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THU MIC1IGAN DAILY

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ror the finalI
3 is Friday1

FACULTY "BUSTS"

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s in Grand Rapids.
och went to Grand
here he delivered
lectures on "Alas-
and"Parisian Life"
addressed the staff
y yesterday after-
return this morn-

THIRTY-TWO LITS

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Number Greate; Than Last February
Though "Cons" and "Plucks"
Are Fewer.
MARKING SYSTEM PLAN AMENDED
Thirty-two students were last niglt
sent notices of dismissal from the lit-
erary department on account of fail-
ures. At a faculty meeting held yes-
terday afternoon the findings of the
committee,, in the cases of those who
were in danger, were considered and
action was taken as to their continued
residence in the university.
The numbers of the "busted" are a
little larger this year than they were
last, but this is due to an increased
strictness in the standard of scholar-
ship which it is the policy of the fac-
ulty to foster. The actual number of
"cons" and "plucks," though no data
are tabulated, is considered to be less
this year than in some.time past.
An amendment was made, at the
meeting, to the resolution in regard to
the new grading system. In the case.
of absence from examinations, instead
of waiting till a time corresponding
to that set for the present "con" ex-
arms, the student will be required to
take the supplementary test within
one month after the beginning of the
new semester. This is the same ru:
which is to prevail in regard to cours-
es marked "incomplete."3
In 'regard to the new system, one1
feature which has not been brought
out very strongly is the fact that data
concerning the marks given by every
instructor are to be published for the
benefit of the faculty. In this way inl
structors prone to be too liberal,1
or otherwise, are expected to be
brought under the pressure of popu-
lar opinion and influenced to conform
their standards to the normal.
GAME TOURNAMENTS BOOMING.
Organizational Contests, in Bowling,
Billiards and Pool, Close.:
Along with the other activities that
mark the new semester, interest is
booming in the various billiard, pool
and bowling leagues in the State'
street billiard' parlors. As the scores
stand at the present, the sophomore,
lits lead in class billiards, with a thir-
ty-three point lead over the senior lits,
and in pool the senior engineers are
first, with the freshmen engineers1
holding second place.-
In the Palladium league, Phi Kappa
Psi stands at the head of the list in]
billiards with Psi Upsilon enjoying
second place, while in pool Psi Upsi-
lon has a twenty point lead over the'
nearest competitors, Beta Theata Pit
and Chi Psi, who are tied for second,

WATER HO! DISCOVERED AT
TWO HUNDRED FOOT DEPTH
Local Aqua Pura May Contain irac-
ulous Medicinal Properties
That Will Win Fame.
With many laborious chuggings, a
wheezy old donkey engine, tethered in
the yard of a good doctor on Hill
street, has been sneezing and other-
wise endeavoring to clear out its bron-
chial tubes for some months past. The
braying of the creature daily impinges
on the refined atmosphere which per-
yades this part of the community. Fed
with generous rations of soft coal, the
brute has persistently driven the iron
antennae of a six-inch drill deep into
the glacial drift upon which this fair
city is built.
Working on the theory that a new
route to China was on the point of be-
ing discovered a representative of the
"Michigan Daily" was assigned to
"probe" the doctor. An entirely new
theory was revealed, however, when
the doctor confided, "At last we have
struck-" "Oil?" gasped our repre-
sentative with bated breath, visions of
Beaumont and Bakersfield crowding
into his mind. "Water?" you say.
"Yes, we have found an inexhausti-
ble supply at a depth of over two hun-
dred feet, lying beneath a thin filter of
gravel," replied the doctor "but it re-
mains to be tested as to its purity."
whether it possesses-a peculiar aro-
ma or miraculous medicinal properties
will be known in due time. Meanwhile
we may look for the appearance of a
sparkling new table water under the
trade name of "Rameses" dr "Michi-
genda" or something which will carry
the fame of our institutions from Sher-
ry's to Rector's and beyond. It is only
after three costly attempts that the
doctor has succeeded in obtaining the
supply of .qua pura which he sought
and he is now planning a "water par-
ty" as an appropriate function to cele-
brate the opening of the well.
AUDIENCE WAITED TWO HURS
FOR GOVERNOR ON LAST VISIT
Though Greatly Delayed by Bad Roads
Gov. Osborn Was Greeted
by Big Crowd.
History repeats itself, sometimes.,
The managers of the Washington's
Birthday exercises, and the other ac-
tivities in which Governor Osborn will
participate, hope, however, that to-
day's audience will not have the op-
portunity of displaying the loyalty to
the executive that was displayed on
the occasion of his last address in
University Hall. That was in the sum-
mer time and the. Governor essayed to
reach Ann Arbor by automobile.
Rough roads and weak tires prevented
the arrival of the speaker until nearly
two hours after the time set for the
address to begin. But few people leftl
the hail and they announced that they
would be back at nine o'clock, and
they were. When they came back they
biought more with them and when
the Governor arrived at 9:30 a record
crowd was awaiting him.
Snow drifts may not prove' so seri-
ous a handicap as tires. l

