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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1912,

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INDORSES STUDENT
MEDICAL FEE PLAN
Professor Tilley Proposes That.
Annual Fee Be Collected
From Each Student
IS RECEIVED WITH APPROVAL.

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id, varsity baseball man-
ted president of the ath-
on for the coming year
of the board of contro'
afternoon. The election
lance with the present
the board of control do

A scheme for an infirmary for the
exclusive use of students was suggest-
ed by Professor Morris P. Tilley in his
talk on "Ideals and Ideas" at the din-
ner of the junior lit class held at the
Michigan Union last evening.
Dr. Tilley showed the great need of:
such an institution at Michigan where
the students are forced to go to consid-
erable expense in obtaining medical
treatment. Various plans have been
adopted by other universities, partic-
ularly in the past, where by the pay-
ment of annual fees the students are
provided with medical treatment at
small expense either in student infir-
maries or in wards set aside solely for
the use of students in general hos-
pitals. At some universities this an-
nual fee is as low as two dollars.
That similar plans might be carried
out here and that they would receive
the support of authorities was the
opinion of the speaker who suggestedj
that resolutions be adopted by the va-
rious classes to set on foot a move-
ment having this aim in view.

Hard Work by Cast and Dirert-
or Guarantees Finished
Production of Show
SPECTACULAR "SET" TO BE USED.
With the final touches put on "The
Magistrate," Pinero's farce, by last
night's full dress rehearsal, the
Comedy Club will present this evening
a finished production. Everything is in
readiness, and the material which will
play the parts this year is in every
sense capable of supplying an enter-
tainment of first water merit. The re-
hearsal which was run off last night
was snappy, bright, and brimming with
the unlimited possibilities of humor,
which have been uncovered by the cast
during the weeks of hard, steady work'
that has been devoted to the prepara-
tion of the show.
Scenic effects which will be used in
the show are the best that could be
procured. With no saving of expense
an elaborate shipment of "sets" arriv-
ed at the Whitney yesterday and were
used during last night's dress rehear-
sal. The Whitney Company of Detroit
furnished the scenery from its stock
which was used by the two successfu'
road shows, "Lena Rivers," and "They)
] ved a Lassie." Done over and touch-'
td to fit the needs of "The Magistrate"
it will probably be the best and most
spectacular set that the Club has ever
used.
In speaking of the play and its pros-
pects for making a successful appear-
ance tonight, Director St. John. was
enthusiastic. "I have never had better
material to work with, nor a cast of
broader experience. The membersf
have worked hard and steady for aE
good while on the play and gives every
promise to offer a performance border-
ing on the professional." l

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AN EDITORIAL CAMPAIGN
BEGINS IN THIS NUMBER

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"SHE" MISSED REAL PROBLEM.
"Un-Pledged" is Offered Advice but it
Does not Come from Young.
Instructor.
(The Daily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in com-
munications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I have read the letter, signed "Un-
Pledged," with great interest, and with
greater sympathy. The writer places
her finger on a weak spot in the organ-
ization of every non-residential univer-
sity. And, likely enough, her plaint
has more relevance to limitations ex-
perienced by women than by men. If
the Anonyma will put herself in com-
munication with me, I shall be glad to
discuss this real problem with her. Of
course, she must bear in mind that I
suffer from one serious disadvantage.
I am not a "young" instructor!
R. M. WENLLiY.

COLLEGE

The editors request the atten-
tion of every reader of the Daily
to the editorial column of this is-
sue. It is. intended as the open-
ing gun in the campaign for the
establishment of an institution
at the university for which the
necessity seems urgent.
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series, which looks
medic department
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Under this ruling
of the department
teams.

"Illness causes great hardships
aniong the less fortunate students
here," said Professor Tilley, "and es-
pecially among those who are self-sup-
porting, of whom we have a great num-
ber. Some altruistic movement to-
wards relieving this condition deserves
consideration."
The idea met with a cordial recep-
tion by those who were present and
occasioned much discussion among the
members of the class. Several of these
expressed themselves as prepared to
take an active interest in the project.
Last night's dinner was by far the
most enthusiastic the class has ever
held. Musical selections and im-
promptu talks brought the class spirit
to its highest pitch. About seventy-
five were present.

SIGMA DELTA CHII PLANS TO ideltial i
BANQUET GOVERNOR OSBORN ticket in
ernor Wi
Governor Chase S. Osborn, who will bonds in
deliver the Washington's Birthday ad- audience
dress in University Hall on February more of t
22, will be the guest of honor in the ev- than the
ening at the annual banquet of the lo- directed c
cal chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, the ers whom
journalistic fraternity, of which he is realizatioi
an honorary member. His acceptance it and coi
of the invitation extended to him was "The U
received yesterday. Wilson,.in
er . We
Alpha Nu Will Elect Fresh Team. America 1

