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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1915.

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TODAY
Menorah society elects officers in New-
berry hall at 8:00 o'clock.
Mr. F. C. Boynton speaks on, "The
Stranger's Faith," at the Congrega-
tional church at 10:00 o'clock.
Professor Hardiker will give an illus-
trated lecture on India in the Bap-
tist church auditorium at 6:30
o'clock.
T1103ORROW
Legal Holiday.
Memorial day dance at Union 9:00 to
1:00 o'clock.
WOLVRINEOFFERS-
B3oard in Control Gives Summer Paper
Permission to Publish
Address Books
OTHER NEW FEATURES PLANNED

* * *- * *

OBERLIN DEFEAI S iIBVIGAN
IN VARSITY TENNIS )IATCIIES
Ohio Racquet Men Walk Away with
All .Five Contests, Taking
Ten Sets
Oberlin defeated the Michigan ten-
nis team in the first at home tennis
match which has been played by the
Varsity racqueteers in three years, the
Ohio boys walking away with five
matches, while the Michigan tennis
players could not even take one of the
tilts.
Switzer and Mack did the only win-
ning for the Michigan men, each of
these players securing one out of three
sets. The other ten sets of the 12
playedf went to the Oberlin men.
Reindel, the Michigan captain, in
spite of his defeat, played better ten-
nis here than he has ever shown.
Crawford was unable to play his sin-
gles, his place being taken by Polas-
ky. The regular returned to play doub-
les, but his foot prevented him fron
playing up to form.
The summaries follow: Singles-1.
C. Andrus (0) d. Switzer (M), 8-6,
3-6, .6-1; D. W. Andrus (0) d. Polas-
ky (M), 6-3, 6-1; Wilder (O) d.
Reindel (M), 6-3, 8-6; Bissell (0) d.
Mack (M), 7--5, 3-6, 6-8. Doubles-
Bissell and Wilder (O) d. Reindel and
Crawford (M), 6-4, 7-5.
Fresh Engineers Postpone Pow-Wow
Due to poor weather conditions,
the fresh engineers pow-wow was post-

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to The Michigan Daily)
'LPHIA, PA., May 29-
0 man track team tied for
in the Eastern Intercolle-
securing 14 points, the
r which Dartmouth regis-
ain Smith, of the Maize
am, alone scored 10 of the
unters, by taking firsts in
)-yard dash and the 220-

PROSECUTIOR (LEARS MYSTERY
5111110U NI)IN( A lEGCEDI FOR{4ER
Not PassIng Entrance Examiinations
Aiup nt ('alus4e for oggin's
Check Passing
According to a telegram received by
Prosecuting Attorney C. A. Lehman,
in response to a query sent by him to
the authorities of Iloneoye Falls, N. Y.,
with respect to Edward L. Goggin, the
man held here for forgery, it was as-
certained that Goggin's parents be-
lieved that he had come to Ann Ar-
bor for the purpose of attending the
university. It was also learned that
Goggin had never been in any trouble
before.
Goggin has confessed that he came
to the university with insufficient prep-
aration, and because of this he failed
to pass his entrance examinations.
Fearing to tell his father of this fact,
he continued to reside in Ann Arbor
earning his board from September un-
til December. When he lost his posi-
tion through unsatisfactory work, he
began the issuing of false checks.
Several checks were brought to the
oflice of the sheriff during yesterday,
nearly all of which Goggin admitted
to have forged.
Raiii Prevents All-Fresh Ball Game
Michigan's All-Fresh baseball team
was prevented from trying to tie the
series with the Polish Seminary yes-
terday afternoon, the grounds at Fer-
ry field being in bad shape due to the
heavy rains on Friday night.

