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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913.

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FINAL B

Representative Teams of East and
West Stage FinalContest Upon
k' Terry Field This
Afternoon.
4OT TEAMS POLISH PLAYS
IN Ll(qHT SIGNAL PRACTICE
Thousandls of Alumni and Visitors Are
Pouring Into Town to View
Struggle.
The elevens of Pennsylvania and
M ichigan will clash on Ferry field
this afternoon in the annual football
ame between these old rivals. Indi-
cations point to the most spectacular
contest ever staged on the historic
Wolverine gridiron. A crowd esti-
mated at from 20,000 to 22,000 will be
present.
Coach Yost put his men through their
fiflal practice yesterday afternoon on
Ferry field. He confined the drill to
the simplest kind of 'a signal practice,
his aim being to avoid all possibilities
of the kind of injuries which have put
Traphagen out of the contest.
Coach Brooke will lead his men in-
to Ann Arbor a short time before the
game. The Quakers have been quar-
tered at the Country club grounds
near !Detroit and have been going
through light drills for the past few
daiys.
Rpprts from Detroit yesterday in-
dicated that Pennsy would be minus
thy services 'of her two stars, Mar-
shall and Minds. Just how authentic
these!rumors are could not be deter-
p~ined last night, but it was thought
more'than likely that these two best
bets for Penn would be seen in the
big battle.
A big crowd of Pennsy rooters will
reach Ann Arbor this morning, ready
t* give their support to the Red and
Plu, players as they invade Ferry
field. Thousands of Michigan alumni
will be on hand. Every train reach-
ing Ann Arbor last night brought its
quota of "grads" and visitors. Tickets
were at a premium last night and it
was feared by athletic association of-
ficials that there would be some
scalping. Extra precautions have
been taken against this and any in-
fraction of the law will be rigorously
(Continued on page 4.)
ALUMNI ATHLETES
LAUNCH NEW CLUB
At a me ting held at the Michigan
tnion last night, thirteen "M" men or-
ganized a club known as the "M"
club, designed to arouse more inter-
ae:t among former wearers of the Var-
. ty emblemi. Membership to the club
is open. to all "M" men.
Homer hlath, mana:er of the Un-
ion and former broad - jumpe:., wa
elected temporary chairmar. and In-
tramural Director Floyd Rowe, sec-
retary. Among those present were:
Adolf Schulz, George C. Thomson, Car-
roll B. Haff, Walter Bennett, Ralph A.
Mellon, Frank Cole, F. C. Cole, Tow
Hfamnond, !larry Hammond and Wal-
ter Graan.
Meetings will be held annually at the
Michigan Union on the eve of th
big football games. The club will se-
cure the best of accommodations foi
all members attending the games, and
will make special efforts to arouse
interest in present day Michigan ath-
letics.

Souvenir Program Meets With Favor,
The souvenir program of today's
game, put on sale yesterday noon, has
met with a large sale. The book has
thirty-six pages and is neatly bound'
in a cover of five colors. It contains
statistics of both teams, pictures of
the players and coaches and an in-
teresting story on the "Twelve Years
of Yost."
HUTCHINS AND
YOST TALK AT3
BIG YELL FEST
President and C'onch Break Precedents
to Add to Enthusiasm at

THE LAST SHOT!

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Totem Club Elects "' New Members,
Totem club elected the following 11
men at its meeting Thursday evening:
I. Allen, F. R. Walters, A. Beck, E.
I3aOnmgarth, K. Keyes, G. Wiard, J.
Engel, M. Wagnitz, W. Black, W.
Gehrndt, G. Grylls. The initiation
banquet will be held Wednesday, No-
vember 19, at 6:00'oclock at the Un-
ion.
NEW TRADITION
MADE OFFICIAL'
BY RESOLUTIONI

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REGENTS

Regunts Make Convocation
Ainnual Event by Vote at
Regular .ove mber
Session.

