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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURS AY, OCTOB1iR Iu, ll-

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TUOCHDOWNS
LRS FIND THIAT SCRUBS
?RESAIMEN ARE NOT WEAK
i FACED IN REAL GAME.

Forecast for Ann Arbor-Thursday,
rain and colder.
University Observatory-7 p. m. tem-
perature 61.2; minimum temperature
for 24 hours preceding 46.6; maximum
temperature for the 24 hours preced-

ing 66.8; average
hours preceding,
total rainfall for'
.03 inches.

wind velocity for 24,
7 miles per hour;
24 hours preceding

CHEM BUILDING,
IS OVERCROWDED
Facilities Cannot Take Care of
Any More Students
Next Year.
1HAS BEEN BUiLT THREE YEARS.
It would be a phy:ical impossibili-
ty, according to Prof. . D. Campbell,
director of the chemical laboratory, to
ac"omodate any more students in the
department. Vhat would be done in
case of an increase in the number of
chemistry students next year, has not
been determined; but it is considered
certain that the present equipment of
laboratories would be insufficient to
meet the emergency.

Vc r, _ F s:naelo Ih
let ut*~lthI

Tie'c~s ior he second MIc1^ig r Un-
nenbmhip dance w'iil .o on .ale
at 5:00 o'clock this afternoon at the
Union office, The sale will be limited
to 100, and anyone without a ticket
will not be admitted to the dance on
saturday night. No reservations will
be ma~de.
The chaperones for the affair are
Dean and Mrs. Henry M. Bates, and
ssistant ean and Mrs. William 14.
EUBETA P1 TAKES
LEVEN 1MEMBERS

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TESTS SHOW
CITY WATER

I1 Wil

3T YEAR MEN WORK W
,ite Rai and Mud, Youngs
op Verterans While They Sio
Little.
wing lhrough the mud and d
ie numerous raindrops, the v
ssled with the scrubs and
men yesterday afternoon forc
mihutes. It might have been
or any one of many diffe
s, but the varsity didn't c
honor when it was all over
al of three touchdowns was,
r'esult. And it might not h
that much had either the sc
freshmefi an offense equal to
>rn defense they showed,
reserves were the first bunc
the swimming meet and it t
,rsity five minutes to finally p
11 through the line. Then for
Minutes the ball sesawed upf
the field with the scrubs' sto
line, the feature. Wyman
t were playing the ends, Mu
[cHale the tackles, the regu
trio intact and the bac'kf
r with the exception of Hug
vas taking Craig's place.q
of Carpell was one bright s
little fellow showed some gr
icking and wasfighting ev

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CANVASS GATHERS
MANY FOR UNION
Besieging the reticent students in
their lairs and proving to them that
the Michigan Union needed them for
members, the campaign committee last
night secured 133 new members for
Michigan's club. This now brings the
total to close onto 1900 members and

como l'j ci m ti h'le 01
the Ath ha ii ud in thI' was no
rc i nw uxo i i 'qaain o
the univritwl no wOt i Ba r-
(lay's "lee 1.n1w nlOV \'l 0I t ny it n-
derstoil ee a vote.
'Tb rsoim io of t bod of re
geni ~'''1Aa a i'Mmle in eud
img thoe (.'iAOll. 'ir(> i'u '5i adi
v'iOOIl n o he ,<.' paid by the y oung
ladies w ould see a to c'a~r a tonsistet
solution<"*

AUTHORITIES DISCOVER TI
COLON GERMS ARE AGAIN FL
NG THEIR WAY INTO LOt
SUPPLY.
WARNING NOTICES POST
Dr. Vaughn States That All DrinI.
Water Should bre
Foiled.
boil the water."
Again this warning slogan, so fan
iar to studrts who have a'. nded'
uvii ersity in previous year , is sou
:d from the water analysis laborat
of the meuical department. A t
completed yesterday shows the " a

have the heads of the campaign are more
rubs --
the than jubilant.
With the campaign only two days
h to Mlong in its race, the long waited for
ook mark of 2,000 has been' so nearly
ush reached that it is now practically cer-
fif- tain that it will be breasted before the
and entire rooming house sectioji has been
ane- canvassed. But success does not-mean
and a cessation from the labors and the
sser campaigners will start afresh today.
ular H. S. Parsons, '15 E, held the first
ield 'honors last night with a total of nine
hitt memberships. E. o. West, '14 L, came
The second with six of the slips while four
pot other men obtained five each. And in
'eat addition there were ten solicitors with
ery a record of four, a fact which points to
the zeal of the workers.
Telephones kept the Union manage-
on ment in touch with the campaign all
ar- evening and this system will be used
but again tonight so that a little celebra-
the tion can be held when "2,000" is ush-
een ered in. The work of ciecking up the
the campaigners is the hardest part and
by it is hoped that those who have not
iey already made a detailed report will
as do so today.
nd Rivalry, good natured but keen, has
nk- been instilled into the workers and
ing this will no doubt be kept alive by the,
ity fact that the "scores" are being post-
ng, ed on the bulletin board.

