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TODAY
Judge R. W. Lee speaks on, "The Civ-
11 Law and the Common Law-a
World Survey," to the public meet-
ing of the Order of the Coif, room
C law building, 4:00 o'clock.
Fresh lit pre-exam dance, Barbour
gymnasium, 8:00 o'clock.'
TOMORROW
Gargoyle out at noon.
Baseball-Michigan vs. Notre Dame,
Ferry field, 4:05 o'clock.
Women's League June party, Barbour
gymnasium, 8:30 o'clock.
Round-up dance at Union, 8:30 o'clock.

REVJARD DEFEA9TED
VARSITYMANAGERS
As Result of Ruling Passed by Board
of Directors Men Will Become
heads of All-Fresh
Teams
WILL SERVE AS STIMULUS FOR
VARSITY ANATA ERIAL TRYOUTS
Stryker to Lead Next Year's Yearling
Baseball Team and Beaver
Will Ilead Track Men

MAIL INVITATIONS
TO 30,0'00 ALUMNI
President Harry B. Hutchins to Deliv-
er Baccalaureate Address, June
20, in 1ill Auditorium at
8:00 O'clock
WILLIAM 0. THOMPSON, hEAD OF
011I0 STATE TO DELIVER TALK
To Distribute Senior Lit Admission
Tickets in Registrar Hall's
Office on Monday
"I have gone to Ann Arbor to renew
my youth. Return indefinite." Such
is the legend which the invitations
now being prepared .for 30,000 Michi-

WOMEN NAME LEAGUE OFFICERS
AND CHOOSE CLASS DIRECTORS
Officers of the Women's League foi
the coming year were elected yesterday
The results are as follows: President,
Helen Humphreys, '16; vice-president
Beatrice Lambrecht, '16; recording
secretary, Ruth Brown, '16; corres-
ponding secretary, Albertine Loomis,
'17; treasurer, Jeanette Armstrong, '17.
Directors for the different classes
were also chosen. For the seniors,
Ruth Hartzell was elected; for the
juniors, Margaret Reynolds and Anita
Kelley. The choice of the sophomore'
director has not been decided as yet.
The balloting resulted in a tie between
Clarissa Byn, Valora Quinlan and
Nona Myers. Another election will be
held Friday to decide the draw vote.

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for New Intercollege
Manager
WILL SERVE UNDER DIREC
ROWE DURING FIRST SEM

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P. H. Middleditch Chosen to
Chester H. Lang as Boa
Chairman

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>mes here tomorrow
for the game which
eam took from the
end of its southern
r did not go on the
lamazoo it is proba-
h will send his star
t the Indiana team
e two games which
>lay here in the next
nting Michigan has
'atholic nine, having
egation in the only
wo teams have had
an's former victory
a hard week of play
he performance was
foreign to the Mich-
the coming of the
to Ann Arbor, and
box, the Wolverines

Men defeated for the Varsity man-
agerships in baseball, football and
track will automatically be made the
managers of the same sports for the
All-Fresh teams, as a result of the rul-

To Attend American Medical Meeting
'Dean Victor C. Vaughan and Dr. Al-
fred S. Warthin, both of the Medical
School, will leave early next week to
attend the annual meeting of the
American Medical association to be
held at San Francisco. Dean Vaughan
is president of the association.
ELEC uSSWITZER
COMEDY_ CLUB HEAD
Organization to Produce "Stop Thief"
Next Year if Faculty Grants
Permission
WILL. PRESENT PLAY IN FALL
John S, Switzer, '16, was elected
president of the Comedy club for the

m went up
the former
ting streak,

d, coming year at a meeting held yester-
t- day afternoon in the C(ercle Francais
rooms. Switzer succeeds Louis K.
at Friedman, '15, as head of the club.

in tne box wui ne-
in the lineup of'the
probable that the
ade in the M. A. C.
.Brandell will go'
In left field, while
Ition will be filled
en were unable to
n account of bad
good day for prac-
ch will be able to
n his men's condi-
ime.
Dixie Club Officers
last night, mem-
lub elected officers
r. W. J. Goodwin,
resident, Y. R. Alt-
esident, W. L. Ow-
F. B. Thompson,'
I F. W. Wood, '16,
Plans were also
reception of new
e opening of school
lects New Officers
iet last night and
nig officers for the
dent, D. -A. Gallup,
R. H. Easterbrook,
H. Hoak, '16; cor-
y, D. T. Lee, '17;
16. Th1e following
to the staff of the
late editor, D. 0.
s manager, F. R.
Initiate Tomorrow
Cound-up club will
;ion at 6:00 o'clock
at the flag-pole on
wing the initiation

