for in Memorial hall or in Tappan'
hall, while the professional graduates
will meet each other in their own de-
partment buildings.
All returning alumni are urged to
do one thing first, and that is to sign
the big book in the offices of the Alum-
ni association. After this official reg-
istration badges will be given bearing
the class numerals, and hand books
of information are to be distributed, in
which specific details can be found
concerning the events of the week.
Dr. J. B. Steere will entertain the
lits of '63 at his home. He will keep
open house all day with a luncheon at
1:00 o'clock and a class supper in the
evening.
Grads of '88 will gather in the lec-
ture room of Memorial hall. Banquet,
sightseeing, special stunt, and class
memorial committees have been ap-
pointed. During the week a public
session of the class will be held in
which the subject of social service 'will
be discussed.
Members of the '03 literary and en-
gineering classes will appear some
time during the day in costumes. Af-
ter a challenge from the '03 laws the
(Continued on page 4.)
TENNIS TEAM WINSQ
FROM GEORGETOWN
(Speoia to The ielgan Daily.)'
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 20.-
Michigan's tennis team scored anoth-
er big victory' today when they con-

Athletic Contests and Class
Feature Annual Field
on Palmer Field.

D)ances to
Day

Three Societies to Mance Together.'
For the first time in their history,
the Deutscher Verein, the Cercle Fran-
cais, and the Comedy club, will join in
a "Triangle Dance" at the Country
club, Wednesday, May 28. The mem-
bers of the organizations are desirous
of promoting the sociability of the cam-
pus thespians, and in all probability,;
this party will be made an annual af-
fair.
Tickets will sell at $1.50 and can be
procured from any of the secretaries
of the respective clubs. Chaperones of
the party will be announced later.
'16 MEN URGED TO
WEAR FRESH CAPS
Student councilmen discussed the
wearing of freshman caps at the reg-
ular meeting last night. With but a
day remaining before the passing of
freshmen into sophomoredom it was
considered particularly fitting that the
first-year men make use of their last
opportunity to wear the grey head
pieces. The matter will be urged at
FI,- n~cixioo~inr neenm i hi mn -

TENNIS FINALS TO BE PLAYED,
Annual field day for women will be
held on Palmer field Saturday, begin-
ning with the semi-final tennis match-
es at 1:30 o'clockg and closing with the
class dances in the evening. Inter-
class hockey, archery contests and a
basket supper on the slope of Palmer
hill have been arranged, as interme-
diate attractions.
One woman from each class, chosen
by preliminaries this week, will clash
in the tennis semi - finals at
1:30 o'clock. The archery con-
tests,, open to all women
will be held at 3:00 o'clock. This will
include distance shooting and special
features in hitting the target at af
angle. The final tennis match for the
campus championship will be playerd
at 3:45. The grassy slope of the hill
will be utilized for the last League
spread of the year, a basket lunch
Meing served here at 6:30 o'clock.
Immediately following the lunch the
class dances will start with the cal
and gown parade of the seniors. Witt.
75 women in line they will form the
block "M" and their class numerals.
The freshmen are to present a specia.
feature in the shepherd dance, 40 o:
the class taking part. The junior clast
will offer the Reigen dance, an outdoor
favorite. The sophomore women will
present the annual May Pole dance,
three poles being used at the same
time.
INTERSCHOLASTIC VISITORS
TO BE ENTERTAiNED AT UNION
Interscholastic visitors will be en-
tertained at the Michigan Union at a
dinner Saturday at 6:00 o'clock. The
dinner will be open to all Union mem-
bers but with the awarding of the med-
als and cups it is planned especially
for the entertainment of the visiting
competitors. The regular membershil:
dinner is. postponed to June 5.
"Steve" Farrell, "Doc" May, "Hap'
Haff, and point winners of the meet
will give toasts. Music will be fur-
nished by the university, mandolin
club.

