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IFFICIAL BUlLETIN
d until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1922

Number 172

MICHIGAN BEAT GOPHERS
BY 4-RUN RALLY IN 8TH
(Continued from Page One)
pitchers were required to stop their
onslaught. Brown led the clouting for
Minnesota, getting three hits, one of
them netting three bases.
Vick and Uteritz starred at bat for
the Wolverines.

1
Lecture:
sor F. H. Koch of the University of North Carolina will give an
lecture on Plays and Playmaking in the Natural Science Audi-
.ursday, May 25, at 4:15. F. E. ROBBINS.
Archaeology 6 (Mythology):
will be a make-up examination for those who missed the May
o'clock Saturday, May 27, in Room 109, Tappan Hall.
CAMPBELL BONNER.
Pharmacy: Examluation for the Aristolochite Scholarship Prize:
rize is available to freshman students in the College of Pharmacy
ward is based upon the candidate's scholarship record for the first
and his rating in a general competitive examination to be held in
Chemistry building, Saturday, May 27, at 10 a. m. The prize of
tributed by the Aristolochite Honorary Society of the College of
. Further information regarding the examination may be obtained
undersigned. C. H. STOCKING.
Mechanfeal Engineering:
niors of mechanical engineering who have not had their pictures
he records of the Mechanical department are requested to report
or M. J. Orbeck, Room 439 New Engineering building, between
of 1 and 4 o'clock on Thursday, May 25, to have this done.
H. C. ANDERSON.

BOX SCORE
Michigan AB R
Vteritz,, ss....... ;5 1
Wimbles, 2b.......4 1
Knode,lb ...........5 1'
Vick, c ..........4 1,
Shackleford, it......4 2
Paper, 3b........3 0
IKipke, cf ..........4 1
Roby, rf..........2 1
Dixonp..........3 0
Klein, x.........1 0
Schultz, x......1 0
Liveranse, p.......0 0
Blott, zz..........1 0
Elliott, p .........0 0

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CAP NIGHT PLANS
SET FOR FRIDAY
(Continued from Page One)
Morris P. Tilley of the English de-
partment, the -fac Ity speaker of the
evening, who wil present the "M"
blankets. Following the singing of
"Varsity" George O. Brophy, '22L,-vill
speak as the representative of the
students. The band will then lead in
"The Victors," after which the alum-
nus speaker, the Hon. Robert F.
Thompson, of the New York Supreme
court, will be introduced. Singing of
"The Yellow and Blue' 'and "Where
Oh Where," followed by the casket
ceremony and the freshman snake,
dance around the fire will conclude the
program.
The yearlings will then march down
town in a body to the free show that
has been provided for them at the
Orpheum. The other classes will
break up at the hollow giving the,
freshmen the undisputed right-of-way
in their procession, but they will have
the privilege of attending the special
films that have been secured, for them
at the other theaters.
Yesterday's Games
American League
Detroit 7 ,Philadelphia 6.
Boston 6, Cleveland 2.t
Washington 5, New York 3.
No other games scheduled.
National League
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 11.
Boston 9, St. Louis 3.
Niew York 2, Cincinnati 1.
No other games scheduled.

Coming Z

May 25-First Seior Sing.
May 25-High school editors' conven-
tion.
May 26-Cap Night.
Architects' Ball.
May 27-Chicago baseball game.
May 29-Wisconsin baseball game.
Chicago golf match.
May 31-Lantern Night.
J pne 3-0. S. U. baseball game.
Last day of classes.
Any additions or corfections to the
above should be mailed to the Calen-
dar Editor of The Daily.
Martha Washington Candies fresh'
every Friday at Tice's.-Adv.
DANA E. HISCOCK
DEALER IN
HARD And SOFT
COAL
WOOD AND COKE
Kentucky Egg, Pocahontas,
Manhattan Egg, West Vir-
ginia Lump, Solvay Coke,
G ood Clean Hard Coal.
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Totals........37 8

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what it says: No darning
sary during the periods
fled.

x-Batted for Liveran e in 9th.,
xx-Batted for Roby in 8th.
zz-Batted for Dixon in 7th.

