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May 29, 1913 - Image 1

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Soph iEngineers Barrs-'
in Titl. by Easy
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to Tilree.

Lacrosse as a college sport may be a
possibility at Michigan, providing
there are enough men who have played
the game interested in an attempt,
to work up enthusiasn in this particu-
lar line of athletic pastime.
-Men interested have called a meet-
ing for all those who have played the
game, or are interested in the sport,
for Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
in the trophy room of Waterman gym-
nasium. At that time plans will be
talked over for the inauguration of the
game at Michigan.

* In the name of all members of
* both departments, and of the
* university as a whole, we wish
* to express our sense of indebt-
* edness to all who manftilly aided
* in the work of salvage.
* * * * * * * * * *




limaes I'p.a


and outfieldin; their

the. junior laws won


champi:nahip yesterday from
t year's champts, the soph engi-
y the e.: y L:a.rg of;'8 to 3, and
t to their c'ass the second cam-
nor of the season, as the 1914
on the basketball championship
te started the scoring by walk-
.d then counted on a two base
y Lehr. The second inuning was
red with a gcose. egg for both
but in the third the lawyers
twice by finding Metcalf for a
singles. In each of the fifth and
renth they annexed two more
s and in the ninth finished up

Farrell Accompanies Hopes to East
ffhere They Will Compete
in the Eastern
Michigan Not Expected to Get Better
Than Fourth Place Owing
to Injuries o. Craig
and Haimbaugh.


Many Intend to Compete in
and Tilting Contests
Few in Canoe


-[Spontuieous C0inbustii % iven as
I Cause & Coiitiimato
,Cauing Immense
High Plres "tire Water Yower P* oves
Entirely Satisfactory and Enables
Workers to Hold Flames
to Two Stories.
Fire which broke out at 6:30 o' loclg
in the south end of the fourth floor of
the south wing of University hall early
yesterday destroyed the roof, complete-
ly gutted the, uppermost story, and
part of the third floor, before it..was
chacked two hours later. Spontaneous
UNJVERS Y ALL combustion was assigned as the pro-
able cause of the conflagrationy -
thouh a oide divcrgence of opinich
Thb ssIs rogarded as a heavy one,
St but ntil the committee comes-to' h
S-FINAL SESSIONS L SSES 7 W V G agreemient, no accarate estimate of the
totl lsscan be made. ..The. univers
~~-sity carries $10.0,000-insuranee-on- oth
Conference Will Listen to Paipers on Leeu-e: a id 1e'ild Trips Arra'p1gd foi th buildeng ai d contents
. .. he uid'ng and coen~,ts
o Socal !sd!nsin otiny n I The alarm was turned in by.Profes-
Work0 <
sor James Pollock, of the botany de-
partment, who discovered the blaze
LAWTON'11; TALKS ON JUVENILES W IL .1S;1' HNT ' Lit W> )IU vwhen going to a :30 o'clock clas.a
1,His class at once began the work of
The final sessions of. the Michigan No ch sscs will be bald in the south r",cue, which was carried on for two
State Conference of Charities and Cor- wing r the remainder of the year, hours by crowds of willing students.
rections will be held in Sarah 'Caswell .
rccord to a delion reached at a The fire department arrived at 6:35
Angell hall today. Correctional work, ct ot alf ctewith o'cleck aM city hose was
housing and rereationand family and ;ean ringcr and S cretary Smith tacned to the campus hydrants.df wi'g
neighborhood work, will be the topics ycsterdy afternoon. Although the to the fact that the threads of the hose'
ohemrs and round table sessions at first two floors ere untouched by the and hydrants did not fit, an annoying
th mokrning amnm afternoor.in. fire, w«ter mad- them untenable for delay was caused, and water was not
by speaer amf homt re D. J. 'class purposes. available for several minutes.
Lougher of Michigan state prison at Laboratory spctious i1 the two de- This was the first real test for the
j:artments have hezn dispenised' with university high pressure water sytem,
Jackson, Timothy J. Shea of Syracuse; for the remaindcr of the year, but no which proved entirely1;, stis6(ory
N. Y., and others. 'tinterrupticn ci' le tfre -and field trips jWithin 13 minutes from the time thee
Fred Laton, '11, probation m ficr will be ntccssitated a complete sched- department arrived on. the sceno a
,9 etot ada omr ebe f110haigboo i dray; n1up. pressure of 160' pounds 'was deeopeI
The Michigan Daily, discussed juvenile r1 ihacig bendrn .s-p ss1
dn n thsy Altough mny nto'ks had been at the pump in the engineering build-
delinquency at the session yesterday a:de in. as far as kncwn none were ing and the water from the e igitHi es
Among the other speakers on the pro- lost Their watersokd condition will of hese laid, was thrown to the roof
gram were Rabbi Lec' M. Franklin of t ot prevet thei examination, and as of the burning building. Each stream
Detraoit, the Rev. Caroline Bartlett far as known no di iculties will be en- developed 110 poundspressure', and al-
Crane of Kalamazoo,and Rt.Rev. John countered in grading, ay of: the class- though they were used for two hours
M. McCormick of Grand Rapids.lWer .h
rS h fal a kh dly0,. &0JvY i.J. .l4 nJ r=.

