Vol. IX. No. 148 WOMEN SCORE 4S RUNS IN "BASEBALL" GAME Seaior Womea Make nirtJ-Se'feD RUDI While JUDion Co Get OaIyEiPL WOMEN CALL IT A GOOD GAME Juniors to Be Congratulated on Hold­ ing Seniors Down so Well, Says Miru Wayman. The Junior team went down to de­ feat at the hands of the Senior team yesterday afternoon in the first 'of the championship baseball games by the overwhelming score of 37 to 8. "It was a good game," said Miss Ag­ nes Wayman, the coach and umpire, and the Juniors are to be congratula­ ted on holding their opponents down as well as they did in the first few innings. It was principally dut to the superior batting and fielding of the Seniors that the victory was theirs," she said. The battery for the Seniors was es.;· pecially good both in the first and last parts of the game. The lineup was changed after the fourth inning. After the game the teams were en­ tertained by Miss Gertrude Dudley at dinner in Lexington. The second game of the series will take place Thursday of this week at 4:15. The lineup for the' game yesterday was: Juniors: Marjorie Nind, Eleanor Seley, captain, P. Eva Goldstein. c. Cornelia Beall, Marjorie Nind, lb. Margaret Riggs, ab, Ella Sorenson, 3b Margaret Rhodes, Cornelia Beall, SSe Olive Thoms, rf. Katherine Nash, c. Eleanor Seley, Margaret Rhodes lb. . Seniors: Mary Phister, Margaret Sullivan, p. Marjorie Preston,' Irene Hastings, captain, c. Margaret Sulli­ van, Mary Phister, lb. Zillah Shep­ herd, ab. Mabel West, 3b, Irene Hast­ ings, Florence Clark, ss, Florence Catlin, Marjorie Prestonrf, Ella Rus­ sel, c. Florence Sweat If. Substitutes: Juniors: Frances Meigs, Phoebe Clover, Seniors; Rose Marie Moore, Louise Robinson. Laura Verhoven. QUADRANGLE FETE A SUCCESS Proceeds Will Be ADtloun�ed Later­ For ·Geneva Coaference:. No official reports concerning the success of last Friday night's Quad­ rangle Fete .are yet. available, but the consensus of opinion is that the Fete was a decided success, �ml tlJiit the proceeds will compare f.vorahlT with those of former years. when the Fete was onducted by all the women's or­ gani7.;ltions of the University, instead of by the women of thefour classes. "Of course, I don't know yet how We came out, for none of the com­ mittees have reported," said Miss Mary Phister, general chairman of t�� Fete, yesterday, "but I �t1l sure we came out on the right side of the minus Si£n." . There is argument among the worn, en as to which class contributed most to the success of the Fete, and also much specul�tiof! ils to whos� ac­ C(,unls will show the greatest profits. The Freshmen are boasting of $50, but they are uncertain whether that is gross proceeds or net gain. The proceeds of th� 'F�t� wl11 lle used '0 .�n4 r���es��t�tives of the' local Y. W. C. L. to the' annual con' ference at Lake Geneva this summer The local delegation has always bee� a large one-last year was 'he l�gCtS' at the conferet1c�-�nd i: is hope� tllat this y�ar'l wDl be even larger. Price Fin Centa J)'-:' . ,: ·j'I�-·.'· � at'!, . . '.. � . ' . .r·. �': . • " I , _ .. ' . .. " ••... ...,.,1 .......... _a&.... ._ .. " .. , . -:. :. I PURDUE WINS IN· RAIN 64-S3 UN1VERSITY OF CHICAGO. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911. , , C�G CALYPSO,TO MADISON ON SATURDAY Defeats Varsity Track Team on Kar­ shall Field Saturday by Scormc Slam in Broad Jump-Men Hindered by Heavy Field. The track team lost the second out­ door dual meet Saturday to Purdue by a score of 53 to 64. The meet was decided by the broad jump, which gave Purdue a lead of twenty points before the start of the low hurdles and the half. Purdue held the advan; rane from the first event to the close al�llOugh at several times Chicago narrowed the gap considerably .. The heavy- rain which fell during the meet, starting just at the start of the hundred amfbecoming severe just after the mile, prevented any fast time. The best work was done in the dashes and hurdles. Earle dernonstra­ ted his superiority over Hoffman ii the two-twenty by' taking the race by a wide lead. The time was fast for the day. The Purdue man won the hundred in an equally decisive fashion. Straube took third b)' a close frnish from Kessler in the short dash' and led Hoffman by three yards in the two-twenty. Purdue Cleans in Distances. Purdue took seventeen out of the eighteen points in the mile and two­ mile. Long pushed Cleveland hard in a fast race in the three mile and nearly took the second away from him. Carpenter was out-classed completely in the two-mile. George Kuh