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VOL. IX, No. 55. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1898. THREE CENTS.
FINE FALL SUITINGS.
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A NEW ORGANIZATION.
The U. oil M. Teachers Association
At a citing heldini Tapptan Hall
a tietv orgfanizaition, called the8 Uni-
versity of Michigan Tleacliers Attic-
ciationt was organized. The object of
the associittioin at set forth in its con-
stituctioni is focur fold. First, ite pro.
itotioic of close acqcuainitance amtong
its meettiers; seconid, the mnuttial as-
sistanice and benefit of its niemtbero
duritig their concnectiotn witho the
Unilversity acid soubse~quenitly in the
practice of their professiont; third,
the thcorocugih investigation of pedta-
gcgicasl probclemts; acid fiorthi,lice
pcromtiocn of interest in the teachinig
Te followinig officers were elected
for the seicester: President, W. T.
Bishoip, P. G.; first vice-pcresidentt,
Kathierinie M. Kelhis, special; seconid
vice-president, Geoc. E. Rogers,
special; recordicng secretary, Mis
Ida C. liarheck '99: corresponidinig
secretory acid tretisurer, P. S. Hal-
The assocciaition wiii niect every
tither Mondcay. 'Ihe next mneetinig
cwi e hldlinccxiticMoniday eventing ini
Tappanti ail. Ptrof. B. A. Hiccsdale
ciii addrcsthe meieticig ncci ece
topic of iciterest.
Accidents in Football.
Accordicng to te statistics givencinic
Suniday's T'iiicc-Uerahd the list of
ftattlities,,hbrikeci skulls acid licmbs
for the footbcall seasio just cloed tao
beect ciever before equoaled coi the
gridiroci. 'Tie snucmcary of te list
is as followcs: Deaths, 5; frtacturecl
sknlls, 6; broken limtbs, 13; broken
collar hocnes, 11. A close perucsal of
the list, htowever, reveals the fact
that it is greatly exacecerated.PFour
Tribute to Michigan's Proflessors.
The followvicig is act abstract frcim
te surgeon-cgeneral's reptirt, beicig
senit in to him by Maj. La Garde, icn
charge oif the Siboniey division licis-
pital, Cnha. It Into especial intereAt
litre, cost tidy hecaseocthe cnen cocc-
pclimcented tirecmembhers of te factulty
buct because octe is a graducate itf the
U. of M., and one an hotnotrairy grad-
uate, the first-being V. C. Vaughant,
A. M. M. D., Phc. D., acid C. B.
Natterede, A. M., M. D., LL. D.:
"Icc cloitcg icy report of the evecnts
cchiich icave cstcectedi coo withi the
reserve division hospital of te Fiftic
crps, it is fitticig that I shcouldl testi-
fy to the lierocic deeds acid faithflfii
services of somcce of the officers: Mlaij.
Victior C. Vcaugihan,. surgeoni, 1U. S.
V., profetsor of icygiecce at the U. oit
Al., Attn Arbor, did gocid work in the
operaticig rosin, and later, lilt tug-
gestiscis and advice piertaicning to
sanitacry moatters, wvere of greaot value.
He conticnued on duty until July 12,
whlen lie wvas stricken with yeilowv
"Maj. C. B. Nancrede, chief surgeon
of divisioci, U. S. V., protfessor oif
snrgery in te U. of M., Acn arbor,
wvas niatucrally a Iproincent figure icc
the operating roocc. His advice was
socigict oct every side inc cases reqnir-
log the opiniocn of aci expert ourgeoci.
He and Maj. Vaughan brouglht us
our first ccases fromo the ecigagecmicct
at Aguadores bridge, where they
were subijected to a sharp fire fromc
te Spancishc batteries. Mect citprom-i
niecice, like tihese, who wvould cahacndcn
their icnterests in civil life thcrought
pcatriotic motives to ecigage ini the
ihazards of war wvithiout sticit, deserve
richly the ticaciks of their country-
cmecn, and I amc pleased to be able to
call te attecition of te var diecart-
mcenit to their conduct in this in-
Maj. LaGarde alto refers iccte
"bodyci of the rencits'' to "Mi.tNanc-
IOUR EASTERN GAMES.
Brief Record ofl the Various Games
Placied byi Michigan in the East.
Ini Che plst Ct'e eaoscnciitrips
hatve beeci ctice by Michigani farther
stt than Dtroiu, acnt as a cnse
iqecce the ictirist int ittr recrs
gaicnst Easterncolutleges htsccaced so
hat cioc it maiiy Ce stddCto rest etiire
ly icc the rciieiti ltrtori the last
tiip east, wvheni 'Pa'' Hennciger
witht his ciamtpioucshipc tamiof '95
gacve Harvard such it sare. Anth
tien witht crowcu, ciumire acd referee
it their favor te catter, scoricg oct a
fluke, wooc by 4 Cio 0.
Ftarthier batck initote history of our
cacts, hoever, te etstcrcgscmes
acre cittre citmerouts, ciiefly because
lure oere ciiitetms ic inte west for
Li to comcphete iwit, for Michigan ws
he first colege oticvitiersity icc Ce
vest ticply ruglby footba tll. Our fitst
elevecn wats orgtanizd ini '760acciic
78, otr first gamec ciii aothtier col-
lege wcts pltyed ictCicago, te o-
honects represecnticng Iacicic College.
So icmpossible was it to gt gaimes
wiihl westerntctllegee that ini 1879,
or first Detroit pgoto was pltyed
cithc te Univerity cf Torocto,
neither ide scoritig. The cnext year
oe seat a teaccitCocTrocto acd there
plctyedlte sticoiunciversty, this timce
iinccg by soctricp Ctiiotuchdowntcs
acid a gotal Co o dirntoscnothiing. This
owts stir first trip ccit.
