- D - ,1· I "_ "_.. .j : ,', • r. .. r- _- .... .- " i Y9�· VI�II-No. 127. amen UNIVERSITY OF CHIC�GO. i"UESDA Y� APRIL 26. 1910. , . . . .: Price. 5 Cents. Professor J. Laurence Laughlin. head of the department of political ; IlASSIIEETING ON TO.OUOW economy, has again been. made chair- man of the committee in charge of ;Seuon Ticket Sale· to 'Be B� - the annual essay contest for prizes Rally Will Be Held in Kent offered by Hart. Schaffner & Marx. Theater. .Tbe prizes, which amount to $2.000. are offered for the best essays on eco- Continued twitchings of the comet's nomic subjects. There is one division' tail brought down so much rain and for undergraduates' and one for all 'snow y�sterday that no outdoor .base- other America�s who care to compete. 'bail.-practice' was held. So much wa-. Among the subjects for the essays iter" fell that the field was almost a are the following: "The Value of : qua�i.re, . and. unless today and 10- Protectionism to American W orking- " ; mOrrO'W prove bright and clear the di- men," "The Economic Reasons for �inon� .will not be in shape for the 11- or Against Building. a D'eep' Water- Jini-game scheduled for tomorrow aft-· �ay to the Gutf,",:The Valuatjon of ernoo� HOWever': the-"weiihe'r 'man Railways," "The Effect of :Modern ptedicts clear today; with a. ris�ng . Immigration in the United States." temperature. .. .: '. "The Value of Organized Specula- Driven indoors the' Varsity put in tion." "The' History of the Rate of most of the time in light practige, Interest in the United States." The men of the firin'g Iine, Page, Rob� The prizes are to be divided as fol- erts and Sunderland. limbered up their lows: class "A," first prize, $1,000; sec­ pitching arms. Director' Stagg took' o�d prize, $500; class "B:' first prize, the team into private conference for $300; second prize, $200. over an hour and talked' concerning r -:Class' :Ii includes only those who at various points for play. outlining espe- the time the papers are sent in are cially signals, base running, placing undergraduates. of any American col­ for different' hitters and -the work of lege; class A includes any other Amer­ the fielders. icans, without restriction. A contest- With two men out of the game and ant in class B is iligible to a prize in . one handicapped in playing, the team class A: is. so broken up that no definite line- l-fembers of the committee in up has as yet. been fixed for tomor- charge of the essays are as follows: 'row's game. Captain' Pegues has a Professor J. Laurence Laughlin. chair­ -sprained 'ankle, and Collings is suf- 'man; Professor J. B. Clark, Columbia :fering. with a' wQrse'�injury� a' badly university;' -Professor .Henry ,'. �­ : tom leg 'ili'tiScle.;; . These- iDju_rjeii�D',.; . ; ; l;J�:-df··3tiaiiiilj; --tt 0.: �iOOa"ly'1Ceep-::bc;t� '�ur�t the' race Wtiite. E�q .• New Yo�k city; Pro­ "game for ten days. In .addition, Orno leSSOr Edwin F. Gay, Harvard uni- :RobeJ.ts, .. the'-· heavY:hiuing second- .versity. . '·�acker. has a l�m� ankte tha� is giv- �ng' him • trouble., It. is also' �mored FRESHMEN WILL G� · that one of the �egulars may. be fo�nd 'CLASS BANQUET IIA Y 6 'ineligible, which may further -the Ma­ · roon's hoodoo. : WEBAuiRACDCE IS '. PREVENtED BY STORM ... \�. r '. '9 . ....,... ". :YaniIJ SIad .� w.n Apia .,. ; . Iaia---., .,�_ IIIiMia . Gale T-.tn •. Proba�e�. · Bobby Baird will cover 'Pegues' 'pla�e �i sh��t� a�� in the .0Dtfi�lci Kas- . sulker will be !?witched to center' in Collings' . place. Ehrhorn wilt cover 'left field in Kass�tker's place and Cleary will maintain his regular po- ' ·siti�n at right. Wjth 'Sauer at the in­ itial.�'sack. Roberts at· second and .·Boyle back- at thirdt this is .as good � 'proph�Y -;� ��� .. b� ��de for tomor­ 'TOW!S ' gime- with' -ihe . downstate ag- ; gregation�" .'. ;The Maroons! be��ning at.Wiscon­ sin gave them a good lead in �he Con- :f�reric� race', wbicb will be better put to the te�t' tomorrow. . Illinois ·again has a strong team this y�ar. judging .both by reports and by the. two g:lmes they won from the �i.lwa.ukee -team of the ,American association"early in the season. The hardest ,figh� _for the ,championship will probably fall be­ tween them and Chicago. II� .. lleeting Tomorr"W. The baseball and tracK. season at .home will be officially opened tomor­ row morning at a giant mass meeting in Kent theater. at lQ:30 o�c1ock. Di­ rector Stagg. C�pt�in_ Pegues' and ,-a­ rious track and basebal1 athlete� will be on �and to stir the enthusiasm of . the" rooters.' The event will be in direct prepara­ 'tion for the Illinois-Chicago baseball game tomorrow afternoon, which will mark the opening of the Conference baseball race at' home. The departure of the' athletes picked for the Penn­ sylvania games·will also be ·signalized. if the plans of the mass 'meeting advo­ cates prove successful. Director Stagg hopes to find sufficient "pep" and spir­ it among the students. to secure vic­ tories for the men to be sent to Phila- (Continued on Page 4.) The University organizations will be the "first nighters" at the production of "The Pseudo Suffragettes" by the Blackfriars at their opening perform­ ance Thursday night. llay 19. Here­ tofore the second night has usually been dedicated as University night. On this opening night the Quadran­ gle fete will be held in Hutchinson, gardens between the acts. As has for­ merly been the custom this fete witt be under the management and direc­ tion of the various University organi- Graves match. zations among the women.. Friday Start with Good Weather. ' night will be high school night and The tennis tournament will be start- Saturday alumni night. 