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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1913.

PRICE FIVE

ITY REST
ES FORM OF
GNAL DRILL

Every Man Except Pontits Reported
in Good Condition; Torbet
Appears in Fullback .
Position.
I'UXTIN(C PROBLEM APPEARS
TO BE SOLVED IN JIUGHITT
Selilf Teaches Reserves Plays Used
by Cornellians Against
Harvard.
Coach Yost gave the Wolverine Var-
sity its regular Monday rest cure yes-.
terday afternoon through the medium
of a hard two-hour drill on Ferry field.
ihe grind was nothing more than a
signal drill but it was long after dark
before the coach let his men trot away
to the field house.
Every man save Pontius was out for
practice and all reported in good con-
dition after Saturday's victory. Trap-
hagen wore a huge bandage over his
left ear, because of a bursted blood
vessel. The injury is not considerid
serious, however, and it is expected
the big guard will be ready to play on
Saturday.
Torbet appeared at fullback in the
drill yesterday afternoon. The former
end kept cut of all forward pass play
as his muscles are still too sore to al-
low effective tossing. Bushnell did
most of the heaving for the team from
his post at quarterback.
Tommy Hughitt, Yost's latest find
as a punter, repeated some of his Sat-
urday surprises by getting off all kinds
of long spirals in practice yesterday.,
Hughitt is proving by far the most
effective and the safest kicker in the
Wolverine squad and the coach is con-
fident that one of his difficult prob-
lems has been solved.
"Honk" Conklin, captain of the Wol-
verines in 1911 reported at Ferry field
yesterday afternoon with the news'
that when the team returns from Itha-
ca next week he will be on hand tot
lend his help in preparing the eleven
(Continued on page 4.)1

(Special to The Michigan Daily)
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Nov. 3.-
"If the Varsity football team had
not gone to the theatre at De-
troit and otherwise violated
training rules on the eve of the
Michigan game, the result Sat-
urday would have been differ-
ent," declared Chancellor James
R. Day at chapel today, accord-
ing to C. B. Bahn of the Syra-
cuso Journal.
The chancellor held that the
men lost rest needed to show to
their best ability against . the
Wolverines, and were therefore
not in the best physical condi-
tion.
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HEAVY POLLING MARKS FIRST'
DAY OF CONFERENCE VOTE

:x CHANGES IN INFIRMARY.
* 1. New location-first house on
* Ingalls street behind Hill au-
* ditorium.
* 2. Hours- for men-in the
* morning and by special ap-
* pointment.
* 3. Hours for women-from
* 1:30 to 3:00 o'clock and by
* special appointment.
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.Heavy polling marked the first day
of the Conference vote. Although
not all of the coupons were counted
last night, it is estimated that nearly
900 students registered their opinions.
The voting will continue today and to-
morrow and those in charge believe-
that the voting will be much heavier
than yesterday.
Several mistakes were found among
the votes turned in and all voters
should read the directions before poll-
ing. The vote was especially heavy
at the athletic association on account
of the sale of seats for the Pennsylva-
nia game.
Yesterday's balloting indicates a
light vote among the faculty with vot-

ing especially heavy among the sen-
iors who polled at the athletic associ-
ation while waiting for seat reserva-
tici. The vote will close at 5:00
o'clock tomorrow night and no results
will be announced until the final bal-
lots have been cast.
The question has been taken up by
various alumni associations and ans-
wers have already been received from
nearly half. In Grand Rapids and
Kalamazoo a vote is being taken by a
daily new-ipaper. Among the repre-
sentativo organizations which have
voted arc New York, Los Angeles, Cal.,
Denver, Colo., St. Paul, Minn.; Schen-
ectady, N. Y., South Bend, Ind., Pon-
tiac, Mich., Omaha, Nebraska, El Reno.
Oklahoma, and Port Huron, Michigan.

