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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

MICHIGAN BASEBALL .NINE
DEFEATS IO0A BY 10-8
(Continued from Page One)
the Iowa third baseman in time to
double Knode off first.

Volume 2

TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1922

Number 170I

Commencement Program:
Will all persons who have notices which they desire printed in the gen-
oral Commencement Program to be issued by the University, kindly turn
such notiees in at my office by noon, Thursday, May 25.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Students in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
With the approval of the Dean's Advisory Committee and of the Presi-
dent of the University, it has been decided that final sessions in all classes
in this College will be held Thursday, June 1, and there will be no classes
held on Friday, June 2.
J. R. EFFINGER, Dean.
University Lecture:
Professor Robert H. Lowie, of the University of California, will lecture
Tuesday, May 23, on "The Origin of the State." This lecture will be at 4:15
p. m., in the Natural Science Auditorium. - The public is cordially invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Students From Erie, Pa.:
The Erie Associated Charities, 156 E. Fifth St., Erie, Pa., can offer to
seniors and specially qualified Juniors, whose homes are in Erie or vicin-
ity, an opportunity to do special work as volunteers this summer. Those in-
terested should address the General Secretary, Mr. A. M. Lopez.
F. P. ROBBINS.
American Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
The next meeting of the local Section will be held today at 4:15 p. m. in
room 151 of the Chemistry building.
Professor M. Gomberg will speak on "The Reaction Between Silver
Perchlorate and the Halogens."
All interested are invited to attend.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Fine Arts 1:
A make up examination for the fourth blue book (Romanesque and
Gothic architecture) will be held at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, Room A,
Alumni Memorial Hall. H. R. CROSS.
To Members of the Engineering Faculty; Civil, Electrical and Mechanical
Department:
Mr. Ross L. Mahon, 12E, Engineer for the Pelton Water Wheel Com-
pany at San Francisco, will give an illustrated lecture on the Kern river
No. ,3 Hydro-electric Plant of the Southern California Edison Company. This
plant contains the highest head reaction turbines in the world; two 25,-
000 H. P. Pelton, Francis or Reaction Type Wheels. Plant has been in ope-
ration one year.
The lecture will be given in room 348 Engr. buildinig tonight at 8 p. m.
Admission free. F. R. SCHERER,
Chairman A. S. M. E.
Freshmen Engineers:
Dean M. E. Cooley of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture will
address the Freshmen at 11 a. in., on Wednesday, May 24, 1922, in room 348
of the Engineering building. Every Freshman is especially urged to be
present on this occasion. Freshmen will call on their Mentors for reports
this week. C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshmen Engineers.
Romance Club: ..
The last meeting of the Romance Club at the Union on Wednesday,

Summary and box score:

Iowa
Shimek, 2b ........
Poephel, ss.... ..
Hicks, 3b .........
Frohwein, P-Rf ....
Locke, lb ..........
Michaelson, cf .....
Becker, p.........
Draper, cf .........
Barrett, c.........
Schirm, If..........
Wilhelm, if ........
Smith, if ..........

AB
5
5
5
5
.&
5
0
3
5
1
4
0

Totals .........44

3R
0
3
2
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0.
91
R
2
2
1
0
1
2
1
0
0
0
0

H
1
1
3
1
2
2
0
1
2
0
2
0
15
H
2
4
2
1
4
1
2
2
0
0
1

PO A
3 2
1 3
2 8
0 5
16 0
3 0
0 2
0 1
6 0
0 0
0 1
0 0
31 22
PO A
4 2
2 3
12 1
7 4
2 0
0 2
4 0
1 1
0 0
1 2
0 0
0 0

E
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
E
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

FAST TIMES FEAURE
Of INTERCLASS MEET
Finals in all track events were run
off in the Interclass track meet yes-
terday afternoon. Fair times were
made in the 100 yard dash and the
220 yard low hurdles. Martin, '23, ran
the century in 10:2 and Randall, '22,
the hurdles in 29:2 in the face of a
wind.
In the half mile More, '25, placed
first with 2:33 for his time. Gibson,
'25, Zinn, '25, and Dunklin, '24E, fin-
ished in the order named.
Results of the 100 yard dash:
Martin, '23, first, Wittman, '25, sec-
ond, Goldwater, '24, third, and Ma-
loney, '25, fourth. Time 10:2.
One mile run: Cochran, '24E, first,
Amstutz, '25, second, Shenefield, '25,
third, and Nicholson, '25, fourth.
Time 4:40:1.
440 yard dash: Jones, '25, first,
Barger, '24, second, Prophet, '24,
third, and Dunklin, '24E, fourth. Time
:54:1.
220 yard dash: Martin. '23. first,
Goldwater, '24,ssecond, Maloney, '25,
third, Wittman, '25, fourth. Time :23.
120 yard high hurdles: Higgins, '25,
first, Barth, '24, second, Anderson, '24,
third, Emery, '25, fourth. Time 17:2.
'220 yard low hurdles: Randall, '22,
first,tNewhall, '25, second, Anderson,
'24, third, Emery. '25, fourth. Time
29:2.
All field events will be run off this
afternoon.
Is your Pen 'ready for Exams.
Better to come early.
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College Inn 308 State St.

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Michigan
Uteritz, ss........
Wimbles, 2b .......
Knode, lb.........
Vick, c...........
Shackleford, rf ...
Paper, 3b.........
Kipke, cf ..........
Roby, It..........
Liverance, p.....
Schultz, p........
Dixon, p..........
Blott, (x) ..........

