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THE MiCHICGAN DAILY

?m The Other Colleges,

Madison, Nov. 13.-One university very favorable. The party spent two
student has been apprehended and days in one hotel at Oberammergau,
several others are under suspicion on the 'best, and bought three tickets for.
charges of alleged scalping of tickets the famous Passion play and were
to the Illinois-Wisconsin homecoming presented with a bill totaling exactly
football game here last Saturday. 97 cents in American money.
The student is a junior and promin-
ent in campus activities. His name3
is temporarily withheld. Scalping is, AT T HE THEATERS ,
a federal offense and 14 federal oper-
atives are in Madison investigating
this and other cases of alleged scalp- Screen-Today f
ing. The student speculator admitted
selling tickets for $14 that cost hins Arcade-"On the High Sea," with
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Lafayette, Nov. 13.-An exceedingly
interesting, illustrated lecture on Ox-
ford college was' given yesterday at
Convocation by Professor Little. He
uncovered so'me interesting facts
about Oxford and the way it is man-
aged. It is ruled by the alumni en-
tirely. Another interesting fact was
that the instructors do not pass on
the students' grades and many of the
classes are optional, many students
not attending them at all.
Iowa City, Nov. 13.-So great has
been the expenditure of time and,
money on the special 16-page roto-
gravure section of the homecoming
edition of the Daily Iowan that the
~business manager has taken out rain
insurance against possible loss of
sales on Saturday morning.}
In case that it rains, snows, or,
sleets to the. amount of one-tenth of
an inch between the hours of 8 and
12 o'clock Saturday morning, the
Iowan will receive $400, the amount
of the policy.4
This is belived to be the first time
that a newspaper has taken out a
policy to protect their street sales
from loss due to the weather.

ton; sport review and comedy,
"Iamily Affairs."
Majestic - Rudolph Valentino
in "The Young Rajah;" Mer--
maid comedy, "The Steeple
Chase,"
Orpheum-"The Fast Maifb" a
William Fox production; and
comedy.

TO INVADE__ANN ARBOR
Hundreds of Wisconsin rooters, ac-
companied by their 100 piece band,
will invade Ann Arbor next Saturday
morning for the first game in 18 years
that Wisconsin has played on Ferryi
field. A special train filled with Badg-
er supporters will leave Madison Fri-
day night, and will arrive here early
Saturday morning. It is expected
that every kind of conveyance will be
utilized by ,the Wisconsin fans to
reach Ann Arbor, but owing to the
extreme distance most of the rooters
will arrive by train.
Wisconsin's entire band, consisting
of 100 pieces, will be on the same train
with the students. Funds for send-
ing the band here were raised by
holding a tag day on the Badger cam-
puu.
The special train will be furnished
by the Chicago, Milwaukee,'! and St.
Paul railway, and will consist of
coaches, dining car, sleeping cars,
and observation car.
The special train will leave here
about midnight Saturday.
Field Dratnage
System Complete
Drainage systems are so complete
on Ferry field that water is in no
place required to flow more than si
feet before it is taken into a reseri
voir that will convey it away, accord

Don't think you have to throw

ing to Prof. James C'issel of the struc- and draining into the lateral pipes.
tural engineering department in an; The lateral pipes, in turn, are at+
interview yesterday. The whole c j tached to a main reservoir that con-j
the football gridiron is layed out with veycd the water to a ditch near the
a net work of tile and slate that makes railroad tracks.
this possible. The surface of tile is packed with
According to Professor Cissel, when crushcd stone that is coarse enough
the football field was constructed, the in grade to allow a free drainage
entire surface area was dug away to through it. The crushed stone is con-
a depth of four feet. Tile is laid di- tinued for a two foot layer, and a
rectly on the clay surface of this part, layer of cinders is placed on this. The
consisting of two main lateral pipen grass surface is provided for with an
running along the side lines the whole upper coating of black dirt.
length of the field and a number ofti The function of such an arrange-
cross section strips, laid 12 feet apart ment of materials is to act as a porous

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strata through which the water may Michigan Daily and Chlmes
flow immediately after its fall on the
field. With the entire depth of thgi iuiiiti@ ginuinn11 igg!tit1ijni
hole used and with the tile and stone
the apparatus acts as an underground DOROTHY B. LOW
reservoir where the water must be de- ipCHIROPRACT
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Wuerth-"In the Name of
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Stage-This Week)
Garrick (Detroit)-Mrs. Leslie
Carter and John Drew in "The
Circle."
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "When {
Knighthood Was In Flower." I
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Columbus, Nov. 12*.-Crossing the
Atlantic ocean twice, and spending the
summer in Europe, for only $60-that,
in short, is the experience of W. Reed
liadsell, an Ohio State student, dur-
ing the past vacation.
Three men from Ohio Wesleyan ac-
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Their stay in Switzerland was
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the Alps country to "look out."
The German rates of exchange were
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