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SEND BAND TO
HELP THE TEAR
SLOGAN ThOD
Fifty Men From Every Departmen
Canvass Campus to laise
Money to Send Band
to Cornell
4,000 TAQS AT TWENTY CENTS
MUST RE SOLD IF BAND 0
Trip Not For Payment For Serv
But to Show Team Revlved
Michigan Spirit

Of nearly 2,000 lockers at Waterman
gym, less than 150 remain unassign-
ed. Those who try to get lockers lat-
er in the year will probably be unsuc-
cessful, as it is expected that the
supply will run out this month.
NEW PLAN TO PICK
CLASS CHAMPIONS

ALL-FRESH HAVE
H.ARD WEEK AHEAD
Game With Alma (ollege on Saturday
Regarded as Hardest
on Schedule.
VEA.RLING LINEUP UNCHAN(6D.
Though Coach Douglas gave his
squad of All-Fresh players a light
work-out yesterday afternoon, the
program for the remainder of the week
is a severe one, as Saturday's game
with Alma college is regarded as the
hardest of the schedule.
Last year the Presbyterians trim-
med the yearlings 6 to 0 in the young-
sters' first game of the season. This
year the two teams are even more
closely matched according to their
performance against Adrian college on
successive Saturdays.
Two weeks ago the All-Fresh romp-
ed through the Adrian aggregation for
a 69 to 0 count. Last Saturday the
Adrian team journeyed to Alma and
were drubbed 66 to 0.
No changes are-contemplated in the
lineup of the yearlings, barring the
possibility of Dunn starting at left
end.
Since C. Skiner was injured early in
the season Douglas has had difficulty
in picking a man for this extremity pe-
sition.I

WAITERS PLAN
CAMPAIGN FOR
BETTER FARE
,,wo Thousand ('irculars. Will Be Sent
Out to Working Students of
Ann Arbor to Exphin
Method.
ItOVE ME NT IRECEIVES SUPPORT
OF CAM OGN~IATION.
Object to Better health, Sale Tinge,
and Raise Scholastic Grades
of Workin ; Stmlents

SPECIL TRAIN
CHARTERED FOR
CORNELL TRIP
1100ter49 1'5 Rs( 1 i adBd iddto Leai 4'
For Ithaca Friday Evening
Vii, IichignieTtral
3Ir {i g' of All Who fIfntin to Go to
lie 1Hel afti: o'clockToday
ill Daily Office.

Bad Weather Makes Per4
of Deciding FootballI
Impractical.
DlE PA RI T E NT CHAMPS

Cent System
Winners
IN FINALS

Weather conditions have delayed
the playing off of the interclass foot-
ball games to so great an extent that
the managers at a meeting yesterday
afternoon decided that the carrying
out of the percentage system would be
impracticable. They outlined a new
plan.
The winners of the department.
championship will play a series of
games, and by the elimination method
swill decide the campus champions.
The second teams of the four depart-
ments will also engage in an elimina-
tion contest, the winner of which will
play the losers in the first string teams
in order.
This system gives the chance to one
second team of getting numerals, as
there are four sets 'to be given out
and the winner of the second aggre-
gations by defeating the losers in a
(Continued on page 4.)

Send the band to help the team.
Fifty men, representing practically
every department and class in the
university, are canvassing the cam-
pus today in an effort to raise money
to send the band to Cirnell. The cam-
paign is not being conducted in order
to afford the band a trip in payment
for their services, but it is an out-
growth of the revived Michigan spirit
-another attempt to show the team
a loyal support.
Four thousand tags are on sale, and
in order to raise the necessary money
they must bring an average price of
20 cents. It is expected by those in
charge that enough money will be
raised today to meet the necessary
expenses, but if not it is intended that
the sale last over until Wednesday.
The present band is on an entirely
reorganized basis. All finances are
now taken care of by a member of the
faculty, and control is centered in one
man, thus obviating the troubles that
have vexed the organization in the
past, All members now playing with
the new band association have been
picked after a series of tryouts con-
ducted with the most sincere attempts
at fairness. The men are now forced
to attend rehearsals and turnouts, or
to suffer a fine for each unexcused
delinquency. New uniforms have been
provided for the management, and ten-
tative plans have been made for out-
fitting the men with capes and white
gloves.
This arrangement will be impossi-
ble, however, unless the band is used
for other university functions outside
(Continued on page 4.)
DISTANCE MEN RUN

