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ET'S GU AND KEEP GOING
Wt, THE TEAM HAS GONE

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Michigan

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Vol. XXIV, no. 19. ANN ARBOR; MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913. PRICE FIVE

BUSHNELL OUT
FOR PRACTICE
WITH VARSITY

Veteran "M" Man Responds to Appeal
of Coach and Is Ready if
Crippled Team Needs
Him.
MEAD PLAYS FULL DURING
WOLVERINE SIGNAL STUNTS
Yost Sends His Second String Against
Scrubs For 21 to 0 Score;
Backs Star
In response to an urgent appeal
from Captain Paterson and Coach Yost
that he come out to assist the badly
shattered Wolverine football squad,
"Hub" Bushnell, "M" man and availa-
ble for an end, halfback or quarter-
back post, made his appearance on
Ferry field for practice yesterday af-
ternoon following an absence of over
three weeks.
The coming of Bushnell cast a slight
ray of cheer over the regular Blue
Monday practice drill. The tow-head-
ed veteran had been kept out of active
football by a eonflict in studies. Fol-
lowing a confernce yesterday the mat-
ter was satisfactorily arranged and
Bushnell will no doubt be given a
place on the Varsity squad as soon as
he masters the signals.
Sweeping changes in the Varsity
lineup failed to materialize at the sig-
nal drill yesterday, the absence of Pon-
tius, kept at home by sickness, causing
the only switch from the lineup which
played Saturday. Mead took Pontius'
place at full while Galt substituted for
the injured Catlett, still kept out of
practice. Lichtner played at the
guard he finished in on Saturday,while
Traphagen was sent by Yost to try
himself out at the center against the
scrubs i the short scrimmage which
closed the afternoon's workout.
The coach satisfied himself with
chasing the regulars up and down the
field trying out signals while he spent
the majority of his time watching the
second string men scrapping with the
reserves.
With the possibility of being num-
bered among the favored ones who will
be taken on the Vanderbilt trip as an
incentive, the second string men play-
ed havoc with the scrubs in the scrim-
mage yesterday afternoon. In a half
hour of play they ran up a total of 21
points to 0. and managed to show to
the small crowd of rotoers which lined
the practice field a few of the trick
plays which Yost is now giving his
men.
Twice with a trick and once with a
straight buck, half back Diehl carried
the ball across the scrubs' last line
for counters. Watson and Quinn, the
other backfield men, both played good
games agains the reserves. Watson
got away frequently for a long gain
while Quinn once nabbed a scrub for-
ward pass and raced thirty-five yards
with it before he was downed. Peter-
son, played a center, did the best work
for the under fellows.
INJURED PLAYERS
IMPROVE RAPIDLY
The two men injured in the game
against M. A. C. on Saturday, Catlett
of Michigan and Blake Miller of the
Aggies, were both reported yesterday
to be rapidly recovering.
Miller, the more seriously injured of
the two, was so far recovered on Sun-
day morning that the physicians at the
Hlomeopathic hospital allowed him to I
be taken back to Lansing. Late Satur-;
day night he fell into a natural sleep1
and woke up Sunday morning perfect-

ly rational.
Catlett will be taken from the Uni-
versity hospital to his rooms today. He
is still suffering a great deal of pain;
from the terrible wrench given his
back, but it is expected that his im-
provement will be rapid from now on.1
It is practically certain, however, that
he will not be in shape to take the;
trip with the squad to Vanderbilt.

