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Athletic Editor.....F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant.... . .....G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ...Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan,
Loren Robinson Karl Matthews
John Townley Oscar Beckman
C. Harold Hippler ....Robert Gillett
Frank Murphy William Daugherty
J. Selig Yellen.
Michigan songs is too evidently mark-
ed out, and any attempt to enlarge its
sphere should be frowned upon,
C03DIITTEE PASSES ON
UNION POSTER CONTEST.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1911.
Night Editor-Wm T. Daugherty.
Kenneth C. Welch, '14 E, was chosen
winner of the $10 prize for the best
poster entered in the Michigan Union
opera contest for 1911. The drawing
was selected from the sixteen posters
submitted, for Its excellence in design,
conception, execution and color
scheme. The judges, Professor W. C.
Titcomb, Librarian T. W. Koch and
Walle Merritt were unanimous in their
choice of Welsh's poster and Profes-
sor Titcomb who has acted as judge
in previous contests said, "These post-
ers are the best representation of tal-
ent in both execution and originality
that has ever been submitted for the
Union opera. Mr. Welsh's drawing is
The design represents an ancient
Egyptian standing with arms stretch-
ed out on either side, a pose significant
of the land of the mummies and
sphinxes. The idea of ancient Egypt
is further brought out by a back-
ground of three pyramids set in a soft
shade of brown. The drawing is made
up of .three colors-green and two
shades of brown.
The second prize of two opera tick-
ets was won by John Pyle, '12 L,
whose poster shows a sphinx head In
shadow brought out in relief by a sol-
id gray-blue background. The judges
may decide to use this drawing for the
cover of the score.
The drawings receiving third place
and honorable mention will be an-
nounced later. The posters will be
on exhibition tomorrow at the Union
and later in one of the State Street
bookstores. Prints of the posters will
be turned out in about two weeks
made up on cardboard suitable for
purposes of decoration.
STUDENT HURT IN EXPLOSION.
Bursting Calorimeter, Thought to be
Defective, Is Cause.
J. A. Nyland, junior engineer, was
the victim of an explosion in the me-
chanical laboratory of the engineering
department, yesterday morning. Ny-
land was engaged in an analysis of
coal on an instrument known as the
calroimeter, when the apparatus ex-
ploded, and a piece of the machine
struck him on the right wrist. The
injured student was taken to the Hom-
eopathic hospital where he received
The calorimeter on which Nyland
was hurt has been in use for a number
of years and it is thought that the ac-
cident resulted from some defect in
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At a recent meeting of the executive
committee, Oscar Beckman was ap-
pointed publicity man for the clubs.
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Times to Stand and Times to Sit.
In a recent issue, The Daily criticis-
ed the manner in which the new field
song was sung at football games. We
felt that the uncovering and standing
up to sing had been a mistake, due to
some general confusion among the
men in charge of the singing. We
called attention to the fact and remind-
ed our fellow students that only dur-
ing the singing of the college anthem,
"The Yellow and Blue," should we
rise and bow our heads. If we stood.
up 'and uncovered every time a Michi-
gan field song was played the grand
anthem would lose its significance..'At
Friday's mass meeting an announce-
ment was made that students should'
rise and remove their hats when sing-
ing the new song.
We like the new field song and we
are grateful to the men who wrote
it but the obvious attempt to raise it
to the level of the "Yellow and Blue"
should not be condoned with for an
instant. A good field song is some-i
thing we need but its position among'
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