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Michigan

A Reliable Directory of
Reliable Busines

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBET 27, 1911.

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VANDERBILT PLAYERS WILL
PROBABLY USE YIELD HOUSE.
Lockers are in Place and the Showers
are Ready.

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Is In all probability the new Michigan'
field house will be opened to accommo-
date the Vanderbilt team "which ar-
rives in the morning," said Director
Bartelme last evening. "We have not
Scrim- definitely decided but as the lockers are.
Tirn in in place and the showers ready for
use it is probable that the Vanderbilt
gh Long players will be quartered on Ferry
field."
While the field house is far enough
L WEAK. completed to warrant its use by the
Vanderbilt team the Michigan players
n Lineup will not take advantage of the fact. If
a the Vanderbilt team is quartered in.
the field house, the formal opening,
will be postponed until a later date
yesterday when the club house is nearer com-
Scontrarypletion according to Director Bartel-
cont'arme.

S IS STILI
Changes i
es Varsity

TAFT DOESN'T LIKE "RAI-RAHS."
President Displeased with Student
Cheering at Minnesota.
(Special to The Michigan Daily.)
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., Oct. 26.-
Pres. Taft criticised the "Rah Rah"
ieception given him at the University'
of Minnesota yesterday.
"I suppose that it is necessary to
keep up those barbaric yells," said the
president, and that it is necessary for
the leaders to go through the con-
tortions we have just witnessed in or-
der to evoke the real college sprit.
They were not necessary thirty or for-
ty years ago, when we got along with
a good deal more graceful hurrah."
President Taft declared that it was
well that most of the university men
face the world without money.
"After you have been out of college
twenty-five years,'' said he, "look back
and pick out a single man who has
made a real success who has had
money enough to live on."
EXPECT "PEPPERY"
MEETING TONIGHT
Rooters Will Gather to Get up
Enthusiasm for Vander-
bilt Game,

BOARD DENIES SOPH PROTEST.
Contested Gridiron Victory is Award-
ed to Junior, Lits.
The Athletic Board yesterday, quash-
ed the two protests, filed by the sopho-
more lit football team. as a result of
Mpnday's. game with the junior lits,
in which the score was 5 to 0 in. favor
of the juniors.. The first protest call-
ed into question the referee's decis-
ion, which gave the juniors a .touch-
down as to whether the ball was dead
at the tine the whistle was blown.
The referee was given a clean slate.
The second petition was against one
of the menbers of the junior squad,
whom, it was claimed, was a senior,
as he had 85 hours credit, The board
ruled that according to the custom
which has always been followed, a
player is eligible to "play in the class
he enters college with. The player,
in question, entered with the class of
1913, but since that ti ie has secured
extra' credit in summer school.
WILL NOT PLAY
STUDENT DRAMA.
Comedy Club Fails to Find
Suitable Book Written by
Local Author,

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"If we don't beat Michigan
we will not grieve over it-we
will congratulate you," said
Prof. William L. Dudley. of Van-
derbilt University who lectured
before Phi Lambda Upsilon last
evening.
"We are confident of giving
you fellows a hard battle. The
team is in the best of condition,
and the few rooters who will ac-
company it are in the best of hu-
mor. No one will cry over the
result,"

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e with the logOPERA PARTICIPANTS TO
vas in at right BEGIN REAL WORK TONIGHT.
the right ends BertSt. John, director of "An
elbow is far Awakened Rameses" will arrive in
nzlein hopes to Ann Arbor this afternoon and will
b.it game Sat- take charge of the 1911 Opera until it
-ack, however, has made its debut. Only a little over
rightwtackle. a month now remains until the opera
the plays with is staged and the arrival of Director
d but there is St. John marks the start of a grind for
The numerous all the participants.
,ve of course There will be reading tryouts for
rtain extent. the speaking parts held at the Union
a Puzzle. this evening before Mr. St. John. At
All remains a this time lists for the costumes and
It was seldom scenery will be tentatively made out.
itany success "Rehearsals will begin in earnest
no one to at- tonight," said Chairman Cox yester-
eaves. McMil- day. We are beginning earlier than{
e doing Mthe ever before, and our material so far is
'at the tenden-. excellent. All points to a most suc-
is one of the cessful, production."
in making the There are some eligibility cards still
have to be a out -which should be obtained from
a this depart- Professor Strauss and, turned in at
ichiganisg the Union.
,se of the many -______
s invented for Diphtheria Patient is Improving.
Mr. Aubrey Tealdi, quarantined last
igh the lineup Monday with diphtheria has improved'
Commodores so rapidly that he sat up for the first
Wells or Wen- time yesterday. It is the opinion of
ontius or Rob- the attending physicians that he will
Garrels or Al- be out the latter part of the week.
terspn center; Mrs. Demmon, wife of Prof. Dem-
ig and. Carpel, mon, who was quarantined with Mr.
11. Tealdi has as yet shown no symptoms
rill arrive this of the disease.

