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May 26, 1915 - Image 1

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No. 1.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915.

BOAD COSIDERS
INTER-GLASS PLAN
New System of Intercollegiate Atlet-
les to Be Presented to Athletic
Mentors at Today's
Meeting
PLAN INCLUDES REVISION OF
PRESENT SPORT SUPERVISION
May Create Managership on Footing
with Others; Combine Two
Offices
Interclass athletics will assume a
position alongside of the Varsity
sports, if a plan drawn up by a com-
mittee of the board of directors of the
athletic association is adopted.
At a recent meeting, the board of
directors appointed a committee, con-
sisting of Intramural Director Rowe
and Treasurer T. Hawley Tapping, to
revise the system 'of supervision of in-
terclass sports. This committee will
report to the board at its meeting this
afternoon.
The plan that will be presented pro-
vides for the enlarging of the board
of directors by the addition of the in-
tramural director. The offices of sec-
retary and treasurer will be combined,
according to the plan, and in the extra
place, an intercollege manager will
be added.
The intercollege manager will
rank on the same basis as the other
managers, and will represent inter-
class athletics directly on the board.
In addition, the new plan calls for
an intercollege board of control.
This will consist of eight students, one
from each department, and three fac-
ulty men. The eight students will be
chosen from the sophomore team man-
agers of each department, by all of the
managers of that department. They
will tae office their junior year. The
intramural director and intercollege
manager will be ex-officio mem-
bers of the board.
To this board in control of intercol-
lege athletics will come all ques-
tions of dispute in class competition,
the awarding of insignia, and any oth-
er matters which concern only class
athletics. The board of directors of
the athletic association will have veto
power over their actions.
The final step in the revision will
be in the manner of the election of the
new intercollege manager. At the end
of the year,. the intercollege board of
control will nominate from its own
body four candidates for the office of
intercollege manager.
On general campus election day, a
student vote will choose the man who
will act in this capacity.
The new plan will raise the plane
of inter-class sports, if adopted, and
place them on a better organized and
more efficient basis.
NEW STUDENT COUNCIL SWORN
IN AT LAST NIGHT'S MEETIN
Use of Spike Shoes in Spring Games
by Freshmen is Being
Investigated
Recently elected members of the
student council took the oath of office
at last night's meeting of that body,
R. M. Carson, '17, H. L. Carroll, '17E,
C. H. Allen, '161-H, H. Henderson, '16M,
and W. Wilson, '1D, taking their plac-
es as representatives of their respect-
ive classes.

A committee was appointed to tbor-
oughly investigate the question of the
use of spikes in last Saturday's un-
derclass contests. G. W. Rouse, '17,
suffered a broken nose, and at least
one other second year man was injur-
ed in the push ball contest, and from
the statements of these men it is be-
lieved that a freshman eluded the
councilmen and other officials who
made every effort to keep out men
wearing dangerous looking shoes.

