THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
City Y M. C. A.Is Puttlig on a Weeks
RNIVAL, OCT. 20
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ir the purpose of raising funds to build a SWIM-
ING POOL. A most interesting athletic program
is been arranged for Wednesday night. The
anagers wish to offer a challenge to any Univer-
:y mansto meet Chas. Prekettes, the Creek, of the
iugar Bowl" in a wrestling match on this night.
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pangler, Physical Director City Y; M.C.A.
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UBEY has the most complete line of MOULDS
FORMS for FANCY ICE CREAMS in the city.
offee R oasters and
night at 6:15 o'clock. The price of ad-
mission to the new theatre, one of the
finest of its kind in the state, will be
10 cents for adults and 5 cents for
Wash ington' Theatre.
Charles Klein's successful play,
"The Gamblers," will be this week's at-
traction at the Washington theatre, De-
troit. For the leading part, the man-
agement has engaged- Julia Herne,
daughter of the late James A. Herne,
the celebrated actor whose plays,
"Hearts of Oak" and "Shore Acres" are
so well known to the theatre-goers.
During Eva Tanguay's engagement
this week at the Garrick theatre, De-
troit, daily matinees will be given.
Miss Tanguay, who is appearing at the
head of leer own vaudeville company,
will present, as a special feature, her
own version of "Salome," a pretentious
and elaborately staged offering.
I AT OTHER COLLEGES
CHICAGO, OCT. 18, Special-An
honor court to try students who cheat
is bei.ng planned by the Undergraduate
Council of the University of Chicago.
The proposed court will consist of
twelve undergraduates who will act
on all charges of dishonesty preferred
against students. A box will be placed
in one of the halls to receive com-
plaints, which have to be signed by
two students. The name of the person
entering the complaint will not be
known even to the defendant.
3f. A. C.'S TEAM AVENGES ALL
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had come within scoring distance.
In the third quarter M. A. C. drew
blood a second time. Catlett, who was
injured in the second quarter, had been
replaced by Bastian, and mid-way in
the quarter he fumbled the ball after
skirting the Aggies' right wing for five
yards. H. Miller, brother of Blake
Miller, the M. A. C. star, also injured
in the second quarter, scooped up the
leather and ran 45 yards for a touch-
down, with no one to stop him. Again
the visitors failed to goal.
Bastian, however, made up partially
for his costly error when in the middle
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You should know the wide assortment of
Michigan's touchdown. The Farmer's
were pressing the Wolverines back to-
ward their goal line, and Michigan was
forced to punt when possession of the
ball finally came.
Gauthier, receiving Bentley's long
kick, fumbled the ball, and it was Bas-
tian who was on hand to snatch it up
and rum. 40 yards for a touchdown.
True to reliable form, Patterson goal-
In the Michigan stands, saddened
students were praying for another
touchdown. But the fighting eleven
from M. A. C. mastered the situation
after the fluke that cost them a'no-
score game, and Michigan again be-
came hard pressed. Then came the
one successful forward pass of the
Wolverines, and the fleeting glimpse of
a victory before the final curtain was
drawn on the game.
In justice to M. A. C. it must be
stated that the victory was well earn-
ed. The machine coached by Macklin
did its tutor greatest credit. A variety
of attack, mixed with a perfect sharing
of the work between linemen and
backs, was hardly to be withstood by
Yost's pupils. M. A. C. used straight
football and gained on it, and she used
fancy football and gained on it.
Two plays in particular stood out in
relief against the less spectacular of
the Aggie maneuvers. One was a tack-
le around play, on which Captain Gif-
ford gained several times, and the oth-
er was an intricate forward pass play,
which pulled the Michigan men to the
support of her left flank, and left the
right side of the line open to. Julian,
who ran out alone and gathered in the
passes sent him by Gauthier.
This was not the only forward pass
play the Aggies used and it may be
said that their use, of the newer style
of football play was excellent. Nine
successful passes were made out of 19
attempts, and the passes gained any-
where from five to 20. yards.
In one department of the game,Mich-
igan outplayed her opopnents, and that
was in punting. Bentley averaged 40
yards on his punts, while the combined
work of Blake Miller and Leonardson
averaged 37 yards. Bentley's punts
were deceptive, while those of the
Lansing men were high and easier to
In justice to Michigan, her eleven
fought hard. Every inch of the ground
gained by M. A.. C. was contested stub-
bornly. It was simply a case of one
powerful machine against another
powerful but less perfectly adjusted
mechanism. And in the end the smooth,
terrific attack of the visitors won
over the stubborn defense of the Mich-
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the last quarter of play, he scored
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Those who are fond of the movies
ould come to the vaudeville perform-
ace at Barbour gymnasium Tuesday,
ctober 21, at 4:00 o'clock. There will
a roll of kinemacolor pictures which
tve never before been exhibited in
is country. The league is fortunate
obtaining the services of sone south-
n artists who are making their sec-
ld appearance in the n.orth.
The league hopes that everyone will
>ne, not forgetting their twenty-five
nts for membership dues.
Newbery hall will be open for Satur-
ty lunches the remainder of the year.
Important meeting of sophomore
omen's section of Deutscher Verein
onday at 7:30 o'clock.
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More hockey players are still needed.
verybody out for practice on Palmer
field Monday at 4:15 o'clock.
The following class committees were
elected at Mrs. Jordan's reception for
Junior women Friday, October 17: So-
cial committee-chairman ex-officio,
Huldah Bancroft; Evelyn Roehm, Jos-
ephine Hayden, Marie McDermott,
Ethel Turner, Helen Clark, Hazel
Quick, Jfne Hicks, Romain Bramwell,
Ruth Miller, Susanne McClough; Jun-
ior Play Committee: chairman, Vera
Burridge; Marion McPherson, Hazel
Goodrich, Margaret Wooley, Edith
Manuscripts for the junior play must
be ip the hands of Mrs. Jordan by No-
vember 1. All women writing tryouts
are at ilberty to consult Prof. Ken-
yon, 1103 Ferdon Road (phone 916-L),
at any time.
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High class photoplays will be the
standard attraction at the new Orphe-
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opens its doors to the public tomorrow
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Two accidents of serious nature
made manifest the fierceness of the
struggle. Accounts of the injuries to
Blake Miller, the star M. A. C. half,
and Catlett, the plucky Michigan half,
appear elsewhere. In addition "Tom-
my" Hughitt, Michigan's quarterback,
was badly pounded up and at the end
of the game gave way to Roehm. His
injuries were not so serious as the
Lyons..... . ..R.E.
Hughit, Roehm. .. . Q.B.
Catlett, Bastian,.. .L.H.
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Co E. GODFR.EY, 410 N. Fouth Ave. Phone 82-L
others, however, and it is not expected Bentley.............R.H. ....Blacklock
he will be laid up' for any length of Final score-Michigan 7, M. A. C. 12.
time. Score end of first thalf-Michigan 0,
And fierce as was the fight on the N. A. C. 6.
gridiron, the spirit of rivalry between Touchdowns,-Bastian, Julian, H.
the Michigan and M. A. C. students , Miller.
rooters was fair and sportsmanlike. Goal from touchdown-Paterson.
But it did hurt to have the M. A. C. Officials--Referee, Hoagland, Prince-
cadet band leave the field playing "The ton; umpire, Knight, Dartmouth; head
Victors." linesman, Lynch, Leheigh. Time of
The summaries:- quarters, 12 minutes.
Michigan M. A. C.
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Musser..........L.T.........Smith the Sophomores, and Freshmen taken
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