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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1915.

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TODAY
Forum meets at Union at 7:30 o'clock.
University Oratorical contest in Uni-
versity Hall, 8:00 o'clock.
E. H. Martindale speaks on "The Use
and Misuse of Carbon Brushes" in
room 246 of the engineering building
at 7:30 o'clock.
Health service representatives meet i5:
the medical amphitheater, 7:30
o'clock.
International Polity club meet in New-
berry hall, 5:00 o'clock.

HLTR BESTS YEARLINGS HUMBLES SENIORS

NDECIDEDI ON
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V, Carroll
Iptain

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Fresh Eugineers Suffer 1 to 0 Defeat
in Fight for Second Place in
Class League
ONLY GOAL SCORED BY CBANE
Meeting the opponents who fought
them to a tie last Monday night the
combined senior and fresh lits sent the
fresh engineers down to a 1 to 0 defeat
last night in the final game in the in-
terclass hockey series at Weinberg's
skating pavilion. With the victory
goes the possession of the second
place in the class league and the sec-
ond of two sets of numerals to be
awarded, the first set going to the"
science team which won the campus

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Junior and . Fresh Engineers Win
Games From Soph and Senior.
Boilermakers
ARRANGE CONSOLATION SERIES
In spite of heroic efforts on the part
of "Howdy" Marsh, the senior lit has-

THE UNION FORUM.
WHEN-Tonight at 7:30 sharp.
WHERE- Michigan Union.
WHOM-For any college man.
WHAT-Main topic: "The Stud-
ent Council."
WHY-Free discussion brings
results.
WHO-Tonight's leader: W. C.
Mullendore, '16L.
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HOLD ORATORICA1
CONTEST TONICI
Five Speakers to Take Part, Two :
Senior, Two from Junior,
and One from Fresh
- Law Class
CYLPE L WEBSTER, 'OIL, TO
ACT AS PRESIDING OFFI
Select Michigan's Representative
Oratorical League Debate
in Annual Event

arly a full
est compet-

n cinched the 500-
medley relay team
Robinson, Grauman,
. and Donnelly will
th and O'Brien in
pose the two Mich-
ated last night that
i which man would
1,000-yard position
rtet. It is Farrell's
to shift his fastest
mce to the medley
chances look better
hey do in the other.
the outlook for the
tion seems better in
.y, the fleetest run-
ed to run the final
entioned team.
tion of the runners,
derable extent upon
over the 500-yard

TOMORROW
Rev. John Hayes speaks on "How the
Blind Mlan Saw the Elephant" in
Newberry hall, 7:30 o'clock.
Wright Saxophone dance at Union,
9:00 .o'clock.
Junior engineer dinner at Union, 6:00
o'clock.
Kentucky club meets at Union, 7:30
o'clock.
SIGMA NU SHOOTS
ESCAPING BURGLAR
Milton Stacks Seriously Wounded by
Unknown Member When Captured
at Night
CONDITION TODAY MUCH WORSE
Milton Starks, former porter of the
Sigma Nu house, was shot and ar-

championship.
Shortly after the opening of the first-
half the lits made the only score of
the game, Cobane shooting the goal.
He was forced to leave the game on
account of a broken skate and was
replaced by Ohlmacher. The fight con-
tinued through two halves, but after
the beginning of the first neither side
could push over a score.
Attack on the lit goal proved light,'
the tender not being forced to stop the
puck once during the session. Rye,
the engineer goal, and the engineer
forwards, played the stellar game for
the boilermakers, while Cobane and
Kneebone were responsible for the lit
victory.
Although the engineers fought every
step of the way, the better team work
of the lits prevailed, and alone pre-
vented a tie game or an engineer vic-
tory. The lineup and summaries fol-
low:
Lits (1) Engineers (9
Springer......G.............Rye
Hickey ...........P.............Craig
Kneebone......C. P.........Weston
Easton ........R.........Sharpe
Cohen ........... C.......... Hughes
Weiderborner ..L. W.........Barton,

