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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1912.

AVIATOR DEFIES

REPORT EVINCES

still considerable misun-
egarding the date that the
res must be in for the
an. By the action of the
ntrol of Student Publica-
onday, the date that all
t be'in the hands of the
extended to February 15.
ne dollar will be charged
res inserted on or before
and those submitted be-
t.ry 1 and February 15 will
ne dollar and twenty-five

aphers are dated
I those that have
nts should do so
ging editor also
tures that he can
11 who have some

;ernity section of the 1912
idy for the printers and the
c is progressing rapidly. The
are that it will be out ear-
ny previous annual.
or blanks will be ready the
:t week. The editors plan a
'e in order to get complete
i about every senior by pre-
blanks at the first meeting
:us senior classes.
E TO APPEAR SATURDAY
umber Overruns With Hu-
d Appropriate Sketches
ority number of the Gar-
of interest for both univer-
i and men, will make its ap-
ext Saturday. Several new
ill mark this issue. The
oubt Dispeller, in which all
ubmitted by sorority mem-
nswered with "impersonal
supplies a fund of humor.
ew departure is furnished
of "movilig pictures" from!

LAWS OF GRAVITY GOODLY SURPLUS
Absence of Right Breeze Alone Baseball and Track Prove Mon-
'Accounts for Failure to ev Losers; Riceip-s From
Rise Higher Football Large
'WILL FLY AMAIN THIS WEEK ELECT CANDIDATES UNANIMOUSLY
Unanimous ballots were cast in fa-
Long-heralded but ill-starred, the vor of the candidates for offices in the
glider made its initial flight yesterday meeting held in University Hall yes-
afternoon-at least, the bird-machine 1terday morning. John Coolidge, '13,
ascended several inches *rom the was elected manager of the 1912 var-
snowy terra. The absence of an east sity football team, Morton R. Hunter,
wind made a real, honest-and-truly as- '13 E, was awarded the office of sec-
cension impossible, and the would-be retary and Frank E. Shaw, '12 L, was
aviators were forced to content them- given the position of treasurer. There
selves with pulling the plane up and were no other candidates for the offices
down the hangar, located across from so the balloting was done by a motion
Ferry Field, and calculating the actual from the floor.
ascent in mere inches. . Minutes of the last meeting were
"Yes, we have at last got the glider read and approved and the retiring
off the 'ground," said Robert L. Novy, secretary, Walton S. Smith, submitted
'13, secretary of the Aeronautical So- his report upon the financial affairs
ciety, last evening. "However, we did for the past year. This was followed
not break any altitude records and a by the treasurer's report upon the
tape-measure was always ample funds and securities now in the pos-
enough to compute the distance be-- session of the association.
tween the machine and Mother Earth. AccordLig to the secretary's report
The trouble was not with the plane, the association has at present a bal-
but with the direction of the wind. The ance of $15,429.67 of which $11,929.67
first day next week when an eastern is cash in the bank and the remaining
breeze hits our hangar, you look to the $3,500.00 is invested in securities.
glider to make a real ascension." Baseball and track seems to be the
Some difficulty was encountered yes- money losers and the figures show
terday in giving the big glider a speedy that these sports were run at a decided
enough start in pulling it by hand. financial loss during the past year,
Next week it is hoped that an auto- However, the profits from football and
mobile can be secured with which to general receipts more than make up
pull the machine along at a swifter for the defipit and the association is
pace. apparently in a most prosperous con-
_ _ _ _ _ __._ _dition.
Lecture Postponed on Account of Pox. The following is a detailed report of
Because of the smallpox epidemic in the finances of the association:
Jackson, Professor W. W. Florer's lec- Receipts.
ture on "Socialism" which was sched- Football.........$40,883.89
uled for this afternoon in that city, Baseball .......... 2,370.26
has been postponed. The disease has Track, Interscholastic, etc
assumed such proportions that the au- ...........1,701.53
thorities have forbidden all publie General ..........6.6,953.83 $51,909.51
gatherings. The lecture will be deliv-
ered as soon as the ban is raised. Total Receipts .......... $80,755.17
Webster Society Holds Annual Banquet Disbursements
Fifty members attended the fifty- Football ........ $21,896.90
second annual banquet of Webster so- Baseball .......... 3,330.16
ciety last night, at the Hotel Allenel. Track, Interscholastic, etc
Dean Bates and Prof. Rood of ..the.-.-.-.-"-"- - -""-". . . . . . 4,233.65
law department were the principal General..........10,364.79
speakers on the program. Retiring Transferred to Ferry Field
president W. W. Blackney acted as Improv. Fund ..25,500.00 $65,325.50
toastmaster.
Balance on Hand January 13,
Web and Flange Dine at Union. 1912 ... ..... . .. ..$15429.67
Professor A. E. Greene, of the civil $11,929.67 inbank
engineering department, talked oa 3,500.00 in securities.

