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PAGE SIXTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SELECT COMMITTEES
FOR ANNUAL RECTTI
Plan Usual Swimming, Canoeing a
Tilting Contests; Eleborate Floats
Being Designed
Chairmen of committees for the an
nual regatta of the University Boa
club to be held the afternoon and eve
ning of Saturday, June 10, were an
nounced yesterday as follows: Gener
r al chairman, H. G. Muzzy, '17; assist.
ants ot general chairman, W. Lee Wat-
son, '17E, and W. T. Adams, '17; pro-
gram, R. C. Patterson,' 18; arrange-
ments, Willis Brodhead, '17E; carni-
val, Abe S. Hart, '17; judges and priz-
es, E. B. Palmer, '17; canoe races, Irv-
ing S. Toplon, '17; swimming, F .J
Wurster, '17; finance, George Scheibel
'17E; publicity, L. B. Dimond, '16.
Plans are being made for the usual
swimming, canoeing and tilting con-
tests, together with a number of fea-
ture contests of which announcemeni
will be made later. As in formeri
years, all contests will be staged or
the river in the afternoon, leaving the
entire evening to be devoted to the
water carnival. An elaborate series
of floats is being designed, and these,
together with fireworks and music, will
constitute the evening's entertainment.
Full details of the events scheduled
with instructions for the entry of con-
teptants will be made public as soon
as arrangements are completed.
WOLVERINE TRACK ARTISTS
PRACTICE FOR FINAL TIME
(Continued from Page One)
or running pants until they go into
the preliminaries Friday afternoon.
While east the team will probably
put up at the Copley Square in Bos-
ton, although this decision had not
been made certain last night. It was
thought by some that the team would
stay out of town, somewhere away
from the scene of the meet, but the
tentative arrangements of last eve-
ning have changed this possibility.
The team, consisting of Captain
Smith, Ufer, Murphy, Carroll, Don-
nelly, Griest, Fontanna, Fischer, War-
ner, Meehan, Simmons, Cross, "Pat"
Smith, Fo, and O'Brien, accompan-
ied by Coach Farrell and Track Mana-
ger Vinkenstaedt, leave on the Wol-
verine this afternoon at 2:42 o'clock.
Arrangements have been made to
give the team a lively send-off. Stu-
dents will meet at University hall at
2:00 o'clock and march to the depot in
a body accompanied by the band.
"Morry" Dunne will address the root-
ers at the depot and "Bob" Bennett
will lead them in yells. Every Michi-
gan man is urged to be there to give
the athletes the kind of parting yell-
fest that will help put Michigan up
among the winners in the big classic.
DEAN VAUGHAN ON
STAND IN TRIAL
(Continued from Page One)
the mysterious "K. Adams" whose tele-
gram to Percy Peck inspired the in-
vestigatio~n which resulted in the ar-
rest.
At today's trial there were bacte-
riologists who told of his purchases
of quantities of virulent cultures of
diphtheria and typhoid germs, and this
testimony was followed by the dec-
laration that the state will show that
the prisoner administered some of
these to his victim. Then came the
testimony of theundertaker and em-
balmer, the latter of whom received
$9,000 to place a little arsenic in the
embalming fluid.

Four Ships Sunk by Mines and Subs
London, May 23.-Four more ships
have been sunk, one with a loss of
seven men of the crew, it is an-
nounced. Two of the ships were neu-
tral vessels.

Matinees
Tue., Thu. Sat.

"ALONG CAME RUTH"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9:3o
Wed.-24-House Peters in "The Closed
Road" and Bud Fisher, Mut and Jeff
cartoon.
Thur.-25-Mary Miles Minter in "Dim-
pies" and Drew Comedy.
Fri.-26-Edmond Breese in "The Spell
of the Yukon," and Drew Comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:O0, 3:r5 Evening, 6:45, 8:oo
9:35 Saturdays.-Holidays Continuous

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Thur.-Fri.-5-26-Hazel Dawn in "The
Saleslady."
Sat.-37-Bessie Barriscale in " Bullets
and Brown Eyes."' (Triangle Coin.) i~c

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RELIEF SOCIETY APPEALS
FOR AID FOR SUFFERERS
Secours National, the French soci-
ety which has been securing money
for the sufferers in the present war,
has just issued Bulletin 5, in which a
demand is made for more corned beef
for the refugees in the Meuse region.
The last bulletin secured $6,500 for
this purpose, and the main branch of
the society has written a letter telling
of the suffering the money has re-
lieved. They ask that a second ship-
ment be made if possible. All aid
should be sent to Mrs. Whitney War-
ren, 16 East 47th street, New York
City.
Senior Lits to Discuss Memorial Fund
Final action in regard to the senior
memorial fund will be taken by the
senior lit class at-a meeting to be held
tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in
Tappan hall. In addition to several
matters of immediate concern, an at-
tempt will be made to clean up all the
unfinished business of the year.
Tau Sigma Delta Initiates Banquet
Tau Sigma Delta, honorary architec-
tural fraternity, held its spring ini-
tiation banquet Monday evening at the
Renellen Hospice. The initiates were
J. H. Pielemeier, '17A, A. B. Bergman,
'16A, E. H. Trysell, '17A, and F. J.
Kolb, '17A. Profs. H. R. Cross and
AubreyTealdiand Mr. H. 0. Whitte-
more responded to toasts.
Bulgarians Made Prisoners by Italy
Rome, May 23.-Along the Isonzo
front the Italians have made prisoners
of Bulgarians, showing that Bulgars
have joined the Austrians in their
present offensive. The Austrian heavy
guns in this region far outnumber the
Italian batteries.

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