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to air a conviction that Otis ruptured
the blood vessel in-his eye by trying to
see through the Ferry Field wall in
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1911.
Night Editor-Loren Robinson.
Watch the Leader.
While our rooting has improved con-
siderably in the 'past two weeks, we
still lack team work. One cannot, of
course, give all his attention to the
cheerleaders. But we ought to keep
one eye on the leaders and submit
,urselves to the discipline essential
to effective cheering. The desirabil-
ity of doing so was demonstrated at
Saturday's game. One of the leaders,
after having hushed the crowd to en-
able the Wolverines to make the full-
est use of a big gain, told'them not to
.heer when Michigan had the ball but
to cheer when Vanderbilt had it. The
Vanderbilt linesman overheard the re-
quest, and in righteous indignation
termed it one of the most unsports-
manlike actions he had ever witnessed
at an intercollegiate football contest.
We would recommend to the cheer-j
leader the use of more tact, and would
urge upon the rooters closer atten-i
tion and quicker response to the sig-
nals of the leaders.
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The fifth annual convention of the
Michigan Association for the Preven-
tion and Relief of Tuberculosis will be
held under the auspices of the Univer-
sity and Ann Arbor associations in
Memorial Hall on Friday, November
3. Besides the reports of committees
and officers the convention will be ad-
dressed by Dr. F. R. Waldron, pres-
ident of the Ann Arbor association, Dr.
A. R. Warthin, president of the State
Association, Ethel McCormick, secre-
tary of the Grand Rapids society, and
Dr. R. L. Dixon, secretary of the State
Board of Health.
Discuss Trusts in Law Review.,
The November Issue of the Michigan
Law Review will contain several ar-
ticles upon the trust question. Geo.
L. Clark tells of "Unenforcible Trusts
and the State Rule Against Perpetui-
ties" and Geo. W. Wickersham, of
Washington, D. C., discusses the "Re-
cent Interpretation of the Sherman
Act." Another important contribution
is by H. W. Walker, of New York, on
"The Doctrine of Supervisorship, and
the Definition of a Vested Remainder."
Professors A. H. White and W. G.
Smeaton were the principal speakers
at the Alchemists banquet held at the
Union last night. About fourteen
members of the society were present.
Dean Reed to Speak at Meeting.
Dean Reed will take part in the dis-
cussion of college entrance require-
ments. which will be the topic at the
meeting of the college section of the
State Teachers' Institute tomorrow af-
ternoon. He will make use of statis-
tic compiled by Registrar Hall, of all
students entering the university in
the last four years, and giving the
percentage of conditions, average of
units presented, etc.
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