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ANARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1911.

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OKERSALL PICKS
ALL-WESTERN MEN,
ichigan Represented on First
Eleven by Conklin, Wells
and I horn pson1

S ELECTS ANOTHER REFERENDU

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ALL-WESTERN TEAM
Detroit News Places Conklin
and Wells Only on Chosen
Eleven.
~IIIEE(YHES ECiV M4T0N

the musical K
about th
journey, in- fg

(The D)aily assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in common-
Iications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:~-
There is nothing I can think of that
I should enjoy more than to be one of
~the first half-dozen signers to a petition
like the following:
WE, THE UNESGE MEM-
1RR OF THE UNIVERSTY OF~
MICHIGAN, RESPECTFULLY PE-
TITION THE STUDENT COYUNCIL
TO PROVIDE MANS WEREB
A CAMPUS REFERENDUM MAY
BE HAD UPON IMPORTAN4T UNI-
VERSITY QUESTIONS.
} CARL E. PA1,RY.

Member of F~aculty Would Like t 1dncVt l p~n

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Held F
Of Set

ethe names

.,M. Gage (lead-
H. E. Hoover, R.
ss, I. E. Lattinmer;
*T. Short, R. H.
.-M. Daronl; Gui-
G. Leitch, J. B.
J. McFarland, A,
-E. C. Kanzler;
to-J. P. Hanna;.'
onnol ly ; Traps-j

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Hoelle, Wisconsin ......... L. E.
Conklin, AMichigan (Capt.) . .L.T.
Shonka, Nebraska .......L.G.
-Morrell, Minniesota......... C.
Scruby, Chicago.......... R.G.
Rademacher, Chicago..... R.T.
Wells, Michigan......... R.E.
Mboll;, ,Wisconsin............Q.
Rosenwald, AMinnesota,...L.H.
Thomson, Michigan........ F.B.
Sair, Chicago ........... R.H.

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L.......Conklin, Michigan
L,.T. ....... Shonka, Nebraska,
LG...........Belting, Illinois
C........... Morrell, Minnesota
R.G............O'Brien, Iowa.
R.T..........Frank,, Minnesota
R.E......... Hoefle, Wisconsin
. ......Moll, Wisconsin
L.H,. Rosenwald, Minnesota
F.B........... Scruby, Chicago
R.H. ........* Wels, *chig *

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CPCACGO, ILL., Dec. 2.-Walter
1 7t'ersall, Chicago's recognized foot-
ball critic has picked an All-Western
football team on which he places three
iichigan mnen. Conklin is doubly hon-
ored by being made captai~n and given
a place at left tackle. Wells is sta-
,tioned at, righ~t end onI~ ckersall's team
':w-hile Thomson is selected, for the full-
back position. Three Michigan play-
ers also dra- places on Eckersall's
second eleven. Pontius, is given the
right end position, Mc-illan the choice
for field ;gener'al andl Craig the call for
left half back.
The second teamp which Eckersall
selected is as follows; L. E., Chappell,
Ames ; L. T., Frank, Minnesota; L~. G.
H~anley, Marquette; C., O'Brien, Iowa;
It. G., Branstad, Wisconsin; R. T.,
Buser, Wisconsin (Capt.) ; R. E. Pon-
tins, Michigan; Q., McMillan, Michi-
gan; L. H ., Craig, Michigan; F. B,
Markle, Wabash; It. H., Frank, Ne-
braska.

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rainng ignturs ad .te sntient WhNile cpip~ciding in some particu-
rUQnb the members of .the pea, seems lars, Eckersall's All-W estern team dif-'
o be tha~t remunerationi or-ackn'wl- fers from thze team selected for the De-
dgemen 1 o f stume nature shouli1t roit N\ews as to the positions allotted-
riv n t .t e stude ts w os i Mtichig~i playe rs. Conklin is given a
sakes a scesu pr. tackle position on Eckersall's team
The ojction sutaine by te man- I while he was chosen for end on the
gemient of the qoprais that te grant- News elev en. Wells drawss an end po-
ng: f cmplientry ickes wuldsition on Eckersall's team but was giv-:
&8~t~ ~ d cmposr, en a halfback position on the team
)thes, hose wok mkes the pro duc- picked for the Detroit paper. The, most
io possble 'oud demand them and 1striking contrast, however, is that Eck-
o .no-ardand fast rule as is now in; ersall considers Thornson as the best
ogue could~ be maintained, The pe- ! bet for the fullback job and has ac-
itio will b~e presented t~o th,1e opea corded im the honor of being the
nmmittee some timie this week andprmefulakothws.
mmediate action wibetaken. .peirfdlak'ftexet
B1i.- 'i.-i Ali ni to4('et ogether.
~ ~. C A WA, ~E~E Q XMS olverine alumni who frequent
i2 IA~T YEN1G. roadway are planning a "get together
g but ~ty'c~~drn ~ ~dinner" to b held at Reisenweber's,
Abot ffty"chlden"of vaaiots 58th Street and 1aghth Avenue, on next
gs atten~ded the Y. M. C.4. Christ- Friday ev'ening. It is expected that
nsparty at Newberry hall last flight. otoil the alumni resident in New
'he youngest was brought by its nurse York City but also those who are lo-
a a go-cart and carried its own re- cated in the vicinity will gather for
rehmnti th. frn9f a bottle. teoccasion.' he announcements of
[ost hoeve, wre 1e o cme n- the affair st~at4 that "the dynamo of
ttended although many 'were hardly gc-d-ifellcowship wvill throw off conl-
,ble to walk. The most precocious of tnossak.
he children were asked to recite vers-i.

