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THlE 11fIi CAN DAILY
t0aicial N ewvsoalper at the University
of Hichiigain.
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
MAN,1GING qEDITOR.
Walter K. Tlowers..
BUSINESS MANAGER
Albert R. Dilley.
OFFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
Maynard Street.
OFFICE HOURS: Managing Editor,
1 1-2 p.,in., 10:30-11:30 p.,in.; Bus-
iness Manager, 1-5 p. in..
Both Phones 960.
Subscription, price: By carrier, $2.50;
By mail, $3.00.
i "Want Ad Stations.
Press Building; Quarry's Pharm-
acy, State and North Uni-
versity.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911.
N ight ]Editor-Wallace Weber.
"Bottles" Thomson.
Any effort to express our sympathy
for "Bottles" Thomson, bereaved by
death of his brother, is woefully 'feeble.
We realize that however staggering is
our oven loss of him as. a Varsity star,
Saturday, his loss is overwhelming in
comparison. To us it means :possible
defeat in a football game, a mere mat-
ter of glory; to him, the taking away
for all time of a loved one. Our ap-
preciation of his sorrow may be slight,
but our sympathy is none- the less sin-
cere.
The tragedy is a terrible blow tc
Michigan. The team is badly crippled;
,he men are fighting on nerve alone
bout we depended on the never-failing
Thomson to save the day. The bril-
liant fullback cannot play. We have'
left only that traditional spirit of des-
perate determination which has so of-
ten, in years past, saved Michigan fron-
impending defeat. Can it overcome
the attacks of theo Red and Blue? We
believe it can.
VARklS1ITY 4 1'tiS H3A~ktI)litoLW
ON EYE OF BIG~ BATTLE.

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We are the original makers of
English cI4thcs. None but im-
p orted woolens here and nearly
alIl the patteres are confined ex-
clusively to Kirschbaumn. Drop
in and see~ our display of fabrics.
P. Kirschbaum
"The Original Young glen's Tailor"{
G. 2737. 797 Woolward

town talkI
Having readt what our .Sporty
Editor has to retail concerning
the further development of the
standing luck of our football
team Ye Ed wishes to celebrate
the gladsome event by a method
more congenial than erecting a
column of alleged wit.
'WILL BE ASKED TO VOTE THREE
AMENDMENTS.
(Continued from page 1.)
"(a) The government of the Union shall be
vested in the Board of Directors, composed of
the aforesaid nine officers, three others elected
annually from the University Faculties, and
five alumni of the University who are members
.of the Union, the same to be elected by the
Advisory Council of the Alumni Assocation
of the University; This Board shall constitute
the Board of Directors for the corporation. It
shall have legal title to the property of the
Union and shall be especially vested with
Power to receive donations to the Union."~
"(b) Upon the completion of the Michigan
Union club-house project as outlined in the
resolutiofi of the Michigan Alurni Association,
passed at its meeting of June 8th, :91, the
title to such club-house, buildings and grounds
shall be transferred to, and thereafter remain
in the Board of Regents of the University;
the Michigan Union club-house project shall,
for this purpose, be considered as completed at
such time as such club-house shall be ready for
use and occupancy."
"(c) Upon the completion of the Michigan
Union flub-hounse project as set forth in (b) of
this section, the management and control of the]
club-house, buildings and grounds shall be vest-
ed in the Board of Governors composed of the
Financial Secretary of the Union, who shall be
th . Chairman of the Board, the President of
the Union, one member of the Board of Reg.
-nts of the University, to be chosen by the
Regents, and four members of the Union to be
hosen from the life, faculty and alumni mem-
bers, provided that at least three of the said
.our shall be alumni of the University."
Section VIII, Article V is- to be aended
y striking out the words "a majority."'
Section IV, Article VIII is to be amended
to read as follows:
-"Ten percent of the members possessing
the qualifications for membership as specified
'n Section , of Article III, 'shall constitute
a quorum at any meeting of the Union, annual
it special."
Article IX to be amended to read as fol.
ow:.
".Amendments to this constitution, not in vio-
ation of the Articles of Association, may be
adopted at any meeting of the Union, annual
r special, by -a two-thirds vote of the members
resent, provided twenty ~er cent of those
temers possessing the qualiiations for mem-
ership specified in Section I, of Article III,
are present, such amendments having, been
)ublished with the notice of the meeting.
Arthur B. Moehlman,
Recording Secretary.
IIICHIGAN AND PENN ALUMNI
JOIN IN GETTING RETURNS.
The New York Alumni -Associations
of Michigan and Pennsylvania "have
arranged for a mutual gathering on
the afternoon of the gam. The reun-
on will be held at Resenwebers, on
Columbus Circle, and a large numbe
of the old boys and their friends are
;xpected to represent each institu-
dion.
Detailed returns from the game will
be received by a direct wire from Fer-
ry Field, and the grads will follow the
battle, play by play.
New Manager at Music House.
W. J. Simonson, of Detroit, is the
new manager at Grinnell Brothers'
music house on Liberty street. He
succeeds F. M. Root.
Therese, raise those pretty dark eye
lashes of yours and look in that win-
dow. See the Mich-Pennsy poster cov-
er? We put some time, some work,
and more money into it. If ou like It
Deaie, we are more than satisfied.
Thank you I tho't you would.
We printed just 150 of those posters
and the first 150 who are of your mind
get one too. Ten cents.
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of(Conitiued from Page, i.)
ity o the line is at present the ques-
tion that is bothering the "rooters. Ap-
parently the choice is betwee'n twc
men, Carpell and Torbet, with the odds
favoring the first named. Carpell has
never played right end in a game but
he has been drilled at that position all
week in case Pontius should not be in.
Torbet has already shown some a.bility
there and it may be that he will lineup
withi the team at the kickoff. The other
positions are practically fixed as an-
nounced yesterday.
Fina jl Practice Today.
The finishing touches will be put to
the team today by the bevy of coaches.
T, will not be long-, but will be a mere
snappy signal drill to polish up the
work of the machine.' There was no
scrimmage last night but a long hard
signal practice' with' the new men in
the linieup. Their'plays were especial-
ly drilled upon.

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