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Michgan

Daily

A Reliable Directory of
Reliable Busines

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911.

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ISOrUIWES[ERNER'4 TO ORGANIZE 12 ENGINEER IS AMN ) '13
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>f Eleven, and
restimation of
Reasons As-

Ten disciples of Vulcan ascended
from the dark depths of the under-
world last night and returned to their
fiery abode, with twice as many sworn'
to fealty in the ranks of Hades. Fol-
lowing the secret solemnities attend-
ant to the reception of humans into
the band the feast of Vulcan was held
in the Union dining room. John W.
Eckhart presided as toastmaster. Dean
Mortimer E. Cooley, Professors C. J.
Tilden and H. C. Anderson, honorary
members from the faculty, spoke of the
duties which the new gods must takeI
upon themselves. The following sen-
ior engineers were initiated: "Bruce"
Beardsley, "Stan" Borleske, "Dick"1
Coombs, "Shorty" Heald, "Van" Van-
Dyke, "Bud" Parshall, "Jge" Hudnut
"Jerry",Webb, "Coop" Cooper, and
"Stub" Hannon.1

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N VY IN C Jj A SS U AALUI S.

BI3LE II

U N4 i inclue Muennront Okado-
ma ind Missouri. These Teams and J. Lits to Contest *
Steps for the organization of an For Interelass Chianipionship. *
Oklahoma and Missouri club will be The Junior laws by swamping the
taken in the near future by someof; dents 17-0, yesterday afternoon, and *
the Senior engineers by defeating the *
the students from the two states. The Juniors of that department 10-0, com- *
promoters of the club are at present pleted the trio for the interclass semi- *
endeavoring to locate all of the stu- finals. The Junior lits are the other *
dents who come from the states and team. *
will call a meeting of them at an ear-: Offiials of the law-dent game: Ref- *
ly date. eree, Murphy; Umpire, Doran; Judge. *
According to plans of the founders, Johnson. *
the club will be on the same order a: Officials of the engineering game: *
the other state societies of the campus. Referee,Murphy; Umpire, Sessions; *
The proximity of Oklahpma and Mis- Judge, Robinson. - *
souri and the fact that the interests of A meeting of the managers of the *
both communities are common, led tc semi-finals teams will be held today *
the idea of forming a joint society. It at 12:05 at the Athletic Association *
is also possible that students fror building, at which time drawings for *
Arkansas and Texas will be taken in the remaining games will be made *
to the club and the organization mad( The first contest will be Saturday "'
to represent the southwestern states. morning at 9 o'clock.
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UNION CANVASSERS FIGHTERS OF WHITE
WILL SCOUR TOWN PLAGUE RALLY HERE:
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Brisk Campaign by Picked Delegates of State Anti-Tuber-
Moto tnI et Tumn ...inc-in Q^ C - .--.-. II..-...j

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VARSITY FABLES.
By Our Own George Ade.
Now lie's Some Guy. *
Two Brothers meandered into *
our Burg in the Fall. One *
Brother took a Hunch and Join- *
ed the Union. He went down *
to the Joint on Sundays and en- *
joyed himself. The Other High *
brows of the Joint noticed what *
a Swell Guy he was and his *
Stock began to go up. *
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In his Senior Year the Other '
Brother joined the Union. The
price was still Two Bucks Four a
Bits and he looked around at
the Fine New Club House he 9
said, "This is Jake, Bub. And r;
you had to pay the Same Price 4
for the Old Club House. I slip- '
ped one over on you.
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"Chum," replied the Wise
Brother, "I paid more than you

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Over Three Fou ths of
tmploved are Kip.
Lmplovment,Says ivr
ell

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AECLARES

.JAWS

Craig's Lameness,
Rad Shoulder
Worry.

lea is Made for Judicial
Eatuc_.tion.

ray to the East toj
and players, and
for the varsity
egins to look as
irday is to be one
. There is still{
derestimating an
se bids fair to be1

