THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Another Big Clean Up of Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30% to So% off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.
We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are. tailored in town
OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28,00 UP
w Spring Styles now Ready,
)rdS, Pumps and Boots
. I. KIDD - - Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave
Gun Metal and Patent
Unusual Number of Events on Saturday
Leads Student Council to
Change Date of
ELECT T. P. SODDY PRESIDENT
FOR FIRST SEMESTER OF '15-16
Committee Reports Campus Sentiment
as in Favor of Former
DETR. 0 T
Ihe Shubert Theatrical Co, Oifers
"All Over Town"
ADD 135 MEMBERHS
Riehard McKean,'16, Reads List of( Me
Engaged in Campaign
With 12 Names
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If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the
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THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN
THE SODA [OUNTAIN THA ISIIBERAL
of all kinds
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Campus Election Day was officially
set for Thursday, May 27, at last
May 19, 'O., 21, 22
ion Children's Chorus Boys' Chorus
e Chicago Symphony Orchestra
nley and StockConductors"
Delta Care and Quality
night's meeting of the student council,
the unusual number of events already
scheduled for Saturday compelling the
change of date. The polls will be open
from 10:00 to 5:30 o'clock in Univer-
In response to a petition received
from the Boat club, that body was
given permission to enter the eneral
election plan, and officers of the Boat
club will be chosen May 27.
Thomas P. Soddy, '16E, was elected
president of the council for the coming
semester at the annual election of
officers, which was held at the close
of last, night's meeting. Russel S. Col-
lins, '16, was chosen vice-president,
Henry C. Rummel, '16L, recording 'sec-
retary, Francis T. Mack, '16E, corres-
ponding secretary, and Wilson M. Shaf-
er, '16, treasurer. The office of auditor
was left vacant, and will be filled after
the coming election of councilmen by
the various classes.
Following the election of next year's
officers, President Harold M. Lacey,
'15, administered the oath of office, and
President-elect Soddy took charge of
The committee on elections reported
that campus sentiment seemed to favor
a change in the methods of running
elections, tending toward a return to
the old manner"of electioneering. The
committee reported, however, that it
seemed .best not to take any action in
the matter this year, since it would'
not be advisable to make too many
changes in the campus elections at
An attempt to make the nominations
for councilmen in class meetings de-
cided by oral vote was dropped when
it was found, that the constitution pro-
vided that such nominations should be
by secret ballot. A lack of time pre-
vented an attempt to change the con-
stitution in this regard, but the senti-
ment of the council seemed to indicate
that some action might be taken in
the near future.
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Singles-Reindel (M) d. Steen (T),
6-3, 4-6, 6-0; Crawford (M) d. Dav-
is (T), 4-6, 6-1, 6-4; Mack (M) d.
Bihiman (T), 5-7, 6-0, 6-1; Swit-
zer (M) d. English (T), 6-0, 6-3.
Doubles-Reindel and Crawford (M)
d. Steen and Davis (T), 4-6, 6--2,
6-4; Mack and Switzer (M) d. Bihl-
man and English (T), 7-5, 6-4.
5tate and Packard
est Electrict - .
for fans, we have a fine stock coming
at the right price
Campaigners in the Union life mem-
bership canvass swept in a total of
135 new members in the work last
night, piling up a sum of 554 for the
first three days of the canvass. Rich-
ard McKean, '16, reported the longest
list of new names, 12 signatures being
accredited to him.
The names of the new members fol-
F. D. Alger, '18E, E. R. Akers, '17E,
N. G. Andrew, '18E, H. S. Bohling, '18,
C. 0. Babcock, '17E, R. J. Blum, '18,
E. T. Barthel, '17, P. B. Bell, '17L,
A. A. Burrell, '16K, J. T. Boyle, '15L,
J. B. Breymann, Jr., '16E, R. C. Brown,
'15P, M. A. Baer, '18, C. A. Breitung,
'17E, C. M. Burns, '17E, 'M. D. Camp-
bell, '18, J. Carmichael, '16, C. H. Cra-
mer, '18E, H. Cpbane, '18, J. P. Car-
ritte, Jr., '16E, Mr. C. W. Cook, A. H.
Cohn, '17E, J. F. Clark, '16E, C. W.
Crew, '17E, D. J. Dougherty, '17E, L. A.
Dimond, '16, S. B. Daume, '18E, D. F.
Dubie, '18E, H. B. Duffield, '16, C. W.
Eberbach, 16M, H. R. Erdmann, '17E,
S. H. Eaton, '17E, D. G. Ellis, '15E,
Prof. J. R. Effinger, H. H. Fikret, '16E,
W. N. Frank, '18, J. W. Follin, '13E,
A. C. Foley, '18, L. F. Foster, '17, J. C.
Giffen, '18E, 0. A. Galloway, '18, S.