COACH "DAN" McGUGIN TO SPEAK.J MAY PRODUCE "TOM PINCH."

The second mass meeting of the
football season will be .held this ev-
ening at 7 o'clock in University hall,
A. record crowd is expected and ar-
rangements have. been made for spirit-
ed speeches, yells and songs, as well
as for music by the band..
Coach "Dan" McGugin, of the Van-
derbilt team, and Prof. Morris P. Tilt-
ley, of the English department, are
the speakers for the evening The
yells will be led by the. men who con-
ducted the rooting at last Saturday's
game. Woodbridge Metcalf will di-
rect the singing, and the varsity band
will dispense the music. "Lyndy" will
also be among those present. Seats
will be reserved for both the Vander-
bilt and Michigan teams.
Admission to the rally will be by
ticket only. The required pasteboards'
may be obtained at the Athletic Associ-
ation office today,.
LOSS OF TWO PLAYERS WILL
WEAKEN NEBRASKA LINEUP.
LINCOLN, NEB., Oct. 26.-Two of
Nebraska's veteran players have turn-
ed in their football suits and signified
their intention of quitting the gridiron
game. Hornberger, veteran ,center,
and Pearson regular right guard have
both abandoned football, the former'
because his playing hastened the
death of his grandmother through wor-
ry and the latter on account of the
press ofcollege work. Both quit the
game after the Minnesota contest.
Their departure will weaken the team,
which will meet Michigan Nov. 25.

The Comedy club has voted out stu-
dent plays and it is probable that
"Tom Pinch," adapted from Dicken's
"Martin Chuzzlewit," will be produced.
Five plays were submitted by student'
authors to the committee but thorough
perusal ruled them out, in spite of the
fact that some of them were very
good in the eyes of the judges.
One of the 'reasons why "Tom Pinch"
is favorable is that this year commem-
orates the centennial. of the birth of
Charles Dickens.
Tryouts for this year's play will be
given in the near .future at a date yet
to be set..
The play will be given at an earlier
date this year than last. As in other
years two performances will be given,
one in January and thet other at the
time of the Junior Hop.
An espepial opportunity is open this
year for those who are gifted-with
dramatic ability. With the loss of
a probable shortage of leat parts,
this year many will be given a chance
to secure good roles.
Barbour Gym Classes to Start.,. ..
Gymnasium classes for women will
start next Monday in Barbour gymna-
sium. The course is required for
freshmen and others may make special
arrangements for taking the work. The
first year students will report at 2, 3;,
4 or 5 o'clock Monday afternoon for
enrollment. It is required that the
students have locker tickets which
can be secured at the university treas-
urer's office on payment of the fee.

CLASSES IN CHEERING TO
BE HELD AT S. C. A. PARTY.
The guests at the annual reception
to be given by the S. C. A. this even-
ing at Newberry Hall will be divided
into cheering sections .representing
Vanderbilt, Syracuse, Cornell and 0.
S. U. Universities. Each section will
be led by a member of the faculty who
is a graduate of these universities.
The entertainment will be followed
by refreshments.
While special invitations have been
issued only to the freshman, the re-
ception is open to all students. It will
begin at 8'"o'clock.
NEWS FROM OTHER COLLEGES
MAY 'COME BY WIRELESS.
There is a possibility of the univer-
sity ,wireless station being utilized as
a medium for the reception and dis-
tribution of news with surrounding
universities who are equipped with
similar stations. jA new :epoch will
be started in college journalism, if
this plan is put into. effect, and the
Michigan Daily will 'be enabled to
print 'the latest news' of the college
world.
Experiments are being conducted
with the Fleming wireless cynometer
recently added to the wireless equip-
ment of' the electrical engineering de-
partment of the university, under the
supervision) of Prof. R. D. Parker.
Tests show that the apl::Dxicte
length of the waves sent by the wire-
less outfit is 530 meters.
PWIAgQPHICAL SOCIETY
ELECTS NEW E2L3EPS
AL a t rezin of th2 A::olytos, th.
honorary philosoi hical society, Tues-
day evening, the following men v.ere
eleced to the society: Karl Mohr, Har-
old Devree, Ed. Kemp, R. K. McAlpine,
Kenneth,Osborne, H. M. Winter, Ar-
nold W. HOuser, Louis. Stern, A. G.'
Eiickson, D. C. Crisrore, TI. E. Wil-
liams and L. R. Batterson.
Craftsmen to Hold Smoker.
The initial smoker and reception of
the Craftsmen will be held in the Ma-
sonic temple tomorrow evening. There
will be sevei-al short talks given to
the members and their friends. The
meeting is open to all student Masons.