- SENIOR LITS WILL DANCE IN
t GYMNASIUM THIS AFTERNOON
,t
e The senior lit class will dance for
s the third time, this year tomorrow af-
s ternoon in Barbour gym. Feature
e dances of a new kind will prevail.
Dancing will last from 2 to 5:30, and
refreshments will be served.
At the class meeting yesterday, the
remaining dates for the year were an-
nounced. Dances will be held in Bar-
bour gymnasium February 17, a St.
Patrick's dance March 23, and another
"dinner dance" will follow the swing-
out in May. The men of the class will
lunch at the Michigan Union,'March 8
and April 26.
[ WOMEN LEAGUERS GIVE LIFE
TO "LADIES' HOME JOURNAL."
The "Ladies' Home Journal" was re-
produced, cover, editorials, stories and
advertisements, at the Women's League
party yesterday afternoon. Most of the
pages were acted out, among them the
illustrated song, "Annie Laurie," "Good
and Bad Taste in Dress," and several
stories.. An editorial on "Women's
Rights" and a page of "Questions and
Answers," were read. The entertain-
ment terminated with several adver-
tisements .which were given in tab-
leaux.
A rugby cup has been presented the
University of California by the presi-
dent of the board of trustees to be
awarded winners of interclass series.

New Anesthetic Machine Installed.
A new machine for administering ni-
trous oxide as an anesthetic has been
received in the Dental college. The
arnrtntus is a recent invention and is
considered far superior to any previous
ii amine which was designed for that
purpose. An aseptic cabinet, which is
used for holding instruments in the ex-
amining room, is another addition.
which has been installed recently.
STRANGE EXPERIENCES A REw
RELATED BY BUSRAH PARTY
Several letters have been received
by' Mr. W. H. Tinker of the Y. M. C. A.
from the Michigan party en route to
Busrah,'Arabia telling of strange ex-
periences with Turkish officials, of
passports loaded down with seals and
signatures. The party, consisting of
Dr. Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. Van Vlack,
and Mr. and Mrs Chas. F. Shaw, saw
the sights of London, Paris, Athens,
and Constantinople on the trip, and
expected to arrive at Busrah on Christ-
mas day. E
Schairer Goes to Rochester.
Dr. W. W. Schairer, interne at the
Homeopathic hospital, left yesterday
fdr Rochester, N. Y. on professional:
business. He will return the first of
next week.

UNION TO GIVE LUNCH FOR
OPERA COMPETITORS TODAY
In order to further help the men
competing in the writing of the next
Union opera there will be a luncheon'
at the Union today at which represen-
tatives of the faculty and the School
cf Music will be present. Complete di-
rections will be given the men and the
full plans will be discussed with the
N iew of giving assistance in the writ-
ing of the book and lyrics for next
year's opera.

Alumnus Tells Of Missionary Work,
Dr. W. S. Lehman, '98 M,spoke on his
experiences as .a missionary in East
Africa, before the Y. M. C. A. last ev-
ning. Dr. Lehman is a graduate of the
medical department and since his grad-
uation has been connected with mis-
sionary work in Kamerun, East Africa.
The main purpose of his visit to Ann
Arbor is to induce two men to go back
with him to assist in the work in that'
part of the darker continent.
WILL TALK ON "THE DEBTS
YOU WILL PAY" ON SUNDAY.
Rev. Wm. F. Faber, of St. John's
church, Detroit, will address the week-
ly meeting of the Y.M.C.A. to be held in
Newberry hall, Sunday afternoon at
3:00 o'clock. He will speak on "The
Debts You Will Pay." Rev. Faber was
one. of the speakers at the recent ban-
quet given by the Men and Religion
Movement.

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Tryouts for the initiate debating
team will be held by the Alpha Nu lit-
erary society at its meeting tonight.
The team selected from the new mem-
bers will meet the Adelphi initiate
team in the near future. The selecldon
of officers for the next semester will
also occur. After this is concluded
the drawing of numbers for the tryouts
for the cup debating team will be held
LACK OF ATTENDANCE STAYS
ACTION ON BIRTHDAY PLANS,
Due to the fact that a quorum was
not present at the Illini club meeting
yesterday afternoon, no business relat-
ing to Lincoln's Birthday celebration
could be transacted. A meeting was
called for next Friday at which time
it is hoped that final details for the
affair can be arranged.
THIS TIME POLICEMAN'S BELT
AND BATON ARE ALLUREMENTS
Again the Ann Arbor police force
equipment is incomplete. A sneak thief
entered the check room of the Whitney
theater during the address being made
by Governor Wilson yesterday, and
"lifted" a belt and baton belonging to
one of the city policemen. A search
was instituted, but no clew could be
found to the miscreant's identity. Sc
far as can be learned nothing else was
taken from the room.

aught to 1
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and to regenerali
to see life as a w
great movements
too, is the only u
riotism is not a s
iple in which a n
is something gre
terests.
"You ca't do
ple; but ywu can
them; you must I
with them; you
with the men in t
tories."
Given Recep
Owing to a dela
Wilson and his
here until after
immediately rush
where a brief re(
him by the facult
The Whitney th
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THE' COMEDY I
Presents

CLUD The Magistrate
SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20

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WHITNEY THEATER

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