• J \ • ... "--"'",- " ,.. -_ - .. - 1-· � �·1:hlt{' : . :.� ... t: I. �'� ....... I' •• r :' "I . -. . " ''' . . .. �_ 4::,_ .. � . -' ...... - .... - ... "",_, ,..- ... :." " # ., .. � , '" '; ,.�! 1 / ... l:at1g . tlarnnn INTERCLASS HOP Will Be Held Friday Night IN BARTLETT GYM VOL. X.- NO. 155. 'f" . . , ...... .c ,,' BlGB 8OJIOOL ID!f AB.BJVB • • * • * * • * * * • * * * * * UNIVERSITY· OF CHICAGO, TUESDAY, JUNE .. , 1912. ARIISTBONG TAKES SINGLES . ; PRICE FIVE CENTS. .. "':,' • TO SEND SOUVENIRS OF HARP.Elf LIBRARY Bookleta WiD 'Be lII&iled' On :Re­ quest of Guesta at CoDV� 'ion Reception. . cOftAlBS LIn OF .BAB.PBR Marshals and Aides Meet Today­ Former Head Marshak Are to Receive Mahogany Batons. . Those who 'attend the convocation reception on lfo_nday can if they .so . desir� •. receive by mail a souvenir of the, University. "particularly' oi the new library. The souvenir will con- - iaiD.:a: photogravure portrait of' Presi­ dent Harper as well as an account of President Harper's lift'. It \\;ill also recount the history of .the new library and the·. sii�ificance of the' various symbols on the' building. " "The.' rest of -the 'souvenir ·�i1I. be devoted to an �ccount of the campus illustrated ':witb .. photographic views, The' matter "will, be -treated chrono­ jogi�aliy. and there �i1l, be . a "i�w of , e,very building. on the campus. There will also be a 'partial list of the 2.500 Chicagoans who .have co�tributed ap- . proximately $7.000,000 to. the Univer­ sity funds. The -book win· be printed . on . excellen� paper. with large- fype. . It will.contain � .p�ges. � �. Guides. ,', � t. t'. Marshals . �nd. aides of past years. have" 'been_,"invited to join'>�'itb the . _ji{��.UicnlQhCnis .. , iq�:' aCting�' ��. guides : on: MondaY .nigh�. Response's have aIreac;1y been received' from over fifteen men and women, although yes­ terday. was the first day that 'the- re­ sponses were received. The present. marshals and aides will . meet today at 3·in Haskell to receive instructions� Fonner head marshals will receive batons from the University. .� num­ ber of years ago the custom of pre- . senting the' head .marshal with an em­ blem of aut�y wa;; discontinued, and it is only the men who . have not received them to whom they will be presented. The batons are of maroon mahogany, an� on the silver mount­ ings which are at 'either end are en­ graved the University coat of arms and the name of the marshal. together with his term of office. .j, , List of Head IIanbaIs. The fonner head marshals and pres­ ent head marshal who will' receive batons are:· Lee Wilder Maxwell, 1904-1903. Hugo Morns Friend, 1905-1906.. John Fryer Moulds, 1906-1907. Alvin Frederick Kramer, 1907:- 1909. _. ,Winston Patrick Henry, 1909-1910. Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge, 1910-1911. Robert Witt Baird, 1911-1912. . Chester, Sharon Bell. 1912-1913. To Fumi8h Jlusic. The Tiger's Head Glee club and the University Mandolin club will play in Harper court at the Con,'O­ cation reception Monday. Others who will furnish music as pre"iously announced are an octet of Thomas or­ chestra players, the University band, the Woman's G.ee club, and the Alice Freeman Palmer chimes. Professor Smith Made Trustee. Gerald. Bimey Smith, associate pro­ fessor of dogmatic theology, has been elected a trustee of the Worcester (Mass.) academy, of which he is an alumnus. Sipa Club ADDoancea PJedciac. The Sigma club announces the pledging of Dorothy Fox. .:,., ,; 1 J. J. Armstrong. of Minnesota, won * * * * * • • * • • • • • the Conference tennis championship when he defeated Alexander Squair DA VBNPORT WINS 2 EVERTS of Chicago in the final match in the singles, last Saturday afternoon. ·A Nicholson Breaks Record in Hidl large crowd watched the match. which was the most exciting that has ever Hurdles-Metcalf Sets New been witnessed here: It was not· until the last second of play that the victory went to Armstrong. Swiunary of Points. The first set was won by Arm- California 411-3 strong 6-3. the _ second . went to Missouri � 1-3 Squair 7-5. the' third went to Arm- Illinois.; ' ; 26 strong 6-2. but Squair came back in Chi g 15 The campus ne'er wouJ:l seem the the fourth set and won it 6-1., Each lea 0 ••••••••••••••••••••••• -' '::��' man then had two to his credit. �i:C��.S:�.:: � �: �:'.::::'.::::::: :�� 1-2 . �?� In � the l�st �et' Squair was several Minnesota 8 ' ":i� . times. within one point of winning Northwestern .................• 5 � \:�f� but Armstrong rallied and finally sue- . Ames :..................... 5 . -.l ceeded in � winning a deuce set 10-8. Oberlin : '" So . :;�?� �::e w��:n,w:!I�en::r:r���: i: .; ::: �a::-�!';';"easur. �:::::' ':,:',::',',:::',::'� .: : '; .; �l� . ..,'.e.:/�_�.t)"'�.�.� dispute. ' a duel between two reverse servers, Pufdne- � ; ...••.•.... � ...••. � 1· ; , � :-1 \Vhile aU are proud of a salute although. the odds were generally . Iowa •. '.' ; .. - _ .'. � .'; � .'. �- � .. s; '1- , .., From Jimm, ie, Iively .Iimmie l :;��� - against Armstrong. Squair was es- De Pauw ;. .. :�.... 1-2 ··,'� .. ol �e Entry List. ' pecially .good on shoulde'r high' vol- Indiana ....•.....•....•..•. � •• � 0 " '" • �'�;;"� Over ninety schools have entered \\Tho keeps the football du'ds so dry? . . . , " :,; ':rf;' !:���:.t. w��::m��e �:;���du;! Who cheers the teams with tear- !;;:h:��: o�r;:�:;.:·�a�:���/!��: �:�::�. :: : : :: : :: .: : .: ::: : .. � :'.: � . ' .... : .... �.:.��."�.; dimmed eye? the crowd. Through the game • Arm- Knox' ••.•.•• _ .. ,: ••••..•..•. , .• _ ....... 0_ . :_, schools represented is a little below Who works, yells, roots for f .... · ... ;(;i . aye or, strong did not permit much smash- . ,��� ·t.1Iat· 00 last' year� the number of indi- Chi? ing. One of the most. successful meets· . ", � i...� ... • .. -.;-,�-_.4 ... :��: ... 75�.�� vidual 'entrants is considerably above Our Jimmie, loyal Jimmie! . . . that was.:c'Vei beld under the 'auspices :.r.',-::"; last years record. . SqUair Playa YU'St Year.· ., .. 'A h . h 1 h This is the second year that Minne- oLthe __ Western ··.Couference...Athlctic . .,._. ;;;(� mO,Jlg t e promtnent sc 00 stat If '('n these' . d h 'd t . . . '. .' . Sa--'�'_ . : ,'. '::-.�'��;� have entered' teams are Greenfield groun s. e cea.se 0 sola h.as: cap�ured t�e championship. ass�tiCi.n � .won. laSt, &.un_,7 11,7 , : ..... �"'·S high sch�l, the' winner' of the Iowa . The ::':;5 scarce could ,·buUhe< nervy fight put up by'Sql1air. the Uriiv�itY· of. :�forma, ,track.. '. � ;:��� SQte Iaterscholastic meet· Milwaukee .' grow •. I who is playing Varsity tennis for . his. -;. (CollliDQf;d- on' oa�,�\:� :-:: '. '. ..' :':}� . �_�··'·-��:..;;r-l��- ...... - -- �ee��� .. _�-:-_ .... _._"-� ........... � '''4'' -� ... -,first·:-season�al1gurs-wen' for�IiIs"Win=- �,,_-� •. - ......... �.