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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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augurated a modern system of Rugby

thought and, in short, open field run-
ning and kicking .are gradually tak-
ing the. place of the old mass forum-
tion tactics.
.The devolpment has been due in its
rapidity, at least, to the keen rivalry
that exists between institutions play-
ing the game. Practically every col-I
lege in the United States now plays
the same - game of football. Its at-
tractiveness to the sport loving po1;)u-
lation is readily seen in the atteni-
ance at football games in every sec-1
tion of the country. From Florida

' IHEALTHACTIVITIES ADD
20 YEAR1S TO RUMAN LIFE
tNFANT MORTALITY RATE CUTL IN
HALF AS RESULT OF WORK
OF ASSOCIATION
Detroit, Oct. 20-(By A.P.)-Ten
years added to the average expectancy
of human life during the last 20 years

WRs RONAW AJ1
REPAIRS PROGRESS

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under Union rules. At the same time
the other colleges of the day, Har-
vard, Rutgers, Princeton, Columbia
and others took up the game in a
more serious attitude. Naturally the
competition was between halls or
classes for many years and inter-col-
lege competition was practically un-
thought of. As the style of play devel-
oped, howpver, the desire for games
between colleges grew and "in 1872"
representatives of Yale, Rutgers,
Princeton, and Columbia met in New
York and adopted a set of rules which
formed the first intercollegiate foot-
ball association in America..
Quoting Mr. Yost again, "The as-
similation of theRugby game and its
evolution into the form in which it is
now played in the United States were
matters of considerable time and no
small amount of deliberation. The I
lEnglish rules were found to be am-
biguous in some cases, and difficult
of comprehension in others. The
novelty of the game was also product-
ive of many suggested alterations and
it was one of these that is responsi-
ble for the wide difference now -be-
tween Rugby and American football.
This was the adoption, of a clause
which permitted the forwards to heel
or pass the ball out fron the scrim-
mage where it could be grasped by the
backs who could then advance It."
Specializatlitn Enters VGame
Special ization began to enter the
game at this time. Certain men were
assigned to particular duties. Forex-
ample, the man that could pass the
ball most accurately was selected to
perform this function consistently, the
heavy men were grouped about him
for protection in some sort of regu-

to Maine from Washington to* Texas aand the cutting of the infant mortal-.
football is in evidence both in college ity rate in half is credited chiefly to'
and secondary schools and every publiq health activities, Dr. George E.
school is governed in its play by the Vincent, president of the Rockefeller'
same rules. Institute of New York City, said in any
_,adress before the American Child'
1Health Association tonight.
"The modern health method of thel
last half century was largely based
on the development and the discovery
of Pesteur that diseases are caused
by minute animal and vegetable or-
gan isiis," Dr. Vincent asserted. "This
CONSTRUCTION OF SHIP HUNTSI country," he told the association, "has
POSSIBLE ORIENTAL made important scientific and techni-
ORIUGIN cal contributions to the campaign to,
prevent disbases and in many ways
Los Angeles, Oct. 19-(A.P.)-The has become a leader in the crusade
framework and planking of a craft for better health."
which has withstood the stress of The work was at first carried on,
years and which is believed to have the speaker said, by government agen-
been used centuries ago by Chinese ies and numerous unofficial organi-
or Spanish explorers or pirates, have zations.
been uncovered many feet beneath the Referring to the persons carrying
earth's surface at Los Angeles harbor on the work of the Association, Dr.
in excavations for an oil storage tank. Vincent said, "Drawing into its own
The boat, less than forty feet in I service persons of training and experj
length, with high sides, is built of a ience, the association realizes that only
heavy, thick wood. Some of the tim-|professionally prepared workers -can
hers are half rounded, as in the case be counted upon to do things effective-
in many old Oriental vessels. Metal Ily, hence universities, colleges and
used, to fasten pieces of the craft to- normal schools are being induced to
gether had rusted away. The con- organize courses of instruction espec-,
struction of the ship indicated that it Ia~ly adopted to needs of a health per-
was not built by Indians. sonnet. The association, wisely offers
Moretha a entry ochan es ifellowsihips andl scholarships to select-
More than a century ago channels doctors, nurses, health instructors and
of the harbor are said to have extend- otoIs nursessheth iructrs and
,others who wish to prepare them-.
ed much farther inland than today, sle nth aeohidhat.

