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December 01, 1911 - Image 1

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Dr. G. A. Mav Finds Entering Gustave Lanson, U To-ate (Special to The Michigan Daily.)
Class Better Developed Professor, to Spoak on "The ; DETROIT, MICH., Nov. 30.-Govern-
I han Last Year's France of Today" 1T or Eberhardt ofMinnesota and Govern-
or Osborn of Michigan, who spent the
AVERAGE IS IRO M 7,0t EXAMINE LE('TURE IS FREE TO PUBLIC. day ht Detroit together with the other;
western state executives, expressed
That the averae frshman this year M. Gustave Lanson of the University their opinions concerning the much
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il hold has a more perfectly developed anato- of Paris will speak tonight in Sarah
>f these my than the freshman of last year, is Caswell Angell Hall at 8 o'clock on
the ultimatum that Dr. G. A. May, the topic of "La France d'aujourd'hui,"

discussed resumption or at netic re-
lations between the universities of
their respective states. Governor Eb-
erhardt had brought up the subject of

ie 's director of Waterman gymnasium hasunder the auspices of the university. athletic relations between the Gophers
vents him dmHe will deliver his talk in French. No and the Wolverines in the course of
hs article, arrived at, from his study of the an- admission will bepharged to the lec- his talk at the Detroit Opera House
r his pre- thropometric charts of the classmen. ture, which is open to the general pub- in the afternoon.
important Seven hundred and eighty members of lic a
ay that by the class have been measured and the In a recent report published in the es between these two great schools,"
rofession- results from these measurements have I'official bulletin of the National Society said the Minnesota executive. "Michi-
etroit and been compiled as follows: of French Professors of America, the gan and Minnesota ought to play each
et summr Average age, 18.9 years; height, 67.8 writer speaks of M. Lanson as fo other. As I said in my little speech,
ep the old pinches; weight 140.1 pounds; lung ca- lows: "o. Lanson is at the present Michigan has the habit of beating us
i all very pacity, 250 cubic inches. These statis- time the professor of most promise in but she could not find a worthier foe.
stions. Es- tics show an increase over last year's the University of Paris, and it is he Our games with you are clean and
who have figures. who personifies that which is called hard fought and there is always the
ve years. ,Out of 780 examined it was found 'the spirit of the Sorbonne.' He is a best of feeling between both sides be-
us organi- that: 3 were color blind, 204 wore thinker and the success of his career' fore, during, and after the game. But
ted to this gdsse, against 185 last year; 291 had is in no way attributed to his popular- 3 would not like to see Minnesota break
some obstruction of the nose, (deviated ity or to political pull. He is a man away from the Conference as much as
)OK, '12. septum, spurs,or large turbinate bones) who thinks and who makes others I desire to see the two schools clash."
86 had enlarged tonsils, against think. His speech is clear, and incis- "r<u tm ns ,
- 5lstya;78hdaenispesn Sure we ought to meet Minnesota,".
I)ance 135 last year; 78 had adenoids present ive-as clear every whit as the ex- said Governor Osborn. "I want to see
tert reater or less extent; .9 0 had cur- ' ressioni of his thought. " -i
er discus- vature of the spine ranging from de-pus play them but I leave it all to the
eting held cide to ve spinh casengainst 98 "12. Lanson stands in France for the boys at school to look out for that. If
s cided to very .slight cases, against 98 'support of that new method of educa-
class has last year; 14 had enlarged hearts and tion adopted in Germany in the latter they want to have it they ought to have
, one of valvular lesions. These were strong- part of the nineteenth century, and re-
Lance with ly advised to refrain from all forms of1 ently introduced into this country-th
d at Gran- athletics; 280 had .stooped or uneven seminary. He des not profess, as the ANNUAL SALE OF RED CROSS
somewhat shoulders against 262 last year; 26 old school did, to stand as possessing SEALS IS AROUSING INTEREST
the Union were tr'oubled with their hearing; 16 a limitless fund of erudition to give to
ssers" will i had goiter; 10 had hernia against 15
ssesdg r1 dr-ahis students. He works with them and Much interest on the part of univer-
ne to ap- ilast year; 54 showed suspicious signs in his laboratory with their aid he sity students in regard to the annual
of tuberculosis and were sent to the brings to light for the first time prod- Red Cross Stamp sale has been arous-
hospital where they were re-examined. ucts which their own initiative has re- ed. The seals went on sale Monday
-- One open case of tuberculosis was alized." at all of Ann Arbo's drug, book, and
;G found and he weas sent to his home; M. Lanson during his stay in Ann Ar- art stores, and at the office of the Anti-j
PUL AR. 269 use tobacco in various forms; 555 bor will be entertained at the home of Tuberculosis Society in the Medicalj
of the 780 examined knew how to Prof. Hugo Thieme. A reception will building.
polarity of !swim. be extended to him by the members of The stamps have been placed in Bar-
everal ad-' the French faculty. bour gymnasium, and Dean Jordan,
--i " hnv 1111'S Le4.gne .to Hld llTen?. wt haiz-nao mvr ygrq


