THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MAY 4, 1921.
ence and the Arts - Administrative Board:
ial meeting of the Board Monday afternoon, May
n's office to consider the report of the committee
question of a revision of the present freshman
A. G. HALL.
ate Committee for Michigan will selet;
sity and of the colleges of the State and
lip for 1922. A scholar elected for that
Oxford in October, 1922. The Univer-
o the State Committee not more than
ometime in June by the University Com-
in my hands not later than Saturday,
rce at 'the office of the Graduate School.
SOPHS VICTORS IN'
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028 had won a decisive victory. Due
to the sophoitores having previously
greased the rope, however, and the
freshmen having wet the rope, the
Student council ruled that the contest
be forfeited, giving neither side the
'23 Takes Rope Back
The heavyweight contest seemed'
from the first to be a draw. After 12
minutes, however, the sophomores
once again secured the advantage and
puled some 40 or 50 freshmen past the
middle of the river. The tut of-war
ended, with the sophomores on the
long end of a 2 to 0 score. The class
of '23 carried the rope back to the
campus, headed by their band playing
Sophomores are to assemble at 91
o'clock this morning in front of Wat-
erman gymnasium. They will leave
for Ferry field at 9:15 o'clock headed
by their band. Freshmen will as-
semble at the same time in front of
the Library and leave shortly after
the sophomores for Ferry field. The
second installment of the Spring
games, the obstacle races and the flag
rush, will start at 10 o'clock.
Tennis Shoes Imperative
Three teams, with 10 men on each
side, will take part in the obstacle
races. The teams have been picked
from among the ,fastest runners in
the lower classes. Each runner will
traverse one-eighth of a mile, vault-
.ing one fence and crawling through
one barrel, carrying the banner of his
class over the entire course which he
runs. Two points will be awarded charge of the contests this morning.j
to the class winning two of the three He and Hugh E. Wilson, '22, conduct-
races. No men will be permitted to ed the tug-of-war yesterday. All offi-
take part in any game this morning cials are requested to report to Fer-
who do not wear tennis shoes. ry field not later than 9:30 o'clock
Ii the flag rush, 3 poles will be this morning.
guarded by the freshmen for 30 min-
utes, which is tobe divided into two BARTELME CONDEMNS LAWLESS
15-minute halves with an intermis- USE OF ATHLETIC PROPERTY
sion of 10 minutes. The class of 1923'
will receive 1 point for every flag (Continued from Page One)
they take from the pole. The year- which would be available. The short-
ling class will receive 1 point for age in playing fields is only existent
every flag that remains up at the end after 3 o'clock, by which time can-
of the contest. If any men are tossed didates for Varsity teams have pos-
over the heads of the guarding side, session of their respective fields.
the flag at end of that pole will be The University is requesting, in fact
forfeited to the freshmen. Poles will urging, students to avoid cross cuts
not be greased nor painted. No fresh- on the campus. The Athletic associa-
men will be permitted on flag poles. tion would ask that those who use
One blast of the whistle will start Ferry field give thought to the rights
the contest and one shot of the gun and comfort of others and the diffi-
will signify that the fight at each culty encountered in keeping playing
pole must cease. Two shots of The fields up under most favorable condi-
gun will signify the end of a half. tions.
Joyce in Charge TodayBy.G.Brlm,-
Dwight P. Joyce, '21F, acting chair- By P.. Bairect .
man of the Spring games, announces AthleticDirector_
that if any rules whatsoever are vio- The Vogue Shoppe will supply you
lated today, the contest will be for-, wit,,iist the ,izht gown for evry
with* justJ the~ *oght g.nfo vey
Students wishing to make applica-
tion for the Rhodes scholarship must
communicate with Dean Alfred H.
Lloyd, of the Graduate school, before
Saturday, June 4. The University of
Michigan is privileged to nominate to
the state committee not more than five
students for the scholarship.
On Dec. 3, 1921, the state committee
will select from the nominees of the
University and of the state colleges
one candidate for the Rhodes sdholar-
ship for 1922. The student elected for
that year will go into residence at Ox-
ford in October, 1922.
Corn Flakes, 15 cent pkg. now 10
cents, at Schultz Grocery on State
The Vogue Shoppe will supply you
with just the right gown for every
occasion, at reasonable prices.-Adv.
ALFRED H. LLOYD,
Rhodes Scholarship Committee.
y field c
committee, junior engineers: Paul C.
Ackerman 173, Edgar S. Bradley 99.
0 Engineers' and architects' honor com-
mittee, sophomore engineers: Rich-
ard Rowland 189, Edward Haug 74.
Engineers' and architects' honor com-
mittee, junior architects;: W. K.