Regents Give Committee
to Award Contrac
Building New Structur
Causes Some Dday,
TRANSACT MUCH NEW BUt
Board Discusses Variety of Q
Concerning University
Welfare.
Another step toward the fi:
ization of the Auditorium pl
taken yesterday when the I
Regents authorized the fina
building committees to cons
bids which have been recei
to determine upon the cont
The university officers were
power to make the proper c
with the bidders whose offers
cepted.
These proceedings are, b
subject to any delay which ma
tailed by the transfer of the
sary real estate. No -matt
prompt the fianace committee
in making its selection the :
of the undertaking now'also
upon the condemnation pro
which have 'been instituted
some of the property adjoin
site.
Similar action was taken in,
ter of a heating plant,-the fina
building committees also being
ized to act upon the bids
building..
Professors Kelsey and Lore
scheme of architecture befo
board towards which' the un
might work in providing fo
buildings and which would
harmonize the general appeai
the campus.
The Board adopted the repor
committee on the proposed t
ty' ex>cnsion teahg. Accord
aGout three huw'dr:d lcztur's
given during the coming. year
erent parts of th statc. .P
hutchins and the deans of th
eat derartments will constitute
mittee to choose the lecturers
jects.
Acknowledgment was made
gifts by Detroiters to the r
Residence Hall Fund.
Report was made that . th
White Lead and Coor Vlcrks
troit, has offered to provide
the establishment of a fellow
the purpose of studying how
concrete and stucco from' dis:
ing. T,h'e fellowship will i
this year,

f the
ciety,
Pro-
mem-

"Joe" Horner Back In Ann Arbor.
Joseph Honer, '11, last year's track
captain who broke the intercollegiate
record for shot put at the Eastern
meet last spring, spentapart of yester-
day in Ann Arbor on business. He is
engaged in selling stock for the new
English Rees Roturbo rotary pump,'
and came back to Ann Arbor from his
present quarters in Manistee, Michi-
gan! to have the authorities here test
and pass upon the invention.
Homeop Faculty Dines Tonight.
The Homeopathic faculty will hold
the first of the series of five smokers
at 7:30 this evening at the Michigan
Union. Regent Beal, Dean Hinsdale,
and Messrs. Pillsbury, Henry, and
King will speak. Dr. W. Meyers will
act as toastmaster.

.etcher act-
lowing jun-
nto the so-
a Paddock,
Williamson,
'son, Frank
Hoagg and

Fresh man fl ARGfLCVI
Number....
Comes out Tomorrow

of the engineer-
go to Detroit to-
> tests of the large
is being installed
rater works.

Prof. Reeves to Speak at Alpha Nu.
Prof. Reeves of the economics de-
partment will address the Alpha Nu
society at its reguldr meeting tomor-
row night.

Aeronauts Elect President.
0. R. Blumberg was elected presi-
dent of the Aeronautical Society at the
initial meeting of the' club last night..
He will fill the vacancy left by Holler
who did not return this year to college.
Amendments to the constitution made
the initiation of the society $1.00 for
this .year.

Anton A. Schlicte was
first holder of the Carl Sc
fellowship in tanning. Thy
Gas Association's junior s
of $300 'was divided equall
two holders, Louis C. Nodel
water, and Dale L. Chaml
Ann Arbor.
Instructors Appoint
The following instructo
pointments were announc(
Rathke, in French and Spa
engineering department, tt
place of Prof. Bird; Abrlif
in descriptive gedmetry, S
(Continued' on hake

tudent Lecture Association has procured a better program this year than it has had in sev(
past. The series of Lectures and Entertainments.that will be presented are all high class.
et more for $2.50 in a S. L. A. ticket than you can from any other organization on the Cami
t ticket today. Only $2.50 for 9 numbers with free reservati

Reservation Tomorrow

Burns Monday

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