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February 19, 1915 - Image 3

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sung, especially the concluding num-
ber, Gounod's "Divine Redeemer,"
the beauty of which was enhanced by
the violin and organ accompaniments.
Effcetive accompaniments were play-
ed w Mrs. Clara McAndrew and Miss
Frances Hamilton.

Annual Soph-Fresh Track Meet Tomor-
row Should go to Second-Year

Dr. William J. Mayo to be Speaker at
"Founders' Day" Celebration
February 22






In spite of the symphony orchestra
concert of Wednesday evening, an un-
usually large attendance was a notice-
able feature of the faculty concert giv-
en yesterday afternoon in Hill audi-
The program consisted of organ,
vocal and violin numbers, heard indi-
vidually, and in ensemble. Mr. Moore's
organ selections were carefully -regis-
tered, and skillfully executed, and
merited the warm applause they re-
ceived. The "Intermezzo" from the
suite by Truette, displaying the deli-
cate stops of the echo organ, especially
found favor.
Mr. Whitmire's performance was
heard with extreme delight. He pro-
duces a wonderfully pure and soulful
tone, as evidenced in the "Meditation"
from "Thais," in addition to excelling
with the bouncing bow.
Miss Hunt's songs were artistically1

C. H. Horton, chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the State Grange,
spent'yesterday in the chemistry build-
ing, conferring with Prof. A. E. White
on the results of a trip, which the latter
took to Pittsburg to obtain an idea of
the methods used in the manufacture
of galvanized iron wire fencing. Pro-
fessor White brought back a large
number of samples from the various
concerns which he visited. Prelimin-
ary tests were commenced today,
which will be continued by the senior
students of chemistry.


Despite the fact that three of the
sophomore track squad have been
shifted to the varsity two-mile relay
eam to run against Princeton, the 1917
aggregation should rule as favorites in
tomorrow's meet with the freshmen.
Carroll, Donnelley and Grauman are
the trio that have been selected to1run
against the Tiger quartet, Grauman
figuring as alternate, and their loss
will weaken the sophs in the middle

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the field events the 1917 class should
take all three first places, Waterbury
winning the high jump, Cross, the shot
put and Wilson, the pole vault.
With more than 20 entries in the
dashes, it is difficlut to tell who will
win out, although on paper O'Brien
should take the event with Robinson
and Scofield finishing behind him in
the order named. However, in u short
dash a slip means so much that in
most cases picking the winner is guess
Corbin surprised track followers by
besting "Bo" Wilson in the hurdles
yesterday afternoon, and with this duo
competing against Wickersham and
Fischer of the freshman class, the race
over the high sticks should prove ex-
ceptionally close, with the sophs slight
M. G. Robinson has entered the dash,
quarter and half mile, and his excel-
lent showing of late indicates that
some one will have to step fast in
whichever of these events he competes.
Following is a list of the men who
signed for the coming meet:
35 yard dash-Fresh-Mette, A. Rob-
inson, Huyck, E. Zeigler, Kretzschmar,
Scofield, Berry, Davis, Page, Jones,
Loud, Palma, Fischer, Darnall. Sophs
-O'Brien, Leslie, M. G. Robinson,
Strauss, J. Ziegler, Huntington.
440--Sophs-M. G. Robinson, Burby,
Fontana, Huntington, Snyder. Fresh-
A. Robinson, Kruger, Hardell, Scofield.
880-Sophs-Burby, M. G. Robinson,
Fishleigh. Fresh-Dennee, Shadford,
Bouma, Matteson, Wolf, Martin.
Mile-Sophs-Fishleigh, Kuivinen.
Fresh-Dennee, Cherry, Meehan, Gallo-
Shot Put - Sophs - Cross, Leach.
Fresh-Smith, Walls.
High Hurdles-Sophs-Wilson, Cor-
bin. Fresh-Wickersham, Fischer.
Pole vault--Sophs-Wilson, Kessler.
Fresh-Livingston, Scott, Goodspeed,
High jump-Sophs-Waterbury, Cor-
bin, Vedder. Fresh-Drummond, Hal-
stead, Boyd, Shartel.
All participants must report at the
athletic association some time today to
procure a contestants' ticket..
The following men have been se-
lected to officiate:
Referee, Keene Fitzpatrick. Starter,
Stephen Farrell. Clerk of Course, Sid
Millard. Assistant Clerk, John Ferris,
M. Beaver, D. E. McKisson, F. B. Low-
ry, A. D. Mott. Track Judges, Homer
Heath, Winfred Cook, William Coch-
ran, H. L. Smith. Announcer, E. F.
Hughitt. Scorers, T. H. Tapping, F. M.
Church, C. L. Muller. Timers, Evans
Holbrook, Dr. G. A. May, C. B. Haff.

