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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1914.

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,..- --E MICHIGAN SENDS STRONG TEAM
RAISE IN SALARIES _P 0KC OMMInTTEES ANN ARBOR TO SEE DAroit Trow
,COMMTTEEight Cross Country Men Will1 Go to
VOTED BY REGENTS FORTIONOPERA 2090 BOYS FRIDAYthihaniiencrss co
______ ___rase__at Detroit, instead of the six man
Make Revision of Scale For Literary TODAY Louis Bruch, '16L, Russell Collins, '16, Secretary of State Bryan Will Speak team that was originally pIannid.
Department and Academic Moving-pictures, Hill auditorium, 7:00 and Richard- Thorsch,'16, Chosen Saturday Night; Obtain His While the univeristy runners will be
General Consent By Showing pitted against the best distance men in
Parts of Engineering o'clock. as Assistants n Petition the state, they are confident of victory.
Phi Lamda Upsilon dance, Country Chairman S. G. Vedder, spec., W. H. Lynch,
GRANTUNIO PERISSIN TOclub; ear leaves8:10 o'clock
GRANT UNION PERMISSION TO SET MONDAY FORMEETNG OF PRESIDENT HARRY B. HUTCHINS '17, and C. T:Fishleigh, '17E, are the C
TAKE AUDITORIUM FOR OPERA TOMORROW THOSE TRYING OUT FOR CAST GIVES WELCOME TO DELEGATES additional runners who have been en-
tered. E. Bouma, '17, has developed
Issu Wanin ToBicclitsandUnion membership dance, Michigan asros"hre os"'adwl e1
Issue Warning To Bicyclists, and Union, 3:00 o'clock, Will Announce Contest For Posters Need Accommodations For 600 of 180 a serious charley horse" and will be 1
Order Notices To Be Put Soon; to Offer Usual Signed at Y. M. C. A. unable to compete.
On C Kentuckyclub banquet, Michigan Un- S rn;'to ffe$U.ualTo Appear Captain Trelfa, Carroll, Kuivinen,
ion, 6:00 o'clock. Walters, and Olson are the members of
Prompted by the increased cost of Ann Arbor will witness the largest the original entry list who will com-
Uno opera. committees are now
living, the board of regents, at their complete, and General Chairman Ken- gathering of boys ever held in the petea
meeting yesterday, voted substantial YcomlethBaxtelCEran tenfworld, when over 2,000 of the older t
1wh2neth Baxter, '15E, announces the foe-
raises in the salaries of faculty in- boys of Michigan open their 12th an- t
structors and professors throughout lowing: assistants to general chair-nCOsNCys nfrchrent
liil l I * i u l sae b y'conference here nextn
the university, to take effect the be-t s man, Louis Bruh, '16L, Russell Col- Uy- mr .1
i11 1 .3090uuFridays November 27. ~r
ginning of the school year, 1914-1915. M O E Hins, '16, and Richard Thorsch, '16; as- T
The rvsdsaefrteltrr This conference, which is held un- C O I G s
department and the academic sections Manimoth Mass Meeting in Auditorium sistants to master of costumes, Francis der the auspices of Michigan Y. M. C. F R LY Cf01
of the engineering department is as Sunday Closes Most Successful Mack, '16E, John Switzer, '16, and A's., will be of national significance, Br
follows: Instructors, $1,000-$1,600, Campaign Ever Clarence Swainson, '16L; assistants to for among the speakers are Secretary Goes on Record As In Favor ofc
formerly $900-$1,400; assistant profes- Held master of properties, James B. Angell, of State William Jennings Bryan, Fred Statng Chstmas Vacation
ors, $1,700-$2,000, formerly $1,600- I on Dec. 18, instead of
$1,800; junior professors, $2,100-$2,400, PLAN TO HOLD BIBLE CLASSES 2nd, '16, Sidney Steen, '16E, and Mel- B. Smith, of New York, Edgar M. Rob- Dec. 22
formerly $2,000-$2,200; professors, $2,- REGULARLa IN FRATERNITIES vin Beaver, '16; music publishing com- inson, of New York, Woodbridge N. _ c
500-$4,000, formerly $2,500-$3,500. The -- mittee, R. H. Tananhill, '15, chairman, Ferris, governor of Michigan, and PRESIDENT HARRY B. HUTCHINS t
