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The MNichigan Daily

Vol-. XVIII.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SLI Y, Y. CTOBE R 20. 1907,

No. 24.

WABASH TROUNCED IN
POORLY PLAYED GAME

SATURDAY'S FOO'TBALLt SCORES.

'Contest Marred by Frequent
Fumbling, Michigan Chief
Offender; Forward Passes
Fail Completely.
('pedai ro TceIicicr ily.)it
tIndianapolis, Oct. i.- n agame
marked by freqett ftiiblescan(1 faiur
of foriard pass pythe tM 1ichiga
foottall temi dfeted tot 'it ii oh220trO
Tie Hoseir rr'nerdanrigcerous
ececpt whn-liumbiiile gie ttoemithe bl
inii higaoIsorrtoy, ut thir ota
inabiity to penetirtrat th'it vieode
fense iiadeiirit prtof thestrt ithatr
eroring oi ti igh tall wtariouci t
tic qetoir
'The forird Opait ailed ii toiibeirounidi
giiner iwiti eiter sidir, ranilaftiret-
eralit tempr~t,-it use wasialmoistetireeti
abtaiironiedi iby t theAieticn eltn 1. crn esdct i-ri-i. \ol-
ifi-iioiieiiftot.
Michiganii', li ryasalmotiviniiicitlec.
iiiitend us iaiiir c bitthe tLitte
Giant-'alocriovecdci friites-. Altt te
Wirioleri n .'rteried aredtieCiaipti
Maofirni d rrig ciirdicegtig o o
also greao triofter. tetliwasc tere
piiige, uscuilty cfetivr
Atlarrge ideegationiofIdiatritprrrirs
alumispor titit threiruinifroiiii Mu ich-
gait. Aiiibras rrirhtmit)rwasalso rriel
luy uhi.
Thtieatrrrir liaitscherre'tmourrrw rn-i
ig anutnil1arrvein Annrru oit cSun-
dacyeciung cabrutitalfupt st-riniiOucrck
oi n-eAnntArbrrit rirrd. I lprill
rbilrity it, tind aritnun ailarg- lbnch iot
rertiiwtilib ticciito w etoendum
'k' i ii \ i I\ Drn.-i-i
Theiiteimcriii sciiniiihrfilaitdui li
etiasiictic rootigoithIndr-in olis
al mideegrtirri. irrraptiu II i
wnuthetire iii ' irehig-lrichoosirriinn the
soitiigorit. a sligt win favrmiin'. Stri
kickeri off ior Writiri, Alhiercttri
lg te hblltoiite Hirter'-yaird lnet.i
filua foriwari p~sMic ini ti ls h
ial n Waashei's2-ardlinc.i ririt
pinltar ihitgranraainilirstteibll
ona tteiiiteilfoririar Ips.W' bs
tailed iii ginir an lit thetrll o
fiumlii. Theiisphreeas tthin crirird
in hel riiiert toWrd irri ,urd ruin
rgain tciarifornardnpilstutor 'abalpun rtr-
iii frontiieintirithrow'n igorriIlite
'Miichigciii riiunnguto i ter' -o erdine.Iit
iine ptingecrrieri tie ikto
iihe 40-pardnihe, ttire'ic hignlostiitii
oniia fiimtbre. Warishci-iladitoicatit-
the idisaiceeanrithe bii talwt t- ver-coc
downst. A shoot kici agini gae tiir
balii to iie tiooier. w-ioiwere tforcet
toi piiiii. hiigciltr ri e rbarriionia
foewairdipatcis' ioiirshs3'-icrr inhe
The Mrichign ine iiiratit sione uric un- d a
Waashcctipiitedi to liiiir 45trrd li('.
Thie toosiischeir indrun ruexchange ci
tints coipied w iiafitinblecgvthe ii
altoiiiWa~ba-h t itiecen-iter of iii
fiel.Ti hePunHoctur ritmie iedfrt downcre
anunt-aimnpniiirtedr, i-the al ri-lot
retiirned to te 5-ya~iri tne. tWanrcic
iuitedt to Mitchig-n'ist -rcineiu. H aut
mionrd priint iiiiand -iWabash rtirieitci
:Micihigans '-yardne.irciHere tieiai
wnit cie cii aii iuicriiireei'friwrtar
pac. T'ie Murai ijn iieiiianun Ham-
indriipunuted.'Wabasrci umtiiiliii'ni
Rtheinschiiitfc-tiocitheiiovalin iite unit
ic-c' 3-yrn tiite Lue piringrserrrier
i't al to te 5yardrrilie aii"Rineuie
iet-cutver ir a itcrdowni. Ateri
kickedt goai. Screrc-Michigant. 6'iWa
iatt, o.
Wiabah kicketi off to Magoffin teb'
reiriieditesper to tie5-yar ilini

