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November 26, 1911 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-11-26

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to Rep-


First Year Men End Season in'
Glorious Fashion, Defeat-
ing Aggies

Feared That Many Sent
May not Try t


i Bates and Judge Murfin
Feature Occasion With

Conservatism and inability to I
responsibility for the accompl
of a change of conditions, may
almost unanimous student a


,n Henry M. Bates of the law de-
ent and Judge James O. Murfin,
, of Detroit, have been ad-



o the list of speakers to en-,
the guests of the Michigan
at the annual smoker in honor
football team in Waterman and
ar gymnasiums Tuesday evening,

The work of Michigan's speedy backs
coupled with the inability of the Lan-
sing players to handle Hadden's run-
ning punts properly, proved the undo-
ing of the M. A. C. youngsters on Ferry
field yesterday afternoon, and the
Michigan "babes" won the victory by
an 18 to 0 score. The game was play-
ed on a slippery gridiron and on this
account was not as fast as it might
have been.



is well known to the
as one of the strongest
rters of the Michigan Un-
its inception has been
est friends. His subject
ew Michigan Union Club-
uring his talk, slides of
building will be thrown

. Going into the game with an
red leg sustained in practice, the
ter Menominee player starred both
isively and on the defense, and
Bushnell and Hughitt helping
out, the freshmen apparently had
trouble in trimming the upstate


tackle, suffered a
and also had to


r the be devoted to an expianation o fthe The first touchdown made by the
artic- plans for the million dollar campaign AlU-Fresh came in the first quarter to-
ebate. which is to be inaugurated among the ward the end of the period. The Mich-
, and alumni. A short history of the Union igan lads forced the M. A. C. players
rs of and its present purposes and signifi- back to the five yard line, and when
y de- cance to the student body will also DePrate, the Lansing fullback, fumbled
recht be brought out. a pass for a punt, the freshmen re-
cago Judge James Murfin of Detroit has covered the ball. Bushnell took it over
n. B. appeared many times before the stu- on a quarter back buck for two yards.
men dent body and has a reputation as an In the second and third periods nei-
f the orator of no mean qualifications. He ther team was able to score, though
year. is well in touch with the athletic sit- the play was by turns-in both Michigan
uation and his talk will probably be .and M. A. C. territory and the ball
:ants., along this line. '°I changed hands a great many times.
ster- A telegram was sent last night invit- It was in the final period that the All-
had ing Judge Thonn9on of Canandaigua, Fresh scored the remaining two touch-
Hall N. Y., who was one of the principal downs. A recovered kick which brought
vould speakers of the Michigan alumni ban- the ball within the ten yard zone, gave
ctice. quet in New York City last February. the Michigan players their opportuni-
M. A. ..o reply has been received as yet but ty and Hughitt took the leather across
it is probable that the invitation will the chalk mark on'a fake forward pass
be accepted. formation. A forward pass from Hug-
lags. Tickets for the smoker have been hitt to Collette in mid-field gave the
y the placed in the hands of a large number star half possession of the ball, and
who of students by Thomas Doyle and an eluding the would-be tacklers he ran
sses- unusually large sale has been report- some 40 yards for the final score. Bush-
y be ed, nell kicked all three goals.
them . The M. A. C. team excelled the fresh-
the Alumnus Dies in South-Land. men in variety of plays and their of-
indly Word has been received of the death fensive strength was about equal to
nick, of Seward Cramer, '87 E, '91 L, in that of Michigan's, but on the defense
Tampa, Fla., Thursday morning. Mr. the visitors were sadly at fault. Michi-
Cramer was formerly a newspaper man gan's offense was excellent but the de-
in this city and was prominent in uni- fense was not up to the standard. The
INE. versity activities while in college. , freshmen always took a brace when
-For -their goal was in danger, however, and
me-Frsmanaged to pull out of the fire.
men First Year Lilts Siving tlut at Union' Fumbling by the M. A. C. team
nsas Fresh lits will open their social helped the Michigan youngsters not a
dent season for the year with a smoker at hle h ihgnyugtr o ~
also the Union tomorrow evening at 8 little, especially on passes for punts.
casochlno Terw be"smokesg re- The Lansing lads also had trouble in
ocia- o'clock. There will be "smokes," re- handling Hadden's low running kicks
the freshments and music, which, too, helped Michigan. The slip-
pline pery condition of the field served as a
eln- 3lolman's Condition Improved. handicap to both teams and several
s by Arthur Moehlman who is convalesc- times the men failed to get away be-
ing from an operation for appendicitis, cause they could not keep their feet. 1
is reported as doing well. He will be The game was marked by two inju-
ws unable to return to class work until ries, neither of them serious. R. G.1
wat- after the holidays, however. Smith, starting at full for Michigan,
ane- .

Merritt,Barthel.... L.G. .
Traphagen........ C. ....
Cole...............R.G. ..
Musser............ R.T.
Nichols ............ R.E. ..
Bushnell,Hughitt.. Q. ....
Collette,Bushnell... L.H. ..
R.Smith, J.Smith...
Collette......... F.B. ...
Lyons .............R.H. ...


Prof. W. H. Hobbs' i
quakes," .published in
translated into Russia
The Russian translati
during 1912, but no ex
determined for the ap

n's Assc
)lete r

To Lecture to H'
Dean W. B. Hinsd
fifth of his series c
tomorrow evening a
college. The subjE
Fevers: Eruptive,
pholds, 'Miasmatic,'

'Fre t esawori mre
a in northern Michigan
fected with "broad" t
:ording to Dr. A. S. War
hological department."
ne that attracts moret
'est;" stated Dr. War
se fish fujnish food f
of country. A genera
the fish in home wa
.ly be kept from sprea
lies, thus greatly increa


or a
1 in-

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. E.b tcrian burcb
C. E. Thanksgiving Service

Soph Lits Hold Initial Dinner
R. H. Plaisance will represt
faculty at the first of the series
lit dinners to be held at the
December 4. Owen Winters y
spond to a toast, while "Bill" I
and Waldo Fellows will furnish
vocal and instrumental. Ticke
be obtained from the social con

6:30 P. M.


Special Musical Service at 1:30

> know something about the life and work of the people .in different Ian
Prown skinned cousins? If so, come to Newberry Hall tonight at 6;30
Michigan graduate, who has travelled extensively and is fitted to dic

JRREY, Mich.


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