TODAY
Rev. W. H. Tinker speaks at meeting
of Intercollegiate Socialist society,
Adelphi rooms, 7:15 o'clock.
Send-off for track team. Crowd leaves
University hall for Ann Arbor sta-
tion 7:20 o'clock.
Lantern Night in Observatory Hollow,
7:30 o'clock.
TOMORROW
Campus Election Day in University
Hall, 10:00 to 5:30 o'clock..
Gargoyle-Daily baseball game, South
Ferry field, 3:30 o'clock.
Sigma Xi banquet at Union, 6:00
o'clock.
FORMER STUDENT SENDS NOTE
DENYING TEMPORARY INSANITY
The Michigan Daily is in receipt of
another letter from Eulalie Stone, '18,
of Charleston, W. Va.; requesting that
publicity be given to the fact that Miss
Stone was not suffering from insanity
when she took potassium cyanide in
Quarry's drug store, April 30. "It is
untrue that I was under the constant
care of Dr. Pratt since my entrance in
the university," says Miss Stone.
The editors of The Daily are glad to
qualify the statement published in the
issue of May 1, and to make the cor-
rection asked for by Miss Stone.
Rain Prevents Class Baseball Game
Inclement weather again prevented
a shift in the inter-class baseball
standings, heavy rainfall keeping the
fresh and soph dents from playing
their game scheduled for yesterday af-
ternoon. Forfeituie of their games
Monday, by the senior laws and phar-
mics, puts both these teams out of
running.
Tomorrow's game; junior dents vs.
junior. laws.
CAMPUS ELECTION
COMES TOMOSRROW
Officers of Four Organizations Will Be
Chosen; Heavy Balloting
- Anticipated
COUNCIL WILL BE REPRESENTED
Plans for the first Campus Election
Day to be held tomorrow in the main
corridor of University hall were com-
pleted at last night's meeting of the
student council, and those in charge
of the polls are confident that the af-
fair will be run off without a hitch.
Officers of the athletic association,
Boat club, board in control of student
publications and the Michigan Union
are to be elected at this time, and an
unusually heavy vote is anticipated.
The polls will remain open from 10:00
o'clock to 5:30 o'clock, in order that
everyone may have an opportunity to
cast his ballot.
Representatives of the four organ-
izations, whose officers are to be elect-
ed tomorrow will be on hand to care
for the voters at the polls while mem-
bers of the student council will also
be ready to lend any assistance that
may be required.
Each of the four organizations has

printed separate ballots, and eligibili-
ty of voters will be decided by repre-
sentatives of the various organizations
present at the polls. Members of the
Union and Boat club will be required*
to show membership cards, athletic
books must be presented to vote for
officers of the athletic association
while everyone will be eligible to vote
for members of the board in control of
student publications.

SNAKE DANCE WILL
FEATURE SEND-OFF
"Pep" Tags to Be Distributed about
Campus This Morning by
Councilmen
CROWD MEETS AT 7:00 O'CLOCK
Everything is in readiness for to-
night's intercollegiate send-off cele-
bration, and with the Varsity band,
"Hap" Haff and a large crowd of loy-
al Michigan rooters on hand, a pep-
pery half hour is promised the 12 Wol-
verine track men whom Coach Farrell
is taking to the big eastern classic,
The crowd will assemble in front
of University hall promptly at 7:00
o'clock tonight, snake-dancing down
State street to the Michigan central
depot in a body, where Cheer Leader
Haff will be on hand to lead in the
yells.
More than 1,000 tags will be distribu-,
ted on the campus this morning bear-
ing an appropriate inscription. Mem-
bers of the student council and others
will be posted at prominent points on
the campus this morning to distribute
the tags.
The train leaves the depot at 7:30
o'clock, leaving a half hour for the
snake-dance down State street, and
the program of yells at the station.
Senior Laws Prepare to Hold Banquet
At a meeting of the senior law class
in room G of the law building at 12:00
o'clock today, plans for a banquet to
be held after examinations and be-
fore commencement will be consider-
ed.

J, STRASBURS, '02,
SPEAKSGAP NIGHT
Prominent Faculty Men and Students
to give Addresses in Obser-
vatory hollow
LARGE CROWD IS ANTICIPATED
James Strasburg, '02, manager of
the Detroit Saturday Night, and in-
cidentally one of the most popular
speakers at Michigan alumni functions
of all kinds in that city, has been se-
cured to speak at Cap Night, when
the traditional cap-burning ceremony
is held in Observatory Hollow Friday
evening.
Professors Robert M. Wenley, of the
philosophy department, and David Fri-
day, of the economics department, will
be the two faculty speakers. Both
are often called on to speak at stu-
dent functions and always receive a
hearty welcome.
The student speakers will be Robert
C. Barnum, '15, Ernest F. Hughitt,
'15E, and Edward H . Saier, '15L. Car-
roll B. Haff, '15L, will lead the cheer-
ing, and a leader for the singing will
be secured. Harold R. Schradzki, '15L,
will be master of ceremonies.
Rain Preie its Play in Class Tennis
Rain yesterday necessitated a post-
ponement of the fresh-soph tennis
match in the inter-class series, and
the game will be played off Thursday
afternoon. Juniors and seniors will
play off their doubles this afternoon
at the Varsity courts.