'Already the ed as soon as the weather clears up, alumni have practically called for all' the exact date to be announced Iater I the lower floor on the night of the last ,through The Daily Maroon and on ' performance. the Cobb bulletin- boards. The' tour- . . On the opening or University night nament will last for four days after . - ��Y T�ut Held-. the various social organizations on once starting, and one round will be In spite of, the, c91�.W�t!l.�r_.an� the . snow th�. �eray tryouts w·ere. held Sat­ the campus will give their' parties, It played each' day. Matches may be is customary that many of the seats played in advance of the opening of urday afternoon ,on M�rshall field. be sold en bloc. Any organization the regular tourney, if des'ired and so ·Davenpo�t and Straube did, not run . can now can for reservations by ap- arranged betwee'n the individu3ls sche- .The..9t.�er men came in� in the' order plication to the ticket 'agency of the duled: but in' no case will play b'e de-' ·n�med-lienaul. Earle. Baird .a�rd Gi£-.. Blackfriars through the Faculty ex- layed beyond the' day scheduled for ford. All four men were·c1o.se togeth.- change, which reservationswitl be its completion. Failure on the_pa� of . -er 'at -!he: fin!�� .. Th�. ���1.-,--:--- , , . eAF'we1'F'f(f-pak-:PirIC. ,!ho beat fin�� .on lIar. 2..�1!�n,�t.�c:..:,..s.;.�.t .:�Ll.<!9!�._e c: .. '?nt .. es'�.' . ..,{�.IQ(b�s�- -be';.pbrcec1 '01'1- sa1e at11ie,oox office In wJ11 result In a forfeit 10 his, OPPo- out, U� Higb; the only other, contend- Cobb' ball. .Th� reservations lwilt' be nent, . :. " .' ..' ·er.· by three- yards� As a ,result the .fil1e·d in the order of. the\r re,;e)pt. . �_ Oat of ToUrney. . winning' team :w�l1 get the: $\Z;; ex- pense, mQney offered by' the Univer:- ReuoDS,for ,� Paui Ga�d�er. captain of the tennis ,sity: The U.: !iigh te�m . will also_ � team and _winner of the University sent 'by a "subscription. taken"up by tennis championship for the past three the high schoo� stude��: y�sterday, 'years� will not corn pete' in .the tryolJ't tournament. This will make the tour­ nament competitic;)ll much" closer,_ as 'hitherto Gardner's opponents have al­ ways been eliminated in' one-two­ three. order. Under the preserit ar­ rangement the entrantS· will' have equal chances. The win'ners of the Varsity and Freshman tournaments will. contest for the honor of chal1eng­ ing Gardner for the -Uriiversity title. IS HEAD OF CONTEST COIllll'tTEE � ,- Profeuor J. Laurence L&uehlin � Chairman of Committee to Arrance . for Annual Hart, SclWfner 4: Marx Essay Contest. ; Y ear�g. to Foll�' Lead . of Elders . and Give J>inD.er for Men of Class. Plaris are being'made for the Fresh­ �a�' b�nquet, which will be held o� the e,oening of llay 6 at ·the Chicago Beach ·hotel. The banquet commit­ te�,.:�pp�inted by Lawrence Whiting, p�esid�nt of the class. is made up of the' following: Stuart Prosser. Rob­ et:t Tuttle, Seeyle Harriman. James Doriovan. Sanford Sellers. Dundas Hunter:' Halsted Carpen·ter, Thomas 'Scofield,' Norman Elmstrom. George llurray. Elmer Thomas, Charles Brown, Charles Taylor. Robert Clark, \Vi11iam Byford. Paul Karsten. George K�h. Hi�sch Soble. 'Donald Breed, Edward Stein. Clarence Freeman. Victor Frank._John .ScJ1wieters, llerle Reese. Leonard Reed. The members of this committee will have the tickets for sale tomorrow. They will try to cam'ass the entire class during the rest of this week in order that an estimate may be made of the attendance to be expected at the banquet. BALDWIN BEATS SMITH IN FINALS OF CLUB BILLIARD MATCH The long-delayed finals in the Rey­ nolds club annual billiard tournament were won ye�terday by 'N •. L. Bald­ ,,·in. He defeated Calvin O. Smith by the 5core of 1i5 to 157. This makes Baldwin, the club champion. The early stages of the ma1ch were "ery close, the two scores ne,-er �ing more than ten points apart. Toward the finish Baldwin �gan to make longer rnns, while Smith's pme �eemed to drop off a bit. The final score does not show how closely "the match was ·contested. UNIVERSITY liGHT AT OPENING PERFORMANCE Frian' .··.Iit.sl ta FII'It NiPt .. ''ne r Wfra- _" io UalYenity. _'-- QUADIWIGLEFETEIETWEENACTS Coach Herbert Returns and WitDesaea Competitive �Final Selection Not Made. 'It was our de�ire th�t the UnIver­ sity organizations would h�ve -the op­ portunity of witriessing the; first per- . formance of the play," said llanagcr Whitfield yesterday, 4'llany think that the first night is' the best ·time· tb :see a production, a-nd for this reason Thursday night will be Unhoersity night: - It is 'our intention to make this night ·a memorable night in the history of the Blackfriar organization. The Quadrangle fete will be held be­ tween the acts of this performance. Cast Selection Not Made. Coach George Herbert. under whose direction "The Pseudo Suffragettes" will be staged. re-turned to the city Saturday morning. Yesterday after­ noon the final competitive rehearsal of the cast waS' conducted. but the 'judging committee was' unable to make its selection offhand. owing to .the fact that all the contestants per­ formed so well. The decision of the committee ,,"ill be announced before the rehearsal thi5 afternoon. The cast will rehearse today at 2 o'clock, and the chorus .at J o·clock. The final chorus selection will be made this week. This afternoon the members of the chorus will Tecei\'e their fir�t dri11s in dancing. By ·the end of the "'eek the choruses will' be