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Vol. XXIII, No. 10.

ANN RBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1912.

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LIVELY BATJLE
IS PROMESED
L. A. C. C :E S W ITH A K EEN D E-
TERMINtrI\ TO EVEN UP FOR
SOME OLD )CIRES TEAT EM-
ORY WILL NOT ERASE.
FARMERS ARE OU]WEIGHED.
Barton, Bogie and Colo Will ('race
the Sidelnes Owing to
injuries.
When Michigan hooks up in battle
with M. A. C. this afternoon there is
going to be a game worth witnessing.
The Wolve~rnes must beep their rec-
ord clear at the expense of the farm-
ers while these sam agricultural
gents have the utmost desire to win
this game. They have bad that yearn-
ing for some years and although it
has never been satisfied it has caused
some fine battles and !.as not lost its
potency throughout the years of dis-
appointment.

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THE WEATHER

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Forcast 4for Aim Arbor- Saturday
rain anid colder.
University Observaory-Friday,
7:00 p. m. temperature 63.4; maximum
temperature 70.2; minimum tempera-
ture 56.3; average wind . velocity 4
miles.

19116 DISPLAYS
MUCH PEP FOR
TODAY'S FRAY
HRESTIWX MASS M1EETING SHOWS
MORE 1 ENTSuAS THAN THAT
OF THE S1f1P01ORES; IHARD
FOUA T CONTEST PROMIISE. I)

CLASSES NAME
CANDIDATES
FOR OFFICES

GRIDIRON

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STRUGG~dLES F01
TO DAY.
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West
U. of M. at Ann Ar

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M. A. C. vs.

bor.
Dakota Wes. vs. U. of S. Dak. at
Mitchell
Denison vs. 0. S. U. at Colum-
b bus.
Minnesota vs. Nebraska at Lin-
coln.

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YOUR EATING
HOUSE USI
BOILED WAl
IF NOT, YOU ARE EING S
TO COLON AND OTHER
THAT ARE PREVALENT
CITY WATER.

NEW NOMINATING SYSTEM OF'
SENIOR LITS WORKS WELL
ALL PETTY POLITICS IS
TIRELY ABOLISHED.

TUHE
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NOTABLE

JAPANESE

ENROLL.I

Prof. Takehara and Konishi to Take
'"raduat Work.

RUSH BEGINS AT 9:15 A. M FRESHMEN v EETNEXT WEEK

Among the Japanese students who
have been enrolled in the university
are two notable men, Prof. S. Take-
hara and Prof. Z. Konishi.
Prof. Takehara is a graduate of the
University of 'Lake Forest, and has
been teaching English in one of the
leading military colleges in Tokio,
Japan. He has written two books on
English idioms, and is compiling at
present a dictionary on English idi-
oms. He is taking graduate work
here and will stay for a year and then
go back to resume his post in Japan.
Prof. Konishi is professor of chem-
istry of the University of Osaka, and
was sent by the Japanese government.
He will be a special student during the
first semester, and then join the Grad-
uate school for a year before proceed-
ing on his errand to England, where
he intends to study in the University
of Cambridge.
WILL SELECTTWO
MANAGERS TODAY
All Students but Women Entitled to
Vote at Athletic Associa-
tion Election.
WILL RE IE)L IN ROOM lo1 U. H.

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U. of Wis. vs. Northwestern at
Madison.
Wash. U. vs. U. 'of Ill. at Cham-
paign.
Case vs. Wooster at Cleveland.
East.
Harvard vs. Williams at Cam-
bridge.
Yale vs. Lafayette at New Hav-

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BETTER SCAN

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Both (' sscs 1 ave Dispersed QuIetly
Showing A Spirit That is
fomminendale.
The sophomore nass-meeting of
Thursday night was the biggest of

Most of the Elections Will
One Week From'
Today.