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Biggest Mass Meeting
Ever held.
JiOT I PREIIC'ICTORY IN
GAME WITH PENNSY TODAY}
New Songs and Yells Tried Out-
Alumni Inspire Rooters
With True Spirit.
"A man would be dead if, proceed- Y

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SORORITY St GGESTS CHANGE
IN EXiSTING MATRON SYSTEM
Petition Received to Repair Stage in
University hal For All
I)rama*tis.
Convocation Day, the newest of

With Only One i)issentin
B~oard Puats Quietus ont
Negotiations With
The West.
RESOLUTION is PASSED
EXPRESSING PRESEN
t~ion Meanus LXtension of1
Athletic Relations 11
Schools of East.
The Michigan Board of R
its session on Friday,voted b
unanimous ballot against a
Michigan to the Intercollei
ference. The resolution R
duced by Regent Lucius L.
of Houghton. Regent W. IH
of Hillsdale, was the lone i
the board to cast his batl
the resolution.
By its action the Regents
igan figuratively bid farew
Conference, expressing the
ciation of what the Confe
done for athletics and pledg
igan's support to any furth
toward raising of present
It is believed that the inte
resolution is to break off al
tions with the Conference 1
to stop all future agitation
to come.
The passage of the resoll
mean, it is expected, that

host has directed the destinies of the was.,represented by Dr. R. S. Cope-

ings like these did not stir him, said
President Harry B. Hutchins, in ad-
dressing the largest and most enthu-I
siastic mass meeting audience' that
ever assembled to stir up pep in the
history of the university, held in Hill
auditorium last evening. "My heart
is with you," he .continued. "We ex-
pect you to win tomorrow, to do your
full duty, and we believe that tomor-
row night we will have another vic-
tory recorded to our cre it."
For the first time since Fielding l1.

Varsity squad, he responded to as can

for "Speech, Speech, Speech."

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sent the rooters into wild enthusiasm
when he spoke of his team.
"I have a fighting bunch of men full
of determination. They carry the
'punch' that is necessary in football.
They are quick, and determined, every
one of them. If the team shows half
the enthusiasm that you show here to-
night, there will be no question of the
outcome."
New York City's alumni associationl

land, '89H, who brought before the
team and students the feeling that the
eastern graduates cherish for their
alma mater's football team. "If I could
take a picture of this assembly to-
night to every 'alumnus, there would
be no croaking graduate who would
ever say that, there .is no spirit here
in Ann Arbor." He predicted a score
of 30 to 0 in today's battle.
Frank Murphy, '12-'14L, represent-
ed the student body on the program I
' (Continued on page 4.)

Michigan's traditions, was
cia] and permanent when
of Regents, in its regular
session yesterday passed a

made otfi-
the Board
November
resolution

setting the date of the October meet-
ing as the time on which the annual
Convocation should take place.
On that day, according to the action
taken, the Regents and faculties will
give a dinner to all the new faculty
members and their friends.
Many degrees were .awarded
in the various departments; in addition
(Continued on page 4.)

1913 Michigan Football Team

will case her lot with the east
next half dozen years at least
would mean that the present re
w ith P'ennsylvania , Cornell and
cuse, will be kept up if possib
that an attempt will beymIade
Michigan on the schedules of
eastern universities.
The following is the set 01
lutions passed:
Resolved: This board deeii
pedient under present con.diti
return of Michigan to the W
Conference and deems undesiral
continued agitation of the sub;
the campus.
The board wishes to expres
sense of appreciation to those
hers of the Conference that ha
(Continued on page 4.)
WIRELESS FLASI
TO SEND SC0

Wireless flashes, giving the rept
of today's game by quarters, will
given out by the university station.
J- Watts, a 'fresh engineer, who
had experience on the coast as an
eratov, will send out the messas
The reports of the game will not
directed to any set of stations,
will be hurled into space for the b
efit of those wireless stations wh
may care to receive early data on
Pennsy game.
'1 1 Iic igun. lDail), will uui-
* ish a bim, yellow l10nnsy-,Mieh-
igaan sporting extra. Copies of
*this paper wvill be on wsale every-
* where imminediately after the
game. There will bc a complete
detailed repor't of the gamne,
]dayby lahy, as well as featire
sport stories, and football pie.
* tres. This is the only coin-
* plete football souvenir of the
year. Watch for the big yellow
* sporting extra!

Trop row-Bentley, Trainer Farrell. Scott, Cochran, James, Assistant ('oach Schulz, Morse,, ''essin, Quinnl, Diehl, Coach Yost, Galt; QuailM
Middle row-Alimendinger, flughitt,. Torbet, Capt. Paterson, Pontius, Musser, Raynsford, IfeHale, Lichtner.
Bottom row-Benton, Lyons, Millard; Watson, Roehm, Trapluagen, Catlett,

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We Score Big!
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