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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
SEAT SALE FOR
GAME BADLY MANAGED
Majority_ of Students Object
Order "Bread Line"
EXCEED ITS NEEDS
Contributions Will Enable Full
Quota to Take the Cor-
yal Students Fol-
v Band to Station
rage Squad For
equate to describe
the Michigan team
a car bearing thei
ached to the east
olled out of the M.
cheers of a multi-
o braved the rain,
swere not inspired
the supporters of
to show that they
team to the "last
It is the general tone of campus sen-
timent, in accordance with the attitude
of the communication published in yes-
terday's issue, that the Athletic Asso-
iation is somewhat at fault in its man-
agement of the Pennsy ticket sale.
Some deplore the present conditions
but believe that there can be no im-
mediate relief while the association
is in its present cramped quarters. It
is believed that no partiality is being
practiced in the sale of tickets.
"The writer of the Daily communi-
cation has some ground for complaint,
I believe," said "Matt" Blish. "Of
course, the alumni have to be looked
after, but I think more tickets might
well be reserved for students. There
seems to be more complaint about the
conditions at the Association office this
year than previously.";
"Hap" Haskins thinks that the pres-
ent congestion is regrettable, but does
not know of any remedy for the situa-
tion. " I don't believe in criticising
when one can't suggest a better sub-
stitute for a prevailing system," said
"Hap" last evening.
Capt. Inman Sealby has had no per-
sonal experience with the "bread line."
"It seems to me that the -present sys-
tem of distributing tickets is an in-
fringement on the students' time,"
said Captain Sealby.
"I can't agree with the writer of the
communication," said "Jack" Lyman,
chairman of the athletic board, when
seen last evening. "The account of
present conditions, as presented in the
letter, is much exaggerated."
President Letchfield Appoints
Large Number to Manage
TRIX NAMED) AS TOASTMASTER.
REPORTS FROM CORNELL AT
ALL-FRESH HEIDELBERG GAME
Freshmens raining Hard for Tomor-
row's Game to Improve Sea-
Reports from the Cornell game will
be received play by play at the game
between the All-Fresh and Heidelberg
teams tomorrow afternoon. The plays
will be indicated on a canvas gridiron
"IKE" ISC HER -WILL NOT GO.!
Twenty-five members of the band
will be,-at Percy field tomorrow when
the Varsity appears for its contest with
Cornell. Additional subscriptions re-
ceived yesterday set the fund consid-
erably ahead of the necessary mark.
The musicians leave tonight..
Following is the statement given out
by the Student Council last night:
Received from student subscriptions
Received from Athletic Association
.. ............ $100.00
Total receipts ............... $440.09
Expenses of sending 25 men, includ-
ing round trip fare and Pullman
reservations .............. $426.15
'clock the Varsity
state street to the,
'here hundreds "of
bled. The rooters
the musicians and:
d marched to the
hundreds of stu-
issembled. At the
embers, who went
workout at Water-j
special car, were
y and collectively
led in. Michigan's
present and the
rhich lined the sta-
overed, the sides of
ad in and the spe-
ed the throng led
song, and as it
ot yard a thunder-
>unded after the
rs and windows of
nbers waved their
side Coach Yost, Student Manager
nonth, and an official of the Athlet-
sociation, the men who made the
on the Varsity squad were Cap-
Conklin, Thomson, Bogle, Wells,
Quinn, McMillan, Craig, Huebel,
att, Paterson, Pontius, Kaynor,
Allmendinger, Wenner, Meek,
ells, Carpell, Picard and Smith.
a members of the Reserve team
will make the trip on the special'
rs' train leaving at 8:30 this ev-
are: Madison, Cyril Quinn, Mc-
Carpenter, Hanlon, Wiggins:
Gates, Peterson, Cooper, Maurer.
,E. F. Wyman, Sherzer, Dennison,
edy, Sage, W. F. Quinn.
derclassmen Assault Majestie.
er seeing the football squad safe-
its way the crowd marched back'
the campus. A portion of the
ring, in which underclassmen
much in evidence, started for the
tic Theater. Manager Lane had
I off the second show, dismissed
ctors, locked up the theater, and
home, but nothing daunted, the
ardent spirits attacked the build-
oudly demanding "free shows."j
b of thirty assisted by numerous
ent bystanders who pushed from
utskirts, succeeded in breaking
panes of glass. Paying no atten-
to the pleadings of the Council-
who endeavored to restore order
revent violence that might bring
niversity into disrepute, the un-
issmen stood around in the rain
g lustily-for nearly an hour.
Adelphi Will Test Material.
