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November 22, 1911 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-22

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t Lit and

is of the literary
dental college, all
.e university have
of available lee-r
for the coming
lecture course to
r. It is after a
s that the systeni
d and made part
me, the plan hav-
le by the $10,000
in the budget of
series there are
subjets to select
ore popularones
tlecture by Prof.
a Canal," by Mr.
raining," by Mr.
iand Prof. Moyer

A dispatch from Rockford, Ill., tells
of the death of Harry Faris Forbes,
'84, on his return Sunday night from
the Pennsylvania game. He. left Ann
Arbor Sunday morning seemingly in
the best of health, and the report that
his death was due to undue excitementf
at the game is without foundation.
Mr. Forbes was a member of the
Zeta Psi fraternity and one of the
prominent men of his class in the uni-
versity. He was the head of the Rock-
ford Malleable Iron Co., and also pres-
ident of the People's Bank and Trust
Company of Rockford.

Sc i-rr mage Puts Polish on New'
Formations to be Sprung
on NebraskansI

erent phases of the
a large number of

res on municipal lighting, paving
rater supply are scheduled.
e department of medicine offers
en subjects, and the law depart-
a number about equal. Dean
will deliver addresses on the
ne and corporation taxes, and the
nan Anti-Trust Law. Prof. Wil-
s slated for a discussion of the
d States Steel Corporation and
Lane will lecture on the "Uni-
iy of Divorce Legislation."
an Hinsdale of the homeopathic
'tment has chosen as one of his
cts "Primitive an in Michigan,"
.e will also talk on specific phases
seases. The subjects offered by
harmacy department include two
can Schlotterbeck of popular in-
, "Deception in Food and Drugs,"
Habit Forming Drugs."
)ugh tobacco, 3,000 cans of "Twin
to satisfy the rooters who will
d. the Smoker for the football
have been shipped by the Mono-
.obacco works of New York to
Michigan Union. The tobacco,
given free, by the company as an
a -. 'rn AXI ri £ rA r-.- Cl rrYT_

The usual secret practice at Ferry
Field was the order yesterday after-
noon, but there was a little diversity
in the matter of scrimmage. Despite
the lateness of the season the drill
was a long and tedious one, and the
lights had been burning for some time
before the order was given out to quit
for the day. The hard practices lend
color to the opinion that Nebraska is
going to be a harder proposition than
some people expect, and Yost is fully
aware of that fact. Those Cornhuskers
are about the best team in the west-
ern part of the big valley, and it is not
going to be a walkaway for Michigan
to take their measure.
All the regulars were in the scrim-
mage with the exception of Pontius and
Wells. The All American man is still
hobbling about on crutches but shows
improvement, and expects to get into
the battle next Saturday. There is a
little matter of sentiment that demands
that Stan be in that game. The big
half started his football career in that
part of the country and if possible he'
wants to end it there. So it's a safe
bet that if it is at all possible he will'
be in the lineup. The continued ab-
sence of Pontius from scrimmage,
seems to indicate that he is not yet in

"This country is being run by a coterie
of petty grafters who have never earn-
ed an honest dollar in their lives,"
said T. W. Craig, a mmebers of the
Payne-Webber Co., Stock Brokers, of
Detroit, in an address delivered before
the Commerce Club last night. Mr.
Craig is a firm believer in the principle:
of reciprocity. He also said that the
only way in which we will be able to
get enough wheat for our cons'umption
in the future is to aid in the develop-
ment of the Canadian Northwest.
Women's League Will Stage
Wonderful 3 Ring Produc-
tion with all the Stunts
Sawdust, cages, lemonade stains and
peanut shucks will transform Barbour
gymnasium into a real "coicus"
ground Friday afternoon when the
Women's league will stage a regular
three ring entertainment with all the
accompanying features of a big tent
Dainty misses disguised as ferocious
animals will growl at the spectators
from their cages while spangled
clowns will play all the pranks of the
profession upon the more gullible
guests. There will be amusements of
every kind that follow with a circus
and the entire performance will be put
on and acted by the league.
"One question every woman asks
and longs to know the answer,
' She asks the same, tho' she be queen;.
Or college girl, or dancer.
" What can it be that man has learn-
And women never even guessed?"
They weep, they wail, they tear their
From morn to night they'll get no
Unless they-
Come to the Women's league circus
and learn,
"What every man knows."
This is the press agent's advance up.

