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ihigan

Daily

A NN AItMOR. MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912.

LuULUD

LTSWIN FIRST

WESTERNERS ALL KNOW THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHI
"lusicians Find Many Friends in Ev
Town on Their Pa.
cliic Tour,

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MEDIC STUDENTS'

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id Twenty Seniors five Jackson
ide Officials Scare After' mal:-
ns.pox Insp ctioni Trip
pe- l
in WILL NOT BE QUARIANTINED.
rs'____
in JACKS9N, MICH., Jan. 10.-(Spe-
be cial). Twenty senior medical student,'
ne. from the University of Michigan wer-
gh responsible for the sudden closing of
ts the Bijou theater this evening. The
students arrived from Ann Arbor this
id incrning accompanied by their profes-
he sors to look over the smallpox epidem-
nd ic which is sweeping the city. By way
as of entertainment, they visited the vau-
devile theater early in the evening.
he The local health authorities appeared'
on on the scene and knowing that the col-
lege boys had been exposed to the dis-
ease, ordered the theater closted for
ial fumigation. Neither the audience nor
the players were detained but the the-
Ltrical troupes will have to have their,
rntire outfits of trunks and scenery,
fumigated before they will be allowed
'o continue to their next week's en-
agements.
At present there are five cases of
ty imallpox in the city and strenuous
neasures are being taken to prevent
a s-pread of the disease. It is not ex-
p . ted, however, that the Michigan men1
[I ill be quarantined as their visit was
made with a t iew to studying the cases
ts and every precaution was taken to dis-
infect their clothing after the tour of
nspection.

IN PUCK SERIES
£ngineering Team Loses First
Hockev Oame by Score of
6 to 3
fANY WITNESS G AIE ON RINK
First blood in the inter-department
Lockey tournament was awarded to the
1ts last night when their opponents.
thie engineers, were downed in a hard
.attle by a score of 6 to 3. The game
was a lively one from. the start, the;
:its making two goals in as many min-
ates of play. After this, however, get-
ing the elusi.e puck into the coveted
Loal was a more difficult matter and1
their remaining four scores were wellf

which the Wolverine musicians were
received by the far westerners among
whom they have been sojourning for
the past three weeks.
"I 'never saw anything likQ...the en-
thusiasm they showed," said W. C.
Trible, '13, librarian of the clubs, last
night. "The west is full of loyal Michi-
gan men and they went wild over the
clubs. In some places they did'nt
know what to make of them, it had
been so long since they had heard any

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"They all call it Ann Arbor college,
out there, but everybody knows some-
thing or somebody about the place and
they're strong for Michigan." was the
way one of the members of the musi-
cal clubs described the sentiment with

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earned and strung out through the good c
game. The
The puck stayed in neither side of brarian
territory for any length of time and be filed
both goals were in danger in nearly roborat
every period of the game. Time after enthusi
time the engineers were cheated of men frc
what seemed a certain score by the ea- tations
gle eye and ready stick of the lit goal "The
tender, and the have no reason to feel been gi
badly o, er their defeat. Thursd
Close on to flee hundred people were making
at the rink and each team had plenty lege, Mi
of ardent supporters. The ice was in entertai
,cod condition and the lights were road m
so strung that every corner of the pen to 7 tin
was illuminated and the puck plainly number
' isible. The ho
The line up: the adr
Lits-Barnum, goal; Sutherland was no
Dennison, Griffith, point; Oren, Rey- that he
nolds, cover-point; Reynolds, Spring. ey's wo
Johnson, rover; Hunting, Pressing return
left wing; and Kinney, right wing, (Texas)
Doyle, center. "The
Engineers-Herman, goal; Morrison 1 fine r
Chatel, point; Hughet, cover point; certain]
Whitman, rover; Wyman, Dudley, left tette we
wing; Ratz, right wing; Crase, center. four yo
Referee-King. Goal umpires-Jon- and sin
es and Sweeney. Timekeepers-Healy quarteti
and Hakes. Halves-20 and 15 min- a long t
utes. "The
This afternoon at 3:30 the second sung wi
tame of the series will be played at the hou
1'erry field between the lits and laws. Welling

*liege music.'

greatest
ven the
ay even!]
gradual
ichigan, c
inments
en. It
mes they

of

According to one of the employees
-f the Majestic theater, the company
vhich closed its engagement at the lo-
.al playhouse will be left without an
ngagement for the remainder of this
week as the result of the Jackson epi-
ode. The Majestic theater here and
he Bijou at Jackson are both controll-
Ad by the Butterfield Amusement com-
any and the troupe was to have open-
A in the latter theater this evening.

"ommerce Club to Enteat.tn Speaker.
Arrangements were made at a meet-
ng of the Commerce Club Tuesday,
isht to entertain Mr. Dronell of De-
-roit, on January 23. Mr. Dronell will
'peak on advertising. Plans for a
lance to take place during the first
-art of next semester were discussed
at the meeting.
One half of the Yale students are
doing into business.

time.
songs by th
ith a vim and
use down tip
;ton (Kansas

Banquet Committees Appointed.
The committees for the women's ban-
suet, consisting of representatives
from each class were appointed yes-
terday afternoon. They -are: fresh-
r,an, Lois Whipple, sophomore Mrs
Kitty Nelson, junicr Gertrude Moore,
senior, Helen Weber.

"The Ann Arbor
to a full house last n
Some of the numb
some of them sublir
they made a ready al
present."-Amarillo
At Wellington the
huskiest fi. e in the a
the night school teal
43 to 12-in favor of
Albuquerque, Pres
rele& -ave the men
ate functions.

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POSED UNION CLUBHOUSE

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WILL CONTAIN M NY FEATURES 73astm.
-rreside
.912 Hichiginensiin to Commemorate i , to
Diamond Jubilee. Earl
Because of the fact that the uni sical. I
"ersity is to celebrate its 75th anniver- :ill se
ary in June, the 1912 Michiganensian to Pro
will run a series of stories in it- vol tickets
ume this year, dealing with the rise t' ne:
Snd develcpment of the institution, an' d for
what can be expected of it in the fu- .owing
ture. ealby,
In commenting upon the article ij Iyke.
yesterday's Michigan Daily, Business
Mana er Frank E. Shaw, said: CERCI
"A :cordin; to the action of the Board
in Control, all accounts for space in
the year book must be settled by Feb- Rehe
ruary 1. This of necessity is positive- ducted
ly final, antd there can be no excep i ent C
tions made. raring
"Practically all of the class, society and pl
and organization contracts are in now Soiree,
and it is imperative that all contracts Tan. 1'
not yet attended to be taken care o" \ numl
at once." 'eature
H. E. Hoover, managing editor, said: popula
More care must be taken in the prep-. le parl
aration of copy, as it is all too vague which
now, and there are no mind readers on nost I
the staff. If there are any directions Cercle
to be made in-regard to the copy, these the Ce
-lust be specific. Furthermore, it is lance
,- bsolutely .necessary that copy be turn- nasiur
ed in immediately." y the

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$1,000,000 WILL BE R ISED FOR THIS

IBVILDNtG.

The structure, according to phn will be erected upon the sie now occrpied by the present Union building,'
The equipment of thenew clubhouse inciudes dormitorie:, gymnuisium, swiniming i:oo1, billiard roorn2, dance hall
and a number of smaller rooms to b- used as loungng, read.ng and commtt roons.

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