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FOUR MEDIC COMPANIES
<ACULTY APPROVAL IS GIVEN TO
LIST OF STUDENTS WHO
COMMAND
Officers for the four medic military
companies have been appointed and
given faculty approval, according to
an announcement by Major C. W.
Castle.
Officers of the fresh medics are as
follows: Company A-Captain, Paul
M. Ireland; first lieutenant, W. D.
Stinson; second lieutenant, G. F.
Moore; first sergeant, E. W. McKel-
vey; sergeants, H. M. Heitsch, D. F.
Kudner, N. F. Miller, L. J. Foster;
corporals, T. W. Adams, J. S. Klump,
S. R. Guild, grad., F. A. Weiszer, J.
Palma, and D. C. Scroggie.
Company B officers--Captain, H. W.
Smith; first lieutenant, C. S. Hickey;
second lieutenant, D. J. Barnes; first
sergeant, C. R. Hills; sergeants, A. W.
Coxon, K. T. Knode, J. L. Garvey, and
E. B. Kinney; corporals, J. F.
Haughey, J. T. Kaye. Garvey, T. W.
Durbin, W. S. O'Donnell, and R. W.
Streat.
Company C officers are the follow-
ing, all being junior medics-Captain,
J. R. Darnall; first lieutenant, H. B.
Spalding; first sergeant, W. P. Stowe;
sergeants, D. K. Bacon. C. C. Hyde, and
J. Rodriguez; corporals, -W. K. Mc-
Candliss, F. M. Allen, W. J. Greenfield,
E. R. Smith, H. J. Prall, J. Alumand,
and M. R. Burnell.
Officers of Company D of soph
medics are-Captain, R. L. Novy; first
lieutenant, J. M., McKinney; second
lieutenant, H. F. Becker; first serg-
eant, R. D. Schirach; sergeants, E. J.
Coram, W. M. Bell, F. 0. Novy, E. S.
Henry, W. H. Ludwig; corporals, R.
W. Shelleyf, M. F. Miner, N. C. Bender,
T. L. Squier, C. A. Domalski, J. R.
Pugh, D. T. Hoffman, and H. R.
O'Brien.

Leonard Says He
Will Stop Rival
New York, May 31.-"The funny part
of it is I don't feel like a champion.
I feel just exactly like Benny Leon-
ard, who was begging for a chance to
knock Welsh out and bring the world's
lightweight championship back to
America."n
That's how Benny Leonard expressed
himself as headescribed his feelings
after he had annexed Welsh's light-
weight crown.
"I went home feeling kinda funny
and happy and when I awakened in
the morning I yelled to mamma to
give me some dope or something, be-
cause I didn't feel a bit different. You
know when a fellow's after something
right hard and won't rest until he gets
it, he sorta feels he should feel like
a different man when he finally lands
it. But it isn't that way at all. I'm
just plain Benny Leonard and glad
of it.
"When I got home from the fight
there were hundreds of people in front
of the house. They yelled and yelled
until I stuck my head out of the win-
dow. They wanted me to make a
speech, but I couldn't say anything. I
just held up my hands, yelled: 'I love
yez all' and ran back."
Leonard was asked what he thinks
of Johnny Kilbane, the man who
started Welsh down the decline by
whipping him soundly just before
Leonard won the world's champion-
ship.
"He's a grand little fellow," Leon-
ard replied, "but I feel sure I'll stop
him when we meet. I don't care if it
is six rounds or 20, Itjust have the
feeling that I can do it."
YES'TERDAY'S .GAMES