FOUR GLEE CLUB WARBI
MAKE DEBUT IN VAt
Westerman, Jacobs, Porter
to Appear at Majestic
Week as Special Pew

The debut in vaudeville of four well
known members of the University Glee
Club who will appear as a male quar-
tet at the Majestic theater is to take
place the last three days days of this
week. Starting with the Thursday
night shows the quartet will sing at
every performance. The boys will re-
ceive a large salary for their stage
work which will be limited to the Ma-
jestic engagement only and needless
to say that they will appear as special
features of the regular vaudeville pro-
gram the latter part of this week. The
men who will try for vaudeville hon-
ors are Kenneth Westerman, '12, Bur-
leigh Jacobs, Eng., '12, Howard C. Por-
ter, Post Grad., Wm. C. Trible, Lit., '13.
The vocal ability of these men is well
known.
MAY ALLOW LAWS MORE TIME.
Authorities Think Classes Should Have
Time for. Thorough Review.
Steps are being taken by the facul-
ty of the law department looking to-
ward the allowance of a longer pe-
riod of 'preparation for examinations
than that allowed by the ,rule original-
ly announced, byt tie terms of which
classes are to be held on two days of
the first examinaton week. While the
authorities feel that .the smaller num-
ber of examinations to be held this
year would make fewer days in which
to hold them .necessary, they are dis-
posed to allow time amply sufficient
for a complete and thorough review
of all subjects prior to the examina-
tion.
Formal action is expected during the
first of the coming week. While it is
not likely that the new measure re-
quiring regular recitations on Monday
and Tuesday of the first exam week
will be rescinded in toto, important
modifications are likely to be made in
certain courses. Announcements will
oe made in the classes affected.

FRESH

That the Freshn
AMeets Besid
Contest Hi
With the openi
son but a short
freshmen and so
to turn out for ti

EJRS

Should Plans
ment of Mf
Ma'erializp
Contralto V)

in former ye
Kraenzlein an
of fine materi
men appareni
while to come
chances. Bo
sophomore tea
there are man
to get in.
According
freshmen tea
meets besides
although the
schools have

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There
betwe
nishes

r con-
mem-

has been
ches from
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Milton IS
hing the
m of Mi
)rorities";

to
ion,
pal
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st of this side of the maga-
K ON TRUST DECISIONS
alley Will Discuss Edicts of
ne Court in Recent Cases.
" will be the subject of a se-
ctures which Professor -Har-
Smallev. of the economics de-

"Bridge Construction" at the bi-month-
ly dinner of the Web and Flange held
at the Michigan Union last night. Ar-
thur Morrison spoke for students of
the society on "Reclamation."
Sec. Smith Returns From Chicago.
Secretary Shirley Smith of the Uni-
versity returned late last night from
Chicago where he has been attending
a meetirg of the Business Association
a society of the administrative officer:
of middle iwestern universities. Treas-
urer Campbell is expected back from
the same meeting today or tomorrow

$15,429.67
Mr. and Mrs. Home: Heath Return
Homer Heath, manager of the Mich-
igan Union, and his, bride returned to
Ann Arbor unexpectedly yesterday
morning. According to campus rumor
the couple was not to be in Ann Ar-
bor until the first part of this week
and local friends 'were taken unawares
by their sudden return. Cigars, in
accordance with the usual custom, are
on tap at the Union clubhouse for
friends.

matter stated that t
this year had failed
mer ones had done.
brilliant prospects a
ber of likely men. r
not come up to the
as a freshmen clas
urged that all the
once. The varsity
complete and actor
are excellent chane
to win a berth.
Dean Cooley Favor
At a recent senio
Dean Mortimer E, C
attention of the el
mentor system for
carried on in the e
ment, and asked the
upper classmen to
it a success. "Any
prove the relations
dent and the facult;
the studept will 'al
by me," said Dean C
ey also suggested
seniors as a sort C

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his course on

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the 10:30
Anti 12:10

orevsb tc rta
Rev.'L. A. Barr
Morning Worship.
Bible Class for University Me
Young People's Meeting. St
Evening service "A Slit i v,
uysQn's 'InI Memori"ni'

t, Minibter
iit welc med.
Struggle as Illustrated in Ten

Photo by Rentschler
HI9NRY M. SCHUERMAN.
His characterization of Isadore, the
French waiter, brings visions of "gay
Paris."
Isadore has his troubles with the
patrons of the Hotel des Princes but
that will not phase the actor. Mr
Schuerman has had considerable ama
teure experience and speaks the ac-
cented English like a native of France

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Hutchins

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OF OBERLIN COLLEGE, SPEAKS TO MEN ON

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