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The

Michigan

A Reliable Directory of

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATLRDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911.

250

ROOTERS ACCOMPANY
BAND ON EASTERN JOURNEY.

Today's Players Compared

ITH

TODAY
0 to 6 Fa-'
itv, Michi-
nell Eleven
nce 1894,
SE BUTLER.
to Place Mon -
hit Find

Two hundred and fifty enthusiastic
rooters and twenty-six bandsmen-
"Ike" Fischer among them-left on the
special train for Ithaca last night.
About fifty rooters faced the double
bolt penalty .and left Thursday. The
members of the band couldn't say
enough concerning the generosity that
made their trip to Ithaca possible.
"About all we can do to show that ap-
preciation, is make a lot of Michigan
noise and the bunch back home can
count on us for that," was the way one
man put it.
Reports indicate that large numbers
of alumni from New York and Penn-
sylvania have made reservations, so
that the varsity is assured a rousing,
welcome when it makes its appearance
on the field this afternoon. "Whitey"
Otis will be in charge of the cheering.

MICHIGAN
(Average Weight 180)

Player Position
Conklin.. . ... .. L.E.
Quinn ................ L.T.
Kaynor... L.G.
Paterson......C.
Garrells .............. R.G.
Bogle..............R.T.
Pontius-..............RE.
Picard................Q.
Carpell........ ...L.H.,
Thomson ...........F.B.
Wells.;.............R.H.

Weight
185
190
190
200
190
190
190
140
150
170
186

Height
5-10
6
5-10
5-11
6
6
6
5-5.
5-6
6t

Age
22
21
22,
20
21
21
20
21
21

... Yrs on Team
3
2
l
1
1'
2
1
2
1
9

23
22

5-11 1-2

CORNELL
(Average Weight 180.)

s5.)
-The first
Cornell on
1894, when
Red elev-
etroit, has
e east and
aca for the
one of the
d on Percy

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fray.
'ed at
Club,
ornell
ission

VA RSITY F A BLES.
By Our Own George Ade.
The Rooter Who Stuck.
With the Score 36-0 for the
Home Team, the Pikers began to
leave. "Stick!" cried the Noble
Head. But the Pikers Paid no;
Heed to his Cries, and as a con-
sequence the Home Team was so
dispirited at their Leaving that
the Visitors smashed over Seven
Touchdowns in Three Minutes
and won the Game.
But the Noble Head, who was
the Only Rooter Left, computed
the Length of the Field by the
Time it took the Visitors to cov-
er it, and found that it was a
Foot and a Half too Short.
So he filed a Kick with the Au-
thorities, and after Verification
the Game was called off. The
Noble Head received a vote of
Thanks, the Gate Receipts, and a
Professorship in Math.
Moral: See the Team Through.
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Player Position
Eyrich... . .......L.E.
Munk...............L.T.
O'Rourke............L.G.
J. Whyte ................ C.
Munns ........ ......R.G.
Champaign... . ..... R.T.
Guyer.... .. ......R.E.
Butler.........Q.
O'Connor...........L.H.
Underhill............F.B.
R. Whyte.... . ....R.H.

