ISO p. u. (11: a. m. Saturday',
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Yawi.l l aa
As class dues must be paid before]
tickets are purchased, all freshmen
should present a receipt for their
dues or be ready to pay 'them when
they buy their tickets.
Wishart Talks At
SATFIUDAY, MAY S, 1922
aculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
e will be a meeting of the Faculty in Newberry Hall, Monday,
4 4:1d p. m., to discuss the proposed, plan for a Senate Committee on
e. JOHN B. EFFINGER.
liection of works by G. Beneker, Campbell, and Lars Hostrup, and
.ik pictures by Knapp are on exhibition in the West Gallery. Alumni
1 Hall, and may be seen between 1:30 and 6 p. m. week days and
30 p. m. Sundays through May 21. This exhibition is under the
of the Ann Arbor Art Association.
- ~MRS. W. P.' LOMVBARD}.
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Uteritz, s5.......... 5 0R
Wibles, 2nd..:...5 1
Knode, 1st..._....4 0
Shackleford, rf.....3 0
Kipke, f...........3 1
Klein, if ...........4
Paper, 3rd........3 2
Elliot, p........0 0
Schultz, p.........3 1
11 27 11 1
Students who expect to elect any of the following courses next semester
ase hand in their names, .not later than Monday, May 8, at 5 p. m., and
cate the courses:
Arch. 19, 20, 22, 22a, 23, 23a, 26, 27, 36, 35a (4 hrs.), 35b (Structural
ign, to be arranged). . J. B. NEWMAN.
A meeting to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of the birth
Pasteur will be held inthe Histological Laboratory of the Medical School
Tuesday evening, May 9, at 8 o'clock. (The Council will meet at 7:30.)
The speakers will be Professors Gomberg and Novy. Members of the
ior Research Club, Sigma Xi, and Phi Sigma are invited to attend.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
0. T. C.:
Members of the R. 0. T. C. will assemble at Room 348, Engineering
[ding, on Saturday morning, as follows:.
At 9 o'clock: All men in Basic Courses, except Band and except men
h classes at 9.'
At 10 o'clock: All men, except those with classes at 10.
Band will bring instruments and music.
At 11 o'clQck: All who have no classes at 11.
It is important that everybody attend, if possible. Students who report
9 or 10, who ave classes at 10 or 11 will so report to their military in-
uctors that they may be exc .ised in time to attend class.,
Sheenan, ss.....5 0
Prohop, 1st........5 0
Kane, 3rd.........2 3
Blieversnicht, c .....3 0,
Castner, cf ........3 0
Thomas, rf.......3 0
D. Foley, 2nd........4 0
C. Foley, 1f.......3 0
Falvey, p..........4 0
Totals ..... 32 3
Score by Innings.. 1 2 3
Michigan.. .. ......0 0 1
0 0 1
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2 2 0
9 0 1
1 'd 0
2 2 3
0 0 0
4 3 8
24 7, 8
Dr. A. W. Wishart, pastor of the'
Fountain Street Baptist church, of
Grand Rapids, will give an address on
"The Fundamentals of the Faith" at
University services a;t 7:30 tomorrow
night in Hill auditorium. Dr. Wish-.
art, who: has heen pastor of that
church for 13 years, has become wide-
ly known as an interpreter of religion
in modern life. His sermons on pro-
blems ,and conditions of the day and
their relation ' to religion are 'being'
published weekly and sent tora num-
ber of outside churches.
During the ar Dr. Wishart was ac-
tive in Y. M. C. A. work in France,
serving as a captain. Since then he
has made several trips to Europe to
Pound to Speak to Journalists
Arthur C. Pound, '07, a Flint editor
and writer, who was the principal
speaker at the Publications banquet
Thursday night at the Union, speaks
before the class in journalism at 9
o'clock Wednesday morning in room
207 of University hall.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory;
shoes tailor made to suit your in'li-
vidual taste. 'Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs to the place
HINSDALE TO HEAD
UNIVERSIT Y CLUBf
Dean Wilbert B. Hinsdale, of the
Homoeopathic Medical school and di-
rector of the University Homoeopathic
hospiital, was elected president of the
University club for the following year
at a meeting in the club rooms in
Alumni Memorial hall last night.