changes in salaries will affect more 34 Speakers Give 20 Minute Talks B. S. Mott r, '16, L. J. Scanlan, '16L, Charles E. Townsend, United States TO GET COMMITTEE'S PETITOIN a
than 200 persons, and will increase the To 68 'Men Individuals and E. D. .Crumpacker, '16E; publicity senator from Michigan. _g
budget by approximately $40,000. in Four Days committee, Adna Johnson, '16L, chair- Secretary of State Bryan was asked Introduce Question Concerning What g
The petition asking for the intro- man, Harry L. Bell, '14, W. A. P. John, to speak at this convention over a Services Result From
duction of military training at the With a total attendance of 13,846 '16, and Wilbur Brotherton, '16; elec- year ago, but it was not until J. A.Se Hospital Fee p
University of Michigan, signed by stu- students, the Students' Christian as- trician, Theron D. Weaver, '16E; danc- Van Dis, boys' state secretary, pre- -a
dents and faculty men of the univer- sociation of the University of Michi- ing director, L. E. Hughes, '16E. sented him with a bound volume con- In a session attended by all of its
sity, was laid on the table for the gan closed the . most successful cam- With the personnel of committees taiming the signatures of over 4,000
Miciga bos, hathe onsnte tomembers, the student council form- e
present. paign of its kind ever held in any now complete, active work on the 1915 Michigan boys, that he consented to
The rergents authorized the accept- college or university in this country, opera will begin at once. There will be come. He will speak Saturday night. ally went on record last night as in g
ance of an option in the contract for with a mammoth mass meeting Sun- a meeting of all men who are interest- Fred B. Smith, formerly internation- favor of closing the university the t
the new science building, calling for day afternoon in Hill auditorium. ed in trying out for the cast at 7:00 an to t. pretry t H. Ws Friday before Christmas. The coun-
the completion of a fourth floor. This This total of nearly 14,000 would in- o'clock next Monday night in the main sostanvithpresident of the H., W.drops sd ple poersnd al c-b
addition will be finished along with dicate that practically every student room of the Union. At this time, ev- John Manville company, of New York, .d th return ofes edcs.
the rest of the building. on the campus came more or less erything connected with the require- has been secured to address the mass
erythngeetinged Sundayhe efternoni Hlladicommttheretwasraontspedivs-
Permit Opera in Auditorium within the influence of this monster ments for cast parts will be explained, meeting Sunday afternoon in Hill audi-A tigatete pves ained by isy
Pernission was granted to stage the religious and social service campaign. and the time foi actual tryouts will be torium. Mr. Smith was a leader int utigate the privileges gained by st- i
Michigan Union opera in Hill audi- The purpose of the campaign may set. dents upon payment of the compulso-
torium this year, provided guarantees be best expressed in the words of The poster contest for the most suit- movement, which swept the country a ry hospital fee.
will be given that no injury will re- Wellington H. Tinker, religious dir- able drawing to advertise the show will A committee was appointed to draw a
sult to the building by the staging of ector of the University Y. M . A., be announced in the near future. A very city of any size in the world
bandnisuconsideredes thergreatest li"-up a resolution stating that the council
the production. who said: "Michigan students need first prize of $10.00 will be given. ing seaker youn g was in favor of lengthening the vaca-
Owing to the danger arising from the best in rigion. They have the Music writers will be announced gar o o n, tion, and copies of the resolution will
lac'of propey protection of moviug best in philosophy, law, medicine and Sunday. Their contributions have been . ernat Y.s, f A ' be presented to President Harry B.
