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October 29, 1911 - Image 1

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forwards as a whole. Quinn played All
one of the star gamesuofinthe ayHe ALL-FRESH
broke through and spoiled many a n
play and but for the offside of an- L SESI
other would in all -probabmlty have
saved Michigai fron being"forced to
submit to the crossing of her goal Luck Breaks witi
Craig Fills Stellar Role. 1Openig
Craig playeda. stellar game at half. Score
It i& getting to be a 'egular thing for
the little sprinter toip off a startler. KELLAU FRACTUR
aut when he intercepted a forwad --
Nass in the last two minutes of play (Speciaf to The 1M
ind raced eighty yards till nailed on ADRIAN, MICH., {
he 9 yard line, hefied'hidts"f in the on the second scrini
'ans' esteem. He saved the day for a hasty: pick-up by
Michigan when he sprinted from be- yard run down a,
hind and caught Sikes Wio-l hedbroken [touch-down, and the
through, blocked Conklin's .placement men were as good a
try, and picked it up with a clear field the Adrian college t
for the Michigan goal. The little De- The freshmen ha
troiter was playing all of- thQ time fumble, and after
and his tackling was one of the bright scrimmage, had. star
spots in the defense. when the ball slipp
Thomson stands as a performer of hands and rolled to
equal brilliancy. He alternated with mass. Reule grabbe
Wells in the march down the field for had no' trouble in r
a touchdown and he was always in the center of -the fieldt
flay on defense in his position at de- After this lucky brea
'ensive end. His tackling was good team from Ann Art
ind the interferencetthat'he'furnished chance to win, though
he runner helped materiallyi 'h the perately for a scQre.
;howing that, others made in advanc- Reule, in the first Vu
ng the ball for spectacular gains. ond touchdown anda
Wells was a power on offense but he half nade the score 1
was evidently bothered by his injuries favor.
)f last.week. His arm is-in bad shape A blow that hurt th
ind it interfered with..his, tackling, It worse than the loss,
was only because it w'as-realized that the injury to Kellar,
Nlichigan's whole strength would be toiLtentral.star, w
needed that he was called upon andleghrokei when car
'ais showing was commendabl&e . play. Both b


* * *

* * * * * .

hA State College Under Auspices of S. L. A. Well-
of Contest known Sleuth Will Give
15-0 Professional Talk -*


I was well satisfied with the
showing that my team made, al-
though I would like to have had
that other point. The Michigan
material looks better than it has

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ichigan Daily.),
Oct. 28.-A fumble
image of the game;
Reule, and a 55-
clear field for a
e U. of M. fresh-
s beaten today by
d just received a
an unsuccessful
ted another play,
ed from. Hughitt's
the side of the
d the leather and
running from the
to a touch-down.
ak for Adrian, the
bor had no real
h they fou'ght des-
A. place-kick by
uarter, and a see-
a goal in the last
5 to 0 in Adrian's
e University boys
of the game- was
the former De-
who- had his left
rying the ball on
bones of the leg

SPECIALIST KNOWS HIS FACTS. * for some years and it made a*
good showing, but Michigan is*
William J. Burns, the great detect- * weak in the defense, and espe-
ive, will open the Students' Lecture * cially in the forward pass.
association program for this * All the men are enthusiastic
year tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. * over the treatment that they *
Mr. Burn's s'ubject will be "Citizen- * have received here, which you *
ship and Municipal Graft," and au * know, happens to be an old sto- *
account of his wide experience along rY.
this line, his address should prove es-
pecially interesting. *Yost- *
Mr. Burns is the president of one oi * We were lucky to get away *
the largest detective associations in * with a victory. We made lots *
the country, which bears his name, * of mistakes and I am glad that *
and over eleven thousand banks * this game is out of the way. *
throughout the country are protected *
by his association. He has been act ** * * * * *
ive in detective work during the great-
er part of his life, and is regarded as a SUNDAYS AND GAME DAYS TO
pleasing speaker. BE-"LADIES' DAYS" AT UNION
Reservations to .holders of , course
tickets can be secured throughout the
week from 4 to 5 o'clock in the asso- Hereafter Sundays and football days
ciatioh's office in University hall. Ad- will be known as "Ladies' Days" at
mission to single lectures will be fifty the Michigan Union. "Ike" Fischer
cents. with a six piece orchestra, will fur-.
nish music for the evening dinners
The first of the special dinners will be
ABBOTT HOME MUCH DAMAGED served this afternoon, 1 to 3, and to
BY CHIMNEY FIRE YESTERDAY* night from 6 to 8. Reservations for
single or double tables may be made
A fire yesterday ,xfternoon wrought by telephone, or by person, at the Un
damage to the extent of $1,000 at the ion. Seventy-five cents per plate wil'
home of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Abbott, be charged. The following is the me-
924 Oakland Ave. Starting in a de- nu which will be offered today:


