THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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POLICE HOLD BULL PUP FOR
RANSOM, AND SACRIFICE ONE
The bull dog residing at the Chi Psi
fraternity is confined at the city bas-
tile for appearing on the streets with-
out a muzzle, and its owners are li-
able to a fine of $100 for the misde-
meanor. The "arrest" of the canine
is due to the vigilance maintained by
Bill Temple, the official dog sleuth,
who is enforcing the ordinance relat-
ing to the harboring of vicious dogs.
Several have fallen into the hands of
the police, and one belonging to a
fraternity was killed for resisting an
LAWS PLAN JUNKET TO STATE
CAPITOL TO ENTER THEBAR.
Arrangements for the annual trip to
Lansing, by the law graduates who in-
tend to be admitted to the state bar,
are now being made. Many law stu-
dents, who do not intend to be admit-
ted to the bar will take the trip. A
special car will probably be chartered,
and the party will hold a luncheon
while in Lansing. The time set for the
trip is the Tuesday before commence-
Menorah Smokes at Union Tonight.
Menorah society will smoke at the
Union tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Rabbi
Hershman of Detroit, Prof. T.A. Bogle,
and I. L. Sharfman will speak; and
J. Selig Yellen, '13, Isadore Becker,
'15, and Robt. A. Hess, '13, will re-
spond in behalf of the society. Ad-
mission is 25 cents.
Acolytes Will Dine and Elect.
Officers for next year will be elect-
ed by the Acolytes at their annual
banquet at the Union tonight. Presi-
dent Sleator of the society will act as
toastmaster. Speeches will be given
by Prof. A. H. Lloyd, Dr. W.R. Parker
Percival Blanshard, '14, K. Tonouchi,
B. V. Devree, '13, and H. V. Foulk.
Dr. Cumming is Preparing Bulletin
Dr. J. C. Cumming, in charge of the
Pasteur Institute of the medical de-
partment, is preparing a bulletin on the
Pasteur treatment. The bulletin will
be sent throughout the state as soon as
it is finished.
Smallpox Case Improves Rapidly.
J. N. Beardslee, '13L, who was
stricken with a slight case of small-
pox last week, is recovering rapidly
and expects to resume classes the
middle of next week. No other cases
have been reported.
NEW COUNCILMEN SWORN IN
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of the class as well as by the council-
man in charge of the meeting.
The new legislators must also pro-
cure a copy of the student council
constitution from some old member of
the organization and read it before
being sworn in.
The question of the number of coun-
cilmen to which the first year laws
are entitled will be decided at this
time. It is thought that the two men
elected from that class will be allow-
ed to take their seats.
Any election contests or charges of
electioneering must be presented to
Secretary T. F. McCoy of the council,
before 6:00 o'clock this evening.
SISLER'S SOR ARM MAY KEEP HIM
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Official batting and fielding averages
of the University of Michigan base-
ball team on the 1913 eastern trip:
ELEVEN PHARMICS LEARN
SECRET OF ARISTOLOCHITE.
Eleven members of the pharmacy de-
partment were initiated into the mys-
teries of Aristolochite, the honorary
pharmacy society last night. They
were: R. F. Smith, '14, N. B. Lawrence,
'13, E. H. Woodhouse, '14, H. R. Hearn,
'14, E. C. Rice, '14, E. T. Olson, '14,
F. E. De, Voist, '14, J. M. Noble,
'13, H. A. Osborne, '14, L. G. Hernan-
dez, '14, and C. H. Whsler, '14. A ban-
quet will be held by the society June
3 at the Michigan Union.
KAZOO MEN TO HOLD FIRST
ANNUAL GATHERING TONIGHT.
Prof. Robert E. Bunker will be the
principal speaker at the first annual
banquet of the Kalamazoo club to b
held at 7:30 o'clock this evening at
the Michigan Union. Dean Herbert L.
Stetson, president of Kalamazoo Col-
lege, and Mayor Connable, will attend
the banquet, to which all Kalamazoo
men are invited. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the door, or by calling 902-J.
DETROIT FRENCH SOCIETY
OFFERS MEDALS TO STUDENTS.
Silver medals will be awarded by
the Alliance Francaise of Detroit to
the two winners of the contest in
French composition writing to be held
this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in room
101 N. W. Two hours will be given
for the writing of the composition up-
on some subject to be assigned. The
competition, which is under the su-
pervision of R. L. Talamon, of the
French department, is open to all stu-
dents of the university. The medals
will be presented to the winners on
FRATERNITIES TO LEGISLATE ON
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No initiation of ,e: student can be
held until t.;beginning of his sopho-
more year, and no student will be mni.
tiated or affiliated while on probation.
The rules will be adopted with the
provision that the Senate council will
support any disciplinary action that
may be taken by the conference
STUDENTS MAY ATTACK CIVIC
EVILS OF PLAY.
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lem plays, dealing with the sex ele-
ment, present one of the greatest evils
which social uplift workers must face
in these days."
"The worst feature of it," said Dr.
Angell, "is that they are for the most
part written by women. The defense
that 'people must know about such
things, is no excuse; that is not -the
way to teach virtue."
Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris was
unable to be present at the meeting on
account of the serious illness of his
wife. The conference will continue
VARSITY TENNIS MEN LOSE
BY 4-2 SCORE AT PITTSBURG
Michigan 2, Pittsburg 4, was the fin-*
al score in the tennis contests Satur-
day. The games were played upon
wet courts so no real form was dis
played by either team. Summaries:
McElroy (P) defeated Hall (M)
6-0, 6-0; Raindel (M) defeated
Wright (P) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; Lytle(P)
defeated Wilson (M) 6-2, 6-2; Flood
(P) defeated Andrews (M) 6-3, 6-3.
Wilson and Raindel (M) defeated
McElroy and Flood (P) 0-6, 6-3,
8-6; Lytle and Wright (P) defeated
Andrews and Hall (M) 7-5, 6-3.
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