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January 28, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-01-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL WHICH WAS QUARANTINED
DA Y

YESTER.

at this time work will be started at
once.
Pres. Burton Takes Forced Vacation
The condition of President Marion
L. Burton, who is suffering from an
attack of pharyngitis, was reported to
be improved last night, but it will be
necessary for him to remain away
from his office the rest of this week.
Bad Bill Passed on Merchant
A $5 bill crudely disguised as a $20
bill was passed off an an Ann Arbor
merchant yesterday. The dealer did
not discover the mistake until he
turned it in at the bank where he was
told that the bill was a bogus one.
R. 0. T. C. Unit Seems Assured
Enrollments for Michigan's infantry
unit are being received daily, accord-
ing to Maj. Robert Arthur of the R. O.
T. C. Only 45 more are needed to
make the unit an assured fact. To be
authorized the unit must contain at
least 100 men.
J. H. Vlack Makes High Score
J. H. Vlack, '23E, was high man in
Tuesday's shooting held by the R. O.
T. C. at the Armory. He scored 68
points out of a possible 75. He made
five bull's-eyes shooting from the
prone position, which scored him .25
out of a possible 25 points in this posi-
tion.

Thirty Years Ago
(From The Michigan Daily January
28, 1891)
It is becoming apparent that ath-
letic matters at the U. of M., and espe-
cially -those relating to baseball, were
moving along very smoothly, a repre-
sentative of The Daily called upon Mr.
H. T. Abbott, the newly-elected base-
ball manager, and was very cour-
teously put in possession of all the

facts and plans which could in any
way interest the students at large. * * *
The prize for which everyone will
strive hardest, however, will be a
chance to go upon the eastern trip,
which is now an assured thing. The
dates have not been officially arranged
yet in all particulars, but the order
will approximately be as follows: Am-
herst, Williams, Vermont, Yale, Har-
vard, Trinity, Columbia, Princeton. A
game will also be arranged with Cor-
nell, to be played in Detroit if pos-
sible. Besides the dates mentioned,
others will be made with the D. A. C.

and M. A. A., and efforts will be ma
to get the University of Wisconsin
come to Ann Arbor. * * *
Ropes and stakes will be set up
the campus in such a manner. as
keep the crowd away from the d
mond, and every afternoon at 4 o'cl
two teams selected from the can
dates will play the best ball they P
jointly and severally capable of, un
it becomes evident to the captain ji
which ones would seem to be best
ted for the carrying the Yellow a
Blue to victory in the coming stri
gles.

OHIO STATE OFFICIALS
VISIT CAMPUS BUILOINS
PARTY INVESTIGATES LOCAL CON-
DITIONS IN ORDER TO FORM
OWN BUDGET,
President W. 0. Thompson, of Ohio
State university, and several Ohio
state officers were in Ann Arbor yes-
terday inspecting the University in an
effort to get a general conception of
Michigan's buildings as compared
with the buildings of Ohio State uni-
versity, the University of Chicago,
and the University of Illinois. The vis-
itors were especially interested in the
chemistry and engineering buildings
and Hill auditorium, Michigan's pro-
posals in the matter of a general
hospital, and the general building
program. A tthe conclusion of the
trip of inspection President Thomp-
son will preoent his own building
program and budget.
President W O. Thompson was ac-
companied by Lieut. Gov. C. J. Brown,
William H. Miller, chairman of the
senate finance committee, R. R. Bee-
tham, peaker of the house, H. M.
Carpenter, chairman of the house fi-
nance committee, Attorney General
John G. Price, Joseph Tracy, state
auditor, Andrew Foster, state budget
commissioner, and C. E. Steeb, busi-
ness manager.
The visitors were entertained at a]
luncheon yesterday noon at the Mich-
igan Union by University officials, at
which time Dr. Hugh Cabot, of -the

Medical school, explained the Uni-
versity plan for full time professors
in the Medical school.
DECENNIAL CATALOGUE PRINT-
ING AWAITS AUTHORIZATION
Final figures covering the cost of
printing the decennial catalogue of
alumni and former students of the
University have been received by the
Alumni catalogue office. The figures
will be presented to the Board of Re-
gents at their next meeting. If it is
decided that the printing can be done

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These Overcoats are all High Grade.
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AT
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coat you

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Phone 1462- W.

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In The Name of Humanity and Michigan !

IF THE SOLICITORS HAVE MISSED YOU
DO YOUR BIT
BY CONTRIBUTING TO THE
U. of M. FOREIGN RELIEF FUND
AT THE MICHIGAN UNION
OR BARBOUR GYM.
THIS SPACUiCONTERIBUTED .Y THE WASETENAW GAS COMPANY

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