Atichigcniiotite blai on a fube rnd
the haltias cailecd withi the bait in
'itritucitic posresiiniat tic center of te-
flentScrer ct end oc irlit iiif-ici- -
Sercorndihafi-Mhiicianiikticked iff to
tiirishaiindnrecoeredrthtetait at te
i itr fte fierdon aftimlert forwardi
par aace sirlccnhickedt t-auuiiuon'cpinii
run gitte ciphureonMu iicigan' 4-
yadniche. ticuab ti rpittedtaceess Miht-
ignsgraltlhe for i tou cck. Ahun-
icrit kiikedt ut fromthe im25-yard lin~e
rut rWcabashreuriried iii te ceitriif
- 'gidro. aathputed ut cit
ttnd. Miicignriecverdithte tatcii
hiri-wli2-ardnie 'tAmxcaige
"--it-cgve \ictiguan adataige
f lie yards. it neicbiick crieid the
alii to the ce ter. we nioiimon
riitcr Srcule alintig oiti te taitafter
fumble tntraati c 3-ard ine. eAl-
,rdicemade try tiolnut tnfated.J
)i Ii iipuitiut nn h gitrturiiiiied ith-
phr-e iiithe ioiciri' 4-yrdtltne.
liinucn r lit o ya ris, w eichni-
aintdio ichuiga ne i tc 55-yard in.
'liciruci ititi tct arcundiiect eid for 20
'ii iad M gfilnicinti cter ir a
rireirri ront Irii te 3} yrd liiie. Aier-
Itac no t rinteii kick cff ito itic
35j-madine.icExchange cifilinis gec
'it clirici tie sphere on tieicow ciiar
lie. Riiiiie entciiin ct rigtiihaf fre
'rlericehichigcno recored te ait
_ ii ai fumibliicfrwaridt-ant atrcrWiaah
flcilt gaiiieditcifetwiyards, aitdtMgffin
Carridithr pigkini iiite 30-ydltine.
li incitpluget arriedi the biliitotcte
hu-ar ie Ntihere 'itabcmntuhedrthte
'it ittrined ir trtfio nrcoaahtunptnedr
fiiimibeiidthiriott-uguru liine. Loiti
cam iiroghte lineirlckedi te kick,
-inndtwent ovrratiocucduotwn. Gra-
hamrirgoacled. Score---hiieiigant.n8; Wa-
iiiish, i.
Doularsgi entmiiiniat ltal filerMa-
.rliiu. tRimnecr eceivecithite kickc cff
:idi irrirter ic, Graain ciiie riig te
hal ni Wabsha 'sicit4-yardtliiie. Wtire
vetin foi tre Miler atilct ecn. ici-
i,, wsten-iializec r uyardtn and Octy"
-againir eec-reecd te itllioiliii thort kick
t t tie 40at ine. Strcigtit'iotail
-irrirci tie bllttheiii u-arnI ine.
ii turne-Wabash heldiite iii e'irtcine ice
clrtic 'i Wabaihpinter tic tieir4oyr
lin.ichiganciiuldriuinot gan anit Gra-
ha roi pt i~pedi a fied gai from te 4-
caline Scre--icignrit
t Sulliircrvanrt inat quire aid Fan--
agutrick:Eiiii' pace at left guard
-ritean etiuried the kick off to Wa-
e rbasi's 25-yairdt tie.Ali exchange of
i pntsitgrive tie Iloosies te batt on their
it inrt line, iw-hentiiiie tiat cated
rufial tccee -Mictigan. 22; Waah,o.
tt ichignu. Wiaah.
e -le-'uiiiiuiret' L . ...... R.est
e ;sy. - ...L.T... ' Suntherand
s ,milr-Flnagin -. (......Downan
;cui..;"....-C ........ Shroii
It a - - ......R. G ...-.Waton
n 'tenniceiiiri -..R. T...--.Gite
a t nmuirnd-...R. t'( ....Dobiiit
tIftuinniini-Sint'n - Q. B-i....argave
ci icgoffii tDouga L. Hit- --.....Sohil
i- ntedice-tuun'. R P .......Clb- t
d ci ' .elt. . - 5. f.B -...Stanhucick
it chi us Rteisitt Magoffin,
d mciil. Goail fermi fied-Gralianm. Goai
nrurntoictdonii-Allerdice (2), ra-
, tmutt Referee - Eterie ( Purdue)-
- Utnitir-Kcitey (Princetoi). Fied
iuge-Diic (Princtoi). I-ead ines-
0 arnin-hMattheiws (Ilinci) T'ie of
e. huhcet-3, uunutie.

