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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911.
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OWEN LOVEJOY HERE TODAY.I CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS
ilars to Two
y kept up its
en, in 60 min-
d to slip over
n the fighting
ith said today,
't no friendly
Expert on Child Labor Will Deliver
Owen Lovejoy, chairman of the Na-
tional Child Labor Commission and
expert on the child labor question, is
in Ann Arbor today. He will speak
before Prof. Cooley's class in soci-
ology at 10 o'clock this morning. At
:30 he will speak at Newberry Hall on
"Child Labor in All its Aspects," un-
der the auspices of the University Y.
M. C. A. Mr. Lovejoy has been work-
ing for several years for the passage
of a national child labor law which
will place all the states on an equal;
basis in regard to the child labor ques-
tion. Mr. Lovejoy is on his way to
Chicago to attend a national conven-
tion which 'has this end in view.
Cosmopolitan Club Will Hold Smoker.
The Cosmopolitan club will give a
smoker at the Union this evening at
8 o'clock. All person interested in
the club are invited to be present.
League Arranges Series of Teas.
In order that the members of the
Women's League may become better
acquainted with each other, the
it made League houses will give a series of
al thing. ,teas.. All League members, members
icept in of the League board and members of
blocking sororities are invited to these teas,
s absent which will be given once a month. The
fternoon first tea will be given next Wednes-
forced day, from four to six, at the home of
the pall- Mrs. Benjamin, on South Thayer
LL VACANCIES ON LAW REVIEW.
om Three Senior Barristers Appointed to
as- *' Staff of Legal Publication.
er- E. C. Middleton, Bendette, Minn.,
rst Albert E. Meder, '10, Bay City, Mich.,
on and S. C. Pietraske, Schenectady, N. Y.,
were the three senior laws elected to
ard the Michigan Law Review yesterday.
to They were chosen to succeed H. O. Mc-
the Lair, C. E. Cullen and Morrison Shaf-
ire roth, who have not returned this sem-
HAVE BEGUN PRACTICE.
First organized practice of the cross
country squad was held yesterday af-
ternoon. Those who reported were
divided into two squads, a fast and a
slow one. Twenty one men joined
the fast squad going over a course of
five and a half miles.
"The outlook, if the men stick to
the work is especially bright for a
squad to go east this year," was the
statement of Captain Bruce Beardsley
of the Cross Country club.
L.ives of Pedestrians at Engi-
neering Archway Are En-
dangered by Riders
NARROW ESCAPES ARE COMMON.
(The Daily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed In, com-
Editor, The Michigan Daily:+
In the past few years the loss of
life in this country due to accidents:
has been enormous. Not one of these
"horrors" but could have been pre-
vented by the exercise of a little care
or foresight. It is in hopes that this,
letter may act as an "ounce of preven-
tion" that I wish to call attention to
what I believe is the real peril of our
campus, the bicycle peril.'
No one at all familiar with the en-
gineering archway could have failed
to speculate at some time or other as,
to the real danger in. which the engi-
neers were placed" every time' they?
stepped out into the arch. On several
occasions in my own experience it has
been only by the merest chance that;
I have missed a collision with one of
the "speed maniacs" on a wheel, fiying
through the archway with not a'
thought of any possible dangerous
I do not know whether there has
ever been any accident of this nature,
or not. If not, it has been due more
to the kindness of Providence than'
to the lack of danger.
Let us hope that the authorities
will take hold of this matter at once,
and anticipate the calamity which is
bound to come under present condi-
tions. The bicycle evil is bad enough
on the rest of the campus and on the
city streets, but at the engineering'
arch it is a positive danger.
May Resume Classes Next Week.
Prof. W. D. Pillsbury, of the depart-
ment of philosophy, will probably
meet his classes next week for the
first time this semester. He has been
convalescing from an operation tha
was performed several weeks before
school opened. Dr. J.'F.Shepard has
been in charge of Dr. Pillsbury's sec-.
tions this fall and will continue until'
the latter returns.
Directory Will Appear Soon.
The appearance of the new Stu-
dens' Directory is scheduled for the
early part of November. All changes
of address or telephone numbers must
be reported to Manager Jose by Oct.
BRIDGE BUILDERS TO MAKE
INSPECTION TRIP SATURDAY
The engineers are , to make their
first inspection trip of the year Sat-
urday when, under the auspices of the
Engineering society, they will go to
Detroit and Windsor. All the class in
C. E. 2 are to go, and as many others
as care to join the party, which will
be headed by Professors Greene and
The morning is to be spent at the
plant of the Canadian Bridge Compa-
ny, at Walkerville. The party will.
leave on the Michigan Central at 6:57,
Hi" Cole's Proteges Tackle
Mt. Union Eleven on
WILL ANNOUNCE LINEUUP TODAY.
Michigan students will get their first
chance to see this year's All-Fresh
team in a. real game Saturday when
the youngsters tackle Mt. Union col-
lege on Ferry field.
