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THE DJ IALLY~
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Al. XXV, No. 172.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1915.

PRICE FIVE

GIVES TRACK SQUAD
ROU SINGSEND-OAFF
Crowd of ,00 Students Led by Band
Gathers at Depot to Cheer
Farrell's Varsity
Athletes
TAKES LIGHT DRILL AT FERRY
FIELD BEFORE STARTING EAST
Party Scheduled to Reach Philadelphia
' Today, but Holds No
Practices
Michigan's track team, 12 strong,
with Coach Farrell and Manager Con-
nely took its departure for the eastern
intercollegiates last night amid the
rousing cheers of 1,500 students, and
the stirring music of the Varsity band.
Not since Michigan sent its gridiron
warriors down to Harvard have the
Maize and Blue rooters given a Varsi-
ty team such a send-off.,
In the yells, which were led by Cap-
tain-elect "Bill" Cochran of the foot-
ball team and "Hap" Haff, the throng
of students displayed more enthusi-
asm than has been shown since the
mass meetings of last fall.
With cheers for Captain Smith and
every member of the team, and more
for "Steve," the squad boarded the
Ann Arbor train for Toledo at 7:30
o'clock. The team will arrive at
Franklin field, Philadelphia, today.
Coach Farrell did not permit his
athletes to do anything but the lightest
sort of work on Ferry field during the
afternoon because of theecold weather
and strong wind. The coach stated
that in all probability the squad would
not work out on Franklin field after
arriving at Pennsylvania, and that
their next appearance in track suits
would be Friday afternoon when they
took part in the preliminaries which
are staged that day.
10 ENGINEERS INITIATED BY
VULCANS, HONORARY SOCIETY
Vulcans, gods of the fiery elements,
and erstwhile members of the senior
engineering honorary society, descend-
ed on 10 junior engineers yesterday af-
ternoon in the yard east of the library
and bore them away to their work-
shop. After the initiation, which open-
ed with anvil practice, a banquet was
held in honor of the initiates at the7
Catalpa Inn.
The new members of Vulcan society1
are as follows: Don A. Smith, Harold
J. Smith, Harley D. Warner, John K.
Norton, E. D. Crumpacker, Louis B.
Hyde, H. H. Caswell, D. R. Maltby,:
Carleton E. Stryker and E. J. Dillman.
REPORTS SEVERAL JOBS FOR 1
SUMIER OPEN AT "Y" BUREAU
While positions seem to be rather
scarce so far this year, P. C. Lovejoy,
'16, of the "Y" employment bureau,
reports that he has several jobs on the
list for students desiring work for the
summer.
There is a position open with a
large manufacturing concern in the
state for an electrical engineering stu-
dent. The position does not require
the man to be a graduate, but anyone
with two or three years' work in the
engineering college.
Several requests have been received
at the "Y" for students desiring sales-1
man's work for the summer. Several,
men are also wanted to do collectinga
work in the city on a commission bas-

is, collecting to begin at once. The1
work will last at least 10 days.
All students desiring to work for
their rooms next year will have the
privilege of listing their names at the;
"Y" next Saturday morning at nine
('clock.
No Free Show at Majestic Tomorrow
Manager J. J. Hebert, of the Majes-
,tic theater, regrets that he will be un-
:able to give the customary free show
for freshmen on Friday night as in-
tended. After making arrangements
to do so, he was informed at the.last.
moment by -the man in charge of the;
picture, that he would not agree to
exhibit his picture at any free show.
Arcbitects' Society to Name Officers
Architectural society will hold, its
election of officers at 4:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in room 311 new
engineering building. Plans of the
society for next year will also be dis-

TODAY
Campus Election Day in University
Hall, 10:00 to 5:30 o'clock.
Gargoyle-Daily baseball game, fSouth
Ferry field, 3:30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Night in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall, 7:45 o'clock.
Sigma Xi banquet at Union, 7:00
o'clock.
TOMORROW
Cap Night in Observatory Hollow, 8:00
o'clock.
Regatta at Barton pond, 4:00 o'clock.
Saxophone dance, Michigan Union,
9:00 o'clock.
Cabinet Club Elects Cox President
Officers of the Cabinet club for the
coining year were' elected recently at
a dinner given by that organization at
the Union. The names of the newly
elected men are: President, T. S. Cox,
'17; vice-president, R. S. Kohr, '17E;
secretary, F. F. Nesbit, '17; treasurer,
Roger Birdsell, '17E; historian, C. A.
Peters, '17E.
FRESHMEN STAGE
AN NUA-L CAP NIGHT
First Year Ne to Burn Insignia of
Verdancy in Bonfire Built
by Sophomores