,nt Adis Rindge 27, F. J. Morse 18.
ean Burs- Oratorical Assolation
President Oratorical association:
Library; 0. W. Rush 1,201, Earl Miles 1,033.
gymnas- Vice-president: P. H. Scott 1,302, W.
P. Connell 754. Treasurer: G. D. Wal-
y field. lace 1,274, N. R. Buchan 758. Secre-
ch with tary: Martha Shepard 1,345,. Euphemia
courts. .Carnahan 572.
1 and art Delegates-at-large (eight elected):
Gargoyle, John A. Bacon 1,263, E. T. . Ramsdell
1,180, L. E. Grubaugh 1,077, W. M.
with the Seeley 963, Beatrice Champion 907,
field. E. F. Bpxell 901, R. R. Johnson 900,
ss meets, G. K. Brumbaugh 879, C. H. Smith
870, E. M. Apple 852, H. H. Warner
n's club, 821, Catherine Stafford 748, Madeline
McGurk 721, Beata M. Hasley 698, W.
Newark A. Hocking 658, Selma Simonson 455.
The girls are delighted
summer frocks. Original
prices within reach of all.
feited. Joyce will
assume entire occasion, at reasonable prices.--Adv.
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George W. 'McCordic 219,
tz 146, Eugene Harbeck 146,
Stauffer 129. Student coun-
laws: C. H. Daley 80, Ced-1
-k 68. Student council, soph-
ineers: John Ross 141, H.
council combined depart-
ts: W. M. Brown 70, C. W.
Student council, combined
:s, pharmics: H. VonEwe-
Faulkner 9. Student coun-
: R. O. Rychener 111, R.
7. Student council, hom-
F. Lutz 20, Dayton Pul-
committee, juniors (two
C. Maurice Atkinson 1,290,
Underwood 1,106, 0. W.
Walter Simmons 891. Ad-
nmittee, sophomores (two
Paul Goebel 1,799, Irwin
93, John Bacon 668, Byron
Control of Studek Publi-
hree eleoted): Hugh W.
1,170, George. O. Brophy
Renaud Sherwood '947, C.
tkinson 898, Thomas I. Un-
30, John M. Winters 712,
Drake 637, Dewey F. Fager-
Stewart T. Beach 435.
Control of Athletics (three
Angus G. Goetz 1,964, Al-
1,194, George O. Brophy Jr.
und H. Fox 888, H. E.
Dewey F. FagerburgH602.
t of Student Christian as-
H. W. Hitchcock 1,248,
Grubaugh 968. Vice-presi-
tist: Gale L. Wessinger
s C. Anderson 74. Con-
: W. P. Campbell 273, Ar-
erpont 105. Disciple: M.
34, W. T. Ogden 18. Epis-
ank H. Lee Jr. 220, Thomas
172. Lutheran: Leonard
er 96, Louis M. Dyll 52.
E. T. Ramsdell 366, A. R.
Presbyterian: Philip P.
A. F. Heyl 111.
Al Taylor Resigns
Al Taylor, director of the billiard
department and professional instruct-
or in the cue art at the Union for the
past two years, has handed in his res-
ignation, and will leave for Chicago
tomorrow. Having decided to quit
billiards to which he has devoted
most of his life, he intends to takeup
cartooning on a Chicago daily paper.
His contributions to periodicals have
been accepted with regularity, and he
believes that he will be more. suc-
cessful in that work than in the pres-
Taylor came here a year ago last
fall from Milwaukee, where he had
been running a billiard club. He ex-
pressed regret at leaving Ann Arbor.
Al his time will be devoted to car-
tooning, and he will play billiards for
no Chicago club, he said yesterday.
GAMES NEXT WEEK
An All-campus golf tournament will
be held the coming week to deterlaine
what men will represent Michigan in
coming dual meets with Ohio State
and Northwestern. The first engage-
ment will, be with the Buckeyes who
will journey to Ann Arbor June 21,
while the Wolverines will take on the
Purple aggregation on June 28, at
The meet at Evanston was origin-
ally scheduled for June 14 but the
postponement will be of advantage to,
Michigan because the links have been
in such poor condition, that a tourna-
ment was deemed not expedient.
Many candidates for the informal
team, however, have been out on the
course getting in shape but it is hoped
that more will turn out for the tourn-
The team will be picked from the
four men making the best score.
Broderick, Holdsworth, Ingham, Wint-
ers, and Welch have been showing up
particulary welt in the games they
have played the past several weeks.
2:00-Varsity track meet, Michigan
vs. Illinois, -at Champaign.
2:30-Varsity baseball, "Michigan vs.
Iowa, Ferry field.
Sophomore lits vs. Architects, south
Laws vs. Junior engineers, south Fer-
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