Senior Class of Boiler-ma
Features an.Unusuallyv(
Campaign by Pushing N
inees to Close Finish.
Unlike Election of Year Ago S
Lits' President Runs on
Lone Ticket.


With the exception of the senio
;ineer contest little excitement

were fiactured just above the ankle.
:he injured player was taken to the
3i'by hospital where his leg was set
and put in a cast. Kellar was taken
back to Ann Arbor by his team-mates
and will be cared for at the University
hospital. Smith was also injured so
that he had to be taken from the game.
The.:lineup was as follows:
*Adrian (15) Position Freshmen (0)
Ayer..........L.E. ....Had den
Reeves:..... L.T. ..... Rainsford
Webste.....:. ...L.G... . Merrett
' eeni...........C. ........Paisley
Smith... ..... ....R.G. ....... .Cole
Stump, Stevens . R.T. .:.......Musser
James.........R.E..t. ... Nichol.
I Marshall.......Q. . . Hughitt, Kel--
lar, Bushnell
Nicholls, Stump. ..L.H. .Collette (Capt)
Reule....... R.H. ... Bushnell,
Maulbeautch.... F.B. . Smith, Tan-
Time of quarters, 15, 10, 15, 10.
Touchdowns, RAeule, Stump. Goals
from touchdown, Reule 2. Field goal,
Reule. Referee,. Cornwall, Syracuse.
Umpire, Smith, Michigan. Field judge,
Ferguson, Chicago. Linesman, Gray;


factive flue in the basement, it burned
the chimney flue, through three floors
on the side of the house, and attain-
ed the parlor and basement. Furni-
ture and woodwork in the parts reach-
ed were utterly destroyed, but the
damage is covered by insurance.
Abbott and his wife have only been
married two months and had just set-
tled recently in their new home. ''Wal-
do Abbott is a student in the univer-
sity and is well known in student cir-

Canape de Fole Gras..
Consomme Marie Antoinette.
Pearl Celery. Queen Olives
Fillet of Halibut, Morney en Bordure
Roast Young Goose, Apple Dressin' .
Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Natural
Potatoes Berrichonne. Kidney Bean,,
Sweet Potatoes, Georgia.
Salad Mexicania.
French Pancake with Jelly.
Chocolate Ice Cream and Cake.
Demi Tasse.

comparatively mediocre interest cl
acterized yesterday's class electic
Whatever the cause of the appar
apathy, much was undoubtedly due
the lack of competition for many
the important offices.
The senior engineer election, how
er made up for this deficiency by p
viding a genuine campaign fight wh.
rsulted in an election requiring s
-ral recounts before the success
candidates could be announced w
sertainty. The mechani .a and .
'rical factions joined hands aa
(he "staud-pat" ci.ils, the resuit ei
a decisive victory for the "insur,eni
who captured every office but one.
A. O. Bonisteel was the final choi
if the senior law class for presie:
Jefeating R. H. Fryberaer by a co:
Zortable majority. G. R. Madison w
Alected track manager. Both Lon.
teel and Madison were chosen u.,.,
.he new election system ado lt
he '12 laws.
Contrasted with thy;_:i
:;r the presidenc y a a
.r it class, was tii uioj.i ,.
on of Vernor S. A. oa a
tue '12' ts. Co ian i
,ors which had been adca -
lison's nomination, no n 'r
andidate entered the field.
Following are the cmp c.
tion results by classes:
Senior lits: president, Werner
Allison; vice-president, Lila Tu t b
secretary, Irene McFadden " trea;,iur'. eHuhsotal zaac .
(J-ace H-ughes' Tootbali manager, ~
Wood; baseball manager,Eiory Stea
man; girls' basketball mnanager, A
Caldwell; boys' basketball man.
Charles J. Koehler; track Lai.
Herbert Watkins; oratorical deiegai
E. G. Kemp.
Junior lits: president, Rolfe C. Spi
ring; vice-president, Norma DeGuis
treasurer, Carl Schoeffel; secretar
Esther Collins; oratorical delegat
Karl Mohr; girls' basketball manage
Mildred Orr; boys' basketball man
ger, Howard D. Ford; football man.
ger, J. Selig Yellen; baseball manae
William Nicholson; track manage
Henry Spring.
Soph lits: president, G. L. Woo
folk; vice-president, Margaret Iring
secretary, Mary True; treasurer, Jo
eph Welsh; track manager, Lest(
Rosenbaum; baseball manager, L. I
Cline; girls' basketball manager, Etl
el Smurthwaite;, boys' basketball marn
agter, George Carron.
Fresh lits: president, Erwin J. Rol
er; vice-president, Mary Lewis;sse(
retary, Marion Williamson; treasure
Ralph Cunningham'; track manage
Ralph Kuhen; girls' basketball mar
(Continued on Page 4.).