Be HeldI

Dean V. C. Vaughan Say
dents Should Request
Water.-

Although Michigan will enter the
field minus the services of two or
three of its best men, the victory
should fall, to the Wolverines. The
simple life- exponents will be out-
weighed to a small oxtent and are
lacking the services of some of the
inen who performed se well last year.
The beef Wrill be a big factor in to-
day's game considering the condition
of the fields which is badly soaked and
will not be. conducive io speed. Mack-
in, coach of the farme-s, will not ad-
mit defeat and claims to have some
patented plays tucked away espe-
cially fir this game which
should be a great test for the varsity
defense which has been the weak
point so far this year.
Barton, Boyle, and Cole will grace
the sidelines today foi the trio have
injuries of various sorts that will
prohibit their playing. Boyle's arm
is still in bad shape though he may pe
in for a while, and Cole and Baron are
far from perfect condition. Rayns-
ford and McHale will work at tackles
while Torbet will get Barton's end
job. Otherwise the lin,,up will be reg-
ular. The performance of the team
today will be interesting to watch.
The Case game showed some defects
particularly in the way of defense
that will have to bo corrected but the
past week has been so scant on scrim-
inage that it is not probable that
mudh has been done? The line should
be' improved and have a little more
iron in it and the offensive playing
should be more powefful.
The game is really a crucial one in
the schedule for from? this game untila
the Cornell' scramble there should be,
a steady improvemen in the varsity
that will culminate in a nearly perfect
team on November ;6th. Should
Michigan lose this g-me the rest of
the schedule could not be a success in
any way and a big srbore would give
Wolverine stock a coil.siderable boost.
M. A. C. had a hard; time trimming,
Alma last Saturday .alnd it looks like
an even bet that Micigan should to-
tal over 20.
The lineup will be -3
Michigan Positio n 1W. A. C.
Pontius.... ..L.F .....B. Millerl
Raynsford.... .. L.'I... Chaddock t

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INSTRUCTIONS Tj( VOTERS,.
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Polling place Room 101, Univer-
sity Hall. Main floor. I
Polls open at 7:30 a. m. Close
at 1:00 p. m.
Every voter must bring his
treasurer's receipt slip and
NOT the book of tickets. No
ballots given out without
showing the receipt slip.
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At the election of the Athletic associ-
ation today a baseball manager and
a track manager will be chosen to
serve for the coming year. The scram-
ble for office this year is novel in many
features and marks a change in the
athletic system that has existed so
long.
It is a certainty that the largest vote
ever polled in any campus election
should be counted today. For the first
time all students on the campus, with
the exceptions of the women, will be
entitled to vote and it is believed that
despite the numerous other attrac-
tions, the greater number will take
time to go to the polls. The election
is also of interest in that the fight for
the baseball job is three cornered
while in the track managerial race a
new idea has been sprung in that nei-
ther of the candidates has solicited a
vote or passed a card.
The polling place will not be in the
main auditorium of University Hall
where it has usually been held. At
room 101 on the main floor of the hall
the ballots will be given out and the
polls will be open at 7:30 a. m. and
close at 1:00 p. m., allowing a chance
for everyone to cast a vote.
Another new departure and rather
important is that the treasurer's re-
ceipt slip must be brought by every
voter and without this no ballots will
be given out. In spite of the general
impression, the book of tickets is not
needed but the treasurer's slip is es-
sential. The reason for this in the
main is that the athletic authorities
fear that if the books are the required
articles many books might be lost at
the hush and considerable trouble
caused. And the treasurer's slips are
easier to carry.
The following men are candidates:
For Baseball Manager:
V. 1L. McCarthy, '13L.
Bruce Anderson, '13E.
Howard Ford, '13.
For Track Manager:
Dexter Rheinhart, '13.