tPeinsyl 'iia.i : trownit. i
ttarvarit.;tnn tuuapisico.
Tate, o; 'iest Pint, .1
Coriictl, o; PinnuSa, S.
Syracue, 9; 'iliamisuc .
Princetcon, 4o; ttactingt ciiardiiJefer-
-liii
tnfcor'uie. 2; Colgater.
micca1.
Cticago io;Illijnist.f.
ttiiuue-ta 8; Nerk, .
-'run ArbirurHight hi1; fltteCr'err-c o.
ZOfITERS WItt E iLCi Ihi
tRETU'R N 0' I t'itiF 'I^thi
Tir embiuieerutfliefotirhalteah r-ne-
stecier toicraeiectonight atiibout ut7 :30
)'clock. Et cynnne isuge oe tincc tie
'nutAbo siiutaictn ut 7 o'clirckito ric-
cur.- mcm. Tie lbandr iill ipriobal-
,preennil Vel-, fiewnrk antuita
ilance till he intundcr-c
DON'T LIKE FOOT-
BALL SCHEDULES
,,Interested Party" Proposes Im-
provement in System of Inter-
class Contests.
A' crnres'nent,t.t-iho beieenliit tie
teee.mi ethod iofschedinetheitr-
-asftallrigms son oirtI cmpr
Irnei.offeesthtie tfolloruig:
itiorneof I) 0n
Vtuchiyear thin difficult-orutainig ut
mu inecach rieue aries, anunreut
f fireueyeaesthowpant ly thaiyirt tie
method is ti liii opnl Ic imrrrmunentc
T'two cinr gp, asut niny-o tecipuu pe-
eltantrien wiiireemertm ~little iteret
.vtisow ti in ithe in lsetwihemen the
eliot-rnt junir egiteers. Tishch
-f interet limitattribmund innthinfaut
huat te cnetanunts ee ntctonly- mcli
molt tin e ngnernig deatmen t trt
ere uptrlasetaun asinnti-ci
Toobcviarte acmepetuiionafuaciilarnit
,ccurnuce. tie scedilte at yer mini
nnuraugnmlmwithtinse tuntcnt rut limi
ng urhenlt itr-drtmninen, rgnm-
eft e s u'retin-citof tie fttet.'Tie.
reut mins cttriue of teest temsnu
wereexrclciuerormuthin ace, lit Inc
-miue of tiecr init o pa foothll,
'niii bieaue'tiny-wee iithinuenarongde
As-"evirnntilmetnn-d cut u'.' a
uggnticuu umigt ut inn oit cipace ii
ti juncure 'iWhy ntiaete tinlsu
rteti-en tinetpperanmmlomer cestneti?
thiu ltsumr iey add zet to tie cam
-icnhip game at niey membie cf the
tiulcut ibody iw-cultae a peiona i-
teet ini the ountcmne -
A e'rulecich acutheifollowhrci'ng it
suggested:
Pretiinaie:r Sciumiuv, jnirsrt(e
drtmnuutt) ; sophsrivmtfrencht(achuidti-
parmntc).
Senmi-fiunl : Utpernctasmeninchtam-
tionship (ail depatmnuunts) ; unerca-
imen chamnpionushit (cltreparent)
FinatN: Uppnr etlast canmpinsrtvs.
unidecasichtampnsm.
Rspecttllycsnb iiite,
ITEREaSTEDuPATYm.tmu
JUNmOu Trns n ctrm
Tthe junio it eecticn yetrtay re-
uttedt ii te seectin f the ifollowing
tpeotple: Peimetiu, iDeanm . tyumauu
vicie-presindent, Dt~eatien rotiurtonu
secretary, C J. Agnew; teasuture, C.
Pot ; ussitant tesutre, JeanuEdie;
ioothal manager, A E.Mee; taskt-
mall manage, Bieu. Eggenan; tach
manager, Len 'W'i Mite; aea man-