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Dignan lf.
1. 2
Fresh medics 0 3
Soph eng. ...1 0,

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MEDICS TROUNCE ENGINEERS
IN INTERCLASS BALL SERIES
Wet grounds did not prevent the
fresh medics from giving their oppon-
ents, the soph engineers, a thorough
trouncing yesterday. Vollmeyer's ex-
cellent delivery and fast work by the
medic infield kept the sophomores
from reaching the initial sack often.
Line-up and score:
Fresh medics-Smallman 1b, Voll-
meyer p, Fellows ss, Funk 3b, Rued-
erman c, Smith cf, Schutz rf,.Norton
2b, Hyde lf.
Soph engineers-Pollock ss, Collins
cf, Martin 3b and p, Whalen 3b,
Krause 2b, Paisley 1b, Bowles c, Cart-

FARMERS CAPTURE'
FRESH""" TRACK MEET[

Yearlings, Deprived of Three
Drop Outdoor Contest
for First Time

Stars

I
GRABBED BY M,1
Varsity Outhits 31. A. C. in Yesterd
gaseball Game, but Fails to
Overcome Jinx; Final
Score, 4-2
WEEDER KEEPS WOLVERINES
1ITS WELL SCATTERED; FAl
1isler Leuds Both Teams in Bat
(xetting Three nits in
Four Times Up
Although outhit nine to seven, N\
C. won the third and deciding b
ball game of the series with Mich
yesterday afternoon. The final s
was four to two, with the Aggiei
top.
.Both Ferguson and Sisler, who pi
ed for Michigan held the Farmer
few hits, although each walked
men. Ferguson struck out two, w
Sisler succeeded in making seven
the breeze. Only two hits were n
off the wizard southpaw while he
i the box. Weeder, pitching foi
A. C. had the Wolverines' jinx,
as he did in the game played on
ry field, and succeeded in sending
back to the bench by the strike
route, in addition to keeping the
well scattered.
Sisler was the hitting star of
day, securing. three hits in four ti
to the plate. Labadie, McQueen
Waltz all broke into the extra-1
hit column with two-baggers,
The fielding feature of the day
staged by Captain McQueen, who
bed a hard hit ball back of second 1
in his bare hand, and by a remark
throw put out the man at first.
M. A. C. scored one run in the
and three in the sixth. Michigan s
ed a rally in the latter part of
game, scoring one run in two of
last innings, but the players'
for: fell short, and the earlier I
of ,,. Aggies gave them the victor
The line-up and summary follo
Mich'igan
AB RHPO A
Brandell lf ........ 4 0 1 1 C
McQueen 2b ....... 3 1 1 0
Sisler m &p.......4 0 3 0 .I

ptain romped away
.d in each of his
e shorter distance
the 220-yard in 22
f these races Tesch-
.s second man, and
11, who was feared
opponent against
ichigan's remaining
buted between Car-
d in the mile, ana
fifth place in the
tance run was cov-
2 seconds, and was
of Princeton, with
ell second, and the
J .
e pole-vault was a
ree men being tied
at 12 feet. Wilson
topping the bar at
Cornell, Carter of
of Harvard, were
ed at 12 feet, while
a went six inches
n, and took fourth
all, who set the for-
two-mile record of
onds, finished third
11, and Overton of
te 27 1-5 seconds
artmouth broke the
-put by'heaving the
) feet 4 7-8 inches,
es farther than the
Meredith of Penn
48 seconds, equal-
>y Reidpath of Syr-
h is the 1. C. A. A,
yard dash-First,
second, Teschner
ngersoll (Cornell);
(Yale); fifth Foley
-10 sec.
urdles-First, Fer-
ond, Starr (Cor-
aitt (Penn State);
hell); fifth, Lukens
15 2-5 sec.
-First, MacKenzie
I, Windnagle (Cor-
roll (Michigan);
ceton); fifth, Irish
1:22 4-5.
rst, J. E. Meredith
Vilcox (Harvard);
on page 4)