Third Year Bridge Builders
Protest on Sophs'


gutting the ball close to. the goal. The GEORGE M. HUNTER.
isiting' forward wall was invincible
so Bogle was called upon again, and Adelplhi Quarters are Redecorated.
fgain failed; . the Adelphi room in University
Vanderbilt Counts - First. hall is being redecorated, so the reg-
Craig cut loose one of his spectac- -ular meeting of the society was not
alar dashes soon after the second half . held last evening. An appropriation
started, but his forty yard gain went of one- hundreddollars was made last
ar -naught and when the visitors se- year by the regents for this work,
ured the ball they startedtoward the but it was not until- lately that the
liehigan -goal. The Wolverine backs fund was made accessible.
failed to get -under' one:of MVcorrison's
munts and a Yellow Jacket smothered
the pigskin close to Michigan's last ;. 11 ct r
chalk mark. Aspair of neat forward
passes netted small gains but the
Southern backs could not negotiate 030 A. M. Worship. Sermon-T
e last fifteen yards and Curin, Van- -The Touc
der bilt's "pinch hitter," was.- called in
to exercise his toe. He performed his :30 MUSICAL SERVICE
'(Continued on page 4. Communion Service Nex


Two inter-class games were staged
on the South Ferry Field gridirons Sorority Loss overed by Insurance.
Saturday morning. The game which The damages resulting from the fire
attracted the most interest was that
wihoccurred at the Kappa Alpha.
between the senior and junior laws, cTheta sorority house, early yester-.
who battled to a 0 to 0 tie on Tuesday, day morning have not yet been esti-
in which the juniors were victorious mated. Most of the damage was-due
by a score of 16 too. The second game.d
to smoke and water but considerable
between the junior and sophomore en- was caused by fire- in the walls and
gineers resulted in a 5 to 5 tie, but' in the basement where the fire orig-
the game was protested by the juniors m ated. All of the loss is covered by
on the grounds that Sibell, the soph insurance.
half back who made the touchdown, The entire second floor of the Delta
was downed before crossing the goal Upsilon house was vacated to accom-
odate the members of the sorority
A meeting of the 'athletic 'com- for the rest of themorning.
mittee to decide the protest will prob- r the restof the __rning-
(Continued on page 3) n -+ tTUdnn


an CZburc:b
h eirte
h of Faith

pmeu s tUquet a unon.
The homeopathic faculty held their
annual banquet and reception to the
students of that department, Friday
night at the Union. Prof. D. W., My-
ers presided as toastmaster, and the
Sspeakers of the evening were, Regent
J. E. Beal, Dean W. B. Hinsdale, Curtis
D. Pillsbury, '14, C. B. Stouffer, '13,
Lucas S. Henry, '12, and T. E. Yeo-
mans, '10.

t Sunday, November 5th

-. -^ ,:-_-

- will speak to men on
"The Present Day Value of the Christian Religion
to the Unquestionably Moral Man"

Sunday, Oct. 29



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