Laboratory facilities of the depart-
ment are now being taxed to their full
capacity as a result of an increase of
150 students enrolled in the chemistry
courses. Three new teaching assist-
ants and two .sew laboratory assist-
ants have been employed by special
consent of the executive committee of
the regents, and will be recommended
for appointment. One of the labora-
tories is now accomodating nearly
twice as many students as it is
equipped to handle, and all the others
are overcrowded.
In the beginning courses, 1, la, A.,
2E, and 2b, 100 more sudents are en-
rolled than were last year. Eighty-
five students are enrolled in the lab-
oratory courses in organic chemistry,;
though the laboratory is equipped for
only 45. This work is now required
for the junior year in chemical engi-"
neering, whereas it has been optional
heretofore.

VW"It has never tamed to me," con-
tinued Aii itel' iha th eung
ladins i Ch. ' tere -ould ce to
Vote at Ah7i-e ci'ia non elctions
and it has hnyU my le that Mrs.
Jordan amd lis I igow would take
the same-viewx. Tb is 1 found to be true
as a result of a talk wi lh them. Mrs.
Jordan cdx aneed the thought that as
the majioa portion ol' the i5.O0 re(-eived
from lhe girns is ni-si :g:ed to the Pal-
mer field improvement fund, the
young ladies woulti undoubtedly feel
fully recompensed in Ut:ing; granted
admission to all at bletic contests on
Ferry field.
"In my opurion it can be safely taken
for granted that active membership
in 4the Athletic a-moiation Ls to be
limited to m en, both si udents a nd fac-
ulty of the unersity, wxhose entire fee
of $5.00 is paid into tbe treasury of the
Athletic association."

Eleven members of the senior engi-
neering class have been chosen in the
regular fall elections to Tau Beta Pi,
the junior and senior honorary engi-
uiecring society. They are: James W.
'oliln, Willian A. Grove; Edward .M.
yi. Thomas F. McGivney, Robert
MoMath, Norman K Sheppard,
Charles M. Smith, Stephen R. Trues-
dell, Clair Upthegrove, Jeptha A. Wade,
and Carl E. Wolfstyn.
According to the qualifications es-
iential to successful candidates, those
hosen have seldom failed in recitation
during their college career, and repre-
sent the best in their class from the
standpoint of scholarship. Personal-
by and character are considered also
in making the selections.

to contain a considerable quantity
colon germs, indicating that the wat
is contaminated and that the utmc
precautions should be taken.
Drinking fountains on the camp
have been shut off for several day:
and drinking water has been availab
only from the tanks containing distil
ed water which have been placed i
most of the university buildings. No
tices that the water is at present im
pure have been posted on he campu
by order of the committee on sanita
tion. The water analyses have show
more or less contamination for sever

Varsity.

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RED SOX RALLY TIES SCORE
IN SECOND SERIES G At hE
All bets were off in the second game
of the World'se series yesterday. The
game resulted in a 6 to 6 draw and
was callel in the eleventh inning. Ros-
ton made a surprising rally at. the
close of the game when Speaker hit a
home run, and all but defeated "1i3r
Six" Matthewson, the Giants' .in-
stay: The summary:-

ilarriug r Withdraws From Race.
Vditor The Daily:
Please announce through your col-
umns that 1 am heartily in sympathy
with the movement to eliminate the
use of cards in elections on the cam-
pus, except in the cases of freshman
classes where a condition prevails
tiferent from' that applying to other
classes.
As -a student councilman I have
given expression of my views along
this line and wish to be consistent re-
'arding the matter.
I congraulate the candidates for
track manager on their attitude and in
sympathy with the movement and hav-
inq distributed cards earlier, I now
w iithdraw my name as a candidate for
Varsity base ball manager, and ask
that it be not further considered.
Respectfully,
Signed, Lon H. Barringer.

ends a
of Con
shown
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11, and the

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mate a J Illini Club to Hold Meeting.
s. The first regular meeting of the Illi--
rung the ni Club will be held Monday afternoon.
tried to The 'club at present consists of 1001
e varsity charter members. The plans for the
ond time future are indefinite but a series of
s when dances and one or two smokers will be
job from given. Lincoln's birthday will be cel-
had re- ebrated by a banquet, at which some
prominent Illinois man will speak.
Needs Carnegie Medal.
ts flick- pus, searching for the night watch-
ite hour man.
vhitened The stillness became unbearable.
ers. Two Brave thoughts came to the terror-
the turf stricken collegian. He would steel
r little himself for the deed and perhaps save
hed to his Alma Mater from some dread ca-'

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Batteries-Matthewson and Myers,
Wilson; Collins Hall and Bedient.
VARIOUS CLASSES WILL AIEET
FOR NOMINATIONS FRIDAY.
Although the new class constitution
provides that the nominations for offi-
cers shall be made tomorrow, most of
the classes have not as yet made ar-
rangements for their meetings. The
delay this year is due undoubtedly to
the general slowness of getting under
way that seems to be prevalent all
over the campus.
The election of councilmen will take
place Monday, October 14. The class
officers are to be elected -on the Sat-,
urday of the next week, but as this is
the date of the Columbus game at least
one class will not hold their election at
that time.
The junior lit class will meet Fri-,
day .afternoon at .5:00 o'clock in the
west physics lecture room to nominate
officers. The senior lit class have no-
tices posted for the nominating meet-
ing tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in
Tappan hall. The senior laws meet in
Room C tix .,ime afternoon at 1,J
o'clock for the same purpose. while tli
juniors of that department will also

