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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911.

he RIFLE CLUB TO COMPETE IN
art INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP SHOOT
ries
The Michigan Rifle Club met Tues-
day and elected the following officers:
UE. T. M. Roblee, president; S. M. Hamil-
ton, vice-president; E. P. Gray, secre-
Viii tary; H. R. Hildebrand, treasurer, and
R. H. G. Knoch, captain. The team will
f of be entered in the Intercollegiate In-
fdoor. Shoot the second week in Janu-
of ary. This shoot is to take the place
no- of the former Annual Intercollegiate
. to Championship, and the winner of the
Bit- Indoor Shoot will be given the trophy.
nze Nothing has. been definitely decided
all upon with reference to a range, but
the old range in McMillan Hall, and
be the Armory are under consideration.

AN NOT
f DETROIT;

rSTROTHMAN, '09, ADDRESSES
MEMBERS OF FORESTRY CLUB
"When you start out into the field,
keep your mouth shut and your eyes,
open," was some of the advice given
to the members of the Forestry Club
Wednesday evening, when they were
addressed by Sylvester Strothman, '09,
forest assistant on the Stony Creek,
Forest, California. Mr. Strothman told
of his work since leaving the universi-
ty, and gave many valuable sugges-
tions to the future foresters.
At the business meeting of the club
President Grossman appointed a com-
mittee to arrange for the annual field
day to be given by the club at the
forestry farm next spring..
NEWSPAPER CHARGE
JUDGED UNFOUNDED
Cheers of Departing Rooters.
Belie Philadelphia Press
Allegation
NO 'ABUSE OF PENN SEEN HERE.
That Michigan students were not
guilty of unsportsmanlike treatment
toward Penn rooters last Saturday, as
charged by a recently published arti-
cle in the Philadelphia Press, is the
consensus of campus opinion. For the
most part, students seem surprised at
the accusation, and absolutely no foun-
dation for its publication can be dis-
covered.
"The Press statement must be an
absolute fabrication, so far as it ac-
cused Michigan students with board-
ing the Penn train and tearing down
bunting," said R. J. Padgett, local
agent for the Michigan Central. "I was
present when the train pulled out and
at that time the Penn rooters were
shouting: 'We love you still, old Mich-

SOCIALISTS

Many Noted Lecturers
Before Student
Student Socialists ha
mental in securing a se
tures which will be del
the winter. The speak
nent figures in the wor
Arthur Brooks Baker,
Ph.D., Phil H. Callery, a
er. The fifth speaker
Stokes cancelled her en
porarily, but is expected
er. Dr. Bohn is a Mict
and held a fellowship i
in 1904. The speakers
"How We are Gouged"
War of the Classes,"
Trust Busters," (Jan.
at Work," (Jan. 22), ar
tells "Why Things Happ
The lectures will all b,
Trades Council Hall,
the auspices of both the
Party branch and the
branch of the Intercoll
There are at present thi
the Society in the univ<
growing rapidly.
Over 250 tickets at o
have already- been sol
admits to each lecture a
sides, a quantity of S
ture. C. J. Utterback, s
Ann Arbor local societ
who has charge of the c

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end

SPEAKERS.

a a walk-
extreme-
e mastiff
ig at his

Michigan Would Lose Amateur
Standing; Meet Not Under
A. A. U. Rules
WEATHER PREVENTS TRYOUTS.
Because of the fact that the Thanks-

of giving meet in Detroit is not to be held
under the auspices of the A. A. U.,
nd Michigan will not allow its cross coun-
in t y-team to compete. The news comes
n" as a disappointment to the members of
iic the -squad for they had been counting
m- on making a good showing there to
to start the year on. But if they compet-
ed, they would lose their amateur
standing and could not meet any other
college.
IE The season thus far has ben a poor
one and the varsity hoodoo seems fol-
to ]on thi t. f, te ,onditinof

ocianst U
ecretary c
ty, is the
course.

DEBATING SOCIETIES DISCUS!
RECALL IN VARSITY TRY(
Resolved: That the recall shou
adopted for all elective officers e)
judges, and the. President and
President of the United States, i
subject for the final tryout of the
sity debate. The Jeffersonian
meets the Adelphi November 25,

squa

In the

Dean Bates, Prof. Smalley, and Wal-
ter K. Towers will speak at the Smok-
er to be given tonight at 8 o'clock at
the Union by members of the Illini
Club. At this meeting plans will be dis-
cussed concerning the speaker who
will be invited here to address the
club at its annual banquet on Lincoln's
birthday. There will be "smokes," re-
freshments, and music, and any Illinois
man whether he be a member of the
organization or not is invited to attend.
This is the last opportunity that the
Illinois men will have of becoming
charter members of the club.