"Founders' Day," the annual cele-
bration of the students and faculty of
the Medical School, to be held Feb. 22, b
will have for its speaker this year, Dr. w
William J. Mayo, '83M, of Rochester, 3
Minn. Dr. Mayo and his brother oper-
ate the famous Mayo sanitarium of
Rochester, and are recognized as two i
of the world's most noted surgeons,.
Dr. Mayo will talk on "The Septic t
Factor of the Three Great Plagues."a
The address, which is to be given in 1
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, at 8:00 k
o'clock is open to the general public.v
The reception which follows the ad-d
dress by Dr. Mayo is only for the stud-t
ents and faculty of the medical de-
partment. This year marks the twelfth
celebration of "Founders' Day." Lastt
year the address was given by Dr.u
Miller of Cleveland, Ohio.a
In addition to the address of thev
evening by Dr. Mayo, a portrait ofo
Donald Maclean, a former member ofn
the medical department, will be un-p
veiled, the portrait being donated by1
Mrs. Maclean.
Best Team in Each Division Will Entert
Semi-Final Series to Decide t
Championshi t
Floyd Rowe, director of intramural
athletics, gave out last night the offi-
cial schedule of games for the first
week of the interclass basketball ser-
ies. The first game is scheduled for
7:30 o'clock Tuesday night in Water-
man gym, and four games will be
played on each of the three succeeding
The teams entered have been di-
vided into six divisions, made up of
the thr e law teams, three teams from
the conbine(l colleges, three from the
dents, four from the lits, four from
the medics and four from the engin-
eers. This makes a total of 21 teams
entered in the interclass series.
Each of the fives will play one game
with every other team in its division,
the percentage system deciding the
best five in each case. Then the six
winning teams will play a semi-final
series, each team playing all of the
others. The two high teams in this
series will then play a final series for
the campus championship. Under this
method, the interclass series this year
will last for a month and a half. The
Varsity and freshman track meets in-
terfere with the use of the gym on Sat-
urday nights.
The half hour from 7:00 to 7:30
o'clockaeach night will be reserved for
the practice of those teams that are
scheduled to play on. the following
The schedule, as arranged for the
opening week, is as follows: Tuesday,
Homeops vs. Pharmics, '15L vs. '16L,
'15D vs. '16D, '15E vs. '16E; Wednes-
day, '17E vs. '18E, '15 vs. '16, '17 vs. '18,
'15M vs. '16M; Thursday, '17M vs. '18M,
Pharmics vs. Architects, '15D vs. '17D,
'15L vs. '17L; Friday, '15E vs. '17E, '15
vs. '17, '16 vs. '18, '16E vs. '18E.
With most of the teams already put-
ting up good games in their practice
tilts this week, the coming interclass
series promises to bring out more en-
thusiasm and rivalry than ever before,
as the stars of last year's series are
plentiful on the upper class fives, while
the first year aggregations boast a
number of high school players of more
than ordinary ability.

"How to Raise the Standard of
Scholarship in the University of Illi-
nois?" is the general trend of a list of
questions sent out by the faculty of
he university to studentsand alumni.
[he questionsrsubmitted are intended
to show the relation between scholar-
ship and campus athletics and activi-
ies. Immediate answers are requested
by the committee in charge of the
work, in order to facilitate the tabulat-
; o' results.
To keep the public better informed
i regard to matters pertaining to mili-
tary affairs and important actions of
the war department, is the purpose of
a bureau recently formed at the
University of Illinois. The division is
known as the military inlormation di-
vision, and is a branch of the military
department, which has just been au-
thorized by the board of trustees.

ents. Last year more than 100 men
were enrolled in the work.
Smith College is to represent the
women's colleges at the Panama expo-
oition. Views, depicting various phases
of college life, have beenmade in
Northhampton. The pictures include a
morning chapel service, the various
buildings and recitatiop rooms with
classes in session, the botanical gar-
dens and the different student associa-
tions and clubs. The exhibit is intend-
ed to be both representative and in-
Louis B. Kean is the name of one of
the youngest freshmen to enter Har-
vard in its entire history. He is but 15
years of age, and is the only short
trousered student in the university. In
addition to his scholastic prowess,
Kean is a track athlete.
Real cherry trees and potted plants
will form the features for the decora-
tions for the Washington promenade
which is held Friday night at the Uni-
versity of Chicago. The cherry trees
wi.1 eu anu-Arir an th Chir

' - will be hung and arrangea so that Leir
Men who secure especial honor in branches will form an arch, within
the newspaper work on the Iowa State which will be hung the arc lights. The
Student, the campus daily publication general effect will be that of a garden.
at the University of Iowa, are awarded--o-
with a journalistic "A." Iowa is one Competition for the editorial staff of
of the few universities in the country the Cornell Daily Sun begins this week
now granting men working on their for the freshmen of the university.
publications honor but the movement Winning a competition of this kind en-
is spreading over the country. titles a man to a position on the Sun
--o- staff for the remainder of his four
"First Aid to the Injured," is the sub- years at Cornell, and gives him an op-
ject of eight lectures to be given at the portunity to compete for the higher
University of Columbia by Dr. George offices in his senior year.
L. Meylan, head of the physical educa-
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Senior tryouts for the university ora-
torical contest will be held at 7:30
o'clock tgnight in room D of the'law
building, having been postponed from
Wednesday night when they were
scheduled to be held. C. H. Ross,
Frances Hickok, S. J. Skinner, C. 0.
Chan and Charles Webber are the con-
testants, from whom two will be chos-

The junior tryouts held last Tuesday
evening resulted in the selection of
J. R. Cotton and P. V. Ramsdell, while
in the'sophomore-fresh law contest of
Monday night I. S. Toplon and G. W.
Hulbert were chosen, the latter as al-

jWomen's Association to Hold Luncheon
Following its custom, the Associa-
tion of Michigan Women will hold its
annual luncheon at the Hotel Statler in
Detroit, at 12:30 o'clock on Saturday,
February 27. Tickets, selling a0tJP, are
to be obtained from Miss Ruby Rich-
ardson, '00, at 147 West Willis Avenue,
Detroit, or at Sheehan's book store in
that city.
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