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December 06, 1911 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-06

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At caidy raffles are held to
as ever by Prosecuting At-
ge Burke. A cigar store
vas given his choice yes-
ing of appearing in court
the raffle. ie gave it up.
air to the regular candy
ermit these raffles to be
ed the prosecutor. "It notj
>wn the legitimate candy
; forces people who don't
. raffles to engage in the
order to hold their trade.j
as overrun with this raffle
r, and some folks are try-
the same thing going!
ear. There isn't going to
ting. The raffle game is

Two Societies Endeavor to Bir
Two members of the Executive Board "Irish Players" Here
of the Musical clubs leave this morn- Some time ago, it was ar
ing for Chicago to consult with Mr. S. that the local Anti-Tuberculosi
E. Busser of the Santa Fe system. would bring to Ann Arbor, e
They will make the final arrangements "Irish Players" or "The Piper"
for the Chicago-Los Angeles trip, and to provide funds for the wint
decide about the itinerary, returning to work. The Women's League h
Ann Arbor Friday morning. been correspon'ding with the
About forty glee clubs from various ment of the two productions
universities and about the same num- received offers for the appea
ber of orchestras, and almost five hun- one show in this city.
dred other amusement companies have The fact that both organiza
applied for the special arrangement located here has somewhat
offered by the Santa Fe this winter, matters. The tuberculosis .soc
and to furnish special entertainments the first to start communicati
for the Santa Fe officials. Tentative these companies, and it is posE
arrangements with the Northwesteri the mail, representing the
Musical clubs have been made by the league, was confused with th,
railroad. other society. There will be
rel over the matter, however
A u Tu Mthe end it is probable that at
FACULTY FORMS a of these shows, and perhaps b
appear in Ann Arbor this seas




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New Organization Will Include
118 Professors and

Deans Vaughan and Hinsdab
Banish it From th
The germ-laden roller tow
accomplices, cake soap and
all combs, are to go the w
condemned. At least this is
ion of the two present meml



T. Crane, our "friend" from
s nothing if not consistent
gh. The latest "stunt" which
s knocker of colleges has in-
is that of following up his
newspaper attacks on the
with pamphlets sent to
ibers of the engineering de-
For the last week hundreds
ents of that department have
iving copies of these pam-
title of which is "The Fu-

At an enthusiastic meeting held yes-
terday afternoon in the west physics1
lecture room, the University Club of
Ann Arbor was inaugurated by the>


members of the Michigan faculty. A+ m
constitution was adopted and officers cE

One hundred and eighteen or almost
one half of all the members of the sev-
eral faculties were present, and were
enrolled in the new organization.
fie clui will be governed by a board

I xt

The Regents will,
appoint the third mei
meeting on December
as the completed core
roller towel will go

of seven directors. The foil
>hlet Mr. Crane attacks have been elected as directorsf
University of Michigan first year: Professors Vaugha
sity of Illinois. He says Muralt, Holbrook, A. L. Cross, Bi
)schools are the "two Reeves, and Reighard. From thm
in respect to practicin'g new officers were elected as fc
on" on the persons they President, Prof. V. C. Vaughan;
to benefit. A personal tary, Prof. C. L. deMuralt; trea
on Prof. John R. Allen, Prof. E. Holbrook.

for the
n, de

ical Engineering de-
umt of certain state-
o have made.
s that the reason thel
technical schools to
are most intimately .
cience and thatthe
ously awed by any-I

Committees were also appoined to se-
cure club quarters and equipment as
soon as possible,



at it

match is now under way between
chess club of the university and
of the University of Chicago. The
cLh is carried on by mail and, as
re is but one move a day, it will
bably last most of the winter. It
i match in which all the members
each club are eligible to suggest
ys. The positions in the games ab
moves arrive, will be posted on the
b bulletin board in University Hall.
he Chess and Checkers Club has se-
ed McMillan hall as its headquar-i
for the year and will meet there!
ry Tuesday night. The teams have
as yet been chosen.
rthin Testifies its Expert Witness.
r. A. S. Warthin returned yester-
from Corunna, Mich., where he,
testifying as an expert on lead
oning in a case between the Ann'
or railroad and one of their, em-
Voodrow Wilson has received the
;est vote for the presidency in the
rlin Review's straw ballot so far..