going through their parB without a hitch. Already they ha"e learned all the songs. Herbert is Pleased. "I am we11 pleased with the start that has been made." said Coach Her­ bert after "'itnessing -the rehearsals ye�terday. "The chorus men ha"e done remarkably well in mastering their songs. It now remains to drill them on the dances. l t}!ink we will have one of the best balanced casts that has e,'er appeared in any of the operas previously staged by -tbe Fri­ ars. Their rehearsal today was good. and it will be difficult for the judging (Continued on Page -t.) DRAW FOI TENNIS TOUIIWIENT Varsity aDd Frabman Net Candidates Draw for Places in Competition to � Tam�tain Gardner WW· Not Compete. Drawings for the Varsity and Freshman tryout tennis tournaments were made yesterday afternoon and will be posted today. Sixteen men are entered for the Varsity matches and -ten for the Freshman. Four rounds are provided for in each competition. and the drawings are as follows: Vanity Drawings-Moffatt vs. Lew­ is, Moses vs. Henry. Stapp vs. Mc­ Clintock, Exselsen vs. Gifford. Ge­ wehr vs. Post: Herbert vs. Sunder­ land, Wilson vs. Benitez, Guardia vs. Sabath. Freshman Drawings-First round: Goddard vs. Byford, Stewart vs. L\�ves. Second round:W'illlatns� vs. Baldwin. Long vs. Green, Sellers vs, Wright. Winner of Goddard-By­ ford match V5. winner of Stewart- PURDUE GETS COACH HORR '_'-- Lafayette University Gets� Last' Year's Northwestern Football Coach. ,Purdue university has engaged If.. F. Ho�r,. coach �f last year's Xorth­ we5t'er� . ele,·en. to coach the Purdue footba11 tea� next fall .. Horr was a star on the Syracuse university team for four years ;lnd was twice chosen aU-American tackle by Walter Camp, , Horr :will go to· Lafayette next week to begin spring practice with the Var­ �ity men. Hugh Xicol. who is ath­ letic director. witt hereafter have charge of all athletics at Purdue, and Coach Horr wiU work under his di­ rection. Horr ,,·ilt also coach ·the weight men of the track team, FENCIBLES AND POW WOW WILL DEBATE ARBITRATION QUESTION Preparations are being made for a debate. to take place some time in �Iayo between the Fencibles and the Pow \Vo,,·. the deba·ting organizations representing the Sophomore and tbe Fre�hman classes.' The Sophomores ha"e submitted the 'question, "Re­ solved. That a federal commission ha"ing powers of compulsory arbitra­ tion of labor disputes should be estab­ li!'hed in the United State�. constitu­ tionality conceded. � A reply is ex­ pected within a f�w days. til STILL SEND lELA Y TEAM TO PHILADELPHIA ,... Wil Be D.e U Dayaport le­ ...... &.i IIiI HOlle ia T ... �UL AND ClAWLEY GOING? Comstock Unable to Do Any Run­ ning and Will Probably Not Re-enter College. There is stilt a' chance that a mile relay team will be .sent to Philadel­ phia for next Saturday's outdoor car.­ nival in that city.' This chance de­ ,pends on whether Davenport "Wi1l return in time for the trip. He was callBl· to his home suddenly 'Iast Sat­ urday on account of the i11ness of- his mother. and no word has been heard from him since. Iii'_'case the relay team does not go it is' quite likely that Menaul and Crawley wilt:.be sent -to' 'compete .in individual events. Both will be -used in the high hurdles and -shot put, and Menaul w�id also enter in. the dis­ cus. Menaul worked at the: hurdles y"esterdai afternoon in the blinding snow. Phil Comstock. captain oi the track team, will nc't likely return this quar­ ter, and will never he ahle to run again on account of hi5 heart. accord­ ing to a letter receh'ed from him by Crawley )·esterday. Comstock has heen in California all winter resting up, and will be back in the city in a short time. He stated ,that the doctor warned him from e,'en running for a car, and that he should not exert him­ !'etf in the slightest. (Continued on Page -to) THE 'DAILY MAROON THE DAILY MAROON. TUESDAY, A-PRIL' 26, 1910. DAILY BULLETIN Seaior C1ua'PiDa are on sale today from 10:30 to 11 iii Cobb. .' . • COUD�taD Club .will· meet this evening at 7:30 in Cobb 6A. . Sophomore Ezecutive Committee will meet today at 2 in Cobb 3A. Profeuor Tufts will lecture on "The Housing Problem-a New Field Cor Woman's Political Activity," today at 4 in Haskell. -. BotaDical ClUb wilt meet. today at 4:30 in the Botany building, room 13. Dr. Crocker will give a review of . Hopkins' "Soil Fertility and Perma­ nent Agriculture." . ANNOUNCEMENTS --._ Mathematical Club will meet Fri­ day at 4 in Ryerson, room 35. Baseba11-Illinois vs. Chicago to­ morrow at 4 on llarshall field . Kent Chemical Society will meet Saturday at 11 in Kent, room 14. Mass Meeting Cor Illinois game wiII be held tomorrow at 10:30 in Kent. Season Tickets for spring track and baseball are on sale at a special rate of $2. Le Cercle de Conversation Fran­ caise will meet. Friday at 4 in Spel- man house.' • Freshmen will present "Follies of 1910" Friday evening in the Reynolds club theater. L C. Barnes, D.D"9 will speak on "Creative Work in the West" Friday at 4 in Haskell. Swimming Team Banquet will be held after the meet with Central Y. M. C. tAo Saturday. Women's TenniS Tournament will' be held next Tuesday. Register now in the women's gymnasium . Kalailu Dance wiil be held Satur­ day evening, April 30, in the Reynolds club. All old members are invited. Professor A. W. Small will lecture on "The Social Sciences as Terms of One Formula" Friday at 4 in Cobb 6A. . Sophomores will meet Friday at lQ:30 in Kent .. Dean Linn will give' a lecture on "Readings. from Mark Twain." . _ s. W. �eigh�ood Club Luncheon will