For the first time at Michigan, an
official bound student directory for the
summer, will be issued this year. At a
meeting of the board in control of stu-
dent publications held yesterday, per-
mission was given the Wolverine, the
summer school paper, to issue a direc-
tory similar to the one published dur-
ing the regular term.
The directory will contain the names
of all those enrolled in the summer;
session, and will be issued during the
first week of college. The manage-
ment of the Wolverine will give one
of the directories to each subscriber
to the paper, on the presentation of
the subscription slip. To others, the
directory will sell for 15 cents. In
fnier years the list of summer school
students has been published in the
columns of the paper, and the inno-
vation is expected to be a convenience
to the students.
Plans for the Wolverine are prac-
tically complete. The first issue will
be a special number, and will come
out Commencement day. The other 24
issues will be published three times
a week during the entire summer
school.
Several new features are planned
for the paper this year, including a
brief summary of the war news in ev-
ery paper, a special humor column
and a small department for literary
selections.
The staff of the paper will probably
be selected in the near future, and men
desiring to work in journalism during
the summer should get in touch with
H. R. Marsh, '15, at once. . Business
Manager Ferris- Fitch, '15, also ex-
pects several more men to work on
the business side of the paper.
WILL REPRODUCE GREEK FETE,
"PE RSE PLONE AND I)EME TE R"
As a result of the numerous' re-
quests for a reproduction, the Greek
myth, "Prsephone and Demeter," will
be given for a second time at 7:15
o'clock, Tuesday, June 1, at Observa-
tory hollow.
, More seats will be provided for this
production, in order to accommodate
the anticipated crowds. Tickets will
be put on sale Tuesday, on the cam-
pus.
Frances Hickok to Present Oration
Frances Hickok, '15, will present
the oration, "The Mission of the New
Womanhood," which won her second
prize in the Western OratoricalAsso-
ciation contest, at the last regular
meeting of the year of the Ann Arbor
Equal Suffrage association at 7:30
o'clock, Tuesday evening, June 1, in
Harris hall.

poned from last
urday.

REGATTA FEATURlED
BY SHELL CONTEST

night until next Sat-

Detroit Crew Defeats Grand
by Three Lengths in
Exciting Race

Rapids Louis Bruch Chosen Editor of
11iebig anicnsian, and Glenn
Coulter Manager

1916

WEATHER HINDERS ACTIVITIES
Featured by a close contest between
the eight-oared shell cre\vs of the De-
troit Boat club and the Grand Rapids
Boat club, said by the officials to be
one of the most spectacular ever row-
ed in this part of the country, the third
annual regatta of the Michigan Union
Boat club was held yesterday after-
noon on the Barton dam pond. The
contest was close from the start. In
the last quarter-mile the Detroit club
eight slowly drew away from the
Grand Rapids oarsmen, crossing the
line a victor by three lengths. The
time was five minutes, eight and one-
half seconds.
The other shell races were all close,
the Grand Rapids crews winning each
of them by less than three lengths.
Five canoe races, and the swimming
and diving contests furnished much
amusement to the many spectators.
Music was provided in the afternoon
by the, Varsity band, and in the ev-
ening members of the Glee and Mae-
dolin clubs furnished several num-
bers as part of the water carnival pro-
gram.
Activity in the carnival was limited
because of the uncertain weather con-
ditions, but a number of campus soci-
eties were represented by floats.
Sphinx won the cup for the most at-
tractive float, with a representation of
a pyramid around which four Egyptian
priests sat. Michigamua and Trian-
gles pressed Sphinx hard, making a de-
cision difficult.

ALTER DAILY EDITORlAL BOARDI
Louis M. Bruch, '16L, managing edi-
tor, and Glenn M. Coulter, '16, busine
manager, were the men selected by
the board in control of student publi-
cations at its meeting yesterday after-
noon, to direct the work of publishing
the 1916 Michigangnsian. Both men by
their consistent work on the issues of
the past two years have shown suffi-
cient ability to warrant the board's
action in placing the responsibility in
their hands.
A considerable change in the organi-
zation of The Daily staff was made,
when a resolution was ,passed provid-
ing for a new editorial board. The
managing editor will each year nomi-
nate six men, dither staff men or men
in close touch with campus activities
and of wide campus experience. From
this number the board in control will
select four men who. will compose the
editorial board. These men will meet
with the editor twice a week to discuss
policies, and will write editorials at
the request of the managing editor who
is to retain veto power.
Gertrude Patterson Engaged to C. Haff
Prof. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson, at a
dinner given at their home last night,
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Gertrude Patterson, to
Carroll B. laff, '13-'15L. Miss Patter-
son is at present enrolled in the school
of music.

