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January 12, 1912 - Image 1

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issue of the Daily will fea-
page pictorial supplement
iedy Club and its present
ction of Sir Arthur W. Pi-
er-farce, "The Magistrie."

n cuts of
this year's
DI articles
.e careers

the Comedy Club a
the various players.

sup- Medics Have Dancing Party.
r the The fresh medics will dance tonight
at 8:30 o'clock in the new dancing
academy on Packard street. An excel-
Iver- lent program ,has been provided, and
L ap- many features will be introduced.
d ef-
d in unT rvnnn n

ny an

ly to
r for


nuIt EXruzu TlU
Dr. Cowie Says Medics aw
Smallpox Patients Only
Through Windows

,000 will be
serveq gen-
py for both
ady for the
with the let-.



ig con- "Theaters were got closed in Jack-
ss beenson.on Wednesday night on account of
n willso gt
the supposed exposure to smallpox of
ion. medical students while investigating
univer- cases in that city," stated Dr. David
e Liter- -M. Cowie who was one of the conduct-
tours-ors of the party." The senior medic
.ken up class, of about seventy students, took
niversi- the trip which had been carefully plan-
ned and sanctioned by the dean of the
. Marsh department.
ormerly "The class was in the personal
to these charge of the secretary of the state
reached .oard of health, the Jackson city health
Profes- officer, a d the Jackson school physi-
Illinois clan. No one L Ann Arbor came near
Camp. a case except through closed glass
1 be of- windows.'- Every precaution was takoa
and there is absolutely no reason to be-

trips as these are of the great-
rtance to the citizens of the
ce it places our students in a
to recognize such a dreaded

CHICAGO, ILL., Jan. 10.-Startling
displosures relative to professionalism
in conference athletics and in the Uni-
versity of Illinois especially are slated
to be made in Alonzo Stagg's purity
canpaign at the coming conference
meeting. An Illinois baseball player
recently graduated is said to have stat-
ed that to his knowledge ,there were
some sixty conference athletes who
are not amateurs.
'I4 Laws Start Social Activities.
The, fresh laws will hold their first
dance of the year at Grangers Tuesday
night, January 16, at 8 o'clock. Tick-
ets are one dollar.-
Room for But Three Left and
Four Fraternities Have
Bid for Them
An inter-fraternity conference will
be held today to decide upon the fra-
ternities which will receive the booths
wnich have not yet been allotted for
%he Junior hop. Including the door
space, which can be used, there is
enough room left for three booths and
four fraternities have petitioned for
space. Delta Chi, Alpha Sigma Phi
Phi Kappa Sigma and Acacia have sent
In petitions.
The hop committees met yesterday
afternoon at the Chi Psi house. A res-
olution was passed asking that no
flowers be worn at the hop. This cus-
tom has been followed at the hop for
the last ,three years.
The guests will be served refresh-
ments in four sections' according to:
the plan, adopted by the committee.
Eight dap4s will be set aside during
which the guests are to eat, each set
being allowed the time of two dances
A meeting of the independents will
be held at the Michigan Union tonight
at 7 :3.o'clock. The independent rep-
resentative, Dexter K. Reinhart will
conduct the meeting and will explain
all matters relating to the hop. Or-
ders for programs for 'the hop will be
taken at this time.
Lits Grab 6-O Score From Crippled
Law Team.
On the Ice rink at Ferry field yes-
terday afternoon the lits scwed their
second victory in the hockey schedule
by defeating the team from the law de-
partment by the score of 6 to 0. To
hard luck on the part of the laws can
be attributed their inability to score
a point, as they were handicapped from
the start by the loss of two of their
regular men, although the substitutes
put up a good fight throughout the
game. The lits made five of their goals
during the first half, but only once in
the second period were they able to
drive the puck past the guard of their
opponents' net.
In spite of the weather a fair sized
crowd of enthusiasts was in attend-'
ance and neither team was without its
The lineup:
Lits-Barnum, goal; Dennison,.
point; left wing, Hunting; right wnig.
Kinney; rover, Reynolds; center,
Laws-Jones, goal; Boyer, point;'

Hughet, cover point; Brand, left wing:
Haely, right wing; Bell, center. On
account of classes no rover showed up
for the Laws, and therefore the lits
dropped one man.
Referee--King; goal umpires-Chil-
son and Brown; Halves-15 and 20.
The next game will be played Satur-
day between the laws and engineers.
William R. Reynolds, '14, was elect-
ed captain of the lit team yesterday af-
tcrnoon before the game.
At Cambridge, four out of five Sen-

Only One Change in Schedule for the
Second Semester of
Last Year.
Schedules of examinations fore liter-
ary and engineering departments were
posted yesterday. The program of fin-
als, as announced, differs only slightly
from that used last semester in the
literary department.
The schedule of examinations is as
Courses with first recitation of week on
Monday or Wednesday.
At 8.-First Wednesday morning.
At 9.-Second Wednesday afternoon.
At 10.-First Monday morning.
At 1.-First Thursday afternoon.
At 2-First Tuesday afternoon.
At 3.-Second Tuesday morning..
First recitation on
At 11.-Second Tuesday afternoon.
First recitation on
At 11.-First Tuesday morning.
First recitation on
Tuesday or Thursday
At 8.-First Saturday morning.
At 9.-Second Monday morning.
At 10.-First Thursday morning.
At 11.-First Friday morning.
At 1.-Second Thursday afternoon.
At 2.-First Wednesday afternoon.
At 3.-First Monday afternoon.