Mr. Henry F. Adams, instructor in
the psychology department, was chos-
en secretary,-,while Prof. R. E. Haw-
ley, of the mechanical engineering
department, was unanimously decided
upon ,to fill the treasurership. Dr.
Frank E. Robbins, assistant to the
president, was 'selected as director of
Cozimittee Discusses Extension Work
Prof.. W.. D. Henderson, director of
the University Extension division, was
present at the meeting of the Dean's
advisory committee which met yester-
day in the offce of Dean John R. Ef-
finger 'of theS literary college. The
meeting was devoted to an informal
discussion of various problems in the
field of extension work.
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Notre Dame......'1. 0 1
Two base hits-Schultz. Hits off
Eillott, 1 in 2-3 inning, off Schultz 6
in 8 1-3 innings. Base on balls-off
Elliott 3, off Schultz 1; struck out by
Schult 9, by Falvey 5. Double play-
Vick to Knode. Left on bases-Mich-
igan 7,.Notre Dame 7.. Passed ball-
Blieversnicht 2. Wild pitch-Falvey.
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where shoes are made.
SWHAT'S GOING ON
x.:30-Tennis match, Michigan vs. Un-
iversity .of Southern California Fer-
MICHIGAN TRACK MEN TO
MEET OHIO STATE TODAY
2:00-Track meet, Michigan vs. Ohio
State, Ferry field.
4:00-Baseball, Michigan vs. Iowa,
6:04-Kalamazoo college reunion for
all alumni and former students at
815 East Washington street.
7:00-Cosmopolitan club (men and wo-
men) 'meets at Wesley hall.
7 :00-Upper Room Bible class meets'
7:30 - Craftsmen annual business ,'
meeting, and election of officers at.
9:30-Uni3versity Men's Bible class
meets at Lane hall.
11:00-Zionist society meets at Lane
12:00-"The Social Message of Hosea"
will be dis'cussed by the students
class, Church of Christ, South Uni-
12 :00--Judge V H. Lane addresses,.
Presbyterian Student class at Pres-
5:30-Students' Sunday Night Supper
club assemble at Harris hall for
6:00-Social half hour at Presbyterian
6:30-Presbyterian Young People's
society discusses "The Strangers .in,
Our Midst" at Presbyterian church.
7:30-Dr. A. W. Wishart speaks at Un-
iversity servies in Hill auditorium.
The May Varsity Blotter is out, and
can be had by calling at the Chimes
office in the Press building.
MEMBERS OF Y.W.
TO HOLD MEETING
Reports from the national Y. W. C.
A. conference and the national Stu-
dents' assembly held at Hot Springs,
Ark., will be given at the membership
meeting of the University Y. W. C. A. to
be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon, May 10, at Newberry hall. An-
nouncement will be made of the cum-
mer conference to be held at Lake
Tfie installation of the foillowing of-
ficers will take place at that time:
Margaret Whyte, '23, president; Dor-
othy Jeffrey, '24, vice-president; Lu-
verne Hays, '23, secretary; and Helen
Aubrey, '23, treasurer.
FATHER OF STUDENT DIES
IN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Lockwood J. Butler, father of W.
Bernard Butler, '23, died yesterday
morning at the University hospital
following complications resulting
from an operation. Mr. Butler was a
member 'of the firm of Powers and
Butler, sanitary engineers in Grand
Rapids, and was a schoolmate of Shir-
ley W. Smith, secretary of the Uni-
Lee Leaving on Inspecti9n Trip
Prof. Alfred O. Lee, of the engineer-
ing college, will leave Monday for a
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In the hurdle 'events Sargent and
Scbanitz will wear the Maize and Blue
and McCreary and Green will carry
the .Blue, and Gray. Moorehead will
be the chief representative for the
visitors in the high jump and the
broad jump, while McEilven, Neisch"
and Smith will be Michigan's hopes
in the high jump and Neich, Smith
and Nelleff in the broad jump. 1
Ohio's strength in the weight events
is not known. Michigan will be well
represented in these events. Stipe and:
Heath will heave the. shot, Dunne,
DeRuiter and Hunter will hurl the
discus and Dunne and Homan :will
throw the javelin. Stipe will also
be the. Wolverine candidate in the
hammer throw event.
