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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, IH liSi)V, NOAEMBR 6, 191z.

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Vol. XXIV, No. 33.

PRICE

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f(l"A 1)t. N(k ,ISE"LE(-'S IVE
11"ITs I FIRST ELECTION.
Quadrangle, honorary society ot
the rhetoric departnmut, has announc-
ed the following electicrs for the first
semester: Y. F. Yabin.Hsu, '14, Karl
B. 1loch, '14, Renville Wheat, '14, Hes-
s~l E. Ynte:a, and Iiarold F. Douglas,
both of the graduate department. Y.
P. Jabin 1_lsu is the fhst foreign stu-
dent to be selected in se.ral years.
l'reetoy is Meetiu;g wi Rapid Sialv
Over nineteen hundred copies of the
student directory have already been
disposed of and it is expected that the
entire supply will be exhausted by the
end of the week. This year's sale ex-
ceeds any previous years by 20) cop-
yes.

"We peti 1011 the )1 ic'htga regent'
for ant imndi:te rei urn to 111 C (on f4.
.'u(e uder thi* )weniit ('enferentei
In the I1 ichigan Daily campaign or
cn the above question the following
results werc obtained:
VOTES IN BILLOT O lXES.

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A SbdOCiefdiol s.
c C: Chicago, Illinois; Denver, Col-
orado; Seattle, Washington; lanis-
tee, Mich.; Ashtabula, Ohio; South
Bend, Indiaaa; Los Angeles, Calif.;
Poiita . .Mich.; and El Reno, Oklaho-
mt. '

CAMPUS VOTES TO REMAIN
INDEPENDENT OF. CONFERENCE,

~OI FRell :~YR IE

WOl UFN WILL SELL PI' iLS
TO AMtHOMfELES CHFLDREN
Members of the Women's League
will devote today to the sale of pen-
cils for the benefit of the children be-
ing cared for by the Michigan Chil-
dren's Home Society. This is a non-
sectarian association, which devotes
itself to the welfare of the homeless
and neglected children of the state.
'The Michigan association is one of
the 32 state societies comprising the
national organization. In the
last ' year it has received, and
cared for more than 500
children, 300 of whom were adopted
into private homes. The other 200
were taken care of by the aid depart-
ment.
US U SOCIETIES 1AT
NIONDINNER

TO

F . I

Yost put only three of his Varsity
regulars into the scrinnag(e on Fer-
ry field yesterday afternoon and th
cousequence was a£ 17 to score
against the All-Fresh, opponents for
the day.
Three of the carned points were by
the right toe of Captain Paterson.
Standina on the youngsters' 30 yard
line III*' Wolver-ine captain made a per-
fet goal from llacem1nt with Bush-
nell holdin theball. Two touhldowns,
one by B'ushell atnd the other by
Bentley raised the Varsity total to the
17 mark.
Paterson, AIlliendinger and lAcht.
ner were the three lonesomn regulars
who were participants in the serim-
ruage. The rest of the team enjoyed
themselves down at one end of the
ield passing and kicking. Yost was ev-
idently keeping them out to be sure
that no injuries lessened his chances
against the easterners at Ithaca on
Saturday.
Catlett held forth at left half yes-
terday afternoon for his longest scrim-
mage sjnce his injury in the M. A. C.
game. He reeled off one 20 yard run
which put the ball within scoring dis-
tance of the freshies' goal and helped
(Continued on pago 4.)
MIMES ANNOUNCE
OPERA COMMITTEES

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o: 28324.
YEs: 911.
Fiien 11y.
No: 49.
Yes: 89.
Aluiniti.
No: 75.
Yes: 10.
Votes cueived by Mail,
No: 1168.
Yes: 74.

No: lWffaIo, N. Y.; Rochester, N. Y.;
anJ G~ary, udiania.,
Signed,
MAL'RICE C..MEYERS,
MA1URICE TOULME,
AtTHlliR G. HALL.
". desir'C o express mny a lpreeiatien
of the hearty friend iessthehe unfail-
ing courtest and the entire fairness
of Mr. Meyers and Mr.Toulmie through-
out the canvass of the votes on the
qve st ion of the dedirabhility of Michi-
gan's return to the Conference."
ARTH R G. HALL.

