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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. MAY15, 1 915

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of Both Nines Chosen
Afternoon's Game;
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TODAY
Track meet-Michigan vs. Syracuse,
Ferry field, 2:00 o'clock.
Baseball-Michigan vs. Cornell, Ferry
field, 3:30 o'clock.
Membership dance at Union, 9:00
o'clock.

NBY UNDERCLASSES

JHN RKCORMACK
UNABLE TO APPER

Need 70
of

More Men in Relays, One
Tug-of-War Teams Still
Have to Be Re-
crulted'

Half

Famous Irish Singer Forced to
Festival Engagement
For Friday
May 21

CancelI

EXTEND TIME OF TRIALS TO
INCLUDE TODAY'S ATTEMPTS

Big Red Team
n's Players
it Edge

Gives Straw' hat day.
1TOMORROW

Plan Mass

Meetings for
and Thursday
Nights

Wednesday

GIOVANNI MARTINELLI WILL
SING ON EVENING LEFT OPEN
Successor to Caruso Is Leading Tenor
of Metropolitan Opera
Company r
Giovanni Martinelli, the leading ten-

THIS AFTERNOON'S
ATHLETIC PROGRAM
-o-
Michigan-Syracuse Outdoor
Track Meet,
TIME--2:00 o'clock.
Officials
STARTER AND REFEREE-
B. A. Maris.
CLERK OF COURSE-Sid Mil-
lard.
ASSISTANT CLERKS-Al Stoll,
John Sanders, Robert Franz,
J. S. Burrows.
TRACK JUDGES--Prof. W. F.
Verner, Don C. May, Prof. C.
W. Cook, W.B.Palmer, Charles
Barton, William Cochran.
INSPECTORS-E. E. Helmstet-
ter, A. W. Deas, Jr., Prof. E.
H. Kraus, John B. Parker,
Kemp S. Burge, E. F. Connely.
ANNOUNCER-John R. Wat-
kins.,
SCORERS-T.H.Tapping.F.M.

th the honors of the past 30 gam-
out evenly divided between them,
.gan and Cornell clash in the
-first of their baseball encoun-
at 3:30 o'clock at Ferry field to-
Each side is sending its best
st the other, Regan, the Ithacan
twirler being slated to oppose
gan, while Sisler, the Wolver-
best will face the Cornellians.
the ,30 games played between
representing the two universi-
since relations were opened in
17 have been won by Michigan,
he remaining 13 have been cap-
by the team which hails from
pores of Lake Cayuga. The dis-
ion of runs is even, Michigan
g by the slight margin of six
L70 to Cornell's 164.
nell's team has been going slowly,
f Coach Lundgren's training in
g practice has had any effect,
gan should be able to push over
ory with Sisler in the box. It
ely that Anderson will be the
o fill his place in the outfield,
gh Niemann may get into the
if a right hander is put into the

DASHES AND HURDLI
STAGED ON OPPO

WILL

ORANGE AUDIE
W L USE STA1
Mile, Two-Mile, and Relay
Finish before Concr
Stand at Syracuse
Contest

Rev. Lloyd C. Douglass speaks on "Ex-
orcism-A Profession," at the Con-
gregational church, 10:30 o'clock.
Rabbi Felix A. Levi speaks before the
Jewish Student Congregation, McMil-
lan, hall, 6:45 o'clock.

With the
a week off,

annual spring games but
and the time already ex-

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HONOR SYSTEM CONSIDERATION
COMMITTEE MAKES UPREPORT
In place of the paniphlet of informa-
tion, which was to have been issued by;
the honor system consideration com-
mittee of the engifteering college, the
members are preparing a final report,
which will soon be ready.
The report will contain much of the
material which has been gathered for
the pamphlet, but will be more
lengthy and will summarize the find-
ings of the committee.
ITHACA SQUAD.1HA9S
MEDIOCRE RECORD
Recent Improvement at Bat Threatens
Pitching Averages of
Opponents

pired for the official tryouts, no "pep"
has been shown yet by either the
freshmen or sophomore classes in re-
porting ,for the preliminary trials.,.
While 96 men are needed for the
relays, up to date but 26 men have re-
ported for the contests, and more than
half of the number needed for the
tug-of-war teams still have to be re-
cruited. In view of this, the student
counceilmen in charge. decided yester-
day to extend the time to give one
more tryout for each event. The last
relay preliminary will be held at Fer-
ry field from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock this
morning, the men reporting at the
clubhouse. The last opportunity to
weigh in for the tug-of-war teams will
come on Monday afternoon, from 2:00
to 5:00 o'clock, at Waterman gymna-
sium.

ps for the two
[-Gordon, m;
3b; Bills, ss;
Sutterby, rf;
. Michigan-
2b; Brandell,
c; Labadie, rf;
Anderson, lf.