be held ·tomorrow. Lea�e names at Lexington or School of Education by Tuesday noon. . Y. W. C. L will' meet tomorrow at 10:30 in Lexington. Mr. Robert­ son will lecture on "T!1e Layman's llissionary llovement." . Mr. vr. M. Salter will lecture on "Nietzsche and Wagner: Transition to Second Period," tomorrow at 4 in Law building, west room. Notice to Seniors-Class dries of $5 are overdue and payable to Brad­ ford Gill, treasurer, or address Brad­ ford Gill at S.fOO Ellis avenue. Church History Club will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 with Pro­ fessor MacLaughlin, 5609 Woodlawn. Mr. I rwin will lecture on "A Chris­ tion Statesman in India." SIX LECTURES BY DR. SMALL Subjects Are Announced for Remain­ der of WceJdy TaIb.. The subjects of the lectures re­ maining in the series which is being given by Dean Albion W. Smatt, head of the sociology department, have been announced. The lectures are given every Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Cobb 6:\. The interes-t in the lectures already gin�n has been great and the number of people who have heard them has been large. The subjccts of the lectures fol­ low: April 29-"The Social Sciences as Terms of One Formula." llay 6-"The Objective Phase of Social Science." lfay 13-"The Analytical Phase of Social Science." llay 2O-"The Evaluative Phase of Social Science." . May 2i-"The Constructive Phase of Social Science." June �"The Future of Social Sci­ ence." G $2.22 $2.22 ;I .1: rJi • " For a' Snappy Hat :z: � !!: • Better Get One ." 63RD AND ELLIS AVENUE. The Official Student PUblication of The University of Chicago. 1M �74a. Weekly' . FCMIDded 'It �� Odober I. 1892 � October I. 1902 E..... _ Seawcl-de-Mail III Ibe ChicaaO POllD6ce. 0Uc.p. U&.oi.. MaIda 18. 190). __ Ad of M.Mda 3. 1873. SUBSCRIPTION RATES « : B" allier. $2.SO per,.... $1.00 per quuter City..a $1.25 per qUiter $3.00 per "ear ia 8dYaace. New. CDIIIIibiiiOas .... ; be left III EDia fUJI or FKIIky Esch ... .dcLa.ed to The DaiI" Ma- rooa. . STAFF A. L£O FRIDSTEIN' � Editor . N. A. PFEFFER..: .. �eWa Editor A G. WHITFIElD. .': • Athletic Editor alAS. L SUWV AN, Jft.. Busiaea Mauger ASSOCIATE EDITORS HaqpYe A. Loag. H. FeIaeathaI. R J.' Daly. H. C. BM� J. M. HoUgbIaod. W. J. Faille. . REPORTERS KeDDdh Beebe. D •. L Breed. Paul D. Kautea.. - Elmr M. Phillip-. C. W. Hougblaud H. G� Wdliagtoa. Mal W. Reese, H. L Keaoicott. C. Y. T�yIor, Ruth Reticker. J. H. Gilt. Marjorie Hill . Pte. 01 M�!eabliabiag Co., 6236 Cot- • Cmwe. 1': WeDtwodh 7761. '. . With significant frequency and from multitudinous sources in and about the . college world of this . PractiCality at country' and:· perhaps .College Work. - even abroad 'we hear . the question asked: "Is all this work we are doing in col­ lege practical?" And answers of many types. are as frequently attempted by as many other persons and agencies in this same college world,' as well as the rest of the parts of our United States. One answer to this question 'is contained in the current issue ot the Smith. College Monthly. It is couched in terms of intelligent delica­ cy w'hich are in satisfying contra sf to the usual masculine trend of thought seen in college publications generatty \Ve quote ·the following: "And ou�···college education-is it practical? W)�at .does our four years' training gh·e·us. or do for us .that we in tum may' give' back to the world? '''The practical life is the life of steady, persistent, intelligent, c�ura­ geous' work,' says Professor Bnggs The college routine of continuous st�­ dy seems admirably a�apted �o, tram the mind for the pursu_.t of this prac­ tical life,' but it lies with us to deter­ mine whether our college w�r� shall be 'intelligent and courageoUS -tha� is whether it shall count for s�me thing, become a part of our lOner force as it were. "This holds true not only for our d . -ork but for e,·ery act of aca emlC n , • our daily livee- To achieve success In I. the strongest ""eapon we can any me . hi s with h . . the habit of dotJlg t 109 a�e IS d' ds Into our all our hearts an . min '. s' we . th 'good morning dOJngs- e h t wi-th passing friends. speak, our. cas ive to lectures in the attentton we gJ mittees out­ the clasS room or to. com house life side or to our p�rt I� our d earnest� our slncenty an we must P..l ·C we ,,"ould de"el- and glafJncss. I F :;s�hose quaJtties in ourselves. d?� ualities in order to expan . I these q • d Th more we gl\'e must be use . e h 11 us, 1 • the more we s a ur true se ,es, . to 0 • 'e and be capable of rec�lv­ have to gl' . hall receive. . d the more "e s lng, an . I self-developer can The professlona. h' done h . hts· t at IS not attain the elg , h· If -to only by 'him who de,·otes I�se If' b than hlmse . what he loves etter . f The best work is the mani.festatJon 0 . . nd It behooves the broadest VISIon. a 11 t us as practical people to IOO� we per� the spirit we bring to our -tas S. h· h severance, sincerity. of purpose, Ig f • . as the source 0 hopes and vlSIons • 1 good work are the ,?ost ,rractJca things in human experience. DEAN SIIITH OF YALE WANTS IIEDICAL SCHOOL REFORII Lauds IIcwemeat for Hieber ED­ trance Requirements-lion Knowl­ edge of Hygiene Needed. M· .. EN'S SHO . AL. ?CHLO_§SMAN P To assure the more efficient train­ ing of students in the medical pro­ fession Dean Herbert E. Smith of the Yale ·Medical school in an arti­ cle in the Yale Xews recommends several important. changes in present educational schemes. Chief of the needs of the' university medical schools of today Professor Smith as­ serts to be