Ini 1881 Ctpt. lDo Puy chalclecied
Harcvrd, Yale aciiiPritucetoic cacndall
acccccitcd. So ciiiStuttrdaty, Oct. 29,
cf thact ycear, '"outr rugbytem"i' left
for a series of conctcsts thcct it wuold
towc ie cocnsidered tbsouteic i-
pocssible to paty. Oci hicfollowuo-
tg Mondatlty tey cwrt defeted
by Hfarvard by te exceicgly loy
score cf 2 Cc 0. At occ imeChcin
te seconcdchaltof of Cis gamcce iich-
igan iadl Cliibll cithinitCociyards
f Harvtard's goal bit faici Cs
sccre. Oct Wedntesdaty ate irnoon of
the sttrnie weekle t wa cts payed acd
hic scre ristlted 11 tcc 0 iii their
favoir. Twou days later tlii smecte Ian
played Princeton, hic resulicg scre
beicng Pricetonci13, Muichigancc0.
Wheire hicse soures cceiiecmtde the
pitcamectinasttfolluos: Goatl obaicd
by touchdlcovn, 6; gocal fromc field
kick, 5; toucchownci, faiig goal, 2;
safety by opiphoetts, 1.
Toucyears laer acsc ocdcinicvasion
of Ciiieatowoas madeui. 0 chMonday,
hic 19th f Novemiber, 1-883, Wes-
lcyantiwtas victocriucs uover te owctern
teamc by a score of 14 Ccc 6. 0cc
WVteesday, of hic stmeO oeek, Yae
scorecd 7 goacls ancd tstuccih-
dicons, icc poinits, 46 Cc Michi
ganc 0. The cnextdacy JHarctard cas
pliayed, atut eicfical scoristod 4 to
o aginscittuci. Ini this gamcce Michigan
cmtice ato uiicdowcncochichite ucmupire
failed Cs see ic inte ark, acciithe
httailoas douned fr scrimmccage at
te cencter f hiefiel.''Octte fol
loicg Tu'esday, Stevens Iccstitute
was platyed, but thicumnirclacged
his decisioncs soc oftect that the
score was in doubht Both teams
claicnedte victory by a scre of 5
htall seasonc retaihy comtmienced and Clue crede's imcphortant work."
A Kodak for unfortiunate octet did clot belong Co
acny college or university. Tlue fifth Eastern Football Season.
Christm as deauthicoeuld be onuhy remcotely traced Althuoughc Cle eastern fooctbaull
lto agamce o football, as it ovas chamupionuship this year it heft uttle-
Whiy notThciumbcwh cse cCei-cc aused icy hlockjaow follcoing a cidech hetoweei Harvard acid Price-
ersidetticgeterceeyyear. scratched linger received in a gamue.toyeitscruitthtCceiis
usedito-i ieoroa tineone. Very oill be .unanuimus hut awardinug thue
godesd cc toweas C5acid even less, aq RohI oilthe Unicersitq. hecuctCcHruid rcetcids
Weidave aite okthadesciheoenn oHrar.Pictnds
choco cct's fce'.ice pay rolil of Clue University of dotes thus claii and demcandcs event
M Aiehuiguin for Clue yeasr 1897-98 ccitthoortsoithc Harvard. BuC Pricce-
6 dikMS' PhdFldGU. cut followso: Gecueral play roll, $159,- Ccciiscoredh conly sne tioucchoocnton
295.11; Ssuunoer Schocol, $4,8160.32. Yale, anud tat cute ccc a flukie, initi
-- -- Enginecerinug Departmtecut, $37,897.- game n-hi-re Yale ocuplayed Princee-
04; Lawy, $37,522.5t2; Medical, $41,- Conc, wheureas Haurvard scocred thre
11La 06.76; Pliarmcacy, $24,845.42x; touchdicowcusccc Yale acid outp~layedh
To Law ~ Dntal, $12,849.90; Hooueopiatthic, her cat every poinut of Clue gamte.
$33011; Uciversity hosptiiah, 86,789.- Harvard had Clue struccugest elevent
1a p 75; Houmuoipathtic hospital, $2,701.08. this yeaur that she ever htad it her hilt-
S e have9aIfewgooad cn-and for Clue tame period ocat $177,373.62. ler er cits. 1Hcr backs have easily
outcasseotf back filid of accy elevenc
Hcffeutt & Woodruff's ueia Mr. George Klhigler, '95, seas cite has met Ctcis year. Dihbble's
Cases ontConctracets, drownced sit Friday, at Ithaca, N. Y. payintgovas te hcost brillianut seen hut
Cloh indngfo $27li e owas dint statinug acid. broke thin east this year. 11cr enuds, Coelt,
Cloth indicg for$2 totiurcugh Cle ice. Mr. Klngler cwat rance acid Hollowlove utuplayed Yale's
Price New, pucrsuing special wourk there, prepara- ends itscwell as Pennsylvania's ends
Clothc Biaadiaa.............. $3 50 tory Cs accepting a professorshuip icc ho Chat game.
Full Law Sheep............... 4.00 te State University of Missouri. Pennutylvania defeated Cornell 12
Fine Writitng Parer foe t5c, its andcidotpec us. He cad been studying icc Germuacny to 6. Outing Co te fact that Pencnsy
te past year acid received hilt doe- coatsot of the chamcpiocuship race,
Cr's degree at Leipsic last sumnicer. the gamce did not attract much at
W auiis Bookstore His hcocme was in Manhattan) Iil. tentiou.