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SALEOFAiNNUALS
.MAY EXCEED 2500
Request State, City and Sectional
Societies to Mall Booklets
Among High Schools
1,000 VOPIES ARE SOLD ALREADY
With almost 1,000 copies disposed
of to date, the circulation of the Mich-
igan. Athletic Annual promises to,
reach the 2,500-mark within a short
time. The booklet is being purchas-
ed largely for out-of-town distribu-
tion, by students who believe that the
statistics contained in the annual are
a, good proof of Michigan's all-time
athletic supremacy.
What's What, the predecessor of the
Athletie Annual, was placed in the,
hands of high. school boys to a large
extent. It is said that a number of
niea now in college, including several
athletes were attracted to Michigan
by the wonderful athletic history of
the Wolverines., as set forth in that:
publication. The present annual is
devoted entirely to athletics, and it
contains more than twice as much in-
formation of this kind as did What's
what.
Efforts are to be' made to get the
state, city and sectional clubs to send
out copies of the annual, at special
prices, to all of the high school sen-
iors in their respective localities..
Groups of students coming from large
high schools in surrounding cities are
also to be approached.
Preparations are being made to care
for a large alumni circulation for the'
annual. More than 500 copies of the
previous book were placed in the
hands of graduates, some of which

has ____
0iclbigan

DEAN MQRTIMER E. COOLEY. tioned the appraisal of the Detroit 4-PENNANTS, Size 2x30-4
Mortimer Elwyn Cooley was born Street Railways, which he had charge Any Leading Colleges 99
at Canandaigua, New York, on March of in 1899. In the year 1901, he also Your Seleotion.
28, 1855. He spent the earlier years had charge of a re-valuation of the tel-
of his life in New York State, and was ophone, telegraph and railway sys- All, of our best quality, in their
prepared for college in one of the tems of the State of Michigan. He has proper colors, with colored em-
eastern boy's schools. Upon his grad- spent the past year in directing an Either assortment, for limited
uation, he entered -the naval academy appraisal of the Pere Marquette R. R., time, sent postpaid for 5o cents
at Annapolis, from where he was which, to date, has not been complet- and five stamps to cover shipping
graduated in 1878. The folowing year ed. costs.
he spent in a cruise on the Mediter- He was appointed a member of the orders for felt novelties of all kingds
ranean, on one of the large govern- board of Interstate Commerce com-
ment cruisers. In 1880 he was sta- missioners, in 1907, and he held that The Cam City Novelty Co.
tioned on the Atlantic coast, and in position until 1912. During the years 421o Bittner Street
1881 he was appointed to the Bureau of 1910-13, he was also a member of Dayton, Ohio
of -Steam Engineering, the Michigan Railroad ,ommission,__
In the latter part of the year 1881, and was prominent in the delibera-
he was called by the University of tions of that board. He was elected to
Michigan, to the chair of professor of the Common Council of the city of G
mechanical engineering. Four years Ann Arbor, and he acted as president
later, the university conferred the de- of the council in 1890 and 1891. He
gree of Hon. M. E., on him. He re- was a member of, and an officer in,
ceived the Degree of LL.D. from M. the Michigan Naval Brigade, from
A. C. in 1907, and, in 1911, the Uni- 1895, throughout the year 1911, and With the issue of October 16, th
versity of Nebraska conferred the his interest in the naval service of the Reed College Quest, the student orga
degree of Eng. D. upon him. United States has always been a deep1
From 1885, although he was still and lasting one. ~ of Reed College, Portland, Ore., adop
officially connected with the universi- Dean Cooley is a fellow in the A. A. ed the fourth list of simplified spel
ty, he was on leave of absence a great 'A. S., and is a member of the American ings. The Quarterly Journal of tb
deal, in the pursuit of various kinds t Society of Mechanical Engineers, hav- University of North Dakota has adop
of work for the United States govern- ing acted as a vice-president of that ed a provisional list of the new sin
ment. He was chief engineer in the body in 1902-03. He was also direct- Splified forms. Scudder School, We
United States Navy in 1898-99, and, or of the American Society of Civil Fifty-ninth street, New York, teach(
throughout the period of the Spanish- Engineering in 1913, and he was simplified spelling to all commerci
American War, he served as chief' en- elected to the vice-presidency in the students, in the expectation that

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5 FORYOURDENE
Beautiful College Pennants
YALE and-HARVARD
Each 9 in. x 24 in.
PRINCETON, COR-
NELL, MICHIGAN
Each 7 in. x 2 in.