The committee chosen to pick the
play for next year has decided upon
"Stop Thief" by Carlyle Moore, and
if the faculty sanction is received this
modern play will be ;presented to the
campus next fall. Prof. Louis A.
Strauss, of the English department, is
chairman of the faculty representa-
tives. The play will be definitely de-
cided upon before the close of college
this year and will be given before the
Christmas vacation next fall. The
management of the club is planning an
extended trip for the members of next
year's play. Plans were also form-
ulated at yesterday's meeting to give
a campus vaudeville show at the be-
ginning of the college session in the
fall.
For some time there has been an ag-
itation on the campus for the Comedy
club to produce a modern play and the
committee has taken this into consid-
eration in selecting the play for next
year,. All members of th'e club who do
not participate in the big play will be
given a chance to display their ability
at one of the smaller ones which will
be given during the year. One of the
chief reasons for giving the play in
the fall is to avoid a conflict with the
Union opera.
F. E. Loudy Gives Talk to Aero Club
At a meeting of the Aero club held
last night F. E. Loudy, '15E, explained
in detail the construction of a flying
boat which was designed by himself.
The following officers were elected for
next year: President, F. E. Loudy, '15,
(reelected); vice-president, I . W.
Heinrich, 'UE; secretary-treasurer,
G. D. Cooke, '16E; experimental man-
ager, L. C. Wilcoxen, '16E; mechan-
ician, A. L. Oppenheimer, '1GE; gen-
eral passenger agent, W. F. Gerhardt,
'17E.

ings passed by the board of directors
of the athletic association at its meet--
ing yesterday. The new system was
designed to reward the defeated candi-
dates for the work done while assist-
ant managers, and to increase the ef-
ficiency in the managing of the first
year teams.
As the result of the new ruling, C.
E. Stryker, '16E, will be manager of
next year's All-Fresh baseball team,
and Martin Beaver, '16, manager of
the All-Fresh track team. Because
Boyd Compton, '16, the defeated can-
didate for Varsity football manager,
later was chosen for the office, the
board's new ruling will not provide a
manager for next yeayr's All-Fresh
football team. To fill this vacancy, the
directorate will probably name some
one at its first meeting in the fall.
The action of yesterday puts Mich-
igan on the same plane in the matter.
of rewarding defeated candidates as
inany of the large eastern universities.
The All-Fresh managers will receive
the yellow numerals of the sport which
they are connected with, the numerals
being of their class, however, and not
of the team which they manage. It is
believed that the appointment of the
managers will not only increase the
efficiency of freshmen athletics, but
will also serve as a stimulus to aspir-
ants for Varsity managerial positions.
DEAN V AUGHAN WILL ADDRESS
JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the Med-
ical School will leave for Philadelphia
tomorrow where he will deliver the
commencement address before the
graduating class of the Jefferson Med-
ical College of that city on Saturday.
Judge Lee Will Address Order of Coif
Judge R. W. Lee, dean of the LawI
School at McGill University of Mon-I
treal, will deliver the annual addressi
of The Order of the Coif at 4:00 o'clockl
this afternoon in room C, of the lawI
building. His subject will be "The
Civil Law and the Common Law-aI
World Survey." The society will ban-1
quet at the Union after the address. I

