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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914.

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TODAY

Class, meetings for all classes butl
freshmen, to nomnatf class officers.
Freshmen "pep" meeting, west physics
lecture room, 4:45 o'clock.
Soph "pep" meeting, west physics lec-
ture room ,7:00 o'clock.
Russian night, Cosmopolitan club,
high school auditorum, 7:30 o'clock.
Hobart guild party, Harris hall, 8:15
o'clock.
Mass Meeting, Hill auditorium, 7:30
o'clock.

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TOMORROW
esh-Soph ,contests, south

Ferry

in

Field, : 00 o'clock.
nigs Football, All-Fresh vs. Ypsilanti, Fer-
wed ry Field, 1:30 o'clock.
lay, Football, Varsity vs. Vanderbilt, Fer-
pset ry Field, 2:30 o'clock.
the Union membership dance, Union, 9:00
o'clock.
ua'd -- - -
ach
the
tan ARE BROKE OPCENS
Less
ran
nes 9H R K N O E
>hn -
the Student Marauder Makes Self Known
wn in Intramural Clubhouse
ven at Ferry Field
onad ROWE TAKES CASE TO COUNCIL

MEMBERS CHOSEN
FOR COMEDY CLUB
Out of 68 Trycuts, Nine Are Elected;
Eight Others Are Chosen
Tentatively
TUESDAY SET FOR NEXT TRIAL
Of the 68 tryouts who reported to
the three judges of the Comedy club
trials held yesterday afternoon, nine
were elected to membership. Eight
others were tentatively chosen, and
the date for another tryout was set
for Tuesday, October 13, at 4:00
o'clock in the Cercle Francais rooms.
Following are the names of the
newly elected members: Harriet W.
Goodrich, '16; Doris Stamats, '17;
Elsa W. Apfel, '16; Ethel M. Buzley,
'15;L6is G. Slee, '15; Grant L. Cook,
'17L; Walker Petticord, '16L; Glen
Shipley, '16 and C. Fred Watson, '18.
The eight meinbers elected to tenta-
tive membership have been notified
by secretary Robert H. Tannehill, '15,
to report for tryout next week. Presi-
dent L. K. Friedman, '15, wishes it
distinctly understood that any student
is welcome to take part in these trials,
whether they have ever entered the
competition before or not.
The tryout yesterday afternoon un-
covered a wealth of material, and as
a result the management is looking
forward to a successful season. There
are many positions to be filled, and
the opportunity offered to new mem-
bers is greater than that of any year
since 1912.
As an innovation in this year's work,
manager H. L. Nutting, '15L, is plan-
ning to put on several one act skits
which will. be staged in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. These will all be
preparatory to a big play which will be
given sometime next semester.

UNION ROLL GAINS
10 0 BYCNVASS
Total of 2.2iT Members Are Secured5
Up to Date to Michigan.
Organization

HOUSE

WORK IS SUCCESSFUL

Showing a total of 2,250 at closing'
time last night, a gain of more than a
100 over Wednesday, it is evident that
the first night's work in the man to
man canvas for Union members, was
highly successful. The exact number
of members secured Wednesday night
cannot be definitely determined, but it
is certain that in the neighborhood of
100 must have been signed up. Last
year's house to house campaign netted
a total of 125 new members. This
year's canvas bids fair to exceed this
record by a coisiderable number. The
final exact results will be announced
in Sunday morning's paper.
W. W. Williams, R. M. McKean, '16,
H. H. Phillips, '15E, H. B. Corwin, '17,
W. E. Talcoto, E. D. Wood '16, H. H.
Paterson, '17, F. H. Tinsman, '16, H.
W. Kerr, '16, S. E. Earle, '17, and E.
W. Hoffman, '16L, did the best work in.
Wednesday night's canvassing. Indi-
vidual results for the entire campaign
will be given out later.
Within a few days the campaign
among the fraternities and- house
clubs will be started. An endeavor
will be made to secure as Union mem-
bers the total membership of every
such organization.
Woolsock Elects Officers For 1914-15
Werner W. Schroeder, '14-'16L, was
elected chancellor of Woolsack, junior
law honorary society, last night. L.
M. Sprague, '14-16L, was elected vice-
chancellor, and Renville Wheat, '14-
'16L, clerk.
BiS3 111? J. N. McCORMICK WILL
SPEAK HERE SUNDAY NIGHT