Adelphi society will hold its try-
for the Varsity debating team to-
at 7:30 in the Adelphi rooms. Fif-
men will try out and from this
er three men are to be chosen to
ete with the Jeffersonians in the
inary to be debated November
UNION'S DANCE SERIES
PROVES TO BE POPULAR.'
A large majority of the 250 tickets
for the series of Michigan,Union mem-
bership dances have already been dis-
posed of. In view of the great demand
for the tickets for the whole series the
tickets admitting to single dances have
been withdrawn. The first of the se-
ries of parties will be given in Barbour
gymnasium on the night of the Pennsy
game, November 18.
PROFESSOR WINKLER WILL
ENTERTAIN GERMAN LECTURER
In honor of Herr Rudolph von Her-
zog who will speak here under the aus-
pices of the Deutscher Verein, Prof.
Max Winkler, of the German depart-
ment, will give a reception Monday af-
ternoon, November 20, at 4 o'clock at
his residence. All members of the
faculty who are interested in things
German are invited to be present. Six
representativ'es of the Deutscher Ver-
ein will also be present.
"Stub"Crumjhacker Still Plays Football
"Stub" Crumpacker one of Michi-
gan's old Varsity players who is now
attending Harvard law school played
on the team representing that school
Wednesday and aided them materially
in beating Harvard Varsity 5-3 in a 25,
minute contest. - -
(signed) JOSEPH D. BURGE,
Treasurer, Student Council.
This balance will be deposited by
the Student Council to be used to de-
fray -the expenses of next year's trip.
Ia addition, $ 3.60 was subscribed by
a number of State street merchants,
which being unnecessary Ijor trip ex-
penses, will be used to defray the cur-
rent expenses of the band which are
unusually large this year.
An unfortunate feature'of the band's
trip is the fact that Leader "Ike"
Fischer will not accompany the mu-
sicians. There seems to be an under-
standing that only twenty-five men are
Lo bei.I nt on the ban's trip. There are
twenty-five men on the band now who
have been with the organization for
three years and, feeling that each one
of these ought to make the trip, "Tke"
has left himself off the list.
Following are the men who will
make the trip: Hanna, Clewell, Marti-
nek, C. E. Lewis, Anderson, Fryburger,
Goddard, Snyder, Gies, Penney, Curry,
Walthall, A. R. Lewis, Wilkinson, Bal-
lard, Brown, Sherrick, Wheeler, Heald,
Harrington, Pyle, Bergy, Lowenstein,
The committees who are to carry on
the affairs of the senior engineering
class for the present year have been
named by President F. T. Letchfield.
Herbert Trix will serve as toastmaster
at the class banquet and H. G. Hannon
was selected as class historian.
The committees follow:
Executive-A. H. Morrison, chair-
man; D. S. Patterson, W. S. Smith, D.
General Arrangements-A. L. Perry,
Chairman; H. M. Wadsworth, A. Carl-
son, N. B. Wilkens.
Class Day G. W. Cooper, thair-
man; W. Dick, W. Harden, R. E. Bach-
Picture-S. S. Lawrence, Chairman;
E. W. Haack, G. Yoder, L. Clapp.
Banquet-M. S. Sloman, Chairman;
W. E. Appleyard, M. A. Lebensburger,
J. F. Hudnut, R. Slaymaker.
Cap and Gown-H. L. Btown, Chair-
nan; A. L. Norris, B. Beardsley, V. R.,
Burton, C. G. Gardner.
Invitation-J. H. Henning, Chair-
man; F. Morgan, H. V. Anderson, F.;
Pipe and Stein-R. Cambell, Chair-;
man; H. Salidin, J. A. Martineck.
Senior Sing-J. Ekhart, Chairman;
R. Rowley, G. L. Codman, R. M.1
Memorial-G. Bancroft, Chairman;J
C. F. Warrick, H. W. Ford, H. Fonda.
Auditing-I. T. Hook, Chairman; G.3
Armstrong, V. F. Spring, R. E. Carlson.1
Union Dinner-J. Burge, Chairman;
0. Eckert, R. T. Brewer, F. W. Steere.
Promenade-F. W. risher, Chair-t
man; C. . Hoover, A. 0. Dicker, R. T.<
Dance-A. J. Duffey, Chairman; J:
F. Pierce, F. Londsberry, C. C. Thomas.l
Reception-J. B. Webb, Chairman;f
A. E. Mack, L. F. Brames, H. Trix.
JEPORThs CONTRIBUTORS FOR
PROPOSED RESIDENCE HALLS
Accor ling to Miss Agnes Parks, fi-
iancial secretary of the Women's
4eague, ;everal Detroit school teachers
are considering the idea of subscribing
money for the building of the women's
residence hall. While no definite steps
have been taken,-the teachers are en-
thusiastic over the League's plan and
they will probably try to secure other
donations besides subscribing to the,
Miss Parks, who visited Ann Arbor
yesterday to attend the reception given
by the women in the league houses,.
stated that she had several other pos-
sible contributors and that she hoped
to get more donations within a few
days. She plars to visit sv:ral prom-
inent alumni in Detroit next Saturday
and will be accompanied by President
Hutchins, who will return from the
east on Friday.