came up at the close of the high hurdles and was given a dead heat with' Richards aft�r a.long' period of dis­ cussion by tn� judges. Chicago­ slammed the low ·hurdles. There was a splendid' finish in the half, the Iast race of the afternoon which was won by Cleveland with Skinner and Timblin practically abreast. The judges gave the second place to Skinner, although the ni3- jor'ity of the spectators credited Timblin with iL There were but three entries in the quarter, which was won by Skinner. Rain Interferes in Jumps,. The damp footing prevented Jde­ naul from jumping to form in the high jump and played' similar' mis­ chief witb Chicago's chances in the broad jump. Both events were re­ duced to little better than lotteries by the sloppy state 'Of the ground. Rogers' mark of eleven feet in the pole vault was' unusually good con­ sidering the weather. Goettler took second piace in the discus and 14efla�l had no trouble ill winning the shot put, The hammer throw was omitted from the program on Purdue's request as a (acuity rul­ ing prevents them from competing in the event, Summaries: 100 yard dash-Won by Hoffman, Purdue; Earle, Chicago, second; Straube, Chicago third. Time, :10 �,. Mile run-Won by Wasson, Pur­ due; Clev�l"nd. Purdue,sec:ond; Long, Chicago, third. Time, 4:39 4-5· 120 yard high hurd1e�Richards, Purdue and Kuh, Chicago, tied for first; \Vhiting. Chicago, third. Time,' :16 1-5. Shotput-Won 1l:r ¥enaul, Chicago; Stockton. Purdue, second; Bowman, P�rdue, third. Distance, 42 feet 2 inches. 220 yard dash-\Von by Earle. Chi., cago; Straube, Chicallo. IIccolld; Ho�-' man. PUf�U', ,hird. Time, 0:22 2-5-' High jump-Menaul, Chicago, Me­ Vaugh, Purdue, and Saylor, Purd�e. tied for fir�t. Hdght, 5 feet 6 inc:hClI. Pole vault-Wol1 by Rogers, Qi­ cago; Ganta01l, Purdue, second; Rich· ards, Purdue, third. Reight, II feet. (ContiDae4 o. Pap .. ) .. DANISH SINGERS GIVE EXCELLENT 'CONCERT . Gophers Will Meet Vanity Baseball Team Thi. AftemOon - Chicqo Team Should Win-Game With WiscODsm Satuntay. .A...t'fiiI&eIa ...,_. fnIIi .. ..c..­ Iia •. Arrup.em C..,Jeted ... ProAdiu of SMw. Uaiftnity of Cope..... Glee CIO Ship DUiaIa So ... ,ill Juior ' a..,el yatenlay. _. Chicago will play Minnesota this afternoon at 4 o'clock on Marshall field, The Gophers should prove f&&ii'ly easy to take into camp, as they ha ve not made the showing against the Conference teams they have met this year that would indicate tLat they will be able to defeat Capt� Coll­ ings' men. Illinois walked away ith the Irlinn�ota aggregation May 5. scoring almost at will on' Wanless. The Wisconsin team has also taken a game. from the Maroon and Gold squad, administering a decisive defeat early in the season. Last Saturday's' conflict with the Boilermakers was called off because of the heavy rain storm. The two teams will not have a chance to hitch . up in a diamond battle until . June 6, when the Varsity- will meet the Hoosier squad at Lafayette. The . Maroons feel confident of their abili­ ty to defeat the Purdue squad with a reasonable break of luck, in spite of the good work the Indiana team has been doing. Badger Game Saturday. The schedule calls for a game next Saturday with Wisconsin on Marshall field. Wisconsin has improved its early season forin, and is expected to give the VarSity a 'stiff' fight for the , PRESIDENT WELCOMED BY SATURDAY'S TWO SHOWS SCORE Club of Eighty MaJdnc Tour of United States-Women-, Glee Club Gives Selections. Audience More Enthusiasuc at Two Last Performances-Cast Show. Improvement With Experience. Local performances of "Capturing Calypso" over, the Blackfriars are preparing to make the trip to Madi­ son, Wisconsin, Saturday. The show will be presented before the Univer­ sity of Wisconsin students next Sat­ urday night at the Fuller opera house in Madison. The cast, chorus and managerial staff of the production 'will leave for !Madison next Saturday morning. If a special train is used, the men will leave at about '1 o'clock; otherwise they wnl go in a car attached to the Northwestern train leaving ab�ut 9 o'clock. In any case, the men- will reach Madison shortly after noon and go at once to the theater where a re­ .hearsal will be held. The Blackfriars in charge are busy completing arrangements for staging the show away from " home. Abbot Aleck Whitfield journeyed up to Madison Saturday to attend to some of the necessary detils. The scenery has been sent back to. the. studio for storage until Saturday morning; The costulliet�/worked .. all:. 