* FRESHMEN DUTIES*
* To Be Strictly lOhserved *
* 1. Wear the freshman cap or *
* toque during the entire year.
* 2. Never smoke a pipe on the*
* campus. , *
* 3. Never wear prep-school in-
* signia or pins. Remember you *
* are now at Michigan. *
* 4. Never sit on the senior *
* benches.
* Always allow a man of higher
* class to precede you through a *
* door.
* 6. Attend all nass meetings. *
* 7. Learn the "Yellow and *
* Blue" at once.
* 8. Don't forget the fact that
* you are a freshman. *
* Authorized by
* THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Webster Society Elects New Offieers
Webster elected' the following of-
ficers last night: president, J. H. Col-
lier, '15L; vice-president, C. W. Fer-
guson, '15L; secretary, J.' L. Prim-
rose, '15L; treasurer, D. L. McTag-
gart, '15L; critic, B. M. Thomas, '15L;
parliamentarian, K. M. Stevens, '16L;
sergeant-at-arms, C. M. Van Ben-
selloten, '16L,.

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At 7:30
initial mass
ball season
Auditorium.
ised by the
sisting of Cb
Gault, '15.

MIHMENTO
BE CLUB'S GUEST

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Westerman
"Hap" Iiaff
derbilt and
present.

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ty thievery has apparently ap-
d in the university, a student
g broken into several lockers in
ntramural clubhouse, according
Ltramural Director Rowe. The
for has evidence, which he be-
sWill prove strong enough to
ct the alleged student thief.
e vandalism was discovered yes-
y afternoon, the locks having
forced from several of the new
rs' which the athletic association
astalled, at considerable expense,
Ie convenience of class athletes.
ile nothing has been taken, as
the holders of the defaced lock-

University Club of
Entertain R
Cambr
ROYAL RECEPTIO:
-o-
A royal receptic
awaits the followers
eleven, according t
ments of the Michiga
of New England. Th(
quarters will be at
Hotel and all Michij
port there promptly
in Boston.
'At 8:00 o'clock or
the westerners will
mammoth smoker, n

England
s at

TENNIS TOURNAMENT PLAY IS
PUT BWK ONE DAY BY RAIN

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Larger Number ofi nt.r .*i "

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given ers have been able. to determine ,the.
reak- offense will not go unpunished, unless
Cat- the guilty party presents a satisfac-
etsch tory explanation to Director Rowe at
as in once, and makes good the damage and
first inconvenience caused the locker hold-

ta r
fol-

e to-I

iles, in the same
a which the Mich-
ated at Nashville
amodores will at-
ting tonight, and
rrow morning.
t h e Vanderbilt
brother-in-law, is
ayer; and for the
-, it will be pupil
Ferry field. The
the first of the
nal championship
verine's schedule,
f the real season.
terday follow:
All-Fresh
E. Howe, Strough

...... LT .. . .....Pobanz
.LG .... Ingham,
Hollenbeck
C .... Campbell,
Honan
...RG . . Ewartz, Huss
RT .... Willard,
Blain
.RE .. . . ..Romans
.......,.QB ........ Dunn,
Phillips
L . .........Foster
D. James. FB .. Smith, Brown
........RH .. W.Schultz,
Raymond
o Union Dance Sell Rapidly
100 tickets which went on sale
clock yesterday afternoon for
day night dance at the Mich-
on. more than 25 were sold

