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Yesterday's practice showed that the
candidates for the 'Varsity have the
true Michigan spirit. All reports that
certain players were disgruntled at
their treatment and had decided to re-
main away from practice were proved
untrue by the appearance of all the
regular candidates save one, and that
one had a good and sufficient reason
All the material possible is needed now
more than ever before this season and
the players are slhowing a spirit that
gives good hopes of victory on the
30th. If victory is not won on that day
it will not be their fault. That these
men have the sympathy, support and
appreciation of those following the for-
tunes of the team is evidenced by the
frequent comments heard commending
the various players for their conscien-
tious and faithful work.
The following is from Tuesday's Wis-
"The 'University of Michigan Daily'
came out in a special six-page edition
Saturday in honor of the very credit-
able showing made by the Michigan
team against Pennsylvania. Splendid
cuts are printed of the Michigan 'Var-
sity squad and the '99 Alumni team.
The Cardinal practice in printing upon
paper of the 'Varsity colors is followed
by Michigan, their special issue being
printed upon yellow paper."
Brother Cardinal's intentions are no
doubt of the best, but his memory
must be failing. The Daily has for the
past five years printed anywhere from
one to a half dozen issues on yellow
and blue paper every year. Guess
Commenting on the games which will
be played in Chicago Thanksgiving day,
the Chicago Times-Herald says: Should
Michigan defeat Pennsylvania next
week, and this result as it looks now,
is possible, the Wisconsin-Michigan
game here Thanksgiving -day will out-
shine the Marshall field attraction ne-
Even after Michign's defeat by
Penn the Wiconsin-Michigan game
will be the greatest attraction in Chi-
cago on Thanksgiving day-Stagg and
the Tines-Herald willy-nilly.
The freshmen lits. have at last got
started on their political course. Their
fSrat meeting is tobe held next Satur-
A Primatie Electric Motor.
A curious relic of the early days of
electricity.'is still preserved in the ma-
chinery room, of the electrical building
of the University. This is a primiti
electric generator, and so far as i
known it is the first generator ever in
existence on the continent of America.
In the early days of electricity a
quarter of a century or more ago, it
was decided by the University authori-
ties that one of the new fanged inven-
tions for the generation of electricity
directly from power would be most de-
sirable for demonstration purposes in
the engineering laboratory. An order
for one of the machines was therefore
placed with a firm in London, England,
known as the W. LaddnCo, for its
manufacture. After -months of waiting,
the machine arrived at Ann Arbor.
However, it would not work when first
d tried, so it was shipped back to Eng-
r land for repairs at a cost of $1,000.
y When the machine arrived a secod
time it delighted everyone by generat-
ing a very feeble and varying current.
For months after it was set in opera-
'tion the machine was the wonder of
the University, and in fact of the en-
gineers throughout the world.
After some years, however, when new
and more perfect dynamos were con-
structed for practical use under the
stimulus caused by Edison's invention
of the incandescent light, the old dyna-
mo was relegated to an obsure corner
of the laboratory, where it has re-
mained in disuse ever since.
Lately, howevr, it has become al-
most as great a curiosity as it was
years ago, but the reason is directly
the oposite. Beside the huge generators
and othepr electrical machinery with
which the laboratory is now equipped.
the old dynamo presents a most anti-
National University not Feasible.
At the last meeting of the National
Educational Association, held at Lo
Angeles, California, resolutions were
adopted in favor of the establishment
of a national university, and recently a
committee of prominent educators m:t
in Washington to discus the advisabili-
ty of such an institution and the
methods of presenting the subject to
Congress. The project was not cons:-
dered feasible and no recommendations
were made to the President. The com-
mittee includes many of the most
prominent educators in the country,
among them President Harper of Chi-
cago, Eliot of Harvard, Schurman of
Cornell, and Angell of Michigan.
The November meeting of the Board of
Regents will be held Friday, Nov. 17.
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