TICKET SALE FOR
PENN GAME LARGE
Half a dozen shivering freshmen
spent Sunday night in front of the ath-
letic office in order to secure places
in the line for the senior sale of Penn
tickets yesterday. Most of the faith-
ful were relieved by relays, and the
"waiters" comforted themselves as
best they could by means of a camp
fire.,
A long line of seniors was on hand
both yesterday morning and afternoon,
and practically every man bought his
full quota of tickets.
JIuniors will be given an opportunity
to secure their reservations today, and
any senior who failed to secure tick-
ets yesterday may also purchase tick-
ets today. Sophomores will be accom-
modated Wednesday, and freshmen
Thursday.
Mail orders for tickets are coming in
at the athletic office in greater num-
bers than ever before at so early a
date, and the management expects1
that the Ferry field record of attend-
ance, previously set at the Quaker
game in 1907, will be broken this fall.
['he faculty of the rhetoric depart-
ment has requested the line to form'
to the south of the athletic office, as
the disturbances caused by calls of1
"Hat!" at passing freshmen .seriously1
interfere with classes in west hall. t

EIIITORIAL CoMMENT.
USELESS WORRY.
We are wondering what point our
opponents have in mind. Really,
isn't it a useless waste of time.
The Michigan Daily petitions will
include both sides and submit the re-
sults to the Regents.
We discarded the very methods that
the antis are now using as open to all
sorts of abuses. Fictitious names and
-duplications are evident evils.
But aside from this it seems pure
folly to get out other petitions. The
Michigan Daily votes are to be collect-
ed, accepted and counted by a bal-
anced board.
ARE YOU IN DOUBT?
If you are still in doubt regarding
what is what in this Conference dis-
cussion, we can do no better than re-
fer you to the article that was written
by Professor Brumm in Sunday's is-
sue of The Michigan Daily.
it represents, an analytical treat-
mnt. We are not suggesting that
you accept his verdict, but merely ad-l
vise that you read his statement of,
fact and the manner in which he dis-t

Two thousand circulars have beon
printed and will be distributed among
the working students of Ann Arbor
this morning by the committee re-
cently appointed at a meeting of the
working students to further the pub-
licity campaign of bettering the sani-
tary conditions and getting higher
pay in the boarding houses. The
scheme has met with the general ap-
proval of the Michigan Union, the
University health service and the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A.
The circular condemns the envir-
onment of the average boarding lous-
es, the unsanitary kitchens, the cold
draughty rooms in which the working
students have to eat, and the unwhole-
some food which they are compelled to
eat. The students, according to the
circulars, work in some places where
they are obliged to work overtime
without extra pay, to eat "scraps" and
"come backs" on dirty tables, without
dessert, and to work four or five hours
for their board
Cases have been reported that stu-
dents were compelled to eat on tables
covered with dirty, oil-cloth under:
(Continued on page 4.)
IPROFESSOR HOLLISTER TO
READ "THE RIVALS" FRIIAYl

A special train filled with rooters,
reserves and members of the band will
leave the Michigan Central depot Fri-
(lay evening at 7:30 o'clock en route
for Ithaca, New York, where the Mich-
igan Varsity will be pitted against
Cornell on the following day.
Arrangements have already been
made with the railroad authorities
whereby a special rate of $16.89 round
trip has been promised on the provis-
ion that at least 75 men take the trip.
The band and scrubs will furnish 50
of this number and the remainder
must of necessity be from the student
body at large. The number, however,
is not limited and the athletic author-
ities desire that as many men a pos-
(Continued on. page 4.)
HONORARY SOCIETIES TO BE
DISCUSSED) AT UNION DINNER