its kind in years, but the freshman
meeting of last night was even bigger,
and equally enthusiastic. Every incli
of the west physics lecture room was
under at least 200 pounds of the sort
of pressurethat helps win rushes.
Upper-classmen who attended both
1meetings in an official capacity, pre-
diet that to-morrow's rush will be one
of the hardest-fought contests Michi-
gan has ever had.
But, big and enhusiastic as these
meetings have been, both classes have
dispersed quietly, showing a spirit
which the student council commends,
and which it hopes will characterize
their actions to-morrow, in order that
everything contrary to the letter and
spirit of the rules may be avoided and
no heritage of restriction be passed
on to classes still to come.
President Lon Barringer, of the stu-
dent council, and Otto C. Carpell, and
Carlton I. Wood, made the speeches of
encouragement last night, and made
them so well that "Eddie" Saier and
Maurice Myers, who gave instructions
for the events, had to do little dis-
couraging in order to keep the meeting
within bounds long enough for the
election of leaders. "Fat" Taskins
was chosen as leader, and his assis-
tants will be Gordon McLeod, "Duchy"
Holmes, and Bert Parfett.
All officials must meet at the center
pole this morning at 9:00 sharp, when
they will receive final instructions,
and be given their badges. No badges
will be saved for men not there at that
time; and only men wearing these
official marks will be allowed upon
the oval field laid out for the contests.
No photographers will have the pri-
vilege of the field unless they have re-
ceived permission from the general
chairman.
ALL UNION DANCE TICKETS SOLD.
Fully Seventy-five were Unsuccessful
In Securing Paste-Boards.
Every ticket, of the possible 100, for
tonight's dance at the Michigan Union
has been sold. The sale ended yester-
day noon when the final cardboard
was passed over the office counter at
the Union. Fully 75 were disappoint-
ed during the afternoon and evening
when they were told that the limit
had been reached. Absolutely no one
will be admitted to the hall unless he
can present a dance ticket, together
with a membership card, at the door.
This rule is to be strictly enforced,
and no exceptions will be made.
Fischer's seven piece archestra will
furnish the music. Lunch will be
served in the dinning room from 10
to 12 o'clock.
The committee in charge of the
party this evening is: Harold Abbott,
'13, general chairman; Clem Quinn,
'13, chairman ; William Mahon, '13,
Morris Milligan, '14, and Ralph
Khuen, '15.
ILLNESS CAUSES J. S. PHELPS
'STOKES TO CANCEL SPEECH.
J. G. Phelps Stokes who was to
speak in Newberry hall this evening
under the auspices of the Intercolle-
giate Socialist society was compelled
to indefinately postpone his engage-
ment owing to illness. A telegram to
that effect was rceived late last night.
Pharmie Graduate Teaching in South.
C. A. Struby, a graduate of the phar-
macy department of, the university
who last year had charge of the water
analysis work has been placed1
at the head of the pharmacy depart-
ment of the University of Georgia at

Nominations for the Student Coun-
cil and class offices were made Fri-
day in all but the freshmen classes.
The first year meetings will be held
early next week. Elections in the fol-
lowing classes will mostly be held a
week from today, in accordance with
the uniform constitution. The junior'
lits will hold theirs on Friday of
next week, as the regular date con-
flicts with the Columbus trip. The
junior medics, who are still undera