tracting t
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state of cond
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they have no
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been recent
given rise t
Where defin
ing, interest
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give the or
Several of
The follo
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The annual reception and tea given

wih tasstance oeo unvermer. es
COLORED T EAM BIATTLES has disposed of a large number. Be-

g these are: "The Book- by the executive board of the Women's AGAINST TOLEDO ELEVEN. fore the week is over, they will go on for sent
nadian Magazine," "The League to the advIsory board, consis~ 'sale at all the fraternities and sorori- nunicati
d," "The New England ing of faculty ladies, will be held Sat- A large crowd, composed chiefly of ties and at the Michigan Union. Editor, Th
' "Pall Mall," as well as urday afternoon, Dec. 2 at 4 o'clock at colored students, witnessed the foot- In The \
ocal and Eastern news- the Sorosis House. ball game this afternon between a pro- Piing Up of iates Can be Avoided. 30, in an a
bhe scientific periodicals - fessional team from Toledo and a team In the office of the Committee on all pastors
.eral reading room will Thespians Pick Play Monday. composed principally of colored stu- 'on-athletic organizations is kept a list the probab
ed. Three magazines, Positive promise is given out by dents of the university. The game, of the dates of functions to be given A. to its :
been returned to the Manager Arthur G. Cohen of the Con- which was played at the fair grounds by the various campus societies. The among othi
g room in the Library. edy Club, that the choice of this year's was well fought and the 0 to 0 score committee keeps this as complete as "Finally,
Contemporary Review," play will be mnade next Monday, De-~ to try to1
fairly represents the ability of the re- possible, and all the men who have
tury,"' and "The West- cember 4. Announcement of election give up i
tmebrhptthclbwlbemi-spectivo teams. charge of class and society affairs, are
to membership to the club will be mail- requested to refer to this schedule be- gound of
11 the periodicals and ed immediately the play is chosen, and WENTY YEARS AGO TODAY. dates.This will avoid just at a
)w at the reading room these bids to the club should be in the ---ha faculty wi
prepared, and may be hands of the successful tryouts not Cornell beat Michigan 10 to 0 in a then piling up" of functions which has
k at the general library. later than Tuesday. game played at Chicago. The Manag- In o mc i e n te at. building o
rday, December 4, thiscr ing Editor of the U. of M. Daily refer- In oete' ar tinformation of ldio
open evenings, making ('hemidsts to Inspect cactone'. ced and the editor of the Cornell Sun ampust socties, for istatn th teyhave
any kind the commnitte desires that the tIyhv
m. to 10. P. M. Professor A. H. White, of the Chem- umpired. m igan Union
ical Engineering department, will take The comparison of enrollment sta- aes, addeses a te asses n Some Kinc
---- __-I. bers of the officers of all classes and
the Chemical Technology class, which tistics from Harvard and Michigan recognized campus organizations be' For two
is composed of fifty students, on one boasted 2,801 students and the eastern wireless s
pp, the managing editor ' handed in at the office or m-ailed to it icia
of their regular inspection trips to Do- chooV 2,613. .Michigans
Evening News will speak this soon as possible. The office pis open
vnng wsw spatroit and vcinity this morning. ThecyWna ensa n rdyfo each other
:ott's class in journalsm will visit h t Canadian Salt Company F TEi E _ YEARS A C TODAY. 1 , ication be
2Hber 12. e will not 12:15 to 12:45, and on Tuesday and
of Windsor, manu uacturers of fine -able Ohio State
c, but will answer ques-I Thursday, from 10 to 11 and from 12
salt; the Detroit Chemical Company. Chicago beat Michigan 7 to 6, Hersch- in as mai
an by the members of the manufacturers of sulphuric and nitric berger's wonderful kicking giving the to 12:30. across the
acids; and the Mount Clemens Sugar Maroon the victory. bor and C
Company, sugar refiners. The party President Angell was quoted as say- r Adelphi to Hold BMnquet Tonight. cause of h
lebrates Thainksgiving. will return to Ann Arbor this evening ing,"I have seen but one football game, Everything points to a rousing time act knowl
nts attended the open -- -- - -Ithat at Princeton this fall when they at the annual Adelphi banquet to be tion than
yesterday afternoon at Guild 11o4 Social Tonight. played Virginia. I thought football held at the Union tonight. E. G. Kemp able of wc
[1. Games, music and The Presbyterian Guild will enter- both brutal and stupid." will preside as toastmaster and Row- the next fi
were enjoyed by the tain at a Thanksgiving social this ev- Dean D'Ooge said," I am not in favor land Fixel, Karl Mohr and T. C. Black I do not
ening at Miiillan hall. of football." will respond to toasts. (C

Union Members apply at Union Monday for tickets, entitling them to first choice of
The ARkeld Rameses

The Awake



Dec. 13, 1

Seat Sale for Union Members Friday, Dec. 9.

General Sale Monday, Dec. 11

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