CAMPUS ELECTION
TAKES PLACE TODAY
Vote 'on Officers of Union, Boat Club,
Athletic Association and
Publication
Board
BALLOTING TO TAKE PLACE IN
MAIN CORRIDOR OF "U" HALL
Student Councilmen in Charge; Look
for Record Turnout.
of Voters
Michigan's initial Campus Election
day, at which officials of the athletic
association, board in control of stu-
dent publications, the Michigan. Union
and the Boat club will be chosen, will
be held today.
The affair will be in charge of the
student council, which has arranged
for the ~polls to be 'open from 10:00
o'clock until 5:30 o'clock; and all in-
dications point to'a record vote for
each organization.,
Students are urged by those promot-
ing the new plan of a general election
to cast a ballot in every organization
in which they are entitled to suffrage.
There will be separate ballots and
booths for each organization.
Every student of the university is
entitled to vote for members of the
publications board. Athletic book cou-
pons are required to cast a ballot for
the athletic association managerships,
and membership' cards will be requir-
ed to vote in the Union and Boat club
elections.
University women are urged to vote
in both the publications and athletic
elections. In the past, the number of
women's votes cast each year has been
negligible, but this year it is hoped
x representative number will -use the.
suffrage.
The lists of nominees for the offices
of all the' organizations included in
today's election will be found in an-
other column.

CHANGESMDE IN
INTERCLASS SPORT
Personnel of Board of Directors and
Constitution Are Revised
lit Final Meeting
Yesterday
INTERCOLLEGE MANAGER, NEW
(.'01PETITIVE OFFICE, CREATED
Adna R. Johnson, F. G Millard and
Fred E. Gould Elected
to Board
Drastic changes in the constitution
and make-up of the board of directors
of the athletic association will follow
the adoption of the new plan of inter-
class athletics as adopted by the board
in its final session of the year held
yesterday.
The scheme, as ratified, is as outlin-
ed in The Daily yesterday. Intramur-
al Director Rowe was added as a mem-
ber of the directorate, and the offices
of secretary and treasurer were com-
bined. To the board will be added a
new manager, to be known as the in-
tercollege manager. This office will
be a competitive one to be filled in
much the same way as are the other
Varsity managerships, and to stand on
the same footing as they do.
The measure provides for an inter-
college board of'control, from which
the intercollege manager will be chos-
en. It will have complete control over
all class athletics.
The board of directors elected the
student members of the board in con-
trol of athletics yesterday. The men
chosen are: Adna R. Johnson, '16L,
F. G. Millard, '16L, and Fred E. Gould,
'17L. Millard is at present a member
of the board of directors, acting in
the capacity of interscholastic man-
ager. The board sent a recommenda-
tion to the board in control to the ef-
fect that a change'be made in the kind
of sweater given to men who win their
track "M" a second time.

B AND

WILL LEAD PROCESSIONI

Cap Night, Michigan's most pictur-
esque tradition, will be celebrated to-
morrow night in Observatory Hollow,
and with every detail of the plans
worked out, the 1918 class awaits the
signal to participate in the annual
cap burning celebration.
A committee composed of 30 soph-
omores has canvassed the business
men of the city and has secured the
promise of a supply of wood for the
bonfire. The combustibles will be
collected by the second year men with
a number of drays Friday afternoon.
Colored fire will be provided for use
in the line of the parade. It is inti-
mated that the second year men are
planning a new feature to spring on
the freshmen at cap night this year,
but its exact nature has not been di-
vulged.
Led by the Varsity band, the proces-
sion will leave the campus promptly
at 7:30 o'clock. The seniors in caps
and gowns will follow immediately af-
ter the band, and the other classes will
follow in their order, the freshmen
wearing tennis shoes.
ALL-FRESH NET TEAM FACES
TENNIS SQUAD FROM NORMAL
Ypsilanti Normal's- tennis, team
journeyed to Ann Arbor yesterday for
their clash with the All-Fresh racquet
wielders, 'but poor condition of the
courts made the match impossible.
The game will be staged today at
2:00 o'clock on the Varsity courts,
weather conditions being favorable.
Try to Fly Hydroaeroplane Saturday
Work is being rushed on repairing
the leaky pontoons with which the
Aero club's new hydroaeroplane is at
present equipped. Upon removing the
rusted sheet aluminum from the pon-
toons, it was discovered that the
frames were in poor condition. It
was found necessary to rebuild them
in part. Every effort is being made to
get the machine on the water by Fri-
day in order that a flight may be made
on Saturday.
Regatta Committee Asks Student Aid
Members of the committee in charge
of plans for the Boat club regatta re-
quest the services of all students who
can aid in setting up tents and booths
this afternoon. All who can aid in
this work will find the committeemen
at Barton pond throughout the after-
noon.
argoyle- aily Mane Played Today
Nothing short of a flood will prevent
the baseball gaime between the staff
of The Michigan Daily and that of the
Gargoyle, which is scheduled to take
place at Ferry field at :3:30 o'clock
this afternoon. The gan(e was post-
poned from last week.

