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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918.

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ITEST PIP
[igh Although Nun
Few jn Comparison
!Enrollment
ERS -tXPLAIN RUL
CANE, AND ROPE
Electe Captain of1
;icipati g; Sophomo
Ass ble Tonight
ers of he freshman
compa tively few i
pirited pring game
ie amp itheatre of t
last n ht.
a the p p yo 've go
enough men here,"
>ck, '19 wh presi
in co men ing on
present Ro ert T.
aging e 'tor f The:
unicatio f m a n
homore ela s rega
is of th 01 Michi
wearing g ay cap.
'eshmen ear th
v weeks. " t should
for you t wear y
"You ou t to b
member o the clas
ontinued o Page

IN ARMY BUILDING TO GRIFFIN PAGEAN
WILL FORM TO]
U [ET LE LEGIN RT 0,N E When the chimes ring out
clock tonight, Griffins, singing t
ditional Griffin song, will form i
eant solemn, and from the necl
nbers Are Carpenters in Training Detachment gathered about the flag pole,self
to Will Do Construction chosen ones to be initiated in
Work All-campus, interclass honor
ety.
JES OF WOODEN STRUCTURE WILL RUN
EVENTS SOUTH OF~ENGINEERING SHOPS
All Teams Four Faculty Members Head Corps BED CRDSS PA EI E I
res to of Instructors; Cars
Needed * B EDNX U
class, al- (1. K. E.) ACTIVITIES TO BE SUPEI
n number, Work will begin immediately on the FOR PARTICIPATION O:
pep meet- new building which is to be construct- EVERYONE
he Physics d south of the Engineering shops for
the training of the 500 additional army
t, but you mechanics who will arrive here June * By virtue of a resolution pe
said J. I. 15. * by the Senate Council at the m
ded at the The structure will be built by the * ingheld May14,1918, all exer
the small 40 carpenters in the University of * in the University will be sus
McDonald, Michigan training detachment, under * ded Tuesday afternoon, -May
Daily, read the supervision of the buildings and * from 2 o'clock on, in order
member bf grounds department. It will be com- * members of the different fact
rding the pleted by themiddle of June. * and students may take part
gan tradi- According to specifications given * parade to celebrate the cc
s and ad- out yesterday by Mr. E. C. Pardon, * Red Cross drive.
em in the superintendent of buildings and * Harry B. Hutchi
I be a pri- grounds, the new building will mea- * Presi
our pots," sure 120 by 50 feet, running east and* * . **
e proud of, wsT. twillnaveaor,
s of 1921." 12-foot wooden walls, and a roof of
Six) j (Continued on Page Six) pElaborate plans for the Red
Six)(Coninue on age ix) parade to be held .Tuesday, ar

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dent

Pitcher, Is Injured
Condition Doubtful It 'i

Stoppi

hat

Class Presidents Give (
Interclass Strife; M
Abolished

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tor-
ad-
day,
fore
her-

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"The climax which hazing

has

d E. Ruz-
au depend-
urday, and
is in the
ight knee,
to appear

e

soon as injur d he was rushed to
University he lth service where
Varren E. For ythe examined the
He was una le to state the ser-
ess of' the i jury, but thought
ka might be able to pitch Sat-
. i
zicka was tak n immediately to
Iniversity hos ital where an ice

reached is sufficient reason for bring-
ing to an end this periodical under-
class strife," declared James Scher-
merhorn, Jr., president of the senior
lit class, last night. "Hazing has had
its day at Alichigan."
"I am wholly opposed to the haz-
ing which, has been taking place re-
cently," said Philip Carroll, president
of the senior engineers. "The ac-
cident may be followed by others of a
still more serious nature, unless meas-
ures are taken to prevent further haz-
ing."

bravery i
fliers. We
ditional 1:
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en th