Proi. It. N. Wenley Will Give English
View, and Prof. E. W. Durfee
Will Explain Eastern
Situation.
"Honorary Societies" is the topic
about which the talks and discussion
will center at the second Union mem-
bership dinner tomorrow night. Prof.
R. M. Wenley will take up the .situa-

Richard T. Hollister, assistant pro-
fessor of oratory will present a lec-
ture-recital of Sheridan's famous com-
edy, "The Rivals" for the Oratorical
Association Friday night in University
hall. This comedy, described as the
"best old English comedy outside of
Shakespeare," will have an able and
popular interpreter in Mr. Hollister,
who has read for the Oratorical Asso-.
ciation a number of times. Mr. Hollis-

tion at the English universities, Prof.
E. W. Durfee of the law department
will discuss the matter as it stands in
the large eastern universities such as
Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Cornell,
while Louis Haller, '14-'16L, will deal
with the situation as it presents itself
right here at Michigan.
Maurice Lohman, '15M, vice-presi-
dent of the Union from the medical
department will act as toastmaster,
and a quartette; led by Waldo Fellows,
'14, will furnish the musical part of
the program.
Tickets are now on sale by members
of the committee and at the desk in
the Union. The dinner will start at
6:00 o'clock.

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VOTE ON CONFERENCE QUES-
TION.
Voters: Students, faculty, and
alumni. Each allowed one
vote.
Question :"We petition the Mich-
igan Regents for an immedi-
ate return to the Conference,
under the present Conference
rules.
Vote: Unqualified, "yes" or "no."
Method: Students: sign name
and class on back of athletic
coupon number 35.
Faculty and Alumni: Any sign-
ed form.
Time: Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday, November 3,4, and
5, 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. in.
Places: Ballot boxes will be lo-
cated as follows: Michigan
Union, athletic association of-
ffice, Waterman and Barbour
gymnasiums, University hall,
Engineering building (2), Law
building (2), Economics build-
ing, General library, Chemical
building, Medic building, Den-
tal building.
Judges: Maurice .Myers,. anti-
conference; 'Maurice Toulme,
pro-conference; Dr. A.G. Hall,
mediator.
This board will count and tab-
ulate all ballots, rejecting those
which are not in strict accord-
ance with the regulations.

TOYPSI TOMORI

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Thirty-five men will leave Water
man gymnasium in two squads tomor
row afternoon at 4:15 o'clock for a rur
to Ypsilanti in the first real test o
endurance that the cross country run
ners have undergone. The men wil
be divided into two squads, a fast an(
a slow-one and the former will be sen
away five minutes in advance of the
slower men. It is expected that the
run will be made in.less than an hou
and after changing their clothes at the
Normal gymnasium, the runners wil
take supper at Ypsilanti- before re-
turning home.
Coach Rowe, Director Bartelme'and
Captain Brown will speak at the sup-
per to the survivors of the race.
The work of Carrol, Trafla and
Watt, who were the first three met
to finish in the annual four mile novice
race Saturday, will be watched with
especial interest. The work of Car-
rol especially, was of a high order for
his time, 22 minutes, 50 seconds, bet.
tered the old record of Capt. Brown
by three minutes. For this perform=
ance he will receive the silver loving
cup offered by the athletic association
and all three men will receive C. C. C
caps.

poses of the contentions that have I ter last year drew large audiences in
been advanced by both sides. the upper peninsula by his presenta-
We wish that we had put the Ques- tion of this same play. Admission will
tion Box in unbiased hands. The con- be by course tickets, or single tickets
flicting answers have confused rather may be purchased for twenty-five
than cleared up the issues. cents.

A. G. HALL, Registrar.
MAURICE MYERS, '11-'14L.
MAURICE TOULME, '12-'14L.
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A Small Fee will be Paid. Those Desiring to Usher must exchange
Coupon No. 7 for Usher's Ticket.

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