HOSPITAL UNDER QIUAIRA'NTlNE .
Seven Cases Reported in Last
T1woO Days.
Four cases of diphtheria were re-
ported at the eye, ear, nose and throat
building at the University hospital and
as a result the building is now under
quarantine. Three more also devel-,

n consisted of oped at th e contagious disease hospit-
al. The cases have looked suspicious
ame lineup as. for several days, and were diagnosed;
as diphtheria Wednesday by Dr. Jame.
ecause of hold- F. Breakey, city physician. Only one
heaply that the building is quarantined at present. No
n is not to be students are included among the pa-
hi the Reserves tients.
ervation of re- PERSONNEL OF BAND HAS
asons, as Mich- BEEN DECIDED FOR YEAR
of quarters. At At
of three avail- At a meeting of the membership
a to go through committee of the band held at the
ilIan of course Michigan Union the following men
is still being were chosen to comprise the personnel
y his ankle. He of the band for the year: Cornets-;
last night and' Curry, Walthall, Lewis, Dudley, Bergy;I
Lefinite idea as Clarinets-Martinek, Anderson, Low-
shape. Picard enstein, Clewell, Lewis, Fryberger,
ors at the.helm Hanna, Stevenson, O'Hara; Altos-:
it but he too is Pyle, Sherrick, Brown, Ballard; Trom-
His shoulder bones-Snyder, Forrester, Goddard,
rt in the first Gies, Penney; Saxophone-Wilkinson;
e been bother- Baritone-Wheeler; 'Basses-Stanley,
this condition Worth; Drums-Heald, DeVoist, Har-

IVIt~Il LU LdbL. I VVV

LuiUsis JOUUIeuLI met on U

Davs
UN TENI), TO REACH

Campus
1,rOO MARK. WAXRTHLIIN )DISCUSSES PROBLEMS,

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did, in the Long Run, I acknowl-
edge, But I met a Swell Bunch *
. of Fellows, made Nineteen Hon-
orary Societies, and now I'm
Prexy of the Union."
Moral: Do it Now. *
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EW WEI ING TANKS
FOR HYDRAULIC LABORATORh
In order to check off and test thel

Forty-five picked men will start a
two day "house-to-house" 'campaign
for Michigan Union members among
university students tonight. Accord-
Ing to the plans every house and ev-
ery man in the university will be thor-
oughly canvassed within the next two
days. The campaign will close Sun-
day night and by that time the mem-
bership list, it is expected, will reach
he 1500 mark.

Seventy-five delegates representing
Anti-Tuberculosis societies of the state
of Michigan will convene today in Ann
Arbor. A full program has been plan-
ned by the committee in charge for the
visitors. All the meetings of the con-
vention will be held in Memorial Hall.
At 9:30 the board of directors will
meet in executive session, and at 11:00
a general meeting of the delegates hac
been scheduled. At noon the visitors

ey re

t any
their
o into

- rington; Leader-Fischer.
Senior Dents to Form Club.
y Senior dents will organize tomor-
r row morning at 9 o'clock for the en-
o suing year; at this time new officers
d will be elected and installed. In or-
e der to eliminate dissension which has
arisen in previous years du'e to elec-
tioneering, the faculty have taken the
matter in hand. Their new rule states
e that there shall be four offices in the
society, one of which is to be held by
each of the three dental fraternities
s and the other by the independents
t Seniors are eligible for full member-
ship, and instructors in the depart-
e ment and alumni of the society con-
- stitute the honorary members.
t
Silver Broach Goes Unclaimed.
A silver broach was found in Bar-
bour gymnasium after the Senate Re-
ception, which was held about a weep
t ago. All efforts to locate the owner
slave been unsuccessful and the pin is
still at the gym awaiting identifica-
tion.

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A meeting of the committees was
held at the Union last night and final will be entertained at the Michigan
instructions were given to the can- Union for dinner. .
vassers for carrying on the campaign. The most important meeting of the
Eachmemer ws gven lede cadssocieties will be held at 2:30 in Me-
Each member. was given pledge cards;
bulletins, a copy of the Michigan Un- morial Hall when several prominent
ion Alumnus and subscription blanks. members of the association will give
addresses. Dr. A. S. W arthin of. Ann
On the average two city blocks were s.
allotted to each man. The committee- Arbor will speak on "The Functions of
men will be expected to report to their 'tate and Local Anti-Tuberculosis As-
sub-chairman Monday night at the Un- sociations." Miss Ethel McCormick of
ion at 7:30. Those who were unable Grand Rapids will talk on "The Prob-
to attend the meeting at the Union lcms of Anti-Tuberculosis Work in the
last night must communicate with State." Dr. R. L. Dixon, secretary o°"
their chairman at once to receive their the State board of Health, will con-
te of territory and the sub- clde the afternoon program- with an
allotment ofyblank s.explanation of the uses and purposes'
scripion b s. of "The State Board of Health Car.";