Ptre'machines'in'Hill auditorium, engineering always at hand-why not international Y. M. .A. Secretary Hutchins, the board of regents, and the
pitr ahnsi ilsubmitted, and are now being judgedfrbywilas e ee e hsutcunil.tTheoa dofraftis, ngomi t-
the purchase of a machine for this the best In religion, presented by men by the committee. The quality of thi: bor boys, will also be here. He has tee coni . M. Lacy, '15, T
purpose was authorized. 1P! whose judgment, and sound learning year's music is said to be above that benov tence work for the past 20 ys ndteeconsists of H. M. Lacy, '15, T.,P.i
Prof. Henry C. Adams, of the econo- and practical achievements they can- of any previous production. waene ofr the fist me os a Soddy. '16E, and Howard McDonald i
mics department, was granted leave not question?" According to Bert St. John, who will as one of the first men to take un grada
of absence for the first semester of Awaken Student Interest again direct the opera, the book admits as branch of work. Mr. Robinson A. W. Mothersill, '15, introduced the t
the school year 1915-1916, to complete That the campaign accomplished its of some fine scenic effects, and already order l attend rcoengagements in matter of the hospital fee. He sai
the work that he is carrying on for purpose is witnessed not only by the is la3 Ing his plans for working Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris and that according to the interpretation e
the Chinese,, government. great number, of students who tookGoenrW dbigN.ersadthmutotebstdvtg. made by the health authorities, the ftee
Issue Warning To Bicyclists part in it, but also by the awakened them out to the best advantage. Senator Charles E. Townsend will be
A, interest, among students, of the sub- present for the opening meeting Fri- covered services in cases contracted c
Awarning was issued to bicyclists, interes, amonIstudetsEoftheNsu- by accident or In attendance at thle e
SENiOR ENGINEERS MEET AND day evening. Both men will speak,
ordering them to use caution while jects discussed. A movement is on TURN DOWN LEAVING OF ARCH and it is expected that Hill auditorium university. Students have to pay for r
on the campus, and notices to this foot among many of the fraternities
effectwill be posted, and sororities to establish permanent will be taxed to its utmost to accom- operations and for board at the hos-
A refund of the athletic portion of bible classes for the fair-minded ds- Find That Cost Per Capita to Erect modate the crowd which will want pital, in other cases. W. I. Lillie, '1M, a
Aefunnda fhewa athticortion to bib c lass e fortghs f e d .- Such Structure Would Be to hear them. President Harry B. explained that the health service did
the' annual fee was authorized to 14 cussion of religious subjects. YB
students Most of the fraternities and sorori- Too Great . Hutchins will give the welcoming ad- not operate on tonsils and adenoids J
The regents formally approved of ties received the idea of entertaining dress to the boys at the Friday night without extra charge, because such i
the arrangements for a combined the 'visiting speakers with enthusiasm, Senior engineers at a class meet- meeting. treatment would induce prospective P
course between Albion college and the and a number of them have appointed ing yesterday, were almost unanimous In preparation for this convention, students to put off operations until af- 1
engineering department of the Univer- committees tor investigate the feasibil- in their decision not to leave a memo- 75 student delegates4 members of the ter they entered the university, thus
rtgsity of Michigan, the details of which ity of having men visit the fraternity rial arch at the northwest corner of registration committee, met last night taking advantage of the free prosions
have previously been announced. houses regularly throughout the year. the campus. The majority of the in Newberry hall to complete the plans connected with the hospital fee. Moth-
The establishment of a demonstra- There werefour mass meetings held members favored presenting the uni- for taking charge of the boys during ersill and C. L. Cross, '15D, w reap-b
tion school for the benefit of the edu- every night during the campaign, with versity with a scholarship fund. How- their stay in Ann Arbor. pointed an investigating comm ttee.
