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Band Bounce in Hill auditorium, 8:00
o'clock.
Round-up dance at the Armory, 9:00

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Bridge tourney at Union, 7:30 o'clock.
Junior engineer "Nut and Bolt" dance
at Union, 9:00 o'clock.
Prof. R. M. Wenley lectures in St. An-
drew's church, 4:30 o'clock..

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TOMORROW

(4eneral Opinion Expressed at Union
Rules against Present Plan
of Prohibiting Summer
Baseball
IERGUSON TALKS IN FAVOR OF
ABOLISHING DISLIKED RULING
Raise Objections That Professional
Players Will Invade
College Teams
That the present system whereby
summer baseball is prohibited to Var-
sity players is wrong, was the general
opinion expressed at the second For-
um held at the Union last night. There
was a difference of ideas as to thej
method to be used in clanging the ex-
isting rule, as some wanted to permitl
men to play in the summer, and one
man even advised the abolition of in-,

SUBMIT NEW SONS
Waldo Fellows, '14, to Introduce Work
of Fred Lawton Entitled, "She's
the Old Girl of Half a
Dozen Fellows"
OVER 200 PERSONS TAKE PART
IN SECOND BIG BAND CONCERT
"Cheese It," Comedy Melodrama by W.
A. P. John, Leads Humorous
Numbers
J. Fred Lawton, '11, of Detroit, writ-
er of "Laddie," and other popular song

PROFESSOR R.L WENLEY TALKS
AT EPISCOPAL CHURCH TODAY
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the philoso-
phy department, will deliver a talk on
"Factors Operative in the Religious
Life," at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in
St. Andrew's church. This is the sec-
ond of a series of Lenten vesper talks
being given by Professor Wenley on
the general subject, "Need in Common
Life." The subject treated next week
will be "Man in the Realm ,of Nature,
Evil."
The series of talks being given by
Professor Wenley are under the aus-
pices of the Hobart Guild, and students
and the general public may attend
them.

GIVE TRACK SQ0A1
FINAL STIFF DRI
'Today's Final Practice before N
Dame Meet Promises
to Be Light
Workout
W. B. PALMER RESIGNS FROM
OFFICE OF VARSITY MANA(
C. H. Lang Takes Office of Presid
of Board, Left Vacant by
Resignation
Trainer Steve Farrell sent his M

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Michigan-Notre Dame track meet,
Waterman 1gymlnasim, 7:30 o'clock.
Membership dance at Union, 9:00
o'clock.
Chess and Checker club meet at Un-
ion, 7:30 o'clock.
Soph lit dance in Barbour gymnasium,
2:30 o'clock.

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SCIENCE SEPTETTE
WINS RINK HONORS
Takes Campus Hockey Championship
by 3 to 0 Defeat of Combined
Lit Team
BURRELIL PLAYS STELLAR ROLE
Campus hockey honors went to the
science team when it administered a 3
to 0 defeat to the combined lit team at

rival fresh lit
ought contest
playing by
and squad in
finish. The
)ws:
forfeit}

tercollegiate baseball.
C. W. Ferguson, '15L, pitcher on last
years team, said, "On the trip last
year, the sentiment among many of
the eastern institutions was that if
some one would take the lead in abol-
ishing the summer rule, they would
follow. But are we in a position to do
it? If we get rid of the ruling, and
then have a winning team, they of
course will say that we can win under
such a loose system. I am in favor of
abolishing the rule only if the other in-
stitutions agree to follow."
The chief objection to doing away
with the ruling was' that professional
players might invade college athletics.
With no rule to keep them out, inter-
collegiate baseball might become com-
mercialized. This was answered by
the argument that if a man came to
college, and passed the necessary ;a
year's work, he must have some desir#*
for the educational advantages. Fur-
thermore, no regular professional
player would play college baseball
while belonging to an outside team, for1
the intercollegiate season breaks into l
the middle of the league schedules.