"! ne *'J'Jirni
.i be padato the collteestudent who sends
:htr lest original dv'ertisement for Fatima
teesbefare June -1, 1915. In the meantime,
:, 4. wepat b ,ewill pay the writer $5.
" p ,t ad. if you can, but if you 'can't
Len ngyour kodk or deuribe your idea.
i~lFieaaardgvI comminte eof three prom.
'dua ut i~es.& The names of this
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,1"NOA--, 212'Flfth Ave.. New York City

ipa Daily 20 Years Ago

were delivered

to prospective

stu-

years ago es y e marksn assu~i
ig of M ehig s. first gyjn a bu
nd the preetn Waternuu Gregk,
November-261894-, th firt . wrot
t in thathst@$Adestru'tate Gam'
ory of the plans, which fin-: follow
the completidn of the struo--

&i the north elevation presented
e i unsightly appearance. A
student with a sense of humor,
across thk north wall in large
oha tets- 'an inscription as
s, "when will I have an end?"

10 years 'befOre its
eed of a university

university at
necessary for
ere not forth-
of erecting a
i for many

Miehigan defeated Cornell yesterday'
for the first time- in its football his-
tory, by a score of 12 to 4. More' than
4,000 persons witnessed the game at
the D. A. C. field. It was a fine day
for football and the air was clear and
bracing.
The game was settled in the first
few minutes of play. Michigan line
players tossed their opponents aside
and fairly swept down the field. Cor-
nell played a desperate game after
Michigan scored< the first touchdown.
In the second half Michigan's supe-

ater-
ed to
fnd I
erip I

dents.
The Athletic Annual is now on sale
in the campus stores. The -booklet
sells for 25 cents a copy. The mailing
fee for a single book is three cents.
Ferbert........... LH ....... Mason
Dyer............ RH .... Starbuck
Bloomington.....FB ..........Dyer
A small rush, took place last even-
ing on the campus, but only about 150
took part; on account of the rain. The
freshnen are desirous , of testing
their strength, and another contest
may be looked for tonight.
_X-~
The long looked for opening of
Waterman gymnasium is now a thing
of the. past. Yesterday at 4:15 o'clock,
without the least warning, except the
bustle of nearly 200 students donning
their suits, the first class was called to
order by Dr. Fitzgerald. The visit-
ors' gallery was crowded with spec-
tators.
The Daily has already more sub-
scribers among the co-eds than ever
before in its history. Co-eds, sub-
scribe, you are representated on the
board.
The second number of the Michigan
Alumnus will be out tomorrow. The
periodical contains about 32 pages of
matter interesting to graduate and
alumni students and has been much
improved and enlarged. President
Angell's report occupies about 18 pag-
es. The football situation is discuss-
ed by G. B. Dygert, '93. J. B. Johns-
ton, contributed an article on the:
Graduateclub, while ERJ.r ttoway,
'94, has charge of the: university cor-
respondence. The balance of the
number is given to society, alumni,
and general happenings of the univer-
sity.

gineer on the U. S. S. Yosemite.:
He was appointed as dean of the
engineering department in the univer-,
sity in 1904, and he has held that po-
sition continuously since that time. y
Under his regime, the engineering de-
partment at the University 'of Michi-
gan, has been considerably enlarged,
and improved, until, at the present
time, Michigan has the reputaion of
having one of the finest engineering
schools in the world.
Dean Cooley has been much employ-
ed, during recent years in making'
appraisals of various public utilities
throughout the country. Among the
more famous of these, may be men-

In future all cars
Drug Store.

educational division of the Society for
the Promotion of Engineering, ?in.
1908-09. He was president of the
Michigan Engineering Society in 1903,
and he holds membership in the Soci-
ety of Naval Engineers, and several
other societies of a like nature. He
is a member of the Sigma Phi frater-
nity, and he also belongs to Tau Beta
Pi and Sigma Xi, honorary scientific
societies. As a naval officer, he alsoI
holds membership in the Army and
Navy Club of New York and Wash-
ington, D. C.