greater attention to pre­ verxive medicine and hygiene. Fore- . seeing an increased demand for trained health officers twenty-five years from now, he believes that med­ ical schools should take greater pains to provide for this demand . Hospitals should be truly teaching hospitals, according 10 Dean Smith. and should provide not only for the training of students in general medi­ cal and surgical work, but also for work in special departments, such as neurology, ps):chiatry and children's diseases. As to the means of pre-clinical training, Profe�sor Smith feels that the present plan of combined courses, while successful -today as an expedi­ ent. will be subject to considerable modification in the future. On this point he says: ''1 n 25 years the question will prob­ ably be settled whether the require­ ments for entrance to a medical school will include a college degree . T! this requiremen-t is adopted, it will he because a degree is given at a younger age than today. This would be brought about either by reducing the college course to three years or by improving the secondary educa­ ticn so' that men will get to college earlier. "The last two years of a modern college. course are really iargely pro­ fessional for men looking forward -to -a career in teaching, literature and other callings aside trom medicine and law. -There �i1I probably be a . strong' tendency in the future to do away with these professional courses and to provide for them in the grad- . uate schools, thus making the college course one' lor general development . Where othis is done the same course will doubtless be pursued in medi- Acknowledged' the Best I-P LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOKS' For ClaSs Use Your deale� will auppiy you­ insist on having the I - P FUDGE GIVES WAY TO ATHLETICS IN LEXINGTON There'. a World of Coinfort In. clothes that really fit you and give you an ind:ividual style. You know how you cling. to a coat' w�n �t feels comfortable and looks swagger and stylish .. without.. being loud.. .' : Tha�s . what. DU.kes our clothes so desirable and so economicaL You" ... �_�.NIC.OLL �t twice as long as ordinary clothes because: you'll en­ joy its comfortable fi�. and good style. TWEEDS AND ROUGH CHEVI­ OTS in &raY and blue mixtures and soft - ones of browns are the PRE­ DOMINATING FEATURES. Blue Serges, Irish and Scotch �omespUDS and' Outing Flannels. . Prices--Suit or Overcoat-$25, $30, $35 and apwards. .NICOLL The 'nlilor . ......JDr&DIS'.,.. c.LARIC. AND ADAMS S"IS. Fair Athletics Are Forced to Forego . Toothsome Sweets for Rigors< of- Athletic Field.' !.:, � The heart ·of many a fair athiet� is tilted with grief ·today as she dreams of the cake and pie and fudge that she must thrust away, for training rules: in ironclad form have come to -Lex­ ington, and several of the dieters pro­ nounce it little fun. Sweets, pastries, soda-fountain drinks and other toothsome dishes are in the list that must be shunned to meet lli5s Kellor·s wishes, and � basketball athletes, though grieved by . the decree, are passing up dessert and treats and Huyler's "manfully," . X 0 more the cry at dinner will be, "Cream pie or cake?" And chocolates will be no more ·the proper thing for an aspiring young man to bring to the sturdy maidens who have grimly de­ serted all things delightful to the feminine palate to gain athletic laur­ els. U .� HOm& RESTaURAIT WiD Iiad RaIa.aIIII OD two Iooa WiD &.d a ipeCiaI Afaa- n.e...e -<.� . Williad SpIe.did Senice Semag OalT the Beat the Martet Alford. FI-..& OnIInt .... u.. CIQ' HQld Your FratenaltT aad ," A1amol Dlaaen Here 111-117 Raadolph' Street cine." CHARLES LYLE BARNES TO BE WEDDED THIS WEEK Former Student of Chicago, Member· of D. It. E. Fratemity, to .Marry Miss Apes GabaD. Among the recent wedding invita­ tions is one to the wedding of Charles Lyle Barnes. ex-1910, who will be married to lliss Agnes Louise Gahan Thursday evening, April 28, at 6:30 at the home of the bride's mother 4913 Drexel boulevard. Misses Oliv� and Rose Gahan will be bridesmaids and ::M r, Bernard Larkin best man. Charles ,Lyle Barnes is a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and lives at present wifh his mother, II rs. Charles R: Barnes, 1537 East Fifty­ sixth street. lliss Agnes Louise Ga­ han is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas Gahan. After a wedding trip, which will include an extended tour in -the east. llr. and llrs. Barnes will take lip their residence at 4923 Drexel bout­ c\"ant after June 1. J Grelle, said "Youn,_n 10 West." Hin sap "Go to Orepn." It's a Land of Promise ta tile Col­ lip Man. Reliable inflnnatian can be bad from QUAYLE CO. CHICAGO. Steel Enarners, M.RuflCtar- l1li. J .... , . 714-715'� . The Orepn Title and Trust Co. Albany, Orepn. Dr. Charles Haclclen Parker DENTIST 4002 Cotbp GroYe Ave. Discouat to Stacleata. T eleplaoae AIdiDe 703 TIE CORII EXCHAII8E IlATIOIIAl BAIl ., ..... c.piIaI, s..p. _ IWIs. 18.000.000. OFPICERS Ernest A. BamBI, Preslcleat Charl .. L. HatcMnson, Vice-Praldeat Cba� J. Blair, Vic:e-PrllicleDt D. A. .oa1to11, Vice-Plaideat B. C. Sammons, VICe-PraideDt Jolm C. If�, SecaetalJ PnIIIk W. Smltb, Calder J. Edward II-, Aaistaat euw. James Go Wab&eId, A ..... t CalDer GRADUATIOI IIMTATIOIS, MED­ AlS, TROPHIES, ETC., ETC. 'SENlOR CLASS PINS On sale in Cobb Cor. ridor 10-.30 to 11:00 to­ day by R. T. RacIfonI. lIarooa acl.ei dan are tbe depeDCl. able kiDd. We doIl't 8eI1 .,..:e to anT other wdIt7. PabODia.l lIarooa weI.en ..... I e 5 • :. t lI­ to ----_:....�--- THifOAILY MAROON. TUESDAY. APRIL 26.1910. PLAY BALL -.