their old constitution, will hold their * U. of Tenn. vs. Maryland at *
class election at the same time as the * Knoxville.
student council elections, which fall * Wash. and Jefferson vs. Penn
on next Monday. * State College at State College. *
The new nominating system adopted * * a* * * * * * * *
by the senior lits worked well, al-
though it took over an hour and aT
half to make the nominations. There .AN T E
was, however, an apparent lack of in- HOLD
terest in the minor offices. LAEETING
The sophomore its will not hold OPEN-AIR MEEING
their nominations until Wednesday.
The classes of the homeopathic de- Innovation of Lost Satuday Will be
partment and the junior dental class Repeated today before yhe
have not yet announced the time of X. A. C. dame.
their nominating meetings.
Senior lit, councilmen-regular HELD)ON ERRY FELI AT 200.
terms: W. C. Trible, R. C. Spinning,
H. Wilson, and M. Griswold; unexpired The innovation of last Saturday when
term of Fred Gould: L. M. Bassett, and
a tie between D. Rhinehart and W. G. an open air mass meeting was held
Kerr;president-H. B. Abbott,. Clem before the game will be continued
Quinn, and Selden Dickinson; vice- today and the program will be about
president-Harriet carroll, Cora Dav- thdae.dThepgatesiof Fe abfet
is, Mercedes de Goenaga; secretary- the same. The gates of Ferry field
Florence W. Swinton, Winifred S. will be open early and at 2:00 o'clock
Rowe, and Elaine B. Shields; treasur- the mass meeting proper will sta
er-W. P. Staebler, R. Johnson, E. R. The band will be on hand to furn h
Smith; oratorical delegate-J. L. music and the main speech -will be
Primrose, W. P. Ellis; football mana-
ger-M. Foote; baseball manager-W. given by. Prof. Robert H. Bunker, one
A. Hart, B. B. Fallon, and L. M. Bas- of the most popular professors i the
sett; track manager-R. E. Doty, W. law department.
R. Melton, L. P. Nichols; boys basket- "Whitey" Otis will act as c eer
ball manager-N. O. Nicholson, . G. leader and it is expected a large ni-
Pendill; girl's basketball manager- ber of juniors who are trying out or
Misses Talbot and Ehrhorn. the jobjwillrbe on hand to assist. t
Junior its, councilmen-John Lip- is believed that M. A. C. will brin
pincott, Cyril Quinn, H. C. Talmadge, down their famed military band and
"Bud" Wilkins; president-H. B. Car- a train load of rooters and the cheer-
penter, R. A. Rodkey; vice-president- ing duel between the stands should
Phyllis Dunn, Gertrude Helmeche; be a good one. Inasmuch as the
secretary-Nellie Hanna, Julia A- meeting is still in the experimentalI
derson; treasurer--W. C. Mullendore; stage it is urged by the authorities
oratorical delegate-Percival Blanch- that a big crowd be present if it is
ard; football manager-F. G. Millard; to be continued.
baseball manager-B. E. Kline;track
manager-F. L. Young, R. S. White; GRAND RAPIDS CLUB PLANS
boys basketball manager-H.E. Clark; TO ADVERTISE UNIVERSIT.
girl's basketball manager-Helen
Wagner. The Grand Rapids club held the first
Senior engineers, Councilmen-W. of a series of dinners at the Michigan
R. Drury, G. F. Brown, J. Otto, N. Union last night. Registrar A. L. Hall
Kuhn; president-Ed. Lazear, F. addressed the members with the sub-
Gibbs, G. F. Brown, E. Hancock; vice- ject "The Michigan Light and Power
president-P. G. Brown, W. Fiske, S. Co. Unlimited." Donald Dennison act-
R. Truesdell, "Wy" Williamson; secre- ed as toastmaster,
tary-R. R. McMath; treasurer-H. In order to boost Michigan the club
H. Bartlett, L.O. Waite; baseball man- has ordered three copies of The Feich-
ager--H. Heyser, T. E. McGiveny; igan Daily sent to two Grand Rapids
track manager-R. Black, F. Wenner, high schools and the Ryerson library
manager-R. Blake, F. Wenner, C. during the year.
C. Smith; basketball manager-B.
Wood, Sneider. London Papers to Be Placed on File.
Junior engineers. Councilmen-L. A collection of 'typical London pe-
J. Keliher, S. D. Livingston, A. Eckeirt, riodicals, including a variety of news-
and G. Patereson; president-A. C. papers and magazines, will soon be
Williams, H. Trum; vice-president- placed in the library of the rhetoric
Bob Dillman; secretary-Patrick department for the use of the mem-
Crowe, E. W. Conover; treasurer- bers of the classes in journalism. The
F. R. Van de Laare, R. Yerrington; l collection comprises some 20 volumes
baseball manager-S. R, Fead, St. Am- selected for the rhetoric library by
our; track manager--W. H. White; Prof. Fred N. Scott.
boy's basketball manager-Bob Crane,
Harry Weeks, S. R. Brush. "Bolts" Can Now be Fixed.
Soph engineer. President-E. B. Bolters in the literary department
Dixon, W. W. Chandler; vice president may straighten out their record ac-
--G. Angle, L. F. Merritt; secretary- cording to the following schedule of
R. H. Middleditch, S. D. Preston; hours posted yesterday: Men-Monday
treasurer-H. Rood, R. Baxter; base- from 11 to 12:15 or Wednesday and
ball manager-B. C. Budd; track man- Friday from 3 to 4:15. Women-Tues-
ager-W. W. Straight, M. A. Haddon; Iday or Friday from 11 to 12:15.
(Continued On page 4.)