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CORNELLIANS WIN 4,

LOSE

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ITHACA, N. Y., May 14.-Cornell
started the 1915. season with a 10 to 1
def~at of thp M rl ard Ac ria ad

angles, engineering honor soci-
eld their preliminary initiation
engineering arch yesterday at
Here the initiates labored many
burnishing the double triangle,
ia of the organization, which is
the walk at the center of the
Those initiated, who were all
the sophomore class, are: S. M.
is, H. E. Carlson, 14. L. Carroll,
Collins, L. M. Kishlar, J. W.
ann, G. A. Scheibel, H. C. Snyder,
Taylor, H. E. Wilson.
initiation banquet was held in
ening at the Catalpa Inn. Prof.
White, of the chemical engineer-
partment, and Prof. H. H. Hig-
the electrical eng.eering de-
ent were the facity speakers.
Parsons, '15E, B. C. Jeter, '16E,
. L. Carroll, '17E, were the stu-
peakers.

ueeL e ary 'ana xgges, arM
then proceeded to strike a batting
slump which lost the remaining six
games on the southern trip for the
Ithacans. Of the seven games which
have been played by the team since its
return from the south, Cornell has
won three and has been beaten by
Bucknell, Columbia, Princeton and No-
tre Dame. The total for the season
stands 10 games lost and four won.
The poor hitting of the team is the
only thing that is keeping Regan, Bry-
nt, Johnson and Russell from winning
incessantly, these men being as good
pitchers as have been seen at Ithaca
for some time. The last few. games'
have been won by the Cornellians, and
with a continuance of the batting'
which has been shown in these later
contests the Red team should again
strike its real form. If this hitting
can. be sustained it bodes ill for the
pitchers that face the Cornell team in
the future.
Clary, last year's freshman catcher,
has taken the place of Schirick behind
the bat. Schirick was captain of last
year's nine, and his successor is con-
ceeded to be even better than he. In
addition to capability at receiving,
Clary shows a strong tendency to hit,
clipping it off at .322 for the season.
Captain Donovan at short and Bills
at second are the strong men in the
infield, forming the duet which cares
for the key-stone sack. Bills holds
down short in most creditable fashion-
and also gets time to hit .332 regularly.

Description of Teams
For the tug-of-war, three teams se-
lected from the freshmen and sopho-
mores, who report to be weighed in,
will enter the contest. The battle will
be staged at the point between the gas
plant and Argo dam, west of the Mich-
igan Central depot. There will be 50
men on each team. The heavyweights
must weigh more than 160 pounds to
qualify, the middleweights between
135 and 160, and the lightweights 135
pounds. Every freshman and sopho-
more is eligible to take part in the
,contest, which will start at 4:05
o'clock next Friday afternoon.
The relay obstacle races, in which
the runners dive through barrels and
clamber over fences eight feet in
height, together with the push ball
contest, will begin at 8:30 o'clock
Saturday morning. Three relay teams,
of 16 men each will compete in, the
races, while push ball, being a "free
for all," will give all the men in both
classes an opportunity to take part in
the big underclass fight. The student
council will announce the names of
the men who make the relay and tug-
of-war teams, on Thursday morning.
Classes Will Select Captains
In order to arrange for selecting the
captains for the various events, a'
meeting of all the fresh and sopho-
mo're class presidents will be held at
the Michigan Union at 10:00 o'clock
tomorrow morning for a conference
with the student councilmen in charge.
According to the plan of rotating
the offices, the fresh lits will choose
from their ranks the captains of the
lightweight tug-of-war team, the sec-
ond relay team, and the push ball lead-
er. Fresh engineers will choose the
captains of the heavyweight and mid-
dleweight tug-of-war teams, and of
the third relay team, while the com-
bined fresh classes homeops, dents,
pharmics and architects choose the
captain of the first relay team.
Captains of the soph teams will be
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or of the Metropolitan Opera company,
will appear at the Friday night May
Festival concert, taking the place of
John McCormack, who has been forced
to cancel his engagement here on ac-
count of a breakdown in his health.
Although it has been known for
some time that Mr. McCormack has
been -suffering from ill health, it was
thought by his manager that he would
be able to fulfill his engagement in
Ann Arbor. But to guard against any
unforseen setback in his condition, the
May Festival management made ten-
tative arrangements with Mr. Martin-
elli, in case Mr. McCormack was un-
able to be present. Definite notice
that Mr. McCormack would not be able
to come to Ann Arbor was received
yesterday, and immediately the May
Festival authorities got in touch with
Mr. Martinelli and made the necessary
final arrangements with him.
Mr. Martinelli sprang into promi-
nence a few years ago at Covent Gar-
den, London, and' at LaScala, Italy,
and was invited to join the Metropoli-
tan Opera forces two years ago when
the management of the institution was
looking for a successor to Caruso,
whose frequent indispositions made it
apparent that a successor would be
needed shortly. For a year he alter-
nated with Caruso in the leading op-
eratic roles, and with Caruso's depart-
ure in the middle of the present oper-
atic season, stepped automatically into
his place as leading tenor of .the Met-
ropolitan Opera company.
MEDICAL SCHOOL ADOPTS NEW
A, B; C, D, E, MARKING SYSTEM
Change Will Take Effect with June
Examinations; to Be
Removable