1The, sther scientific. He then proceeds to The next social event on the ro- aughan when seen yesteraay.
ing sdefinition of science which is gram of the senior lit class is a "din- will certainly attend to the matte
ive ai ner-dance" to be held in Barbour gym- the roller towel, although a substi
c alculated to clear up the mystery in
ihat regard. nasium, Saturday, December -16. Elab- is rather difficult to find. Paper to
The courses in Electrical and Civil orate preparations are being made are not entirely a success becauset
for this party and the social commit- are often torn up and scattered ab
engineering are the particular objects
of Crane's attack. ree intends it to be the largest class after being used. Perhaps some r
____rane s attack. - function of the year. The dancing will can be secured by changing the p
start at 4 and continue until 6 p. in., ent towels more frequently; but
NO CAMPUS TICKET OFFICE when there will be intermission for would be only a make-shift as rl
FOR CHRISTXAS VACATION; the serving of dinner, after which the towels are fundamentally unsanitar
dancing will be resumed until 10 p. m. principle."
In all probability there will be no Tickets will be 50 cents and the coin- Dean Hinsdale supeested sev
joint ticket office maintained on the inittee desires all who intend going to remedies for the roller towelE
campus for the accommodation of the purchase tickets before December 14 "There are several- ways to pro
students this year. The Michigan Cen- in order that the catering may be sanitary towels," said Dr. Hins
tral is planning to sell tickets at their :promptly provided for. last evening. "Individual towels c
station during the holiday rush, and to The sale of tickets has been so ar- be furnished and attendants migh
prevent the congestion three windows ranged that there will be enough men engaged to keep strict watch over
will be put in use, and several extra present to see that all ladies are es- ery wash-room, but this would pr
ticket sellers will be on duty. No spe- corted home. bly entail too much expense. T
cial holiday rates will be offered this retically a towel upon which one
year. Home seeker's rates are availa- SOPEOMORE GIRLS TO GIVE son has wiped a portion of his ski
ble, however, to far western students FRESHMAN BANQUET SATIURDIAY not fit for another person to use.
such tickets being purchasable this practice, however, it would be at li
month on Wednesday, the nineteenth. The annual freshman spread given helpful to have present towels chan
These ti-ckets are good for twenty-five by the sophomore girls to the freshmen every day. This expedient would
days. girls, under the auspices of the Wom- of course, eliminate the real tro
In order to facilitate traffic the Mich- en's League will be held at Barbour which lies in the fact that the r
igan Central will make a change in the ! Gyrnasiumn Saturday evening, at 8 itself is infected with germs. Ther
time of the first section of the 2:33 o'clock. Mrs. Hutchins, the wives of ter of public soap, combs and bru:
train going west, December 20. The the Deans of the departments, Dean deserves fully as much attention
first section will leave the station at Jordan and Miss Bigelow will chaper- 'does the towel question, and we
2 o'clock, and the second section on one the affair. The grand march will pect to attend to them all when
schedule time. In preceding years the be led by Margaret Irving, sophomore committee is reorganized."
second section leaving at the same time- vice-p,-esident, Mary Lewis, freshman
as the first section arrived in Chicago vice-president, Maud Mills and Harriet Phoenix Club Banquets.
in advance of the preceding train. Wuster. All university women are in- The Phoenix club, composed of g
The Ann Arbor railroad and the De- vited to attend and it is expected that uates of the Detroit Western
troit United Lines have announced no several out-of-town guests will be school held its second dinner of
change in the present schedule of p-esent. An admission fee of 50 cents year at the Union last night. Cha
trains, or any special holiday rates, but will be Oiarged. Admission to the vis- Kennedy presided as toastmaster
extra cars may be run by the D. U. R. itor's g.llery is 25 cents. several members responded to toy


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