� . -: SPALDING'S-:- �SGU to E 1910 Complete aDd AccUrate 34th Year The final .uthorit1 oa the NaliooaI Game. I...arger aDd Letter thaD . ewer. PIOfa.e­ I:; i11amted. New feablla; � .adides;. sChedules. aDd the.m� NEW RULES. PRICE TE� CE!r1'S Free-Spaldiaa·. New AlbIetic: Spolia c.taIope A. G.: Spalding _ Bros. .�)t1 W.bah Ari.. �., To-Night! DiaeiD the NEW INDIAN ROOM of the WELLINGTON HOTEL .w ..... A .... A J ....... BmI. To-Nigh�! 1lar00D advertisers are the depend­ able kind. We don't seD space to an,. other variety. ' hut "i;l.� AI ...... P!!a -.� .� a.a •• le tar • n£ AMERICAN WRITING MACHNE COMPANY. 1M T� u­ � ..... JI91o-t- s... c:w.:., SCHO�IPS .oFFERED IN FOUR DEPARTIIENTS SchoIanbipa .s; wm Be Awai1Ied in . Gemwl,' Romance LaD.pacea. EDcUab and Chemistry. Several scholarships in different de­ partments have been announced by the departmental examiners. There win be a graduate apd Senior college scholarship in German, a graduate and a Senior cOlleq scholar shin in the romance languajes, - two si�ilar . scholarships in",English and one in' chemistry. The. announcements in each depart­ ment are' -3S- fo11(i\,-;s':-" . German. Students who receive the Junior college certificate during the present year, (October to July) and who com­ plete -the required Junior college German within that time are eligible for a Senior . college scholarship .. Students who receive the bachelor's degree and who complete the required -�number of Senior college courses' within the same time are eligible for a graduate scholarship in German. Candidates should consult the. de­ partment examiner concerning the examinations, to be held some time in May .. - . , �omance Languages. The Senior college scholarship is awarded annually at the June COI1\'O­ cation to a student who has been ad­ mitted to the Senior college during the academic year. The award is based on the ranking of the student in the six majors of Junior college French, and on the. grade attained in the scholarship examination. For the year '1909-1910 the examination wi,1 be. based on Chateaubriand's "Atala." " The graduate scholarship is award­ ed annually .at 'the June, convocation -to . a<student who 'has rec�ived· the bachelor's degree during the acadern- . . -ic- year. -The award is bas:�d on the quantity and quality . of the candi­ date's .work in the Senior college courses in romance languages, and on the. results of the scholarship exam­ ination,". F� the- year 1909-10 -the ex­ amination will be based on literary and linguistic material taken from' Corneille's "Cid'" and Hugo's "Her": cant" These examinations will· be held May 21, 1910, in room 16D, Cobb han, at 9 o'clock a. m. For further de­ tails consult the departmental exam­ iner. Chemistry. A scholarship equivalent to free' 'tu­ ition for three quarters, tenable in the Senior colleges is awarded to a stu­ dent who has received the title of as­ sociate at the convocations held in September and December, 1909, and :March and June, 1910. IIi judging ·the candidate for this scholarship the department considers the general quality of Junior college work. the quality of the Junior college work in general chemistry, the result of the Senior college scholarship examina­ tion in general chemistry. ' The examination will be held in die departmental library llay 21 at 9 o'clock. Prospective candidates consult the departmental examiner in Ellis hall. 10 to II o'clock, or in Kent 43. 1 t· to 12 o'clock daily. English. . Scholarships in English are award­ ed each year. one to a student who has received his degree in the previ­ ous year (October to July) 'and -the other to a student who has received his title of associate in the same pe­ riod. Candidates for these scholar­ ships should consult the departrnen­ tal examiner in English at once. The examinitions on which ·the award of these scholarships is based will be held in the latter part of May. For Sale A Modem teD room bouse at peatbupiD. 8223 WoOcIIawn. AcJteadw In TIle IIarooa. NEWS OF THE COLLEGES Halley's comet will be photo­ graphed by stude�ts at Indiana Uni­ versiry. The faculty of the Rhode Island State College has ·introduced an hon­ or system. The student council at Illinois is preparing for a-musical comedy to be rendered next year. . The cricket management at Penn­ sylvania has secured the coaching services of an Oxford man. Xine baseball men at Brown Uni­ versity have been disqualified for vio­ lation of facul·ty athletic rulings. A patriotic play entitled "An Am­ erican Citizen," was staged last week by the literary societies at Iowa. Student control of the literary so­ cieties has been adopted as the future polilcy of the University of Wiscon­ sin. One hundred Williams College stu­ dents turned out to fight a fire which threatened to destroy the surround­ ing forests, J. G. Lathorp, Wisconsin's stricken athletic director, has been pro­ nounced practically out of danger by his physician. llembers of the wrestling team at the University of Washington will hereafter be granted the honorary athletic letter. Professor Jesse Siddall Reeves of Dartmouth has been elected to the chair of political science at the Uni­ versity of Michigan, Thornton K, Brown, ex-1912 of .Princeton, was one of those who were rescued from the wrecked s-teamer "Minnehaha" last week. ,A, resolution to abolish football playing .i� ·the' liissouii Valley insti­ 'tutions was lost by a unanimous vote of the boards of the various colleges concerned. In the current "Sequoia." a publi­ cation issued at Stanford University, Judge 