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The ichigan Dail
VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903 No. 51
LAST PRACTICE TODAY. i-s E PA frLN.-
MONSTER MASS MEETING, Last Chance to Practice Yells and
Ferry Fed Will Witness the Wind-Songs Before the Thanksgiving
up of the Local Season-Off For UNIVERSITY HALL; 5 P. M., TONIGHT. , Game-Show Your Confidence
Chicago in the Morning. In the Team. by Being Present.
With only one more game to be Today at 5 P. m. in University Hall
played MIchigan hids fair to close its the rooters wil have their last chance
season undefeated, and with the INNAL INTERRSCHtOLASTIC. TOHrORROW' EXCURSION. at yelling and singing before the big
strongest claim on the championship. game. It is necesarY-for every man
While Coach Yost and his men do not Benton Harbor vs. Escanaba on Seat Sale For Thursday's Gam- to turn out and elpperfect the yells
share in the general opinion that Chi- Thanksgiving Day-Returns From Crowd Promises to be Unusu- and songs. The final and supreme
cago will be easy, they expect to win Michigan-Chicago Game Re- ally Large. test of our rooting comes at the Chi-
after an excitingstruggle, which will ceived At Ferry Field. cago game, and we can't afford to let
test to 'the limit the capabilities of The big football excursion tomorrow our efforts in that lIne he less success-
every Wolverine. Stagg's interview Football enthusiasts who cannot go morning will be taken in two sections. ful than Chicago's. We have it direct
to the effect that Michigan will win to Chicago will have an opportunity The first section will pull out as soon from Coach Yost that this game will
in a walk, have little weight here. to see a good game here, between Es- after the regular 8:46 as the train is be the hardest of the season, and the
The wily Maroon coach is no doubt canaba and Benton Harbor, on Thanks- filled up; the second section will go team must have the best possible sup-
endeavoring to arouse an overconfi- giving Day. This game is conducted at 9:0. The price of round-trip tick- port from the rooters. The effect on
dent spirit among his opponents. But tnder the auspices of the University ets to Chicago, good going on either the team of the ladk of rooting was
his efforta in this direction are futile, Athletic Association, and therefore de- of these specials, and good returning plainly felt and shown in the Minne-
for no one realizes better than Coach serves the same enthusiastic support on aly regular train tip to and in- ota game, anI the reult of this
Yost the necessity of hard work in of the student body as the other cluding next Monday, is $5.00. These game may depend on the support giv-
order to capture this final game. Foot. branches of University athletics. tickets may be procured either at en the team from the bleachers,
ball experts generally, however, give Both teams are, for the most part, Meyer's or at the station. In the rooting force from Chicago
the Wolverines a shade the better of composed of veteran players. The The excursion promises to be one we have a tough proposition to over-
the argument on paper. Chicago pa- strength of the Benton Harbor team of the largest ever taken out of Ann come. They will probably outnum-
pers admit that Eckersall's drop kick- is well known. It has defeated by a Arbor. The advance sale of seats and ber us, and their rooting system at
ing abilities will be of less avail good-sized score every High School railroad tickets at Meyer's has gone the present time is better perfected
against Michigan than any of their team which it has played against this unusually well. The Ann Arbor man- than ours, a condition due to the
earlier opponents, and argue that the year, and also defeated a fairly strong agement is much better supplied with large number of mass meetings they
successful place kicking of Hammond college team, namely, Notre Dame. first-class tickets for the game than have had during the season., ,Arrnge-
will offset the scoring ability of the The Escanaba team has never played is the Michigan Alumni Committee in ments have been carefully conpleted
Hyde Ptrk team-mate. in the finals before. It is said to be Chicago. There is a large number at Chicago to hold the biggest and
The game itself is of the greatest exceptionally strong, especially as to of excellent seats to be had at Mey- best mass meeting in the history of
importance, for in no small degree, it weight. By a score of 42 to 2 it won er's in almost any part of the Michi- that school op Tpesday night, imme-
will decide the Western champion- the championship of the ipper Penin- gan section. diately folow g yhe Chicago Altimni
ship. If Michigan is beaten the Ma- sula from the strong Ishpeming team. The regular Varsity men will be banquet. So no doubt their rooting
resins will have a valid title to the The game will be played at Ferry taken, of course, and also those men will be unusually strong and.effective,
honor',as they have not been defeated Field, and will start promptly at 2:30. on the reserves who have done reg- to say the least.