Merchants Donate Prizes For Winners
.And Large Silver Cup Will Be
given to Winner of
Most Points.


Michigan's track team, ten strong,
accompanied by "Steve" Farrell and
student manager Denison, left yester-
day afternoon at 4:40 o'clock for Bos-
ton, the scene of the Eastern Intercol-
legiate meet. The team will be quar-
tered at Mansfield, a suburb 20 miles

s were held, scoreless until
ilen they took advantageof Nearly a score of entries for the
,ses by Spencer and a wild swimming contests to be held during
eir first run. In the sev- the regatta of the Michigan Union Boat
hth they duplicated their club next Saturday have been received
I and made the total three. at the desk at the Union. This prom-
i? of .the lawyers was the ises exciting races in each of the
the contest with "King" events, as the entries are about evenly
ig the principal 'role, the divided. However, aside from the tilt-'
getting a double and three ing contests, little interest seems
'e trips to the plate. Man- to be taken in the canoe races, and the!
'ow found Metcali for two entr e = for these races are few in num- I
ch added materially to the her;.
E Local merchants have donated arti-'

well playing second
ght. The speedy. in-'
o juniors of drives
lure safeties. Shep-
uekstop act for the
. on page 4.)
.ssistant professor in'

ces of value to be given as prizes for
the winners of the different events,
and a larg e silver loving cup, donated
by the Svilzer Hardware Co., will be
given to the largest individual point
ing arrangements to have the -boats
shipped by express. Just who the
competing oarsmen will be is not defi-
nitely known,, but there Rre several ex-
perienced Detroit Boat club crew men
in school, and no difficulty istexpected

from Boston, during the festivities.Y
,The maize and blue .hopes were in
the best of condition and spirit, and
although the dope does not warrant
Michigan more than fourth place, the
athletes may spring a surprise to the
dopesters and be among the schools
finishing in the top of the list.
Haff who will run only in the four
forty, bids fair to win his race with
Jansen placing. The low hurdles will
be registered to Craig's account if
Jimmie's knee does not go bad on him.
The high jump is doped to be taken by'
.California with Sargent a good bet for
Michigan's short distance team Bond
and Seward are looked to bring at
least a total of five points and possibly
six. The east is especially strong in
the two twenty and the hundred but
the maize and blue men have been,
.'unning in good time during the past
week and will make the eastern sprint-
ers make fast time if they land the


e legal department, ( in' getting the men to race.
leave the University The officials in charge of the regat-
t of his health, made ta have arranged for the carrying of
y recently and an- visitors to.the Barton pond, where the
xpected to renew his regatta will be held. A large wagon
will leave the corner of Huron and
io lives in Ypsilanti, Main streets at 8:30 on Saturday morn-
last Noverber and ing, and anyone wishing to ride to the
ree months in North scene of the activities can do so on
payment'of the fare of 10 cents.



Airt places.
In the mile Smith will have the fast-
est competition that is entered in any
event and if the miler places it will be
a great feat as the race will be headed
by Jones the record holder. Kohler in
ihe weight events should secure at
least four points.
The rest of the entries remain #only
to be seen as there is no dope to make
any possible comparisons, but as in
past seasons it is expected that many
of the predictions will be upset and

e south wing was near; group of rescuers to throw open the

out instantly yesterday, when
iusiastic but ignorant rescuer
irled a bigcan of gun cotton
third story window to the ce-
alk below. Only the fact that
'erful explosive was old, saved
s of hundreds of bystanders,
s, and firemen, and the loss
sands of dollars of university
materials were dumped down
y handy spot, and the lawn
University hall' presented an
n of a second hand store on a
aturday. The more valuable
Is were moved into adjacent
;s, the museum receiving the1