But it is hardly customary either in
a court of law or of public opinion to
ask a man or a school to "take the
stand" because a newspaper writer
publishes an accusation concerning a
thing of three years' standing. It may
be well to "consider our guests before
we invite them," but it is not quite us-
ual, according to the canons of ordi-
nary hospitality, to demand of our in-
vited guests that they answer the
charges of gossip,
If behind its half veiled accusations'
and its insinuations, the Daily has any
real and honest purpose, let it say so.
If it has proofs of dlirty playing by
Penn in recent games, why not show
them? If it believes that our rela-
tions with Penn are not advantageous,"
that our place is back in the Western
Conference, why not say so frankly?
To most of us, it is as vital, that the
written expression of college opinion
(of which it is generally presumed the
Daily is the organ) should be as clean
and open as our varsity athletics.
S. W. DAVID, '12 L.
I ' +
Barring- some unforeseen obstacle,
the Students' Directory will go on sale
November 30. This is ten days eetrlier
than the date of its appearance last
'Final proof corrections were made
yesterday and the book will probably
go to press this morning.
Progress of Opera This Year Shows
A Gain of Two Weeks Over
Last Year's.
Director Kempf of the Michigan Un-
ion Opera will appor.tion ,the second
half of the music at the rehearsal this

Claims Resurrection of Past Issues
Would Not Be Wise or
(The Daily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in con-
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
It may be just to the living to speak
bad as well as good of the dead, but it
is hardly wise or politic to resurrect
issues buried three years. I speak of
the editorial in Tuesday's Michigan
Daily. What pertinency to our pres-
ent relation with Penn has it? After
three hard fought games, one a tie and
the other two victories, with no pro-
tests from players or spectators con
cerning foul play, is it the act of a
sportsman for Michigan to charge its
opponent with an incident such as the
Schultz affair, even if the charge is



take a trip to
the Christma
broken out an
yesterday gaz
there may be
sition. It is u
cial whisperin
defray the ex

becomes a reality
certs to be given
stops along the roi
statement has be(
clubs but the rum
For the past fE
Fe railroad has
organizations, inic
ern colleges, in tl
reported last spri,
clubs had received
the railroad but it
or denied by the
among, the studen
there is some pros
One thing whicl
mor to some exti
the tryouts for ti
not yet been hel
has been done ra
work of rehearsin
It is the belief an
on the matter tha
caused by the pe
with some railroac
Officers and me
are mum on the
about the matter 1
the subject is qu
any conversation c
ed. Carl Macomi
Musical clubs, cc
last night and lea
to make any state
department was a.
declined to give c
Still the rumors
campus is begins
the Michigan son
the far west this w

jjTRjOIT ON i hSJt-6 "1313174ACk/ % WaLW
shape and if that is the case either i on the "big show" and the women have
be Given this Trip as Partial Carpell or Torbet will play that ex- been spending a lot of spare time in
Compensation for LossIf tremity. - collecting the animals and other curi
Eastern Trip. R IDI -osities that will be exhibited in the

