TPHE MICHIGAN DkILY
HE FICHIIAN D ,ALVY
Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
day throughout the school year.
Walter K. Towers.
Albert R. Dilley.
News Editor.........Harry Z. Folz
Assistant ..............Frank Pennell
Athletic Editor ........Karl Matthews
Assistant.... ....G. C. Eldredge
Music and Drama ....Earl V. Moore
Intercollegiate News Harold G. McGee
Files ..............Emmett Taylor
Arthur B. Moehlman Walle W. Merritt
Frank Shaw Maurice Myers
Edward G. Kemp
Maurice Toulme Mack Ryan
Loren Robinson Robert Gillett
Garrels started this fall at end, He
had played in the backfield in high
school and later on the All-Fresh at
guard. This is the place he is partic-
ularly adapted for and from present
indications seems likely to find a berth
on the first team next year.
A beautiful High-Class Play Hous
to Vaudeville of the Better C
Every Night, Except Sund-
Matinees: . . . Wednesday an<
ENTIRE PROGRAM CHANGES MONDAYS AND
Week of Novemb
C. Harold Hippler
J. Selig Yellen
Xssistant to Mgr. ..Joseph Fouchard
Advertising Mgr. ..Elmer P. Grierson
Circulation Mgr. ....E. Ray Johnson
A. R. Johnson, Jr.
)FFICES: Ann Arbor Press Building,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1911..
SOUVENIR EDITION STAFF.
Manager-A. R. Johnson, Jr.
We are happy today to welcome, as
Dur guests, thousands of alumni and
:riends from every part of the United
Mates. It is indeed a rare privilege
o mingle with our older Michigan:
Brothers, to sing our songs together,
and to feel in common that spirit
which many years absence from Ann
Arbor only intensifies. Each student
rightly feels proud of his responsibili-
ty as host. His courtesies are genuine,
his cordiality is sincere.
And Pennsylvania, we welcome you!
We welcome you because we cherish
for you a true regard, which we feel
sure is reciprocated, and to continue
which our best endeavors are directed
We are glad that you are with us today
because your coming gives us opportu-
nity. Victory means much but defeat
is not humiliating.
Greetings friends, we open our doors
'LLAN GARRELS IS UPHOLDING
NAME MADE FAMOUS IN PAST.
By his stellar work in the Cornell
;ame, Allan Garrels has worked hi
way up to a footing nearer that won by
his brother "Johnnie" in the realm of
Wolverine athletes. Following a rath-
:r discouraging start at the first of.
his season, he fought his way into the
Jarsity ranks after having been. rele-
ated to the bench and has proved a
find" for the line.
Harry Field's School i
TH'E NAPwf" ANE:
The Best of School
Clement P. Quinn, guard on the 1910
Varsity team, is a 1913 literary student
from Saginaw, Michigan. While not a
spectacular player, Quinn played a
very consistent game last season and
is making good in his position this
year. Quinn is 21 years old, weighs
about 182 pounds and is 6 feet tall.
Eldridge m'1 Baulow--hn a CIo Ac
MUSICAL COMEDY GIRLS
Three Dolce Sil
Dainty and Talented
Most Stupendous Production in Vaudeville
Arthur Laviuc and Co4
BIG BEAUTY CHORUS
IN A MUSICAL COMEDY IN NINE SCENE
Meredith&Snoozer Harry VonDell
Dog with Education "The Music Master'
FUNNIEST ACT ON EART
Original UhUIIyJS Picture
CET YOUR SEATS EARLY
Reserved Seats Now Selling for Entire Week
T. A. Bogle, Jr., played guard on the
1910 Michigan team. Bogle played on
the Ann Arbor high school team be-
fore entering the university. He plays
a hard consistent game and is a place
kicker of no mean ability. Bogle
weighs about 190 pounds and is six feet
tall. He is 21 years old.
Baseball was represented at the con-
test by no less a personage than Frank
T. Navin, owner of the Detroit Baseball
Ann Arbor's Largest andFnest Hotel
Headquarters f9r Foot Mal 'Teams
M M. NOWLIN,
W. 0. NOWLIN,