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November 04, 1911 - Image 1

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IA Reliable Directory of
Reliable BusinessI



The Men Who Face Syracuse Will Be Picked From This Group

Alumni of Omaha, Des Mo
and Sioux City Demand
Dr. Angell and Prof, Kn
ton be at Banquet,
Michigan Grads Have Reserved
Seats for Rooting Section
For Nov. 25.
"Alumni of Omaha, Des Mo
Sioux City, and interm ediate te r e i n h re ei e o r s
ry demand the presence of Pres
Angell and Prof. Knowlton as
guests at banquet after game No
We will not take no for an answe
Such was the telegram receive
Prof. Victor McLucas, of the lav
partment, Thursday. It came frc
P. Palmer of the Missouri V
Alumni Association and was se.
Prof. McLueas as a former memb
that body. It is deemed inadvi
for Dr. Angell to undertake such o
at this time so he was compell4
decline, Prof. Knowlton prompti
cepted and will make the trip to r
sent the faculty of the university
only as a guest of honor at the
quet, but also as rooter at the


These players compose the Michigan football squad, both Varsity and Reserves. "Shorty" )[cMillan is not in the
_ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ i

et Unstung" Takes Umbrage at An-
ti-Fusser Philosophy in Com-




y assumes no responsibility
timents expressed in com-
he Michigan' Daily:

Student Council to Cetermine
Action it Will Take on
Cornell Trip

Dr. E. E. Brown Will be In-
stalled at New York Univer
sity on November 9.


The following is a query that arose
in my mind after reading the articl MEETING CALLED FOR TODAY. TAUGHT HERE FOR TWO YEARS.
in today's Daily, entitled, "Girls are The Student Council will meet this Elmer Ellsworth Brown, '89, will be
cause of poor rooting." T
"O! Tempora, O! Mores;" Can it be, afternoon at the Union at 1:15 o'clock inaugurated as Chancellor of New
oh! ye gods, that we co-eds have be- for the purpose of determining what York University on November 9. Pres-
come so dazzling that mere man must action is to be taken In regard to the ident Hutchins will go to New York
needs escort us to games, and thereby proposed trip of the band to Cornell.I the first of next week to be present at
ruin the fair reputation of our Univer- The campaign for funds for this pur- the ceremonies.
sty as regards cheering"? pose last year was under the direc- Mr. Brown graduated from this uni-
Poor, ,weak, sinful, man-we must tion of the Council but what plan is to versity in 1889, and received a doc-
lestabhim,nstructshima not to dan- be followed this year has not yet been tor's degree here the following year.
gle about our footsteps at games- decided. It is requested that the dif- For two years after this he was an in-
bu position ontno stands ferent class, presidents confer with structor of education in the univer-
Froi onewho, unlike "Stll strn their representatives on the Coun- sity. Later he became a member of the
cil some time this morning and faculty of the University of California,
has nassist them in determining the at- and then United States Commissioner
"Chink" Myser is Back for Game. titude of the respective classes on the of Education, which office he has just
Harry G. Myser, '11, a former mem- matter. resigned to accept the chancellorship
ber of the Daily staff, is in town to of New York University.
witness the game today. "Chink" is Foresters to Hold Annual Campfire.
engaged in teaching school at Ithaca, Beefsteak, roast potatoes, cider, etc., League Will Sell. Home Made Candy.
Michigan this year. await the foresters at Cascade Glen to- Phe first of two candy sales which,
night on the occasion of their annual are to be given by the Women's league
Union Will Post Football Returns. campfire. Talks will be given by mem- will start this morning at 9 o'clock
Arrangements have been made by bers of the forestry faculty and the in the corridor of University hall. On-
the management of the Michigan Un- men who were in the field the past ly homemade candies will be sold. The
ion to have the results of all the foot- summer. The woodsmen will gather second sale will be held at the tilde of
ball games posted in the rooms of the at room 401, N. W., at 7 o'clock and the Pennsylvania game on November
Union early this afternoon. proceed in a body to the glen. 18.