thusf ar by any of their Western ri- The reports from the big games in lar and consistent work throughout However, yell for yell, we have Chi-
vals. 2Michigan's siccoss meatns that Chicago will be received at the field the season. The coaches, trainers, cago baten. No Chicago yell is as
Coach Yost ha accomplished the at the same time as at University etc., will accompany the squad. The effective as our "locomotive," and no
seemingly impossible task of produc- Hall, and will be immediately an- University Band, under Its new man- song as well adapted to the rooters
ing his third undefeated eleven. tiounced. The game will be merely agement, will make the trip and will as "Oh, How He' Ran." If we can
Wisconsin will try to humble Min- an exhibition, a protest having been aid materially in producing a lively give a few of our best yells and songs
nesota at Madison next Thursday. made against one of the Benton Har- Michigan spirit. n good style, we will accomplish
The 6 to 6 tie with Northwestern has bor players, and allowed by the Board Michigan undergraduate should more than if we can render a dozen
decreased the chances of the Bad- of Control. The following letter is look well to it that they turn out in indifferently well. From actual ex-
gers in their Thanksgiving Da game, offered in explanation: large numbers at Chicago. This ex- perience this seasoh, we have seen
and t)e Gopher defeat which Michi- Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 231, 1903. ursion is the only big one going out that some of our songs especially are
gan men fondly hope for, will probab- Mr. James S. Carpenter, Interscholas- of Ann Arbor this season, and the not at all adapted to give a successful
gan men fondly hope for, will probably tic Manager: bigger the crowd the bigger the result. and they should not be at-
not materialize. The Methodists have Dear Sir-Protest having been made "time" will be after the game. This tempted.
not been defeated this year, and have against the eligibility of a- certain game is now heralded as the best The men who are not going to Chi-
the remarkable record of three tie player of the Benton Harbor High ever played in the West, and through cago to see the game should come
games to her credit. Coach McCor- School team, it appears that by rea- the Chicago-West Point game will fur- out and raise the enthusiasm of those
mack has instilled a new fighting spr- son of false statements made by Ar- nish a line on the ever-mooted ques- who are going to a higher pith. For
it into his men and Northwestern may thur Banshke to the school officials, Lion of the East versus the West. if we ever needed enthumsiasm and
be ranked as a championshii possibil- he was certified to by them and play- Chicago University is making every spirit to help the team it is needed
ity for 19904. d in the games against Kalamazoo preparation for the game, and both now for the Michigan-Chicago game.
Minnesota had an easy task putting nd Muskegon when, as a matter of graduate and undergraduate enthusi- _
the Minnesota Agricultural College to fact he was ineligible. At this date, asm is said to be worked sup in the JIM'S THANKSGIVING- TURKEY.
rout, by a score of 42 to 0. Iowa was it is therefore impossible to determine Windy City as never before. The big- Ever. since "Old Jim" has been in
superior to Illinois at -all stages o1 the championship of Western Michi- gest mass meeting is planned for to- the cloak room 'in th University Li-
the game. and won 12 to 0. Notre gan for this year. ight. The students there will turnbray it has been the custom for a
Dame defeated the Ohio Medics, 35-0. BOARD OF CONTROL. out to a man; and they hope that by rSubscription to be started for his
No surprises were recorded in the The following statement is made by decisively beating Michigan their Thanksgiving turkey.. Each year a
East. Yale defeated Harvard in their Interscholastic Manager: claim to the 1903 championship will good sum of money is subscribed,
annual contest by tIf to 0. Harvard "The state interscholastic schedule be recognized. It is therefore tsp tog generally amounting to between fifty
played better ball than was expected. is, for reasons shown in the above every loyal Michigan man to go t. and seventy-five dollars. In past
and Yale's attack lackedl he ginger letter, hereby declared off, and the the game, and by his good, hard root- years soie one has started the list
and dash, which is generally possess- state championship cannot be deter- ing help our team to hold the cha- with s appropriate verse. This year
ed by the Eli teams. None of the mined. But owing to the fact that pionship. the honor fell to Win. G. Cook. The
other big teams played Saturday. La- the Escanaba team is already on its verse is as fdllows
fayette defeated Lehigh, 12 to 0, and way to Ann Arbor, and that the game CROSS COUNTRY CLUB RUN.
the Navy colors were lowered to the scheduled for Thanksgiving Day has The seventh semi-annual run ty the
Y Come oy! The time of year is nigh,
Virginia Polytechnic School, the been advertised, and is generally ex- Cross Country Club took place yester-
Southerners winning, 12 to 0. The iected, there will be an exhibition day afternoon, under weather condi- An Imust Ji h bir.