"Individual Sta
Football Lea
Take Positior



First recitation on
Any hour-Second Wednesday



First recitation on
hour-Second Thursday after-


First recitation on.
Any Day


in the Eas'
last year, the
in 15 2-5, any
Sat. In the V
door meeting
pated, he to(
events, finish

At 4-6.-Second Thursday morning.
Irregular Courses.
First Friday afternoon.-
First Saturday afternooi I'
Second Monday afterno n.
Drawing 4, 4a, ' 6.
First Wednesday afterno n.
In the literary, department, exami-
nations are from 9 to 12 and from 2
to 5; in the engineering department,1
from 8 to 12 and from 2 to 6.
The first lecture hour, in the case
of courses with lectures, is to be con- 1
sidered as the first recitation of the
week in the above schedule.'
Irregular classes which cannot be
examined as scheduled without caus-
ing conflict, will be examined at one of
'he following periods: First Friday af-!t
:ernoon, first Saturday afternoon, sec-
ond Monday afternoon.

not ev

Michigan's trac
ceived a serious s
Garrels, counted
winner in the hur
Carrels, who is
withdrawn from t
advantage of a b
troit, and his reti
Lime is extremely
s Without a dout
Michigan's 1912 tr
.nore than the lo
nan. Though the
eligible last year'
aual Varsity meet
;reat things in bo
hurdles, and it wa
seasoning he wou
er, the famous "J
rack star.


President F. M. Loomis, of the ten-
first b
ior class, gave the following account
of the trip. "We were not exposed any
or- more than a resident or visitor of Jack-
ring. son who uses the street cars, theaters
Til- or hotels. We did not enter the De-
tention hospital but saw the patients
pes- through the windows. The Bijou the-
the ater, where many of the students went
qon- during the afternoon, was closed later
the in the day. The closing was only in
om- accord with the closing of the dther
theaters 'the day previous. The entire
class left Jackson-at 5 o'clock on their
special car."

.o Varsi
In add
rels wor



'ears '71 and
the histories
s and shows
ed the great-
'er seen. By
al of the na-


Omega Phi Will Meet Tomorrow.
Omega Phi will hold a social meet-
ing and tea tomorrow afternoon, from
3 to 5, at 216 N. State. Professor Til-
ley will give an informal talk on "Ger-
nany." Ellen Moore, Edna Thuner,
and Charlotte Pritchard will supply a
musical program.
Full Honors Will Not Go to Women.
Although many privileges wil accrue=
to- the bevy of soph lit girls who will
attend the leap year party tomorrow
afternoon, the heroic males will still
act in theisraccustonied capacity as do-
nors of the invitations. The leap year
features ,will be incorporated
in ,a series of special feature
dances. Prof. and Mrs. Van Tyne will
chaperone the dance.
Senior Engineers to Hold Feast.
The 1911 engineers will hold a din-
ner in the Vulcan rooms on Wednes-
day, January 17. All members of the
class who can attend are urged to
speak to the members of the commit-
tee, A. O. Dicker and H. P. Dix, so that
preparations can be tnade for them
Tickets can be had in room 226 of the
new engineering building. Dean Cooley
and Professors de Muralt and Ander-
son will speak.
Ira Davenport, star quartermiller, is
,aptain of Chicago's track team.

..-- leli
Jurists Feel Time Allowed Is Entirely en
Too Brief. w
Considerable discussion among the
st1idents of the law department has re- se
sulted from the announcement that st
regular. classes will be held on the first
:wo days of what has usually been set 1
aside as the first week of examinations.
'he feeling is manifest among the
nen in the department, especially to
among the seniors, that the arrange-
nent of examinations is open to im-
Several members of the senior class
appeared before Dean Bates yesterday ea
o explain the objections apparent ter
from a student standpoint. The facul- to:
ty has the, matter under consideration is
and it seems probable that the ar- ta
rangement for holding examinations fu
will be reconsidered and, if the sug-
-estions made prove meritorious, it
:hanges may be made. sty
The present arrangement with ref- siz
srence to the senior class provides for de
six examinations in from eight to nine co
days, the first test coming the morn-
'ng following the last day of recita- sh
tions and with another examination ar
in the succeeding day. Practically pr
none of the cases in the Practice Court jo
'ave been completed so that the sen- im
iors have this additional burden to b1(
carry during the closing days .of the el
The faculty shows a disposition to
7ive careful consideration to the sug-
gestions made by the students. Defi- of
rite information is expected before the ve

st the Aei
mpt to me
morrow. '

ell, but when i
ward he played
ason. In the C
ellar football thr
eronautical Soc
Flight if V

stains extracts
itus Angell's
rticle on the
ion, a story on
campaign, be-
ped frqm the

>m the Manistee Daily
preciation of the Ex-
Course. The other.
News, is apropos of
flee alid tells how the
issed being establish-
Michigan, which is
iles north of Ann Ar-

at this

Dr. F. F. W
'the hygien
rsitv of Mir

lors are in favor of the Honor System. week is out.

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