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rwin C. Johoson, 10, has been ap-
pointed assistant editor of The Cosmo-
politan Student.
-At the risk of seriously injuring him-
self, h-. -. Nami, '17L, drove his mo-
torcycle into the curb in front of the
homeopathic hospital Wednesday night,
to avoid hitting several persons and
a taxicab which had gotten in his way.
Nami was thrown from his machine
and received only a few bruises and
skinned limbs as a result of his daring.
-Sigma Zeta chapter of Lanlba Chi
Alpha fraternity has purchased the
property at 1511 Washtenaw avenue.
The fraternity will occupy the house
at the opening of the next semester.
-ean Joh' R. Efinger, of the liter-
ary college, recently received a card
from A. Robert Mountsier, '09, who is
now in the Hague. Mr. Mountsier is
connected with "Judge," and is abroad
gathering material for a series of ar-
ticles by foreign statesmen.
-ien are at work on the roof o the
physics building replacing the broken
slates with new ones.
-vollumnes to the nuinber of 3,836 are
at present in the stacks of the library
of the Homeopathic Medical School.
The library receives approximately 35
periodicals weekly.
-__Pl's for the new gyninasiuum will
be ready for the contractors in a week.
-4. (C. Jones, '14), will be discharged
from the university hospital soon,
where he has been suffering with ap-
pendicitis.
- Unithersity hospital authorities re-
ported yesterday that R. B. Dibble,
'15E, will be discharged soon, having
recovered from appendicitis.
-Prof. . 11. Van Tyne was unable to
meet his classes yesterday on account
of ill-health due to overwork. He will
probably be back in i day or two.
e -Mr. H. Spurrner, of the Jeffrey De
- Witt company, of Detroit, has been se-
cured to speak at 9:00 o'clock this
morning in room 165, chemistry build-
f ing. Mr. Spurrier's subject will be
"The Manufacture of High Grade Por-
celain."
---Prof. Walter . Pillsbury, of the
. psychology department, will attend a
convention of the National Association
of Psychologists to be held in San
- Francisco in August.
- POSTPON E INTER-(LASS TENNIS
Junior-Senior Doubles To Be Played
on Monday Afternoon

WI SCONSIN 1)I1ECTOR INSP CTS
1MICHIGAN'S ATHLETIC SYSTEM
Method of Ticket Distribution has
Particular Interest For
Madison Main
Director Geo. W. Ehleer, represent-
ing the department of physical educa-
tion at Wisconsin, inspected Michigan's
athletic plant last Wednesday.
The system of ticket distribution in-
augurated here last fall and carried
out at the time of the Pennsylvania
and Cornell games, has greatly solved
the local problem, and has done away
with the long line-up in front of the
athletic office, which was so unsatis-
factory. Conditions at the Madison
institution are very similar to what
they were here, and their athletic board
is very much interested in the work-
ings of the new plan.
Director Rowe's intramural system,
which has proved so successful here
in promoting class athletics, was also
gone into thoroughly by the Wisconsin
oman.
During the tour of inspection around
Ferry field, Director Ehleer compli-
mented the lay-out of the athletic
rounds, and was particularly impress-
ed with the new concrete stadium.
Plans are being formulated at Wiscon-
sin for the erection of a football
stadium soon, and it is quite likely
that some of the features of the Wol-
verine stand may be incorporated,
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf

)ENTAl SCHOOL ALUMNI WILL
MEET aT UO MMENCE MENT TIME
Arrangements are under way in the
Dental School for the annual alumni
reunion which is to take place during
Commencement week. The committee
in charge, consisting of Dean N. S.
Hoff, Prof. R. W. Bunting, and. Prof.
E. T. Loeffler, expect to have the de-
tails completed next week. The class-
es of '85, "95, and '05, will return this
year, it being the custom for the three
previous classes whose date of grad-
uation ends with the same numeral as
the graduating class to return at Com-
mencement.
RIFLE CLUB MEN WILL hAVE
CHARGE OF NEXT UNION DANCE
Prominent members of the Michigan
rifle club will have charge of the Un-
ion membership party bookedfor 9:00
to 12:00 o'clock tomorrow night. Chap-
erones who will supervise the affair
are Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marsteller and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Scott. Pasteboards
are selling rapidly at the Union coun-
ter.
Junior Dents To Hold Eleetion Today
Due to the failure of the student
councilmen to put in an appearance
yesterday morning, the junior dent
class meeting was postponed until to-
day. The meeting, which is for the
purpose of nominating candidates for
the student council, will be held at
10:00 o'clock in the junior lecture
room.