DISAGREMENTSCHECK
WAR APPROPRIATION
HOUSE AND SENATE CONFEREES
MUST AGREE BEFORE
BILL'S PASSAGE
Washington, May 31.-The govern-
ment will have to wait for the three
big appropriations in the army and
navytdeficiencybill until house and
senate conferees can agree on big
provisions in the measure.
Chairman Fitzgerald of the. appro-
pr ations committee today admitted a
conference report on the bill which
disagrees on the following big items:
An appropriation for an emergency
ship-building fund, $755,000,000; a
$10,000,000 fund for the secretary of
war for agency uses; a $1,400,000 ap-
propriation for the purchase of the
Jamestown exposition grounds at
Hampton Roads, Va.; a $1,600,000 item
for the equipment of a naval operat-
ing base at the Jamestown yards.
Conferees disagree on a huge mer-
chant shipping appropriation, and the
power to be conferred on the presi-
dent. The amount provided is the
same in the house and senate bills.
Among the amendments agreed to
were $500,000 appropriation for the
council of national defense, $2,650,000
appropriation for registering and se-
lecting eligibles under the army draft
law, an amendment providing $100 a
month for men in the officers' reserve
corps, an increase from $60,000,000 to
$221,900,000 for army transportation,
and $65,900,000 instead of $39,500,000
for automatic machine guns.
PROF. J. R. ALLEN SPEAKS TO
ENGINEERS; PLAN POW-WOW
Prof. John R. Allen of the me-
chanical engineering department, who
is soon to leave the University, gave
his last talk before the junior engi-
neers yesterday morning at their as-
sembly. He spoke of the spirit and
qualifications of the engineer.
A short business meeting followed
at which a committee was appointed
to make plans for a junior engineer
pow-wow, providing a pow-wow of the
entire engineering college is not held.
This. was the last junior engineering
assembly of the year.'
Shirts made to measure. G. H. Wild
Co., Leading Merchant Tailors State

"WHEAT BALL" NOW GHOST
OF CENTRAL LEAGUE BATTERS'
Fort Wayne, Ind., May 31.-Now it's
the "wheat ball" that is causing worry
to batters in the Central league. Pitch-
er Cummins of the Fort Wayne club
is accused of using the delivery. Play-
ers allege that Cummins carries a
pocket full of crushed grains of wheat
and chewing it produces a substance
which gives his fingers a powerful

grip on the ball, causing it to hop
freakishly as it passes the batter.-
Mrs. Leonard Faints at News
New York, May 31.-Benny Leon-
ard's mother, who is Mrs. Leiner-
Leonard's real name-fainted when
Benny telephoned her that he had won
the world's lightweight championship.
He has made it a practice always to
telephone her after his fights.

A. I. E. E. Elects Officers for
The student branch of the A. I.
elected the following junior engi
as officers for the ensuing year
monthly meeting last night: Chai
W. R. Harvey; vice-chairman,
Milburn; secretary, T. W. Co
treasurer, G. S. Heath.
Following the business me
Prof. H. H. Higbie gave a tal
searchlights and floodlights us(
army maneuvers.

We Picture
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back cuffs. Skirt has three rows
17 ~of tucks. A wonderful value at, '
$7.50.
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Women to Indulge in Annual Ath-
letic Carnival; Awards to Follow
Women's athletics will have their
innings tomorrow afternoon in the an-
nual Field day on Palmer field. The
games will begin at 2 o'clock, and in
addition to the archery contests and
group games, the finals in tennis will
be played off and the freshmen will'
battle the juniors for the baseball
title.
After the game the cup will be
awarded to the winning team and the
various athletic honors won by indi-
viduals during the year will be an-
nounced.
Coming Events
June 1-Band concert at bandstand.
June 1-Fresh lit frolic at Armory.
June 5-Registration day for United
States army.
June 8-Cap night.
June 8-Band concert at badistand.
June 11-Final examinations com-
mence.
June 24-Baccalaureate sermon in
Hill auditorium..
June 25-26-Class day exercises.
June 26-27-Alumni days.
June 28-Commencement exercises.
July 1-Patriotic Sunday.
July 2-Summer session commences:
Correct Daily-Gargoyle Game Report
Owing to a mistake in yesterday's
Daily, the story on the Daily-Gargoyle
game had Schoenfield "stealing third,"
when it should. have read "stealing
third with the bases full." Also the
name T. J. Ankner was omitted as
backstop.
Going canoeing up the river? Make
these trips real enjoyable by equip-
ping your canoe with a portable Vic-
trola and records of the World's Best
Artists. Victrola outfits for sale at
Schaeberle & Son's Music House. 110
S. Main St.-Adv.

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Schaeberle & Son can equip your St.tt
portable Victrola with a Record-Lyte
for $3.50.-Adv. Delta Cafe open Commencement
week. Table d'hote service. Special
Patronize Daily Advertisers. parties by arrangement.-Adv. 30
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There's a seal over the crown of the bottles: see
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Suits with plenty of style and "pep for the young
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business man.
One of these suits will put any man in the well-
dressed class.
Shirts of silk Madras, percale, and novelty stripes and checks.
A large assortment of straw hats in the new styles and shapes.

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Saturday Night

Admission 75c

At Armory

Fischer's
Sextette

COTTINCTON on Banjarine
with ALDRICH on Saxaphone
SCHMER on Traps

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