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j TIRE DAILY
NEWS OF THE WORLD AN~D
THE CAMPUTS
VOL. XXVI. No. 164.

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WI1L COMPETE IN
IS LARGEST SQUAD WICH HlAS
EVERIIREPRIESENTED) MICHI-
GAN AT MEET
PLAN SEND-OFF TOMORROW
Student Body Meets in Front of U.
ball at 2:00 o'Clock for March
to 'Station
Coach Farrell yesterday picked the
Varsity athletes who, will take part
in the Intercollegiates at Cambridge
on Friday and Saturday of this week.
The men who will make the trip with
the track coach are Captain H. L.
Smith, C. E. Ufer, G. B. Fox, G. I.
Murphy, H. L. Carroll, H. A. Don-
nelly, C . F Cross, S G. Fontanna, E.
.Driest, H. E. O'Brien, C. C. Smith,
E. C. Warner, G." J. Fischer, V. H.
Simmons,, and R. M. Meehan
These men will leave tomorrow aft-
Iernoon at 2:42 o'clock over ,the Michi-
gan Central. They will arrive in
Cambridge Thursday 'about noon. Far-
(Coutinied on Page Six)
FIRST, SENIOR SINS OF
YEAR HELO TOMORROWA!
Band and Glee Clubs to Assist; Seniors
Appear in Caps and Gowns
for Affair
The first official senior sing of the
year-a joint songfest in which the se-
nior' classes from all the schools and
colleges of the university" will take
part, will be held tomorrow 'higrt at
'7:00 o'clock at the campus band stand.
Arrangements have been made
whereby the Varsity, band and the
Glee club will be on hand to aijst
with the music'. U. Stanley Wilson,
'16, heads the' committee. in charge of
the affair. All seniors are to appear,
in academic costume.
Plans have been made to make the
sings regular weekly. affairs, as is
traditional with all senior classes.

Duraids Take in
Thelve Juniors
Senijor Literary Honorary Society
11o1ds5Initiationi and
B lanqu et
Druids, senior literary honorary so-
ciety, held its initiation on the campus
yesterday afternoon in front of the
museum. After the initiation a ban-
,quet was given at the Reneilen Hospice
in honor of the new members. The
speakers were: Prof. A. L. Cross of the
history department, Coach Carl Lund-
gren, H. C. Rummell, '16, L. E. Joslyn,
'17, W. A. P. John, '16, and E. P:
Wright, '16.
The following members of the, junior
literary class were taken into the
society: W. K~ Niemann, H. G. Muzzy,
C. N. Church, L. E. Joslyn, T. C. Reid,'
A. J.' Gornetzky, R. E. Folz,_ C. L.
Davis, H. M. Zieger, H. K. White, R.
M.. Ha~rbert and J. W. Langs.
TROOPS GET BACK
F O I I 1 Chase Bandits More Thn 120 N)ies;
]fescue 'rhiree G ptives and
Take Prisoners
.0C(O'ONI( SITUATION G R A V E
El Paso, May 22.-Having completed
Their work in Mexico, the troops corn-
prising the second American punitive
=expedition are now back on Texas
soil, the last of the command having
re-crossed the''0Rio- Grande this after-
noon at Boquillas.
According to Colonel Sibley, who
ican forces chased the bandits more
commanded the expedition, the Ainer-
than 120 miles into Mexico, rescued
Jesse Deemer and two employees, who
were taken prisoners into Mexico, and
scattered the outlaws until further suc-
cessfxal pursuit was impossible.
Troops of the commands of both
Colonel Sibley and Major Langhorne
are now at Boquillas, according to
dispatches received here today. Col-
onel Sibley brought with him to this
side four Mexican prisoners, who were
captured by Lieutenant Crammer in
(Continiued on rage Six) s