Geisenberger, Jr., '17, Prof. L. M.
Gram, R. B. Garfredson, '18; H. C.
Herron, '18, M. W. Hyde, '18E, H. D.
Hoffman, '17E, F. W. Hough, '18E, L. D.
Hall, '18E, Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, H. B.
Haskins, 'SE, C. H. Hamilton, '18E,
E. H. Haan, '18, A. H. Crosson, '15E,
L. C. Hurwich, '17L, H. H. Hoffman,
'16, F. V. Hodson, '18, D. S. Hastreiter,
'17, J. R. Hill, '17E, D. R. Hogue, '18,
H. W. Hendee, '18E, F. Jummrich, '18,;
Lee Joslyn, Jr., '17, H. W. Jones, '15L,
J. A. Johnson, '18, G. H. Konsujian,
'17M, W. S. Kammerer, '17, T. Kelter,
'18E, A. Kirchner, '18, G. H. Lyon, Jr.,
'17, R. H. Leslie, '17, E. R. MacLaugh-
lin, '17, C. P. Lowes, '16, C. H. Motul-
sky, '18, D. A. Maclrnes, '18, M. K.
Mead, '17E, J. L.Mechem, '16, L. H.
McKim, '15, L. D. Mahoney, '15, R. D.
McCree, '17E, Charles Maggio, '17H,
C. A. Mote, '15E, H. A. Mills, '18, W. L.
Mertz, '16E, C. L. Mattsson, '15E, L. S.
Moll, '17L, J. D. Menschofer,- '18, F. J.
Nelson, '15, H. W. Newberry, '16E,
J. F. Newell, '17E, P. B. Preston, '17,
R. S. Pappe, '17E, A. F. Paley, '17, J. D.
Preston, '14E, H. J. Polson, '17, R. E.
Purcell, '19, J. H. Pottinger, '12, J. B.
Pollock, '17, R. C. Parks, '17E, L. G.
Richards, '16E, J. E. Robins, '18, C. C.
Reilly, '18, K. II. Rowells, '18E, C. T.
Frisbie, '16, J. P. Roberts, '15E, S. J.
Rouse, '17, T. P. Surgenor, '16, Carter
Sales, '18, C. D. Smith, '17, H. T. Swan-
son, '18, . S. Stauffer, '161, E. F. Sun-
derman, '15, H. C. Smith, '18P, G. D.
Strong, '15D, C. H. Sandenburgh, '15E,
S. P. Shackleton, '15E, 0. W. Strachan,
'17E, Leo Tattersall, '18E, John Thors,
'15, L. W. Trienweiler, '15A, P. L. Ul-
rich, '15E, J. D. Watts, '18, J. R. Wel-
ton, '18E, R. J. Waldron, '18E, T. H.
Woolley, '18E L. R. Wagner, '15E, G. 0.
Williams, '17, L. C. Whitney, '17, I. B.
Whinery, '17, E. B. Weber, '16, R. F.
Wuensch, '17, K. S. Wehmeyer, '18E,
J. S. Wehmeyer, '16K, R. F. Weske,
'18E, W. F. Zingg, '18E.,
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WITH LITTLE DELICACIES SUCH AS
Fancy Crackers, George Washington Coffee,
Cold Meats, Jams & Jellies, Preserves & Pickles
in fact everything to make your outing enjoyable.
Save time at noon and night by dropping in for
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HER last year, Penn being the third. The
GAME title was awarded to Michigan, after
her defeat of Pennsylvania. This year,
urels in in spite of the fact that Cornell has
lost a good number of the games play-
ed, a defeat of the Michigan team
g would be significant in the final fig-
Regan's ures, and the early season defeats by
Blue in the teams which Michigan has beaten
he de- would not have much weight. On the
1 in a other hand, a defeat of the Cornell'
Sisler, team by the Michigan aggregation
ing the would figure heavily in favor off Mich-,
Michi- igan's chances for another intercol-
tomor- legiate championship.
Rhenbottom, Ingersoll, Dunphy, Rath-
burn, Kinnimichk, Johns, Dell, Brown,
Trickey, Teel, Thoman, Starkweather,
Phelps, Wouch, Anderson, Rheinhart,
LaGrange:-Smart, Sweet, Fey, May-
er, Nott, Scott.
Lewis Institute:-Zoellin, Zwerer,
Lamond, Mueller, Bryan, Colley, Lieb-
Loyola Academy :--Brown.
New Trier, Kenilworth, Ill.:--Burch.
North Salem, Ind.:-Walton, Rose,
Trotter, Sellers, Key.
Muskegon: -Bennett, Melin, Caugh-
ey, Beardsley, Wilson, Lewis, Hager,
Kimball, Cross, Witt, Sheridan.
Plymouth:-Harrison, Beals, Burr,
Memphis:-Webb, R. Webb.