gan alumni, will bear, and which they
are advised to tack on their office
doors during attendance at the uni-
versity, commencement week. All
possible methods of arousing enthusi-
asm are to be employed this year in
the attempt to surpass the record of
last year, when the presence of 1,500
graduates set a new mark.
Although a few details yet remain to
be determined for the commencement
exercises, the general plans for the
week have been outlined and are as
follows: The baccalaureate address,
by President Harry B. Hutchins, will
be given Sunday, June 20,. at 8:00
o'clock in Hill auditorium. Classes
will assemble in the same places that
were designated for the Swing-out,that
is, senior lits will gather on the walk
between the museum and University
hall, senior engineers and architects
on the diagonal walk between Univer-
sity hall and Dr. Angell's residence,
senior medics on the walk between
University hall and the flag pole, sen-
for pharmics on the walk in front of
the cannon, homeops at the north en-
trance of the economics building and
the dents at the south entrance of the
same building.
The march to Hill auditorium will
begin promptly at 7:30 o'clock. In
case of rain, (a light sprinkle is not
to be considered as rain), the classes
will assemble in the foyer of Hill au-
ditorium at 7:30 o'clock, the senior
lits at the east end, and the others
ranged in the order of marching, en-
gineers and architects, medics, laws,
pharmics, homeops and dents.
The senior promenade will start at
7:00 o'clock, Tuesday, June 22. Classes
will assemble in the same manner as
for the baccalaureate. The lits, how-
ever, will be in reverse order and will
face Tappan hall.
The complete program for com-
mencement day, Thursday, June 24,
has not been worked out. The ad-
dress will be given by President Wil-I
liam Oxley Thompson, D.D., LL.D., ofI
Ohio State University, at 10:00 o'clock
in the morning. Classes will meet as
follows: alumni, in front of Aluihni
Memorial hall; graduate students, on
east side of south wing of University
hall; lits, as for the baccalaureate,
between the south wing of University
hall and Tappan hall; engineers and
architects, at east side of engineering
shops; medics, at west end of medic
(Continued on page 4)

MEET STARTS AT 4:15 O'CLOCK
Jupiter Pluvius was the principal
figure in the Pentathlon at Ferry field
yesterday, and as a result of his ac-
tivities, the events have been pushed
ahead one day. The opening of the
meet will take place today at 4:15
o'clock and the events as announced
for yesterday, comprising the shot-put,:
broad jump, and 220-yard dash, will
be run off. The high jump and mile
run will be staged tomorrow.
Several new entries have been re-
ceived at the office of the athletic as-
sociation, but a number are still re-
quired to make up the list of 40 which
are necessary in order to allow.cups as
second and third prizes in addition to
the gold watch which will be awarded
to the winner of the meet. The man-
agement is particularly disappointed
at the poor response which was made
to letters sent out some time ago to all
fraternities and house clubs. Each
organization was asked to place at
least five men in the meet, but to date
practically none of the fraternities
and clubs are represented. The entry
list is to be held open up until 4:15
o'clock this afternoon, when the events
begin, in order to allow any men of
the university to hand in their names.
In the 220 this afternoon, the ath-
letes will run against time. The man
who steps off the distance in the short-
est time will be graded one point, and
for each additional 1-5 second above
his time, each other entrant will re-
ceive an additional point. The holder
of the lowest number of points for the
entire meet will be declared campus
champion.
FINAL ISSUE OF GARGOYLE TO
APPEAR ON CAMPUS TOMORROW
"Goo Bye Boys" is the title of the
last Gargoyle of the year, which will be
placed on sale tomorrow noon. It has
been rumored that the number will
contain an account of the Daily-Gar-
goyle baseball game, which was played
a week ago qn Ferry field. The cover
in orange and blue was drawn by, J.
R. Wilson, '17A.
Architectural Society Elects Officers
Architectural society met yesterday
and elected the following, officers:
President, R. B. Voorhees, '16E; vice-
president, R. B. Frantz, '16A; secre-
tary, F. Kings, '17A; treasurer, P. 0.
Davis, '18E.

Need More Men to Fill Out
umber;k rganizations
Asked to Enter

Required
Are

Request Return of Diploma Fee Slips
Seniors who have not returned the
top coupon from their diploma fee
slips to the secretary of their respect-
ive college or school are requested to
do this before the end of the week.
In case of seniors in' the literary col-
lege, this coupon should be presented
at the office of the registrar.
PEN-TATH IOUNIEVENT
STOPPED B Y RAIN