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HAWAIIAN COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
MEMBERS IN PROGRAM TONIGHT
Hawaiian members of the Cosmopol-
itan club will represent their native
island in song and story at the last
entertainment of the club this year,
to be held at 7:45 o'clock this evening,
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
W. F. Crockett, '16D, will give an
address on the political and social
conditions of the island country, while
W. C. Achi, '17L, will give an illustrat-
ed talk on "Scenic Hawaii." Achi and
Crockett together will render several
Hawaiian musical numbers in duet
upon a guitar and ukelele. Prof. J.
A. C. Hildner, of the German depart-
ment will address the members of the
club preceding the entertainment,
summing up briefly the work of the or-
ganization during the current year.
The entertainment will be open to all
members of the club and their friends.+
Beaver Candidate for Track Managera
To correct an erroneous impression
conveyed by yesterday morning's Mich-+
igan Daily, the board of directors of
the athletic association wishes to an-
nounce that Melvin Beaver is the can-
didate for Varsity track manager. His
opponent for this position is John W.
Finkenstaedt.
INFIELER BRIWALTZ
HAS NOSE BROKEN
Third Sacker Injured During Batting
Practice but Expects to Play
against M. A. C.
ROOTERtS 'TO RID)E WITH TEAM
Waltz, veteran third sacker, brokeJ
his nose in batting practice yesterday.
The ball was served up to Waltz byJ
Andrus the freshman pitcher, andi
in trying to get out of the way, Waltz+
accidentally hit the ball with his bat,'
and it glanced off, striking and break-i
ing the infielder's nose. He was taken
to the club house and his injury at-
tended to, after which he went back
to the game. Just how serious thei
fracture is, 'will not be determined
until later, but it is not thought that
the player will be out of the M. A. C.
clash on Saturday.
The cold weather did not keep many
of the men away from 'the first real
day of practice since the return from
the eastern trip. The Varsity went
through a snappy drill in batting and
fielding, followed by a short game with
the Reserves.
Coach Lundgren stated yesterday
that Sisler and Ferguson would be the
men to work against the Aggies in the
coming games. Ferguson has been
a bit wild since his return from the
hospital, and an ache in his back,
which may be a dislocated vertebra, is
given as the cause for his occasional
wildness. The coach feels that Fer-
guson is going well, however, and if
the twirler says he is fit, he will be
given a chance at East Lansing.
The team leaves on a special inter-
urban car at 11:45 o'clock Friday
morning from State street. All the
men who have been on the field for
practice will be taken with the regu-
lar Varsity squad. All men are re-
quested to inquire at practice at Ferry
field for particulars in regard to the
trip. The management announces that
there will be sufficient accommoda-
tions for Michigan rooters.
ORPHEUM THEATER SLIGHTLY
DAMAGED IN ATTEMPTED RUSH

In an effort to quell a disturbance
in front of the Orpheum theater last
night, four members of the local po-
lice force were roughly handled by a
large crowd of students who were re-
turning from the Ann Arbor railroad
station where the track team had been
given a send-off. Some slight damage
resulted to the front of the picture
house when the students tried to force
their way in. The coat of one student
was torn from him, and student coun-
cilmen on the scene dispersed the
crowd by threatening to ascertain the
name of the offender.
Keystone State Club Elects Officers
Keystone State club elected the fol-
lowing officers for next year, at a
smoker held Tuesday night, at the
Union: President, W. E. Morris, '16L;
vice-president, Hobart M. Birmingham,
'17; treasurer, F. J. Beachly, '16;
secretary, T. C. Hill, '16E.

