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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1911.
1ight Editor-Loren Robinson.
Tonight a Michigan eleven will leave
Ann Arbor to invade the east. Since
last Saturday the men have been work-
ing day and night to round into shape
for Cornell. Harder and more unceas
ing working has seldom been the lot of
a Michigan squad, crippled as this one
is. The. men may be tired, tired enough
to fall asleep l9 their tracks but within
them there is a great hope. They are
going to beat Cornell. But they cannot
do it alone. They are going to play on
a gridiron where the stands are not
filled to overflowing with loyal Wol-
verines, where the maize and blue is
an exception and not a rule and where
the only "locomotive" is hitched to an
excursion train. Michigan will send a
delegation but this is comparatively
small. Still, the great body of rooters
can do its share. When that team
hall, Michigan wants every man-jack of
you to rally around the band. Do not
wait for your neighbor. Make it a point
to get there yourself and the next man
can do likewise. It is a duty and an
obligation which you owe to the uni-
versity and the team. Don't forget.
Get out and send that team away in
the best of spirits.
Our own concentrated notion of no
place to sleep is the porch sheltering
the entrance to the magnificent edi-
fice of our Athletic Assassination.
And yet there aresome who look
back with longing to the old fashioned
days when the expenditure of two bits
gave one the right to parade a placard
with the legend, "I've sent the band to
Dear Ed:-Why not have raised
money for the band by putting on a
little side-show with this year's most
perfect freshman as headliner?
H. B. C.
If we had fifteen unoccupied pages
we could print a few of the communi-
cations we have been receiving aent
the conscienceless conduct our athletic
authorities in the disposition of paste-
boards admitting to Ferry Field on the
Saturday next but one; as it is we
can't even read all of them.
Stir the Tar, Hiram.
Too bad "The Prince of Tonight"
won't be here to meet "The Chorus La-
The absolute limit of utter absurdity
-an unprotected inter-class game.
Charlie Baird, onetime boss of our
athletic plant, paused in our town yes-
terday to smoke a cigar with the pres-
ent powers ere he journeyed eastward.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Violin Sonata Recital.
Mrs. George B. Rhead and Samuel
Lockwood presented the first of a se-
ries of violin-sonata recitals in the High
School auditorium on yesterday after-
noon. The afternoon was deeply en-
joyable to the devotees who attended,
the new plan of a varied program be-
ing eminently successful.
Bach, Beethoven and Sjoegren were
the composers chosen for yesterday's
recital. The Bach sonata was given a
perfect interpretation yesterday-a
rarely finished bit of the exquisite art
of ensemble. Mr. Lockwood's appre-
ciation of the Bach phrase is evident
i every nuance of tone; and the fluent,
blendful, beautifully intoned quality of
Mrs. Rhead's playing is peculiarly
adapted to such a work. Of Beethoven,
the sixth sonata was given; it is a work
pure in outline, classic in its restraint
and lucidity. The unfamiliar number
has something of breadth, but many
passages which ring untrue. For one
at least of the audience, the Bach so-
nata remained the summit of a delight-
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