MAS3IETNGTNIHT fl~M~~* EXTRA COPIES OF THE
* 1 * MASMEIGTNG .* DWILLS
SLet's Go?"WI.E * SUNDAY DAILY CONTAINING* HILL AUDITORIUM TO HOUSE
* -* * COMPLETE ACCOUNTS OF *
* Time-7:00 o'clock. * * THE RUSH AND ' CANE *
Place-Hiladioim.FRHUEM SSM EIN1O I
*- ee auditorium. * CLASSEU* SPREE, CAN BE HAD AT THE
* Admission-Free. * * DAILY OFFICE ACROSS *
* PROCESSION TO TRAIN TO- : CONVOCATION : FROM THE MAJESTIC. * -
* MORROW NIGHT. * *** * *** * * * * --
* Band will leave University hall * _--__880 YARD RELAYS SUCCEED Columbian Organ Will Add
* at 7:00 o'clock sharp. hg eln FMILE RUNS AT ORANGE GAME Varied Program. Carro
at 700 oclok shrp-Faculty Change Detailed Plans For FRESHMEN DRILLING FOR .Hf a
* * * * * * *. * * * HuTfSSLEHuff Takes Charge
Assemling of Students on COMING TWITH M.A.C. It was decidedlast night at a meeting of Cheering
-'Campus. iMusic of the various class managers, that {-.
PADEREWSKI EXPECTED TO ScheduIed. Signal practice was the program car- the proposed relay races to be held TEAM O LEAVE TOMRRO
APPEAR EARLY IN NOVEMBER ried out by Coach Douglas' young-
_____ ne outby Cach ougls' yung-between halves of the Syracuse game NIGHTl FOR SOUJTHER
PRESII)ENT HUTCHINS WILL sters yesterday afternoon. Not a manbtn N ve sheuydcue gamedG----
seAlthogthe Paderewsiconcethas been cLIVER WELOME A RESS sountmissingjur es receivesquad onat- from mile to half mile runs. Thus Students Wil Escort Team to
cout o inures eceve inSatr-each runner will cover but 220 yards, Where lFinal lDemonstrati
was to have taken place tomorrow ev- Seating Arrangement Gives Graduates day's game at Hillsdale. hrather th ll coer here il Dem ade
ening in Hill auditorium, it is confi- and , eniors Seats of Honor The first year's warriors are confi- ththarn a quarter of a mile. Will BtrMade.
dently expected that the great pianist in Front dent that they will be able to avenge cry man in ollege to try out, asfthe LM
will be heard in Ann Arbor during the the defeat of their elders by downing Let's go, Michigan!
first week of November. Paredewski's All classes will be promptly ris- M.A.C. freshmen Saturday. Douglas distance is not too great nor is itaa The Varsity is off tomorr
illnesslawhichwwas thoughtpatyfirst to . .'frehmenSauray Duace for only those who .have special-
illness, which was thought at first to missed at 4:00 o'clock in the after- is constantly changing the lineup ized in the more strenuous quarter. It Nashville, and all of Michigan
traveling inadvisable for a period of a noon October 24, and the students tigna practicesso ver an is is the intention of Coach Rowe to place the team a lusty "auf wieders
week or ten days. will assemble immediately at designat- more than four teams in the race, and a giant pow-wow to be held
places, according to Convocation if enough turn out, it has been recom- 'clo'ck tonight in Hill audito
- -L mended that each class in every d- will be the first mass meetin
Qarrangements approved by the senate partment be represented. As custom- 1913 season, and the greatest e
last night. This plan alters the one ary, numerals will b awarded to the in Ann Arbor. This is the %fi
previously agreed upon, and also winning quartet. Tryouts will be held that the new auditorium h
LOOMS UP STRONG prTThursday,at 4:00 o'clock. open to the student body. To
changes the seating arrangement for- TO__EI_______ight the team the will be acco
merly considered for Hill auditorium. Wet Grounds Cause Postponement, Barristers Banquet; Initiate 12 Men. to the train. Let's go!
Vanderbilt's Backfield Faster and The program will be mostly musical. Forces. Whole Series to Start - In response to summons from the Maurice Meyers, '12-'14L;, wi
Heavier Than Last Year's .President Harry B. Hutchins is to give a Day Late, noble Order of Barristers, 12 men ap- chairman at the mass meeting
Quartette. the address: --- peared before the society last night to R. M. Wenley will be the facult
r iMONTH'S SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED. show cause why they should be ad- er and Fred Lawton, '11, of
CELEBRATE IN MICHIGAN'S HONOR Students are to assemble in classes nteitohesrtcunichm hsprmsdttak Ewr
nitted into the secret council chain- has promised to talk. Edwar
as follows: Vet grounds caused the opening hos- bers of the lawgivers. '12-'14L, last year's president
(Special to The Michigan Daily) Seniors and graduate students- tilities of the inter-class football series The men initiated are: Allen An- Michigan Union, will represe
NASHVILLE, TENN., Oct. 20.-With west of psychological laboratory. o drews, Jr., William H. Collett, John W. student body, and Earl Moore,
the return of only five Varsity men to Juniors-on North University ave- iitiatoryson.test.cerduletryesCory, Jr., Rowland W. Fixel, C. Harold structor in the school of mu
Vanderbilt this year, Coach McGugin intiatory contests scheduled for yes~Hippler, Clare B. Hughes, Clarence E. furnish music on the Columbia]
found himself face to face with one.of nue, east ot South lngalls street; terday will be played today, if the Jamieson, Arthur F. Lamey, Donald F. The university band will be
the greatest problems of his whole sophomores-east of psychological lab- gridirons of south Ferry field are dried Meihorn, Maurice L. Toulme, Joseph with a spicy repertoire.
coaching career. After two weeks of oratory; freshmen-on North Univer-sufficiently by 4:00 o'clock, when play T. Witherow, and Frank A. Wright. Cheering and singing will co
hard practice, however, things began sity avenue, east of South Thayer . Chancellor Edward E. Kemp acted no small part of the ovation. T
to take on a better aspect and the Com- street. The faculty will meet in cap Is slated to start' as toastmaster at the banquet follow- will be present, and Carroll H
modore stock soared several points. and gown at University hall, whence This one day postponement will ef- ing the initiation , will lead the yells for the ele
To counterbalance the dearth of old they are to . feet the whole schedule, as originally -dividually and collectively. T
men, a super-abundance of new mate- lans for seating in Hill auditoriumplanned. Each set of games, schedul- NORMAN HAPGOOD TO SPEAK charge believe that a "bumperc
rial was on hand from which "Coi PlansORfor seating in Hill auditoriumMchiga ispplanned.Ue
are as follows: graduate students, sen- ed for a day will now come on the suc- BEFOIE UNIVERSITY AUDIENCE pent-up Michigan spirit will be
