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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGANTHURSDAY, JANUAR

WOOD O AEEILSON FACULTY

Colee
T. {y (~ eai

fic-higan's foot- Democrgtic Candidate for Prs-5
.at athletic con- idential Nomination Saied
nade clean and to Come Jan, 190
ikering or leg-
elieves those in 3AY MAE A DRiIESS IN M)RNiN r,
ns are the ones
ndard of athet- telegram from Governor Woodrow
. e Wilson of New Jersey stating that he
not so uchai a would be in Ann Arbor on January 19
regulations that was received yesterday by County Reg-
mntests clean and ister of Deeds I. J. Abbott, who is a
upon those in
umt i eber of the Wilson executive corn-
thletic teams of mitte o the state. President Hutch-
ersi'ty to main-

Prof. F. N. Sco:t Advances a
New way of Writing En-
gish at Convention
N 4T iNTEN lE 1 FOR PUBLIC USE.
P rf. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric de-
jartment, has invented a new alphabet.
It wasl the rsuilt of a scientific Inves-
tigation which was conducted in order
to discover the smallest number of
printed marks or signs by which the
sounds of English speech may be rep-
resented to the eye. An upright stein
;1as taken as the basis of the consonan-
tal system to which projections kvere
added to the right and left. The vow-
ei ",are represented by dashes and
Th alph abet was presented at. a
meetine of the Modern Lanf1 age asso-

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of: clean, sports-ins and a numbo r of prominen mn it

Yost states that once he
iis mind not to give up
inection with football,
question but that he
the University of Mich-

the city have been endeavoring for
some time to get Gov. Wilson to stop
hero on his trip through Michigan3, the
middle of this month, but were unsuc-
cessful until yesterday.
Gov Wilson will reach here at 9:19
a. n., leaving at 1:45 t is probable that
he will deliver a speech in the Whitney
theater in the morning. Definite ar--
rangements will be made tonight when
the county campaign committee will
meet to discuss the details of his visit.

long associated with
Michigan," he says
s and alumni, that I
aem, and I do not be-
ity of Michigan has
s more deeply inter-.
a's athletic prestige,
ier good name, as re-
ition of her athletic
of battle. than I am."

for

Pr

object in ins
the same as

Li RVDIV ON

STAR. TO RE TURN,

mechani

eldc

E" CAST,

Boyle, 1910 lr 'slan P1lay r, a1y Bc
Eligibie Next Fall ^
Boyle, the phenominal quarter back
of the freshman team two years ago
is certain of returning to college, nexti
semester and will attempt to have his
studies in shape so that lie will be

e," the annual play ot
erein to be put on i
ril 26 calls for tryouts
ch will be held Janu-.
>om 203 U. Hall, from
lie nanagement of.thej
it there will be many
- good roles for pros-
es, and that as there
in this year's play,
m for new material.j
;n Psychology Class.
.y, Prof. Boucke of the
ent will deliver a se-
tures on "The Mean-
efore the clase in the'
,anguage. These lec-I
n to all who are inter-
given in the Psychol-
day and Thursday at

nan.-

TfE'S APPEAR1ANCE'

able to play next fall. The return of
Boyle is a pleasant bit of news for
followers of the WXolv r'nes inasmuch
as he was one of the best open LAel-w
dodgers ever seen on Ferry Field and
if he is up to his old time form should
be a varsity star next fall. It may be
that he will be tried at quarter but
it is more than likely that Yost will
place him at half, giving Michigan two
of the fastests backs In the country, if
Craig is again played at that position.
It is rumored that Cornwell, whom
Yost considered as the best center in
the west two years ago will also be

Ao HERE IS ALMST POSITIVE.
ib~t~lRNWadet int Ann
Arbor on the S. L. A. ticket was giv-

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en 'a boost by the leader of the pro-
gressive party himself on his recent
flier through Michigan. He then an-
nounced that the interest and atten-
tiveness .of Ann Arbor audiences made
his appearance here aliost a certain-
ty. Peter Miller, former '13 student,
accompaneled him through the state on
his tour, and is now organizing Pro-
z;ressive Republicanism in Washtenaw
county.