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CAP NIGHT PLAS'
BEING COMPLETED~
SET CO-MMITTEES
FRIANCIS F. McCINNEY TO AT 'A
)TASTER OF' (EIiE-
MONIES
TO SECURE FACULTY SPEAKERS
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roup) of 5 Sophonores 'eet a TalonI~
to Begin Preparations
for onfro
Red-fire has been orerd in abnd~-
ant quantities to light the progre-s
to the scene of Cap Night, which w i
be held Friday, June 2, probably it
Observatory hollow. Other arrL~nb.,-
ments for the affair are being rapidy
lined ito shape.
Francis F. McKnney,'"l FL, will ac
as master of ceremonies. I. . Tay-
lor, '17E, will act as general ca i-
iban, and a comnmitee of the Student
Council, consisting of Taylor and
Verne E. Burnett, '17, will complete
numerous details, to be announced
next week.
Speakers will be secured from two
or three faculty member as well as
representatives from th studnts of
four or five colleges of the university.
I E. C. Schacht, '18E, has been ap-
pointed chairman of a comnittee oif
2.5 sophomores, who met at the Uion
yezterday aftrnoon to begin preaa-
tions for colecting matrials for the
big blaze, and prparaions for a few
other features of the cvenn's cele-
bration. The f llowing are oa the
fire committee:'
R. C. (leriansonr, '8L; J. Palma,
(Continlued ol Pge SN')
Voat Club "Hall.
Plans are .1a'de
Annual Affair Is to Be 140d in Baror
(yiasiuni on Eve of
Memorial Day
With the "Rag Pickers' Sextett"
strumming tuneful- melois, inter-
spersed with feature work on the piano
by Letoy P.'Sanlan, the annual Boat
club ball to be held in Barbour gym-
nasium Monday night, May 29, promis-
es to be one of the liveliest events of
the season. Coming as it does on the
eve of Memorial Day, a record attend-
ance is anticipated.
In preparation for the function, the
floor of the gymnasium has been care-
fully planed and waxed, and is re-
ported to be in excellent condition.
Dancing will last from m9:00 to 1:00
o'clock. During the intermissions re-
freshments will be served.
Tickets go on sale this morning at
$1.00 each, at the Union and at War's.
They may also be obtained from any
member of the following committee:
F. W. Hough, '8E, E. G. Dudley, 'ISE,
E. C. Schacht, "18E, R. C. Patterson,.
'18.
OPERA LYRICS DUE JUNE 19
Dialogue Writers Must Submi Samples
of Teir Work
.All lyrics for next year's opera must
be submitted to the committee in
charge by June 19, according to an
announcement made last night. The
lyric writers may base their work on

the two scenarios which have been ac-
cepted, or upon any idea which is em-
bodied in a plot which they intend to
,ubmit in complete book form.
Men who are interested in the dia-
logue competition must hand in some
of their work on June 19, and the comn-
mittee will then pick several men to
work on the dialogue of the scenario
which will finally be selected.

10'K IS'.At'ul u..
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Le ( . !oe s.Altr te n iation th
u. ;eS!shdahnota te (A thep
<<' i..' t OSOeO md tLIE'
,-lW re K g i n o spo.11.rC. Sadler1 ft heCa
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REPRT AY
AREENC'E
ITALIAN

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OFFr
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Last MinueNews
Told in Brief
4 , -fa 1 i 2 ofloriRIoose-
V('t ol adelegatiool'f the Rjoose-
\ ~ ~ : i, 13 liivn(Ctitetdy that
"ny an. w-ho doiesn't (l eclatre himself
b o' princie of Americanism is
agans hitand that every patriotic
anshouldl treat public servants on
hibasis,
Thtere was no doubt that the Colonel
hadusti ce Hughes in mind, and the
24 menter_ of the committee who were
preen :nddecd their heads in accep-
i 1; I oftatconception and applaud-
nartv :OI ton of the General Fjedera-
tin of omn' clubs. Mrl. H. C.
Smit, hsbadW the president of
o; eE clbif ee1only man with
a badge o1th caetion, but more
t a 1'00of isbrothers have ap-
lt iind for and ; rceived the pink ticket
~ nub ~a mithusI'am,, to tihe meet-
i.sin tue Armnory anil to othe-r club
l~onL ~Ma 2.2-MatiaLoa vol-
cano, which ws n erution las1 ict week,
is violetily activeagainTe flow il-
:Ii r riae teetire sect!ion Lby night.
Newspa~-L an bereA by its light
av , N~h i wy
= Or i - 'e ai A 8f)i i b ttid viiN ity:o
(~ 7u~;~moual h-es