some trivial incident, such as the jeer-
ing of the Penn rooters by town young-
sters. Several Michigan rooters at the
Cornell game had their arm-bands din
snatched away, but we did not'charge Un

the Cornell student body with un-
sportsmanlike conduct."
Max Stanley, manager of the band,
was at the station when the Penn spe-
cial left. "If any rowdyism was prac-
ticed, it was more than I saw," he
said last evening.

dinner

sor-
trips
same

the
rm-
egin

>le date for
t on a trip
for North-
know just

hire cat, leaving only the
thing that is not.
1902 to Get Together.
lass of '02 is planning a
held in Ann Arbor next
Dr. R. W. Bunting who,
erday from a dental con-
henectady, N. Y. "The re-
in charge of the former
nt, W. S. Crego of Sagi-
Book Meets Approval.
the greatest universities
schools in the country
Prof. J. A. Moyer's new
ver Plant Testing." The
as been entirely sold outh
yer is now at work on a
i, to which he intends ad-
chapter.

Make Models of Dean's Invention.
Mr. J. H. Stevenson, head of the in-
strument room of the engineering
shops, has just finished constructing
for Dean Cooley two models of the
Cooley displacement vrecorder. This
recorder is used to measure piston dis-
placements as it can record both back
and forward displacements. Dean
Cooley invented this recorder two
years ago.
Fencers' Club Chooses President.
William S. McCormick, '12, was elect-
ed president of the Fencers' club at
the meeting held last evening. The
date of the annual fall open meeting
was set for Tuesday, December 5.
"Cons"or "Plucks"for Absentees Dec. 1.
That probable "cons" and possible.
"pluck" will result from failure to re-
port to the class on the Friday after
Thanksgiving, was the ultimatum
handed down to the engineers by As-!
sistant Dean Butts yesterday.
Opera Posters Due This Week.
The plates for the posters of "The
Awakened Rameses" have been re-
ceived from the Sprunk Engraving
Company of Detroit and given immedi-
ately to the Ann Arbor Press, which
promised to have the prints off the
press by this week. The posters will
be made up on board suitable for dec-
oration and will be sold at the book-
stores for ten cents each.

"GUN-TOTING" CELEBRATORS
ARE HAULED UP BY POLICE
Ten revolvers were confiscated by
the police Saturday evening, during
the celebration which followed the
Pennsy victory, and are held at the po-
lice station awaiting claimants. Sev-
eral of the revolvers belong to stu-
dents. A few owners have presented
themselves at the chief's office this
week for their return. Chief Apfel,,
upon returning the revolvers to the
gun "toters" gave some whtolesome ad-
vice, and issued a warning that in the
future the city ordinance relative to
the firing of revolvers within the city
limits would be vigorously enforced.
Cosmopolitan Club Meets Tonight-
K. Tanoutchi, '13, will speak on Ja-
pan and the United States in the Far4
East, and J. Bonilla, '11 e, of Colombia,
will talk on South America, at the
meeting of the Cosmopolitan club this
evening. The meeting will be held in
the Cercle Francais rooms at 7:30.
Prof. Knowlton Leaves for Nebraska.
Prof. J. C. Knowlton leaves this
morning for Lincoln, where he and
Dean Cooley will be guests of the Mis-
souri Valley Alumni Association.
Class Recital is Postponed.
Richard Sheridan's "School for Scan-
dal," which was to be given next Tues-
day by the class in Shakespearean
Reading, has been postponed until the
evening of December 4. This change
was made to avoid a conflict with the
Union Smoker on November 28.

Jervis Webba
called upon Ha:
Hannon, John :
Ltchfleld, for s
made for the cla
er for the eleve
in a body. The
ner is scheduled

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Cartoons Must be In, Monday Morn
The cartoons in the prize poster
test for the Michigan Union bang
must be handed in to Lyndon at 8
Monday instead o& 8 p. m. as anno
ed in Friday's Daily.
Chemists Will Hear Lecture.
The University of Michigan sec
of the American Chemical Society
meet this afternoon at 4:30 in r
151 of the Chemical building. M
E. Bartell, instructor in physical
general chemistry, will address
meeting on "Pore Diameters of
motic Membranes."
D. R. Scott Joins Economics Fac
Owing to the increased enrollme
the economics department, Mr. I
Scott of the University of Missour
been added to the faculty. New
tions in Political Economy I will
at 10, 11 and 2.
French Lecturer to Speak Hei
Gusatav Lancon will speak in S
Caswell Angell hall Friday eve:
December 1, at 8 o'clock under the
pices of the university. His subje
"La Fiance d' Aujourd' hui."
Graduate Secures Mormons' Mayoi
Samuel C. Parks, '11, was ele
mayor of Salt' Lake City, Utah,
close majority the first of this mo

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