To provide for the filling of the i
of intercollege manager, the new po
tion recenly created on the board
directors of the athletic associati
the board yesterday nominated Li
Thomas, '16L, manager of the jun
law baseball team, and Walter Rei
le, '16E, manager of the junior en
neer basketball team, as candidates
These two men will serve under
tramural Director Rowe during t
first semester of next year, althou
not sitting on the board, and will th
be candidates at the February athle
elections for the post of intercol1<
manager. The one elected will ser
during the second semester, until 1
successor is selected at the Camp
Election Day balloting in the spri:
in accordance with the recently ado
ed rules governing this new office.
A committee was appointed by I
board of directors to investigate I
practice of raising Michigan's fI
-and that of her opponents on Fer
field on the day of competition in a
form of sport. This committee will r
port at the next meeting of the boa
P. 11. Middleditch, '15E, was chos
by the board as next year's chairma
Chester Lang, '15, the present cha
man will be graduated this semest
Chester Lang, baseball manager,
well as Track Manager Emmet Oc
nelly, and Interscholastic Manag
Frank G. Millard, retired from t
board yesterday, their places bei
taken by the newly elected office
Sidney Steen, Ray J. Mills, and Jo:
Finkenstaedt. Secretary Phillip Mb
dleditch, Treasurer T. Hawley Tappi
'and Football Manager Boyd Compt
are the hold-over members. Inti
mural Director Floyd Rowe took h
place on the board yesterday for t
first time, the recent amendme
adopted by the directorate giving hi
a seat. The incoming members of t
board will banquet the directorate 1
night at the Catalpa Inn.
FINAL TRYOUTS FOR VARSITY
BAND BRING OUT 11 NEW MI

Writers of 1916 Opera Meet This Week
Prospective writers of the music for
the 1916 Michigan Union opera will
meet next week to receive instruc-
tions in regard to their compositions.
Men who desire to enter the competi-
tion will communicate at once with
Theron Weaver, '16E, general chair-
man of the opera.
Council Meets for Last Time Tonight
This year's student council will hold
its final meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-
night, when the affairs of the student
governing body will be wound up for
the season. Tonight's meeting was
postponed from last Tuesday night,
when lack of a quorum prevented the
regular meeting.
Women's League to Give June Party
Women's League gives its June par-
ty at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow night, in
Barbour gymnasium.

DRAMA LEAGUE WILL PRESENT
THREE PLAYS TOMORROW NIGHT
"Tradition," "A Gentle Jury," and
"A Marriage Has Been Arranged" are
the titles of the three one act playlets
to be given under the auspices of the
Drama League at 8:15 o'clock tomor-
row night in the Whitney theater. The
cast will include university and city
talent.
Among the students who will take,
part in the playlets are: Earl A. Ross,
'15, Edna M. Toland, '16, Pauline O.
Emerson, '16, Leah Simson, '15, Cath-
erine D. Wenley, '16, Jemina V. Wen-
ley, '16, Katherine S. MacBride, '16,
Lavina G. MacBride, '17, and 11. W;
Peterson, '15. Each play will last
about a half an hour. Tickets may be
secured at 25 cents.

Tryouts for the Varsity band were
held last night in University Hall, 21
Varsity men appearing, and with them
11 new men. Previous individual try-
outs have amounted to about 30, mak-
ing a total of 40 men in all. As fresh-
men are not eligible, there will be no
need of further tryouts in the fall, and
therefore anyone' else wishing to try
for a place on the band must hand in
his name immediately to J. S. Hexter,
Shop 46 Engineering. Only ten men
will be lost to the Varsity through
graduation, the remaining 30 to com- .
pete with the new men in the fall.
There are still some members of
last fall's Varsity who have not yet
handed in sweaters for their insignia
to Darling and Malleaux, State and
Liberty streets.
Weather permitting,' the band will
give a concert at 6:45 o'clock Friday
evening at the band-stand on the
Campus.
Announce Engagement of F. Pennell
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Frank Pennell, '12, to
Miss Hazel E. Norton, of Harbor
Beach, Mich. The marriage will take
place June 23, after which the couple
will make their home in Mt. Vernon,
N. Y., a suburb of New York City. Pen-
nell was editor of The Michigan Daily
while in the university.

at 8:30

o'clock '
Board of Regents to Vote on Budgets'
Michigan's board of regents will
Ication hold a special meeting in the regents'
:f Har- room at 7:00 o'clock tonight, at which
as one time the various school, college and
tion in' departmental budgets will be voted
upon.

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