13 and 15:
not meet these courses on Friday, May 26.

Without D

C. B. VIBBERT.

ibers of the Sigma Xi:
The spring initiation and banquet of the Michigan Chapter of the Sigma
will be held at the, Michigan Union on Friday evening, May 26, at 6:15
ock. The Chapter will be addressed by Mr. William W. Bishop? Univer-
Librarian, on the subject, "The Record of Science."
All members of the Society, whether belonging to the Michigan Chapter
Lot, are invited to be present.
, PETER OKKELBERG,'Secretary.
Members of Campus Posts V. F. W. and American Legion:
The Gun and Blade club extends a most cordial invitation to you to at-
i a party given in your honor at Lane Hall tonight, Thursday, May 25, at
. There will be speakers, music, smokes, and refreshments. No effort
been spared to assure a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
WILFRID HOCKING,
President, Gun and Blade Club.
anced Student Recital:
Advanced students of the University School of Music will appear in pub-
ecital in Hill Auditorium, Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. This will
e the place oft the regular Twilight Organ Recital. The followjg pro-
n will be given: .Tango American (Carpenter), Marche Militaire (Schu-
-Tausig), Max Ewing; Romance (Wieniawski), Valse Bluette (Drigo-
rr), Emily Mutter; The Wind's in the South (Scott), Songs My Mother
ght Me, Tune Thy Strings, Oh Gypsy (Dvorak), Frances Crandall; Lie-
'reud (Kreisler), If I Were a Bird (Henselt); Evelyn Pace; Largo from
certo for Two Violins (Bach), Josephine Connable and D. Hartley Sin-
r; I Am Thy Harp (Woodman), When Death to Either Shall Come
mer), The Hindoo Chant (Bembefg), Thelma Stealy; Prelude from 1st.
tite (Bach-Bauer), Etude, Op. 10, No. 3 (Chopin), La Campanella (Pa-r
ini-Liszt), Erwin Yackel; Mary Louise Maxwell, Accompanist. No ad-
sion charge. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
nomios 2:
Friday's assignment in Ec. 2 is review, pages 160-240 and 390-440 in
lor. W. A. KOHLER.
ders of Athletic Coupon Books:
Coupons number 13 and 14 when attached to the coupon book will admit
owner to the Interscholastic Track and Field Meet held at Ferry field,
day afternoon, May 26, and, Saturday afternoon, May 27. Fifty cents ad-
sion will be charged to those not possessing athletic coupon books.
FIELDING H. YOST.

Minnesota AB
Sampson, f ........5
Robertson, lb .....5
Doyle, cf. ......4;
Brown, c..........4
Fribley, 2b........3
Myrum, 3b ........ 4
Rumble, rf . ....4
Severinson, 5s .... 3
Schmwedes, p......4

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Totals........36 4 10

Score by Innings
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rMAT'S'GOING ON

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THURSDAY
-Meeting of J-Hop committee

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-Prof. F. H. Koch speaks in Na..
ral Science auditorium.
-Bahal Study circle meets in Lane
11.
-Varsity band meets at Library
r Senior sing. Blue uniforms.
-"Jesus' Interpretation of Life,"
laboratory course, in Upper room,
no hall.
-Meeting of Flint club In room
2 of Union.
-Polonia Literary circle meets at
,ne hall.
-Erie club meets in room 325 of
lion.
-R. 0. T. C. band meets at New.
rry hall.
-Gun and Blade party at Lane
11, for campus V. F. W. and Am-