� .. �� .... 5-��.J '':'�''!_,!-::l�, � '�·-·"":1;?"7-t'� weSf'.l.JIVlSlOn 1;Ue Wlnu!Cl<.UI. � VVIS- �e.grass no.l�nger would be green;-. .. ' . '. . '. ":/:':�'.i�� consin I�terSCho)astiC,' - and Lane -'h' J' . b" . h J' .," Ding. the championship next ,year. :';"DY· �·o �'D,T''D.a"..'Ir ... �v.;��·.· ' .. ," ........ �"'-"'� ."" . Immle' egorra unmle. A ". ..a..aa.:...&:ll_ J1"'YIA .... � a.nu r ···1� Tech. the winner of'tbe Cook.County . . • rmstrong also had the advantage of . . - ::. '�;?;-..: and Illinois InterSchoiastiCs� . an 'eXtended eastern triP. where he BASEBALL.,� AW�.: .. �.PBD· . ,..: ::�� .. ' What' shalf 50 �leasing to a grad. f '. h' be. . . __ ._ � ..... ' .,:.' . , � .:;.t;;, : Cower TjiJelve' Slates. What mak�,; him. ever. feel so glad, won S�veD out 0 DID,e mate es,: lag - \.. � �:�.��� The institutions cover twelve states, . defeated only at Harvard and 'Prince- �,Is'� Gifta .. c". For TeaaiS' -' .��.� . " As when he. shakes and says, "B. _v .' . . . "'U ODe more dian Was represented last gad! ton. . Even with this. advan�ge .' - N'e18oa Jlorpea Gets Foar .' >�.:�t.,.� year. Entries' hav� been' steadily re- Squair perhaps. succeeded in giving � �, ' � .... : S��"! How's Jimmie. jolly Jimmy?" -c-1' ceive'd 'for the past wee� and it is ex- Armstrong the hardest fight' that. he .:.,t;� Pected that many more' will be 're- . . ever had, for. the playing was even . The list of men who were awardeCI '. . �: �t� Should undergraduates ha"e to say.' .. }. ceiv�d . today_ and. thus the record ,set· and equal on both sides. The crowd tne ""en for work�' in ·track, baseball ;,"< •. � . \Vho ,�ught to be c their "Dean"· to- . , . - ... l:!st year will be broken .. Many of was most impartial. and applauded and .tennis was announced yesterday' I. ' -�� :.� 't�e entries of _ neig'hboring high day, ,both men generbusly. Charles C. by C�ach Stagg. In this list are 'nine " .:j Without a doubt they'd shout. 64Hur- ' schools are seldom received until . Stewart was the referee. new "c" men, four-in baseball, ·foar , ,�.!� ,�!, • Wednesday of the week of the meet. A four man team will go' to l-Iadi- in track and one' in' tennis. Nelson .; .. 'Ti�· Jimmier' Lucky Jjmmie! . . . - . ., Preparations for .the e�tertainment son on Saturday to play Wisco�sin in Notgren has the honor of having re- , ... :.� of the visitors have . practically been -the finaCmatch of the season. thi� ceived four emblems in' football, bas- -�; completed. More men are, however, Total of Fund Is "'43.03. cago defeated Wisconsin here a few ketball. track and baseball. .\.� requested �o SIgn up for the boat ride, weeks ago 5 out of 6. Squair. Green� The members of the ba�eball and .' ". which win take place on Friday night. .Previoasly acbowledged ••••. $434.G3 and Stewart will go. while the fourth track teams wi:! meet tomorrow in ';'�'� - A list has ·been posted in the Rey- O. W. WonhWine 1.00 man will be picked from Bohnen, front of Haskell, where the pictUres • :.� nolds club for the convenience of Ii. F. Ablswede 1.00 Sellers, - MacClintock and Hunter. of the teams will be taken. rae. base- .' �:-':� those who wish to sign up. Cannan I" L. D. Scherer .............•. 1.00 ball' picture will be taken at.3:15 3nd Bell. of. the board and room commit- Walter McAvoy ...........•. - 1.00 FRANK PARKER WILL the track picture at 3 :45. ..\11 the .' j t�e, has announced that it is impera- H. W. Magee ................' 5.00 SPEAK TRURSDA Y AT men 1!VhO have received their. emblem tive that every fn.temity have a man CLOSING EXERCISES for the first time this year will meet at the assignment desk in the Rey- Total $443.03 -- at 3:30 to elect a speaker, who will nolds club from Thursday morning to Frank Parker will deliver the ad- represent them at the annual "C" �n- Saturday. In this way it will be pos- Nine dollars have been added to. the dress for the associates at the final quet, which will be held Thursday .sible to get the men to the houses Jimmy Twohig fund since Friday, Junior college chapel �xercises in night. where they \Vil.1 be quanered without making the total of the fund at pres- Leon Mandel' assembly hall at 10:30 The complete list of "C" men' for delay. ' ent $443.03. Fin dollars was given Thursday. His speech will be in the the past year follow5: by H. W. Magee, and one dollar each nature of a response to President· FootbaD-J. B. Canning, H. M. Car­ by O. W. Worthwine. H. F. Ahl- Judson, who will greet the candidafes. penter. I. N. ·Davenport. R V. Fon­ swede. L. D. Scherer, and \Valter The address will be deli'vered by Dean ger, C. P. Freeman. \V. \V. Goddard, McAvoy. Only a little more is now Sumner with the subject "The Cathe- H. E. Goettler, H. L. Harris, W. S. needed to complete the fund. dral cf S.S. Petcr and Paul," and Kassulker. W. L. Kennedy. J B. Law- Dean Lo"ett will read his quarterly ler. N. H. Norgren, N. C. Paine, S. statement as dean of the Junior col- R. Pierce. C. �I. Rademacher. C. G. NINETEEN FRESHIIEN leges. Sauer. H. F. Scruby, S. Sellers. L. H. WILL BE INITIATED' Whiting. AT DINNER TONIGHT TRADE UNION WOllEN --Baseball-R. K. Baird. ]. B. Boyle, ENTERTAINED WITH H. If. Carpcnter. F. A. Catron. C. P. GAllES AND DANCES Freeman. A. H. H ruda. P :\L Hunter, E. Libonati, A. D. llann. X. H. Nor­ gren. G. S. Roberts. O. B. Roberts, T. E. Scofield. R. F Teich�raeber. Track-R. W. Bairci. ]. S. Bishop, K. Chandler, H. H. Cox, F. J. Coyle, T. N. Davenport. G. E. Kuh, R. D. Matthews, J. A. Mena1l1, N. H. Nor-· grm, C. M. Rademacher, H. F. Scm- by. BaaketbalI-C. S. Bell. H. E. Goet- tIer. M. Goldstein. C. O. :\(olander, X. H. �orgren. N. C. Paine. Tenni8-A. M. Squair. Track 11m From .A%usa.. California. Come With Coach to Prepare for Interscholastic - NinetY Schools Have Akcady Entered Keet. . . LINES ON JIMMY * By Adolph GeOr-ge Pierrot, '07, * * in The Chicago Alumni Mag- • * azine. Coach Comstock, accompanied by three, members of the Citrus Grove high school track team. arrived in Chicago yesterday, after a long jour­ ney -from Azusa, ·C�lifornia. The men are entered in the Interscholastic meet which will be held on Marshall Field Saturday at 1 :4:. The team is composed of Whitted. Jackson and Hendricks. Hendricks is entered in the ham- . mer throw, Whitted in the high and low hurdles. discus and broad jump, 'and Jackson is entered in the 100 and 22O-yard dashes and the 44O-yard' run. The men are expecting to put up a great fight for first honors in the In": terScholastic. They have. won . the, California Interscholastic and have cleaned up all the' championships on the coasts The team will be. quar­ tered at the fraternity houses and the men will work out daily on Marshall. Fjeld to' become accustomed to the climate. * What busy bee is that I see That seems the soul of energy? His Emerald voice convinces me­ It .. s Jimn}ie. tiny