G'!rlsEntertained During Vaetion. 'A
The girls who were forced to remain a
in Ann Arbor during the vacation were r
entertained at the house of Mrs A. C. c
Jennings last Friday. Mrs. H. B. w
Hutchins, Mrs. M. B. Jordan, and sev- d
eral other faculty ladies were also P
present.m
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sISSOURI SORORLTIES TO ' b
SELL RED CROSS STAMPS. to
COLUMBIA, MO., Jan. 3.-Missouri's a
five sororities will sell Red Cross
stamps at the postoffice during the last
week of college. A booth has been

back but
about it.

nothing certain is known1

THE CAROL OF THE DESERTED1

R j~'IF CIbVVt -~NQ

-"Gee! Stve, it's lonesome around over there." put up in the post office; and for one
annual convention of the this burg, Why, the campus looks like "Jupiter, this sob stuff, they call pes- day each the members of the local
ogical Institute of America a cemetery, and State Street's got the simism, but you can set me down for chapters will he crlshoare ointhe sale
Pittsburg last . week, Prof. morgue looking like Woodward Avenue the king of sobbers when it comes topce
N. Kelsey of the Latin faculty, on a Saturday night." a thought of all the rest of the studes promise purchasers free advice as to
ted president. The National "That aint the worst of it," returned celebrating the season at home. Home how many of, the anti-tuberculosis
.11 stamps they ought to buy; and they
cal Society which met at the Steve, who also lives in Nomae, and who -why it sounds like Paradise to me
e elected Prof. Henry A. San- is spending Xmas in Ann Arbor. "The just now. Think of Jim and Joe and are also planning to measure each
> of the Latin faculty, to- the worst of it is I'm busted flat. Not a Charlie-all smiles now; I'll bet- mere man's allegiance to his favorite
'I've ;sorority by the number of stamps in
board. red in my jeans, and I've invited the grabbing off presents wholesale, andys
Carl Huber, professor ofthis- only girl in town to go to Granger's eating real food too. Gee! I envy those
d embryology, and director of I tonight. L 'nd me four bits, and the guys. And think of being back at the of the sale.
logy laboratory was reelected makin's." o(Id starting place where there's realI
of the American Society oi' "I'n busted too-why I haven't had folks to hand you out the real dope TRAINLOAD OF STUDENTS
s at its convention at Prince- words from guv for a blue moon-if that tcy never hear about down in NARROWLY ESCAPES WRECK.
mber 28. you depend on me to give you the these parts-and maybe there's a
- _ ---- wherewith you'll not dance tonight- queen waiting away off there who'd CHICAGO, ILL., Jan. 3.-Four hun-
r Brought Home for Burial. 'less you do what's never been done like to see you now. O lead me away dred and fifty travel worn Michigan
yin Douglas, '82 E, who was before--beat your way to Granger's. from this place. Give me back the old students froi the upper peninsula'
South Brazil about a month The worst of being broke for me is j home fireside, and I'll never holler reached here Tuesday night thirteen
If ago was buried last Thurs- this grabbing of meals. Say, this dang- 'college education' in the ear of dad hours late, after narrowly avoiding a
his home at Grosse Isle. The ling of feet. before hamburgers with, again. I'll stay there for good." wreck. A dragging fender ripping up
s brought' from Brazil for two times per diem doesn't appe al to And just then the third inhabitant of the ties while the train was going at a
the family lot at Detroit. The ne. Even TAt's has run me out and Ann Arbor brushed by and with a sub- forty mile clip was the cause of the de-
ldren of Mr. Douglas who. re I can't figure where to get the next. dued murmur offered "merry Christ- lay A more serious accident was pre--
in the university have return- JLetus move to Ypsi-only eight miles mas fellows.". only by the fact that double
lege. . way-and we might start up credit header engines pulled the train.

PRINCE?
Princeton
bers will r
on all pure
inent stori
phia, Tren
working on
'Two store:
wants of
movement
cases. Eve
elry to. ho
purchased
rates. Ann

CAMBRI]
Massachuse
will erect it
its future Y
the Cambric
er basin. I
ors that ti
campus of
the most fa
sideration.

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