VOL. IX, No. 66.'
ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1898.
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WILL FORM SOCIETY. A Useful Incention. Prof. Trueblood to Lecture on
Prof. Oscar LeSeure, who has Wendell Phillips.
Senior Medics Will Organize to been at Sternberg hospital, Chicka- Prof. Trueblood will lecture on
Promote Department. mauga Park, as brigade surgeon, has " Wendell Phillips, the Orator of
resigned and will return to his work Emancipation,' before the Oratori-
At the meeting of the senior medi- as a member of the homoeopathic cal Association, Wednesday evening
cal class yesterday steps were taken faculty of the University. Being at 7:30, in Room 24, University
toward the formation of a big medi- given his choice between promotion Hall. He is desirous especially that
cal society of the University. It and going to Cuba, or resigning and all students who have appeared in
will have for its object the furthering returning to Ann Arbor, he preferred the debates or who contemplate doing
of the interests of the Medical De- the latter. so during their college course should
part by bringing its alumni back to While doing hospital duty Dr. Le- be present, as Wendell Phillips was
Ann Arbor and keeping them in Seure devised an apparatus for re- the type of modern orator who ush-
touch with the institution. ducing the temperature in typhoid ered oin a style of speaking based on
All four classes will unite in form- fever cases. It is an arrangement direct conversation. Prof. Trueblood
ing a society and the faculty will be for giving an ice bath without re- is desirous that all students of ora-
eligible for membership. Such an or- movng the patient from the bed or tory hear what ie has to say on the
ganization is destined to have a great getting the attendant or bed clothing methods of Phillips. At the close of
influence on the future of the depart- wet. The apparatus consists prici- his address he will give out some
inent. Graduates have been grow- pally of a large frame, similar to a subjects for orations, and give a few
ing away from the school here, but picture frame, made of a cloth bag, suggestions as to the construction of
they will now have an inducement to ten inches in diameter, stuffed with a speech. It will be rememberd
come back for monthly meetings, at cotton. Besides the frame there is a that all who enter the contest of this
which special lectures and demonstra- large rubber blanket. year must have their productions
tions will be given. The cotton frame is placed over the ready by Feb. 1. D. M. Ferry will
Secretary Huber of the faculty is patient as lie lies in bed, and the be unable to preside at the Pennsyl-
back of the moveerent. The class rubber blanket over the frame, being vania debate, but negotiations are
discussed a constitution as reported pressed down inside the latter, so as now on ewith one who will be wel-
by a cofmmittee. It was suggested to make a large rectangular basin coened by the stddent body.
to have a board of directors consist- with a rubber bottom. This can be
ing of one member from each class, adjusted over the patient so that the COMMUNICATION.
and a member of the faculty. This rubber bottom presses against any Editor U. of M. Daily.
board is to provide for special meet- part of the body. Crushed ice is
rgs throughout the year by alumni then heaped on the blanket, through I see that my communication re-
and other prominent medical men which the cold passes readily to the mairs unanswered by Junius Wood.
when they happen to be in town. patient. The water from the melt- HIs sympathy dodge fell flat and his
One of the chief aims will be to get ing ice settles in the lowest places in misreprertsentations are nailed. Let
graduates to return, and to keep up the blanket and there remains. When him defend himself.
interest in the department and aid in the temperature of the patient has ''A Subscriber'' now fills the
such ways as they may be able, been sufficiently lowered the blanket DALY with a column of wind and
withe ice and water may be gathered admits limself to be an ass in his own
Caley Unjustly Criticised, up and removed without danger of estimation by signing aenom de plume
spilling, after attacking me for using one.
o" the last issue of the "Keyo The device may be used anywhere, Who is he? Why will they not
Collegian"' is a writeup of the but the simplicity of its construction answer my question? Simply be-
e Michigan-Kenyon football game. and the ease and rapidity with which cause they dare not. The facts would
The following selections from the it eeay be applied make it of especial show that we could get along without
article will probably prove very value in the work of the field hospital. 'repeating, te pan collections." I
interesting to our readers. am through. DEAD BROKE.
''Michigan's interference in the Musical Notes.
second half was something remark- According to Detroit papers, Gert. A Gift to the Unicersity.
able. Nearly every kickoff was rude May Stein, who has been fre- Mr. H. A. Wetzel, secretary of
brought back to the center of the quently seen at the May festivals in the firm of Parke, Davis & Co., De-
field. Ann Arber, covered herself with troit, has recently given to the obser-
"In spite of the discrepancy ie the glory in that city yesterday. She vatory of the University an inter-
weight of the two lines, averaging 20 sang "La Mort de Jeanne D'Arc,'' esting and valuable cast. It is a
pounds to the man, Michigan never by Bemberg, a difficult aria, full of hemisphere, about two and one-half
blocked a kick. deep feeling. It has in it a lingering feet in diameter, representing the
"Caley, Michigan's left guard, strain of sweetness and pathos, ring- face of the moon, the various eleva-
has the uncoveted distinction among ling with strong contending passions. tions and depressions being indicated
his own fellow students of being a She sang it with an arccuracy and in their due proportions with extreme
'dirty' player. His interference with adequacy of tone coloring that raised accuracy. The cast is highly at-
Jahn at the end of the first half cer- her work to a very high art level. tractive in appearance and interest-
tainly justifies the distinction. He Prof. Jonas plays an engagement ing to the casual observer, as well as
was severely criticised by his own at Rochester, N. Y., next week. of great usefulness in the teaching of
rooters. Freshmen Must Attend Gymnasium. astronomy.
"Keena's goal kicking partly re The fresh lits and engineers have Literarg Note.
deemed his miserable puntinrg; only sudenlycoiniertodificute tr
one goal was a difficult one however. suddenly run into difficulty n thm Dodd, Mead & Company are about
"As an instance of the scare that matter of compulsory gymnasium to issue the authoritative book on the
- was given Michigan's rooters when work. Monday afternoon a long list Dreyfus case, by Mr. F. C. Conybeare,
, the ball was on their two-yard line, of be ters" was posted up with the whose articles in the English reviews,
some of them conceived the idea that dire threat that culprits must give over the pseudonyn of "Huguenot,'
t Director Fitzpatrick a good excuse have attracted such wie attention.
e te were playing professionals." or else land on the carpet before the Tire attriste seer-lee-laeo .
e of their department. Most of author is the son--law Max
s About 20 young people enjoyed a tea boy theheave been Muller, and owing to this connection
V the boys cla that they have been s been ble t give the oi ns of
n very pleasant Friday evening at thpresent every tine but got in wrong aseastongielhe pGeians on
recherche card party, given by Miss pesvarious distguished Germans on
Mae Darrow of 1003 E. University places. this subject, and their feeling in re-
avenue, in honor of her cousin L. C. Notice. gard to it. The book will contain
Rauch, and his fellow students, H. There will be a pupils' recital in portraits of all the prominent char-
C. King, E. W. Sanford and C. R. Frieze Memorial Hall, Wednesday acters connected with the Dreyfus
Dicky. afternoon, Dec. 14, at 4:30 p. m. case.
e our Thanksgiving Oeer-The DAILY &2.00 in Our Thanksgiving offer-The DAILY $2.00 in Our Thanksgiving Ofer-The DAILY $2.00 in
t" advance for rest of year. advance for rest of year. advance for rest of year.