cational department came up for con- a total attendance of 4,370. The mass ever, it was left to the committee to While the Michigan conference, is ° In giving up its police powers, the
sideration, and was made a special meeting Sunday afternoon 'in Hill work out a plan. being held, 10 other states will be council struck from the constitution °
order to be considered at the next auditorium was the most successful, The memorial arch question was holding similar conferences. None of an amendment passed last May, which
meeting of the regents, there being 1,200 students in attend- brought up some time ago. It was the other state conferences approach reads as follows: "It is the duty of I
Grant Increase To Book Fund ance. planned that all grgduating classes the magnitude of those held in the a councilman to prevent hazing, riots
An increase of $5,000 to the book Engineers Show Best Attendance should contribute towards building a state of Michigan, however, either in or- the destruction of property. After
fund of the general library was voted. Of the group or departmental meet- large stone structure at the intersec- numbers attending, or in the list of warning students without results, it s
In order to do away with the many ings, those of the engineering students tion of the walks at the corner of the speakers secured. . ehal be the duty of the councilma r
late registrations, the graduate de- were most successful, there being a campus. Accommodations have been secured btrgth same to acoun." s
partment was given permission to total of 1,200 students in attendance. After investigating the cost of such for only 1,200 of the 1,830 boys who Through W. I. Lillie, '15M, the seph
adopt the same ruling with respect The medical students ranked next a building, it was found that about had signed up last night. The fra- medics informed the council of their
to late registrations as is at present with an attendance of 330, while the $20,000 would be necessary to put up ternities have already offered to take willingness to come back to its jurs- s

in effect in the literary department; laws and dents each had 300. a suitable structure. As there are care of 160 boys, and many have not diction, and to hold the elections over v
namely, that a fine of $5.00 be imposed. At the various workers' meetings. only about 1,000 who will graduate, yet sent in the cards which were again, if necessary. The council de- a
A vote of thanks was rendered to which were scattered over the four this would mean an entirely too heavy mailed to them some time ago. cided that a re-election wouhi be a w
E. J. Marshall, practicing lawyer of days, there was a total attendance of per capita tax. Those clubs which will be able to mere formality, and ratified the elec- a
Toledo, who presented to the library 1,876. . Two hundred of this number The class then discussed the advis- entertain some of the remaining 600 tion. The officers will be considered t
a copy'of a book printed in 1659, deal- attended the "Conservation Banquet" ability of leaving a scholarship fund boys should notify the University Y. to hold their offices dating from yes- C
ing with corporations, and for which held Monday night for the purpose of to be used in helping engineering stu- Mf. C. A. terday, however, and proteststo thit
large sums of money have been offer- conserving-the spirit engendered by dents of sufficiently high scholarship, There will be 202 towns represented elections may be made within the next t<
ed by the public libraries of Boston, the campaign. who earn their way through school. in this greatest of conferences for two weeks, as usual. V
New York and Washington. The book Banquets were held every day of The memorial committee, with Gordan boys, scattered over 69 Michigan coun- Gordan A. Bergy, '15P, the new a
has not yet been received at the li- the campaign, at which varsity ath- McCabe chairman, will take this mat- ties. The towns of the upper penin- pharmic representative, was present
brary. letes, class officers and various indi- ter up, and will report at the next sula as well as those of the lower at the council meeting for the first a
(Continued on page 6) (Continued on page 6) meeting will be represented. time.

JUNIR LWS ASK
FOR SECONlD SAE
Draw Up Challenge Upon Refusal Of
Soph Lits To Play Second Time
To Decide Championship
Of Campus
CANNOT COMPEL 1917 TEAM TO
MEET LAW AGGREGATION AGAIN
'ntramural Department gives Sanction
and Recommends Another
Meeting
"To the football team of the liter-
ary class of 1917, greetings; whereas,
he officials of the football game be-
ween the junior laws and the sopho-
more lits on Saturday, November 21,
914, have agreed that the so-called
afety was not, according to the of-
acial rules, a safety but a .touch-
back, and that the real score of the
ontest was therefore 0 to 0;
"And, whereas, the said officials are
ot only willing, but also desirous of
orrecting the mistake; and, whereas,
;he board of directors of the athletic
ssociation has recommended that the
ame be, replayed; and owing to the
enerality of the criticism and dis-
ention of the various classes and de-
artments on the campus concerning
game neither won nor lost by either
eam;
"And, taking it for granted that
very man on the soph lit team is a
ood clean sport, and will rebel at
he idea of accepting a thing which is
ot fairly won; therefore we, the mem-
ers of the junior law football team,
ereby appeal to your desire for good
lean sportsmanship, and challenge
ou to play the final game for the
ampus championship, (which accord-
mg to the officials and public senti-
nent stands between the two teams)
t some near future time that may
e agreed upon by the managers of
,esaid teams."
Signed: Junior Law Football Team.

nore lit football team' that th
n question would not be repl
ts own will, the above challe
ssued by the junior law tea
the sanction of the intramural
alent.
In spite of the fact that a
lement in the soph lit team
avor of replaying the game I
ided so unsatisfactorily the
hampionship, the team as a
rendered its decision to Inti
Director Rowe yesterday n
and declined to replay the
When the fact became known
Junior Laws, they set about th
ng up of the above challenge
peal to the sportsmanship of t
its.
Since the decision of the
was made, and the game st:
won, in technical fact, the lits
e forced in any way to rep'
game.

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