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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OVEMBER 15, 1911.

M.IE.

WAKE UP PERCIVAL VND SEE
WHAT SANTA CLAUS
BROIUJHT YOW!

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If it takes all kinds of
to make a world, it takes
to make a big football;
Here's the latest:
Mr. Fr. Rietche:
Please reserve me five t
on the middle of the Bli
about the fourth rowe.
get them Saturday mornin
dont snow or rain.
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ILEJ)It ((MMITT
President Loomis
Senior Me
Committees whic

OPIE READ.
Opie Read, novelist and story-teller, who presents, "Old Lini Jucklin," tonight
in University Hall at S:15, under the auspices of the S. L. A.

aedOUNCILFORESEES
ng. The j
stone this BIG CELEBRATION
tire board
a as im-
as entire- Taken Time by Forelock and
But the Plans for Rousing Time in
cided and Case of Victorv
Lecture. 1NUCLEUS FOR.BAND FUND REMAIN
fpharma-
muent, will On the assumption that Michigan will
ch's New beat Pennsylvania on Saturday after-
Thursday, noon, the Student Council last night
the them- appointed a committee to take charge
ture is to f the celebration that would inevitably
es of the follow such a victory. Edward Saier is
chairman, with Jacob Crane and C. J.
. Wood assistants. The plan of having
Councilmen in charge of celebrations
OF ART. has been followed for the past few
years, the nature of the work consist-
ing in general supervision over the
the Penn- bon-fire on North University avenue,
the most the festivities in other quarters of the
ture ever city, and the procuring of speakers.
ies, The The committee that had the band
's, having trip to Cornell in charge reported a
'ania har- alance of $33.50 over expenses and the
Michigan same will be placed on deposit, to be
applied toward meeting expenses of
rhich was tha next trip that the band may be sent
vigorous on

NOTED ALUMNUS
DIES IN ACCIDEN

- - enior medics
have been app
Loomis as fol
IExecutive-

man; H.
Invita
Bcrij. Douglas, '82 E,, a Well Mabel Is
Known Engineer of Detroit, 'is.
Killed in Brazil H.S.c
-- Stoops.
3 CHILDREN ARE IN UNIVERSITY. Recep
man; Lu
Benjamin Douglas, '82 E, of Detroit, Muehlig,
a prominent alumnus of the engineer- Class
ing department was killed Monday in C.StrI
ris.
an accident on the Soro Cabana rail- Pictur
road in South Brazil. It is not known W. C. Gr
exactly how Mr. Douglas met his deathJ Memor
as the cablegram which was received Etta. Tre
yesterday gave only meagre details. bosa.
Three of Mr. Douglas' children are Auditi
attending the university, Lois, ' '14, B. R. Sl
Stratford, '14 E, and Gilbert, '15 E.
They left Ann Arbor yesterday for their PREPAR
home to remain until after the funeral,
the date of which has not been decided.
owing to the fact that it is not known Ticket
how long it will be before his remains dance to
will arrive from Brazil. um on
After graduation Mr. Douglas was Pensy ga
assistant engineer of the Detroit The numr
Bridge and Iron Works from '82 until limitediL
'85. From the latter date until 1905 a by meml

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arsity
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and thte statis- j
h teams. The
by John H.
nting is by the
e on sale Fri-
dents and fac-
ey will sell at