hits, has just finished a new song to
be introduced by Waldo Fellows, '14,
tonight at the "Band Bounce,", which
will begin at 8:00 o'clock in Hill audi-
torium. The name of the song is,
"She's the Old Girl of Half a Dozen
Fellows," and according to a letter re-
ceived from Lawton yesterday, the
song will be published if it is well re-
ceived tonight.
With Waldo Fellows, '14, and Gordon
Eldredge, '14, leading off the bill, And
with an advance ticket sale amounting
to more than 2,500 last night, it is ex-
pected that the auditorium will be
crowded when the Varsity band gives
its second concert of the year. More
than 200 persons will take part in the
concert, the Varsity musicians num-
bering 45, the Girls' Glee club 60, and
the men's Glee club another 50, and
the other features on the program in
addition.
"Cheese It," the comedy melodrama
by W. A. P. John, '16, will be one of
the leading humorous numbers in the
entertainment, with its laughable take-
off on the old sttyle melodramas, three
"villians" and two "heros" making up
the cast.
In the "all-star" cast which will put
on the skit, are M. C. Wood, '17, who
had the leading part in "Pomander
Walk," E. A. Sachs, '17, who was with
the Jesse' Bonistelle Co., for three
years; C. S. Lamb, '18, who appeared at
the first "Band Bounce," E. G. Hildner,
lit., E. V. Fishburn, '15E, and A. F.
Paley, '17.
The box office of Hill auditorium will
be kept open after 4:00 o'clock today.
All ticket sellers are urged to turn in
an account to.the band office, by. 6:00
o'clock tonight.

Soph Lits Will Give Dance .Tomorrow
Postal cards have been sent out by
the soph lits to the effect that they
will give a dance tomorrow afternoon,
from 2:30 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock, in
Barbour gymnasium. The music will
be furnished by Fisher's orchestra.
Tickets for the dance are 25 cents
each.
SENIOR LlITS 9WAvNT'
OPEN AIR TKEATERH .
Consider Proposition of Subscription
of $500 towards Erection
of Memorial
WOULD BUILD WEST OF LIBRARY1

verine track athletes through their;1
strenuous practice yesterday aft
noon, putting practically every n
on his squad under the watch fo
real test of speed. The Michigan
tries in the field events also w
through a hard practice, and will
day receive but light work-outs
a final preparation for the clash w
Notre Dame on Saturday night.
The three runners certain to be
the.Varsity relay team, Captain Sm;
O'Brien and M. G. Robinson, were dr
ed in "touching off" each other, a
showed fast time in their attemp
Carroll, who will have a hard fil
with the Catholic star, Waage, wen
fast 15 laps, finishing with a stro
spurt. Ufer and Fox were timed fo:
half-mile run, while the whole squ
was given a careful drilling in sta
ing.

C""" Weinberg's arena yesterday in the fin-
ilson .
Jans al and championship match of the in-
rton tramural season.
uinn Two individual stars were largely
(C) responsible for the victory of the sci-
ase, ence team,- Qaptain-elect Cochran of
r 4, the football team proving to be the
ref- mainstay in the defense of the victors,
-15 and Burrell, playing at cover point be-
ing the man who marked up the two
.h a counters for the winners in the first

Senior lits at their class meeting
yesterday afternoon rediscussed the
memorial to be left by the class, and
are now considering the substitution of
a subscriptionof $500 toward the build-
ing of an open air theater on the cam-
pus, instead of devoting this sum to a
scholarship fund, as was first decided
upon.
The open air theate, as proposed,.
would be built west of ie library, the,
stage to be erected on Lie property at
the rear of the residerce of President-
Emeritus James B. Angell, and as de-
scribed would be "a medium between
Hill auditorium and 'iarah Caswell
Angell hall."
Opinion in the class was so divided
on the subject, some claiming the pro-
posal wholly impractical at the pres-
ent time, and others supporting the
movement heartily, that It was decided
to think the matter over and reserve
decision until the next class meeting
which is to be held next week.
,Nominations for various offices, the

Officials for the dual meet were a
nounced last night by the atnietic a
sociation officials, and include man
of those who had charge of the Fres
Soph meet last week. Bert Maris
Detroit will have charge of the me
as both referee and starter. The o
ficials, according to the instructio:
given to them yesterday, are to repo
at 7:15 o'clock, while the meet itself
scheduled to commence at 7:30 o'cloc
Varsity Track Manager W. B. Palr
or yesterday afternoon presented' b
resignation from that office to th
board of directors of .the athletic a
sociation, of which he was presiden
He gave as his reason scholastic dif
culties. Baseball Manager C. H. Lan
was elected by the board to take Palm
er's place as president while the choo
ing of a new track manager will pro
ably occur at the next meeting of th
directorate.
The following are the officials a
named:
Referee and starter-Bert Maris
clerk of course-Sid Millard; assistan
clerks-A. E. Stoll, E. T. Barthel, E. .
Ward. Jack Finkenstaedt: track iud;

e score was counted in the sec-
half, Campbell shooting a goal out
melee which occurred in front of
it goal. Kneebone and SpringerI
the lit team's stars and to them
the credit for the smallness of the
ce score.