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TRENTINO ORION;
1)EFFE NDlERS EXPRESS LITTLE '
FEAR AS COUNTRY IS
E JMOUNTAINoU1S
BERLIN FACES FOOD CRISIS
Famtiliies Store up Food in ExpectationZ
of :Ieg uation; Dealers
Mtake Fortunes.
London, May 22.-More than 60,000,
soldiers are engaged in the offensive'
in the Trentino region in an attempt
to break through the Italian- border
lines, according to an. official state-
went given out by the Italian general .
The Italians express little fear that
tis attempt will be successful. Tey
pi tu, it the natural defenses of the
rnountaitous country in which the of-
fensive is occ'uring. This district, al- ,
ways strongly fortified, has been
greatly re-enforced in the last year
and the Italians ::ay that it is impreg-$'
nable. Thcy add that the Austrians
began the offeasive with no hope of
success, but simly to keep thle Italialn
forces too busy to begin an offensive
attack of their own at another point
flakinig "Aligg'ty Effort"
"A. mighty effort," is the character-
nation of the Italian general staff of
the present attack. Since last No-
ven~ber, the statement adds, the Aus-
trians have been piling men - tp.
aganst the Italian front. There fare
33 divisions (about 500,000 men) asnd
1all the artillery that can be spared
from other battle districts dlashing
sagainst the Italian forces. Of thse,
16 divisions are fighting ini the Tren-
tino district. The, most recent Au-
trian official statement claims several
successes on the South Tyrol front,
but sitys nothing about any great .ad-
vantages gained there.
txerioaw, th1e British ['ostons
Berlin, May 22.--Several lines ofm
'British positions on a front about one
and one-third miles long have been;
captured by the Germans -southwest of-
(ive nchx-en-Gelbelle, it was announced'
officially this afternoon. French
troops obotained a further footing in
the quarry south of Hadromont nn
the bankl of the Meuse, the report ad-.-
mits.
German troops stormed French po-
sitions on the eastern spur of Hill 304
on the Verdun front and maintained!
them a-ainst repeated counter attacks
which are said to have cost, the French
gr-at l0sses.'
Food Crisis In Berlin
Berlin, May 22.-Food crises in Ber-
lini have reached new high levels,
Many families are storing up food in
anticipation of fixed government regu-
lation: Some dealers have made for-
tunes in the last few dlays because of
the food condition.
It is generally believed that there
is sufficient' food, but that deective
distribution is responsible for the
present crisis.

prod olci l<;

.ee:s u h.. 2;lIe, 5 the - ;t of the'
ma.im efn 'tm°, rodmu(, a h .:.140 per

START CAMPAIGN IN
TUBERCULAR SURVEY

Yesterday marked the beginning of
a three weeks' tuberculosis survey inf
Washtenaw county conducted by the
State Board of Health. It is part of
the state-wide survey that is being
made as a result' of a bill passed by
the 1915 legislature carrying with it
an appropriation of $100,000 to be
used by the State Board of Health to
curb the spread of tuberculosis in.
Michigan during the two years from
June 1, 1915, to June 1, 1917. Wash-
tenaw is the sixteenth county that is
being visited by the "Health First"
party that the State Board of Health
has placed, in charge of the survey.
During the eight months that the work
,has been in progress in Michigan' very
nearly 6,000 persons have been °+ex-
amined for tuberculosis and about
2,600 cases of the disease, either "pos-
itive" or "suspicious," have been been
discovered.
With headquarters established in
Ann Arbor, the state health workers
will put in three weeks in this county
in an endeavor to discover how many
cases of the disease are here. TheI
University of Michigan is interestedI
in this work for several reasons. In
the first place the president of the,
State Board. of Health, who is to a