But few of the Detroit alumnae were
resent at yesterday's, reception in Bar-
bour gymnasium though a large num-
ber had been expected to look into
the need for residence halls. The
ones who did attend the reception took
great interest in the present league
houses. The reception which was giv-
en to the faculty and wives as well as
the league board was well attended.
as in former years, with a maize and
blue football representing Michigan
and a red ball representing Cornell
The game at Cornell starts at 1:30
western time, and as the All-Fresh
game is called for 2 o'clock, the re-
ports will commence coming in at
about the same time the local game
Coach Cole is giving his freshmen
proteges strenuous work in prepara-
tion for the Ohio eleven. The Fresh-
men have won one game and lost two
this season, and want to gain victories'
in the remaining games in order to
insure better than an even break. With
this end in view the freshmen have
been working hard in the final prac-
tices before Saturday's game.
Michigan team in yesterday's pra
when Roblee, playing at right t
on the Varsity, seriously injured
left ankle. The nature of the in
was a bad dislocation, with a s
bone broken, and it will keep Ro
out of the game for the rest of the
son, thus depriving Michigan of
services of a good lineman.
The accident to Roblee occurred
ing the early scrimmage practice.
ball was fumbled on a Varsity"
buck and Roblee picked up the lea
and started down the field. He
made about 30 yards when he
ackled from behind, and with the I
ler dragging him down, he was hi
a second reserve player from a d
onal direction, and went to the gro
with the weight of the first mai
his leg. Roblee afterward stated
he knew his ankle was seriously in
ed as soon as he was struck down
The injured player was taken tc
Homeopathic hospital where his a
was given attention last evening.
first it was thought his leg was bro
just above the ankle, but later ex
ination showed that the ankle was
located and a small bone brokei
well.. In spite of his hurt Roblee
"game." Before his ankle was g
an examination he remarked,
lucky something like this doesn't 1
pen to that 'Bottles' Thompson."
This afternoon's practice, secret
the other practices of this week,
sisted mostly of scrimmage drill
a team composed largely of substit
representing the Varsity. After
scrimmage Yost gave out that the I
sity scored one touchdown on the
serves but he didn't say how n
more than one the regulars made.
Lineup for Game is Undecidet
The lineup Yost used in yesterd
scrimmage was by no means the
he will use against Cornell, and
doubtful if the coach himself kn
definitely whom he will put in.
coach is "up against it," having
but few regulars all week whon
could safely use in scrimmage. In
probability the men who wi.ll re
sent Michigan Saturday will not be
signed their positions till the mor
of the game.
The lineup used in yesterday's. p
tice was composed of Conklin, L.
Quinn, L. T.; Kaynor, L. G.; Pate]
C.; Garrels, Allmendinger, R. G.;
lee, Bogle, R. T.; Pontius, R. E.; C
er, Q.; Wenner, L. H.; Meek, F.
Wells, R. H. '
SMALL. ATTENDANCE CAUSES
ELECTION, TO BE PUT OFF.
Right Tackle's Ankle Brok
Yesterdav's Practice L,
Him Out for the Rema
MANY REGULARS NOT WOR
Yost Reports but One Touclido
Practice and Holds Special
One more setback was gives
SENIOR DENTAL SOCIETY
Committees for the Senior Dental
Society were appointed yesterday as
follows: program committee: L. C.
Shonerd, M. D. Olcott, P. R. Alexan-
Twenty people attended the meeting der; membership committee: G. G.
of the University Progressive Repub- 'homas, P. C. Kuebler, F. J. Dengler;
lican League held in McMillan hall executive committee: H. S. Bailey, F.
last evening. Owing to the small at- -. Hardy, A. Bordado.
tendance the election of officers was
postponed until the next meeting jNEW SOCIAL COMMITTEE TO
which will be held two weeks from ARRANGE SUNDAY PROGRAMS.
today. The league is- making elaborate A
arrangements for the entertainment of Appointments for the Michigan Un-
Senator LaFollette who is soon to ap- ion social committee were announced
pear on the S. L. A. course. last night by President Matthew Blish.
