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Michigan

laily

ONLY MORNING PAPER IN
ANN ARBOR

I , No. 166. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913.

PRICE FIVE CEN

MICHIGAiUAS ADD NEW BRAVES.
AD IE BAES'FROSH WILL BURN
Twelve Juniors Stalked Down by Hon.
or Tribe Last Night. OF BONDAGE
For the send a nd laIst time the SIGN

TENNIS MEN WIN
MATCH FROM NAVY
Champion Jackie Team Ott Annapolis
Loses to Michigan by
4 to 2 Score.

Annual Cap Night Celebration Will
Held Tomorrow Night in
Sleepy Hollow.

BeI

COMMITEE ANNOUNCES PROGRAM fREINDELL FEATURES TOURNEY.1

g Freshmen will pass into sophomore
dom tomorrow night at the most spec
e tacular of Michigan traditions. Th
s cap night celebration will not only b
, observed as a freshman affair but a
4 a "Moving-up day" for all classes. Th
plans are in general the same as las
t year including the march from the
campus to Sleepy Hollow lighted by
an abundance of red fire. The Varsity
band will probably not organize for
s the occasion, but music will be fur-
e nished by the University mandolin
t club.
Harold S. Hulbert, '14M, will pre-
side as master of ceremonies. Prof.
David Friday will speak on "What We
Expect of a Sophomore" and Prof. G.
W. Patterson, of the engineering de-
partment, will talk on "Michigan Tra-
ditions," W. C. Trible, '13, will talk on
"Looking Forward," and Burke Shar-
tel, '13L, will summarize the Confer-
ence situation. J. H. Van Auken, '13L,
will discuss "The Michigan Union."
Lloyd M. Otis, '13M, will go through
the yell motions.
At a meeting of the committee of
27 sophomores at the Michigan Union
last night, the men were given direc-
tions in regard to gathering fuel for
the bon-fire. A campaign has been
conducted for the last two weeks
among local merchants and more ig-
nitable material has been collected
than for any previous celebration.
There was a marked sale of gray
caps among State street haberdashers
yesterday. Student councilmen urge
all freshmen to wear the class cap
during the last two days.
SOPH ENGINEERS
WIN SEMI-FINALS
By grabbing a 7 to 1 victory from the
frsh medics, the soph engineers plac-
ed themselves on a par with the junior
laws for the campus baseball cham-
pionship. The game from the first was
a walkaway for the boilermakers.
Ietcalf twirling for the engineers,
had little trouble in baffling the bats-
men. Hadden, who worked in the final
inning, was also effective and the med-
ics went down to defeat with only one
lone tally chalked up for them. Gail-
braith pitched good ball for the los-
ers but was given ragged support by
his teammates.
The weather permitting, the final
game of the series will be staged on
the Varsity diamond Friday afternoon
at 4:05 o'clock. The junior laws and
the soph engineers both have strong
aggregations and with two box artists
like Metcalf and Spencer working
against each other, the contest is sure
to be a fight to the finish. Both nines
are hard hitting teams as well as tight
fielders, the laws having played two
errorless games and the engineers
have made few slips during the season.
ETHEL MINNORD, INJURED
BY CAR, SUFFERS RELAPSE.

(Special to The Michigan Daily.)
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 21.-Michi-
e
e gan took the measure of the Navy team
s here today in the tennis tournament
e and handed the sailors the first defeat
t they have encountered this year. The
Navy team has defeated the best teams
in the east and Michigan's victory to-
day was entirely unlooked for. The
r playing of Reindell was spectacular
and featured the tournament. The
final score was 4 to 2.
Summaries:
Singles-Reindell, Mich., beat Parm-
lee, Navy, 6-1, 6-0; Godfrey, Navy,
beat Andrews, Mich., 6-4, 6-3; Wil-
son, Mich., beat Hoppsam, Navy, 7--5,
7-9, 6-0; Hall Mich., beat Watter,
Navy, 6-3, 7-5.
Doubles-Wilson and Rendell,Mich.,
beat Parmalee and Godfrey,Navy., 7-5,
6-4; Hoppsam and Waters, Navy,
beat Andrews and Hall, Mich., 0-,
6-1, 7-5.
JUNIORS COMMENCE WORK ON
FRESHMAN ADVISORY SYSTEM
The committee of the junior class
appointed to consider the freshman
advisory system for next year, has
made known its findings. All juniors
interested in the advisory system are
asked to send their names by postal
card to Carl Hoch, 522 S. State St., by
the end of this week. The list of ad-
visors for this fall will be closed June'
1. The other members of the commit-
tee are: Cyril Quinn, Howard L. Whea-
ton, J. E. Bond, and B. A. Bartlett.
ORATORICAL BOARD{
NAMESNO INEESf
The oratorical board, at a meeting1
last night, nominated officers for the4
ensuing year and issued a financial re-
port for the season 1912-'13.
The annual election of officers will
be held Saturday, between 10:00 and
12:30 o'clock in the corridor of Uni-
versity hall. Oratorical tickets must
be presented to vote. The nomineesb
are: president, R. W. Fixel, '12-'14L;o
B. T. Jonkman, '14L, and L. S. Hulbert,
'14L; vice-president, L. G. Dunten, '14,e
H. G. Gault, '15; secretary, J. J. Prim-
rose, '13, H. D. Parker, '15; treasurer,b
J. E. Henton, '13, H. G. Tait, '15. n
Besides paying all expenses incurreda
during the session, the association hasq
been able to clear up its indebtednessc
of the two preceding years, amountingb
to $200.e
The oratorical association enjoyedv
the most prosperous year in its his-o
tory, the membership reaching 800.a
This exceeds the combined member-
ship of the S. L. A. and the associa-a
tion of last year by 200.4
WVOOLSACK MEMBERS HOLD
SEMI-ANNUAL INITIATION C

