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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1915.

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TODAY
Organization dinner for Busrah cam-
paign, Methodist church, 5:30
o'clock.
Annual meeting of American Associa-
tion of Collegiate Registrars.
Varsity band rehearses in University
hall, 7:00 o'clock.
All-Fresh tennis meeting in room 348
new engineering building, :_1:30
o'clock.
Tau Beta Pi dinner at Union, 6:00
o'clock.

YOST APPEARS FOR
SPRINGWORKOUTS
Coach Issues Call for 1910 Squad
Aspirants to Appear
at Ferry Field
Tomorrow
CONFERS WITH COCHRAN ABOUT
TRAINING SCHEDULED FOR NEN

CORCH PICKS MEN
FOR PEINN P#ELAYS

Farrell P1)e, s'Iodlayon Sizo
tirii~afl to (Go to PlijIadeiili a
Evenat at Eild or
Week

of

Average
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Routine Work, with Possibly
and Signals, Composes
Practice,

Plays

1L men home
omewhat the TOMORROW
"Trojan Women" at the Whitney the-
rtheir stren- ater, 8:15 o'clock.
he Southland Meetings of American Association of
es are taking Collegiate Registrars in Alumni Me-
>uple of days, morial hall.
n scheduled
day of grace Push Work on New Composition Court,
Work on the new composition tennis
court at Ferry field has commenced
turn to Ann and is being pushed to the limit. The
information cement is being laid with great care
or residence and it -will take a week or 10 days
yet returne(. before it will be ready for use. Many
of the clay courts at the field are now
its two days in fair condition, and are being used
probably be by tennis enthusiasts.

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.ECT 18 PLAYERS
1R TENNIS SQUAD
Man Must Report for Practice
to Captain Reindel by
'End of Week
FOUR MEN LATER ON TEAM

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lverine win- From their showing in the All-Com-
erl after a ers tournament of last fall, 18 men
were picked for the initial Varsity ten-
nis squad, the tentative list posted at
south pro- Ferry field prior to vacation having
time, with been increased by two. From the squad
n, who pro- as composed at the end of this week
ake part in the 1315 quartet will be selected.
. account of The 18 men who compose the present
Brandell, squad are as follows: Ira H. Reindel
1 the worse (captain); J. B. Angell, 2nd; E. T.
returned to Barthel; S. T. Bradbeer; T. H. Bush-
n should be nell; S. L. Cohen; C. B. Crawford; M-.
week. L. Drake; S. H. Eaton; C. E. Hart;
n had this R. W. Jennings; C. N. Mack; J. C.
the hitting Montgomery; H. G. Neff; R. A. Nord;
the batting D. Polasky; J. S. Switzer; E.P. Wright.
nine being Other men who wish to try out for
layed while the team must report to Captain Rein-;
of the men del at the courts some time before the
t, and only end of the week. Every man, who is
luding the on the squad at present or who reports
er .250 for to Captain Reindel for the team, must
appear at least once for practice be-
with a rec- fore the week closes, failure in doing
n more than which will result in his automatically
e trip, and being removed from the list of candi-.
t of his 12 dates.
Benton has' As in former years, Dr. A. C. Lee
who worked will assist the captain during the try-
144 for the outs and sin the final selection of the
e. took part. team. With at least one showing from.
ith .352, and every tryout at the end of the week,
ichols, who the coach and captain will be able to
imes at bat make the first cut in the squad, the
erage equal result being published in The Michigan
has Harsh- Daily and posted on the bulletin board
wo chances. at Ferry field the early part of next