This committee will take care of the
MICHIGAN DENTAL BOARD Sunday afternoon programs at the
. EXAMINES HERE NEXT WEEK. clubhouse. From this time on it is
planned to have some kind of a concert
ToMha t hro -aor program regularly on Sunday af-
ELOCUTION CLASSES WILL.
The class in Shakespearean Reading
will give two public performances this
semester. The first will be Richard
Sheridan's "School for Scandal" and
will be given in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall on November 28. The second will
be Shakespeare's "Merchant of Ven-
ice," which will be presented the last
of January. At these performances,
which are free to the public, the cast
is changed with every scene in order
to give every member of the class a
chance to show his ability.
PROF. CURTIS PHOTOGRAPHS
STARS TO FIND NEW SPECTRA
Vacancies Filled on Opera Committees
Two vacancies were filled on thei
Michigan Union Opera committees last"
night. Morris Milligan was appointed
assistant to the stage manager and
j-1 f -IVc 17gan-LUL a )UF e LC1L
examiners, composed of seven men
from different parts of the state, will
spend all next week4in Ann - Arbor.
They are to submit to those members
of the senior and junior classes who
wish to practice dentistry in Michigan
ternoons. The fo-llowing men have been
chosen to serve: chairman, Howard
Wilson, Sheldon Dickinson, Willis
Diekema, Marshall Ford, Clement
Quinn, Herbert Wilkins.
lvH~f ff A d Van ntion.
William Daugherty was made assist- the state board examph H. Curtis, of the as-
her of others not attending the univer- Dr. N. S. Hoff, dean of the dental col tronomical department, is taking pho-
sity will also take the examinations. lege, left yesterday for Buffalo, N. Y. gs
y ~tographs of different stars 'in order to
Forestry School To Raise Specimens. Michigan, with respect to the dental to attend a dental convention in that find new spectra. He has so far taken
A new addition lies been made to the board, has "reciprocity" with ten stat- ity. He will return to Ann Arbor next over 300 pictures and expects to take
equipment of the forestry department es, so that anyone who passes the Tuesday. many more. No investigations of this
in the shape .of a -nmall .greenhouse, board examinations of Michigan, is- sort have been made before and Prof.
which has been built adjacent to the perinitted to practice the profession in CORNELL IS OPTIMISTIC Curtis finds the work novel and 'in-
south side of the Economics building, any of the ten states. ABOUT TOMORROW'S GA.ME. structive.
It is planned to raise seedlings of trees The new 37 inch refracting telescope
and other botanical specimens used in Many Chicago Alumni . to See Game. ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 9.--Cornell stu- at the observatory is proYing to be
the work of the department. j A special train will bear several hun- dents are optimistic over Saturday's more satisfactory than was anticipated
dred Chicago alumni to Ann Arbor game with Michigan and are confident when it was first installed. The tel-
Tuberculosis Societies Meet Monday. for the Pennsy game a week from to- of victory. The improved showing of escope is the second larges;t in the
A meeting of the University and Ann morrow. The band will be at the M. the regulars over the reserve eleven world, and the largest in use in any
Arbor Tuberculosis societies will be C. station to welcome the Windy City in this week's practice has given the university. Even the famous obsery-
held in the medical building Monday delegation. students renewed confidence in the atories of Lick and Allegheny do not
afternoon at 4:30. At this time, final _ _team. The lineup that will face the compare with the University observa-
arrangements will be made concerning Fraternities at Cornell have agreed Wolverines has been. decided upon and tory, in the opinion of Prof. Curtis, of
the disposal of the Christmas red cross not to pay over certain prices for car- nothing now remains but the polishing the astronomical department, who
stamps in Ann Arbor and the vicinity. riage service during Junior week. off process. has spent much time in both places.
Last eveningYost called'a final si
nal practice at Waterman gymnasiu
County Superintendents Will Meel
Michigan state county superinten
ents of the poor will meet in Ann A
bor at an early date in December. T
work of the convention will be of -i
terest to the medical departments b
cause these commissioners, when th
discover patients who need treatme
in their districts send them to the u
versity hospitals. From this sour<
the university receives a large propo
tion of its patients for clinical work.
Will Help Alumnae to Organize,
Dean Jordan leaves for Grand Ra
ids today where she will help^ t
Michigan alumnae to found an assoc
ation. Mrs. Jordan expects to retu
to Ann Arbor Sunday.