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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OFFICE: The Inland Press, Heaning Block.
Both Phones .17.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H.I ANs,'00L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, . . GD. UDNUTT, '01 E
T. R. Woonaow,'00 L. A.lt. McDouALL,'01 E
A. G. BnowNE. '02. E. J. B. WoO, '(,
L.J.MaNTGoIEr,'00, W. D. HIccEY,'00M,
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on which they are to avpear.
In cha ge of today's issue
A. H. McDOUGALL
There will be a thorough "house
cleaning" in the machine shop of the
engineering laboratory during the com-
ing week. The occasion is to make
room for some new machinerywhich
is to arrive in a shrt time.
The machinery now in the shop is
being rear anged the small lathes and
all other light machinery is being
placed in the south end and the heavy
machinery will occupy the north end-.
By this arrangement, there will b5-
left a vacant space in the centre of the
shop which will be used for erecting.
The long work bench has been moved
from the east side of the shop to the
erecting floor.
The new machines to be placed in
the shop a e a Landis Universal Grind-
ing Machine, Kearney & Trecker Mill-
ing Machine, National Bolt and Nu
Threading Machine, and a Flather
Lather, 12 feet long and 17 inches wide,
with special attachments, i, e, taper
attachment and compound rest.
Grinding is an entirely new process in
machine shop practice by means of
which greater accuracy of work is ob-
tained, as for instance hardened steel
or other metals difficult to operate upon
are readily handled by this machine.
The new Milling Machine has been pur-
chased principally to prepare material
for testing purposes in the engineering
laboratory. ,
The Lathe embodies many new itn-
povements to the shop. With these
valuable additions the engineering de-
partment is enabled to offer a much
better course in machine shop practice
than it has heretofore.
Deal Mutes Football Plaers.
The Nation's Capital claims probably
the most peculiar football team in the
country. The team's signals are given
without the utterance of a word or
sound, although they are of the most
approved and complex kind. All sig-
rnalling is done by motions of the
hands, arms and head. The team is
composed entirely of deaf and dumb
mutes, organized at the Government
Institute for the Deaf and Dumb,
known as Gallaudet College.
The students are especially fond of
athletics, and always turn out strong
teams in all branches of sports under-
taken. The football team is an ex-

ceptionally strong eleven this year and
would prove very formidable against
any college team it might meet outside
of the "big four."

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

All Freshmen vs. Normals.
This afternoon at the Athletic Field
the Al- Freshmen will line up against
the team from the State Normal. The
teams, judging from previous games,
will be very evenly matched. The All
Fresh have been having regular plac-
tice, are in good shape and are confi-
dent of making a good showing against
their opponents if not winning. The
field will undoubtedly be slippery afte:
the rain, but this will hamper both
sides alike. Owing to the extremely
low admission and also to the fact that
telegraphic reports will be given re-
garding the progaess of Michigan-Illi-
nois game, there will be a large crowd
in attendance.
Marine Engineering.
A course in marine engineering and
naval architecture has been established
in the engineering depa-tment. The
course is a graduate one requiring five
years' residence at the University. The
studies for the first three and one-hale
years are the same as those in the reg-
ular engineering courses. Th special
work begins the second semester of the
senior year and continues through the
fifth year. At the end of the fourth
year th' student receives the degree of
bachelor or science in engineering, and

A High Standard
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the stocks of the many clothes makers in this country.
STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
is without question the finest pro-
duced and is ahead in every respect of the average made-to-order
garments- at about one-half the price. It is that kind of clothing
which the best dressers are looking for, and realizing this fact we
have this season purchased an unusual Large Stock of Stein Bloch Suits
and Overcoats and are in position to fit all shapes and forms from
our magnificent line of this high grade make.
Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
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at the end of the fifth year the deg ee 709 North University Ave.
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professor in marine engineering and na-
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started. The work will commence with
the s'cond semester of the present col-
lege yea.PRACTICE
An Engine for Experimental Work. Special I ic rse CA G
S4-1elt5r A LL AG MA A NDCO.

A deering rotary engine of about
twenty-five horse power has been re-
ceived at the mechanical laboratory
for experimental purposes. The ma
chine will be subjected to a series of
tests extending over about two months'
time, during which it will be run with
different pressures of steam and dif-
ferent loads. The exact amount of
steam required to operate it under tshe
different conditions will be tfound by
measurement. The object of the tests
is to determine the exact horse power
at the engine, else conditions under
whici it can be most successfully run,
and whether it can be made a com-
mercial success.
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