NOTRE DAME TRACK SQUAD HAS
BASEB.ALL STARS FOR CONTEST
Authorities Reach Decision in Order
to Have Greatest Strength
against Michigan l

.. Crosby The lineup and summaries follow:
shouse (C) Science (3) Lit (0)
4) Cochran......... G ....... Springer
- Waara............ P ...... Ohlmacher
DATES ' Burrell.......... C.P.. Kneebone
'RACTICE Christianson..... C ..........Cohen
Campbell......... R .. Wiedenborner
doled with Peters.......... L.W ........ Easton
ly Richards ......R.W........Cobane
Goals-Burrell 2, Campbell 1. Score
end first period, Science 2, Lits 0; fin-
after two al score, Science 3, Lits 0.
rsity base-
rm yester- RIFLE MEN MEET LEHIGH TODAY
e being di--
r two bat- Contest Slated to Start at 1:00 P. Mw
-ly 50 men on Ferry Field
k practice, Lehigh University is the opponent
hours in against whom the Michigan rifle team
es handed is scheduled to shoot this afternoon,
chers who the match being slated to take place

most of
ng end o,
well. Dav-f

rho

vever, when the
g, it being the
that the men'
orking into the
he expects them

at 1:00 o'clock at the Ferry field rifle
range.
The men who have been chosen to
shoot in this afternoon's match are:
Thompson, Anderson, Steere, Simons,
Wilcoxen, Schoepfle, Moser, Curtiss,
Marks and Hussey with Lee and Moul
as alternates.
Edison Company Gives Scenario Prize
Prizes have been awarded by the Ed-
ison Company, Inc., for the best motion
picture scenarios submitted to them in
the contest held for students of all
universities. Owing to the fact that
so few acceptable scenarios were hand-
ed in, the conditions were changed for
the awarding of the prizes, and only
one prize of $100 was given. The win-
ning scenario was submitted by Wil-
liam Marston, of Harvard University.'

SOUTH BEND, IND.,. Feb. 25.
-Mills, Duggan and Bergman, stars of
last year's 'Varsity nine, will remain'
with the track team until after the
Michigan and Wisconsin dual meets.
This was the decision reached yester-
day by Notre Dame authorities, who
wish to have the greatest strength pos-
sible in the field against the Wolver-
ines and Wisconsin.1
Bergman is one of the three d sh
men, and his excellent showing IIde
thus far this year has caused the coach
to retain him with the track squad.
Mills is already known to Michigan
baseball fans, for his home run wal-
lop of "Doc" Baribeau was one of the
longest smashes the Michigan rooters
had ever seen.
Bachman, the local shot putter, is
confident of beating Michigan's weight
man. Kohler finished second to Bach-
man in the I. A. C. meet, which shows.
that the local lad is now in pretty good
shape.
Kirkland has been improving some-
what over the hurdles, and is showing
better form over the high barriers
than he has yet this season, although
Michigan seems destined to garner the
big share of the points in this event.
Prof. R.M. Wenley to Soon Finish Iook
Prof. R. M. Wenley is writing a book
on the life of the late philosopher. D.
W. Morris, former professor of ph' os-
ophy at Michigan. The volume is 'ear-
ly finished except for the last chtpter,
for which Professor Wenley is collect-
ing anecdotes and intimate details,

