OUNCE RULES, TEAMS
OR SPRING CONTESTS
(Continued from Page 1)
following men will pull for the
more lightweigtht leamn in the
-war today: D. W. Gilbert, P.
own, N. A. Croxton, H:. Erwing,
Atte, W. Chase, H. Dressu, P.
, . Ziden, L. Doren, R. Drags,
miners, P. Fortune, J. Osborn,
ller, G. Masters, J. Hasburger,
tline, J. McLachlan, J. Donahue,
alls, R. Orary, "F. Kniff en, H.
P. Oamidnter, C. Jeward, W..
ather, H. iHunt, J. Wishier, M.
er, M. Bachman, R. Sprung, 0.
nbrade, J. Felmas, M. Brown, J.
feld, B. Stoddard, C. Perry, S.
G. Harris, X. Steutzel, S. Gold-
S. Siegel, W. Friers, H. Beattie,
emming, R. Heedeman, S. Rebell,
ablade, and W. Dempsey.
freshman heavyweight team isj
composed of C. M. Heriman, W.
Corthy, M. J. Muzzy, E. L. More-
R. C. Conts, H. V. LeRoy, L. I.f
Ott, H. H. McMullin, P. H. Hooper,
Rankin, D. Carr, F. K. Gowdy,
Robinone,~ F. C. Bouggy, D. N.
R. A. Brown, G. Dunleavy, D.
i,3. W. Kearns, Stanley N.
ead, L. H. Van Boven, G. S.j
s, F. Kaufman, P. R. Pray, H.
diergreen, R. 0. titke, L. G. Roess-
S. Young, W. H. Zemnke, L. F.
G. D. McCathron, L. C. Cooper,
awton, H. M. Vielmetter, S., 3.
ick, W. C. May, R. W. Wilkins,
Id Swan, E. E. Murane, P. A. Ed-
i, X. Reessing, X. Swaab, F. M.
rds, H. A. MacGregor, F. E.
Hawley, J. J. Mauriel, L. W. Holts, A.
F. Ahearn, and 0. S. Erhard.
The following men will uphold the
honors of the freshman middleweight
team today: M. T. Hamburg, C. A.
Campbell, H. J. Bowles, F. J. Brettle,
Julian Mack, C. Johnson, A. L. Adams,1
A. A. Blumer, H. A. Kipke, ;C. L. An-
derson., R. S. Powers. P.. G. Jacka, A.
S. Mode, C. C. McArthur,, 3. A. Bers-
ford, L. D. Corlett, S. H. Morgan, R.1
S. Rossinussen, C. W. Moody, V. C.
Havens, W. E. Stirton, G. Deboer, 3.t
P. Chandler, W. D. Greeting, H. J. Cor-
sette, D. J. Right, M. J. Bamber, H. C.1
Roberts, J. P. Sutter, W. P. Failing, G.t
Y. Metz, G. 3. McCurdy, J. A. Draker,'
W. J. Taylor, E. D. Newell, R. E. But-]
ler, 3. W. Muibrill, W. G. Albaugh, G.'
W. Troost, H1. 3. McKernan, C. A. Mil-
ler, J. Dryer,' C. J. Witherall, R. 0.]
Bowman, A. D. Fellows, H. J. Crane,
W. Fleislaker,, N. Walker, L. B. Loun-
do, and A. B. Widdy. ]
Thie personnel of the freshman light-
weight team is as follows: M. H. Lenz,,
3 . W. Heller, H. H. Dudderteen, C. W.,
Edoe, J. Stanworth, W. G. Hartle,! R.
E. Stevens, W. G. Coryell, C. A.
Schrifidt, W. F. King, H. H. Selin, Rit.
W. Jones, G. 0. Rearick, W. F. Fen-
sternacher, H. A. Curtis, M. Frank, W.
N. MarArthur, D. Coney, R .Mc-I
Cullough, R. N. Vower, C. N. Clemens,
J. Joseph, G. E. Jones, 3. T. N aunt,
L. B. Waterman, C. F. Conlin, B. T.
Conley, E.. M. Kaiser, R. A. Burket, C.
D. Buchanmnan, A. W. Richert, L. 3*.
Coldwater, C. S. Schram, R. T. Ellis,
W. C. Marston, R. Morris, G. S. Block,
3. C. Camp, W. MacNerney, R. Heiberg,
C. 0. Creel, G. F. Wilcox, P. K. John-
son, J. Bresslar, L. C. Shepard. H. G.
Downs, L. A. Schwartz, R. H. Ahrendt,
J. Xellman, and Edward Walker.
Lansing, May 12.-Dr. R. M. Olin,
Michigan commissioner of health, ex-
pressed an opinion today tha~t the
Tuft's bill, providing' for the free and
unlimited distribution of diphtheria
antitoxin, which recently was passed
by the legislature, "will probably save
the lives of more than 500. children
during the coming year."
Characterizing the bill as the most
humane and forward-looking measure
of the entire session, Dr. Olin stated
that free distribution 'of antitoxin will
lower the diphtheria death rate 50 per
cent. in 1922, and mean the virtual
eradication of the disease "if the peo-
ple of the state will inform them-
selves upon the subject."
Reports from health officers' Iand
i physicians show that the disease Wson
a steady increase in nearly; every
community. The total, of reported.
cases for the first four months of the
presenit year exceeds by 1,265 cases
the number' reported during the same
period of 1920.
KAPP UJNABLE TO SPEAK TODAY
'BEFORE ADVERTISIG CLASS
Due to the effects of a recent ill-
ness and subsequent operation, Frank
A. Kapp, '10, who was scheduled to
giye a talk today before the class in
advertising in the department of
rhetoric and journalism on the prep-#
aration of advertising copy for the
press, will be unable to appear. The
news of his inability to come to this
city was received yesterday in a tele-
gram sent by him.
The talk will be 'given next week,
although a definite date has not yet
Senior Law Memorial Assessment Due
The memorial committee of the
senior law class announces that the
senior assessment of $4.50 is due now
and is payable to the following senior
laws: C. B.- Wolfe, C. A. Libby, and
IF. 0G. Beattie.
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