Jimmie! As by. in restless toil, he goes. To every man a smile he shows'; Each friend looks back. thinks what he owes To Jimmie. happy Jjmmie! same. Our college life would just be tame •. Unless each day.we heard the name Of Jimmie, cheery Jimmie! I. �ineteen members oi lh.! Fresh­ man class will be initiated into Skull and Crescent at the Hotel Winder· mere at 6:30 tonight. FoliowinK the banquet and ceremony, there' wilt :'e four or five short ta:ks relative to the development and purposes or the so­ c;.iety. Hiram L Kennicott will act as toastmaster, while Cola G. Parker, H. Russel Stapp, Donald H. Ho11ings­ wonh, and Ernest R. Reicbmann will speak (or the upper cla!l:5men and Stanwood F. Baumgartner wm re­ spond for the Freshmeu. JlARRlED STUD&NTS TO HAVE DO�TORY; REIIODEL BUlI.DING A dormitory consisting of two, three. four, and five room apart­ ment for. married student!l. their wi�'es and families is the la't"�t inno­ vation at the University. r' b1:i1ding at 1014-16 East Sixty-first :m'eet has been remodeled into (welve :1;>art­ ments and will be occupiert hr the first time by students this summer. The new plan was decided upon fol­ lowing an experiment made by six students of the Divinity School. who have been living at S815 Drexei ave­ nue.. The rental of the new apart­ mmts will be from $15 to $2i.50 per month. . Ilia Vwbcup I. 'VICtOr. Miss Vosburgh defeated Miss Sins­ heimer in tm'nis yesterday 6-2, 6-2. CONFERENCE MEET IS . WON BY CAUFORNIA * • Conference ClWnpion Def�ts Squair In An Exciting Match Saturday -Four-Man Team Will'Meet Wis­ consin. _, •. \ '. � • Coast Track Team Finishes First In Successful :Meet With 411-3 Points. • ,;cf . �. Two-Mile Mark. , ... '. More than fifty members of the \V. A. A. entertajned the Women's Trade Union League Friday. The program began at 3:30 with a hockey game on Greenwood field. Then Mar­ garet Hammett, Emada Griswold, and Sarah SaDders gave exhibition dances. A baseball game folrowed. Members of the Trade Union and University women played on the teams. At 5:30 the W. A. A. served an informal din- nero . , ': " THE DAILy MAROON TIle (".Dc:ial' Sbident NeWSPaPer of tile ,Uai"?i� of Cbicaco. Fou'odCd .Oetober 1. 1902. Formerly The UDlvcnity of Chicago Weckl7 Founded October 1. 1892. Published daily except Sundays. Mon­ days and Holidays during three quarters of the University year. Entered as Second-class mail at the Chicago Post Office. Chicago, Illi­ nois. March 18, 1908. under Act of ,March 3, .1873. � •• 7 IIclQro� Pub. Co. Preu. 62U ,�ottace Grow. __ TIrE STAFF W. J. Foute llanaging Editor H. L. Kennicott K ews Editor Associate Editors . D. L. Breed Leon Stolz W. H. Lyman B. W. Vinissky G. W. Cottingham C. S. Dunham J. B. Perlee. Reporters H. S. Gorgas M. S. Breckinridge H. A. Lollesgard C. E. Watkins W. B. Crawford G. S. Lyman F. L. H utsler Women's Editor Sarah Rein�all Women Reporters , Grace Hotchkiss Lillian Swawite Augusta Swawite Dorothy. Williston Subscription Rates Isy Carrier, $2.50 per year; $1.00 per Quarter.' City mail.. $1.25 per Quar­ ter; $3.00 per year in advance. , News 'contributions may be I left in Ellis. 'Hall or Faculty Exchange, ad­ dressed to The 'Daily Maroon. / , EDITO� I, To 'the City at 'hlT�, the' opening of the "silly season" is always marked by newspaper headlines, "Rocks Boat; Two Drowned," or "Gun Not' Loaded. Kills Boy." The 'approaching Sum­ mer quarter at the Uni- versity is just as Tegularly heralded ' ',by more or less "funny" incidents. One year it was a call for students to work on an irrigated farm in Texas. The "work" turned out to be holding onions' up to potatoes' eyes to make them cty. This was silly; it was also rather funny .. This year it is "Kappa Beta Phi." which is silly and not at all funny, in our humble opinion, at least. It is a little strange that college men should see fit to ridicule Phi Beta Kappa. the oldest and certainly one of the most honorable intercollegiate societies. Individually, such mem­ bers of "Kappa Beta Phi" who be­ long to Greek letter social fraterni­ ties would be enraged should any group of students reverse their let­ ters and use them on a replica of their pin for purposes of ridicule. The present instance is just as much an insult as Phi Beta Kappa and its thousands of members as the pos- The Silly Season . sihle one cited, As a communication printed else­ where in today's Daily Maroon points out. the University of Chicago has no plaC'e for "Kappa Beta Phi." COMMUNICATIONS. [Note-The Daily Maroon is at all times wilting to publish letters !rom University people, providing such letters seem purposeful and likely to be 'of general interest. Each letter must be signed, but the author's idetl. tity will be withheld if he desires. Anonymous communications will not be Doticed.-The Editor.] Cbicago. �{ay 31, 1912. Editor The Daily Maroon: It joke that is clever as wen as original is blessed. A joke that is W. A. A. Banquet Thursday in Lex­ ington gymnasium. Glee Club to Dine. . Election of officers and members and the presentation of fobs to the twenty oldest members will feature the annual dinner of tbe Glee club in the Commons cafe: tomorrow at 6. Gold fobs will be gh'en the officers. and others will receive silver fobs of the same design. . Bulletin and �owicement.S Chapel Assemblies-The �niof�': �:C�.ealds Club' meeting. will .,colleges will hold their closing exe�' 'be held Thursday' at .)0:30 in Coho :ci� at 10:30�today in .�andel',haIL�'· ·8B'to �Iect office� f�r next year. 'The College of Education witi meet , " --� _' _. .'. .... in-Room 214. Emmons 'Blaine hall .' ' Chapel Assembiy-C1as� J exercis-es of the Junior colleges, men and wo­ men at 10:30 ,Thursd:ay. Sophomore Executive Committee will 'meet today at 10:30 in Cobb 6A. llorton._ Embleton. Patterson, Brown, Conley. Saunders. Goodman. Pollak, llacDonald, llorgan. Clark, Baldwin, and Lyman' wilt report. _. Marshals and Aides of this year and last will meet today at 3 in Has­ kell assembly hall to discuss plans. for the convocation exercises. Freshman Baseball and Track Pic­ ture will be taken today at 3:10. Mandolin Club will meet today at 4 in the Hitchcock club rooms. Botanical Club will meet today at 4:15 in, Room 13. Botany building. /' Student Volunteer Band will meet today at 7:15 in Lexington hall. Christian Science Society will meet tonight at 7:30 in Lexington 14. The Univers ity puhlic is invited. Semitic Club win meet tonight" at 8 in Ha!'kell 26. Professdr· B. .