Wearing a smile so broad that he was
forced to remove his stogie from his
mouth, Coach Fielding H. Yost breezed
into Ann Arbor yesterday morning,
ready to put the candidates for the
1915 Varsity football team through a
season of strenuous spring training.
He immediately issued a call for the
players to assemble at Ferry field to-
morrow for the first practice of the
year.
About a dozen of the aspirants were
out in uniform yesterday, and under
the supervision of Captain Cochran,
who appeared in civilian clothes, un-
derwent a light drill. The captain and
the coach held a consultation upon the
work which has been done by the men
during the winter and upon what will-
be done this spi ing. According to all
indications, the work should last for
about one month, although the coach
has not decided the matter.
All of the veterans, with the excep-
tion of 'Jack' Bentbn, who is a mem-
ber of the baseball squad, and Maul-
betsch, who is laid up in the hosItal,
Will be out. It is expected that 'Mallie'
may be able to appear for the later
part of the training
There will be no radical departures
in the system this year, according to
present plans. Routine work will be
indulged in, for the most part, al-
though a few plays and signals may
be mixed in to lessen the monotony.
The coach plans on staying in Ann
Arbor as long as his. business will.
allow, but whether this means two
weeks - or a month no one can tell.
Without doubt, 'Germany' Schultz will
appear for part of 'the drill, but his
arrival is still a matter of guesswork.
,-All of the candidat~es for. the 1915
team are included in the coaches' call.
Tomiorrow's practice will commence
at 3.:00 o'clock, and will last for about
two hours.
MOVE OLD ATHLETIC OFFICES
Allow Spanse' of Lawn for Women's
Dormitories
During the spring vacation, the
offices of the athletic association were
moved from the old building on State
street where they have been located
for a dozen years to the large west
room on the second floor of the club-
house at Ferry field.
The little old structure which housed
the offices of the athletic authorities
is being torn down to allow an expanse
of lawn for the women's dormitory
directly behind it.
The new offices in the clubhouse are
too large to be convenient. In addi-
tion, their inaccessibility to the cam-
pus makes it certain that they will be
located at Ferry field but a short time.
The, athletic authorities hope that in
the proposed addition to the gymna-
sium, room will be allowed for their
ofIices.
Architects Give Dinner to Prof. Lorh
Following a three days' exhibition of
plates prepared by the studio, the De-
troit Architectural Atelier will close
its season Saturday night with a ban-
quet at "Dixieland" in Detroit in honor
of its critic, Prof. Emil Lorch, head of
the architectural college. The Atelier
is a club of Detroit darftsmen organiz-
ed to study various forms of architec-
tural construction. The exhibition will
be held at 14 Adams avenue, west, in
Detroit, tomorrow and Friday evening
and Saturday afternoon, and is open to
the general public.

('E1RTAIN TO TAKE FOUR-MILE
'TEAl IMAND CROSS, lISCUS STAR
Ferris Works Out at Broad ,lump, ,but,
Fails to Equal Necessary
Mark
Coach Farrell of the Varsity track
squad will definitely decide how many3
men he will take to the Penn relays
Saturday at the conclusion of the trials
this afternoon. A four-mile relay team
and Cross are sure to make the trip,
but the final decision with regrd to
the others will be made tonight."
One sprinter will be taken, and the]
decision lies between Captain Smith,
O'Brien and "Al" Robinson.. Captain
Smith was out yesterday afternoon and;
when the other two failed to show up,l
he ran against Kretzschmar Coach
Farrell taking his time. He was in
good shape, and favored by a slight
breeze, tore off the distance in excep-
tionally fast time. O'Brien and Robin-
son will run this afternoon.-
"Johnny" Ferris was working out at
the broad jump yesterday afternoon,
but he failed to equal the mark which
he must attain to make the eastern
trip. "Johnny" was showing to good
advantage, however, and one of his
leaps fell short of the required dis-
tance by less than two inches. On two
or three occasions he came within six
inches of the mark set by the coach.
He will receive another trial this af-
ternoon.
"Bo" Wilson was working at the
pole vault, but was slightly off form,
and failed to top the standards at thej
mark set by Coach Farrell. "Bo" must
clear this height to make the trip, and,
will get another trial this afternoon.
From present indications, Michigant
will not have a hurdler in the high]
sticks at Pennsylvania. Corbin injured
his leg during vacation, and can not
possibl'y be in shape by the end of the
week. Cross will make the trip and
will compete in the discus. He .has
been working out with the discus the
past week and, has shown good form,
equalling the mark set by Coach Far-
rell as the one he must reach to make
the trip.
The coach refused. yesterday after-
noon to state definitely who would run
on the four-mile relay team, but Car-
roll, Ufer, Fox and Donnelly probably
will compose the quartet.
FACULTY ALLOWS COMEDY CLUB
TO PLAY AT JACKSON FRIDAY
Ruberta Woodworth Takes Role Left
Vacant by Illness of
Elsa .Apfel
Permission has. been granted the
Comedy club by the faculty to give a
performance of "Pomander Walk" in
Jackson Friday night, and members of
this year's show are rehearsing every
night from now until Friday in order
to brush up on the lin-es. On account
of the illness of Elsa Apfel, '16, Ruber-
ta Woodworth, '17, will play the role
of Caroline Thring, the part formerly
played by Elsa Apfel.
The troupe will leave Ann Arbor at
3:00 o'clock Friday afternoon on a spe-
cial interurban. The company will be
chaperoned by Prof. Louis A. Strauss
and Mrs. Strauss. Jackson alumni of
the University of Michigan will enter-
tain the company at dinner Friday
night and the players will remain in
Jackson until Saturday.
Reports from Jackson show that
practically all the seats for the .per-
formance have been sold out. The
show will be given in the Athenaeum
theater.