CECIL LEAN and FLO
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 MATINEE

Whitney

By the Authors of
"Three Twins" and "Madar
Augmented Orchestra

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Best Seats

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JOS. M. GAITES Presents

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REXALL COLD'
The Best Remedy For
Rexall Cold Tablets will be found exc
beginning cold. They clear the head, ease
hoarsess and difficult breathing, inflamat
throat and bronchial, tubes.
All Rexall remedies are guaranteed in e
tion or we will refund the money.
The Rexall Dr
E. C. EDSILL, Pr
122 S.'Main St.
ENTERTiIN JUDGE CLAYBERG. TO PUI
Barristers Hold Luncheon, and Elect S. C. A.
Officers for Semester.
Judge Clayberg, of the Montana Bar, The St
who is at present lecturing in the law has beer
department on mining and irrigation publish a
law was the guest of the Barristers at est of th
a luncheon held at the Union club- ture of t
house Wednesday noon. Mr. Clayberg definitely
asked that the society use its influence ned to b
to secure the establishment of a regu- sistant i
lar course in the subjects upon which vising ec
he' has beenlecturing, to bh handled present a
by the regular faculty. unteers]r
Following the luncheon the society ed in pr
elected officers for the second semester paper wi
as follows: Grand Chancellor, L. F. enterpris
Martin; Vice Chancellor, T. J. Davis; ing unive
Chancellor of the Rolls, S. A. Persky; success t
Chancellor of the Exchequer, W. W. tions are
Merritt; Custodian of the Key, W. K. of this la
Towers; Executive Committee, Lang- nalism,
don Larwill, W. K. Towers. and of of

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RALPH ROSE MAY COMPETE AS
WRESTLER A T OLYlMPIC GAM

place.
In the all-fraternity league Delta
Upsilon stands high in billiards allow-
ing Sigma Chi second; and Phi Kappa
Sigma is first with Sigma Chi running
a close second in the pool tournament.'
In the class bowling league,' the
Medics stand high with the senior lits
bidding second. Sigma Phi holds first
place in the Palladium league with
D. K. E. as number two, while Phi
Kappa Sigma and Alpha Sigma =Phi
are respectively first and second in
the fraternal lineup.

publisl
Ralph Rose, formerly a student at genera
Michigan, and the champion shot put- of the.
ter of the world, intends not only to est in
compete in the weight events at the among
Olympic games at Stockholm, but the
latest report has it that he will also
strive to add the amateur heavy-weight Stori
(wrestling title to the list of his achieve- Mr.
ments. sioner

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P tterilin S r
entire line of MANHATTAN SHIRTS for the SPRING of 1912 open
hs large new line embraces many new and attractive patterns, different in
m anything of the past.
ed bosoms will be shown this Spring and in this particular, the Manhattan
ed themselves.
dominate, while a great many figures will also be found in this line.
f'spring neckwear is also at your disposal, and we venture to say that we can,
he large assortment of four-in-hands and bat wings that are now being
ar is first, in quality, style, and price, and nowhere will you be able to find
ne of patterns selling at 50 cents, as we can show you.
CONLIN.& FIEGEI ,
200-202 South Main Street

J Lits Dine at Union Tomorrow Night.
Dr. J. A. C. Hildner will address the
Junior lits at their dinner tomorrow)
evening. Selden Dickinson will act as
toastmaster. The Junior lit quartette
and other members of the class will
furnish the music and talks.
"Chem. Tech." Class Trip Postponed.
On account of the weather condi-.
tions the trip to Toledo planned. by the
class in chemical technology for today
and tomorrow has been postponed un-
til a more favorable time next week.
Lecture Recital Dates Changed.
Because of the inclement weather,
Mr. Howland's vocal lecture-recital
that was' to be given yesterday after-
noon, has been postponed until March
20.

ROOSEVELT IS BUT ONE VOTE IN
THE LEAD
(Continued from page 1.)'
in the finals. Most of their votes have
been scattered and there seems to be'
no one clique in favor of any of them.
However, a dark horse can easily come
up within a short time and the remain-
ing days of the contest should prove
full of excitement.

who was
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rangemen
those inte
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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Candidates for Soph Eng. relay team
report at class meeting Friday at 4:
o'clock.
Senior lit class meeting Friday at
4 p. in., Tappan Hall; nominations of
class day officers, etc.
Articles left in ladies' cloak room
on night of "J" Hop can be had by
identifying same at Barbour gym.

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