ketball team was forced to accept de-
feat at the hands of the fresh lit quin-
tet last night by a score of 24 to 14.
The senior guard seemed to be the
only man on the team who in any way
held up the reputation of last year's
campus champions. In the entire
game the senior players scored but
three times from the floor. Marsh
shot eight fouls in 14 attempts and
was responsible for one of the baskets
made by the seniors.
Drummond was the particular star
of the freshmen, scoring four times
from the field and caging six out of
seven attempts from the foul line. The
team work of the yearlings had the
last-year men standing still.
The lineup and summary:
Senior Lits (14) Fresh Lits (24)
Stuart.........F............Brown
Field, Chapman ..F ......Drummond
Chapman, Heist. .C............ Miller
Brown. ....G.......... ..Boyd
Marsh. ..G.. .........Nathan
Field goals - Chapman, B r o w n,
Marsh, Drummond 4, Miller 2,, Boyd 2,
Nathan. Fouls-Marsh 8, Drummond
6. Referee-Rowe. Time of halves-
15 minutes.
The junior engineers defeated the
soph engineers by a score of 28 to 20.
Vonachen did stellar work for the win-
ners, since he scored six field baskets
and shot two fouls in three tries. The
jur or engineers now loom up as a
championship possibility. They have
defeated all the teams in their divis-
ion, and will enter the semi-finals with
a good record behind them. The scor-
ing opportunities of the sophs were re-
(Continued on page 4.),

PROF. C. T. JOHNSTON SPEAKS
TO ENGINEERS ON SURVEYING
Prof. C. T. Johnston, of the survey-
ing department, gave a talk to the
fresh engineers yesterday morning. In
his talk, Professor Johnston reviewed
methods of surveying in foreign coun-
tries and in this country, and told of,
the different methods employed in au-
thorized surveying work in general.
He spoke briefly on the future demand
of surveyors, and the fact that they
must take an active part in matters of
public "concern in the community in
which they live, in order to su.cceed.
TH IRD FORUM 'TO
BEHELDTONIGHT
Will Discuss Student Council Problem
and Old System of Election of
Officers
MAY TAKE UP OTHER QUESTIONS

According to completed plans, Mich
igan's twenty-fifth University Orator
cal contest, which will result in tl
selection of a representative in th
Northern Oratorical League battl
will result in the selection of a repra
sentative in the Northern Oratoric;
League battle, will begin at 8:(
o'clock tonight in Univeity Hal
Clyde I. Webster, '01L, ,f_,,d State
district attorney, and pr,!ticing law
yer in Detroit, will act as presidin
officer.
Judges chosen for the occasion ai
as follows: Secretary Shirley W
Smith, Mrs. Arthur W. Stalker, Pro
Warren P. Lombard, Prof. George V
Patterson, Prof. Edson R. Sunderland
Prof. S. Lawrence Bigelow and Pro
Ralph W. Aigler.
Five speakers will participate, tw
representing the senior class, two be
ing picked from the juniors, and on
acting as spokesman for the combine
fresh law and soph lit classes. C. IH
loss, '15, has chosen for his subjeci
"The Cost of Kings," while Franc-,
L Hickok, '15, the only woman con
testant, will speak on, "The Mission o
New Womanhood." "The Passing o
┬░he Party" is the topic to be treated by
J. F. Cotton, '16, and Paul V. Rams
dell, '15, will talk on, "The American
City." The oration of I. S. Toplon, '18
will deal with, "Legalized Murder."
The winner of first honors wil
speak for Michigan in the Northern
Oratorical League contest in May, wil

ch rested last Tuesday night for break-
ili- ing into the house on an alleged at-
ce. tempt to steal. Sta.ks was first seen
' by a member of the fraternity who
was on a night watch which the mem-