aiger, C. Littie ; girls' ibaskethall tian-
,tiger} hMarie K. Steatone

I LINOIS CLUB WiILL, ELECT 'I
OFFCES EXTSAURAYPLUMBERS DELAYi
tIliurni itinctlhae tine best state clib THETATBH flV1
ntime EUitm'nity--this isthtie opinion of Tn L~ lu I
nurse whoiti mtendetd the "stuckrer" meet-
up huetl yestemrday afterrnoonu it Uni-
entity cult tlange utunumen of hoyt Michigan Union Management
raui tinepreairie state were presenlt, but Plans a Formal Opening-New
nm acciounit of the delay ini giving notice Tennis Courts for tlembors.
4I tiii' meeting iritsconttsietred hest __
defr te eecton f ffiersuntl nxt The delay iin opening the Michigan
icihuettci - tuion clubhlotuse is due largely to the
R, 1.Wiso, o8, asap iite t iure of the conitnactors to wonk ian-
elmt tmhei netiein cu whchckillttbeoinmoniusly' 'The plunmhersIrate iregiect-
(4d extSatrda atr oclok i nut edthe wron ttte ueatitng da-teiui and
runlrrinlnug 'iiiliuni munm nnetugetfon tisicreasoit the platter itn the diii
libetimesenrt.iug nroomuaanid kitcenreiesmcvery miliwly-
(IPIF t~t)'itttL ADIRESS o mecorating caun be donetetiltthis
'OLI N IL MOGADDRSOCITYbecomem dry. The work: ourte whole
___HO OEO_ SCIEY uildiiig is conresponidingly delayemd, and
tin Srntrih A Jute herlcnt tcityalthouugh glue wiring is fini-sued, no fix--
Thm uncutiel-A.-Jnestcuha edtdsoity ltres taut-cbeen iinstalled. The lounging
f te ]omoopt~hc dpatmet. he romi nownstairs andtrihe bililiard anmd
lir in-u rmrcrrm icmiumueument th office nonmsut as welt ac the tewards
nniieis-icey propelynay medoreuDtr ~. apartmients mmiithe secndutlotrnare linac-
unie, the mfirstcndetnrut tire cllege. t ically ccmplete. T' l uaster wilt ulny
'11m' nrniunccitto un tertfemi iut a week after the heat it started and
niric. lecture-s uponigenueral nuedical the remaining swork can thtent ie finished.
)picscbhomemrsrh fc iitine faculty-atud I tituddta iecmisr
tets. Thiese lecturnes wtill tormurthe I sitne httecmisr
mlii l hierc-ntum cu uiticuueiugcsuupilies he puirchased on an extensive
>pic ofdrs~nricas a oter eetngsscte an d to that end a lange refrigerator
r Wichfitle uethi r imc i Iinmihur uitt par- mhis beninstalled. ('hicago-kutled meats
will be punctuated through a wholesale
Thice ritatin mofdunncsnil lie socieuty house in Detroit anudloilier staple sup-
so.rrngedt that am len stuudeunt presi- plies witt be purchased iii the tame way.
ernt -ll ptsie eah moth. he t'lTe cilverwvare tat been secured itunough
mr touren s comp tiueleeduirwls av Anroid, the jew-eler, amid will he here
onnp isd abut inelectres toorrw. It it the ivell-kntown Wallae
'I'l(,fist ddrss efoe te scit nure amid wiil not be mrarked. The
il Inc mii tomorreow eenitug by Dr. china, however, will hear a monognaun
irueirrnr tpresuient ci tire Aumericanr In- md i fteiiillteso h
iute rot Iloturopatluy. 'isicwill lie -e fth nta eteso h
m. adires schenduledl finnthe opeuning t ,iu M icinnenon"tn will b uurm nciuco ue
tcril cc srIthin college rvhichiweteempost-tid wt aroltaccgn- bu
I I tinPheachiness n-ill he of a poput- tnKuuhianircogelreduig
rr utir~.Ayonie ierested it dun- nuhi axou oge h dnn
ruom op'muinmnmemiately amid csuys-"'The
caillnterslwil beithiouireyuthecteddl
heitpncmlofmmeetinigiwill ire timetup-eaietrtilInhrougrryhmuimll
er lctue rom i th hoo~ept rutofnext week, andmitime decorators can
mmcmithe cummurut tnishi up as soon cit the pasterinig dries
ui~clin upon he carnpus" ioIt-, nope to-,,u+pur.- my1 tune.11- mI enuatuI-r,.i