WOMEN WILL HOLD
GAMES SAIURDAY

The 1913 Michiganensian wil
sale at the usual campus sta
noon today. One third of the
edition was received yesterdiay
express,'and the remaining 800
will arrive from Chikago this mi
In past years, the,,ist hour's s
eraged 800 books, and because
additional features in the annu
year,. it is probable that the ent
tion will be sold out before eve
One of the most interesting
many features in the annual,
complete index of every student
name' appears in the book. Fol
the name of each student, are ti
es on which that name appears
index includes about 3,000
which is three fifths of the ent
rollment of the University, and
that approximately 2,000 stude.
in no way interested in campus
In addition to the various
class histories, is an interesting
lation of class celebrities. The
tistics were carefully compiled
board of editors from tie nd
votes of each senior. Georgia Ma
was voted as the most beautifL
Elaine Shields, '13, as the jollie
Mercedes de Goenaga as the mo
ular. Handsome men, class at
hard working students, and "fi
are 'discussed in detail.

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Of the many
Haimbaugh win

applauded the lanky distance man
when he covered the long run in ten
minutes, few realized the brave fight
he was putting up -in even entering the
race. In fact it was not until yester.
day that the real circumstances o:
the race were known and then a few
got a new idea of track athletics.
The X-ray picture of his injured leg
taken yesterday, disclosed the fact tha
he ran Saturday with 'a broken leg. O
course he will not be able to run
again and his injury will mean a fur
ther diminution in Michigan's chance
at the intercollegiates, .
According to the attending physi
cians, Haimbaugh either broke a small
oone in his ankle at the Cornell meet
or partially fractured it then and com
pleted the damage some time during
Ehe race Saturday.

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the~ eniginieering ata iy IikLmorn- the sixth events, Wilson of Michigan
ing and will be agitated at all other
freshman gatherings .before the annu- losing to MeLlean, but the Wolverines
al celebration. took every other event and won the
With more than 1,000 first year men doubles. in a walk, the local players
on the campus the councilmen believe offering practically~ no opposition. The
that but a small majority of the 1916 final score was five to one for Mich-
men are wearing their gray caps. Dur- igan.
ing the week preceding "move-up day" Summaries:
last year., there was a marked sale of Singles-Andrews, Mich., beat Boyle,
caps at local haberdasheries. Georgetown, 6-1, 4--6,, 8-6; McClean,
t__Co r gew1cn, beat Wilson, Mich., --4,
There will be a rehearsal of the en- 6-4; 1 lal, Mich:, beat Graham,George-
ire cast at the Union tonight at 7:00 town, 6--2, 6--2; Reindell Mich., beat
o'clock and everybody who is to make 'Devlin, Georgetown, 6--1, 6-0.
the trip should be there. President Doubles-Reindell and Wilson,Mich-
H. B. Hutchins will address the men igan, beat McClean and Boyle, George-
immediately before the rehearsal. The town, 6--4, 6--2; Andrews and Hall,
list of the 105 people who will make Michigan, beat Graham and Cronin,
the trip is posted in the Union. Georgetown, 6-3, 6-0.

TQ VOTE - FOR MEMBE
PUBLICATIONS BOARD

An interscholastic dance at the A;-'
mory will be given in place of the reg- All students of the university a
ular membership party at the Union. entitled to vote at the election of thr
student members of the. 1913-'14 boa
DEUTSCHER VEREIN TO ELECT of control of student publications
1913='14 OFFICERS rONIGHT. be held tomorrow from 2:00 to 5:
p. in. in the corridors of Universi
Officers for 1913-'14 will be elected hall. The men chosen tomorrow
by the Deutscher Verein at its last' conjunction with the four facul
meeting of the year tonight at 8:00 members of-the board have the supe
o'clock. No preliminary nominations vision of all campus publications,ove
will be held. seeing the financial side and appointi:
A report of the play committee will the managers of The Michigan Dai
be presented, at ' this time and other the Wolverine, the Gargoyle and oth
routine business will be transacted. publications.

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