'day-. Saturday . getting the costumes sorted out and packed for shipment. It is 'expected that the staging of' the play will be 'more easy at Madison' than here, ow­ ing to tJ,e fact that the show 'will be 'given' in a regular theater with a' full sized stage and more' convenient 'dressing rooms. SatUrday's Peiformanke Improvement. Two large' houses received, the last two shows Saturday with enthusiasm greater than that of Friday night, While the Russian dance got the greatest amount of applause the work of several of the actors got more commendation than Friday nighL The most conspicuous improvement was in the way the men got their voices over the footlights. Edward Hall in Jim Lawrence is . now getting credit for . being one of the best leading men the BIackfriars have ever produced. His improve­ men over last year is marked and his work in "Capturin, Calypso" has been a pleasant surprise to his friends. His singing especially has been good. The Greek dance in the first act by H. G. �opald, J. Elmer Thomas and Dudley Dunn has also been ranked .. econd to the Russian dance by Park- er and Rogers. It is felt by those who have seen many Blackfriar shows . that either of these two dances could have carried the show through, even if the book and music had not De en successful Dana Atchley is another man who is relied upon to help make the show win at Madison. He has taken a dif­ ficu�e role and made it carry. All in all, the nrdict of the campus thus .far is that "Capturing Calypso" is the best musical comedy the Black· friars have �ver staged, not only in the book and music, but in its pre .. The Danish singers roused great enthusiasm by their concert given yesterday morning in Junior college chapel exercises. From the Copen­ hagen yell with which they opened their program to the singing of the Star Spangled Banner, with which they closed it, they had the full ap­ preciation of the University studepts. President Judson presided at the ex­ ercises and welcomed the society to the University and to America. Dr. V. Christopherson, president of the' organization, read a letter in response in which he stated the purpose of the tour. Vari�uS Purposes. "In projecting' this tour to Ameri­ ca the society has various purposes' in view: first to present the Danish singing to an American public, next' to gives the members of the Danisli. university an opportunity of getting acquainted with American life and A merican nature, and last but not least, to carry to our countrymen . in this far off part of the world a; game. :greeting ·in-;song"from·�tbeir mother- The Freshmen haye a gaJDe.,sched": , land;' uled with' the 'Law school team this "If that purpose is ac&ieved,the tour 'afternoon as a secondary attraction. will be of no small importance for � The sehedule fori the 'rest of the' rest .. national culture," , of the �eek has �ot yet been de-' The singers were assisted in the, :. cided, : concert by soloists, Helge Nisson of The lineup for. today's game will Covent Garden fame and bass-baric: . probably be as folloWs: . tone' of the Royal Danish Opera. ani ) . Chicago. Olaf. Holboll, the noted tenor. Tho, CoUiags, . d. conductor 'of '.t�e chorus was Sa�ueI. Baird. ss. . Levysohn ofthe Royal Danish Op� � Bo 1" 3b. . The visitors were in tUm ,ente� . 0 y.�oberts, 2b tained by the Women's glee club and' S· d la d rf" ..- . " un er u • a few University yells led by Bald-' . Kassulker 'If. ridge. Freeman, ' lb. :Make 'F'17inc Trip. G. Kuh. e. The Danish singers arrived in New G. Roberts, P. York' one week ago today. Friday they sang before President Ta'ft and' :Mmnesota. came directly here from Washington. Hartnett, cL From Chicago they make a three Marsh, ri. week's tour of the leading universi- Knox, 3b• ties of the west including Wisconsin, Johnston, If. Miniesota, Iowa, .and the Iowa Nor- Hessian, rb, mal school at Cedar Falls, 'l1linoi� Doennann, 59 •• ',Michigan. and in the east WIll sing Heilig, or Anderson, c. at Yale, Harvard, and give concerts Smith,2b. ' in Philadelphia. Perth Amboy, New Wanless, or Sutton, p. York and other cities. They Sail for • . Denmark in June from New York. FRESHIIAN GOLF TEAK TIES .cU" HIGH TEAll JUNIOR CLASS MEETS FRIDAY PaiDter, PietKh, and Lyman Stars To Decide lIattera of ImpOltance . --Saturday'. Guile Iadedsift- Picnic Co�ttee Keeu_ Painter TempOral7 Captain. The Freshman golf team played a. tie match with the University High golf team Saturday morning on the eighteen hole course of the Jackson park �ystem. Painter, Pietsch, and Lyman all shot scores in the. neigh­ borhood of 85- Detailed score fol­ lows: Painter, 3; D'Ancona, 0. Lyman. 