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ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, SATbR 'AY, MAY. 22, 1915.

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TODIAY
Spring games, South Ferry field, 8:30
o'clock.
May festival concert, Full auditorium,
2:30 o'clock. ..
May festival concert, Hill auditorium,
8:00 o'clock.
Membership dance, Michigan Union,
9:00 o'clock.
Craftsman society banquets at Mason-'
ic Temple, 5:30 o'clock.
Interscholastic meet, Ferry field, 1:30
o'clock.
Baseball-All-Fresh vs. University of
Detroit, 4:05 o'clock.

1818 CASSLEADS
IN 5PRINJ" GAMESi
Sophs Lose Lightweigh S rnggle iilth
More Than Legal Number on
Rope, after Fighting
78 Mintes .
HE AVYWEIHOT T'1 TAKEN BY
SOPHOMORES IN SHORT PULl

PROVIDE FOR FOUR
YEARH LAW COURSE
ApprIA 4p Ws iven to Ne,' Plan upon
Recen.n ndation Mtade by.
Conimittee from'Law
Faculty
N"-W P LAN W ILL PROBABLY GO
INTO EFFECT IN YEAR 1916
At Present, School Offers Fopr Year
Course for )tapters
begree
By givin-, its, approval to the plan

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To Stage Obstacle Relay Races
PushbalI Contest at Ferry
Field This Morning

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lefore several thousand spectators
who lined the river banks; crowded on
the bridge and clung to enmmandin
positions in near-by trees, the fresh-
men scored the initial atd vanta , in
the spring contests yesteiday after-
noon, winning two of the three tug-

RELAY RAC'E AND) P1 si

*MARTIN ELLI

TIME-- :30 o'clok.
PLACE--South Ferry field.
ASSEMBLY-Sophomores gath-
er at Tappan hall; freshmen
at flagpole. March to south
Ferry fi'eld begins 8:00 o'clock.
RULES FOR RELAYS-Flag
must go over barrier. Contes-
tants must wear tennis shoes.
RULE FOR PIIISHBALL-AII
freshmen and sophomores
may enter on their respective
sides. Contestants 'must wear
tennis shoes. Contest in four
quarters of five minutes each,
with five minutes intermis-
sion. Neither side can ap-
proach nearer than three
yards to ball before gun is iir-
ed. When man is down raise
right hand. Three shots -sig-
nifies a man is down, when
contestastops immediately.
POINTS-One for each relay;
one point for each goal in
pushball, and one to side hav-
ing the ball in opponents' ter-
ritory at end of contest. Side
gettim'g greatest'total number
of points will be declared win-
ner of the spring games.

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Each Selection Rendered Fo
Immense Applause, Foi
Artist to Ghve
Encores
BAUER'S PROGRAM DISPI
RARE TECILNIQTE A)

Work of Miss ke
Weue Both Comi
Much to
Signor Giovanni
night given the mi
ception yet accord
tival artists. Pos
, nial Italian te

TOMORROW
Dr. Edgar P. Hill speaks on '"The Re-
demption of The ',City," Presbyterian
church, 7:30 o'clock.

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* ition Employment Bureau Has Jobs
* Several students have been supplied
* with jobs by the Michigan Union em-
* ployment bureau during the past two
* days, and yesterday afternoon, two or
* threw still remained unflIfed. T ;o col-
* orcd m." students v.ishin2 to act ;is
* waiter: may receive e illoyment
* th~rouh the bureau by applying.

EST
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Penn Men

of-war struggles.
The lightweight pull, which came
first, proved to be the hardest fought
event of the afternoon, the two sides
being at a deadlock for an hour and
18 minutes, when it was suddenly dis-
covered that 48 men, three more than
the legal number, were hanging to the
sophomore end of the rope, and the
contest was declared forfeited -in fa-
vor of the freshmen.
The middleweight and heavyweight
tugs were decided much sooner, owing
to the ruling that the contestants must
remain standing. After nine minutes,
the fresh succeeded in pulling the first
sophs into the chilly waters of the
Huron, while in the heavyweight con-
test, the sophs won the laurels after
four minutes of fighting. This victory
was unexpected since the fresh team
averaged 202 pounds to 190 for their
opponents.
The obstacle races and the big push-
ball contest will be held at south'Fer-
ry field this morning, the games be-
ing scheduled to commence at 8:3P0
o'clock.
Promptly at 8:00 o'clock, the two
will assemble on the campus, the sec-
ond year men meeting at Tappan hall
while the fresh will encircle the flag
pole. At 8:05 o'clock two buglers from
the Varsity band'will call the partic-
ipants for the march to scuth Ferry
field, the scene of the contest.
The freshmen who, under the lead-
ership of P. O. Davis, '18A, will run
the first relay, are Livingston, Black,
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QUARTER-MILE TRIALS TO BE
HETL) AT FERRY FIELD TODAY°