In order to partly make amevds to
the cross country team which has Decoratiion is Awarded Rim at Fete
been denied a trip east this year, the Given By the University
Athletic association is going to send of Rennes.
the aggregation to Detroit on Thanks-
giving day to compete in a free for all Word has just been received. from
run over a three and a half mile course Rennes, France that Prof. James P.
to be given under the auspices of the Bird, secretary of the engineering de-
city Y. M. C. A. of Detroit. As a con- partmient, has been awarded the hon-
sequence the squad has again turned orary title, "Honorary Officer of Pub-
out for training and the time until the lie Instruction of the French Repub-
race is staged, will be devoted to stren- lie." The title which was accorded by
uous workouts for the team. .t'ie French Minister of Instruction, was
Thirteen medals will be awarded to 'given at an annual fete held by the
the first thirteen men to finish. In !University of Rennes, Brittany, on Oc-
speaking of t heaechncs tober 28, at which functirn Prof. Bird
speaking of the chances, Captain represented the University of Michi-
Beardsley when interviewed said, "I gan.
see no reason why our men should not This title which is given rather gen-
walk away with the first places at this erously to professors of French uni-
race, as the competing material from versities who have attained a rank in
all that I hear, is nothing extraordi- their profton, is no small honor for
nary" an American. Ouly in rare instances
An investigation, however, will be are they given to foreigners, and as
made before the race is put on, as to such they are -lled "honorary." On
who the competing contestants will be. this occasion. o other Americans,
A rumor has been circulated that pro-, Prof. Moody ' e University of Cali-
fessionals may enter the contest should fornia, a d P r ' 1bcock of the Uni-
the Michigan team compete. This being versity L= 1 received the hon-
the case, it would be disqualified for oi. W'-c' in r d on the matter,
future competition in any meet, on the Prof. A. j. C h, head of the de-
grounds of professionalism. Athletic partmient -f c a ice languages said,
circles here, however, put little cre- "A pretty <)rir .:.r nt to P-of. Bird andI
dence in the rumor. to the uni -c: y. : cougratulate him
heartily o ' air ig thi.; honor."
Dental Society Will feet Tonight. --- --- 1
The Senior Dental Society will hold Prof. RI "' v: :.a S'iiandusky.
its first meeting of the year this even- Prof. ... AC re-.::d lately from
ing at 7:30 in the dental building. Dr. Sandu.l, _, Ch,, w -. he has been
M. L. Ward will address the society on investigating sewerage disposal for
"Conducting a Dental Society." the State Board of Health.

Tie circus willtake the place of the
regular Friday afternoon entertain-

W. S. Mack, of Aurora, Ill., who evening, at which time Bert St. John
came to Ann Arbor Saturday to wit- will be on hand to arrange groups for
ness the game was stricken with pa- the dances.. Owing to the sudden ill-
ralysis during the game and had to be ness of Julius Wuerthner, a composer'
removed to the university hospital. of the opera music, who suffered
His condition is said to be critical. He a slight attack of appendicitis Sunday
has a son, Edward A. Mack, '12 E, in afternoon, Selsen Dickinson officiated
the university. at the piano for the chorus rehearsal
Monday night. Wuerthner expects to
'be Dents AdmIot Union Dinner. Plan. i be balk at this place tonight.


At a meeting of the senior dents yes-I
terday, it was decided to give a series
of five dinners at the Michigan Union.
This is in accordance with the offer
extended by'the Union to university
classes. The dates for the dinners
will be announced later.

The progress of the opera as coi-
pared with last year's shows a gain of;
over two weeks, and with the system of
keeping the men permanently in their,
original places, without being forced to
drop anyone because of ineligibility,f
the management feels that the pro-
duction will surpass any previously
The opera committee requests that
students who expect to enter music,
lyrics or books for next year's opera,
communicate at once with .General
Manager Cox, as it is planned to call
all such material in and accept it ear-
lier than has. been the custom.
The opera posters will be off the
press and put on sale next Monday,
and will be sold as heretofore at tenj
cents each.

Mortar Board
ation and bang
berry hall, admr
whose names
At the banquet a
which followed
Edna Thuner pi
and Hazel Wol
Grace Albert, a
of the founders
ed to toasts.
Prof. Campbell
SProf. E. D.
the freshman en
bly today. Prof
the way to stud:
plays in the en
the attitude th
should assume
The opportunit
be derived fron
will also be tou(

Kenneth C. Welch, '14 E, is the win-
ner of the $5.00 prize offered by Lyn-
don, the photographer, for the best
three cartoons to be thrown on the
screen at the Penn mass meeting. The
titles of the cartoons are "Michigan
Spirit," "The Outcome," and "Phila-
delphia Awake." They are on exhi-
bition at Lyndon's , show window.
Welch's poster was the one accepted
for the Union opera. He is on the art
staff of both the Gargoyle and Michi-
I anensian.

G. .E.


Between 700 and 800 guests were en-
tertained at the Michigan Union last
Saturday and Sunday.

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