The above All-Western football team,
appearing in the Detroit News under
the name of Frank E. Picard, was chos-
en after a conference with Coach Field-
ing H. Yost of the Michigan team. The
fact that more Michigan men were not
placed on the honorary eleven comes
as a surprise to many followers of
the team, but the reasons advanced for
not placing more Wolverine players
seem to justify the critics in select-
ing other~ players for the positions al-
lotted them.
In choosing Conklin and Wells for
the positions of left end and right half-
back iespectively, the work of these
two players not only during this sea-
son but during their whole gridiron
career was taken into consideration.
Conklin and Wells have both shown
experience and judgment which come
only after several years of playing, and
coupled with their recognized ability;
these facts warrant their choice.
Craig, who receives honorable men-
tion as a halfback, was not given a reg-
ular position because of his inexperi-
ence. That Craig is a great -open field
runner is not forgotten but it is con-
sideredl that he has not had enough
seasoning to give him a place on an
All-Western eleven, Then, too, the
fact that Craig is not as proficient in
hitting the line as the halfback chosen
had much to do with his being left
off the regular lineup.
In spite of the fact that "bottles"
Thomson was given only honorable
mention, lie is still regarded as one,
of the greatest fullbacks in the coun-
try.* The Michigan captain-elect play-
ed brilliantly this season and were it
not for the fact that he did not play
his game in the Cornell and Nebraska
contests,'he would certainly have been
given the fullback position. At Cor-
nell Thomson was injured and his
playing was not up to his. usual stand-
ard while the difficulties. under which
he played' the Nebraska game are suf-
ficient to excuse his showing i;n that
contest.
Coach Yost feels that McMillan ofj

special line of activity in the magazine dionetha
room of the general lbrary. Lists of It is pr(
the periodicals in Memorial hall have quent m
been. -posted on.the bulletin lboard of question
the general library and in Memorial A pros
hall. who is
It has not yet been decided whether present
or not the new reading room will, be viewed;
open on, Sunday afternoon. a compri

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Bil nJunior LIts Enjoy Minfature uHOP;, The Y. M
A_"Jay" Hop at Barbour gymnnasum
doubt, b"
yesterday afternoon marked the open-whte
ing of the social year for the Juniobr whyother
sits. Hop music, hop costumes and any othe
a grand march featured the event. A its partii
hundred and fifty memibe-rs of the class! to confui
attended. +,, ~r,1

1VINO0RIL HALL TOQ1BE KEPT
IBeginning tomorrow the reading
room in Memorial hall will be kept
open during the same hours as the!
general library, from 9 a. mn. till 10
'p. mn., instead of but three hours in
the morning and three in the after-
noon. Mr. Mattison~ will remain in
charge, but will probably have student
assistans. Thirty-four of- the more
popular magazines and twenty-one
newspapers are kept on file there, leav-
ing theK periodicals dealig withi somie

'I nite wa

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Former Student Opens Stump Career.
Pee ilrwl drs almeeting at D~exter, Dec. 6 on "Modern
Political Tendencies." C. W. Tubbs,
former member of the legislature from
this district, will preside.

its
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F~ormer lnstrnetor fnes to Idalho. ,id. an
Mr. C. E. Temple, an instructor in Gooed Mtracki
botany here last year, has been ap- storm of Frid
pointed to 'the chair in that science Mciau'
at 'the University of Idaho. l-afrl al

Opera Posters are Selling Fast.
Big inroads were made in the sup-
ply of opera poster~s yesterday and it
looks as if they will~ be sold out early.
Thiey are being handled at the State
street stores and the Union.
Shakespearean Class to Present Play.
Professor Trueblood's class in
Shksera reading will present
"The School for Scandal" in Sarah
Caswell. Angell Hall tomorrow evening'
at 8- o'clock. Admission will be free.

return in the ever
braves failed to gel
cabbage field deni
Hanavan, Cox, andi
ly successful, eacht
to a score.
To 'talk on Uolorec
WilliamA. Hunt

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.orium~ es for the amusement of the rest, Moth-:;,-
a, res- er Goose being especially popuilar. SAn-
ulings ta Claus appeared later i-n the evening
.e con- and distributed the toys which were
tating collected at the door. These consisted
voted; of balls, dols, a'nd various musical in-
struments. The toys w ere left at the
pressI building~an- wllbeditributed anin
made; the poor of Ann Arbor at~ Christmas
- timne. Stu

Vres-bxterti
PREACHING SERI
AND 7:3
Pastor, Rear. Leo
Adent Bible Class, 12:10 Al.

the Michigan team. is all-in-all about ALUMNUSjJJ TAKES POSITION
the classiest,.quarterback who played OiNLADIES HIONE JOUR~iAi.1
(Continued on. Page 4.) Kr .H~innasu
Kar E.Harima, astuen~t at Mich~-
igan back in~ the nxineties and son .of
( bur b Judge Harriman, has resigned his po-
sition with the Red Book Publishing
VICE 1030 company, of Chicago, and in January
VI E wi0:30cA.mence his duties as associate
O editor with Mr. Bok, of the Ladies'
IV VI.Home Journal. For the past few years
nard A. Barrett Mir. Harriman has been the editor of
the "Green Book," the "Red Book," and
Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P.M. I 'the "B~lue B~ook."

A. secretary of his rac
Newbery Hal this
- 'l c 3 " i o ohis c'J :Itlties :n the
the country." Mr. Hi
elled extensively in t'h
attended every 'studen
the country.
Daily Alen Gather
For the first time thi
of the Daily staff dinE
the Michigan Union la:
members of the boa]
student publications, P
SCaptain Sealby, wereX

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'W1111 mA.mHunton'ow
Fist V. M. C. A. Secretary of, his .Race, will speak to men on nw
'"The Black World " -

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