Coach "Hi" Cole has not definitely
decided on. the line-up he will send
against the Ohioans, but after.this af-
ternoon's practice he will choose the
men who will represent the Michigan
first year men, probably from the fol-
6long list: Johnston, Nicholts,
Rayndsford, Tufly, Leahey, Kiefaber,
Cole, Davidson,. Kellar, Bushnell, Col-
lette, J. Smith, R. Smith and Bell.
Th, e freshman team has been ma-
terially strengthened by the addition
of Art Bell, a former Ann Arbor high
sehbol half back,' who reported to the
coach Wednesday. 'The coach used
Bell at half back on the first team in
'Mt. Union has sent on her line-up
and the men who will represent the
'Ohio college are Blythe, L. E., Woolf,'
Abbott, L. T., Stouffer, Beck, L G.,
Outchard, C., McGregor, R. G., Morris
'R. T., Carson R. E., Neuschultz, Um-
berhorver, Q., Whinnery, L. H., Gibson,
Zorrell, F.. B., Church, R. H.
SCHOLARSHIPS SHOULD BE
APPLIED FOR BY SATURDAY.
The Phillips scholarship examina-
tions in Greek and Latin are schedul-
ed for Saturday, October 28. Applica-
tipns must be submitted to-Dean Reed
on or before October 14. This year
five scholarships of $50 each are avail-
The examinations are open to
a 1 freshmen who have offered two
units of Greek and four units of Lat-
in for entrance to the university.
" Football Managers Meet Today.
There will be a meeting of all class
football-nanagers in the Athletic As-
socition offices, at 5 o'clock today.:
Jmportant matters will be discussed.
To Give Reception at Church of Christ
The Church of Christ, South Univer-
sity avenue, will hold its annual fall
reception to students this evening.
There will be a program of addresses
and musical selections. Rev. G. W.
Knepper, formerly of Pittsburg, has
been appointed pastor of the church
and this affair will also be a reception
FUTURE STAR REPORTS TO COACH
Fielding, Jr., and Mrs. Yost Are
There is rejoicing in the family of
Yost. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Yost
and Fielding, Jr., arrived in Ann Ar-
bor and the future Michigan quarter
is said to have reported in the pink of
condition. He has been keeping track
of conditions here by correspondence,
so it is said, and the word has gone
forth that he is already almost letter
perfect in the signals. The Yost smile
is broader than ever.
Editor Shaw to Return in December.
Word has just been received from
W. B. Shaw, editor of the University
of Michigan Alumnus, to the effect that
he will return from abroad, where he
and Mrs. Shaw have been spending
the summer, about December 15.
At present Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are
in Munich. They will make short vis-
its in Vienna and Trieste before re-
turninghome, but their intended trip
'into Italy may have to be cancelled on=
account of the plague, which is unus-
ually .severe there this year.
New York Club Holds Smoker Tonight
The new York' State club will hold
Its annual' smoker at its clubhouse,
corner, of Hill and South State streets,'
tonight. All men from New York
state are welcome.
Chess Club Will Meet Tonight.
The University Chess and Checkers
club will hold its first meeting of the
year at the Michigan Union this ev-
ening at 7:15. All students interest-
ed in either game are invited to be
Engineers will Have Mentors. l
The engineering department has in-
stituted a system of mentors for fresh-
men similar to the advisory system in
the literary department. It is the aim
of the department to get into closer
touch with the students.
Socialist Society. Begins Activities.
Plans for the coming year were dis-
.cussed 'at the meeting of the Michigan
chapter of the Intercollegiate ,Social-I
ist society which was held in the Uni-I
traian Church parlors, Wednesday ev-I
ening. The society has secured a room
n the Unitarian church building where
all future meetings will be held. 1
As in the past, meetings will consist
of reports and discussions on assign-
The following officers were elected:
Walter N. Nelson, chairman; Walteri
Nelson, Rev. Percy Dawson and Dr.I
Roy. W. Sellars, executive committee;,
Otto C. Marewardt, recording secreta-
ry; George H. Bishop, correspondingI
secretary; S. E. Marcwardt, treasur-
er; Vera Todd, Dr. Dawson and MissI
Walton, program committee.-
Lecture Room Proves Too Smal
Crowding' 200 students- into a room
made to accommodate 140 proved too
nuich for Prof. R. M. Wenley with his
Pailosophy 1 course and he was conse-
liently forced to seek temporary quar-
tp in the law department. Therej
aie 25 per cent more undergraduate
st dents in Professor Wenley's coursesi
tb s year than there were last year.,
TH E PC FOR COUN(
Senior and Junior Ltsnd S
ior Engineers Choose (
didates for Body in cor
of Student Affairs
ALL CLASSES ELECT ON RON]
Rest of Nominations Will be Ma
Student Council nominations
held' in the senior lit, senior engi
and junior lit classes yesterday.
each class two men were nomix
for each office to be filled. Th
Senior flits-Rufus Siple, Ed
Kemp, Maurice ToulmeLarry Ab
Robert McKisson and Francis l
Senior engineers-H. H. Stein
er, Rudolph Van Dyke, . H. Het
and M. S. Sloman.