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Kraenzlein, Former Pennsylvani
and Michigan Coach, Here
to Witness Mleet
Michigan track followers will
'the Syracuse meet from the bi
crete stand this afternoon, inst
from the north bleacher as has
the custom in the past.
Coach Farrell announced last

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* Church, Edward P. Wright. * that the mile, two-mile and r
* TIMERS-Dr. George A. May, * would all start and finish on the so
* Prof. Evans Holbrook, C. B. * side of the track. The quarter
* Haff, Tom Keane, Steve Far- * half will both begin behind the a
* rell. * bleacher and come down past
* _* crowd in the concrete stand.
* Michigan-Cornell Baseball Game * dashes and hurdles will start on
* TIME--3:30 o'clock. * straightaway opposite the crowd,
* BATTERIES-Michigan, Sisler * coach, stating that this afforded
* and Benton; Cornell, Regan * much better view of the races.
* and Clary. * north bleacher will not be uncove
* UMPIRE--Egan. * .The Syracuse team is expected
* * * * * * * * * * * * * arrive in Ann Arbor this morn
They were housed in Detroit
night, reaching that city at noon.
flRSIT NETKraenzlein, the former Pensy
nia athlete and Michigan coach,
been watching the track squad w
out the past week and will witness
N OBERLIN MATC rmeet this afternoon. Kraenzlein
a mark of more than 24 feet in
broad jump, and has tied the wor
Varsity Quartet Will Face Strong mark over the low hurdles.
Competition on Eastern Coach Farrell announced yester
Invasion that the track was very fast, and
as good condition as it ever has b
OHIO COLLEGE BOASTS STAR during his track experience at Mi
gan. The squad took a rest yester
Michigan will meet Oberlin today in afternoon, none of the men putting
the first of the matches which the an appearance. The men are all
Varsity tennis team is playing on its good shape with the exception of 1
eastern trip. The four members of Robinson. Max has been troubled w
the squad left Ann Arbor yesterday a bad leg, but expects to start
afternoon for Cleveland and went on quarter this afternoon. He will a
to Oberlin this morning. run a lap in the mile relay race.
Last Saturday Oberlin and Ohio Syracuse has a formidable tra
State broke even, each winning three squad and comes to Ann Arbor
matches. Wilder, the star of the Ober- strong, looking for victory.
lin aggregation, defeated Carran, Ohio
collegiate champion, two sets out of ALBION SUFFERS DEFEAT AT
three. Wilder will in all probability HANDS OF FRESH TENNIS 111
face Captain Reindel in the singles.

By a recent decision of the faculty
of the Medical School, a new marking
system has been adopted for use in all
courses in the school. The new rul-
ing will take effect at the final exam-
inations of this semester.
The system adopted is similar to the
one in use in the literary college-A,
B, C, D, E, except that D is a condi-
tional mark which may be removed
by examination. This is practically'
the same method of grading as'is used
in the engineering college.
WIRELESS CHESS MATCH STILL,
UNDETERMINED LAST EVENING
Play in the wireless chess match
between the University of Michigan
and Ohio State University was re-
sumed at 7:45 o'clock last evening.
Ohio's last move at 2:00 o'clock Thurs-
day morning was known only to Oper-
ator D. A. Nichols, and was kept se-
cret from the members of the Michi-
gan team until the opening of play
last evening.
The Michigan team is hopeful of
bringing the game to a close during
the night with a victory in the first
game of chess ever played through by
wireless telegraphy..