modore ,Dan" might round out a first ,*ed.
iors and sophomores to occupy the ceeding week-day.
class aggregation, and before the open- lower floor. The juniors will be seat- The revised schedule follows: Norman Hapgood, editor of Harper's Lyndon will preside at the1
ing fray with Maryville, McGugin had ed in 'the second balcony; the fresh- Oct. 21-'17E vs. 'i5E; '16E vs. '14E; Weekly, will deliver an address on and many views of the "M"
already obtained a fairly good line on men in the third balcony. '17 comb. departments vs. '15 comb. "Partisan Newspapers" at a public lec- action will be thrown ,on the.
his prospective Varsity men. Class officers and organizations will departments. ture to be held at the university, Feb- If campus artists will turn in
In the first two contests of the sea- manage their respective classes in the Oct. 22-'17 vs. '15; '16 vs. '14. ruary 24. Originally Mr. Hapgood was cartoons to Lyndon ,before no
son, Vandy piled up an aggregate score meeting, under the direct command of Oct "3-'I6L vs. '15L; '16M vs. '14L. to speak before the university class in will be utilized in tonight's dem
of 107 points to her opponents 0, de- Junls u wn ohspplr in
spite the fact that many members of Dean Mortimer Cooley, as general Oct 25-'17E vs. '16E; '15E vs. '14E; ournalism but owing to his popular- ton.
te Re t n ers '16 colb.ydepts.vs.'5M.it it was decided to make the address The first "U. of M." is sched
the Rsres were put into the fracas. Notices have been sent out for a Oct. 27-'1 vs. '15L; '14L vs. '16M. pbllc7
Although these initial games were not rangements promises that thei
considered more than practice con- meen Coflnr c4s pre enwi Oct . -'1 . 'v Well Known Author Visits Ann Arbor. will be short. The auditorium
tests, the coaching department is quite neering building at 4:00 o'clock this Oct. 29-'17 vs. '14; '16 vs. '15. Avery Hopwood, '05, author of "Sev- commodate the entire student b
satisfied with the showing made by the rnoon. Oct. 30'16L vs. '16M; '15L vs. '14L. en Days," "Judy Forgot," "Clothes," no tickets will be issued as
tentative Varsity squad. and several other plays, after exte- meetings in University hall.
Vandy's fine is exceptionally strong sye European travels, is at persent The team will, leave at 7:28
this year, averaging 190 pounds from B FRESHMEN NOMINATIONS TO SIGMA CHI To JEDICATE visiting In Ann Arbor. He is now en- tomorrow night via the Ann
tackle to tackle, while the flank posi- ('E HEL) THROUGHOUT WEEK CHAPTER HOUSE SATURDAY gaged in writing a comedy for William railroad. Tlie whole student1
tions are not lacking star men to hole', Brady and a woman suffrage play for asked to gather in front of Un
them down. Though the fast bs.cKfield The freshman classes will hold their Invitations have been issued for a Willaim Belasco after the completion hall in time to start for the st
of last year's Commodore squad was frst class meetings during the coming reception from four until six o'clock, of which, he intends entering the field 7:00 o'clock. The band will lI
greatly split up because of the non- week when the officers will be nomi- Saturday, October twenty-fifth, to be of novel writing. procession, and Carroll Haff,'
return to college of Lewis Hardage, nated. The fresh lits will meet Wed- given by the Sigma Chi fraternity to box car, will lead the crowd i
former all-southern half, and Wilson nesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in meet the out of town guests on the Gym Classes to Start November 8. the team its final incentive to w
Collins, star half, who is on the ineli- Tappan hall, room 203. The fresh occasion of the dedication of the new Fresh engineers and lits start corn striped southerners. Details
gible list because of a season with the dents will meet this morning at 11:00 chapter house which has been recently pulsory gym classes November 3. In morrow's demonstration will be
Boston Braves, this year's backs are o'clock in the amphitheatre of the den- completed at 548 South State street. the meantime they should arrange for ed at the mass meeting tonight,
right there with the pep, and indica- tal building. The fresh pharmic class The formal dedication will take place m_________an
tions point to a more brilliant perforni- meets Wednesday at 1:00 o'clock in Saturday evening when a banquet is pical examinti o r Waterman
ance by the backfield during the pres- room 303 chemical building. The fresh to be served to the local and visiting gym can be had at the treasurer's pEBt Ai G TE
Ptlo Locker tickets for Waterma C T A
ent season than ever before. Sikes engineers, friesh homeops, and fresh members. Among those to be present office now. No more will be sold at
all-southern full for two years, has medics will nominate officers during from out of town are Mr. Newman the gym.
been shifted to Hardage's old position the week, but thl'e time and place of 'Miller of Chicago, Mr. Orville S. Brum- Dr. May invites everyone to use
at left-half and has shown up quite each meeting has not yet been decided back of Toledo, Mr. Orla B. Taylor of the gymnasium before the class-
as well in his new role as in seasons upon. Detroit, Judge Howard Ferris of Cin- start. Michigan will this year be
past at full. Turner, who alternated - c nnati, Mr. Charles Ailing of Chicago, the services of one of her sta
at end and full on the 1912 squad, has Cosmopolitan Club Membership Grows Mr. George _Ade of Indianapolis, Judge Fraternity Charges Pledge Lifting. ers, Paul Blanshard, member of
been stationed permanently at full, and Thirty new applications for mem- Vinton of Lafayette, Ind., and Mr. John At present a charge is pending Wolverine platform teams, a
against Kappa Sigma for pledge lift- honor man in oratory, havin
sistent ground gainers ever seen on tary Fred B. Foulk of the Corda-Fra- ville S. Brumback of Toledo and Mrs. ing. Complaint is made by Sigma Al- nounced his intention o with
Dudley field. The other half-back job tres Cosmopolitan club since the be- Orla B. Taylor of Detroit will assist in pha Epsilon. The Interfraternity coun- from all competition for a place
is being hotly contested by Floyd ginning of the semester. With the 70 receiving and Mrs. Arthur Webster, cil has appointed a committee to take two teams which will debate
McQueen, member of the Reserves last old members, the organizations has al- Mrs. Haurace Allen and Mrs.- Charles the matter under advisement and to western and Chicago this year.