0; Rubovitz. 0. Pietsch, 3; Ingram, 0. Heller, o. Brock, 3- Florsheim, 0; Loeb, 3. Total: Freshmen, 6. lIigh, 6.. Painter was elected temportary captain of the Fresbmen. Matches have been arranged for with Calumet' an'd Hyde' Park lligh �chooJs. The Junior class wilt hold a regular meeting Friday at 10:30 in Cobb 6A. The officers of the class urge that' every members of the class make a !'pecial effort to attend this meet­ ing as matters of great importance . to the. class as a body will be taken up and decided. The picnic cqmmittee of the Junior c1;_tss �i1t meet Wednesday. in Cobb .t.\ to: fo�mulate. plans for the da!;s picnic.' which' ",,;11 be held soon. The '·'lmitte. .... follow.: Lorraine _ Cleary, chairman; Alice Lee Herrick, W. P. Harms, Paul MacOintockp Raymond Daly. sentation. '"Es ist "erboten auf das zu tnter" Univenity is the war cry of the Michigan daily. The Cniversity of Kansas has e5- The university of Michigan Choral Union, numbering 294 voices, is one. of the largest choruses in the world. Princeton has an artifical lake which enables them to hav� crew� "l- .: :.,.. .. ...... .,.. DAILY II&BOOB EducatiODal dub meets tonicht at 1:30 in Belfield hall 159-, Ad:d.ress by Mr. Baldwin on "S�.· . .'. , .. -a. Omdal 8&1IdeDt P1IblIcaUola 01 Tbe Oalftnl� 01 CIak.qo . : � AHNOUNCEIIBNTS. i'ormerq Tbe tJalftnlQ of CIalcqo Weekl7 i'ouclecl TIle Weekl7 •••••••••••• October 1. 1882 'Rbe DaIl7 ••••••••••••• Oc:tobel' 1. 1802 -, Y. W. C •. 1. meets'.Wednesday at 10:30 in Lexington. Address by Miss Margaret Rurton on "The College 'Vomen's Religious Life." Fencibles banquet Wednesday at 8 p. m. in Com�ons private dining room. . Junior Class executive committee· meets ThuFsday at 10:30 in Cobb JA. Sophomore Class banquet Thurs­ day at 6:30 p. m. Great Northern hotel. Le Cerc1e de Conversation Fran­ caise meets Thursday at 4 p. m. in Lexington. Junior class meets Friday at 10:30 in Cobb 6A. Scandinavian Philological society of America meets Friday at 2 p. m. in Hitchcock hall library. Sociology club meets Friday at 4 p. m. in Cobb 16C. Address by Mr. E. S. Bogardus on "The Relations of Fatigue to Industrial Accidents." Junior Mathematical club meets Friday at 4:45 in Ryerson 36. Ad­ dress by Mr. Chittenden on "A Gen­ eralized Mean Value Function." The Equal Suffrage league presents "Cinderelline" and "Gambling" Fri­ day at 8:15 in Mandel. Tickets now on sale in Cobb. Scandinavian Philological society meets Saturday at 9 a. m. in Hitch­ cock hall library. Baseball Saturday, Chicago vs. Wis· consin, Marshal field at 3:30 p. m. Junior class picnic June 1. Rooms for summer rental must be registered by June 1. Applications for student service for summer quarter should be filed at In· formation office before Thursday, May 25 • Meetings of the Three' Quarters �lub in the Reynolds dub tomorrow Publlabed DaJq, uc:ep' SWlCI., .. MOD· ..,. anel Ilolldal .. cluriq 'UlIee-qurtena !" u.. lill1vt:1'll1� �eu. BDt.ere4 .. Secollcl·chaaa mall at the Chl· aco PoetoJlb:e, Chl�u. J.1.l1.uQ1a. lIArc:Il IS. 1808. under Act of AIarcla 3. 1813. STAk"Jr X. A. r:nurwaa _ • • M_ ..... a.w.r .. � » ..... v • •• •• .JIo.. a.u&ew -- .... CABrJDi'r&a A&.bIe&1a &d.I&u __ •• .II&WJLUI • w. s. Foute 0. Y. TQIo2 M. 1>. St.evem 11. L. Keunlcott M. w. .JleeaJe D. L. Breed JUla»OB'r&B& c, �'. iJuuluuu JA. L. �r1a P. Kearue� s. B. Perlee L. ::ilola w. wen.uiAo llarr� Cower Max Kuelow L KaplaD w. L7maa L L. Hqre •• W. V1ulukJ WOIUDI'& DEP.&.BTJlKMT lIarJor1e HW. Editor ltulla ReUcker • .Auoc1ate Kdltor. aarOB'rE&8 Alwa L1chl7 II. Campbell I'loruC8 CaUlD 11ILr.r E. Tltzell Alarguerlte Swalte .u .. omrrIOK 8&'rU .1' Carrier. ,2.00 per .rear; ,1.00 per qr. GiQ man. ,� per quarter; f3.00 per �eaz 1D adyuce. Ne .. coDulbuUou JDa7 be left at El· 118 Hall or Jj'acull7 ExcluulSe. addreaaecl .. The DalIJ' MarOOIl.. At the risk of being tiresome The at 10:30 a. m. Daily Maroon must recall to the stu- dent body the question of WOMEN OF W. A. A. the honor system. It will ANNOUNCE DATE FOR Question be remembered that at the ANNUAL JUNE FETE end - of last quarter it was . decided to abandon the possibility of The annual June Fete of the Wom- an honor system for the entire stu- en's Athletic association is to be held dent body and to substitute for it' the this year on June I, weather per­ plan of having every fraternity, club .mitting, �aid Miss Gertrude Dudley of and other organization settle for it- 'the Physical