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A DISCONTINUANCE

ged in
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The injury to uzicka is a direct insult to everything Michigan
stands for. Whet er he is able to pitch the games he was depended
upon to win with the next few days makes little difference. Ruz-
icka was injured y one his own classmates while attempting to stop
the hazing. That i a blemish which will hanĀ§ over the sophomore
class for some ti to come.
The freshman c ass is wholly as responsible for the happening as
the sophomores. d they worn their freshmen caps regularly, noth-
ing of such import ould have occurred. Had they kept off the
streets instead of ublicly courting the hazing Ruzicka would not be
in the hospital.
Presidents of the sophomore, junior, and senior literary and eng-
ineering classes are ent on seeing that public hazing, at least, be
stamped out for the 'remainder of the year. The Student council is
doing everything po sible to stop the hazing.
Michigan cannot 4ndergo trouble of any sort tonight or during the
balance of the year. Hazing must be stopped, and at once, else Un-
iversity authorities njay feel called upon to punish offenders by re-
moval. Continuance of this action by either the 1920 or 1921 classes
will mean they are r t of Michigan, composed of men not worthy to
be given the name ofj Michigan men.
______________________ ___________---------_________________________

PROF. ROTH ADY
ENGINEERS

contracts
aircraftp
son. It1
reiteratir
of the c
davits.

3y Huns
)anish coast
w has been
rmation re-

.e Danish
r part of
sea.

coast in-
Denmark

Crevrons Authorized
ican Army in France,
rvice chevrons have
for the army nurses'
1 be awarded under
ions prescribed for
of the American ex-
for Officers' Camp
1 contributed its quo-
' training class now
at Camp Custer when
, '18, A. E. Later, '18,
ter, '18, and Harley
terday to begin train-

This country is entering upon
era of sacrifice, following a long pe
of extreme selfishness, according
Prof. Filibert Roth, of the fore
department, who addressed the fr
man engineers yesterday morninj
their weekly assembly.
"What has posterity ever done
us? used to be the answer of le
lators to requests for money for
foresting that would become of b
fit in after years," said Profe
Roth. " But we are now looking al
and seeing that the real value of k
work cannot be judged by its in
diate benefits.
"The engineer is akin to the fore
in that they are both working to n
the country better in years to co
The forester plants his forests
will come to maturity perhaps a l
dred years from now, while the
gineer builds his works that are.
wise permanent in their benefits.'

pack was applied and k4pt on during "The injuries which Ruzicka
the night. An examination will be tained are the final argument f
made this morning, and; upon the re- abolishment of hazing at the U
sult of this examinatio. will depend sity," was the statement ma
his chance to get in tl4 game Satur- Joseph Broderick, junior lit prey
day. It is believed the ligaments are "To say that hazing should b
torn. f countenanced is insufficient;h
When injured Ruzicka was with fel- should be abolished, and at once
low members of a campus honorary serted T. D. Van Dusen, presid
society engaged in breaking up bands the junior engineers.
of sophomores that were hazing fresh- "I am heartily in favor of
men. One of the sophomores was us- away with hazing," said Uri A
ing a large paddle and the pitcher told penter, soph lit president. "Th
him to quit it. He refused to comply, fortunate incident is in itselfa
and Ruzicka seized it. The remainder that the men of the'class of 11
of the crowd of hazers then jumped frain 'from any future demonstr
in, and Ruzicka was thrown to the antagonistic to the freshmen."
ground. While under the pile, accord- Most representative sophomor
ing to his account, one of the sopho- opposed to hazing of any kind, a
mores grabbed his foot and, twisted. ing to opinions expressed last
His right hand was also cut by the Every effort will be made to su:

a sus-
or the
niver-
ade by
sident.
be dis-
hazing
e," as-
ent of
doing
. Car-
he un-
a plea
20 re-
ations
es are

Swiss droops Suffer
Geneva, May 15.
the Alsatian front
suffer from Germai
ing back from the
ward the Rhine,
say. The civilian

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