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SPRING GAMES
unday-Class presidents meet
at Union, 10:00 o'clock.
[onday-Classes elect captains.
Vednesday-Fresh mass meet-
ing, west physics lecture room,
7:00 o'clock.
hursday - Sophomore m a s s
meeting, west physics lecture
room, 7:00 o'clock.
riday-Tug-of-war across Hur-
on river, 4:05 o'clock.
turday-Relay races and push-
ball contests, south Ferry field,
8:30 .o'clock.
Teighing in for tug-of-war
teams, Waterman gym, 2:00 to
5:00 o'clock, Monday afternoon.
elay tryouts report to Ferry
field club house, 9:00 to 12:00

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He is one of the products of California,
the home of many of the country's best
net men. His strong point lies in his
service, but it was clever overhead
play and steadiness which finally won
out for him last week. Wilder is a
former teammate of ex-champion Mc-
Loughlin.
The other players on the Oberlin
team do not come up to the standard
of the first man. Dissell, who pairs
with Wilder in the doubles, is rated
next best, the Andrus brothers com-
pleting the quartet.
The Michigan team goes from Ober-
lin to Pittsburg, wliere it will meet the.
University of Pittsburg Monday and
Carnegie Tech Tuesday.
INSTRUCT RIFLE MEN AT START
OF SEASON ON OUTDOOR RANGE
"Safety First" methods are being
pursued by the Michigan Rifle club,
and as a consequence a meeting for in-
struction in outdoor shooting will be
held in room 311 of the new engineer-
ing building at 7:30 o'clock Monday
night. Major Wilson will address the
gathering which must be attended by
every man who expects to use the out-
door range.
In addition to the lecture of instruc-'
tion which will be given by Major
Wilson, the club will hold its annual
election of officers. The men elected.-
at this meeting will act as the officials
for the club during the next college
year. At this same time elections to
the executive board will be held.

Coons and Stebbins Break Tie Se
by Winning Rubber in
Doubles
Michigan's All-Fresh tennis sqi
succeeded in taking two -matches
both the singles and doubles from
Albion college aggregation yestere
afternoon. Both teams were tied in
singles and doubles matches and ex
doubles were required for the ye
lings to get the decision. In the s
gles, Stocking and Coons succeeded
winning their games, while in the ri
ber, Coons and Stebbins put the do'
les on ice for the freshmen.
The summaries follow: Singlei
Fox (A) d. Steketee (M), 6-2, 6-
Goodrich (A) d. Stebbins (M), 6-
6-4; Stocking (M) d. Dawe (A), 6-
6-2; Coons (M) d. Rood (A), 6-
3-6, 6-1. Doubles-Coons and St(
bins (M) d. Rood and Fox (A), 6-
6-2; Goodrich and Dawe (A) d. St(
etee and Stocking (M), 6-3, 6-
Rubber-Coons and Stebbins (M)
Goodrich and Fox (A), 3-6, 6-4; 6-

Announce Chaperons for Union Dance
White trousers will be in vogue at
the membership dance to be held from
9:00 to 12:00 o'clock tonight at the
Michigan Union clubhouse. Chaperons
for the party will be Prof. G. W. Pat-
terson, and Mrs. Patterson, and Dr.
F. R. Waldron and Mrs. Waldron.
Pasteboards are now selling rapidly at
the Union counters only 25 having
been left last night.

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Publication Board Will Meet Monday
Members of the board in control of
student publications will meet Mon-
day afternoon to appoint managing
editors and business managers of The
Michigan Daily and the Gargoyle for
1915-'16. It is also expected that the
board will consider the tentative date
for campus elections, which was set
for Wednesday May 26 by the direc-
tors of the athletic association, and
passed upon unofficially by the officers
of the Michigan Union.

Senior Medics Visit Pontiac Asylum
Senior medics leave at 7:05 o'clock
this morning for Pontiac, where they
will go through the insane asylum.
They will return this evening. To-
ward the last of the month the class
expects to visit Parke Davis & Co., in
Detroit.

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TODAY'S STRAW, HAT DAY.
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It is here. Get that straw out.
Or buy one. Wear it. Be cool.
Be happy. Don't falter. Don't
put it off. Act now. Listen to
logic. Treat yourself. Come
one. Come all. Come freshmen.
Obey that reason. There's an
impulse.

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TODAY

TODAY

racuse vs. Michigan
Track Meet
M. Sharp Admission 75c

Cornell vs. Michigan
Baseball Came

3:30 P. M.*

Admission

admission includes Cornell Baseball game

Tickets admitting to Baseball game only will not be sold before 2:30 P. M.

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