,_ . . -

CAMPUS ELECTION DAY
TIME-Thursday, 10:00 to 5:30 o'clock.
PLACE-Corridors of University hall.
Under supervision of student council.
NOMINEES

Michigan Union
President-Harry G. Gault, '15-
'17L; William C. Mullendore,
'16L.
Recording secretary-Louis M.
Bruch, '16L; John W. Finken-
staedt, '16; Earl B. McKinley,
'16.
Vice-president for the literary
college-James B. Angell, 2nd,
'16; Russell S. Collins, '16;
David R. Ballentine, '16.
Vice-president for the engineer-
ing college-Francis T. Mack,
'16E; Howard R. Phillips,
'16E; Donald A. Smith, '16E.
Vice-president for the Lawn
School-Eugene R. McCall,
'16L; Werner W. Schroeder,
'16L.
Vice-president for the Medical
School-Joseph R. Darnell,,
'18M; William J. Egan, '16Ma,
Vice-president - for the combined
schools and colleges-H.C. Al-
len, '16H; Edwin W. Crysler,
'16P; Frank J. Kane, '16D.
QUALIFICATION- Membership,
show card. Al
)llchigan Union Boat Club.
Commodore-Louis B. Hyde,
'16E; Wallace E. Reid; '16E;
Harold J. Smith, '16E.
Vice-commodore-Staatz M. Ab-
rams, '17E; Lee E. Joslyn, '17;
William L. Watson, '17E.
Secretary-Elliot W. Bisbee, '16;
Alvin M. Bentley, Jr., '16;
Richard C.Jeter, Jr., '16E.
Treasurer-Harry G. Sparks,
'17E; Ellis D. Slater, '17; Wil-
liam W. Williams, '17.
QUALIFICATION- Membership,
show card.

Board in Control of Student
Publications
Student members-Fred B.
Foulk, '13-'16L; Adna R. John-
son, '16L; Francis T. Mack,
'16E; Henry C. Rummel, '14-
'1L;T. Hawley Tapping, '16L;
Paul F. Thompson, '16L; Wer-
ner W. Schroeder, '16L; Ren-
ville Wheat, '16L.
Every studefit is entitled to vote
for three nominees.
Athletic Association
Varsity track manager-Martin
Beaver, '16, John Finkensteadt,
'16.
Assistant track managers (four
to be chosen)-Kemp S. Burge,
'17; Julian S. Burrows, '17E;
Robert Frantz, '17E; Thomas
Paisley, '17E; John C. B. Par-
ker, '17; Al Stoll, '17L; John
Sanders, '17L.
Varsity baseball manager-C. K.
Stryker, '16E; Sidney Steen,
'17E.
Assistant baseball managers
(four to be chosen)-T. S.
Cox, '17; H. C. Snyder, '17E;
M. B. Woodruff, '17; R. C. Cor-
lett, '17E; Kirk White, '17; H.
Gray Muzzy, '17; G. A. How-
land, '17L; E. F. Walsh, '17.
Interscholastic manager-A. M.
Bentley, '16; Ray J. Mills,
'16OL.
Assitant interscholastic mana-
gers (four to be chosen)-
William C. Edwards, '17, Gor-
don Smith, '17E; R. W. Col-
lins, '17E; Harry Carlson,
'17E; C. G. Hulbert, '17; Lee
Watson, '17E; W. L. Owen,
'17L; 0. E. MacDonald, '17.
QUALIFICATION-Athletic cou-
pon.

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