\. Green will read a paper, on "The Old Testament an� Preaching's." Chapel Assembly-The Divinity school. tomorrow at 10:30 in Haskell assembly room. Dean llathews will speak. Sophomore Picnic at 4 tomorrow near German building in Jackson Park. Glee Club Annual Dinner tomorrow at 6 in Commons cafe. Young Women's Christian League will meet at 10:30 tomorrow in Lex­ ington hall. junior Class Meeting will be held tomorrow in ""l"It 2Q. J mportant. Senior Pany and Picnic Supper will . be. held tomorrow from 3 :30 to 8 in Jackson Park. Glee Club Annual Banquet and election tomorrow at 6 in the Com­ mons cafe. Y. II. C. A. Meeting tomorrow at 10:30 in Y. xr. C. A. office in Cobb. clever, although old, is endurable. But a joke that is stupid. as well as old, is disgusting. It is in the last category that I place that new or­ ganization, the "Kappa Beta Phi." It is stupid because it smacks of the cheap, childish buffoonery of the bucholic high school, and it is old be­ cause eight years ago an organization of that name and purpose had al­ ready made it!' way ,out to at least one fresh water college in Colorado that I know of. At a time when we have begun to . make some progress in restoring a re­ naissance of intellectual interest in college students, it is distressing to see such a return of juvenile horse­ play; particularly di!'tressing. when it comes from students who� posi­ tion as "prominent" and "!'uccess­ fur· implies the pO!,5e�sion of a high­ cr sense of perspecti,·c a.,d halance. I am surprised that The Daily Ma­ roon has not long since yoiced the disgust of the sensible members of the University. Perhaps, howe,·er. it is he!'t to deny this organization the publicity that no doubt it desen·es. Although it will. of course. die of its own insanity, it might be better to bury it with the scorn it merits. else we shall wake some morning to learn that our original campus wits ha,·e led a cow into chapel over night. NATHANIEL PFEFFER, '11. Upper SeDlor Contest in Oratory, and artistic reading contest -Thurs­ day at 8 in Mandel. , Religious Education Club will meet Thursday at 8 at Professor Soares' residence. 5548 Lexington avenue. The Reverend C. W. Gilkey will give the report of the conn-iittee on moral and religious education. Make your future a auc:ceu. by attending the Metropolitan Business Colleg'e 30 .. WEST SIXTY.THIRD STREET ' The �mest � �t Sch� of Baai..... Special c:oune for tboee wiahiDa to take up abod­ baod with the mteaboD of teach�,. Studeab may eatu aay time. Tuiboa for July ud Aupt $15.00. CalL Write or Pbor.e Wcmworth 2227 for booklet. junior College Day-Friday. Jun­ ior classes . will not meet 0;'1 this dav and Senior. classes will not· meet o� !\fonda:r. June 10. Mathematical Club-llr. C. T.· Sul­ livan will speak on "Properties of Surfaces Whose Asymptotic Lines Belong to Linear Complexes." Friday at 4:3U in Ryerson 37. . Interclass Hop June 7. SHANE'S Interscholastic Boat Ride Friday at 8:00. The annual University swimming championships resulted in all records for total scores going by the boards. Three men scored .more 'points than the best record of pre vious years. Ray White finished with 5141-2 points. J. J. Steuer was second with 446 points. and H .. S. Gorgas was third with 420 1-2 points, The former record was 403 point:". Ray White won by'. consistent work in every event. Several records for individual events were also broken. Gorgas swam the 40 yard breast stroke rn 26 2-5 seconds, the former record ·be­ ing 264-5. He scored 106, points in ,this event�· this being the highest score made in an individual event. J. J. Steuer made the life-saving con­ test in 22 seconds, the former record being 25 seconds. Fonger also swam this evens in 23 second, and Gorgas and \Vhite each, made it in 25 seconds. Ray White .�ade the best records in the 40 yard swim, and the 40 yard back stroke yesterday. He swam the 40 yard swim in 211-5 and the 40 yard back stroke in 29. Steuer was sec­ ond in both of these events with :22 in the 40, and :30 in the back stroke. Gorgas was third in the 40 with 23 1-5 seconds. The summaries follow: Ray White, 514. J. J. Steuer, 446. H. S. Gorgas, 420 1-2. R. V. Fonger, 371. H. L. Kramer, 339 1-2. 1-. 'B. Bennett, 257. , E. B.' Plapp, 1951-2. H .. -\. Moore, 1781-2. I CI��DSt�!!H��OP 816 East Sixty�third St. (Near Cottag , Grove) , Nifty Style' Straws, $2' values, $1.50 Extra . value Shirts, $1.50; Sale. 9Sc Prices cut in all ,goods at Shane's F orm�rly of State Street. Interscholastic Fobs on sale at the hook store and. Reynolds club. 20 cents. The Mandolin club will hoM a prac­ tice session ill Hitchcock ha11 at 4- today for the purpose of learning a couple of new pieces to be played in case of appearanCe at the interschol­ astic entertainment or at the r�c:ep­ tion in connection with the deuica:ion of the new library. A dinne:" will probably be held tomorrow night at 6:30 in the Commons. Officers for the ensuing year wi1l' be elected. and the disposition of the surplus will be discussed. Housing Bureau-Rooms for the Summer quarter should be listed with lli�� Robinson before June 1. Blackfriars Choruses-) I embers of the Henrie tta. Sally of the Ballet, and )1 issionary choruses are request­ ed to, report at 7 in the basement of )Iandel Saturday night. H you want to earD .0000y dar­ jag nCmou,'Q)I at o.ce. 201 Rail­ way &dwage BaiI ..... -· G. L Hiwckley' Interscholastic Dance will be given UP. owing to a conflict with the vaude­ ville that will be given for high school me n in llandel, on Saturday at 7:30. WOMEN TO SIHG WITH ,MEN ON ALUMNI DAY, JUNE 11 Class of 1�7 Plan. Reunion to Be Helc! In CoDDCCtioc With' Con­ vocation and Dedication.' Eleventh Annual Interscholastic meet Saturday at 1 :45 on lIars hall Field. llembers of the women's clubs will join with the members' of the. men's organizations in the "sing" on the night of Alumni Day, June 11. Each fraternity and women's club witl be called on for its favorite song, begin­ ning at 8. This will be followed by the Senior class song and that in tum by a Chicago "Sing" before adjourn- "ment to \(aitdel for the vaudeville. 1907, , .... !It have a reunion in the Rey.Jt'�lds club theater ';t 5. Circulars siVaed by Harold H. Swift, president; '1'ohn F. Moulds. vice-president; Edith Terry. secretary, and R. Eddy Mat­ thews. treasurer. have been sent to members of the class. The program, aside from the regular convocation and-dedication exercises, follows: Reunion of the .Class of 1OO7 in the Reynolds club'1heater at 5. Annual....... '_.\lumni Dinner - Men, Hutchinson commons; women, Quad­ rangle club, at 6. Universjty "Sing" by groups Ot stu­ dents, to he followed by general sing, at 8. Vaudeville in Mandel at 9, junior. Sophomore, and Freshman Women sign up for next year's Fresh­ men. Cards may be had in the League room every day. Editor The Daily l[aroon: The other day a Senior proudly exhibited to me an emblem which made him a member of the so-called organization of Kappa Beta Phi. The matter would not be worthy of comment hut for the fact that the "members" seem to take themselves seriously, I t goes without saying that at Chi­ cago we are too proud of the ideals of Pih Beta Kappa to ridicule either en-. viously or disdainfully that frater­ nity. \Ve also know that the Chi­ cago men do not waste their time with I llinois-ish and college-boy­ isms. \Ve . infer. therefore. that this Kappa Beta Phi business was the outgrowth of some fit of perverted humor. and that it will soon pass off after the manner of measles. whoop­ ing cough. chicken pox. and kindred complaints. ROY BALDRIDGE, 'II. MANDOLIN CLUB TO HOLD PRACTICE IN HITCHCOCK TODAY, ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF JOHN EDWIN RHODES, THIRD OF THE NAIIE llr. and llrs. John Edwin 'Rhodes. Jr .