FINAL SCORk TOTALS 70 13-58 2-3
Deprived of three star men, Michi-
gan's All-Fresh track team was defeat-
ed in the annual outdoor meet with
M. A. C. yesterday, ,the Farmers win-
ning by the score of 70 1-3 to 58 2-3.
This is the first victory that the Lan-
sing institution has ever won over an,
All-Fresh track team. Owing to the
heaviness of the track, no exceptional
time was made in any of the events,,
but the meet was hotly contested
throughout.
In the absence of "Al" Robinson,
who probably would have scored 15
points, Fischer proved to be the indi-
vidual star of the meet. He made a
valiant effort to fill the captain's
shoes, by taking first in both the 100-
yard dash and the 220, and second in
the low hurdles.
A distance of 39 feet 11 inches, by
Blue of the Aggies, was the best mark
in the shot-put. This event ,'would
have been won easily by Loud of the
All-Fresh, had scholastic troubles not
kept the weight man out. Wickersham
would undoubtedly have placed for the
yearlings in the hurdles, but his bad
knee would not permit his participa-
tion.
In spite of the crippled condition of
the team, the freshmen succeeded in
taking first in five events.
The summaries of the meet follow:
100-yard dash-Fischer. (F) first,
Peppard (A) second, Alderman (A)
third. Time-10 3-5 sec.
220-yard dash-Fischer (F) first,
Peppard (A) second, Alderman (A)
third. Time-23 sec.
Pole vault-Loveland (A) first,
"Clark (F) second, Scott (F), Sargent
(A) and Goodspeed (F) tied for third.
Height-11 feet.
120-yard high hurdles-Beattie (A)
first, .Dunlap (F) second. Time-16
2;-5 sec.
440-yard dash-Brusselbach (A)
first, Hardell (F) second, Krebs (A)
third. Time-52 4-5 sec.
880-yard run-Sheldon (A) first,
Matteson (F) second, Shadford (F)
third. Time-2,min. 7 sec.
Shot put-Blue (A) first, Walls (F)
second, Smith (F) third. Distance-
39 feet 11 inches.
Broad jump-Luther (F) first, Page
(F) second, Beattie (A) third. Dis-
tance-21 ft. 1 in.
220-yard low hurdles-Beattie (A)
first, Fischer (F) second, Hamill (A)
third. Time-26 sec.
Mile run-Furlong (A) first, Shel-
don (A) second, Murray (A) third.
Time-4 min. 47 sec.
High jump-Simmons (F) first, Lu-
ther (F) and Dunlap (F) tied for sec-
ond. Height-5 ft. 8 in.
Discus-Blue (A) first, Smith (F)
second, Blacklock (A) third. Distance
(Continued on page 4)

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Benton c...........4
Labadie rf......... 4
Maltby lb........
Waltz 3b..........4
Shivel ss...... 4
Ferguson p........2
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Presbyterian Church
COR. DIVISION & HURON
10:30 Preaching Service
12:00 Youngl I''ens Class
6:30 C. E. Service

TOTALS ........29 4 7 27 18 1
Score by innings:
Michigan.......0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0-2
M. A.C. ........00001300 *-4
. Summaries: Two base hits-Laba-
die, McQueen, Waltz; sacrifice hits-
Maltby, Williams, Frimodig, Brown;
stolen bases-Williams, Sisler; first
base on balls-by Ferguson 2 in 5 in-
nings, by Sisler 2 in 3 innings, by
Weeder 1 in 7 innings; struck out-
by Weeder 6, by Ferguson 2, by Sisler
7; passed balls-Bibbins; wild piches
-Ferguson; time of game-1 hour 50
minutes; umpire-Ferguson.
Fresh Lits Will give Pre-Exam Dance
Members of the fresh lit class will
conclude the social year with a pre-
exam dance to be given at 8: C o'clock
Thursday night in Earbour ,ym. Blue
book dances will feature the evening.
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