Culture department, yes­ self. the whole question of cheating terday. There has been some difficul­ and adopt an honor system 'for itself. ty in selecting a good date for the In this way, it was felt, there would Fete, but the fact that the last cham­ be a concrete sentiment and opinion pionship baseball game will take in its favor. place on the. first, finally gave that The Daily Maroon believes that this date the decision. In addition to the­ system is practicable enough; it is baseball game there will be a Junior another way of arriving at th; samo Senior hockey game on the hockey end. But the fraternities' and other fields. the Maypole dances in Sleepy organizations must not forget the Hollow, and probably the fencing and responsibility resting' upon them. tennis finals. They must not dodge -the issue. They must not let it grow cold. Some few FINALS OF SENIOR CONTEST organizations before the close of last ON CONVOCATION DAY quarter took up the question and adopted for tJteir own body the honor Five Seniors Will Contest in Julius system. It is to be hoped that the Rosenwald Oratoric:ala on Af- other fraternities and women's clubs temoon of June 13- will now bring up the question and put the system to the test at the ex­ aminations this quarter. An Old The finals of the Senior oratorical contest will be field in connection with the Convocation exercises this year. The contestants are Paul Davis, Ira Johnson, Harry Markheim, Paul O'Dea, and' Hazel Stillman. The winner will receive a cash prize of �150. All contestants are permitted to revise their speeches in any way desired, provided that both original and revised copies are submitted to the department of public speakiig for approval before delivery. DAILY BULLETIH. Class Day Committees meet today at 10:30 a. m. in Cobb 6A tomake arrangements for Class exercises. Open Lecture by Mr. J. G. Rath on "The Race Problem in Honolulu" to­ day at 4 p.m , in Cobb 6A. Baseball today, Chicago vs, Min· nesota Marshall field at 4 p. m. Botanical club meets today at 4:30 p. m. in Botany building 23. . llIus· trated lecture by Miss Caroline Roomer on "Dr. Shaw's Ecological Studies in the Selkirks." Matbematical club meets today at 4 :30 p. m. in Ryerson 32. Address by Associa te Professor Laves on "T11C� Secular Change of the Planes of the ,Orbits of Salellites." Student Volunteer Band meets today in Lexington. Conference on proposed plans. It' •• FOWNES TIaat'. aD ,.. ..... to .... &boat • GLOVE THE DAILY MAROON, TUESBAY, MAya, 1911. • seen." • * • * Editor" "Gargoylettes, There has been left in my office some tinware and articles for light housekeping and other things, with initials R B. R.J 'II.' Owner can have same by applyine' here at the Commons. T. L Barrell. .• * * • Conversation Suggestions for the Interclua Dance. CAt the Blackfriar show). . She-s-Ipointing to box), Oh, who ii that R.-D.-is with tonight? He-Cgrunting) Don't you know? That's Miss H--. Darn him. he cut me out. I wanted to take her. She-Don't you think they'll like "Capturing Calypso" at Madison? At the Score club. She-Cbetween dances) Goodness t what can that homely little upstart be doing at this dance? Who is he? Do you know him? He-Why yes. He's my brother. At a Delta Tau Dance. She-Oh, Mr. Ferguson, just confi­ dentially, what do you think of the Martar Boards? He-Well, I'm not an Alpha Delt, you know, but I think they are a nice club. • • • • Wanted-Lessons in driving automo­ bile. Teacher must be experienced. .M ust learn quickly. E. R Long. • * * • Harms' Interscholastic. From Chairman Harms' letter to fraternities. "Fellows, I want you all to attend the meeting of the Interscholastic commission tomorrow night. I want your cooperation to make this su� cess. I want you to help me to do this thing for Chicago." Editor' Gargoylette: Please state emphatically for me that Mr. Harms is in charge only of the Interscholas­ tic. I want it understood that I in­ tend to continue in charge of the Ath­ letic department. J. C. Dinsmore. ... '. Would you think this was written by one of our women's staff? And now the women are going to have a swiming meet. Imagine' the lady you have asked to the prom and whom you visualise hourly in Physics 6 gowned in softest satin of shimmering silk, divested of her curls and French heels and engaged in the graceful pursuit of diving after discs, Imagine the greatest kittle jollier you know holding' her breath 20 feet un­ der water-20 feet of silence. Is there no way that mere man may gain - admission to this