OFF AWAITS

Individual

TEAM'S START
Student Bodyi and Wand 11ill Gi e
I~epaartin Vaspity Squad
-t Reusing lDisplaIy of
Spirit.
( HEER 11E A 1ER1 WILL 1E ON

Student and Faculty Vontril
Reach $5S5.01 at Close
Second DIaV's
fCamipin.
Pt'UTS.E ASSURES T IRTrY.-
MUSICI INS' E11P
Sale to Cotiie .'Polay in TO
Send More Band Men an
Cheerleader.
Michigan's team will recei
support of the Varsity band at
day's game on Percy field. ThF
definitely decidea at a meetin
last night by the committee in
of the campaign. The total amo
the subscription reached $585.00
result of the second day's sale,
being subscribed by the women
University.
Although the band's presence
thoritatively assured, the questio
vexing the committee is the nun
men to be sent. Thirty-one (
provided for with the money a
on hand, but this number woul
vent the band from showing at it
To obviate this difficulty it has
decided to .extend the sale a
day. By this means it is also
to raise enough to send the V
cheerleader down, to organize
cheering of the students and,a
Tags will be on sale all day

ALMA "AND FRESH
FEAR EACH OTHER
With the Alma-All-Fresh game but
a few dlays off the usual "bear" stories
are coming from the up-state camp.
If current reports are to be believed
Bleanmaster's men are all tottering onl

ELECTIONS SATISFY
STUDENT COUNCIL
This y( r's class elections wNere
; enerally satisfactory from the stand-

'1ra1 i Leaves 11ichliigan ('en tral
tion This E enig' at
9:3 O'clock.

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sen
of s
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Cominttees for the 1914 Michigan the
nion1 opera were announced yester-
day by the committee on comittees s
(of' the iesKa:rlR.13.Hocwh, '14, ison
general chairman as announced last
sprin-, with R H. Brun, '14,, as
mastr1 of costumes. Ca1 11. Guthe, that
to w
'14, Is master of ploperties, and Homer spir
L. Heath, treasurer.
Assistants to general chairmanE is g
C. Wilson, '15, C. L. Kendrick, '15, part
rided
and K. S. Baxter, '151. Assistants to
master'of costumes, B. A. Bartlett, '14, num
hisf
.fohn G. Bruce, '15, and Cecil A. Brown, ill
'15. Assistants to master of proper- with
ties, W. B. Palmer, '15, Howard R .
Th
Maish, '15, and J. S. Leonard, '16L.
ihi
Assistants to treasurer, Paul F.Miol
Thompson, '16 ,and .James B. Aug B. shu1
T 2nd, '16. be tI
Muisic publishing onmmittee, Carroll
C. MAills, '4, Chairmlan, Hugh Aller- inil
inale
ton, '14, . . Tannahill, '15, and P. H.mfl
Crane, 1. Iublicity committee, . \\ mt .
llaislil), "11L, Chairman, l.eo N. Bur- s-ET
nlett, '14, C. 11. J enks, '15, and Chester
I1.1. Lan,'1.
\\Vork on the opera will be begun Al
innmediately and tryouts for the parts Stani
and choruses will be held in the near troit,
future. Thm, book was written by \\. gart,
Ray Melton '13, and much of the mu- stree
sic will be written by Willis A. Diek- he ar
oma, '14. The name has not yet been thisn
made public and wil not be given out speec
until shortly before the opera is Lipre- As
ented, which will likely be early in gart,
atrch. Much of the 1me chorus work serio
ilast year's show was due to the badly
garly practice obtained and the same thatl
conurse will again be Prsued. yde
SIR

[ichigan's Varsity is to be given a
l-off, unprecedented in the amount
;pir'it to be generated. It only re-
ns now for the stuldents to perform
r duty tonight at 9:3 o'clock, by
ning out in full strength and fur-
ig their warriors with an unmis-
eab e token of their interest and
u siasm.
he presence of the band on the
ne has been attended to by the au-
Pities of the athlelic association,
by the terms of their contract with
band, they have the power to call
them for duties of this sort. The
etic association has also made ar-
gements for a cheerleader. "Hap,,"
T will probably shape this end of
send-off, although there is a )os-
ity that he may not be able to be
hand, in which case a substitute
be provided.
is the plea of the loyal rooters,
the students can help their team
,'in their games by exhibitions of
it at these times, and every effort
oing to be made to see that this
of a football victory is to be pro-
d. No limit is to be set on the
ber that can turn out. Each man
voice and his singing abilities
have plenty of chance to work out
out stint.
hat hour of 9:30 o'clock, and the
igan Central station for a place,
zed be borne uppermost in the
ds of the student body, if all are to
here. If a muster of four thous-
would not over-estimate the able
students in the directory, make
ur thousand at the station tonight.