"Is the Student Council Fulfilling
Its Function, and is the System of
Election to the Council Satisfactory?"
is the question which will be discussed
at the third meeting of the Forum, to
be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
Union. W. C. Mullendore '16L, will
preside.
It is hoped by those in charge of the
Forum meetings that the discussion
around the campus in regard to the
working of the council, which has.
been a live topic for some time, will
be brought to a head at tonight's as-

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bers had decided to keep since the
anging various robberies in Ann Arbor have
"Joe" been going on. The one who caught
fastest the negro confronted him with a re-
p, and volver, and gave the alarm. Others in
e even the house appeared and the negro was
soon covered with several revolvers, a
ft this rifle and a rolling pin.
Ivance In trying to escape he was shot in
Sr e the small of the back, and hit behind

Cobane, .
Ohlmacher .....R. W.......Ballinger PLAN TO INSTALL COMBINED
Summaries: Time of halves-15 ASPHALT AND CEMENT COURT
minutes. Score end first half, lits 1,
engineers 0; final score, lits 1, en- Intramural Director Rowe has been

npionships. Both are in
ape, and should give aj
of themselves, although
pittel against some of
printers in both intercol-
mateur athletic club cir-
WENLEY WILL GIVE
ENTEN VESPER TALK
't M. Wenley of the Phil-
tment will give the third
f Lenten vesper talks at
Episcopal church this af-
30 o'clock on the general
rhe Need of Religion in
." The talk this after-
development of a -gener-
each lecture is complete
students in the universi-
ith the general public are
end.
?. Tatlock of the English
'as scheduled to give an
afternoon, but owing to
of Professor Wenley to
the city tomorrow after-
iange was made and the
Liturgies," scheduled for
given by Professor Tat-
w afternoon at 4:30
VON TO SPEAK AT
N SCIENCE CHURCH

the ear with the rolling pin. The
police traced the burglar to the Huron
club where they arrested him. A gold
watch and chain and several articles
or lesser value were found in his
pockets. The watch and chain had
probably been stolen from some other
fraternity house, as it did not belong
to any members of the Sigma Nu fra-
ternity.
The negro's wounds may prove more
serious than was at first anticipated,
as his condition today is much worse..
The members of the fraternity refused
absolutely to give any information
concerning the affair yesterday morn-
ing.
ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE BOUGHT
TO OBVIATE SMOKE AND NOISE'
University Will Also Purchase Shrubs
Which Are to Be Placed in
Front of Law Building
In order to do away with the smoke
and noise arising from the steam en-
gines operatfrhg on the spur from the
Michigan Central tracks to the univer-
sity power plant and shop buildings,
an electric locomotive has been pur-
chased from the General Electric com-
pany for $6,360.
An order for $500 to $600 worth of
shrubbery will be placed by the build-
ing and grounds department today.
The shrubs will be planted along State
street from in front of University hall
past the law building, being part of a
definite plan of landscape gardening
to beautify the campus. The next step
in this line will be taken after the
new science building is completed,
when shrubbery will be set out along
North University avenue.'

gineers 0. Referee-W. Cochran.
Umpire-Alt.
LARGE ATTENDANCE FEATURES
FIRST UNION FACULTY NIGHT
Prof. H. E. Riggs Expresses Himself
as Highly Pleased With-Outcome
of Meeting'

With an attendance of about 175
students and 20 faculty men, the Un-
ion inaugurated its first faculty night
last evening. Although the faculty
represented the civil engineering and
surveying departments, a- few of the
students present were from the other
colleges and schools.
No set program was carried out, as
the meeting was intended to be an in-
formal get-together. Prof. H. E. Riggs,
who was in charge of the affair, ex-
pressed himself as highly pleased with
the outcome of the meeting, and ad-
vised that the sessions be continued.