Weight
172
189
186
173
181
170
174
168
173
180
162

Height
5-8.
6-2
6
6
6-1.
5-6
5-10
5-8
5-9
6-1
5-7

Age
21
22
21
21
20
21
20
20
20
21
21

Yrs on
2

Team

3
2,
1~
2
1

2,
1
2

TO HAVE FENCIN4G CLUB
HSOCIAL QUARTERS A uuTS PLAN
That faculty men wil soon be dis-
porting themselves in the practice of
the ancient and honorable art of fenc-A
ing seems to be assured by the active
steps being taken in behalf of a num-
ber of those interested by their repre-
sentative committee. Circulars have
been sent out to get hold of those who.
wish to take up the exercise, and re- Scheme Provides for Un
juesting immediate answers to any of it of Architectural
the committee, which is composed of
Professors Reighard, Novy, Guthe, de anSd ymmetrical Ou
Muralt, and Bonner. Grounds,
It is proposed to run the club with a
membership basis of 100, some active PLA NT SHRUBE RY PROF
and fencing members and others as-
s'ociate members. Suitable rooms are From an Imposing Entrance a
to be rented over one of the stores University, Promenade IV
near the campus. There will be one Run to Library.
equipped as a gymnasium and fencing
floor, with lockers and shower baths. No longer will new universii
A reading and lounging room with a ngs, of heterogeneous designs,
billiard table is planned for, in order tered at random over the cam
to make the club a sort of social oen- a result of extended investigal
ter and meeting place for the faculty the problem of campus beauti
men. a special committee, appointee
It is hoped that a first class fencing Regents, has worked out a con
vaster will be secured at an early date. sive plan for the orderly deve
The fees are $25 for active members of university architecture. I
and $15 for associates. tended that all new buildings
on the campus be made to c,
WOULD TAKE ANOTHER RAP this general idea.
AT AT HLETIC A SSOCIATION. The proposed scheme prov
an imposing main entrance to I
Mathematician Copes With Seat Sale pus, to be located near the sit
Situation and Discovers present university stables, of
Interesting Data. University avenue. From this e
which will be in th. form of a
(The Daily sumees no repOin<_l:iity a grand :nal, cr lIromacde,
fo :, seuti mni it s exJ115 e( ii in Co mn- Itend sou tU :w :.rd to ard th e lV3ll lCli~ lR
uiunications. is hcpcd thy' "' atn 21 r:
Editor, The Michigan Daily: monument will be erected by
Vacre 0where .are he verdant on this avenue.
freshmen, and the gay young sopho- The plans further 1:rovide to
mcrz, and the jolly juniors, and the form style fc architecture to
sl'oyed in the future. It is I
grave old seniors? They arc in the to use red brick constiruction

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for
laim
that
save

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ALL-FRESH GIVEN
LOAFING SESSION
On Account of Crippled Eleven,
Heidelberg Cancels Game
at Late Hour.

IN CHORAL SERIES
_________._ ,

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Famous American Violiniste to
Appear in Choral Union
Series Nov. 17.

POWELL APPEARS,

cold wild world waiting for their tick-
ets to the Pennsy game.

Far be it fron us to lnock; farther
ITHACA RETURNS JUST THE SAME. FESTIVAL DATES ANNOUNCED. still to criticise the Athletic Associa-

n the line-
d the "Big

There will be no game between Mich-
igan's All-Fresh eleven and the team
from Heidelberg University this after-
noon. At the last minute the Ohio
eleven cancelled its date at Ann Arbor,

the TO DISCUSS LECTURE CAMPAIGN. and as Director Bartelme was unable
e in- -- -

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ney from Ann
ouble in get-
as the Cornell
odds. There
>ney in sight
Ids which are
tms have been
will send the
Id whom the
ositions. - The
e as was chos-

est Delights Studes.
o be an open air suf-
last night in our sis-
urned out on closer
merely an Ypsi Nor-
g. Many of our Ann
attended the love-
elighted to hear the
f the fair ones of the
as they circled round
, girls! don't shove!)
temporaries of the
t glean a lesson from
an fondly imagine a
section reserved for
but whether the re-
ring,would be demor-
onents or to our own
ter of conjecture.

Special Committee to Choose Faculty
Members for Lecture En-
gagements.
A meeting is scheduled for Monday"
evening of the deans of the different
departments with President Hutchins,
who returns from his trip to New York-
today. Plars will be discussed for the
coming University Extension Lecture'
campaign made possible by the $10,000
appropriation of the Regents last
spring. Each dean will present the
names of the men in his department
available for lecture engagements,
their various subjects and the times at
which they are able to make the trips.
When the names are decided on a
schedule will probably be made out
and requests for platform speakers
complied with. Already many requests
have been received for lecturers to fill
engagements next winter and a large
demand for university speakers is an-
ticipated.
The number of lectures that any one
faculty member may give will be lim-
ited in order that no one will have to
assume too much outside work in ad-
dition to his work on the campus.
Minnesota gave a Purity Banquet
for the Chicago team on last Friday;
night.

to secure a team to fill the engagement;
on such short notice, there will be no
actual game staged 'at Ferry field this'
afternoon.
The Heidelberg authorities advanced
as a rin for the cancellation of the
game that the team was handicapped
by injuries and that with a few men to
pick from, the faculty had thought it
unwise to risk a game at Ann Arbor.
The first indication that Heidelberg
would not fill the engagement came
yesterday morning in the. shape of a
telegram to Director Bartelme. The
latter called the authorities by tele-
phone later in the day but though they
were profuse in their apologies, they
did not give their decision favorable
consideration.
The calling off of the game will not
affect the plans to have the returns
from the Michigan-Cornell game re-
ceived at Ferry Field, however, and
the original plan of having the game
indicated play by play on the canvas
gridiron will be followed out. No ad-
mission will be charged and the gates
will be thrown open to all who care to
attend.
Two successful glider flights were
made by a member of the Cornell Aero
Club last Tuesday. The biplane was,
towed by an automobile.

