ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911.
MUSIC MASTERS OF
NATION WILL MEET
Asso-iation to Hold its 39th
Convention Here From Dec.
26 to 29 inclusive.
v with a
Cole Will Use the Same Line-!
Up that Defeated Olivet j
Three Weeks Ago,
AIN'' IT FUNNY?,
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TO RECEIVE VARSITY REPORTS, j0TED ARTISTS WILL ATTEND.
That the vaudeville sleight-of-
hand performers should lay
claim to cleverness while the
Michigan magician, Yost, is
doing his tricks?
That so many fellows refuse
to travel on the most approved
vehicle of modern times-the H2
1ltory.ll The All-Fresh team held its final
will' be a practice yesterday afternoon, and now
xpects it to stands ready to meet the husky first
nnsylvania. year crew from the Farmer institution.
victory by The line-up Coach Cole will use is
ore aistosimilar to that used against Olivet
nsensus of when the upstaters were defeated. The
higan win- freshmen tutor figures that the same
cone of the combination ought to give a good ac-
Imit defeat count of itself against the Lansing
e clear and
)vered with youngsters. The game starts at 2:30
ape tomor- Reports from the Michigan-Nebraska
game will be received by telephone on
FORTH Coach Cole will pick his lineup from
UDG$MENT. the following players:,
Hadden, Tession, L. E., Raynsford,
oral Writer L. T. Merrit, Barthel, L. G., Trapha-
k Wonitrgen, Paisley, C., Cole, R. G., Musser,
R. T., Nichols, R. E., Hewitt, Bushnell.
Q., Collette, Bushnell, L. H., R. Smith,
an editori- ;Wilson, F. B., J. Smith and Lyons, R. H.
cussed the The officials will be Pattison and
used Mich- Bowditch of M. A. C. and Cunningham
ommenting and Madison of Michigan.
writer said: circumstances, displayed a nice esti-
f Saturday mate of the brain-power of the other
r, the Min- side that was admirable in accuracy
hat in one and result."
ment than SUCKERS PACK UNION AT
rom about FIRST SMOKER OF YEAR.
ers it wa.
k to select The Illini took a new lease on life
ould most Friday evening at a rousing meeting
mnts and iE at which the men from the sucker state
I to be cor- packed the Union clubhouse at their
rned into a first smoker of the year. "Loyalty to
ain defeat Illinois" was the topic of Dean Bates,]
triumph. who was the first speaker of the even-
nstance is ing. Walter K. Towers also addressed
. Both the the meeting urging a closer fellowship;
ed, because among the men from Illinois, both
ie antago- in the university and in after life in the
>e coming. state. Over eighty partook of the
n the repe- "smdkes'' which were provided.
at had just The active membership of the club is4
stance. A now close to the hundred mark and
ve expect- the organization is planning an active
)uld be.re- season.
e team, be-
:ped intel- EXTRA COPIES OF THE DAILY
k for any- ARE ALWAYS ON SALE AT CUPSIT.
under the ING'S DRUG STORE.;
Ann Arbor is to have the unusual
distinction of being the scene of the
thirty-third annual convention of the
Music Teachers' National association,
December 26 to 29 inclusive.
This is the first time that such a
convention has been held in the state
of Michigan since 1890 when the same
organization met in Detroit. Then,
however, the convention was in the
nature of a great festival, most of the
sessions being given over to concerts
and recitals. Since then, the character
of the conventions has been materially
changed and the meetings have as-
sumed the nature of scientific discus-
sions on important problems of music.
Papers are read by the greatest au-
thorities in their respective lines on
this side of the Atlantic.
Among the noted guests will be Dean
Peter C. Lutkin, of Northwestern Uni-
versity and president of the associa-
tion; Prof. George C. Gow of Vassar,
vice-president; Francis L. York of they
Detroit Conservatory of Music; Prof.;
Waldo S. Pratt, noted author of manyo
great musical works, and Prof. Albertr
A. Stanley, president of the American4
section of the International Musical4
society. Many of the artists of the
University School of Music will also4
be on the program, either to deliver4
papers or give recitals. The Detroit4
String Quartette with Mme. Elsa Rueg-w
ger as soloist will also appear,+
besides several other artists. The full4
program for the convention will be"
published later. The arrangements"
have been under the direction of the+
University School of Music.
SENATOR CRAWFORD TO SPEAK
FOR LAFOLLETTE AT WHITNEY"
Michigan Manager Started Campaign.
For Students Yesterday in Talk
The Michigan Progressive Republi-t
can league, of which the local students't
club is a branch, has secured SenatorY
I. W. Crawford, a progressive of South
Dakota, to give a free lecture on the1
present political situation tomorrow
afternoon at the Whitney theater at
The campaign among the student:
was opened by Mr. A. Lapin Cohen
in charge of Senator LaFollett'E
Michigan campaign for the presidency
who addressed 60 members of the Stu
dents Progressive Republican Clul
Two New Rooms Opened in Library
Two rooms on the third floor of th
library, previously used as store room:
are being re-modeled. The one on th
east side is to be the medical library
and the other will be used as a semi
That even the prof
slips you a "con" in'y
est subject shoulds
you regard him as
friend, young rman?"
How many good looking girls
you see walking in front of you?
That brushing the teeth does
not always -remqve the "brown
That the chronic knocker at a
football game is always a fel'ow
with an "ingrown chin" and a
two-wrinkle brow, who is, after
the victory, to be heard above
all others in shouting about what
"WE" did to the defeated elev-
That a fellow should feel so
gloomy and sad when he gets a
letter from his mother, who
writes that she knows he is good,
and that she is so glad that she
doesn't have to worry about "her.
boy" as some mothers do?
That, while "Practice what
you preach" is such an excellent
motto, to preach half of what
you practice would be the height
of folly and would speedily work
your social ruin?
How many times most of these
questions have been put before?
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CAMERA HAS BEEN ADAPTED TO
SURVEYORS' USE BY F ICULTY.
The adaptation of the ordinary ca.n- -
era to surveying is receiving much at
tention at the hands of the faculty o" h
the surveying department. A schema Ii
has been devised whereby cross-hairs d
in the-back of the camera will give th': i,
location of anything the engineer may a
wish to photograph with reference to n
the cross hairs. By next semester, i d
is expected that the innovation will be fo
included in the regular instruction ir e
MzcMX .- e
4 ~'QY CHRs
CHRISTMAS REIN CROSS SEALS.
'ation on Ferry Field this rfternoon will be picked from the above'
for victory for his squad in final game of season.
Sophs to Dance at Country Club.
The Soph engineers will hold their
first dance of the year at the Countr3
Club. on the evening of December 2
The dates for the class dinners, a
announced are: Dec. 7, Jan. 23, Feb
27, Mar. 26 and May 7.
The sale of these stamps begins Mon.
day to aid the fight against Tuber-
culosis in Michigan.
Ferry Field, Saturday, Nov. 25, 2:30 P. M., Admission 25c
in the time between Lincoln and Ann Arbor it will be impossible to receive detailed reports. of the
Michigan Came at Ferry Field. The score by quarters will be received.