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i'IRII SutNIO2L AW l.r' CLASS
'R:\S (OUTh'TO IELECTION
'lie senirelawstunl a spiitedt election
e'srteray mournuing. Nearielimte swhole
ics rchmne-dmmiiount ndo a tume teeltig
run metly right inthm'respetiv-e camps.
A-'.I D\it womcm omutfrout C. A.
fimrechirfire presidntrby a tote of t136
6-}.f tter rofficers ciected n-ere:
hirnt tintcec-idet-A. L. Pauulcon.
Sccind i e-presidnhut--C. it.Sumy-tec
Ser-cnctummy--J. 1?.'inner.uc
'i'teattittn--J. H. Jauckson.
F'otbllnchhmiaager--R '. W l)atit.
Baseballh mm mange-R.I itilson.
'Trac managr--N.'iT Dunuaur.
bask-ctntallmatager-S. Spitzer.
l'rrnmtrrr'- tF.A. Bready.
RI 1l IitlS i-OLl)
A LI'Fim,m E,1tiC'tION
tinthugir only 152 fteehthits turnemd
rut runthin casnlectionm heldl yestertday
aftc'criunonin Univnrsity Hail, the niece-
iorcimug in time corridors iwas lively.
;ix fronmte 'Sqtuare De~al" tucket and
tree frcni time"Repneseintative" ticket
cene chccenm. tV C. Richaruds, indc-
rendnnimt caurdidater, madei' muclcte fight
turn track mnarger.
'thin officers electedl arecut folows:
Prensidenti, Joe Hourner; vice-president,
'Urgueite Audanuc screetary, Fremd
icuwn-im; ureasuner, Caurl L.Wemdekiund;
Fotballcui mmanager. WilliamirBaltuatcete
basebalmaui nanger, RalhhC.Craig; has-
ketall umngerRoy Richardtsonu; girls'
basikebalmnmager, Bertha Ammon ;
track muanage, MasontI-it Rose.
PROFESSOR KNOWL'T'ON WILL.
SPmEAK ON CHtRIST'S TRIAL
Print. Jnernme C. Knowlton will glvee
anm addrlest tonight am 6:30 o'clock in
the :batitd church.Ile witl speak on
'Christ itcfurre Pontiums Pilate," and will
mreait the subject from thue lawyers point
ofmiemus

next month and we are driving time coil-
tractors harudtithithalintdrliiimien.
'Thn formtal opentig nuay take time
fomiiof a dinnuer, but tlhnre truth Ie at
ceast ailarge reception.'Tisopnuing
mlay not he arranrged ,unmtilth~efirot of
Dtecemuber. Pnofestor Bates, of the comma-
inittee, said that thn offices of thn Unionr
umight he nmoved iii next week. IHe teas
of thne opiinion that a teniet of Friday
nighut udinners follotred by talks mrom
promtitemut alumnuui might be inaugurated
aie thin tedicaticn to arouse enthiuusiasum
auund to popularize thnenclubhuousn.'There
uwill he music oouthilmn ighuic.-
'Tiro tennris counts are beng laid ciii
mu tire rear of the building. These tarn
ben graded aurd spread iih clay.'The
wrire ntetting still Ire pultiup thus wieek
aunt thin courts will ire rnady tur use
wehein thanbuuildinug isthronou open tintire
Unionimenthers.
PRE;SLDRNT ANGELL PRAtSES
TILE 'iOMAN'S LEAGUE
"If co-education is successftul, it it
because you umake it so," saimd Pnesidennt
cAnugell in his talk ho the college wmoeni
yesterday afternoon at Sarah Catwelhl
AngeillHatt. "The snccess of this puhase
of Anmerican education is a cauce of
great wddnder to Eurnopean vititors, hot
it otughit not to surprise- any American
iran onrstoman," continued the president.
tDr. Anrgeil spoke iii complimentary
tnrms of thn excellent wrk done my
time Woman's League in bninginrg thn
girls togethuer and developing the crrect
college spirit.
Thre oilier speakers wene Mitt Bnucks,
the leagtue president, who outlined thn
aims of the organizaton;, and Mrs.
hMarkley n-Io gave a brief accounmt of its
history. After the mneetinug in Sarah
zCaswell Angell Hall, the president amid
ithe faculty women received ini the par-
Slors, and refreshments twere served ini
tthe gymnatium, where the entertainument
closed twith daning.

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