3 ,.

will soon be demanded of them.
-0-
Following the Lehigh-Lafay
football game at Easton, Saturda
racing car containing five stud
was struck by a Lehigh Valley fret
near South Bethlehem, Pa. J
Clymer, a graduate of Lafayette,
killed. H. M. Miller, of Philadelp
a Lafayette student, and James
Candless, of Honolulu, a student in
University of Pennsylvania, were
jured. Harry Chidsey, of Lafay
and Harold Kelly, Duluth, a m-
ber of the University of Pennsylv
football and track teams, escaped
jury.

stop at Goodyear
tf

ESTABLISH ED 1894'

/

JORDAN'S TAILORED
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS

WATERM AN GYM,
which was first open ed November 26, 1894.

READY TO WEAR
OUR MODELS ARE OUR OWN
ORIGINAL AN D EXCLUSIVE
NOT TO BE HAD ELSEWHERE

the amount of $20,000 be rais-
thin one year a sum of $21,000
ted from private subscriptions,
ded to Mr. Waterman's dona-
ade a building fund of $41,000.
gents did not believe this sum
e for the erection of the gym-
so university funds were ad-
aking the total cost of the
g approximate $100,000. The
ium was started early in the
of 1893, and completed that
interesting anecdotes are told
he gym during its early years.
the erection of Barbour gym-

riority was clear, and her own fum-
bles are all that prevented a score of
18, or at least 12, in this half. The
boasted Cornell interference was bro-
ken up at will, and Michigan's line
stood impregnable.
The lineup follows:
Michigan Position Cornell

$25°= t o35

The faculty

concert given last

1.

Senter.........LE
Villa...........LT
Carr ...... ..... . LG
Smith .. ..... C
Henninger........ RG
Hadden ........... RT
Price ............. RE
Baird (C) .. . Q

... Beachem
.. Hall;
Warder (C)
..... Fennell
.. Colnon'
.... Van Water"
. Taussig
.Wyckoff

Arcade Theatre

night consisted of a song: recital by
Gardner S. Lamson, head of the vocal
department of the school of music.
It is now assured that the twenty-
fifth anniversary of President An-
gell's administration will be. celebra-
ted in a fitting manner. The class of,
'95 held a meeting in the chapel yes-
terday afternoon, and voted to pur-
chase a bronze bust of President. An-
,gell, and place it somewhere upon the
campus or in the art gallery.
Carter's wonderful lion ".Baby"s
one of the most ferocious and largest
in eaptivity..
LOST--Ladies pocket book on Mon-
day. Containned $15.00. Address_
inside. Catherine Harrington. 1016
Olivia Street. Reward. 52-3-4
FOR RENT-A very desirable front
suite two squares from campus. New
double deck bed. Only two in fam-
ily 4nd 4 students in house. Apply
1207 Willard. 50-1-2
LOST-Loose leaf note book. Owner's
name on it, Phone 2112-J,

VERY JORDAN GA RMENT HAS A CLEVER,
DISTINCTIVE EXPRESSION - - - "'IN JORDAN
GARMENTS YOU GET CONFINED PATTERNS
AND CUSTOM WORKMANSHIP

SOLE AGENT FOR TH'E
AQUASCUTUM'
OV E RCO AT S
(MADE IN LONDON, ENW)
WARMTH WITHOUT WEIGHT
(WALKING- LENGTH)

11

and Saturday.

Nov. 27-28

JACOB ADLER in
"Mich ael Strogoff"
By Jules Verne
"Michael Strogoff" is one of Verne's greatest works.

JORDAN-TAILOR
LAFAYETTE BOULEVARD, CORNER WAYNE STREET

my was a Trail." Another splea-
. Mon-Tues., Nov. SO-Dee. 1

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