- is that Kallet, the
e in the game Sat-
fair sample of wha
All reports from
ontrary it's a saf
ey will not come up
1 eleven husky men
d out that does not
stories and that is
ave found a punter,
y have not had so
is known that they
backs and that it
and considerable
Liem. If the latter
t Saturday in the
e they ought to
if not there seems
i why the pigskin
Ann Arbor.

Carl Adam's Condition Critical.
I The condition of Carl Adam, '10,
whose serious illness was mentioned
in a recent issue of The Daily, has
taken no change for the better ac-
cording to reports received here. The
attending physicians disagree as to
the ailment.
The first impression was that Mr
Adam had become blind but this is not
the case although the disease is rapid-
ly causing a loss of sight. Mr. Adam
was business manager of The Michi-
gan Daily in 1909-'10 and a student at
Harvard Law School last year. He is
at his home in Indianapolis.
Chess Club Plans Games.
That Michigan is to enter into an-
other branch of intercollegiate compe-
tition was announced last night at the
first meeting of the Chess and Check-

Prof. Rich Speaks on Good Roads.
Assistant Professor Edward D. Rich
of the civil engineering departmen'
spoke in Salem township Wednesday
under the auspices of the Farmers'
club on the general purpose of gooO
roads, and the advantage of the coun-
try plan over the township plan. The
supervisors of Washtenaw county have
already submitted this plan to the
people and it will be voted on at the
coming spring election.
Various members of the engineer-
ng faculty among them Dean Cooley
have expressed themselves as being
+ ,rongly in favor of this movement
wnich has been successful in over
thirty counties in Michigan. In no'
one of these counties where the'systeir
is in force have the people made use of
-heir power of appealing it.

accuracy of the formulae in use for'
measurements in the engineering de-'
partment hydraulic laboratory an in-
vestigation will be conducted.
The two large reservoir tanks in thy,
hydraulic laboratory will be used as
a means. of correcting the existin,
formulae. Each tank is built with it
own weighing scales and the weighing
beams are brought together so that
the weighing operation in both tank9
can be performed simultaneously by'
one man. In the bottom of each tank:
is a valve, operated by a hydraulics
cylinder, and the piston is controlled
by cocks and valves that are arranged
along side of the weighing beams
Spouting mechanism is provided tc,
direct the water first into one tanrl
and then into the other; and this al
so is controlled by power. this ar-
rangement permits the weighing, con-
tinuously of a uniform discharge o
10 cubic feet per second of water, anon,
weighing intermittently a very muc
larger quantity of water.
Senior Society Elects New MembersI
The senior society elected six wom-
en of the class of 1912 yesterday. As
yet no date for the initiation of the
candidates has been selected but it iq
I robable that it will be held next wee
The following seniors were chosen
Mary Woodhull, Marguerite Wells, Le
da Stellwagen, Gladys Greenfelder,
Grace Streibert, Agnes Delano.
Pharmics Receive Javanese .Gift.
The School of Pharmacy has re-
cently received as a gift from th-
government cinchona plantation of Ja
va, the finest collection of cinchona
bark in this country. From this wood
the drug, quinine, is prepared. The
collection will be placed in the Muse
um of Pharmacognosy.
KLEXANDER'S*RAGTIME BAND"
IS TABOOED AT ANAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS, MD., Nov. 1.-Tha'
tuneful composition "Alexander's Ra
Time Band," has been placed under
ban at the U. S. Naval Academy. Un-
able to stand the strains of this num-
ber, sweeping through the banque,
hall, the authorities have forbidden al"
whistling in the midshipmen's dormi-
tory. As long as the students limited
their melody to "Anchors Aweigh,"
the authorities did not complain, and
they even showed a disposition tc
stand for "Every Little Movement,"
and "The Barber Shop Chord," but
that latest "rag" with its stirring invi-
tation to "come and hear" proved the
last straw.