Georgetown-Washington and Jefferson game which will indicate the relative tions so decidedly unfavorable, that And this mut a a inner.
game broke up in a big row, and the strength of representative.teams from for a time serious thought was enter- t this ot ame t gow,
game 'aas forfeited to Georgetawn, 5the Upper and Lower Peninsulas. tamed of a postponment. But it Put down your name, also the dough
to 0. J. S. CARPENTER. was finally decided to hold it, never-
The weather man came to Yost's theless, and the men left the gym- T
rescue yesterday, and the Michigan nasum at 4 o'clock sharp. Twenty Tec oaltegeftofte pormw
coach seized the opportunity to send COMMUNICATION. men participated, a large number con- by Tecson at the left of the poem.
his men through a hot scrimmage in It has recently been brought to the sidering the cold, rainy day. A good- This year many have contributed, and
the slush and mud of Ferry Field. present writer's attention that there sized crowd came out to witness the already there is a fund of over fifty
With the exception of Maddock and are a number of typhoid fever pa- start and fiish.d anything to "Jim's" Thanksgiving
James who were not out for practice, tients in the hospitals here, all of The course is nearly four miles in dinner can find the list in the cloak
all of the regulars mixed in the scrim- them temporary residents and, in length, beginning at the gym., anddr ca fibhsry
mage, -,which took place on the south fact, all of them students here. This from there to the railway track, be- room of the library.

gridiron. After the customary kicking condition is directly traceable to the low Ferry Field. It then crossed to
and signal practice, Yost gave the ball drinking water these students used, South Main street, and then back to THANKSGIVING PARTY.
to the scrubs, who used Chicago for- and this will -undoubtedly be found the campus. All of the -men who As has- been, the usual custom for
mations with varied success 'in their to be the regular drinking water started finished except three. The several years, the Woman's League
attack. Stagg's. old whoa-back proved which :comes through , the proper fau- time winners were: will give a party the Friday after
to be a puzzle for Varsity, and the cats. The water is, at the present N. A. Kellogg, 20:36; H. L Coe, 21: Thanksgiving Day, for the accomme-
scrubs gained consistenly on this time, full of chlorides, whether above 31; M. H. Daane, 22:19. dation of the sttdtents who remain in
play for a time. Finally the regulars the normal content or not, I do not The place winners were G. P. Hall, town. It is .customary at this party
solved'this and the other Chicago for- know. However this may be, the gen- first, and D. A. Warner, second. for the girls to invite their partners,
mations, and toward the 'end of the eral situation will certainly bear in- These men all receive the .Cross and the rule will be followed' this
practite invariably threw the scrubs vestigation. Michigan does not need Country Club insignia, and the two year. In add~ttibn to Woman's League
back for a loss. The scrimmage a repetition of the Cornell experience time winners and the first place ian tickets, an admission of 1wenty-five
lasted for 20, minutes, and there was with typhoid fever. It behooves the will receive handsome silver cups, cents will be charged. All girls de-
not a let up in, the fierce pace. Nor- Board of Health and the Hygienic De- donated by the Athletic Association. siring to attend this party must hand
cross piloted the Varsity and Clarke partment to make immediate and - in their naftneseither Monday or Tues-
the scrubs. The line-up was as fol- and searching investigations, and U. OF M. FOOTBALL POSTERS. day of this week. N4mes may be filed
lows: L. E., Redden; L. T., Curtis; pending this, it behooves every house, The University of Michigan foot- ,wiwth ,either Dean Jordan, during her
L. G., Shulte; C., Gregory; R. G., where 'any considerable number of ball posters, which have been prepar- 4o f 4egl~gr4from 1 to 12 a. in., and
Gooding; R. T. Eyke; R. E., Ham- persons are fed, to boil every drop of ed, are now ready, and those having' from 2to 3 ',p. m.,Or with Miss Mary
mond; Q., Norcross; L. H., Heston; water used in that house for drinking orders may obtain them at Wahr's 'Far'nswpth, the ' oman's League
R. H., Graver; F., Longman. (Continued From Page Three.) book store. - president.
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