rican Legion members.
FRIDAY
0-Classes assemble for

Cap night

LEAGUE INSTALLS
OFFICERS TODAY
Installation of all officers for the
Women's league for next year will be
held at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Reports
from all league committees will also be
made as this will be the last meeting
of the Women's league this year. Print-
ed copies of these reports will be given
out to all present. ,
Immediately after the installation of
the officers class elections will be held.
The juniors will elect a chairman for
next year's Senior Girls' play, a play
committee and a social committee.
The sophomores will elect a chairman
and committee for next year's Junior
Girls' play, a chairman for the junior
advisory work and a social committee.
The freshmen will elect a social com-
mittee and a freshman spread commit-
tee.
The Junior, sophomore and freshman
classes will each nominate two girls
to run for the judiciary council. These
nominations will be voted on by ballot
next week.
NEW FRATERNITY
RECOGNIZED HERE
Sigma Alpha Delta was officially rec-
ognized as an honorary and profes-
sional advertising fraternity yesterday
with the following members: Norman
C. Damon, '23, Leland L. Gault, '22,
Elton F. Hascall, Jr., '23, Clarence
Hatch, Jr., '22, Wendell Herrick, '23,
James House, '22, Harold C. Hunt,
'23Ed, Albert J. Parker, '23, Russell S.
Persing, '22, John Ross Riford, '23,
Wilber M. Seele, '22, Herbert C. Selby,
'23, George E. Sloan, '24L, Marion B.
Stahl, '23, Townsend H. Wolfe, '24.
Officers elected for next year were:
Executive committee-George E. Sloan,
'24L, chairman, Marion B. Stahl, '23,
Albert J. Parker, '23, John Ross Riford,
'23.
Lindsay Attends Whimsies Banquet
Vachel Lindsay was a guest of Prof.
Roy W. Cowden, of the rhetoric de-
partment, at a banquet tendered the
staff of Whimsies and its contributors
last Tuesday night. Mr. Lindsay exhib-
ited his talent at art by making sev-
eral sketches and composing poems

Summary: Three base hits, Frib-
ley, Brown, Wimbles, Vick; home
runs, Schweds; struck out by Schwe-
des 7, by Dixon 5,by Liverance 0, by
Elliott 1; bases on balls, off Schwe-
des 4, off Dixon 1.
GIVES PLEA FOR
NATIONAL IDEALS
(Continued from Page One)
of what your country is and may be.
We need faith in democracy."
Registrar A. G. Hall, retiring presi-
dent of the Michigan chapter of Phi
Beta Kapia, was toastmaster at the
banquet. Ruth M. Mills spoke for the
women initiates and Forman G. Brown
gave,the message from the men initi-
ates.
Preceding the banquet Prof. William
A. Frayer, of the history department,
explained the purpose and history of
the society to the new members.
DEAN M. E. COOLEY TALKS
AT FINAL '25E ASSEMBLY
Freshman engineer assemblies for
the year 1921-22 were brought to a
close yesterday morning with Dean
Mortimer E. Cooley's talk. Dean Coo-
ley told a few things about his recent
trips to the various Engineering
schools, and ond or two incidents of
his first years in the teaching pro-
fession here in Ann Arbor.
He impressed upon the class the ne-
cessity of getting an avocation. "One
of the greatest troubles that the en-
gineer experiences is his inability to
express his ideas in words," said
Dean Cooley. "I have talked to prom-
inent engineers all over the country
and the minute that anything per-
taining to "shop" enters the discussion
the majority make a dive for their
pencils."
SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDENTS
WILL GIVE RECITAL TODAY
Advanced students of the University
School of Music whose work has been
particularly meritorious will appear
in recital at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon in Hill auditorium. Admission
to the auditorium is free to all except
very small children. The concert
will take the place of the customary
organ recital. Students who will ap-
pear are: Max Ewing, Emily Mutter,
Frances Carndall, Evelyn Pace, Thel-
ma Stealy and Erwin Yackel.
CAMP DAVIS MEN NOTICE
All men who are to attend the
first session at camp and have
not already procured tickets must
see me in room 309 of the Eng-
f ireering building this aft-
ernoon. AL. CUTHBERT.
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U-NOTICES
he Ann Arbor Art associauon an-
nounces an exhibition of Batiks by
Hugo Knapp, oil paintings by G. A,
Beneker, water colors by Edmnund
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.
a Sociedad Hispanica will not meet
tonight.
Engagement Announced ,
Announcement of the engagement of
linton W. Longwill, '22, to Miss Elva
oorhead of Indiana, Pa., was made
sterday evening at the Sigma Phi
psilon house. Miss Moorhead is a
ember of the Delta Sigma Epsilon
rority and is a senior at Temple
liversity, Philadelphia, Pa.
J-Hop Committee Meets Today
Charles Hummer. '23. chairman of

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