ihousands u1oA tcu -
ne accidenus o~Cur y aY
,e Lnited'S a1es hat .cu.,.. l. .
L.erted," decared Joha M -
..As address on ' Industral Aid
N Lni.ersity Hall last ni.ht.
'36,000 are killed1 or maimed an
- om industrial accidents. " in
-nited Sates three-iourhs of
.inployed are kiiied .n course o
,ioyment, which is far greater
any other country in the world "
"The conser ation of the w
wealth of the country is a nat
great concern but the conservati
.iuman resources is one of
greater importance," continued
,abor leader. "Society does not u
otand the gravity of the situation
one that concerns every person s
is the duty of every citizen to t
remedy the defects in the presen
tem.
"The inadequate laws of this co
are the cause of the larger numi
accidents as compared with fc
countries. If the lawmakers
more attention to human affairs
to abstractand useless question
tariff legislation the country wot
better off. The main object of the
err ment is to protect the liveso
people."
"In most of the states there
more men employed as fish and
. ardens than as factory inspecto
is morednecessary to protect the
of children than those of fish
game," said Mr. Mitchell,
The fact that more is paid in
fees by the injured than is obt
vl compensation for the mijurie
eived was brought out by him,.
'one third of the judges of the co
should be done away with, is the
.3r of the famous unionist. He
advocated the use of museums
achools by the state to show v
3afty devices.
in view of the fact that ther
;ncre killed in time of peace in i
xeial pursuits in one year than t-
ire casualties of the Ci. il War,
t'e Continental army in the I
iht years of the Revolutionary
why doesn't tevery American e
is every thing in his power to
rent it?"
SYCHJCLOGY TEXT WTNL-EE
TR'NSL i TED INT S? .
Prof. W. B. Pillsbury's text t6
sycholo y is soon to be transat
o Spanish by Charles L Tra
who was graduated fromu the u
ity last June. Prof. Pillsburys
.s a standard work in this countr;
the translation will be made in
to give all Spanish-speakin I
he benefit of a book already tes
American universities.
Mr. Traverso has been. tra eli
the east recently, studying socia
ditions, as a representative of t
ruvian government. He expec
sail for Peru on Nov. 9th, whe
will take a position in the dipl
service.
A Japanese professor will be t
ator at the next convocation c
University of Chicago, December
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That over 800 names were forged to
a referendum for an appropriation for
the University of Washington, has de-

veloped in the trial held
Eugene, Oregon.

last week atI

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B. Hutchins, Dean J.
rar A. G. Hall and Sec-
Smith all left Ann Ar-
to attend the annual
the Michigan State
ciation, being held this
vill speak officially at
it the other represen-
Lie university are not
>n a professional topic.

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Sale of Seats at 50
Cease.
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Cents to

The sale of student 50 cent
seats to the Syracuse game will
be stopped at 6 o'clock this af-
ternoon and after that tinie no
more tickets will be sold for less
than $1.00.

er club held at the Michigan Union _
'ast night. Games by correspondence L ESAy PRIZES OFFERED OR
with Cornell and Wisconsin, and trips ESAYS ON SOCIAL PROBLEMS,
to M. A. C., Detroit University, and I
the Toledo Chess club form part of Five hundred dollars in prizes are
the schedule now under considera- offered again this year, by N. W. Har-
tion. Over 15 men have already sig- ris, president of the Harris Trust and
nified their intention of joining the Savings bank, Chicago, for the best
club, but there is plenty of chance for essays submitted dealing with social
good en, especially checker players oblems of the day. Undergradu-
The election of onicersc cill take placer ,ates at Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wiscon-
Te Telectio ofsin, Iowa and Michigan are eligible to
next Tuesday. compete. The subjects to be written
Chicago will hold tryouts for her on this year are: "The Short Ballot,"
teams in the Central Debating League "The Corrupt Practices Act," and "The
today. Employer's Liability and Workman's
Compensation Act." Essays are limit-
HAVE YOU HE .1iD OF THE YEL- ed to ten thousand words. Further in-
LOW SOUVENIR SPORTING EXTR 'formation concerning the essays may

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