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35999

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6
6
4
5
4
5
4
4
0
2
1
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W'HAT'S GOING ON

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TUESDAY
4:00-Union freshman orchestra meets
in room 308 of Union.
4:15-Prof. X. Gomberg will address
meeting of U. of M. American Chem-
ical society, room 151 of Chemistry
building.
6:00-Varsity band banquet at Union.
6:30-Wayfarers meet in room 802
of Union.
7:30-Saginaw club meets at Union.
7:30-Round-Up club meets at Union.
7:30-Business meeting of Adelphi
house of representatives in Univer-
sity hall.
7:0- Final meeting of Botanical
Journal club at home of Professor
Newcombe, 9 Geddes Heights.
9:00-Alpha Kappa Psi meets at Un-
ion.
WEDNESDAY
5:00-Chimes business staff and try-
outs meet at Union.
7:00-Alpha Delta Sigma meets in
room 304 of Union.
7:00-Varsity band rehearsal in Uni-
versity Hall.
8 00-Meeting Aristolochite in room
300, Chemistry building.
U-NOTICES
Any cadet officer of the 8. 0. T. C.
who is interested in the formation
of a local chapter of the Scabbard
and Blade, is requested to commun-
icate with Box S and B, 223 East
Ann street.
The Varsity Glee club will hold a meet-
ing at 7:15 o'clock Monday night in
the reading room of the Union. The
matter of charms will be taken up.
The Ann Arbor Art assocmanon an.
nounces an exhibition of Batiks by
Hugo Knapp, oil paintings by G. A.
Beneker, water colors by Edmund
S. Campbell and Lars Hoftrup, and
pen and ink and pencil drawings by
D. S. Walker, Catherine C. Fowler,
and Katherine McEwen. Open daily
from 2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall.
Camp Davis men-All men going to
first camp must see Cuthbert, trans-
portation manager, Tuesday morn-
ing in the Engineering room to sign
up and pay for their transportation
to camp. Fare is as follows: round
trip, either from Detroit or Ann Ar-
bor, $16.45; one way, $11.40; Pull-
man lower, $3.75; Pullman upper,
$3.00.
The Students' Press club luncheon
scheduled for 6:15 o'clock tonight
has .been . postponed . indefinitely.
Those who have purchased tickets
see S. B. Coates, treasurer, for re-
fund.
T" l mnaf aS* A 1k,& t AY~. L* -A..CIA-

representatives which was to have
been held Wednesday night will be
held tonight at the regular place.
HUGO DIEMER TO BE SPEAKER
AT A. S. X. E. DINNER, MAY 27
The annual dinner of the student
branch of the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers will be held on
Saturday, May 27, at the Union. Mr.
Hugo Diemer of the La Salle Exten-
sion University will be the principle
speaker.
Mechanical engineers from the De-
troit section of the society will come
to Ann Arbor to attend the banquet.
Tickets for the dinner may be ob-
tained by members of the societies
and others interested from the com-
mittee in charge of the affair.
Dr. Sundwall Attends Convention
Dr. John Sundwall, director of Stu-
dents' Physical Welfare department,
left yesterday for St. Louis, where he
is to attend the convention of the
American Medical association. Dr.
Sundwall will deliver an address be-
fore the convention. He is expected to
return the first of next week.

Totals .........43 10 19 33 15 4
(x) batted for Schultz in ninth.
Score by Innings
Iowa ...........40010010300- 9
Michigan.......02:000030401-10
Sacrifice hits- Hicks, Frohwein,
Draper, Knode, Roby, Schultz; home
rufis-Shackleford. Three base hits-
Locke, Draper, Roby, Uteiritz; two base
hits-Hicks, Paper, Uteritz; struck out
-by Frohwein 3, by Becker 1, By
Schultz 4, by Dixon 3; bases on balls-
off Frohwein 2, off Becker 1, off Schultz
1; hits-off Frohwein 14 in 8 innings,
of Becker 5 in 3 innings, off Liverance
3 in 1 inning, off Schultz 14 in 8 in-
nings, off Dixon 1 in 2 innings; double
plays-Hicks to Locke, Wimbles to
Uteritz to Knode. Hit by pitcher,
Poephel. Umpire, Lister.
CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TO HOLD MEETING TONIGHT
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
a joint meeting of its board of di-
rectors and advisory board after a
diner at 6:30 tonight at the Cham-
ber of Commerce inn for the purpose
of presenting to the public the school
bonding issue. The meeting is to be
in an open forum in which everyone
present, including members of the
school board, the executive committee
of the city housing league, represent-
atives of the labor organizations and
all, citizens of Ann Arbor caring to
be present, is urged to ask questions
so that the proposition to be voted on
June 1, will be clear and familiar be-
fore casting ballot to support or re-
ject it.
BARRIE'S PLAY, "ROSALIND,"
TO BE SHOWN AGAIN TONIGHT
James M. Barrie's "Rosalind," which
was recently played under the super-
vision of the Play Production class of
the public speaking department, will
be played at 8 o'clock tonight in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Jack Holden, '22,
will take the part of Charles. In his
recent work in this role, Professor
Hollister highly commended Holden
for his interpretation. Catherine
Greenough will play the part of Mrs.
Page.
In "The Constant Lover," a play
written by St. John Hankin, and re-
cently played at Port Huron, these
people took the leading parts.

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