An official toque for graduate stu- period of twenty years, he was chief
dents was also adopted at last night's bridge engineer of the Michigan Cen-
meeting. It will be blue with a solid tral railroad. In his capacity as bridge
white turn-up, and a white tassel. A engineer , Mr. Douglas accomplished
committee was appointed to confer the feat of installing a third truss in
with the merchants of the city in an the bridge over the gorge at Niagara
effort to bring a stop to the apparent Falls without in any way interfering
ability of the young Americans of Ann with traffic. In 1905 he became tun-
Arbor to secure the. official university nel engineer of the Detroit River Tun-
toques as occasion demands. The nel Co. in which position he had sole
question of a confiiscation day on the harge of the actual construction of the'
campus, similar to the one which took tunnel itself. He remained in this po-
place last spring, will be discussed at sition until the completion of the' tun-
the next meeting but it is unlikely that nel in 1910. Since 1910 Mr. Douglas
such a custom, to take place during the has been engaged in the reconstruction
winter months, will be inaugurated. i of the bridges on the Soro Cabana rail-
road in South Brazil where he met his,
SNOW COVERS FERRY FIELD; death Monday,
TAKES PLACE OF STRAW. Mr. Douglas was an alumnus mem-
her of Tau Beta Pi, the honorary engi-
e i neering society. He was also a mem-
Contrary to the general impression, ber of .the American Society of Civil
the snow which covers Ferry Field as engineers, a member of the American
it covers the ground elsewhere will not Railway Engineering and Maintenance'
interfere with the Pennsy-Michigan of Way association, as well as being
game Saturday. The snow makes as
good a covering as the field could have an ex-president of the Detroit Egi-
according to Director Bartelme and if npeering Society.
Besides the three children attending
it does not melt the.gridiron is sure to
be i god sape Thrsdy o Frdaythe University, iMr. Douglas is surviv-
be in good shape. Thursday or Friday ed by a widow and two other children.
the snow will be taken off the gridiron He was also a brother of Mrs. Louis P.
and the field covered with straw, and Hail and a cousin of Professor E. D.
by the time the straw is raked off the Campbell, both of this ,ity,
ground the turf should be in excellent "Mr. Douglas' untimely end is a dis-
shape to play upon. Should the snow Nrs Do uhtimryend s a
___ _a... -1.r-0., mh,,a ati hotinct loss to the profession," said Dean

cents,
"Ike" Fischer's orchestr
nish the music and the
floor will receive a liberal
that the compaint of forr
will be done away with.
be served as refreshments.
Tickets for the dances
cured from the Union or fr
lowing members of the
Abrams, Hannon, Povah, I
Heald, Bond, Coolidge, Turi
Beers, Baldwin, Bromley, T

ber who
an niak
and get
;hole se:
will be $
will be;

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FAR

A WAY ALUMNI PLAN
CELEBRATION FOR NOV. 18

E E'
ROOTERS,

BY

Some five hundred of Pennsylvania's
aluni, undergraduates and friends:
are coming from Philadelphia for the
ame here on Saturday. In order to af-
ford a satisfactory way of making the
trip to Ann Arbor, arrangements have
been made to run a special train. The
Pennsy supporters, traveling according
to a carefully planned itinerary, will!
leave Philadelphia on Friday afternoon
and will arrive in Ann Arbor on Satur-
day at 10 a. m. The party will leave
immediately after the game, visit Buf-
falo and Niagara Falls Sunday, and
reach home at 7:30 Monday evening.
The special rate, which includes all
expenses of the trip, is $39.50. The en-
tire trip is in charge of a committee
of students who receive all applica-
ions for reservations.

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Michigan alumni in Hawaii are lay- c
ing plans for a big Michigan dinner 1
and smoker at the University Club in B:
Honolulu on the night of November 18,
the date of the Penn game. A. C. P1
Wheeler, '86, is in charge of the ar-
rangements. The card of invitation
does not state whether detailed reports
will be received from the game or not. m

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commence to melt before Th ursday the
straw will be put on as soon as possi-
ble.
Dean Hoff Returns from Buffalo.
Dr. N. S. Hoff, Dean of the School of
Dentistry, who for the past few days
has been attending the annual conven-
tion of the Seventh and Eighth Dis-
tricts of New York Dentists in Buffalo,
returned to Ann Arbor yesterday..

Dr. Florer Deliveres Xddrehses.
Dr. W. -W. Florer returned late last
night from Grand Rapids where he ad-
dressed the'Ladies Literary Club on the
life and works of Martin Luther. He

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ith

Mortimer E. Cooley of the engineering
department yesterday. "He was an ex-
ceedingly modest, retiring and lovable

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man in every way; a splendid engineer stopped at Midland on his return and
with a profound knowledge of the fun- delivered a lecture to the pupils of the
damental principles of engineering." high school there.

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In order to raise.$100,000 for a new
.club house on the campus of Wellesley
colloge tho girls of that institution
.have resorted to shining boots.

Five men of the stock judging team Bulkely
of the Montana State College of Agri- Ann Ar
culture will visit the Missouri school have b
of Agriculture November 22. commit

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