Schedule of Events.
With Landowski back on the ,job
there is no doubt that Michigan will
cop the pole vault. The schedule of
events for the meet is as follows:
at 2 o'clock, pole vault and shot put;
at 2:15, 100yard dash and high jump;
at 2:30, mile run and discus throw;
at 2:50, 440 yard run.;: at 3, 120 yard
hurdles and javelin; at 3:16, 220 yard
dash; at 3:30, broad jump and half-
mile run; at 3:40, hammer throw; at
3:45, 220 yard hurdles; and at 4,
the two mile run.
Faccult y Tenni s
Faculty men interested in taking
part in an exclusively faculty tennis
tournament are requested to coinmu-
nicate with Prof. Charles A. Lang-
worthy at 2239-M or at' his office, 11
Old Engineering building, or with
Mr. G. L. Michaud, at 274-3. En-
trams must be members of the Ath-
letic association and with their en-
tries must remit a fee of 25 cents.
Following a petition presented to
Coach Yost, the space south and west
of the cement court has been reserv-
ed for faculty members belonging to
ARCHITECT PARTY TICKETS
WILL GO ON SALE MONDAY
'Tickets for the annual architects'.
May party to be held May 26 in Bar-
bour gymnasium will go on sale to
architects next Monday mnorning, ac-
cording to an announcement made by
W. K. Rindge, '22A, chairmanof the
committee in charge, at a special
meeting of all architects yesterday.
Tickets are limited to 200 couples;
they will be available to the public
after Friday. F. B. Andrus, '22A, is in
charge of ticket sales.
Schemes for decorating the gymnas-
ium for the dance, submitted by archi-
tectural students, are on exhibit in the
west gallery, Alumni Memorial hall.
Students are now working on designs
FRESHMAN FROLIC TICKETS
SELL-FAST; 20. CHANCES LEFT
Tickets for the Freshman Frolic to
be held May 12 are selling rapidly.
The tickets will be on sale today and
next week at the usual hours, from
10 to 12 o'clock and from 3 to 65
o'clock, in the lobby of :the Union.
About 20 more freshmen may obtain
tickets, as only 180 applications have
been received. The committee in
charge urges that those who have ap-
Slied for admission call for their
ickets today, if possible.
LAST TIMES TODAY
Telephone Murray Hill 88oo
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
'To-day, May 6
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for "The Replenishment of the Wardrobe"
" Across ihe
Tumom' earn. Bovas. asTRC
TIME'S FLYING-Order Them Now
Cards and Plate ' - -
" from Your Plate -
$3.OO to $5.85
UNIVERSITY BOOI STORE
Cyrena Van Gordon
FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18, 19, 20-SIX CONCER TS
Orchestra - Choruses
MICHIGAN'S GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CHARLES A. SINK,
The following interfraternity base-
ball games will be played. today at
10:45 o'clock at Ferry field. Diamond
No. 1, Kappa Beta Psi vs. Sigma Phi;
diamond No. 4, Phi Gamma .Delta vs.
Phi Sigma Kappa; diamond No. 6,
Kappa Nu vs. Acacia.
In the independent league the fol-
lowing games are scheduled for 12:45
o'clock: Diamond No. 1, Brasie vs,
Harelik; diamond No. 2; Lester vs.
Forbes; diamond No. 3, Greenberg vs.
Gun and Blade club; diamond No. 6,
Glasier vs. Newhall.
In the interclass 'baseball league
the following games will be played
off at 10 o'clock: No. 1, Pharmics vs.
Senior. lits; No. 2, Soph lits vs. Jun-
In the interclass baseball there was
an exciting game between the Medics
and the Junior laws, the former win-
ning 7 to 4. Curtin pitched for the
Medics and struck out 12 men. In the
fourth the Medics bunched extra base
hits for enough runs to cinch the