the edge of the grave. The Maroon
stars were evidently battered to
pieces in rolling up 615 voints on Adri-
an last Saturday.
.aulbetsch, the All- Fresh fullback,
is remembered by the Alma players as
a member of the Adriaa team of two
years ago which defeated Alma 19 to
5, and the M. 1. A. A. title holders are
sitting up nights in a' vain effort to
plan a suitable defense against the
yearling star..
M"eanw'hile' Coach "ou s is not
showing the slightest sympathy for
Bleamaster's cripples, but is working
his hardest to strengthen his own team
in preparation for what is expected to
be the hardest game of the season.
Conceding that "Bill" Schultz may be
absent from the lineup when Alma
faces his charges, Douglas still ex-
pects that there will be eleven of the
up-staters able to crawl off their
stretchers when Saturday's festivities
begin.
Eph" Johnson, the big tackle, is the
I:articular star of Alma's 1913 constel-
lation. The premier lineman of the
state college is said to have even
bothered M. A. C. and Notre Dame
when he carried the ball on the tackle
around plays.
Douglas figures that the husky John-
son is the strongest offensive player
Alma has, and will plan his defense
accordingly. As Johnson plays right
tackle Captain Maulbetsch will back
up the All-Fresh line on the right
flank, where Johnson's plunges will be1
directed.i

point of the student council, accord-
ing to Harold S. H ulbert, '141, form-
' er president. Mr. Hulbert states that
the only fault was that the election
boards did not ascertain of nominees
if they were scholastically eligible to
hold office, and as a result in some
cases man wer(' elected who were
down in their we'k, but the rule will
be strictly enforced next year.
The nominating system proved to
be crude, and the student council will
this year work out an eln'ireyv te!w
plan for the nominating of o:ticers.
The publication of the record of men
running for camnpus offices is pro-
nlouneda e l2 "l'E s and iti s lhop d tait
the nominees for president of all the
senior classes next year will also
adopt this means of placing their carn-
pus history before the students.
"I also Ipropose," states Mr. Hulbert,
"that the council take over the elec-
tions of all such campus organizations
as the Michigan Union, the Oratorical
association and Athletic association.
The councilmen are -now trained in
the conducting of elections anld its,
election machinery is now at the dis-
posal of any such organization."
1'ORESTE 11 TO HOLD ANN AL
CAMPFIRE AT (ASCADE GLEN
The annual campfire of the Forestry,
club will be held tomorrow evening
at Cascade Glen. As in former years
the features of this event will be the
"feed," and talks by faculty members
and forestry students who have had
field experience.
Members of all classes will meet at
the economics building Friday even-
ing at 7:00 o'clock, and march to the
glen in a body.
PROF. lOLLUSTER UNABLE TO
GIVE ORATORICAL NUMBER,
Owing to a sudden attack of laryn-
gitis, Prof. R. I). T. l ollister will be
unable to present ;is reading of "The
Rivals" which was scheduled as the
second number on the Oratorical as-
sociation program. His physician has
advised him not to use his voice for
several days and the reading has been
postponed until the last of next week.
121i ,hiii I liti;1t^s TWO .enim ers,
J. Ewing Bond,'14, and Howard Sc-
ward,'14, were initiated into Michi- 1
gamma, senior society, Tuesday night.1