FRESHMAN BALL TOSSERS STAGE
MATCH ON SOUTH FERRY FIELD
Seeoid Team Shows Superiority After
Six iTuings; .Prepare for
Came Saturday
All-Fresh baseball candidates have
started their preparation for the game
to be played with Ypsilanti on Satur-
day, and ,worked out at south Ferry
field yesterday afternoon, when a six
inning game was played between the
first and second teams. For the'third
time the second team succeeded in
whipping their opponents by a 9 to 4
score.
The game started off as though a
real tussle was brewing, but before
long :the second string men brought
in two runs, making the score five to
four in their favor. From then on
there was not much doubt about the
outcome and they cinched the' game
in the last round when they romped
around the bases fo four moA c unt-
ers. The score and lineup fellows:
First team: Riddle 3b, Bialoskey 2b,
Norton cf, Lambert c, Ippel lf, Lutz rf,'
Field ib, Baribeaus ss, Ohlmaker,
McKee p. Second team: Perry, Whalen,
Munro c, Johns cf, Piggott 3b, Loab,
Casgrain rf, Reem, Brown 2b, Ros-
kosky, Hatch lf, Halstead, Walter-
house ss, Hibbard, Drummond 1b,
Purcell, Oglethorpe p.
FirstTeam..........310 0 Vo-A4
Second Team ........3 0 20'0 4-9
BOAT CLUBSTARY
After Smoker at Union Plans to Begin
4'Ive-Day Canvass of Campus.
Discussed1
150 MEN COMPOSE COMMITTEES
Membership campaigners in the Boat
club's five-day campus invasion began
soliciting last night after a "pep" smo-
ker at the Union where about 150 com-
mitteemen assembled. Short talks,
were given by P. D. Koontz, '17L, H. S.
Parsons, '15E, E. B. McKinley, '16,7
commodore of the club, and A. M. Bet-
ley, '16, general chairman of the can-
vass.
Plans were discussed for the imme-
diate campaigning and for the general
work of the organization: Funds rais-
ed will be used largely to aid in erect-
lag a boat house to shelter shells prom-
ised by the Detroit Boat club and to-
gether with the receipts from the local
club's minstrel show slated for April
30, will help finance the annual spring
regatta. Cheap rates have been secur-
ed on lumber, a site has been pledged
by the Eastern Michigan Edison com-
pany, and plans have been outlined by
Intramural Director Floyd Rowe,
whereby the whole construction will
be achieved by student hands.
Campaigners reported at the Union
the results of their work done after the
get-together last night and will contin-
ue to do so until the close of the can-
vass Friday night. The work is divid-
ed among 10 committees of 15 men
each, who expect to cover practically
the entire campus. Memberships are
now selling at one dollar for Union
members, and at $1.50 for any other
male student or faculty man.
Engineers Hold Annual Spring Dance
Engineering society will hold its an-
nual Spring dance from 9:00 to 1:00
o'clock Friday night at Granger's.
Prof. Ralph Curtiss, of the astronomy
department, and Mrs. Curtiss, and Mr.
H. B. French, of the engineering col-