scene on the after­ noon of May 29-" Editor Gargoylettes: So you discon­ tinued the Social Calendar I If you had to cut something why didn't you cut your column? The Social Cal­ endar contained far more subtle bu­ mor, if is was unconscious. It's your jealousy and that's all. J�xjngton hall. WILL DISCUSS RACE PROBLEM IN HONOLULU J. H. Rath to J:ft:ture Today at 4 in Cobb 6A-PostpOned from Friday. "The Race Problem in Honolulu" is the title of a lecture to be given this afternoon in Cobb 6A at 4 o'clock, by Mr. J. G. Rath, head of the settlement work in Honolulu. The lecture was postponed from Fri: day afternoon to suit better the con­ venience o'r tbe speaker. Mr. Rath has been a student of race conditions on the island as he has been engaged in practical and research work there for a number of yean. THRBB lIUBDRED TEACHERS WANTED We need three hundred teachers to fill the vacan­ cies now on our books. Grade and high school teach' ers, principals, superintend ants and college' instruct­ ors wanted. Salaries from $700 to $2,500 per year. If you have been well trained the great Southwest needs you, and will pay you twenty-five per oent more for your services than you will get in the older states. In addition it offers you twice the number of- oppor­ tunitiesm advance. But it wants only the best. 'Ve have positions for less experienced teachers. Positions are in high schools and as assistant princi­ palships .and pay from $80 to $9:> per month. We need 7;) executives to take charge of grade and high schools at salaries of from $900 to $2,500. per year. We could Use a dozen well qualified men, whose training entitles them to college positions. Salaries are $1,200 to $1.800. ' Small but growing schools. We have other positions, and if you have'nt found a satisfactory position register with us. We'can find the position that suits you, Each candidate receives individual attention. We have no mailing list. We find the right position for the right man. We place you in the position your ability and training entitles . you to hold.' But you must be .able to show us that you are a fu;st class. Adqress Teacher's Personal Service Bureau, Tulsa. Oklahoma. i iP- .. .,... 474 a ••• _ :..-- �;'" / CHI ...... 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Por $C5 to $62.50 (1IIaII aDeI bertla laclaele4) If 1 •• waDt to pal more. uk aboat die GI.&lft'IO �-8C'" FLU .. • 5 Q· ....... I ••• D ........ - Intencholutic CommleelOD WacInc· Penoaal Campaip to Make lleet SuccaL Tbe Interscholastic COIlllDiJ.siOD is concentrating its efforts this week in its publicity campaign. The publicity committee has sent out peraoaal in­ vitations to a great Dumber of high school men asking them to partidpate in the meet. Many of them at easily accessible points may be persoualJy visited by members of the committee, while others will be interviewed by University alumni. to whom letters have been sent. In. most instances, however, personal letters have been sent to prospective participants. The press committee, with silt new men added to its membership. is sending the second assigament of six hundred letters and news i�ms to the various schools and country newspa­ pers throughout the middle west, de­ scribing the interscholastic meet and its advantages to all those partici­ pating. FENCIBLES TO HOLD LAST BANQUET IN COMMONS TOMORROW The Fencibles will meet tomorrow night in the private dining room of the Commons at 6 o'clock for a din­ ner. The election of the new mem­ bers from the Freshman class will be held at this meeting . The present members hope to have a large attendance at the meeting as is will be the last of the year of the old society. The banquet given: to the incoming members will be held in two weeks. NEWS OF THE COLLEGES. The ban on all intetJ:ollegiate ath­ letics for next fall has been placed by the regents of the University of j(is­ souri. .. - TIle degree of Bachelor of Chemist. ry has beeen established by tho faculty of CorneD. The alumni of the University of Wisconsin wll meet the present mck team (fumg commencement week. The two men who turned dOWD Phi Beta Kappa at Michigan gave as their reason that it turned them into grillds. :tablished a department for the pUr­ pose of helping high school graduates all over the state in the preparation of their eommencement- oratiosis. The German emperor is strong for American athletics. One . of the 'Visconsin professors spoke strongly recently against the law requiring freshmen to wear green caps around the campus. One of the