Maud Powell, whom critics rank as
the greatest violiniste of the age, will
make her appearance in Universily
Hall on the night of November 17, as
the second number on the Choral Un-
ion series.. Notices appearing after
her recitals almost unanimously class .
her with the greatest of her male con-
freres, and the local music lovers will
be given their first opportunity to
judge for themselves, as this artist,
unlike the others on this year's pro-
gram, has never been heard here be-
fore.
Miss Powell makes her appeal to
her audiences not through her technic
so much as through her warmth of
temperament. Unlike the piano, the
violin offers as large an opportunity.
to women as to men, for the feminine
feeling finds a splendid medium for
expression in this instrument.
It is with particular pride that Amer-
ican audiences listen to, and speak of
Maud Powell, for she is a native of
this country. In fact, the greatest crit-
ics of the United States have used the
phrase, "our own Maud Powell" in all
their criticisms. These same crit-
ics can find no one besides Fritz Kreis-
ler, who won Ann Arbor last year, as
a fit comparison for this American vi-
oliniste.
Arrangements for the 1912 May Fes-.
tival are already far advanced, so far,
in fact, that the authorities of the
Choral "Union have announced the en-
gagement of the Theodore Thomas
orchestra, and the dates as May 15-18
(Continued on page 4.)

tion; but we truest that they will r .,Ie
allowances for the theriostatic Para-
do:r, (sec Reed & Guthe, page 1728)
that as the temperature of one's toes isI
reduced, that one's feelings rise by the
law of Divine Compensation (idem) as
the flesh becomes numb, the spirit
grows sensitive. Let them take all
credit due them for careful consider-
ation of the health of students, as anl
active ally of the Anti-Tuberculosis'
Society. We also appreciate the val-
ue of fresh air and open sunshine, and
only regret that the Athletic Associa-
tion, by the nature of their self-sac-
rificing duties may not be exposed to
the same blessings.
But a few data with your pardon:
Average number of students in line
--89.307.
Line lasts, daily average-10.25 hrs.
Time spent actually buying tickets-
5 hrs. 47 min.
Time wasted daily, total average-905
hrs. 2 min. 48 7-8 sec.
Time each student wastes, average-
2 hrs. 47 min. 11 1-4 sec.
Time spent actually buying tickets,
average-i min. 7.1-8 sec.
Time wasted per student, average-
2 hrs. 46 min. 4 1-8 sec.
Number of students per day, average
-327.
Total time wasted per day, average
-905 hrs. 2 min. 48 7-8 sec.
Thus we may conclude that any way
we look at it, there is wasted in the
ten days of the sale, precisely 9050 hrs.

exclusively and the buildings
so arranged as to lend :,ymm
orderliness to the appearanc
campus.
A recr.rangemcnt of the sh
and trees will also play a la
in beautifying the campus. 'I
tion of the walks can not
changed, but a more genera
bution of shrubbery will serve
the awkwardness of the irc
rangement.
The idea of improving the
ance of the campus isnot an
but only recently has it been
discussed by University au
Practically all large Americar
sities have adopted similar r
to insure well-ordered c
Princeton, Chicago, Californi
sylvania, Virginia, and West F
among the institutions of
which haye provided - for sc
uniform development.
J LiTS COMPLETE PLANS
FOR MANY SOCUAL A
The junior lits held their f
meeting yesterday afternoon
time the ne? officers were
The class expsects to make thi
social year and will start wit
inee dance in 'IBarbour gymna
cember 2. The first of the
class dinners at the Michiga
for the mel: w'P be 11eld a w
Monday night
The inter-class constituti
unanimously adopted.
Dean Schlotterbeck Retu
Professor J. O. Schlotterbe

28 min. 8 3-4 see. of the School of Pharmacy, w
This enormous lapse, you will note, past week has been in east
would allow one student to perform on business returned to A
(Continued on page 3) last evenirfg.

Safe of Student
uced price tickets
will. be
discontinued
d. Nov. 15, 6 P. M.

He'delberg

Vs.

Michigan

Freshmen.

Plenty of

Pennsylvania Ti(

REPORTS FROM CORNELL-MICHICAN CAME RECEIVED BY SPECIAL WIRE

Left in

Stands and Box

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