GREEK FETE'MEETS
WITHBIGSUCSS
Costumes, Dances, Scenery and Light-
ling Effects Make Favorable
I mpression on
Audience
TO GIVE SECOND PERFORMANCE
IN NEAR FUTURE IF POSSIBLE
Genevieve O'Leary, Helen Champion
and Mi Winslow Carry
off Honors
Observatory Hollow was changed to
a rendezvous' of fairies last night,
when 60 graceful members of the cast
of "Demeter and Persepho::e" present-
ed the Greek myth to an appreciative
audience numbering nearly 2,00.
From the beginning, the perform-
ance was given without a hitch The
costumes, combined with the dacing,
the lighting effects, the natural beauty
of the scene, and the clever interpre-
tation of the myth, left nothing to be
desired. As no -out-door rehearsals
had been held, because of the inclem-
ent weather, much praise should be
given Miss Alice Evans, directress of
physical education for women, for the
work and time she gave to' make the
event a success.
Genevieve O'Leary, '16, who had the
part of Persephone, carried out her
difficult role with natural grace, while
the part of Demeter was portrayed by
Helen Champion, '17, with dignity and
ease. The part is one that might eas-;
ily be the cause of a =great deal of
self-consciousness because of the ap-
parent inaction of the actress, but
Miss Champion carried off honors.
Mina Winslow, grad., who appeared
as Hermes, messenger of the gods,
presented her work with a finished
technique. The dancing of the groups
of Greek maidens portraying the win-
ter and summer seasons was similar to
that of professionals. The pantomIme
of the coming of spring was well re-
ceived by the audience.
Ellen Sargeant, '15, had charge of
the orchestra and music. A good share
of the latter was written by her, and
prepared for orchestration by William
Mills, '18. During the intermission
between the departure of Hermes and
the entrance of the spring maidens,
the girls' glee club sang a selection
which drew rounds of applause from
the audience.
After the portrayal of the myth, sen-
ior and junior women presented their
annual Lantern Night celebration. Dig-
nified seniors strode across the stage,
which was lighted by three search-
lights, each carrying a lighted Japa-
nese lantern. After forming a block
"M," they were met by the juniors,' to
whom the lanterns were presented,
symbolizing the faith and trust which
the outgoing women place in the com-
ing seniors.
Because of the success of last night's
performance, a number of -requests
have been made that it be repeated
some time next week. Miss Evans
expressed herself as favoring the plan,
and if satisfactory arrangements can
be brought about another performance
will be given.
TOTEM CLUB HOLDS BANQUET
AND ELECTS 1916 OFFICERS
Members of the Totem club held a
membership banquet at the Union lasi
evening, at which the officers elected
for the coming year were installed

The officers are: George Ellis, '16
president; Harold Wisner, '18H, vice-
president; Marshall Troester, '17, sec-
retary; Clarence Kretzschmar, '18
treasurer; and Kenneth Keyes, '17
sergeant-at-arms. In addition to
speeches made by all of the newly in-
stalled officers, short talks were giver
by J. R. Thomas, '15L, Walter Erley
grad., Waldo Hunt, '16, Harold Hen-
derson, '16M, and Robert Allan, '17L
who acted as toastmaster.
Plans have been made for holding
the annual post-exam membershij
dance at the Detroit Motor Boat clut
in Detroit on the evening of Thursday
June 17.
Stage Class Tennis Contests Toda3
Doubles matches in interclass ten
nis between the junior and senio
teams, which had to be postponed yes
terday, will be played off today in cas(
the courts are in shape. The soph
fresh match which was postponed fron
last week, will also be staged today.

CAMPUS ELECTION DAY
TIME-Today, 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,
'14-'16L.
Recording secretary-Louis M.
Bruch, '16L; John W. Finken-
staedt, '16; Earl B. McKinley,
,A.
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 H. Phillips,
'16E; Donald A. Smith, '16E.
Vice-president for the Law
chool-Eugene R. 'McCall,
'16L; Werner W. Schroeder,
'1L.
Vice-president for the Medical
School-Joseph R. -Darnell,
'18M; William J. Egan, '16M.
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.
Michigan Union Boat Club.
Commodore-Louis B. Hyde,
'16E; Wallace E. Reid, '16E;
Harold J. Smith, '16E.
Vice-egmmodore-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, '14-'16L; Francis T. Mack,
'16E; Henry C. Rummel, '14-
'16L; Werner W. Schroeder,
'14-'16L; T. Hawley Tapping,
'16L; Paul F. Thompson, '16L;
Renville Wheat, '14-'16L.
Every student is entitled to vote
for three nominees.
Athletic Association
Varsity track manager-Melvin
Beaver, '16; John W. Finken-
staedt, '16.
Assistant track managers (four
to be chosen)-Kemp S. Burge,
'17; Julian S. Burrows, '17E;
Robert Frantz, '17A; D. K.
McKisson, '17E; Thomas Pais-
ley, '17E; John C. B. Parker,
'17; John Sanders, '17L; Al
Stoll, '17L.
Varsity baseball manager-S. T.
Steen, '16E; C. K. Stryker,
'16.
Assistant baseball managers
(four to be chosen)-R. C. Cor-
lett, '17E; T. S. Cox, '17; G. A.
Howland. '17L; H. Gray Muz-
zy, '17; H. C. Snyder, '17E; E.
F. Walsh, '17; Kirk White, '17;
M. B. Woodruff, '17.
Interscholastic manager-A. M.
Bentley, '16; Ray J. Mills,
'16L.
Assistant Interscholastic mana-
gers (four to be chosen)--
Harry Carlson, '17E; R. W.
Collins, '17E; William C. Ed-
wards, '17; C: G. Hulbert, '17;
D. A. Macdonald, '17L; W. L.
Owen, '17L; Gordon Smith,
'17E; Lee Watson, '17E.
QUALIFICATION-Athletic cou-
pon.

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