Wisconsin crew shells was smashed by running aground a sunken buoy. Clevenger, the champion home run hitter of the University of Indiana in ]003. has been eng:'ged as coach of the Unh'ersi!y of Tennessee, The registration at Yale has not in­ creased 2 per cent in the last five years. - Roger, who pitched for Chicago was hit bard at the riaM time while the ·Maroons were unable to connect with Kemman's curves wheD hits would men nms. I Michigan has a Y. M. C. A. mem­ The girl guests at the Kansas jun- bership of 1,2.'iO. ior prom unanimously voted to do without hacks. Twenty-five names have been sub­ mitted a!'4 candidates for the presi· Thirty six mea entered � sincles dency of Balcer university. for the championship of the UDiver. sit,. of Wisconsin. . FRESHMEN LOSE THIRD ME£T TO NORTHWESTERN Close CODtest Goes to PurPle Pint Year Team at Evanston Satur­ day Afternoon. The Northwestern Freshmen team won its third victory over the qticago first year track team in a meet on Northwestern field Saturday by a score of 57 to 59. Captain Scruby was the star for Chicago. He won all the weights and appeared in a new role. by running the mile for the third place, there being but two other entries. This brought his point total up to 16 for the afternoon, which is the largest he has taken this year. The meet was run in the same rain which fell at Chicago. and good rec­ ords were impossible. The field events were especially difficult to run off under the circumstances. The Freshman team - will have its final meet this coming Saturday with II· linois upon M,!-rshall field. The Illin­ ois first year team was successful in defeating the Chicago runners twice indoors . CHAMPIONSHIP OF ONE DIVISION IS STILL UNDECIDED The teams that will compete in the baseball semifinals are Psi Upsilon, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Tau Del_ ta, and the other team which will be chosen from division three. The Dekes play the Delta Taus and the Psi Us the winner of the other di­ vision. The winner of the third division ·has n�t. been chosen as yet because d the discussion concerning the el­ igibility of one of the Pbi Delta Theta men. This question must be decided by tomorow, and the winner I will play Psi U the latter part of the week D K. E. plays Delta Tau tomorrow. PAT PAGE .. ,Tq .�� MARRlBD Will W ed Miss Louise Speed of Cbi­ caco JUDe I4e Harlan Orville (Pat) Page is going to be marfied on June 14 to Miss Louise Speed. The engagement was anounced some time ago and the aD­ nouncements have just been sent out. The wedding will be held at th� home of the bride. Pat Page has been one' of the most iUustruous athletes ever tamed out at Chicago. He was captaiD of the football team last year. He made the All-Western football team several times in football as well as basket­ ball. He won his"C' in three sports. TO NOIlINATE CANDIDATES . FOR ANRUAL TRIS WEEK " Sophomore Clua WiD Rold Cap aDd . Gown Eelectio... ill Nat TeD DQ.. Nominations for the next year's Cap and Gown board will be made at a special meeting of the SopholllOl'e class to be held some day the latter part of the week. Nominations for two � managing edito� two businesS managers and • literary editor Wl1I be made. The Sophomore dance .has been in­ difinitely postponed because of the clash of dates for the rest of the col. lege year. The banquet comes Thurs­ day and all tickets must be purchased by \Vednesday noon because the res­ ervation for seats must be made then. MALT MARROW "The Tonic that StrengtheDl." Malt Marrow is a great brain builder -it is recommended by phyaicianl. All Druaiatl ..u k. Producect by the manufacture... 01 "ALMA MATE... r MeA 'loy Malt Marrow Department, 234°-8 South Park Ave. Phone Calumet. 5401.· Tennis Rackets - .:- �':\: -:.:, ..... ,.If'" � .. � ....... ! I i Tuskegee University recently re­ ceived a gift of flO.OOO from. D. It. Cornwall of this dt)'. Made New and RestruD� and at Right Prices full Line W. & D. Ten.is goods on Hand at All TImes L.rgest CODlp/.t. Stoci of SPortin, Goods Outside the Lo., THE W. C. KERN . CO. PROPRIETORS D. &: L. MFG. 