ason, and Henry, sub-Varsity man. rtin report Friday. Penalty, if guilty, is The withdrawal of Blansham
At right end, Captain "Nuck" Brown year's number. the dining room. that offender, will not be allowed to known yesterday, leaves but t
will be seen, and his performances pledge for three quarters. A counter mer varsity debaters among th
against the best products of Michigan, Frothy Fumes of Aggi' Spirit Spillcharge has been made by Kappa Sig- gible for the coming try-outs.
Harvard and Yle are already quite . ma. will be held on November 24
well-known. "Noiy" . Chester, who 6. 2-th when the intr-societyc
performed in conjunction with Turner { %.V f ~co e ~unc
aeft-ed lastnyear, withTcrerCfgmProfessor Egent will speak at El- are staged. --
at left-end last year, will take care of Beautiful dawn. Saffron pink, rosy ed the fire department. Ugh, as well mont Thursday evening on "What
this flank. "Buddy" Morgan at center America Owes to the Germans." Pro- Dr. Warthin Lectures on"Sex"7
needs no comment, as he is sufficient- hued flames, real fames too, fessor Curtiss will address the New Dr. A. S. Warthin, professorc
ly well acquainted with the supporters hungry, snake like tongue of fire soar- attempt squirting water on that fire. Century Club of Detroit Monday night ology, will deliver his second
of the Wolverines who witnessed the ed to lofty heights, in an endeavor to The students felt that the humous so- on "What Everybody Ought to Know tonight to freshmen on "Sexual
last two contests between Michigan s to theit an hen vr to lution was unnecessary and told the About Astronomy." ' ology and Pathology" in thei
rise to the zenith of the sprtoIh
and Vanderbilt. firemen so. Result-one barn razed, The Educational club held its first amphitheater at 7:30 o'clockt
In punting, Vandy will be represent- M. A. C. supporters-when a barn be- but many hearts of the farmer stu- meeting of the year last night at Tap- Students who did not receive
ed by Boensch and Chester. Boensch, longing to Secretary Smith of East dents were gladdened in a frenzied 'pan hall, at which the 20 members by mail may obtain them by a
the diminutive pilot of the Commo- Lansing was burned to the ground by celebration; which refused to turn to present eleeted membership and pro- at the university Y. M. C. A
dores, has ,been the sensation of the the Aggie rooters Sunday morning in ashes when the fire died downi, for yes- gram committees. Prof. C. 0. Davis The talk will be illustrated by
season, both on account of his remark- oelebration of their football victory. terday was declared a legal holiday at delivered an address on "General Ed- optican slides. Dr. Warthin
(Continued on page 4.) As is usually the case, someone call- M. A. C. i ucation." for New Orleans Friday.

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