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Michigan

Daily

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912.

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WANTS SALVATION
FROM DAILY GRIND
Writer Suggests Efforts By
Faculiv to Encourage
Women Students

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
ROUNDS INTO SHAPE
Cornell Comes Here November
16; Syracuse and Ohio
State Booked Earlv

orl

NO CULTURE IN CONSTANT WORK.IMAY BREAK WITH VANDERBILT

I)ENTIST EDUCATORS CONVENE,
Representatives From Six Universities
Meet Here.
The Dental Faculty Association of
American Universities will hold its
annual meeting at the Dental college
next Monday, January 22. Six univer-
sities, Harvard, Minnesota, Iowa, Cali-
fornia, Pennsylvania, and Michigan,
are members of the alliance, and each
will be represented at the coming con-
vention.
Papers will be read by the represent-
atives, and discussions will be held as
to the conduct of the universities. The
colleges named have a uniform nine
months yearjy course, standard ad-
mission requirements, and a specified
curriculum which is considered strong-
er than that of other schools. The as-
sociation hopes to strengthen the cur-
riculum and standardize dental edu-
cation, not only in this country, but
also abroad.

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ages usually devot-I
een turned over to
. This will make
a greater number
er befoyre.
Iis number is the
er drawn by Ken-
in two colors .and
d girl walking, ac-

(The Daily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in com.
muications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I would like to make a suggestion,

Slowly but surely the varsity footbal!
schedule for the coming fall is shap-
ing itself and each week brings an-
other agreement with some opponent.
According to advices, Ohio State is the

on

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with the hope that it may set some- t latest contract to be signed and the

thing moving, relative to the woman
part of the university at least.
When college first opens, there is

age contains
iceptions that
staff have of
er abounds in
an added de-
LIm" type has
)Y FOR
'ON'S WORK.

ess Rehearsal of "The
ate" Tonight With
ew Scenery. ,
ess rehearsal, which is
this evening, "The Mag-
be ready for the stage
zer which will open the
first performance. Since
m the holiday vacation'
of the cast have been
ery day with rehearsals
ard work and many tri-
ght the production to a
t promises to take first

the greatest hullabaloo of exciting and
enthusiastic gatherings. Every organ-
ization comes forward with its initia-
tive function. The women are told of
the glories of the university and all
that sort of thing. Then the attractive
members of the student body, or at
least the ones who know which fork
to use from half a dozen, drop into
sororities; the brilliant ones are picked
up by Omega Phi, by Senior Society, or
various honor organizations, and the
majority fall into the honored posi-
tion of just being the mass of the stu-
dent body.
As a rule the typical member lives in
a small room, boards around the cor-
ner, and says "how do you do" to the1
other women in the house. Is it sug-
gested to do social service work fori
the "maids" of Ann Arbor? I think1
we might apply it right here.
It is a dull thing to grind unremit-
tingly. The student with a conscience1
is bound to do it, if there is nothing to
pull her away. Here is my suggestion:1
Why not have a greater number of fac--
ulty receptions? Surely our profes-
sors could spare a few minutes and by1
this association make the subject1
which they teach more vital to the4
student. And let us have, places where
groups may gather to meet faculty
wives and get from them the examplec

game is scheduled to take place at
Columbus on October 19th. The dis-
patch also states that Michigan was
anxious to have it on October 12, but
finally gave in.
Pennsylvania has not yet decided
which of the two dates offered by
Michigan she will accept and may not
do so for a week or two. November 9,
and November 23 are the two available
days and the contest will be played at
Philadelphia. It is also practically
certain that Cornell will appear on
Ferry Field November 16, and this will
be the big game at home. Syracuse is

Y.W.C.A. Dates Carrie Jacobs Bond.
Carrie Jacobs Bond who is to speak
here under the auspices of the Y. W. C.
A. has been booked to come on March
8. She is the author of many well
known poplar songs, "Just A Wearyin
for You," "De Las' Long Rest," etc.
JANUARY THAW TEMPORARILY
BREAKS UP HOCKEY SCHEDULE

will be hosts today,
of nine and one, t
distinguished visitc
honored the town
Woodrow Wilson,
dent, governor, and
bility. Governor '
this morning on t
Detroit where he m
yesterday. Followi
Memorial hall, he
dress at the WhitnE

to De playea there on Octob.ers 2.
This incomplete schedule offers The "January thaw" arrived Wed-
many possibilities in regard to other nesday and caused the ruination of the
teams to be taken on this year. A local ice rinks, putting a temporary
recent dispatch frdm Nebraska stated stop to hockey playing. The scientists
that it was probable that the Corn- and laws, who,were scheduled to meet
huskers would play here but accord- Thursday night at Weinberg's, were
ing to the local authorities, the con- forced to postpone their game until
tract was only for one year and no ne- some future time . when the weather'
gotiations have been opened regarding should furnish some skating.
the coming fall. It is entirely possible In the event of a failure to complete
that Nebraska will not be played at the schedule on account of weather
all. Vanderbilt has taken up with conditions the championship will go
Harvard and may not play here, al- to the lits, who by winning all of their
though the open date of November 2 games have clinched the prize. The
would indicate that perhaps it is the insignia on the jerseys to be awarded
team to have that date. It is proba- the "champs" by the Athletic Associa-
ble that the usual opening game with tion will be the crossed hockey sticks
Case will be repeated and the Aggies without numerals.
a'.c get a game. If Penn picks the
23rd of November it will leave the 9th Local Alumnus Club Secretary.
open, and this presents a question as to S. W. Beakes, '83 L, City Assessor

by a sub
Universit
local citi
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address,
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is sched

The last "undress" rehearsal of the
play was held yesterday in the Whit-
ney theater. Director St. John, who
was expected to be present, failed to
arrive but telephoned from Detroit
that he had been forced to remain in
the city and look after the elaborate'
scenery which is to be used by the
Comedy Club. From his message it ap-
pears that the scenic artists have been
true to their genius, which requires
that they delay at the last moment and
the Director was compelled to spend
his time upon the "scene bridge," urg-
ing the artists to hurry and complete
their task. However, he stated that
the sets were ready and that they
would be shipped last night. It is
expected that they will arrive this
morning and will at once be unloaded
and set up on the local stage.
The inclement weather caused r,
slight falling off in the sale of tickets
for Saturday night's performance. Thrc
sale of tickets will be continued at the
Whitney box office until the rising o'
the curtain.
PREPARATIONS UNDER WAY
FOR INTER-CLASS MEETS
Dr. Kraenzlein last evening address-
ed a meeting of about a dozen class
track managers concerning their du-
ties and plans for the coming season
A schedule was arranged and the first
meet is to take place about March 2
The same regulations with regard tc
class teams contesting in the separate
departments, and then the department
victors meeting to decide the inter-de-'
partment champioship will be adhered
to. Dr. Kraenzlein has already begun
rounding up the men and putting them

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be held
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of culture incorporated into real ev- who will be the opponent on that day was elected State Secretary of the Wil-
ery day living. Or let us have groups But until the full schedule is announc- son Club of Michigan, at a meeting of
that will meet simply to create that at- ed nothing is absolutely decided, the club in Detroit yesterday. He will
mosphere that is so necessary to the though the present four games that make Detroit his political headquar-
(Continued on Page 4.) are scheduled will probably stand. ters during the presidential campaign.

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THE COMEDY CLUB
Presents

The

agistrate

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20

I WHITNEY THEATER

Curtain at 8:15

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