'Ben - Lindsey, ·of Denver, con­ tributes an. article entitled, "A Talk to Stanford Men." . \Va�ter R. \Vhite, '08 of Pennsyl­ .,·ania, has been elected president of the Triangular Debate League, which comprises' Pennsylvania, Cornell and Columbia Universities. Hon.' Adlai E. Stevenson, former vice-president of the United States, will lecture to the students at Illinois upon "The Critical Periods in the llaking of Our Constitution." Alfred Gross, an alumnus of the University of Illinois, has been awarded the Edwin Austin scholar­ ship at Harvard, which is the highest scholarship offered in zoology. Two million five hundred thousand dollars will be required to repair the damage to the Leland Stanford. Jr. University caused by the San Fran­ cisco earthquake, according to a statement of the general manager. Two llissouri track athletes train­ ing on the streets in athletic garb re­ cently caused a team of mules to run a way, The citizens of Columbia, llissouri. then rose in their wrath and put a stop to long distance sprinting on public thoroughfares. Two Africans have just enrolled at �linnesota 'university. They are Eu­ gene Rovtiar from Madagascar and Christopher Faye from Zululand. They are both students of theology, and expect to return to their native homes as missionaries. The Yale' -Auto -elab ·reorganized last week for the 1910 season in ac­ cordance with tbe rules �f tbe Ameri- l - .. Start -- - .. ' ,: .. EIIII JUPt." ) . let y_ Breakfast at· tile . (university Men. 'sCommons Tbe Best of' Everytbinl ) . �. . � '� �� � T ..... c.1r112I12. MIlle: 11 •••• til, .•• : 1, .•. til p ••• Before aDd after tile SIIow IIIet your fellow-students aad frieads at tile Fort Dearborn Inn Restaurant and Buffet High - Class Caterinl to Club Frawnity Parties. LEISTER' II ELL, Pro III" eto .... 134 E. lIonroe Street s. w. Cor. Clark and Monroe can Automobile association. No un­ dergTaduates except tnenibers of the club are allowed to enter the cars in the annual hill climb contest. which occurs in June. Debating try-outs for forensic con­ tests with the four universities, Wis­ consin, Iowa, ,N'ebraska and Minne­ sota. will be held at Illinois May 2 and 3. Thus far there has been no renewal of the old central debating league which expires this year. All but one of the universities in the league have voted for continuation of the spring. debate, Wisconsin pre­ ferring a, fall contest. WIly Stay Home" EU' ROPE YOU CAlI CO TI- oa the DeW twiIHaew � � . of die FRENCH LINE For $45 to $62.50 Mala .... baIL iDcWed. If JOG WUlIo pill �� ahoat the CI­ CANTIC TWIN-SCREW FLYERS • M. W. KOZMINSKI. Geaa.I WaIaD � 71 Da.bcn St. PaaioD PIa,. at Oberammeqaa, JUDe 25. '. POLAKOFF RussIan Ciprettes s....,Ie F ..... 80s cl20 ..w 3Oc. 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It aids men I1Iccessward by sbowing tbem how to develop nerve force and brain power. Tear out this ad.. and write your name and ad­ dress on the marajn and mail to me. and I WIll be glad to send you a complete statement of my system. SYLVESTBR J. SIMON, 16 QaIDq Street, Chicaco Reliance Medical CoUege Gives High School work for students �paring for Dentist­ ry, Law, Medicine or Pharma­ cy. SO per cent of the work is laboratory work. Beam now. All eve"i"g fIJOrk. Write for catalogue. RIB. ace MEDICAL CoIIep, 807 •• IM ,twa .... ewe.... II "ILLINOIS· ......... & 11 ......... : � REIlY' "LLEI:' .. � . HER HUSBAND'S 'W"IFE C����I�L .' � _ TIIatre BaalatituI I1ADAIIE SHERRY A UDITORI�M. - F .... _Al' __ • .-GRANI) OPERA FaartII Week. MelroptllitM Opera -CoInpaD,. A tll£RffAJI MUSIC HALL . ..........,. J"n, Clark aad lIilll H_iIbm Edith Hdeaa CoIIiaa & Had Ema-"B,-PIoduc:ta .. -£me. 10. Sa... 10- JlaL DaUJ''':''� and roe. ETes.......:iOe, � $1 CONTINUOUS VAUD�UL SAM �IP ad MARY M�LE :WO their daiaa.J �8 "Ia Old Edam." "Hiab Life iD Jail"-A Bic Trau.i,. The Four F� Their FIftWdl Tour. l..iIIy Hawtbome - AIbed Hole . Fdiz Adler GoaIoa P"1Ckeaa Co. . Nmaa & Erwood Howanl·. Poaiea Foz & MiIIeaIUp Siltaa . PrIen IS-!5-M-,:k. P .. _ eeatral MIl CORT The Sen�on of Paris ·THE S'IRL IN THE TAXI pRINCESS. MiSS Nobody from Starland M_C����E=;:"n L�JHEULTIN6,- POT OLYM�IC : THE FORTUNE ·HUNTER W�IT::'I9irIs'iI III . CIND_ERELLA _ .GIRL S,.UDEBAI_(�R �:� Richard· Carli'_- in �, _ . -. J II E E C··'H.O "LEARN'TO 'DAN,CE WOODS' ACADEIY 83nI St. and ._in&tOn An. WEEKLY DAllCES THURSDAY MD SATURDAY. � CIa. 7:30 10 9 before abe Recep.. boa n..da, ad s..-da,. Wood.� .Orchest ... A. McADAMS The StUdent'. Florist. �3Pd St. and Klm .... k Ave ........ H� .... I'IE ,. Depew .Orchestra. H.DEPEW.· ......... Tel 1917Weat. 654ZGre.St. Masic for. aD. Occuioas. , �MY� �.FOR .SCHQI.AllSBIP AWARDS FOR GOOD WORK Fr:csbm,:a:to Be Givea Hoaol'S ODly OD Application Is New Rul-' " :_' iDcAlm� . The practice of awarding 20 honor scholarships to Freshmen at the end of their �rst. year at the University without 'any application 'on' their part is to be discontinued. Announcement to this effect was made yesterday by Dean Lovett at Junior chapel. Here­ after all scholarships witt be granted only to those who make application for them. A large number of scholar­ ships has been given in the past to students who were able to pay their tuition in the University, It is for the purpose of changing this, and of extending scholarships to students who' reaJJy need them, that the new system has been arranged. ·A distinction between scholarships which require student service and ones which do not will also he made. A number of scholarships will be granted which do not demand