Richmond : -Burke.
Saginaw :--Hale, Gudritz, Metwa,,
Steinhagen, Fox, DeHart, Ellis, Shep_-
hers, Gordon, Owen, Schmelzerr, En-
win, Schmidt, Bau, Gorman.
Toledo Scott High:-Herschman,
Wetzell, Sewell, Brown, Cooper, Weiss,
Beall, Page, Henpole, Ellini, Mather,
Gunn, Morehead, Elkington, Dorsey,
Wayne:--Carpenter, Smith, Hubbard,
University High, Chicago:-Floete,
Co'oper, Patton, Harris, Vehmeyer,
Campbell, Van De'venter, Henry, Sul-
livan, Graham, Albright, Hoyne, Camp-
Ypsilanti:--Eddy, Wilbur, Norton,
Croswell:--McNaughton, Barnes, 'El-
Deckerville:-Clancy, Merriman, Ro-
bey, Rumble, Kerleyson, Weyenmeth.
Detroit University School:--Lam-
bert, Key, Hart, Jacobs, Dus Sault,
Memphis: -Gilbert, Chapman, Hall.
Plymouth: - Springer, Hemenway,
VanDeCarr, Wiseley, Jones, Stone-
Rockford : -Thompson, Cramer.
Richmond:-Simons, Fenton, Beld-
Wayne:-Glover, Bird, Parr, Bills,
Seymour 2b ........4
Turnier rf.......... 4
Travis c .... ......4
Slater p .........4
FOIIRTH GAME GOES .
TO SYRACUSE TEAM
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Blue nines tomorrow. Regan is dop,
ed as the probable twirler for the Ith-
acans, while Sisler is the man who is
figured to pitch for the Wolverines.
The two men have a grudge, carried
over from Saturday's 2 to 1 game, to
settle, and in spite of cold weather the
game bids fair to he a hot one.
The box score and summaries of to-
day's game follow:
13 . 0
TOTALS........37 9 5 27 1.7 0
ncy to wild-
. the pinches
tell, and Dr.
nan again if
.wing of the
or nine wasI
n the lineup.
g its regular
nds the Big
ere two par-
imed the in-
Ijiscon sin Professor Phiiis B ig Trip
Prof. Lawrence Mar tin, head of the
geology 'department at the University
of Wisconsin, is planning to conduct
a party for summer field work in Alas-
ka, the trip being open to students
from other universities and to teach-
ers of geography and geology. The
party will be limited to ten men and
the estimated cost is from $500 to $600
per person. The party will leave about
the middle -of June and remain in the
northern regions about two months.
On the way, they will stop at the
Grand Canyon, the fault lines near
San Francisco and the California ex-
TO START TONIGH'T
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performance tonight, while Prof. A. A.
Stanley will direct the Choral Union
chorus of 300 voices in its initial 1915
The program for this evening is as
"America" by chorus, orchestra and
Overture to "Oberon" ........Weber
Aria. from "Thais" (Alexandria)
Symphonic poem, "The Sirens".. Gliere.
Aria of Fides from "Le Prophet"..
Overture-Fantasia "Hamlet" Opus
Aria of Katharine from "The Taming
of the Shrew".............Goetz
Siegfried in the Forest, from "Sieg-
Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fire
Scene, from "Die Walkiir"...Wagner]
Sheehy in..........4 1
McQueen 2b .... , .4 0
Brandell ss........4 0
Sisler lf .......3.... 1
Benton c .... .. 4 1
Labadie rf.........2 0
Niemann rf .........1 0
Maltby lb... . ...3 0
Waltz 3b ............4 0
Nichols p.........'. 0
Davidson p.........1 0
McNamara p .........0
Stewart * ..........1 0
(Continued from pag: 1)
Scott, Spurrier, Finzel, Langlois,
Detroit University School: --Powers,
Weber, Robb, Haigh.
Grand Rapids Central:-Holcomb,
Hughes, Bacon, McKenzie, Adams,
Forbes, Vandevisse, Taylor, Huron,
Lansing:-Ehinger, Gardner, Craig,
TOTALS.. ....33 S 24 18 10
*'Batter for Davidf;on in 7th.
Score by innings: ,
Michigan.......0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Syracuse. ...2 0 2 2 0 " 0 0*-9
Summaries: Two base hit-Nichols,
Hamilton; home run-Sis:e, Benton;
sacrifice hits-Labadie, Ahearn; hits
-off Nichols 3, off Davidscn 2; bases
on balls-off Nichols 1, off Davidson 1;
hit by pitched ball-by Nichols 1, by
Davidson 1;' innings-Slater 9, Nich-
ols 3, Davidson 3, McNamara 2; stol-
en bases-Rafter, Seymour, Hamilton;
double play-Wilbur to Hamilton; time
of game-2 hours; umpire-Fifield.