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Reaobei Qaidd7 aDd Com- fortaIIIT VIa . CLASSIFIED ':"m.':lqlllll. ADmt'I'ISEItMS '_ - Comlilittee; for class day, Friday, June 9, will meet in Cobb 6A this morning at 10:30 to perfect plans for the different class exercises of that day Edward Hall, general chairman in charge of class day, said yesterday that this morning's meeting was pri­ marily for the purpose of electing captains for the teams that will com­ pete in the class track meet at 9 o'clock on. class day. Other details' in connection with the day's activi­ ties will be planned for Class day takes the place of Junior day which was celebrated yearly un­ til the interclass hop was devised to take the place of the Junior promen­ ade last year. Following the inter­ class track meet, various class exer­ cises will take place. In the evening the interclass hop will be given in Bartlett gymnasium. Last year the interclass track meet was won by the Freshmen with the Seniors, second. Competition was keen. I t is expected that the race for first honors will be a .close one this year, as each class boasts of considerable track talent. Members of Varsity and Freshman teams are prevented from taking part in events in which they have won places in the regular track schedule. It is expected that, as usu­ al, all Junior college classes will be otpitted on Junior day. P. C. HAESELER HEAD OF COSMOPOLITAN CLUB Pope, Kasai, Hamilton" and, Englund Are Other New Officers-:-Tashiro to Leave. The annual election of the-Cosmo­ politan club Saturday night resulted in the following men being chosen as officers for the season of 1911-1912- Pre sid en t,' P. C. Haeseler of Ger­ many: Vice-President D. I. Pope, of the United States; Corresponding Secretary, George -Kasai" of Japan; Recording Secretary. c.. H. Hamilton, of the United states; Treasurer, Carl Englund of Sweden; Associate Edi­ tor of the Cosmopolitan, E. V., Floyd, of the United States; and Business, Manager of the Cosmopolitan, G. S. Monk of the United States. The board of directors will be elected next October. President Tashiro is going away in a week, and the club has planned to give him a farewell dinner Wednes­ day night in the Commons or down town. The inaugural banquet for the new officers will take place some time in June. INDIANAPOLiS CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE Dearbona Statioa, C"ltb It. and EDclewood (art It.) Herbert WDq, OeD. Alto P ... Dept. Iii So. Clark St. Cbic:qo . Tel. HarriIOIl Il0l. "The inbabitana of the city of the Univenity of Cbicalo IJ)eIld IIr. Mercballt: Are �oa lettiel par ....,. .. tWa ..... , The soccer team wil resume its practice today and Coach Brady will endeavor to strengthen the weak points that caused the defeat of the team last Saturday at Grant park. The Over-Seas took revenge for their defeat two weeks and won by 3 to I. The game was played on a muddy field, during a heavy rain. The Over­ Seas scored their points during the first half, and played on the defensive all through the second half. The Chicago attack grew strong toward the end of the game, but unly one goal was made by Fulkerson who waded through the mud to the goal. Lineup: Over-Seas (3). Chicago, (I). Newman G Maddox Walker R. B Lindsay Charnley L. B Stein Pritchard L. H Grossman Justice ........•.. C. H Loth Taylor R. H .•....... Duck Williams O. R. •...... Donald Healy. : 1. R •••.... Baldwin Boyes .••.•.....•. C Fulkerson Short 1. L. ' Goldsmith --'- 0. L .•..... Morrow Referee-Knowles. Time of halves -40 minutes. Goals-short, (2), Pritchard, Fulkerson. PURDUE WINS IN RAIN 64-53 (Continued from PaKe 1.) Two mile run-Won by Roberts, Purdue; Wood, Purdue second; Goss, Purdue, third. Time, 10:27 1-5. Quarter mile run-Wpn by Skinner, Chicago; French, Purdue, second; Tatarsky, Chicago, third. Time, :52 1-5. Discus throw-Won by Stockton, Purdue; GoettIer, Chicago, second; Barr, Purdue, third. Distance, 124 ft. S 1-2 inches. Broad jump-Won by Kessler, Pur­ due; Richards, Purdue, second; Stock­ ton, Purdue, third. Distance, 20 feet 9 in ches. 220 yard low hurdles-Won by Whiting, Chicago; Menaul, Chicago, second; G. Kuh, Chicago, third. Time, :26 ·1-5. Half mile run-Won by Cleveland, Purdue; Skinner, Chicago, second; Timblin, Chicago, third. Time, 2:05. The seniors of Carnegie Tech voted on who was the most popular actress. Miss Maud Adams won by a large majority. The Freshmen and the Sophomores of the University of Michigan are pre­ paring for their annual tug of war. Michigan has a new telescope weighing nine tons. It is the second largest of its kind in the United States. Yale defeated Harvard at track last week by a fair margin. Rates-- Three linea for -5 cell'" Sis wonla to the liD .. Fin in_rtiona for the price of feur. N. adnrtiHment take. for 1_ tban 25 c.nta. Cull mat accompan� .rdu. Lost-Pamphlet entitled "Over-Pope­ lation" by Sidney Webb. 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