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4"amies Postplioned O Account of liaIj
Rain necessitated the postpo'ning of
all games in class baseball yesterday
afternoon. The da,~tes upon which these
contests will be played have not yet
been decided.

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NOTICE
Election of Union officers will tak
place next Thursday, on Campus Elec
tion Day. All new nominations by
petition must be made before 9:00
o'clock Monday morning. The list of
nominees is as follows:
President: Harry G. Gault, '15-'17L;
and William C. Mullencdore, '16L.
R4ecording secretary: Louis M
Bruch, '16L; John W. Finkensteadt
'16; and Earl B. McKinley, '16.
Vice-president for the literary col-
lege: James B. Angell, 2nd; '16; Rus-
sell S. Collins, '16; and David R. Bal-
Ilentine, '16.
Vice-president for the engineerind
college: Francis T. Mack, '16E; How-
ard H. Phillips, '16E; and Donald A.
Smith, '16E.
Vice-president for the Law School:
Eugene R. McCall, '16L; and Werner
W. Schroeder, '16L.
Vice-president for the Medical
School: Joseph R. Darnell, '18M; and
William J. Egan, '16M.
Vice-president for the combined
schools and colleges: I. C. Allen,'1611;
Edwin W. Crysler, '16P; and Frank J.
Kane, '16D.

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OUTDOOR RAN(E 11 BE USEDl
FOR FIRST TME SATIUDATY
Giis and A imnuiiion lave Arrived
Froi Washington; New Conest-
ants Urged To Report
Shooting on the outdoor rifle range
well begin on Saturday afternoon when
the entire rifle club will leave for the
newly selected grounds on the 1:05
o'clock interurban car. This event has
been looked forward to with consid-
erable interest by all followers of the
sport.
F. W. Wood, who was elected presi-
dent of the club at a recent meeting,
hopes that all men with any ability
along the'line of shooting will report
to him as there is considerable oppor-
tunity for tryouts to make good.
The guns and ammunition have ar-
rive(d from Washington and are now
kept at the Ferry field club house
waiting for the initial practice of Sat-
urday. All tryouts and members of
the team willreport at the club house
for their ammunition and guns before
1:00 o'clock. These will be furnished
to all contestants free of charge, and
all range rules will be explained at
the same time.
The intercollegiate- outdoor shoot
will be held sometime this mouth and
the date of said match will be an-
nounced at a later date. All prepara-
tion for this meet will be made within
the next two weeks.
Sopihioniore 1 ligineer Married T esiday
Arnold Charuley, '17E, was married
to Genevieve Pelkey, a student at Yp-
silanti Normal College, in Ann Arbor
Tuesday. They will make their home
for the remainder of the school year
at 718 Monroe street, this city.:

Rain and the consequent poor condi-
tion of the courts, has caused a post,
ponement of all games scheduled in
the inter-class tennis tournament.
Doubles in the junior-senior game
which could not be finished last Wed-
nesday, will be played Monday after-
noon. Upon the result of these match-
es will depend the chances of both
teams to get into the final round,
as the singles, which have been played
off, came to a 2-2 score. From the
individual showing of the men in their
singles matches, close competition is
expected when the teams clash next
week.
The soph-fresh match, which still
remains to be played, will be staged
at 3:30 o'clock on Monday.
Tuesday has been left as an open
date, in order to allow the men an op-
portunity to practice for the finals,
which will take place the following
day. Winners of the soph-fresh and
junior-senior matches will come to-
ether on Wednesday, to decide the
campus championship. Numerals will
be awarded to the team which finishes
first in the race.
UNION TAKES ANOThER ST P.
TO ACQUIRE LAND FOR HOME
Building Site Extends From Present
Quarters To Zeta Psi House
On North
As a result of negotiations com-
pleted yesterday, the Michigan Union
acquired the Hendrickson property on
State street for a consideration of
$10,000. The property is situated be-
tween the Pond property adjacent to
the Union building and the Zeta Psi
fraternity house. While no arrange-
ments have been made, it is probable
that the tenants of the property will
remain on the grounds until the Union
is ready to erect the new clubhouse.
An option has been obtained on th;,
Pond property next to the Union on
the north. This means that the Union
will own the ground from its present
southern line to the Zeta Psi fratern-
ity house, when it begins construction
of the new building.

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