• of 3837 Monticello avenue, Irving Park. Chicago, announce the birth of a son, John Edwin Rhodes I II. on Saturday, l[ay 25. Mr. Rhodes, a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. is thc son of Dr. -John Edwin Rhodes of Chicago, and �[r5. Rhodes was formerly Mi!'s Helen France:" Rigg!'. a graduate of the class oi 1910. and a member of �Iortar Boctrd. Harvard - Count "on nernstorfi'. German ambassador at \Vashington, will delivcr an address at the laying of the corn('r stone of the Germanic museum at Han·ard next Saturday. Among the guests will be Adolphus Busch of St. Louis, who has given $250.000 to the museum, which is de­ signed to promote knowledge of German progress. Numerous gifts to the institution hav·e been made by Emperor William. . ; �. .j • � �. " t.' , , . . ":..� :" .. _. ._p .... );,-) __ ....... � .. -.;. ........... � - '- . P ·R. -B A SO •• , paoQB.UI:. 'KISS RHODES.·TO DELIY.BR� ,I' : .' � ! •• !_ ••• ! •••••• ���� .• �� !�, . � •.... >_ .. OD ..... ON JUNIOR--"'Y" t .. - . _. --."-- --.,.,_. _ .... � . ' . · .J�7"_ .. ' • _' '.' '.' ....... --�-:-;--.-. -. �, . IVY Aft.U, -- ',' ,. " + ·Otcbestral· Auociatloa AI'raDpa. Six --' . "'. . ,- .. '�': 'Nf-' -t " .. ··1-.·: "-M' , .. .. Thomas Ol'C�_ COOcen. and soPhomore.�' Fo; '·P.aik·tO Be ./lj �'" a j"a�'" '.� .. t .... � �":' .arr ·0 ... · ',i'T : RCclt;a1a by ��;Jiiel.ea., aad Held In Jacbo�, PU'k To- .'" . .: .,... �1' : , f{'",,� ,,�'r"\',," ���.� ,"., ",:' morrow." i' ., : ,,' ," i ' ':. ':. A musical progr;(ria:�f nine concerts llargaret Rhode!>' was elected. to + 'T" T·· h' S h " • AN �'�(J�';� �'':';''''��',.. ,� ��-:. has'�' .�r�anged f�,r��xt' seas.on. by deliver the hoy oration for the Soph- : " he T ODIC t at trengt �DS�. : '; .... :. I!. "" ' ;: .�the U�i'ye��y 9rch��P,l! as�ocl�ttOn. omore class in connection with the : : " -. :�:. ." .. ;': ,s�. of ."'�" en�ert�.�nts Will be class day' exercises. William H. Ly- : : J\T ,_1.. 'COLL KD .' 'The�,re �..emas,orc��s.�ra concerts, man .was elected at a previous meet- :. • l�O,cn ,_ n.a the first-oL��ich �i11>�, held Tues- ing to hand down the class spade to. KALT .AUOW IS A GUAT BBAIR BUILDBB. : to OIl'" take 011 day afternoon, �ov�m1)er S. The Carlos Hall, the Freshman represen-': �itis recommended by physicians. All druggists sell it. : :z:;:::::::: '.* - • -, . others will occur on Tuesday after- tath·e.: • '�' ' -: . . :0" �� T. noons at intervals of from two to four Every effort is: being made to get : : , " weeks. Arrangements have been all the class out to the picnic, which .' : SHIR � made. for. three artists' recitals to be will be held at 4 tomorrow near the .: .Produced by the manufae_turers of : . interspersed, between concerts. German building in Jackson park. $.:'. " A L lIi A II A T B a " t Fit �:'1t� t.t. Three artists 'who .. rank among the Posters have been made by Miss- ., • a.u.Pe.boc17.eo.. ..... � ••• T. topmost of' the world's musicians Rhodes. �Iiss Pollak and George Ly- :. • . v. . have. been procured. Eugene � saye, man. The class has been divided on .•. • A TRlP.TO EUROPE AND RETURN who is 'probably the world's greatest lists. and each of the members of the + .AVO.7· Malt _ Marrow Department : violinist: Miss Alice Njelsen, the executi,:e committee wilt take one of : : As Cheap as a Vacation in AmeriCa .1 prima donn�' so?rano .. singer in these lists and notify all the members : 2340-8 SOUTH .PARK A�UE : WbylpeDd pm � ill this C:uuatIJ whaa the Metropoht.�!1' Opera .•. compa�y, that small contributions are desired in : • yooc:uaotot:.mope-natbe... and Rudolph Ganz. the emment SWISS order to make the affair a greater + Phoae.: 'CAWMET 5401-aD dep�Db. : FRENCH LI N E pianist. are th.e tl;l1"ee who will,3J)pear SUCCfSS. : .' . A�nC 73-602.. . . .: for $45.00 to $70.00 (meals and berth in recitals ne�!, year. ':" '.; � Walter Kennedy. chairman of the ; •••••• · �.��� ••••••••••••••• o • .;. . iDcluded).. . oti� Special ,Rate.·· '.' I athletic committee. has charge of get- . t ... ' ,.,.,;, , .... " .' •. " . ' . . ���O(daell):-_� :tv:�-� .... 1"_hose ,,:�hi'hg to t.�ke ��?��ge of tl'nint:rCnllae�slbterraSck�fm�heeet���'Sh51'cvh'utl';:fotrothbee T H.' .. E .. , COM M 0 N, S ��'� � • UQIII ,�- the extraQrdiliary opportunity' to get " � .,. J . ' :HA·"�""'''''':p'J'''D'I''C!I.· .: sea�on ticlc�t� 'for. the. eriiire set of hr ld June t. Club" B�eakfasts-Cafeteria�for. 'Lun, c. heaD . YAA ---..-, . musicales ror',hVo dollars:aiid twenty- The entertainment committee of the' . ....., •• 0tIiII,;. 1 ............. sn.t. five, cerits�_'bave b�n:�il�ked;' to make picnic as announced yesterday con- See what you 'get ". " P�i·-6.r wbat' ;OU·:_ .applicationg::·befor.·e.-.,go!n.g.-'··home for sists of Ruth Agar. chairman; Emma Get' ha . t Coalf: in and ;._. it . THEBE�;D�D'�N�' ilie���� 'Th����.��m� Cb� H��( p�� bili H�g� __ w __ t_�_,�_�_w_._� I _ LAST, 'YEAR� CONVOCATION" five cents a concert ha�"bC;en offered Harold Wright. Rudy Matthews .. How- I ,. •••••• .n..o.tQHIHt+Do."' •• � .. ,WO� '. KANDL SUITS. YOU by 'the associatio.n in "'�.!er tl.at the ell Murray, and Henry Shull. 'Con- :'-We- are moWing 'an -uc'et1eiii"liii. of Scotch' tWeeda, .. blUe . and' gray : NEED. ONE FOR 'THIS YEAR. .. :5tudents may bene6t, �but, as was 'tributions of food or money should: serges, '1iOiDeSpuDa and' ctasbeS. and .Eng1iah tric:bt. flaDne1L .' . ': J PLACE YOUR ORDER ·NOW.".�· 'shown this season� a great number of he made to the following people: '. " -, SUITS $30 'TO $40. TROUSERS--ta .. :ANIt-'-$10---'-- .. _._--+ . Si;ECIAL BARGAINS'FOR,THIS, the ;tickets got into' the bands of the Ch�ken pie-R�th Agar and Ruth : . . . �", ; C: ..., �.� . r '" : OCCASION: . . residents of .Hyde '��rk; with the; re- Wood; Cake-Leone Hemingway and : : ... ,," 1 � t �.� � -:- � ��: . $30.00. 2 P�eC:e Suit $21.00 suIt that U Diversity) studio ts' had, to Harriet Tuthill; drinks-Oakley llor- .,. • .. $35.00 3 piece SuIt $25.00 . take what wa�, left.� ;9rders sent in ton: ice cream-\Villiam Lyman: dev- : : ,MADE-TO ME�SURE. 'during ,the summer may, ,be cancelled iled eggs-,Emma Clark; sandwiches-:- • • , '_. .' "'. '.. . . as late as October. 8 .. ' .. ' Della Patterson and Gracia Alling; i :. ,.... _ <;�; '. ,.'