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P'rof. It« . 1 Wen hey, Prof. E. N. IDurfee
alld Louis HIler, 'I12-'l14L,
Are Prienipal
PI'AUL BLA.NSIAR, '14, ACTS
AS TOASTMASTER OF EVENING
Stu dent Quartette and Three Piece
Orchestra Furnish Musical
IProgram.
Honorary Societies" was the topic
discussed by Prol. RF. M. Wenley, Prof.t
1. N. Durfee and Louis Haller, '12-
'141, the three speakers at the Union
membership dinner last night. They
each took up the matter as it exists
in the schools with which they are fa-
miliar. Pfrof. Wenley taking the En-
glish schools, Prof. Durfee,, Darvard,
and Louis Haller, societies as they ex-

ist at Michigan.
That the societies could only justify
themselves when they were offered an
opoprtunity as well as an honor, was
the opinion expressed by Mr. Haller.
Among the possible dangers he sug-
gested their liability to distort the per-
spective of the student. In his opin-
ion they offer an unique opportunity
for good fellowship and association,
Prof. Durfee in his talk said that
while Harvard had no honorary socie-
ty system, exactly similar to Michi-
gan's, he believed that their greatest
good to the college was the fact that
they were offered honors for the stu-
dent to strive for, thus inspiring menI
to do good things by a desire to "make
these societies. He expressed the
opinion that the ordinary student does.
not have enough stimulous activities.
Prof. Wenley said first 'of all that
there are no such societies in English
universities, that they are products of
the spirit of the place. When a man
comes to the English university he
must soon decide whether he is to
work for the ordinary B. A. degree or
whether he intends to seelk an honor
degree, which means everything toi
himn, and assures him of a place im-1
mediately upon graduation. Such so-
cieties as do exist are technical ini
their character for the the discussion,
of such topics as chemistry, philoso-1
phy, etc. Their entire memberships
are assigned to the Union Society for
the social side.
Paul Blanshard, '14, acted as toast-
master and several numbers were fur-l
nished by a quartet consisting of Wal-t
do Fellows, '14 J. K. Gould, '14, Cecilt
Johnson, '14L, and George McMahon,i
'16. Music during the dinner was
furnished by the three piece orches-I
tra.

at the Michigan Union.
That the band's support is
by the men most acutely intere
the game, is testified to by the
support afforded the movement
(Continued on pago 4.)
MANY MEN TO T

More than
for the Var
week in the

R1OI'T BUSINESS UAN
F ICES ('BI.RGE () SpEEIG1\
exander Pyde, president of the
lard Lumber and Coal Co., of De-
who collided with D. L. McTag-
'15L, a motorcyclist, on Packard
t on the evening of July 17, will
rraigned in Justice Doty's court
morning on a charge of excessive
ding.
a result of the accident MacTag-
a summer school student, was
usly injured and his machine'
wrecked and it is understood
he Nvill institute a suit against
foi damages.

P'IES IIUTC IINS PRAISES
GIP)WT'1 OF ALUMNI PAPER.

The "Gothamite," a paper published
by the Alumni Association of New
York city, contained in its last num-
ber an article by President Hutchins
who commended the editors on the
success of their work. The paper has
been enlarged from four to eight pag-
es, the additional expense being cover-
ed by card advertisements of former!
Michigan men.
The editors have formed a commit-
tee on business information which is
doing very valuable work in placing
Michigan men in positions- of import-
ance and responsibility.

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conduct preliminaries in their resp
ive halls on Saturday evening at
o'clock. Jeffersonian members
wish to compete must draw for pl
not later than Friday evening. A
Nu will hold its tryouts on Friday
ening at 7:30 o'clock, while the A
phi tryouts will take place Satu:
evening at 7:30 o'clock, Adelphi ,
didates must be present at 7:15 o'c
in order to draw for places. Al
these meetings are confidential
members only will be admitted.
Winners of these contests will
resent their respective societies in
interdepartmental debates, which
scheduled for November 24. and
Six honor debaters will be cho
from these contests to make up
Varsity debating teams in the (
tral Debating League contests u
Chicago and Northwestern, Janm
16. Honor debaters will receive
Olds prize of 50 dollars each.
withdrawal of Paul B. Blanshard,
has left only two honor debaters
compete in the preliminaries.
"Football" Gargoyle to Appear Nov
The "Football" number of the (
goyle will be ready 'for circula
the evening of November 14, the
of the Pennsy game. All copy is n
in the hands of the editor and the
sue is expected to be an exceedi
ly good one. The cover design is
Fritz Bade, '15.-

From the Girls of WoM
for the Benefit of M
ren 's Home Society

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