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OR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1911.
WOLVERI-NE FOOTBALL SQUAD.

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'alive Statistics of Teams Iiippl

MICHIV4AN.
(Average Weight 178.)
Position Weight
m, (Capt.) .............. L.E. 184
....................L.T. 188
r ...................... L .G . 197
on ....................C. 202
s ...................... R .G. 180
........................ R .T. 190
1 ....................R.E. 158
an -...................... Q. 155
.L.H. 163
........................ R .H . 180
........................ F.B . 165

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Height
5-10
4 5-11
5-10
5-11
6
6
5-7
5-7
5-10
5-10;
6-

Age
23
21
22
20
21
21
21
21
19
22
19

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.sen .. . ... .. .. .. . .
y . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Capt.) .........

PENNSYLVANL
(Average Weight 172.)
Position Weight
,.....L.E. 165
......L.T. 172
..... L.G. 190
....... C. 175
..... R.G. . 190
..... R.T. 180
. R.E. 160
.... Q. 158
..... L.H. 158
.... R.H. 175
. F.B. 175

Height
5-11
5-8
6 ,
5-8
5-9
5-11
5-10
5-8
6
6
5-11

Age
20
20
23
20
22
23
23
22
21
22
22

HOPE FOR EASTERN MEET j CHORAL UNION

REARS VIOLINIST.I

marred

Bad Roads and Poor Weather Proves
Too Big a Handicap
For C. C. C.
. Upon whether the roads are in good
condition or not this morning hangs
the fate of this year's cross country
squad. Should the roads' be favorable
the final tryout which was slated for
last Monday will be run. Should the
conditions be contrary, outdoor run-
ning for the season will cease, and

Maude Powell Entertains Universityj
Audience With Artistic Se-
lections.
Maude Powell, the foremost woman
violinist of the age, through her artist-
ry last night won for herself an ap-
plause seldom given to artists on the
Choral Union series. Throughout the
evening the audience became more and
more aware of the glowing, sensuous
beauty of her cantilena, and her sim-
ple, direct, energetic style.

Waterman gym for an hour and tes-
tified by the lusty cheering and sing- 1
ing to their belief. that the team will .
carry the Maize and Blue to victory
today.
From the moment that the band be- 1
gan its first selection until the last 1
handful of rooters filed out of the door I
Michigan spirit and backing manifest- !
ed itself as never before.
"Are we feeling tonight as Jonah felt
when the whale swallowed him?"asked
Professor Wenley, the first speaker of
the evening, and two thousand voices
promptly replied in a "nighty shout,
"No!"~
"If the team ever needed backing," j
continued Professor Wenley, "it needs
it now," Again the crowd damonstrated
that it was prepared to furnish all the E
support necessary. I
"NHap" Haskins, who was master of i
ceremonies, next introduced Judge 1
"Bill" Day, a former yell master, E
who concluded his stirring ad-
dress by leading a locomotive. in a I
manner that showed that "Bill" at i
least could come back.
. "Whitey" Otis then leaned perilous- ;
ly over the balcony railing and led the
crowd through a reportoire of yells in
"Sully" Sullivan style.
A series of entertaining cartoons, i
apropos to the situation, flashed on a I
(Continued on page two.)

The
early
d will
it the
,ill be

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Mklichigan will not send ail aggregation AWaldemar Liachowsky added not a
to compete in the Eastern Interdolle- I little pleasure of the evening by his
giate cross country run this fall. In adequate and sympathetic interpreta-
speaking of prospects Captain Bruce tions of the piano accompaniments.
Beardsley said, "Our chances for a-
team are as good this year as they Souvenir Programs Sell Rapidly.
were last, but inasmuch as the weather The souvenir programs of the game
is against us, there is little hope that today have met with a phenomenal
we will go east this year" success. Over two-thirds of the issue
was sold yesterday.

e a heavy
as taken
attractive.

THE FOOT BALL
NUMBER OF THE

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Stories and Verse by Donald Hamilton Haines, Franklin P. Adams, Don

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LOTS OF PICTURES
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