. '-", ---; ..• ---- -.'�' ._- "'1j . M. �':KANDL- ... -,:- .. "The aillLof .the University .. Orches- pickles and olh'es-Harold Wright... ..' · . .-:,Tllor tafy,_.Men:?,;? �-�=� 1;'�:'0��:' tral association." said Mr� Wal��r 1\, : _..;_ THRtE ': S'TOR¥S _ _. _. P t t • .' . I • ayne. secretary- reasurer. yes er-, � Since 1893 Since 1905.. '.' -: : . May.:-l�t •. .19l:? ' .;' : day. "is to keep all of the ch�ap tick- CAP AND ,GOWN "'ILL BE : At 7- N. La Salle St. At 25 E. Jac��on Blvd.,:, At;71.��:·Monroe St.�_ '. ets in the hands of the. students. and OUT TOMORROW MORNING ••••••.•. " *. ' �. �', " � .. , ., ••..•.••••. this can only be done if the students . . , . put in their applications for !>eason . Annual' Delayed By' Freight Strike- books as soon as possible." Editors to Confer With Deans Calls Ysaye �test, Violinist.' In Regard to ElecaOlL :� .... . _" .,-,.ExPc;rt "T�OI' .. ,.� ",:,..:, ": 1460 > E. FIFTY - FIFTH S��EET :� -'. ':'-.. /'-. . .. , .::;:� , North s.i4c of street, bet. Jefferson:or ,?�";'; and' WaSbinjtoh Av�'iiues.- _' .< �:�""''i;��._ : .... �. ·�i' •• ,'��!'1'�I.B'i',I,.,� ;. :.... p:.� -''' .t ... �_i"'. ' ". i .: BILLIARD:BALL .': .�; dAS�: E� ';COWHEY ;: . • ! zI t !. • I :':; � 1. .4'" _..t , l./' ,,' ':' ,r � 1001 and 1001 � East 55th Street � s. E� Cor. Ellis Ave. � ,-,: . ..;T�e<:Hyde��37��:-.:·�'. PAT1l0NIZE' ,_ MAROON ADVERTISERS JUHlO� TAKE, FINAL""\GAIIE Victory Over Seniors Yesterday GiVes Championship. The Junior women \\:.on frum the Senior women yesterday in the fin�l game of the championship basehall r.eries with the' score of 10 to·i. The playing of:Cornelia Beall. pitcher, and. Harriet: Dean: catche'r � for-the Jun­ iors, featured the contest. The "jc­ tory .gives the" championship to the Juniors as they have won two of the three games, The lineup follows: Janioz:s_ Cornelia Bean (Capt.) Pitcher Harriet Dean Catcher Helen Kenny , ,.... First ba!'e Rhoda Pfeiffer Second base Margaret Riggs ........• Third ha:"e Helen Leonard , . . .. Shortstop Grace Hotchkiss Right field Louise �fick .. , , .•........ Center' Dorothy Llewellyn ... , .... Left fidd . Seniora. Margaret Sullivan .......•• Pitcher Mariorie Preston .•.•.•.•.. Catcher Alice Lee Herrick , First ba�e Eva Goldstein .•.•••.... Second base Mabel We�t (Capt.) •..•• Third base Florence Oark .•...•••..• Shortstop Olive Thomas •......••.•• Right field Eleanor Seeley ••..........•. Center Katherine X ath ' ..••••. , . , . Le,ft field .... .,'/" .• " .. .. -, . • J • \ , , THE D�lLY 'MA'ROON. TUESDAY. JUNE 4, 1912. � 400 �_ ••• -# .•• �_ •• _ ... _. field; �nd begi_nning all ov�r 'again . as SENIORS-ARRANGB·GAIIES�· _. � . a student. . .' A�D ;.pANCES �JlOR ��� . � Debut iD Italy. . .�' � 4 It.q'\J.,�·.:.V·�J'· . After ,study to gain, repertoire, her - . Last � .Affair �of ClUa Will.Be The Cap and Gown will not ue on �ratic debut. was' ·.made. :�� . Italy , Held .;J�J�ii ��;.'f��- . sale ·toda}·. hut \vill appear tomor-' ,!��h .. immedi�te su�cess. .Engage:-: ��,\���.�:� ..... :_. rowmorninJlinC�bb. The delay has ments.at all of the Important· opera , .. ,_v'�'_"��' t .... ::: '. ".: . been occasioned by the freight strike, �o�!ies of ·��.ope .fol1owed,.·and':·�n ;'Th�' 'Senior .class� picli,c'and"s�ppe'r whi�b held up the books on their 1� she appeared at Cov�t ,Garden: wilr"be' b'�ld' ��ai.;the· Rost·ti:J.den way to Chicago.. I:ondon, together with Melba, Des- wooci:'(i: Ii' 'd ,� . f'-it': . p' k' The' editors of the annual will con-·. ' tinn .• tCarUso and others.··' 'She ha� on . e .s an ,ID ac. ��n ,ar .- fer today with the deans of under- 'be� fa'\'or�d' many times by "com:- to�oriow- frorif.rto"g:--'TliC'prograiii' .graduate activities in regard to the mand" performances at B.uckingham wilt in�lude a.'baseb�;9�..l� election' of next year's board. The falace, \Vindsor, and other royal the men and . the women:' a lauDc' editors are planning to change the residences during' her se;"eriLI seasons ride, and �ii 'Oukdoor supper� �' .' present system of election by 'the' in opera in' L�ndon: - � '. '" .' . . . The men' win play their side of .. the Sophomore class to appointments by Alic-i Xielsen is now one of t:he " , , . I . , ' .. the editors. The bnsiness manager leading sop:':1nos of the Metropolitan haseball �e·: wi't!t ,�heir �. left ii��ds wili be chosen in the same way. and Boston Opera companies. Her in order that the women may. have a most �ecent' successes' 'are "Madam chance to', win. It is rumored, how­ Butterfly," with Ricardo Martin as e,'er, that there are a . few dark horses - "Pinkerton." and' the leading. role in .' . ,{ " .. " : among 'the' men ",110' will" sho� 'luKi as "The .Sacrifice:' a put she created. _. , , . " Ganz Bepn as V'lOliDist. sou til paws. The.' ,batt�ries for the Rudolph' Ganz began' his career as women will be l�argaret Sullivan and a ,·iolinist. He took ·up. his piano Alice Lee Herric� and for the tn'en studies with Ferruccio Busoni. - In Frank Gilbert and \Valter Foute. Six 1901 he ("arne to America as a mem- . ber of the faculty of the Chicago Mu- and a half innings win �e played. sical College, but he .t'esigned Jhis A seri�s or' old-fashion�d games, position in 1905,: in order to· devote bimself to 'a ,-irtuoso's career, . He thereupon returned to Germany� As a pianist he has appeared at four concerts of the Theodore Thomas or­ chestra. and each season that he has �§i��d America he bas appeared as soloist with the Boston Symphony orchestra. Mr. G�In7: is one of the most emi­ nent pianists of the day and as an in­ terpreter of Liszt, i� unsurpassed, So I renowned has the Swiss pianist be-. come. that last season he was forced to cro\,·d into, the limited space of three months' as many concerts as other artists taken seven months to accomplish. The demand for Ganz was so great last year that he will make a more prolonged visit to America the coming season, in O1'der to fulfill all the. �Dgagements that are open to bim, and it was only by the luckiest circum!otances that the or­ chestral association was enabled to persuade him to appear in a recital in lhnde1. . " �'The· greatest, of· violinis�s .of·;to-. - day �is Eugene Y saye�" wri�es Lahee in his "Famous Vio�inists.". "who pos­ sesses that magnetism. :�hich:.charms alike' the musician and the amateur, becaus� of' his perfect expr�ssion." Ysaye's eminence as a iyiolinist;has ... been gained .by. hard . work. He· �arned his prominence ,by _ ten years of· concert touring, during which· ti�e he passed snccessively . through the stages of, extreme sentim�nta1ity un­ til he reached ..the "Sea" of. real senti- ... '; :.