Union "House-to-House" Campaign
Starts off With Jump.
Michigan Union membership figures
received a big boost yesterday as a
result of the inauguration of an ex-
tensive house-to-house campaign for
members. The committee in charge,
composed of 45 men, has Instituted a
thorough canvass of all the university
men, and a total membership of 1,500
is expected as a result of the cam-
paign, which will close Sunday even-
"Our membership campaign has re-
ceived a .substantial start as a con-
sequence of this evening's efforts,"
said General Chairman Robert Tip-
ping, when seen last night. "We ex-
pect to give every man in school a.
chance to join the Union by Sunday
Bulletins explaining the Michigan
Union project were distributed about
the campus yesterday..
Cosmopolitan Club Elects Officers.
F. W. Welsh, of Scotland, was elect-
ed president of the Cosmopolitan club
for the ensuing year at a meeting held
last night. Other officers elected were
J. A. Bonilla, associate editor; and C.
A. Conley, business editor. An address
was delivered by Mr. Weang of China
dealing with the present crisis in that
country. The society has arranged a
complete program for the entire year
to embrace subjects dealing with con-
ditions in every country represented in

between the Wolverines and the C
The western alumni have rest
400 seats on the Michigan side o
field and will be very much in evic
at the game. The banquet which
follow in the evening will be ar
formal celebration of considerable
portions. The local alumni ass
tion will act as host to the foo
team and 200 visiting alumni.
The drawing to decide the semi-
game of the inter-class football s
held yesterday afternoon resulte
a game to be played be'tween the
for engineers and the junior lits
morning at 9:30. The officials wil
Murphy, referee; Sessions, um
and Carpenter, field judge. The
f this contest will play the junior
Tuesday afternoon. The final gar
the series will be played one
from today.

in that uraig will
he position. This
will play left halfj
on the end of thej
er will be given a
the game at least}
e most of the ses-
telling how long
old out. It is still
:nock in the rightI
n again. Herschel
led over from the?
was given a trial
the game looks to
obably be sent in.
never seen him
1 set to and they:
s what. He ought'
has fought his way
ad;as a line plung-
d Wells have it on

the club.
every two

An address will be given

Tear this out, fill it in and
mailto the Michigan Daily

Maybe More will be in Race for I
Law Offices.
The 1914 law class met yeste
afternoon for the first time
nominate officers for the year, S
tary Goddard acting as chairman.
dent Councilman Burge presE
parts of the constitution, which
preparation, relating to nomina
and elections and the sections
adopted and the nominations heli
der the rules prescribed. The
lowing candidates were present<
be voted upon at the election v
will be held in Room B Saturday r
ing, November 11: president-'
McCoy, H. K. Curtis, H. P. Seabor
Moffett, G. L. Buck, E. W. hlaisli
Buckner, B. A. Pughe;, vice-pres
-C. B. Quaintance, G. Parsons, ]
Sharp, J. R. Callahan, W. C. Gal
secretary-N. J. Gould, S. L. Adels
V. B. Tupper; treasurer-J. B. M
G. H. Benninghof, Joe Black, C
Johnson; sergeant-at-arms-M. C
ar H. C. . Chappell, Rotsceffer
atorical delegate--Potte, J.
Staley, C. F. Phillips, S. S. Grc
football manager, W. F. Lefand, (
Johnson, B. M. Cullette; baske
manager-H. W. Jones G. M. SI
ard, S. M. Phinney; track manag
E. 0. West, A. Hannon; baseball :
ager-R. C. McLaughlin, S. D. Co
J. T. Witherow, G. Labadie.
Nominees whose names are' no
this list neglected to hand their n
in after the nominations. 'These nz
will be -placed on the ballots if
are turned in to C. A. Lorenzo al

out and ready for
veek. His side is
mt he will hardly
unless he is need-
is not anything to
ght to make some
ackfield though if
ter as he is speedy
ws up Strong.
well in the signal
o telling how the
1 work in a game.
in good shape but;
The speed that
ight and the snap
ig in the work was
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