THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
st+ voters present it was decided to hold4
64fi.+ P + ;f another election for that position in
thlenashed .ally (sundays excepted) daring the thenear __uture. _
College year, at COMMUNICATION.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OcricE: The Inland Press, Henning Block. The following conmunication has
Both Phones147. been received by the DAILY:
MANAGING EDITOR. To the Managing Editor of the U. of M.
Ir. ENGELHARD, '01 L. Daily:
BUSINESS MANAGER. Thenpleasantness, incident to at-
0. It. HNse, so L. tendance npon tihe first number in
EDITORS. the S. L. A. course of entertainments
Athletic Editor, T. R. Woocoow, '00 L. gave evidence of two facts. It proved'
P. W. JONEs, '99, A. Ii. McDOUGALL, '01 E, in the first place, that the men who
F. D. EAMAN,'01 L: C. H. LUND, '00 M, have charge of that course do not
G. D. IIUDNUTT, '01 E. know how to handle a large audi-
ence. Instead of allowing the people
to enter as they came, a few at a
time, when a very few ushers could
he obscriptionpr y caw th ceA dLis2y efr have tended to all, they kept the
ooneac ay. Ntice, comuaicatioae "a addoors closed until a large crowd had
otheccmattee inlended foe publieicaon custhelag
handed in at the DAILY office before s p. in., or gathered, too large for even a numer-
fialled to the editce before 3 p. in. of the day SCr) fusest adeand
preious to that oa which they are expectedt ous corps of lshers to hanlle,
appear. 0kept the crowd standing in the pour-
Ster'e, ccStorfet'scewt hrd, oc with Busines ing rain until it had lost its temper.
Maaager .ohbcrihers will confer a favocy A similar event happened at the time
repoetiag promoptly 01 thie office aay failuof~Asmlreettetm
earier to delivee mppec. of the Nansen lecture. Let us hope
All chagee ia advetisiag emattec maci he in
the office b 4p. a. on the day previous to that that from two such experiences they
on which they are to appear. may may be able to learn the lesson.
IN CHARGEo TODAY'SI SSUE. The other fact shown was that the
P. W. JONES. students of the U. of M. are in danger
The DAILY Board meeting called of forgetting how to be gentlemen.
for today will be postponed until In spite of the fact that a fair pro.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 7 p. m. The portion of the waiting crowd was
meeting will be in the DAILY office, composed of ladies, the opening of
instead of Room 9. the doors was the signal for a terrific
rush toward the entrance. Women
Verdier Successful. were carried- off their feet, jammed
One of the stormiest class elections against doorways, crushed until they
that has occurred for years took place could scarcely breathe, and no at-
Saturday afternoon in Newberry tention was paid to the warning cry,
Hall at the senior literary class elec- "Don't push. There are ladies
tion. There were four candidates here." In fact, the few in the crowd
for the presidential honor in the who were possessed of enough gentle-
field-H. J. McCreary, of Erie, manliness to protect the ladies, were
Penn.; L. D. Verdier, of Grand jeered at and threatened. Women
Rapids; G. F. Paul, of Peoria, Ill., were forced to fight for an opportun-
and C. T. Tryon, of Bay City. A ity to breathe and to save themselves
contest arose at once over the ques- from being crushed, and no mercy
tion of voting-whether each office was shown them by men who knew
should be voted on separately or that they were crowding women. Is
whether the whole list of officers it not time for the U. of M. men to
should be voted on in one ballot, realize that it is cowardly to thus
The latter method, being much more trample upon those who are not cap-
expeditious was favored by all who able of self-defense?
desired to see the football game that Let the manliness of the students
afternoon. A very stormy scene show itself hereafter in guarding
took place over this question, which against a recurrence of such shame-
was finally decided in favor of the ful behavior. W. A.
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one ballot plan. The opposition then
moved to adjourn which, however,
was lost by a big majority and the ATHENS THEATRE.
election then proceeded without fur- Friday Evening, Oct. 28.
ther disturbance. The entire Verdier One 1ouchof eaturemates thewhole word
ticket was elected with the one ex= T ahe favorite comedian
ception of orator, there being too
many ballots cast for that office, and
another election will be necessary to MR.eUBIGBY BELL
fill that position. The following Scpported by LAucaJoYcc BeLL
were elected: President, L. D. Ver andtheoiia coman'estcody lama
<lier, of Grand Rapids; vice-presi. T-~serD co
dent, Miss Anna Barnard, of Sagi- The HoosierDoetor
naw; secretary, Earnest Lunn, of Prices 25, 50 75c, and $1.00.
Stanton, Mich.; treasurer, W. G. Seats on sale at Wahrs, on Main St., and
Chesebrough, of Detroit; football Hangsterfer's, on state St.
manager, Wm. Mack, of Ann Arbor;
baseballInanager, C. L. Niles, of ATHENS TH EATRE, Moday Eexing,
Anamoosa, Ia.; track manager,'J5 REL coc 4
Bursley, of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; poet-: SPECTACULAR
ess, Miss Bertha Vincent, of Grand
Rapids; prophetess, Miss Nellie Rice, COSV ORAVIA
of Grand Rapids; historian, C. F. OF TRADE AND ART.
Delbridge, of Detroit; member of 100-PRETTY GIRLS-100. HANDSOME
Inlander board, Miss Clara Turner, COSTUMES. FANCY DRILLS.
of Battle Creek. Dixo9ccIN oF J. HeNRY GeRLe.
The vote on president was as fol- Prices, 15 and 35 cents. Seats on Saie
lows: Verdier 127, McCreary 48, Saturday Morning.
Tryon 23, Paul 21. The only other
offices over which a contest arose UNIVERSITY
were those of orator, prophetess and SCho o Dancin
historian. Both Rheinfrank and of
Webster ran a very close race for-
riator and as there were more votes Granger's Academy.
cast for that office than there were 1,4,:pkne 14e.
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