�: ". . . ... .. ment. .', When Y saye ' first . appeared in America lie was a, mature a!"tist, the recognized leader of" the Belgian school of violinists. the first profes­ sor of the violin at the Brussels Con­ ser\'a�oire.' and the possessor o(many decorations and honors bestowed upon him by variolls royalties. _ Be­ fore he had' been in America a month he was acknowledged to be the great­ est ,'iolinist 'who had visited the coun­ try for many years� Playing Is Bold aDd Delicate. A man of large and powerful physique, he plays with a bold and manly ,·igor. and yet with exquisite delicacy. He is a master of all. the beauties of, detail and has a wonder'­ fully perfect technique, but that qual· ity which places him at th� he:.d vr =-11 .�yais is his musiscal feeling and temperament. He has been compa�d to Rubenstein, He made his second tour of America in 1898. when he con­ firmed the opinion already formed as to his wonderful qualities. Tn 1899 he appeared in Berlin as soloist of the tenth Xikisch philharmonic concert. when he scored an o,'erwhelming s1tccess, being recalled some .fifteen times at the end of the concert. Ysaye made his third tour of Amer­ i'ca in the season of 1904-05, and played 104 concerts'- 'This' was . the lfIost profitable tour the great ,'iolin. i�t . made, and his share of the sea­ son's earnings was over $90.000. Of late years he has made his mark as a �o�ductor of' orchestral . concerts in Brussels. . WILL HOLD F!NALS . IN 'SPEAKING AND REt.DING CONTESTS Finals in the Vpper S�nior contest in orato�y. and in the artistic reading contest will be held Thursday night at 8 in �Iandel hall. The winner in the oratorical contest will be award­ ed the Julius Rosenwald prize of one hundred dollars, and the winner in the reading contest will be awarded the Florence James Adams prize of on� hundred dollars. Admission will be ffee. "'hich will include bag races, thrvee-. legged ��ces •. ��.c:1 a. !loop �ace. \"ill be play'�d at. 4:30. These will be iol­ l��ed�by a tug�of3�r. for which the ��merf win d¥,J,. intI) �'W\ ,;(1f'� :tnll . choose the men by 10(. At 4:J() the' Seniors will indul�c in a few dances for whkh mllsi� has been written by �Iiss Hinman. Sup­ per will be s�r\'ed by the "',lm.:n at 6 after the dancing oi oIJ-fa,,:lloncd country ·dances. The supper ',\'il! be followed by a launch ride. .\ quar­ tet of men will sing some o:-lg-inat songs compo�ed �'y �lark Savi�,:c, \\�omcn '\\'ho expect to at�end h�wc been asked _ to sign up at Lcx;ng!On hall and to pay the nt'ccssary aSSC55· ment immediatel�', Li ... ts are i!l the hands of the following W0men: Min­ na De Vries. Gertrude Fi:oh. Mar· garet For� Florence Silberberg, and \Viniired Winne. The men will sign up with Arthur O'�ei1t. The Seniors will meet at 3:15' in front of Lexing- Alice Nielsen HD Varied Career. Alice Nielsen has had, perhaps. tbe most varied ooreer that any grand opera singer on the stage today has experienced, A nath·e of Nash'\'i11e, Tennessee, "'hile �ti11 a mere child het' parents mo\'ed .to San Francisco, where her musical education began, Beginning a career in her 'teens, sing- . ing at the :famous old Tivoli, she joinedthe Bostonians as prima donna. and in a short time, so popular had she become that she was. at the bead of her own opera company, touring this country. Taking her company to Earope, she there decided to de­ Yote herself to grand open, relin­ quishing the fame and fortune tbat had come to her in the light opera ton. '_ � �. �: .' ';� .� . ... " ," ...... � :'�" . 'PRI�CE:�� ,. William' A. BradY's ,Prod�ction. of;, WITHIN THE LAW MAJESTIC· STAX'DARD VAUDEVILLE TRIXIE FRIGANZA Popular Laugh Promoter MACLYN ARBUCKLE a: CO. In a Xew Comedy THE SON OF SOLOMON A �ost Striking Drama The Fillis Family, the Magi-.: Ket­ tle, Rube Dickinson. Sealby &' Duc­ los, Mullen & Coogan, Van Bros. Prices 1S-25-5O-7S. - Tel 6480 Central G A_R-R I C K Mort H. Singer's New Musical Play, A MODERN EVE CORT .. READY· MONEY" .' 'of' STUDEBA�ER MAIL ORDERS NOW Monday, May 18- Seats Thursday ELSIE JANIS In "THE SLIM PRINCESS" With Joseph Cawthorn and Co. �f 80 ,., .: . .OLYMPIC THOS. W. ROSS In "T�E ONLY SON" ,poWERS -- ;, "Witty, original farce-Torrents of Laughter."-Amy Leslie, Daily News. cecil B; De' Mille' Presents 'THE'·IlARRIAG&NOT· ' 1· .• ':.' . COL,O'NIAL _,�he Dainty M�ical Com�dy. : THE � IlAlDBN With')OHN C •. SLAVIN Buuty Chorus of 60. Or�heStra of 26 Prices: Evenings, SOc to $1.so. , lIa�ees. 25c to $1.00. I :. pALACE Oark St., Near Randolph Phone Rand. 3414 Martin Beck, 'Managing Director RALPH HERZ Late star of Dr. Le Luxe SEUMAS MAC MANUS IRISH PLAYERS ALIIA YOULIN - HUGH J. EMIIETT Mmc. Simone de Beryl, the Parisian Beauty; Ed Morton; Earl & Curtis; Reynolds & Donegan. SUMMER PRICES Daily M2t.inee Every Night EDtire IIaiD Floor. 75c Balcony, SOC; Gallery, 2Sc. Smoking in Balcony ,. \ " ( SEATS NOW THE QUAKER-GIRL With CLIFTON CRAWFORD and tbe New York Cast. Nightly & Sat. Mat., SOc to $2 Wed. Mat., SOc to $1.50 Gao. M. Cohan's Grand Cohan and Harris, Managers. Augus�in MacHugh's Melodramatic­ Farce-Success. - OFFICER 661 Te�phoDe J114� ... ......... Ie Ora. _ u. 1. BOPPM.B TAILOR ....... ,-..... - eI o..e.- 81:: _'1 � -. (w-eu _) 8pedaJ Bate: ... Washington, June 3.- The bureau of insular affairs has just completed the selectio� of over one hundred American 'teachers for service in the Philipine islands. Th-ese young men and women come from the best uni­ ver sities, colleges. and normal schools in almost every section of tile Gnit­ ed States and were selected from a Adml •• lon 5c lever High. larger eligible list of candidates than . I' ever before applied for positions with Every Friday � � Every Friday the insular branch of the government A U D ITO R I U • I se�;�:� than eleven years 0; our edu- NOW I cational experiment there has demon- . lfagnificent Spectacular Revival strated to those who have investigated '''MIDSUMMER ' the' subject that. as a noted educator I on his return from the Orient said. NIGHTS DREA· M" :���:t7��i�:e;1::n�h�ip;��esb:�:��:: bright and inspiring a chapter of his­ tory as was ever -written," and that our insular service offers an excellent opportunity for honest. energetic and well educated young men to render a most conspicuous service for the gov­ ernment and for themselves. JEFFER,S·ON ... : ....... T ...... ,. f�"C , •• 4 ••• .. : 55� st: aDd.� Aft. ' NOVELTY PHOTOPLAY Four reels nightly of the latest moviq pictures. High cIass songs. Best of music by high ciass artists. TONIGHT War'. Havoc (War D�) All ID· the : Wash (Comedy) JuSt MarriecUComedy) Broncho Billy's Bible (Drama) Special - WEDNESDAY - Special 'The Drum1ner Girl of Vicksburg. with MENDELSSOHN'S MUSIC Chicago . GnLud Opera· Orchestra (SO Members) . CHORUS AND BALLET and the BEN GREET PLAYERS Popular Prices, 2Sc to $1.00. Seats, $1.S0� I CONFERENCE MEET IS WON BY CALIFORNIA (Continued from page 1) team, with a total of 41 1-3 points. Missouri took second, with 29 1-3; Il­ linois third. with 26, and Chicago fourth, with lS� The result was no surprise, as all critics' of western ath­ letics had predicted that the teams would finish in this order. Takes Two EVeDts. Davenport demonstrated that. he has . no equal in western colleges -in the middle 'distance runs, when he won the 440 and,880-yard runs. Dav­ enport won the 440 in 48 4-5, finishing ten yards ahead of Bermond, of Mis­ souri. 