lege, and Mrs. French will be the chap-
erones.
The management of the dance has
been placed in the hands of a commit-
tee consisting of Carl Blomshield, '16E,
chairman, A. C. Simons, '16E, Arthur
Grenell, '16E, L. E. Hughes, '16E, and
Harley Warner, '16E. 'Tickets are on
sale daily in the Engineering society
room in the' engineering building, at
75 cents to members of the society and
$1.00 to non-members.

Nearly 75 meml
many colleges a
present at the or
sixth annual coi
ican association
trars held in Ai

REGiSTRARS I
ANNUALGATH
About 7i Members, Re'pres
Many 'Uni versile
Colleges Conven
Yesterday
PRESIDENT-EMERITUS-.
WELCOMED VISITING D
Several Eminent Men Slate
on Subjects of Inter
Edncatorg

as

colleges and endom
L. A. Kalbach,
Bureau of Educa
with the committe
ties, discussing the
tics used by the
tions of the count
Recorder George
University, will g
morning on. "The

and Dean John R. E
in behalf of President
ins, welcomed the mei
vention.
The general confer
originally for this aft
yesterday afternoon
Registrar Arthur G. B
sion, which took the r
table session, dealt i
the relations of regist
deans and faculty.
Preceding the gene
five sectional confere

This lecture will be open to I
al public, and will start pr(
9:00 o'clock, in room A, Al
morial hall.
A general conference of all
bers will convene at the cl
lecture to discuss problems o-
tioA and assignment to classe
The convention picture wil
at 12:00 o'clock, on the steps
Memorial hall.
Registrar Walter Humphre
Massachusetts Institute of Te
will deliver an address at 1:
on "The New Course in Er
Administration at the Masi
Institute of Technology."
The President, board of re
members of the senate of the
ty of Michigan and their i
tender an informal recepti(
members of the association i
gymnasium at 4:00 o'clock.
Today's sessions will clos
address by Prof. Robert M.)
the philosophy department,
o'clock tonight, in Sarah CE
gell hall. Professor Wenley
on the subject, "American U
as Seen Through the Eyes
eigner.". This address will x
the public.
The sessions of the assoc
continue through tomorrow,
election of officers being schi
tomorrow afternoon.

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The men have been on the courts
since before the holidays and appear
to be in fairly good shape for such an
early stage of the game. Some of -the
tryouts were on the Ferry field courts
daily during the holidays, while Cap-
tain Reindel led a squad through prac-
tice on the composition courts in De-
troit.
"Hub" Bushnell, who has won his
"M" three times as quarter-back under
Coach Yost, is taking a fling at the
sport under Coach Lee's direction, and
made his initial appearance of the year
in tennis togs at Ferry field yesterday
afternoon. The football man is in
good physical condition, and should be.
able to put up a good brand of tennis.

Mechanicils Return from Spring 1
Mechanical engineer's spring trip
inspection, composed of 25 engine
under the direction of Prof. John
Allen and Commander J. H. Rowan
the engineering college, returned
Ann Arbor Monday night after a
day tour through the eastern sta
At Youngstown, O., Michigan alun
entertained the visitors with a banq
and at Washington the governni
provided a special tug on the Poton
river for the use of the party. '
itinerary included Youngstown, Pi
burg, Washington, Philadelphia, N,
York City, Schenectady and Niag
Falls.

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CHICAGO
Under auspices o
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ON APRIL 22nd

at New Whitney Theatre

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