many years. Moreover, the institu-
tion's own health service department
has been co-operating with the state
health workers almost from the begin-
ning of the 'survey last October. Dr.
H. H. Cummings, in the examinations
for tuberculosis that are being carried
on from time to time at the univer-
sity, is using blanks furnished by the
tuberculosis division of the State
B~oard of Health. Also, the headquar-
ter of the Michigan State Anti-Tu-
berculosis society, an organization
that also is co-operatixig with the
State Board of Health in the present
effort to curb this diseases, are on the
campus, in the medical building. Dr.
Wm.n DeKleine, in active charge of
the survey, is a recent product of the
university, having received the de-
gree of M. S. in .Public I~llath less
than a year ago. And finally, the
present -state-wide movement is es-.
sentially an educational mnovement, in-
which all educated men and women of
the future will have a part and a
stake.
By way of co-operating with the
*"Health First" party of the State
Board of Health during the three1
Sweeks of the survey in Washtenaw
county, The Michigan Daily will

DECDEAsl AC SN ONES
1A, " F . 1 i t is l~irt- _Y.rie; 1~' ti1
Am-thr Li I ibhs,'10, i i nessay
ont'hh detsn n ae Pi'o-
moticn''o)e fteWsosnFr
I "in c a..tt I 'n l aIe e l o t t e d
the firstpie f$;t O, corigto
a iiiou:iCi~tmd ctida by the
couldImitie 'ib ltgeo tecontest
was D.I . etnae,'1 f the
troit.
'one ouhr ter(oi~tieswr
deemedw!tyofseon riebt the
judg ofthe(onertrecmmededthat
specN;ia l su .ou .h.heLie tar ollege
forhilxrenildTrt and Ad'-
ver tisn.,ne h -ie of tlse
Comet i tm thecommtteereserved
the rgttwthhd nor all prizes
in cs th esas r'- .'ntd were not
W ih{ise -'e raror ie a xoplio1)_
to(hsr altstorltpclBmcky
£emuo s te hiIcub(lnc-tPb
hedatte a 'riaiicyonMn
(ja, ay ,1 p'0i1i7 ii h a(10ti1(
9o

IF:_ _- v:, iA.MElct ion of
12w stud ant co ne(i,(ltami, col":' or
~ IJ to 5g:.o'(, ckt-Elect ion of so
i ;<ci stdetfc unciam, library.
I :41 ~'em P!! -Phi alpha Tan me
a akek-leeting of the lo,
I. ~i('1 'the Amnerican Chieinical;
I J, om 11,Chemistry building.
7:40 t ac---Adc, ei meets to el,
r- ir, ehiroonms, U-hall.
~E a404 " ,g a- (ast and strollers
- & 2amd -iof "The, Piper" reheat
is vinu~,iSrah Caswell Ant
I~~~~-f ;s )(I171<2feing amid elects
elficers om Prescott club, ro,
-~~ ~~ y u nisi- aildig.
IIONORROWR
~~~~ :1)eleoSenior Sing-, bandsta
7 i24 ocleum lection of officerse
snicke:,r of keystone club, Michi
Ul-N OTICE S
AMtrttee loi IteWomen'ls Coln
of teDlymst he in The Daily1
in ue ibrryor in the hands of
Worn-u's E ite' v1.:00 o'clock on
Os pevedlugtheir appearance.
Sedo' itbz<:asell practice t3
O~dekSouthoFr ry field.
8* Var i basebll men report -at3
'coc , Fery field.
All nnmm i ).u,,1-", officers' ctr
whohae adone or more ye:
iiievou trinngwill meet in rc
:I4, ngneein IuiIlding ati
vhu~imembrs(rport ait Union at6
tiC-loc -loiht for serenade.

TEN ELECTED TO WOOLSACK
Jaxior" Honor Law Society to Hldh
Initiation Thursday
At its last meeting, Woolsack, junior
hocnor law soeiety, elected. the followr-
ing men to nmembership from the fresh-
imn law class : J. MV. Barrett, L. C.
l olt\ ood, J. H .Cart wright, R. S. Day,
L. B. Emer an, R. A. Fox, Leon
GreenaumA. C. RIbley, J. M. qea.-

very large degree responsible for the print# a series of short articles in re-
present state-wide movement,; has gard to the relation of the various
been identified with the university as' professions that the students are pre-
Dean of the school of medicine for paring for to public health.

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