TO - ELECT PUBLICATION BOARD.
Student Body Will Choose New Mem
bers This Afternoon.
Three men will be elected this af-
ternoon by the student body from a
field of nine, to seats on the 1913-'14
board in control of student publica-
tions, the polls in University hall open-
ing at 2:00 o'clock and closing at 5:00
o'clock. The election will be in charge
of the present editors of the campus
publications.
The successful candidates will rep-
resent the student body during the
coming year on a board which has in
charge the supervision ofall the offi-
cial campus publications. The pres-
ent student constituency of the publi-
cation board is made up of Abner Dil-
ley, '13L Claire Hughes, '12-'14L, and
Carl Eberbach, '12-'15M. The list of
candidates for the next year's board
includes Carl Eberbach, James E.Han-
cock, '13E, Edward Kemp, '12-'14L,
Frank W. Murphy, '14L Rowland Fix-
el, '12-'14L, Charles Crowe, '14E, Carl
G. Schoeffel, '13-'15L, Edwin Thurs-
ton, '13-'15L, Edwin Thurston, '13-'15L,
and Harold Abbott, '13.
EIGHT COUNCILMEN
NAMEDYESTERDAY
Four Classes Elect Representatives;
Three Classes to Vote This
Afternoon.
J PHARMICS TO BALLOT LATER.
New counilmen were elected by
four classes at meetings held yester-
day.
Junior lits elected H. Beach Carpen-
ter,, Paul Blanshard, and Waldo Fel-
lows to serve in the council for next
year. A. T. Ricketts and Kenneth Bax-
ter were chosen by the soph engineers
while Guy G. Alway was elected by
the junior homeops. In the junior
dent, F. C. Daniels was elected for the
long term whileGC. W. Farley was pick-
ed for the short term.
The schedule of election meetings
for the remaining classes today is as
follows: soph lits at 4:15 p. i., Tap-
pan hall; junior laws at 4:00 p. m.,
room D law building; first year laws
4:00 to 5:00 p. in., room B law build-
ing. The junior pharmic election has
not yet been arranged.
PROPOSED HONOR SYSTEMS
AGAIN DISCUSSED BY LAWS.
Freshman and junior sections in the]
law department were yesterday thrown
open for discussion on the honor sys-
tem, when printed plans of the 'out-
line, recently adopted by the board of
class presidents, were distributed.
The outline was printed by the com-
bined committees in the law depart-
ment, and contained two possible
amendments. One referred to a re-
quired statement of the number of
cases of cheating seen, which was to
be included in the declaration at the
end of each bluebook. 'The other pro-
vided that the reporting of the names
of "cribbers" be optional. Both
amendments were discussed at length.I
The junior laws will vote on the plan,
at 4:00 o'clock Monday afternoon,'
May 26, and the freshmen will consid-t
er the proposition early in the week.

'DAMM CHARGED
WITH SELLING
STUDENT LIUUOR
Preliminary Hearing in Justice Doty's
Court This Morning May
Mark Opening of
Test Case.
FRESHMAN TO BE CALLED
TO TESTIFY AS WITNESS.

Complaint Says Drinks Were
Tuesday in Violation of
State Statute.

Sold

Lawrence Damm, saloonkeeper, ar-
rested yesterday on a complaint of
having sold liquor to students in vio-
lation of the state statute, will have
his preliminary hearing this morning
at 9:00 o'clock before Justice Doty.
Among the witnesses that may be call-
ed to testify is James Minzey,, '16. Ac-
cording to the complaint, Minzey pur-
chased liquor at the saloon Tuesday
night.
It is thought by those conversant
with the situation that the case will
be carried to the higher courts for the
purpose of testing the constitutionality
of the law. The authorities are anx-
ious that this law be tried out in or-
der that the present uncertainty can
bee eliminated once and for all.
The defendant has retained the ser-
vices of John T. Kirk, of Ypsilanti,
former prosecuting attorney for Wash-
tenaw county. He intimated last
night that if evidence sufficient for a
case against him developed at the ex-
amination this morning, he may fight
the case. "I want to know," said
Damm, "whether or not I have a right
to sell to any man over 21. If I have
not, I suppose I will go out of busi-
ness."
FRENCH COMPOSIIONS TO
BE AWARDED BY MEDALS.
For the first time in the history of
the French department, two medals
are to b awarded by the Alliance Fran-
caise of Detroit to stimulate interest
in French composition. The medals
are of handsome design, and will be
presented to the winners of the con-
test on Commencement day. The med-
als are to be given annually hereafter.
The competition will be held by Prof.
Hugo Thieme, next Tuesday at 2:00
o'clock in room 101 north wing.
In the recent intercollegiate prize
competition offered by the Association
of French Professors of the UVnited
States, John E. Powell, '14, won third
prize and Mrs. Lyda Johnson won hon-
orable mention.
DIXIE MEN ELECT OFFICERS
AND PLAN DANCE SATURDAY
Officers of the Dixie club for the en-
suing year were elected at the last
meeting of the club. The following
men were chosen: president J. B.
Helm, '14L; vice-president, C. B. Ze- '.
wadski, '14; secretary, J. H. Roper,
'14E; treasurer, M.-W. Hatler, '14L. At
the next meeting, the date of which
will be announced later, the club will