ers and athletic officials.
Director Rowe presented the case
to the student council, the officers of
which offered to punish the offender
if Rowe would convict him. These
terms were refused, the offer having
been made by the director with the
idea that this would give the council
an opportunity to exercise its author-
ity, as an example for underclass
hazers. Rowe believes that he can
apprehend the guilty party; and pre-
fers to' administer the punishment
himself, if he catches the man.
DEATH OF LEADING EDUCATOR
BECOMES KNOWN IN ANN ARBOR
University circles recently learned
of the death, late in August, of Prof.
W. L. Dudley, head of the chemistry
department, and dean of the medical
school of Vanderbilt University.
Aside from having been one of the
foremost educators of the country,
Prof. Dudley was a well recognized
authority in intercollegiate athletics,
having been associated for many years
with Walter Camp and Alonzo Stagg
on the intercollegiate football rules
committee.
Prof. Dudley was an honorary mem-
ber of the Michigan chapter of Phi
Lambda Upsilon, chemical honorary
fraternity.
W. I. Mills, '18, Improving Rapidly
University hospital authorities re-
ported yesterday that W. R. Mills, '18,
who has been ill with diphtheria, is
improving rapidly, and will probably
be -able to leave the hospital in a few
days.
Prof. Zowski Will Entertain Students
Prof. S. Zowski, and Mrs. Zowski;
have extended an invitation to all the
Polish students in the university to an
informal gathering at their home,
2006 Washtenaw avenue, at 8:00
o'clock this evening. The members of
the Polania club will attend in a body,
meeting at Hill auditorium at 7:30
o'clock sharp.

Before Allows Giving of
Three Prizes
On account of yesterday's rain, play
in the all-comers tennis tournament
has been set back a day and the sched-
ule of play, which was arranged for
yesterday, will hold for today.
A larger entry list than ever before
in the history of the fall event, has
made it possible to give three prizes.
One will go to the winner of the all-
comers, and one to the winner of the
all-fresh, as was originally planned.
In addition to these a cup will be pre-
sented to the runner-up in the open
tournament.
The large entry list has made pos-
sible the supplying of balls for the
semi-final as well as the final matches
in the all-comers.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN FAVOR
ENGINEERING PROFESSION'

di taBldwin Lectures Will Be
(4iven at Episcopal Church
October 11
Bishop John N. McCormick, of west-
ern Michigan, will give the second of
the series of Baldwin lectures at 6:30
o'clock next Sunday night in the Epis-
copal church.
The Baldwin lectureship, which was
endowed by the late Hon. Henry P.
Baldwin, of Detroit, who was governor
of Michigan and United States senator,
is managed by the Hobart Guild of the
Episcopal church.
Besides Bishop McCormick, the fol-
lowing men will lecture during the
winter: November 1, Rev. Dr. William
D. Maxon, rector Christ church, De-
troit; November 22, Rev. Dr. Howard
Melish, rector of the church of the Ho-
ly Trinity, Brooklyn, N. Y.; December
13, Rev. Dr. William T. Manning, rec-
tor of Trinity parish, New York City;
January f0, Rt. Rev. Dr. Charles P.
Anderson, bishop of Chicago.

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reunion, where the Michigan band will
perform, and spirits keyed up to the
highest pitch with speeches, songs and
yells. It is expected that the affair
will be the largest gathering of Michi-
gan alumni and undergraduates ever
attempted in the east.
The committee in charge of the en-
tertainment has secured a large num-
ber of motion picture films and stere-
optican views, with the intent of show-
ing the older alumni what' improve-
ments and developments Ann Arbor
has undergone, and also to give a
glimpse of student and athletic activi-
ties. It is requested that all who de-
sire further information address Mr.
E. R. Hurst, secretary of the associa-
tion, at 161 Devonshire Street, Bos-
ton, Mass.
CAPTAIN ISSUES CALL FOR
WORKOUT OF TRACK ATHLETES
All Track Men Are To Report at Ferry
Field Tomorrow to Begin
Practice