fireproof university vault, in order that some dark horses will cross the tape
its contents might be saved. in the counting places. Michigan has
A few moments later, after all val- some good youngsters entered and part
nable contents of the office which were of the surprise spoils will no doubt go'
perishable had been removed, he re- to the Wolverines.
turned for a last look at his water
soaked quarters and was highly amus- CAUSE OF A. W. TULL'S DEATH
ed to see about ten students lifting on IS DEFINITELY DETERMINED
the four ton safe, in a vain attempt to
winner. Investigation of the death of Alan
The Detroit boat club has granted W. Tull, '13L, which occurred in De-,
Qie use of two single racing shells for iroit May 10 has definitelI proved that
the occasion, and the officials are mak- an auto accident was the cause.
carry it out also. .O. P. Tull, a brother from Chicago,
In the laboratories, also, there were has been probing the case this week,
many rescuers more humorous than and has discovered a certain Myrs.Egan
useful. One thoughtful person collect- who was on the car which discovered
ed all the fire extinguishers on' the the body. She says that she saw the
third floor and bore them in triumph 'purse taken from the pocket of the in-
to a place of safety on the lawn. jured man. This clears up the point
The work of the rescuers extended- which was most doubtful to the coro-
farther than the south wing. F. esident ner, but no official action has been

The "movie" man is here today.
Armed with his cameras, H. E. But-
ler, of the Universal Film Manufactur-
ing company, will make the rounds of
the campus this morning to take mov-
ing pictures of typical sights at Mich-
igan. Promptly at 10:00 o'clock the
camera artists will be at the library
door on the lookout for cap-and-gown-
ed seniors, book-laden "grinds," ab-
sent-minded professors and spring-
time coeds. J
The movie men also will take pic-
tures of the engineering and other
buildings, the boulevard, the baseball
game tomorrow afternoon and the
water regatta on the Huron Saturday
The pictures will be shown public-
ly at the auditorium before being dis-1
tributed throughout the United States.

t. klk 3ply anlluuy yta e lu
The botany an: oolo;;y classes will teen _inches, when the last orieoz-.
eet according to the followingsched-' was broken.
tile until further notice: Aside from the building, the most se-.
General botany-Drs. Poliloc and rious loss is in the notes, specimens,,.
Schull; economics lecture room 9:00 and personal property of the profes-
oGclock, I;sors, instructors, and assistants of the
Botany 14--Mr.. Otis; meet in front departments, The'thirteen profess
of museum 'at usual hour for field and twenty assistants all ost' many
trials. books and manuscripts ofrm'ore or less
Botany 22-Dr. Gleason; meet in value, but the ranuscripts of several
front of museum Monday and We'dnes books upon which professors had been
day at 1:00 o'clock for field trips. '' working for years ,at first reported de-
Botany 6-Dr. Kauffman; meet to- stroyed, were not even.in:the ,building,
day at 1:00 o'clock in front of muse- or are written in duplicate copy.
urn for field trip. 'The instruments and specimens from
(Continued on pago 4.) (Continued on ,page 4.)
A picturesque history filled with with north wing. As it turned out,
nenorices of days when Michigan was aorth wing was built in 1837 while its
but a college lingers about the scorch- sister structure was delayed for a

ed rafters which now strew the green-
I sward around old south wing of Un-
versity hall. Half a century ago, be-
fore the structure assumed the humble
(designation of "wing," it was one of
I the only two buildings on the campus,
and yesterday's fire marlied the clim-
ax of 'its gradual decline in import-
ance as new and more 1:ortentious
structures relegate:d it to the back-
South wing, originaliy outh Col-
lege, was erected in the middle forties
although the' original plans provided

es of students and
in the rescue work
t times enthusiasm
tent. Treasurer R.
ildly entreated by a

The May meeting of the board 'of re-
gents will.be held tonight in the re-
gents room. The athletic situation
will probably come up for discussion
as it was put over to this month at the
April meeting. The budget for next
year will also come up for considera-

;ouple qi years.
In its early days south wing served-
ihe double purpose of providing ;a-s
rooms and doriuitories for the s'tu-,
lents. The lecture rooms were1
cated on the first floor while the u
per stories, now devoted to labori i4-~
ies, were used as "dorms." The s 1ep.
ing compartments shortly afteftWgd"'
were transformed ' into recitation'
rooms to meet the demands of ti in
creasing registration' Dr. Tappaii
was at that time president of th 'u

for its erection simultaneous


(Continue4 on pago 4.)



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