HONOR SOCIETIES COMPLETE
PLANS FOR COMBINED BANQUET
Members of campus departmental
honorary societies have completed ar-'
rangements for a dinner to be held at
the Michigan Union at 6:00 o'clock
Wednesday night. More than 125 men
have mailed post cards to Howard R.
Marsh, '15, who is in charge of the
affair, promising to attend.
Sphinx, Barristers, Archons, Druids,
Vulcans and Triangles are the socie-
ties represented, who gather in order
to cultivate closer acquaintances be-
tween men of different departments.
The committee arranging for the din-
ner is composed of Howard R Marsh,
'15, chairman, Francis F. McKinney,
'16L, J. C. Abbott, '15E, Tom C. Trelfa,
'16E, Carl Schoeffle, '15L, and David
R. Ballentine, '16.
CORNELL LOOKS FOR FENCING
TEAM TO WIN FROM MICHIGAN
ITHACA., N. Y., Feb. 25.-Cor-
nell's Varsity fencing squad is work-
ing hard this week in preparation for
the Michigan match on Saturday night,
and while little is known here of the
strength of the 'Wolverine team, Cap-
tain Chapman and his men expect to
win from the visitors.
The Varsity leader is displaying
wonderful form with the foils this win-
ter, and he has been meeting all com-
ers in ,the preliminary tournaments
with no sign of defeat. Da Costa,
Moore, Lima and White have also been;
showing up well during the last few
days.

election to take place at t -: f, meet-
ing, were made as follow* v$ .Harry
Miller; orator, C. H. Lar. . Witting,
C. H. Ross and L. K. Frit n; histo-
rian, Mildred Rees, Hazel McCauley
and Margaret Foote; prc het, Hazel
Goodrich, Verra Burridge,,Marion Mc-
Pherson and Neva Norton.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB COIBINES
MEETING TO BE HEI' MONDAY
Following the initial meeti .g of the
International Polity club held yester-
day afternoon, a combined meeting of
that organization and the Cosmopoli-
tan club has been arranged for 7:30
o'clock Monday evening in Harris hall.
Dr. George W. Nasmyth, director of
the International Bureau of students,
and president of the Associ tion of
Cosmopolitan clubs, will talk on
America and the World Stat ,." The
meeting is not confined to ni.mbers of
the two clubs, but all who a2 ; interest-
ed are invited to attend.
Web and Flange Holds First Banquet
Web and Flange, engine(ring soci-
ety, held its first dinner of the semes-
ter at 6:00 o'clock last night at the
Union. C. O. Wisler and J.IH. Bring-'
hurst, instructors in the Eu Pneering
college, and James W. Rayni rd, '15E ,
spoke to the society. The l named1
talked on, "The Present Siatus oft
M ichigan's Athletic Rela ,-ions with
Harvard."

IWinr 1 Cook, Tilllim Cochra
Ferris; announcer-Jack V
scorers-T. Hawley Tapping,
Church, F. P. Wright, H. A. Fit
Ch ' )uler; timers--.e s
May, Evans Holbrook, C. B. H
The following are the entrie
35-yard dash: Michigan-
O'Brien, Lapsley, Ziegler, Ro
Notre Dame-Bergman, Hardy
Shaughnessy, Duggan.
40-yard hurdles: Michigan-
Catlett, Wilson; Notre Dami
land, Duggan, Shaughnessy.
440-yard dash:Michigan-Bur
inson, Huntington, Fontana, Jo
tre Dame-Henehan, Welsh, B
Hardy.
880-yard run: Michigan-Bur
ver, Fox, Ufer, Carroll, Donne
tre Dame-McDonough, V
Waage.
1 mile run: Michigan-G:
(Continued.on Page 4)
Members of Craftsmen Will Be
Members of the Craftsmen
will be the guests of the Gold
an' Fraternity Lodges of Am
at the Masonic Temple at 6:00
tonight. More than 300 guests
pected to attend, as representa
the two societies. The regular
of he Craftsmen society will
at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night.

comes through the
at three dates have
the Farmer's base-
ames with the Wol-
ng the day on which
y M. A. C. at Lan-
nd 29 being the days
engagement at the
d.

" CURSE YOU! VICTOR, THE VIPER-R-R-R ! 1"
I will not give up them teeth," gasped Catherola DeFiddle And
with th-it, the dastardly villain snuck his 42cm. Krupp out of his
pocket. -11a-- - -", he chortled.
What Victor, The Viper chortled will come out in the most
uproarious skit of the season, -S

"FASTER, OH FASTER, BLACK BEAUTYI! !!
urged our hero. The gallant steed responded nobly, and]
De Barry, his trusty bludgeon. gleaming fitfully ove
shoulder, soon caught sight of
What handsome Harry De Barry caught sight of will be re'
in that scream of wit and humor,

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