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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1913.
ON TO CORN ELL.
On Saturday, Michigan's team leav-
es for the east. But a handful of us
will be able to accompany the team, to
help them fight the enemy.
The band will be needed. Michigan
now has a worthy band and a band to
bo proud of.
Those of us who cannot go east at
least can do the next best thing by
sending the band.
Are you going to be represented on
the band trip?
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THE BLOCK "M"
When you get your seats for the
Penn ga me, remember that the stu-
dents must stay on the south side if
Michigan is to reproduce the block
"M" that has, made her famous and
also if she is to present a erspectable
Get together in a compact mass in
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share in striking terror into the hearts
of Michigan's foes.
C AMPIS IN BRIEF.
-Y. Ml. C. A. meetings, formerly held
Tuesday afternoons .in Newberry hall,
w~ill hereafter be held at 4:30 o'clocn
Sundays at the same place. Today
Prof. Robert M. Wenley will deliver
an address on "Faith and Love."
--The Menorah society will meet in
Newberry hall this evening at .7:30
o'clock. Professor I. L. Sharfman, of
the economics department will address
the society. All are cordially invited
-The meeting of the educational club
which was advertised for tomorrow
night at 7:00 o'clock has been post-
poned until Tuesday night on account
of the openig number of the Choral
The Football number of the Gar-
g;oyle will be out November 15. All
copy should be in the hands of the
editor by tomorrow.
Glee club rehearsal Monday night
at 7:15 o'clock, Adelphi rooms, Upi-
OPEN CHORAL2 UNION SERIES
'TOMORlnROW WITIrrii ATZE NAUER
The 1913-14 series of Choral Union;
concerts will be opened tomorrow
night in hill auditorium by Marga-I
rete Matzenauer, the leading. contraltol
of the Metropolitan Opera Company,
and one of the greatest singers in the
world. MadameY Matzenauer's pro-1
gram embraces a group of German,
Fcrench, Italian, and English songs, in
addition% to arias from Parsival and1
avalleria Rusticana. Maurice La Farge
will play the accompaniments.
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FRESH MEN SCORE
(Djetroit Free Press Service.)
DETROIT, MICH., Nov. .-Although
the All-Fresh eleven continued their
string of victories at the expense of
the Uiversity of Detroit yesterday
afternoon, Law ton's teamn crossed the
youngsters' goal for the first time
this season. The final result was 39
to 6, with Douglas' men at the long
end. Maulbetsch proved. the stumnb-
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In the first few minutes of play the
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forward pass, Splawn to Huebel. In
the second quarter Neuman blocked
Shield's punt and a few bucks gave
the freshman another score. The other
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