'Coyl� tied for second in the pole vault with a vault of 12 feet, while Murphy. of l1Jinois, won with 12 feet 4 1-4 inches. Kuh took fourth in the 13)..yard high hurdles, Nichol­ son, of Missouri, set a new conference mark of \ :151-5 in this event. This mark is 1-5 second below that for­ formerly held jointly .by Garrels,. of Michigan, and Smithson" of Notre Dame. The relay team added two more points to the tO�31 by finishing third to Illinois and Wisconsin. Breaks Record. Metcalf, of Oberlin, broke the two­ mile record ,by taking the. event in 9:424-5. The old mark was 9:50, and was held jointly ,by Baker. of Ober­ lin, and Steele, of Missouri. Wilson, of Coe, surprised the dash men by running the century in :10 flat. Far­ qnahr, of Ames, took the mile run in easy fashion. Kicholson was the individual point winner of the meet. He scored ·101-3 points by taking first in the l�yard high hurdles, third in the 'broad jump and a tie for first in the high jump. Davenport and \Vilson werc tfed for second, each having made two firsts. Da,·enport took the 440 and 88O-yard run�. while the Coe college sprinter took first in the 100 and 22O-yard da�he�. summary. Summary of events: Mile run-\Von by Farquahr, Ames; Wood. Ca1ifornia. second; Bradish Wi�consin. third; Calvin, Purdue, ioilrth. Time, 4:281-5. 44O-jard nm-Won by Davenport, ChicaJro; Bermond. �lissouri, secon�; Sanders, Illinois, third; Hunter, llh­ nois, iourth. Time, :494-5. lOO-yard dub first heat-Won . f)y. \Vilson. Coe; Matthews, Chicago, sec­ ond. Time, :10. Second .. t-Won by Linn, North- western; Stetztl, IlJjnois, second. Time, :101-5. Third beat-Won by Wood, Cali- fornia; Torney, Wisconsin, second. �ime, :101-5. Bureau: of Insular Mairs Comments OD Increasing Interest In Insular PosSession - One Hundred Are ChORea. Box It is gratifying to the officials to know 1hat there is such an increasing interest in its insular possessions and that it can depend upon young, Clear­ brained and clear-minded men of good education to enter its service and - as­ sist in the solution of some of the problems which daily confront it; Students and travelers in the Ori­ ent in recent years' have returned to the United States with the report that the East is to be the center of the greatest governmental activities of the twentieth century and our position in the Philippines has made it possible for those on the ground t� get an insight 'into these problems and take a very active part- in their solution insofar" as ,the participation by the United States government is con­ cerned. The' development of the American public school system in the Philip­ pines, modified to meet. local condi­ tions. has been a most remarkable one during the past ten years, yet the opportunity for further growth is very great. The organization is stilI in its primitive period and these hun'; dred young men who have just sailed from San Francisco to add their training" to the nine thousand Ameri- . can and Filipino teachers already on the ground and familiar with the lo­ cal situation, will result in a very materia! advance in the performance of our obligations in the Philippines. Final heat-Won by Wilson, Coe; Wood, California, second; Linn, Northwestern, third; Torney, Wis­ consin, fourtb. Time, :10. 120-yard high hurcl1es, tint beat­ Won by Case, Illinois; llacLise, Cali­ fornia, second. Time, :154-5. Second heat-Won by Knh, Chi ... cago; Hazen, Kansas, second. Time, :161-5. Third heat-Won ·by Nicholson, �Iissouri; Beeson, California, second. Time, :152-5. Fmal heat-Won by Nicholson, Missouri; Case, Illinois, second; Bee­ son, .california, third; Kuh, Chicago, fourth. Time, :151-5. Discus throw-\Von by Thatcher, :Missouri, distance 125 feet 53-4 inches; Anderson, Missouri, second, distance, 119 feet 17-8 inches; Butts, Illinois, third, distance 118 feet 87-8 inches; Stanley, Earlham, fourth, dis­ tance 118 feet 21-2 inches. Pole vault-Won by Murphy, Illi­ nois. height 12 feet,41-4 inches; Vail, California; Cayle, Chicago, and Gold, Wisconsin, tied for second, height 12 feet. 22O-yard dash, tint heat-Won by \Vilson, Coe; Joslyn, Iowa, second. Time, :23. , Second. heat-Won by Wood, Cali­ fornia; Cortis, IJlinois, second. Time, :231-5. • Third heat-Won ·by Linn, North­ western; Schley, Wisconsin, second. Time, :23. � 01 foot is good but slow the pace that briap Velvet tobacco to the'goaL The sdected middle �o years agiog in the wmehouse-perfect temperature .aild ftDIiIation-in two � the best is � selected for VelDet fo6aceo. Two yean' -has seeD aD Lanboe. aye the Ieaf-tLe aood &nor IIaDdS cd 1JDCCDIa .... ·trd amooIbl' AD bite ... hem aaed away .. a . perfect. iudowDe. bas ·hem �. " ' Velvet bas WOD it. race aad yoa·an:.asbd to ....,ke it I At � deaIea. : ... . SPAULDING &: MERRICK aDCAGO FuB 2 Ounce lIDS ODe omice 'hap 5c, CCJIneIIieat far ciprette aaOken Final heat-Won ,by IWilson, Coe; . \Vood, California,· second; Cortis, Il­ linois, third; Linn, Northwestern, fourth. Time. :221-5. � 88O-yard run-Won by Davenport, Chicago; Bermond, Missouri, second; Lindeberg, :Minnesota, third; Cope, Illinois, fourth,. Time, '�:58.. - .' _ 22O-Wd low hUnnes, fii.st heat­ \Von by Beeson. California; Ballard, Iowa, second. time, :Zl. , Second heat-Won by Kirksey, II issonri; lfcLise, ·California, second. Time, :25. Third heat-Won by Shaw, North­ western; Thatcher, Missouri, second. Time, :16 4-5. FlDal heat-Won by Kirksey; lfis­ souri; �cLise, California,' second; Beeson, California, third. Time,:25. Shattuck WOlDS Hammer. Ibmmer throw-Won by Shattuck, California. distance 1'58 feet 4 inches; Rice, California. second, distance 147 ieet 4 inches; Belting. Illinois, third, distance 147 feet 1 inch; Hoover, Wa-' bash. fourth, distance 133 feet 11 inches, Two-mile �-Won by Metcalf, Oberlin; Seaton, Wisconsin, second; \Vood, California. third; White, Wis­ consin. fourth. Ti�. 9:424-5. Running high ,jump-Beeson, Cali­ iornia; Xicholson, Missouri, and Elli­ son. Wa;bash. tied for first; heigb� 5 feet 11 J-8 inches; Walker. De Pauw, and Wahl, Wisconsin, tied ',for fourth; height. 5 feet '11 inches. Shotput--lWon by Rise, California. "i�tance. 45 feet 103-4 inches; Frank, :\finMsota, second; distance, 43 feet 31-4 inches; Leo. l11inoi5. �hird; dis­ tance. 41 �eet 101-2 inches; F1et�her, Northwestern, fourth; distance, 40 feet 5 inches. Relay race-Won by Illinois; Wis­ consin, second; Chicago, third. Time. 3:26. 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