part of 'th
two. Of1
lowing ar
bers,' rin
painters,
chanics an

men wit
positions

With 14 Women Registered in
Department, All Previous
Records Fall

This

Courses in the engineering depart-
ment have at last won the favor of a
considerable number of the university
women. This year, there are 14 wom-
en registered in that department. Such
a record shows the popularity of the
engineering profession.
k Miss Alice Golf and Miss Hazel'
Quick are senior civils. The junior
representative is Miss Florence Rob-
inson of Lapeer, who is specializing
in architectural engineering. Among
the sophomores are the Misses Dor-
othy Hanchett who is taking civil, Ma-
rion Bull and Ruth Macomber, who.
are architects.
The freshman class is larger than
any of the others. The regulars are
Misses Marion Galton, Dorothy Hall,
Katheryn Shay, and Dorothy Sturgeon.
The Misses Jessie Hopkins, Isabelle
Snelgrove, Bertha Yerex, and Ruby
Miller, are all first year students in
the architectural department.

SECTIONAL CLUBS ORGANIZE
AGAIN FOR WORK OF WINTER
Three Organizations Hold Meetings
Last Evening to Outline
Season's Plans
Various sectional clubs are getting
together and reorganizing for the col-
legiate year. Last evening, the Cab-
inet club, the Kentucky club, and the
Canadian. club met at the Michigan
Union, and formulate plans for their
year's work.
The Cabinet club, composed of stti-
dents from, Washington, D. C., held a
successful smoker, entertaining 10
freshmen.
The Kentucky club made plans for
a big smoker to be held one week from
tonight. All first year men are urged
to Qome out.
The Dixie club meeting was post-
poned on account of its conflict with
the meeting of the Kentucky club.

Captain Harold L. Smith, of the i

g or surveying
necessary to I&

Varsity track team, has issued a call"
for all track men to appear on Ferry
field tomorrow afternoon, to begin
outdoor practice. This will continue
for about a month, and will then be
supplemented by workouts at the gym,
for indoor competition.
The present intention is to develop
a strong team for the intercollegiate
class relay races, which will be held
between the third and fourth quarters
of the Penn game, on November 7.
Lockers can be secured from Intra-
mural Director Rowe at the athletic
office.
GRADUATE SCHOOL REGISTERS
TOTAL ENROLLMENT INCREASE.
Enrollment figures for the graduate
department have already exceeded the
total number of students enrolled n
the graduate department at the end of
the first semester of last year. Yes-
terday's figures show 234 students en-
rolled, which is one more than the
total at the end of last January.
This record is considered exception-
ally good, in that these figures are not
final, as it is customary for graduate
students to enroll at different times
throughout the year.

this time to gain a position wi
United Lake Survey. The work
a salary of from sixty to seveni
lars a month. Anyone interestE
gain further particulars from P
T. Johnston of the engineering ft
COMBINED MUSICAL CLUBS
WILL GIVE CONCERT
Little Time Given For Preparat
Many Men Will Be -Tried
For Vacancies
A concert will be given by the
bined musical clubs in the next f
three weeks.
This gives little time to per
wellIrilled organization in eitb
Glee or Mandolin clubs, before
appearance in Hill auditoriui
cause of the large number of ne
who must be fitted into the pla
last year's experienced player
singers.
Rehearsals are bing held tN
week by both clubs, and later
will be three meetings. The i
sals were carried through in a p
ing manner last evening. Th
rehearsals will be Tuesday.

Alpha Nu To Hold Nov
Alpha Nu has prepared
gram for its meeting at
tonight, which will be a
time for the mass meetii
ciety will resolve itself ii
conference, for considerat
to stop the present Europ
Members of the society a
in the roles of ambassa
various powers.

Wesleyan
Guild

rick Waldron, and
rge W. Paterson
nes. The dance
consists of Paul
go E. Braun, '16,

Prof.. Walter
Rauschenbusch
"eThe Cliallenge of the Social
Problems to College Men
and Women"

Methodist
Church
Sunday, Oct.11,
-7.30 P M.

Lecture

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