1en1er of ''( _as !ies at Saginaw..
Word has just been received in Ann
Arbor of the death of James Webber
Peter, l;9 li, at hIs lionme in Saginaw.
Peters, '09 lit, at his homse in Saginaw,
to his college friends, gradated front
the H arvar-d L~aw School after re-
(:eiving his A. U. degree here. He was
admitte d to tbae Mich igan Bar just a
year ago, and ha s sinee been asso-
ciated with his father, a prominent
Sagin-aw Iawyer.
MOPII, T'0 3EET EN 3IA ' '.
Second Year Men Will ther in l're-
paration for Rush.
The walls of the west phybics lec-
ture room will echo to the concerted
cheering of sotIhomores from all depart
inuts of the tuiversity, who will hol
a m12ss-e'ting there at 7 : Th this even-
ing to prepare for the rush and cane-
spree of next Saturday morning.
Maurice C. Myers, law, '13, will be
chairman of the mo dug. President
L. H. Barringer, of the Student Coun-
cil, will talk about the contests from
the Council jpoiot of x iew ; "Bottlesa
Thompson wil mkhe the "pepper"
speech; andl "Etddie" Snier, who is
general chairman of the o nUittee in
charge of tile rush and cane soree,
will explain the rules governing thon,
and give detailed instructions as to the
order of the day.

i-encefort1, Ye Laws Can Recline.
New swivel seats are being installed
in the law library. They will take the
place of the present small, straight-
backed ones and will make the'barris-
ters more comfortable as they study
their ponderous books.

tains contaminated m
has had to be tapped
to furnish part of the
ply, and the examine
frequent intervals in
oratory have shown
poisonous bacilli. At
colon bacillus, which
in itself, is apparent
acts as an index ofte
gerous parasites, as
fever, and hence eve:
recommended.
Several of the boar
serving only distilled N
gested by Dean V. C.'
students at houses w
the case request the b
thus effect a general
must be met.

pre

Jane Addamis Was
Adda ms of Hull House, was a
much sought after person last evening.
Leaving Chicago early,in the morning,
and s opping an hour to visit with
friends, Miss Addams did not reach
Ann Arbor until 4:48, where she clev-
erly eluded a number of interested
people and curious reporters.
She was driven rapidly to the home
ci Miss Alice Crocker and given one
half hour to prepare for a dinner party
at Dr. Warthin's. During that half
hour, in the midst of numerous tele-
phone calls, and inquiries concerningM
her guest, Miss Crocker told of the
social worker's marvellous energy and1
ability to always keep going.
"I have known Miss Addams a num- '
ber of years," said Miss Croker, and
1 have never seen her looking so well.1
In Chicago, in addition to. all her reg-
ular work,Miss Addams has one dayt

in a Hurry, But-!
before dinner. She was willing t
talk, however, and when asked wha
university women could do for equa
suffrage, child labor and other burn
ing questions of the day, said:.
"I am very much surprised that th
university women here have no equa
suffrage league. At the university o
Chicago, at Wisconsin, and other col
leges where I have lectured, there ar
very active -suffrage clubs which ar
doing some really fine work."
When asked what Michigan girl:
could do in the state movement foi
woman suffrage, Miss ,Adams was o:
the opinion that a strong club shoulk
be formed at once, to aid in arousing
interest in the matter before it comes
to a vote on November 5. In regard t
child labor and the social evil, Mis.
Adams said, "in such matters collegE
girls cannot do as much, but every onE
should be vitally interested, and well

Carefully nosing about for a weapon,
he discovered a small cudgel and arm-
ed with it he approached the maraud-
ers. Fear was in his heart as he
drew near, just in time to see one of
the figures grab the ground again. But
he nerved himself and spoke.
"Wh-wh-what are you doing."
"We are merely catching angle
worms for the laboratory," responded
the figure, at the same time seizing
one 'of the "wigglers" and putting it
in a pail.
The student fled.

Phyvsical E aS are Yc x, in Progres s
Physkcal tramiinations tor first year
men have ali 'dy begun at Waterman
gymnasium. U. has been arranged for
the fresh Ii and enineers to sign
first for gy0 iass( which begin No-1

meet in Room C at the same hour, vember 4 n o take their examia-
while senior engineers will meef to- tions at once. Other atvudeots desiring
morrow evening in room 311 of the lockers may take their x:,aminations
new engineering building for their after the clas s for the f rs year men
nominations. have begun.

a week which she devotes entirely to
newspaper reporters."
Miss Addams had just five minutes

informed upon all legislation, an
tion which is at present being
in the movements."

ear Man there is a'tic

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To accommodate all new men the same
lecture is given on three successive evenings,
MON,, TUES. and WED., OCT. 14, 15, and
16, 4 7:15 P. M., in MEDICAL BUILDING.

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