to add another year's work to tho re-
qtr.d _urif§>hii in the Law School,
the board o, r ents of the university
yesterday took i.. first step toward
the installation of a four-year course
For candidans for the degree of Bach-
elor of Laws. The approval was giv-
on to the plan upon a recon nmenda-
tion prepared by a committee fron
the faculty of the Law School, and
em'u)cdied in a communication sent to
the regents by Dean H. M. Bates.
Although the four-year plan has
been under consideration in the LaV
School for some time, no 'facts have
been made public concerning the. date
of its installation or the courses which
will be added. It is probable, how-
ever, that the four-year course will
not be req d before September 1916,
because of the fact that the two-year
requirement for admission to the
.school will take effect next fall.
A fourth year course leading to the
degree of blaster of Laws is at present
offered in the school to graduate stu-
dents, and includes two courses in
the history of English law, a course
in the elements of Roman lawv, q
course in the history. of ContinentaL
law, two courses in Roman law and
[ pre-.emin ary in the history of legal
philosophy. Candidates for the legree
of LL.M. ar. r w required to take not
less than ten nor more than twelve
hours. cf work each semester.

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liegenits Also (Hide Nuumerous Degrees
and Fellowships at
Meeting

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together with phe:
ers, the audience
tinuous and profus
lie first preseni
Stelle".from "Tose
hibited his sotto
opportunity to por
Italian passion. (
necessitated a rep
His second offerin,
Rodolfo" from "La
h'e was required t
other encore, "N'
boat-song by Ter,
Sherrill skillfully
companiment..
A storm of appl
the conclusion of
the immortal "Ce
called forth as an
"Donna e mobile'
which was sung w
poise that he was
it. Finally as a th
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PLANSI

ARS WEAK

PA., May 21.-
prevented the
nual Michigan-
game, and the,

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I and Blue. H. K. Wallace
>ther Penn choice for pitch-j
rrow's game, and his inex-
likely to give Spielman
rice over the youngster.
s not face Michigan with
ong record, having lost 10
ames played on this year's

Will Determine Michigan's Entry
Interollegiates Next
Saturday

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With Sisler in the box for Michigan,
i- the ninth place on the Maize and Blue
n lineup will be left vacant, and it is
'e likely that Niemann will be put 'into
g the place usually held down by the
t- pitcher.
n EULALIE STONE IMPROVED; MAY
s RESUME UNIVERSITY WORK
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f The Daily has received a letter from
- Eulalie Stone, '18, who took potassium
cyanide in Quarry's drug store, April
e 30, in a supposed attempt to end her
it life. "I am now greatly improved as
n. to the nervousness with which I was
s afflicted and am pursuing my work
under a tutor," says Miss Stone. "I
expect to continue my college work
- next year."
s Miss Stone is at her home in
o Charleston, W. Va. She states that the
d account of her misfortune, published
5 at the time, was exaggerated.

Trials will' be held this morning be-
tween the three Varsity quarter mil-
ers to determine which of the trio will
be taken to the eastern intercollegi-
ates. The race will be held on Ferry
field and will start at 10:30 o'clock.
There is also a chance that the
coach will stage trials in the 100-
yard dash, as Lapsley is back with the
squad and entertaining notions to the
effect that he can nose out either Cap-
tain Smith or O'Brien in the centifry.
Coach Farrell:stated that if the color-
ed sprinter believed. he was in condi-
tion, the three would run. Otherwise,
the quarter will be the only trials
held before the intercollegiates.
Coach Farrell will pick his eastern
squad this morning following the tri-
als in the quarter. He declined to
state how many men he would take,
although it is fairly "certain that at
least 10 will make the trip. The inter-
collegiates refuse to share the gate re-
ceipts with any of the colleges that
enter less than 10 men, so it is fairly
certain that at least this many'will be
selected.
Several of the Varsity men worked
out yesterday following the prelimi-
naries for the high school lads. The
quarter milers and possibly the dash
men will be the only ones busy today,:
except in the capacity of officials:

(Clit .do:r Ri!e Men to Tryout Today
Try-outs for the out-door Rifle
squad will be held this afternoon.
Pres. Woodl hol es that there will be a
large turn-u, new men being espe-
cially urged to participate. New reg-
ulation Springfield rifles will be fur-
nished, vith ammunition, free to .all.
All intending to participate should
report for their rifles at the Ferry
field club-house before noon, as the in-
terurban car, which is to conduct the
contestants to the new range, will
lea:c at :65 o'clock.
Varsity Musicians Postpone Concert
Owing to the late clo'sing of the
tug-of-war contests, only a few spec-
tators gathered to hear the Varsity
band concert last night, and it was
decided to postpone the program, The
band will meet at Univer-sity hall at
1:30 o'clock today and march to Fer-
ry field .to play at the interscholastic
meet.
All-Fresh Play U. of 1). on Ferry Field
Michigan's All-Fresh baseball team
will'meet the Detroit University nine
for the second time this afternoon on
the Ferry field diamond at 4:06,
o'clock. The game will follow im-
mediately upon the completion of the'
Interscholastic meet which will be
staged earlier in the afternoon.
Illinois Justice Lectures Tomgrrow
Justice Hugo Pam, '92, of the Illi-
nois Appellate Court, will lecture at
8:00 o'clock tom'orrow night in New-
berry hall on "The Schoolhouse as ari
Agency for Social Service.* The lec-
ture will. e under the auspices of the
Ienorah society.
Y. M. C. A. Deputation Goes to Detroit
R. E. Flynn, '17, F. O. 'Olmstead,
J.R. Brokenshire, '16, and C. R. Webb,
'17, compose the deputation which left
last 'night for Marlette, Mich., in the
interests of the university Y. M. C. A.