Swarthmore vs. U. of Penn. at
Philadelphia.
Princeton vs. V. P. I., at Prince-
ton.
Wesleyan vs. Brown at Provi-
dence.
Syracuse vs. Carlisle at Syra-.
cuse.
Army vs. Rutgers at West Point.
South.
Rose Poly vs. Vandebilt at Nash-
ville.

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New York U. vs. Cornell at Itha
ca.

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NEGRO EDUCATOR
TO SPEAK HEI
Booker T. Washington will app
as an initial number on the prog
of the Oratorical association on M
day, 4 p. in. in University Hall o
upon "The Education of the Negr
the South." Mr. Washington,
gives a part of each year to lectur
before the more important univers
of the country, has not spoke in'
Arbor for eleven years. He as se
ed this year by Preside . B. Hu
ins to whom he expr ed a partic
h to deliver - ' eliefs on the p
lem ce before a Universit
Michigan public.
Admission to the lecture will
on the season ticket of the associa
which can be obtained at Wahr's S
St. book store at $1.00. As an espe
inducement to the public, student
local free admisisn will be granted
ths initial lecture to all seats wi
are not contained in the special
ervation block to be held for all h
ers of season ticket. The se!
ticket will be placed on sale at
ticket window in University hall I
urday morning 10:00 to 12:00 and
Monday 10:00 to 12:00 and 2:0C
4:00.
Faculty members who desire rese
ed seats may obtain them at the
office without..charge.
SUNFLOWER STUDENTS HOLD
FIRST MEETING OF THE YI
Sons of the "Sunflower State"
in McMilan hall Last night and org
ized their club for the coming y
The society which numbers upw
of 35 members from Kansas has p
pared a program for the year rep
with: dance parties and other featu
Officers who will conduct the me
ings this year are: president, W
Mullendore; vice-president, Miss A
line Peers; treasurer, Harry K. (
tis; and secretary, S. R. Guild.
"Alie" Allison is in Town.
"Allie" Allison, president of
year's literary class, is in the city

Is your eating house in tb
If it is, you are safe from th
and other germs which are pr,
in the ;city drinking water at th
ent time, for these boarding
are eiher using boiled water
wells which have been analyze
water bureau of the medical
ment. If your boarding house
in this list, youare probably
subjected to germ dangers, fo
tically all the boarding house
been investigated. Dean V. C.
an has suggesed that all stude
quest their boarding house kee
use boiled water. If this is ge
done a demand will be aroused
the boarding house keepers
hardly afford to scorn. The r
of the Daily's investigation are
below. This list will be ad
from day to day as other b
houses comply with the warni
out by the medical department.
McCain's,'Green's,'Swartout's
buart's, Wuerth's, Chubb's, 'T
Cutting Cafe, Prettyman's, Lin
ta, Benjamin's, Walker's, The
Paris Cafe, Brennan's, Lum
Freeman's, Merkel's, Club
Room, Cobb's, Wolverine,
Chapman's, Park's, McKay's.

Quinn...........L.Gj
Paterson.......... C.
Allinendinger.
Mac Hale'........H..
Torbet..... R .
Huebel.. . Q.;
Craig. .......L.I1

or Gilmore
. . Campbell
..Adams or
Chamberlin
. .......McCurdy
.G ifford
.. Gorenflo
..Riblet. Capt.
H. Miller
or Cobb
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. ......Julian

Carpell. .....R.
Thomsoo .... . . . . F.1
Officials :-
Refereje, Holdernes
umpire4 Flaegler ol
IHead Li Aesman: Per
Another Fets Hondrs
The iaine of C-
was om Itted yesterday
lit.o ne n nwho had

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