investigating the relative merits of
various forms of composition tennis
courts, and ,-according to a statement
made by him yesterday afternoon it
is probable that a combination cement
and asphalt court will be installed at
Ferry field.
The court consists in a cement foun-
dation with a coating of asphalt, which
is designed to relieve the strain on the
feet of the players, and to add to the
resilience of the playing surface. It
is probable that the court will be in-
stalled by the beginning of April so as
to allow the Varsity tennis 'squad
about a month in which to prepare for
its eastern invasion.
E. H. Martindale Will Speak Tonight
E. H. Martindale, of the National
Carbon company, will speak on "The-
Use and Misuse of Carbon Brushes,"
at 7:30 o'clock this evening, in room
246 of the engineering building. The

sembly.
In case the consideration of the
question drags, one of the minor sub-
jects which have been announced may
be brought up.
PICTURES OF SENIORS ASKED
BY APPOINTMENT CO1UITTEE
Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the educational
department, vice-chairman of the ap-
pointment committee, announced yes-
terday that all pictures of seniors and
others enrolled with the ocirmittee
must be handed in within ten days. Un-
less the pictures are in before March
15 it will be impossible for the ap-
pointment committee to aid the delin-
quents in securing teaching positions.
Superintendents and principals will
soon be coming in to look over pros-
pective teachers so it is important
that all who expect to teach make out
location blanks and a schedule of their
classes for this semester in order that
they may be found when necessary.
Both pictures and location blanks may
be handed in at the regular office
hours of the committee, from 1:30 to
3:30 o'clock daily.
SAYS CAMPUS THEATER WOULD
BE PRAISEWORTHY ENTERPRISE
Mr. J. H. Marks, superintendent of
buildings and grounds, speaking un-
officially, said, when interviewed yes-
terday, that in his opinion provision
for a campus theater would be made
within four or five years, when a new
building for the literary department
would probably be built, in which
some provision would undoubtedly be
made for a theater. He thought that
a senior lit memorial Which would
take the form of a subscription to such
an enterprise would be praiseworthy,
and said that the money could be
profitably invested in the meantime.

ENGINEERS I
BUREAU I

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be presented with the Chica
medal, and will be awarded
man Testimonial of $100.
place will be given the other
Testimonial of $50.
The contest is an event on
torical association program
son tickets will be honored
sion, other than by tickets,
cents. Doors will be clos
speeches.

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lecture

is open to all students.

r-
.N
C I A r ALU N oEDA.
CHICAGO ALUMNI MEDAL

This medal, to be given to
the winner of the University
Oratorical contest tonight in-
University Hall, was design-
ed by L. H. Sullivan, archi-
tect of the Chicago Auditori-
um building, and engraved by
the United States mint en-
graver at Washington, D. C.
The medal is on exhibit in
museums of Paris, Petrograd
and Berlin. Andrew D.
White, at one time professor
in the University of Michi-
gan, later president of Cor-
nell, and now United States
ambassador to. Germany, up-
on seeing the medal in the
Berlin museum, expressed

War and General Hard Times Hi
Been Instrumental in Starting
New Movement
War and general hard times in en
neering lines have just put a mo
ment on foot in the College of Er
neering to establish an employm
bureau for engineers, to be opera
like the appointment committee of
literary college, in facilitating
employment of graduates, both of t
year's class, and of past classes of1
college.
The move has received the shnct
of President H. B. Hutchins, and
Dean M. E. Cooley and the heads
the various departments of the C
lege of Engineering and is now
fore the standing committee of1
college to secure the support of t
body before being presented to
board of regents. A decision is
pected to be made when Dean Coo
returns to Ann Arbor Friday to cal
meeting of the committee.
The idea has been fostered
George F. Prussing, '15E, since its
ception, and the bureau, if establish
will be of exceptional value to t
present senior engineering class
cause it is said that, for the last
months, activities have been alm
at a standstill in engineering lines, a
in some cases experienced men ha
been laid off.
- VIVACIOUS

" will be the title
liam R. Rathvon,
Colo., tonight at
s local Christian
admission will be

the opinion that the medal was the finest of its kind that he had ever seen.

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