return services. Applicants for such schol­ arships, however, witt be required to submit to the faculty a statement of their circumstances and any outside work which they may be doing. Ap­ plica-lions for scholarships for the year 1910-11 should be made at once. ONE HUNDRED STUDENTS IN CO�ENTION CHOIR Dean Shailer Mathems Asks for Stu­ deat AssistaDce in Baptist COD- . ventioD Next Week. . One hundred students will sing in the grand choir at the meeting of the Xorthern Baptist convention, which is ·to be held in Bartlett llay 6-13. This choir wiII consist of the united choirs of all the Baptist churches in the city, and the 100 students. With the help of the University students the convention committee on music hopes to swell the number to 600. The first rehearsal will be held May 3 at the South Park Baptist church. Those who volunteer to sing at these meetings will give their names to Dean Shailer Mathews or C. E. Brown, who is managing ·the student choir. Dr. lfathews may he 'reached in his office in Haskell from 10:30 to 12 o'clock in the morning. by those who wish to join the choir. . . WEATHER STOPS ALL INTERFRATERNITY BASEBALL GAMES I nterfraternity baseball has been called to a halt until the weather of­ fers . a better opportunity for the game. Of the eight games scheduled 'for last week only one was played, all the others being called off either on account of the wea-ther or some other unavoidable obstacle. The captains of _ the various teams state that they wilt endeavor to call the games when­ ever it is possible, but as it now stands no definite da·te can be rii�de. The majority of the teams wilt playrWfouble headers this week in order to make up for lost time. How About Your Cothes? stOp a miDute aad coaSider the val­ ue of haviDg proper dothes. Clothes that are distinct, individual, mappy­ without being loud. Clothes that look as if they belonged to you-and feel that way, too. lIaking distinct, individual, snappy clothes is a specialty of Ou�d at seDSI"ble prices. Drop in some day and we will be glad to show you the SPRING and SUMMER FABRICS. An 'investigation of our Eaglish Tweeds, Serges, Scotch Cheviots aad BaDDockbams wiD, convmce - you of the exceptional values we offer in Col­ lege SUits at 30, 35 and 40 Dollars. BASEBALL PRACTICE IS PREVENTED BY STORK (Continued from Page 1.) delphia and for the crippled baseball nine . Seuoa Tickets to Be Sold. Advance sale of season tickets has been tight so far, but this is thought to be due to -the' recent bad weather. The opening of the baseball season is expected to cause a big boom in their s�� . "There is every reason in the world for a large sale of season tickets," said Chairman Long yesterday, "for the price is so low and the tickets ad­ mit the holders to so many events -that it is impossible to see how anyone can afford to miss the opportunity. No university in the United States of­ fers so much for so little money." Season tickets wilt be on sale be­ fore, during and after the mass meet­ ing. The first contest for which they witt be required for admission is the Chicago-Hlinois baseball game tomor­ row afternoon. MAY STILL SEND RELAY TEAM TO PHILADELPHIA (Continued from Page 1.) Comstock's Loss Felt. This is a great loss to the Varsity track ·team. as Captain Comstock was counted on to get a number of points in the mile and the half. The half is especially weak on account of the ineligibility of Whipp, who was ex­ pected to be in great shape this year . This will probably mean a general shakeup among the distance runners . Baird may be run in the half, and Gif­ ford may be switched -to that event from the quarter, UNIVERSITY NIGHT'AT' OPENING PERFORMANCE (Continued from Page 1.) committee to make its final selection." . "\Ve have four weeks yet to pre­ pare the play .for ·the opening pro­ duction. I think in the end we will have better results than ever before, because of the good music, the clever' chorus ideas and beautiful tight and stage effects." Maroon Waat Ads Bring Results. FOR RENT-Elegantly furnished, new, four-room apartment, from lfay 1 until October 1. 5434 Lex­ ington Ave. ·Midway 1078. FOR SALE-Bookcases for sale at very low prices. 5533 Lexington Ave. WANTED-Book canvassers, city or country, by' thoroughly reliable house. First class publications; 40 per cent commission with guaran­ tee of $250 per day on 8O-day con­ tract. Also few extra bright ladies and gentlemen to travel and hire canvassers. Good salary and ex­ penses. Address C. H. Hall, 853 \Vilson avenue. WANTED-Students who can draw, to make cartoons for The Daily Maroon. See the Managing Editor. FOR SALE-The following Cap and Gown trade at greatly reduced prices: Photographers, Gibson Art Gallery and Esmoer's; Tailors, $15 order on Harry Smucker, to .apply on $35 suit at $11; $10 order on Hardy Bros. for $7 Scholarships, Gregg school, Bryant & Stratton, Sheldon school. Chicago Business college. Apply at Maroon office. Maroon advertden are the depead­ able IriDd. We dOD·t weD ..,ace to aJI7 other ftri�. SAM ZOELLNER'- for 7 yean CODDected with SyIyester' J. SimoD is Jiow in charge of the .. _ �_" ._ �. ,. . Pbysic8I Culture Department- . of the New Monr'oe· Ba-f·hs . - . � 104-106 East MacliaoD" Sti'eeti. and is prepared'to giv� 'The -�� Monroe Quick Development. . .System of . . " - -, Health Building for B"'��·; Men For Appointmenta Phone �b �30i2.··· "; WM. TAYLOR, MGI( - .' GOOD 'FOR Over-Study,! Under-Sbidy,. ·'�r·. 'No-S��y u&re.iatibly Delicious" :. ,,��. hd·and·B�"� . 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