S-Tosti
The plans for the proposed addition nime
to iWaterman. gY nnasium wei : laid Erm
on the 'table. The'drawings -'fave not techi
yet been completed, and no acion will Baue
be taken by the" regents until bids mate
are secured for the proposed changes. to foi
Resignations "of' four faculty men mann
from various schools and colleges Althc
of the university were received and nical
accepted by the board of regents at with
Friday's meeting, The list of resig- a viri
nations is'as follows: James 'P. Bird, ty, ar
assistant professor of French and the ul
Spanish, and secretary of. the f.culty He w
of the Colleges of Engineering and spon,
Architecture; Samuel C.-Lird, assis- flat,"
tant professor of general and physical . Mi
chemistry; Aalzemond D. Parker, as- Bruc
sistant professor of electrical engin- Garm
eering, (absent on leave); and John She
S. P. Tatlock, professor of English. flute-
Degrees were granted to the follow- offere
ing undergraduates: .Bachelor of Arts,votte
Howard Beale, '15,. Elizabeth Bost- Th
wick, '15, R. R. Fellers,' '15, Mary was
Lynn, '15, William Owen, -'15, Winna Brah
fred Shepard, '15,. Harold Wood, '15; mend
Bachelor of Science, Carl Goehring, oppor
'15M, and Robert Schanz, '15M. Life taine
certificates and teacher's diplomas crimi
were granted to Earl Engle, '15, and color
Mary Lynn, '15. David MacTaggart, '15, ceive
was awarded the degree of L. L, B. To
The following appointments to uni- conc
versity fellowships were awarded:' gethe
$500 yearly stipend, Zeltah Buck, '13, Marg
psychology; Leland Crossman, '13, A. cludi
M. 1914, history; Esther Shaw, rowe
A.B., Mt. ' Holyoke college, 1907, work
A.M., 1908, rhetoric: Ambrose Stang, Piern
C.E., Syracuse University, 1910, A.M.,
1915; $300 yearly stipend, John Al- Soph
drich, A.B., Albion college, 1914, as- Sop
tronomy; ,Albert Bradley, A.B., Dart- ond
mouth college, 1915, economics; Rob- Casca
ert Brown, A.B., University of Illin- of th
cis, 1910, public health; Lena P. ment
Duell, A.B., Greenvili college, 1914', 'partn
psychology; Irby Nicholh, A.B., Uni- andI
versity of Mississipi, 1906, A. M., the s
1P08, M.S.,. University of Illinois, 1912, engin
mathematics; Harrison Otis, A.B., Oli-
vet college, 1907, municipal adminis- Ferni
tration; Jaynes Perrine, A.B., Univer- ' Men
sity of Iowa, 1909, physics; Se den club,
Ruger, A.B., Mt. Holyoke,' 1907, A.M., this a
Michigan, 1914, chemistry; Earl C. of th
(Continued on pago 4.) bersc

is, "Ideale," t
nt.
idowed with

ss Margaret Keyes rend
ls aria, "Penelope We,
rent" was altogether sai
possesses a voice, melli
like, and sings in good st;
ed as an encore, Thomas
from "Migno1."
e second part of the X
given over to the depic
ans, "Symphony No. 1.". '
ous work gave the orchc
rtunity to show its powers
d effort, and to produce m
nating nicety the contr
and in dynamic shading
d by this master symphoi
morrow afternoon, L. L. R
ert organist, will be he;
er with Theodore' Harris
'aret Keyes, vocalists. T
ing concert will be given
evening, at which time the
"The Children's Crus,
ne will be performed.
omore Engineers Hold ?4
phomor'e engineers held t1
annual pow-wow last n
ade glen. Prof. John R
e mechanical engineering
, ,Prof. F. N. Menefee, of
nent of engineering me
Earnest F. Hughitt, '151
peakers. About 150 of t
eers attended the affair.
s Institute Club'to Hold
embers of the Ferris I
will hold a picnic at 2:00
afternoon on the island jui
e Wall street bridge: Al
of the club are invited to

LaU

Graduate Appointed Professor
thur J. Abbott, '09-'11L, has been
inted professor of law and act-
dean of the School of Law of
hwestern University, Los Angeles.
ng the past year he has been a
ber of the faculty of this institu-
as professorial lecturer on plead-

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BASE BALL

TODAY

Track Meet Finals

1iversity of Detroit s All Fre

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1 Events 500.

1:30 P, M.

Ferry Field

4:4
Admission To Both Events 50c.

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