Junior lits-Fred E. Gould, H
.B. Abbott, Edward Saer and
Today the senior law, senior ms
senior homeop, senior pharmic, Ju
law and junior medic classes will
nominate two men. The junior e
neers will nominate four men.
The election of student counci
in all classes will take . place
BIG CROWD WILL 0O TO LAN
Over 200 Rooters Have Already
cided to Make the Trip.
Over 200 tickets to the M. A. C.
at Lansing Saturday have ai
been sold to Michigan students,
it is probable that many more wi
disposed of today. The reduced'
to students has met with favor a
the Wolverine football followers
Michigan is assured a good repre
tation of rooters.
"At four o'clock yesterday a
noon: 197 tickets to the game had
sold," said Director Barteie, "a
am certain that several more
sold after that time. Friday we
pect a great many more tickets to
Up at M.A. C. the Michigan ga
the chief. topic of "interest. Re'
from the capital city state that
Aggies are working hard and I
fully to give the Yost 'protege
mighty battle. Much is expect
"Bubbles" Hill, the man who s5
the fruitless touchdown against N
igan last year. Hill's kicking a'
is expected to get the Aggies oi
the tight places. Coach Mackiln's
is lighter than it was last year
he has developed a fast aggreg
and 'the M. A. C. followers hope.
Periodicals Removed from Lib
Nineteen popular magazines
fourteen newspapers have been re
ed from the general library and
ed on file in the northwest. roo
the Memorial building. The mos
portant daily newspapers, som
the popular magazines and the s
tific periodicals are still to be i
in the reading room of the librar
Meeting of Aeronautical Societ
day at 8 p. m. in room 911, Engi
ing Building. All out.
off with a snap and it was only
:k of condition that' kept him
starring. He was one of the
round gainers of the day and it
nly hard luck that kept him
iaking a touchdown. As it was,
Wells was the man who, had
nor of making the two lonely
, one after 24 minutes of play
h~e intercepted a forward pass
n 20 yards for a touchdown and
her when he skirted right end
yards and the final score.
Scrubs Held the Varsity.
e during the game the Scrubs
i the shadow of the goal posts
unted the ball out of danger.
the ball was on the yard line,
>n the 2-yard mark, when the
r was forced to surrender pos-.
. McHale showed up well in
ne for the second team. Otis
ack in the lineup for the Re-
helping out the line at center.
a" Borleske, last year's sensa-
end, was out in a suit today
11 play on the Scrubs from now
ith his knowledge of the game
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Polonia Society to Secure Rooms.
The Polonia literary society, at a re-
cent meeting, decided to establish tem-
porary quarters in the vicinity of the
campus, a committee being appointed
to secure a suite of rooms for that
purpose. One of the rooms is to serve
as a library, while the other will be
used as a gathering place for the mem-
bers of the society.
During the two years of its existence
the Polonia club has been holding-'its
meetings in the rooms of the several
members, but the increase in member-
ship this fall has necessitated the es-
tablishment of adequate quarters.
SOPH GIRLS TO BE GIVEN
ANNUAL RECEPTION TODAY.
Dean Jordan will hold 'her annual
reception to sophomore girls this af-
ternoon at 4 o'clock in Barbour gym-
nasium, at which time the committee
to take charge of the freshman spread
will be elected. After the refresh-
ments a dance will be held, "Ike"
Fischer furnishing the music.
Sophs Honor Memory of Classmate.
In honor of their friend and class-
mate, Glanville S. Lamb, about fifty
members of the 1914 literary class
met in the West Physics lecture room
yesterday and passed resolutions of
condolence to the parents of the de-
No other business was transacted,
but the date for the nominations for
class officers was set for next Mon-
rhe Adelphi .literary society will
get in its room in University hall
}s evening. All those who are inter-
ed in public speaking'and debatiix:
requested to attend.
$very "J" lit who remained after
yeterday's meeting 'report at South
Furry field today at 3:15.
ANNUAL IlEnBERSHIPS AT OFFICE
THREE DOLLARS THE YEAR
Season Books admitting to four games
free to members. First choice seats;
Penn. and Syracuge games. Reduced
Rates on eight Base Ball games.
Pree use of tennis courts to members.
Michigan vs. M.A. C. at Lansing, October 14th
Feursion $1.00 Round Trip'
Speolal train via M. C. Ry .eaves Ann Arbor 8:45 a. rn.
Returning via M. C. Ry. leaves Lansing 7:30
Railroad and Game Tickets at At letio Offioe Wednesday, Oot. 11th*
Students' Reserved Seats including admission, $1.00
AU Fresh against Mt.
Uion, 2 p. m. at Ferr;
Field. Admission 25c
S'son...k admits members to this