Miss Ethel Minnord, '14, who was Woolsack members will hold their
injured last Sunday by stepping from semi-annual initiation banquet at the
a moving D. U .R. ca r. suffered a se- 'Union toni oht' G ET K dn n uill h"

adopt a pin.
COIF MEMBERS WILL HEAR A dance will be given by the club
ANNUAL ADDRESS TOMORROW Saturday evening at 9:00 o'clock at
Ithe Packard academy. Tickets will
The first annual address given un- sell for $1.00 and may be obtained
der the auspices of the Order of the from E. M. Yerger, '13L, E. W. Mc-

2-4xil 7_1LliV1G 1U1JC , WLLC- .V 11j.'u-1. ,g . l ;wt1u u ilnLiilt r .:,. ennet y wil De
c'k th k -l Coif, the national law honorary socie-i
take up the work. rious relapse last night and became toastmaster and Profs. H. L. Wilgus, ty, will be held tomorrow at which
delirious. She has been uable to sleep T. A. Bogle, R. W. Aigler, E. C. God- time John M. Zane, '84, of Chicago,
Members of the Cosmopolitan club sint iehdard and Dean H. M. Bates will speak will speak. The meeting will be held
Mebr fteCsooia lbful injuries. frtelwfaut hl H .L n room G of the law building at 4:00
will hold their annual smoker at the According to eye-witnesses Miss for the law faculty while H. W. Lippin-nooet
o'clock and will be open to the public.
Union tonight at 7:30 o'clock. A mu- Minnord tried to alight from the car cott and E. H. Saier will represent the The subject of Mr. Zane's address will
sical program will entertain the guests while it was moving Woolsack members. be "The bar in England and its influ-
-and smokes and refreshments will bee
served. No admission will be charged.r Give ence on the profession in the United
The club isgalso planning an outing to w omen Ingers GFirst Serenade States."
Whitmore Lake May 30. Undaunted by the rain and clad ir finals of the foot soaked promenaders police to Regulate Cap Night Stunts,
rubber boots and waterproof coats was held at the Alpha Phi house at The impromptu festivities in the
Deutsciher Verein Has Annual Election the members of the woien's glee clut 11:00 o'clock. This was the last ap- down town district that follow the
Officers for 1913-'14 were elected by . pearance of the club until the combin- . .
the Deutsche4 Verein at its last meet- inaugurated the first annual serenade ed concert with the men next Wednes- annual cap night celebration will be
the ~ euscler eren a it lat met- d cncet wth he en extWedes-regulated'with greater stringency this
ing of the year last night. Lawrence of the sororities and league house, day evening.
Clayton, '14, and Gertrude Helmecke, last night. Each sorority and league At the annual election held previous iyear ulby thetumwas police than ssued toheast.
'14, were re-elected president and vice- house was visited on the tour. Dean to the serenade the following officeres Huliert, '14M, of the student coun-
president respectively. Mildred Nuech- Myra B. Jordan was entertained by the were named: President, Helen Low-, ciH, br the stdnovo-
terlei?, '15, was elected secretary, Leo melody of the warblers, as were other man, '14; vice-president Margaret Ea- cil, by the authorities that no viola-
tions of the city ordinances regulating
Burnett, '14, treasurer, and Leonard faculty members fortunate enough to ton, '14; secretary, Jessie Cameron, street traffic and the building of bon
Rieser, '14, auditor, live on the line of march. The grand '14; and treasurer, Evelyn Roehm, '15, sfre l contenanced.
- , fires would be countenanced.

Farland, '13, or Isaac Lowenberg, '13.
Tryouts for Musical Club Office Meet.
Tryouts for assistant managership
of the University Glee and Mandolin
clubs met last night in the offices of
The Michigan Daily and received in-
structions as to what their duties
would be. Manager H. Beach Carpen-
ter announced the "combined concert
of the men's and women's glee clubs
for next Wednesday night. Admission
will be by ticket, which may be ob-
tained either from the tryouts or at
the box office in University hall on
Wednesday evening.
Engineers to Hold Last Party Friday
The last of the series of engineers
social parties will be held at the Un-
ion Friday evening. Dancing will start
after Cap Night festivities and con-
tinue until 3:00 o'clock.

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