Work on Washtenaw Avenue ispro-
gressing rapidly and it is hoped to
have the new stretch of road begin-
ning at OxfordRoad done before bad
weather starts. Laying of.the-six inch
concrete surface began Tuesday morn-
ing.
Due to the construction, of the new
stretch of road it is necessary to de-
tour to get to Ypsilanti. Either Pack-
ard Street or Geddes Road are in good
condition at present. However, most
of the trafic is using the Packard
Street route.
Commisslon toy Adjust. Tarif&
Washington, Oct. 20-(A.P.)-The
tariff commission on San. 15 will be-
gin public service as a part of its
enquiry into the defects, if any, of
tariff duties on the price of sugar to
the American consumer.
It was announced today that the
commission was determined to go to
the bottom of the question an hopes to
be able when it has completed its in-
vestigation to make a definite recom-
mendation to President Coolidge as
to the advisability of actio under the
tariff act. n
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washligton
13 October,, 192
My dear Dr. Lovell:
Your letter of October 11th, enelos-
ing a copy of your song, "The Best of
Luck to You," has been received, and
I wish to thank" you in behalf of the
President for your courtesy in send-
ing this song to him, and for your
good wishes.
Sincerely yours,
C. B. SLUMIP
Secretary to the President:
Dr. Tom Lovell,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
(This is a true copy.)

and mariners say they believe the
vessel entered, became fast in mud

Polnerene haIll, The Ohio State University WOmen's B1ilding
Pomerene hall, recently opened at Ohio State University, is the center of all activities of the women there.
ervs much the same purpose as that outlined for the proposed University of Michigan League building,
ich the Women plan to erect on North: University avenue and Twelfth street.
Mney for building Pomerene hall -was p'btained from the state legislature. The women themselves raised
amunt necessary for furnishing it. Proceeds of the dance to be given tonight in Waterman gyninasium will
toward erecting a similar building here.

lar alignment, while the faster and banks and was abandoned by the
lighter men were left in the rear to crew.
run with the ball. That a Chinese master brought th,
in late years, the men influential in craft across the Pacific ocean; that it
the formation of the game 'have de- crossed the Bering Sea and , sailod
sired to develop a. clean manly sport. down the coast of California, and that
Unfair actions or plays have been it might have been brought around
practically obliterated by the, meant the horn by Spanish explorers or pir-
of pena-lizing. The- safety of particu- ates are theories advanced to account
lar players has been given much for its presence here.
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Maybe Its True
Perhaps the reason why women are
considered more nervous than menl
is because women have no pockets in
which to stick their hands.

r PRE TS TEAM
ILL FIGHT TO FINISH,
S OF PASI TW10 YEARS
LYE. NEVER QUIT COACil
TELLS EDITORS.
hout hazzarding a direct opin-
i the outcome of today's game,
Fielding H. Yost, speaking
day night before the opening
ot of 'the University Press Club
higan at its annual convention,
ted that the Michi gan team
faces Ohio State today will fight
nish and will not quit until the
ecqnd of play is gone.
ch Yost in an impromptu ad-
old the newspape r workers that

the Michigan teams of the past two
years had never quit; and he empha-
sized that the Maize and Blue eleven
of 1921, the team which lost to the1
Wilcemen 14 to 0 on Ferry Field, did
not quit that day, contrary to public
opinion during the following weeks.
In support of his claim, the Coach
revealed that Ohio gained but an av-
erage of one half yard a trial in that
game.
"If you believe they quit," he chal:
longed, "ask Illinois, which they play-
eg the following week. Then ask Wis-
consin and if you still are not sati-
fied, ask Minnesota why they lost ,35
to 0.
"I saw our team", he continued, "go
into the game that day with five of
otlr best men out and saw another re-
moved after ten minutes of playing.
But our boys did not quit. Since then
we have not lost a single game."

Paris, Oct. 19-(A.P.)The hunting
season has opened in France, and al-
ready the list of accidents is unusual-
ly long and grows steadily. Not a few
accidents are fatal.
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"Handsome is as handsome
does."
Most any new hat looks good-
out it takes a good hat to keep
on looking good.
Fall rains won't stiffen or spot
it, if you get one of our Brad-
ford hats.
Smooth felt, scratch, velour or
beaver-we have it.

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