100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 17, 1912 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TV IC-1IAN DAILY

English Flat Last

iiFell- iiii t in ,ifetRKl'S
11Iich _Iigan U nionife iember,,hip rolI
P. 'ulbertsonj, 1+ R . .Cnel IH W
'IlF, I±. It. So s,'12E, and far-3'
Folz, 'I:, A-ere t e men who itook 74,our _ Lort? orCl
Students t go IN
2 "..ateo3 me bersllip now : andls PutheVictor
at 2,285, with an increase yesterday of j__
seven new members on tlw yearly ! M SUENRS0
membership list. I SOUVEMRS t)

- - _ a=- :: : - :_

SLOOSE
A~T FORCE
!bratio,* ayli~ps
W'ild After
)ry.
F EAST 64i-%T

, jl;1b

Theatre

ter.

TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 19:

t rScIaf.
SH io=
and $5.00

.;
1
.o
. :

WAGNER &C00
State Street
Sign ef the Big Whit, Shoo

N

,

Irsy r
313 S. STATE~
Ye Old& M183102% shop
NOW OPEN

i
7
3 3
i
i
7

I 'OLVERIN~E WARD OS ThiUVWII°
OVER CORNE L- SC'ORE 2(1-7.I
(C'ontinued froin page 1.1,
S V '}- .. . _In. g -1. A I _ 0 _
ter tt i 'thitouchdown.eih: e:oi '
Pontis an Tore tr.vti
i , rear t e indieidual plyingL
1 he rve21 therisookno thin o
x, ft Meoignis to b1e coiinrauted.
'J ; i-'i at tatYot'hoe to use
atrihted.Th ig elw
r1 c ich freija soe, n ithis
terth:ti erd tocown.aini h
I is-t tius PP a ro nrrlar.rma

The gam~xe had scarcely finilshled yes-
t e:rday r u r. , celebration for v ich
st udents h ave waited these uy
weeks $,.-w e loose, and a great EOt
sw armed' over Ferry field aildi~s'
about the goal poets. Bunting was
E'oUsx~ and, in
bCCi- ~ ,"o-ta' 'he -east
~ ~~ier'~r .~tare post
. 'nv.ov Wim . 1Vth
th~s ~e~fli~ . .~upi e' joyous
ep Anm~street,
. _:., .. ,wd surg-
- . ;.'r-mcampus J
*'~F -isy turn of
:m hopping
- ~ '~'d ,al post
,_ 'oring of
! ° ij hem for
ci uf ''c '.elm and
* -'ung:U''crowds
..1' - -a. streets
* ~.* ~ ~rt n:.It was
* :-_'' r ~ c~*d as has
-in 'n ~'Omi5c-obrationis,
_ . ;ab---ce of stu-
. ~ r~.TO e onlook-
erg. A bonre was buwl. vai Liberty
street, near Main, and kept going for
two hours in spite of the efforts of
the :police to prevent it. The feeling
was gener~A1 that the usual big bonfire
was the main thing missing. The po-
lice encountered no serious trouble,
and allowed the exuberance to run its
course. A' great volume of noise was
created, considering the size of the
crowd, and many .revolvers were in

TheM~~rs Subert &'Win. A, Brady
a1 reetdasx com~pany of players in tie sensat-
i; -,.ssof two continents
Dunty Pull's theStig"Gam
Stringsioffal
Two-years 'at the Haymarket Theatre, Lond-
on. Two Years at the Comedy Theatre,Chicago
Seat sale Monday, November. 18, 1 0 a.m.
Prices 3557500.50 Mail orders now

is

U

WHITNEY.

THEATRE

lee Cream,

Fine Catidiesz, Tobacrcos

:eta and Navel-ie

,

I I , 1, '' mommmommooffAm

Mon., Nov. 18
Geo. Sidney

Wed., Nov. 20
Every woman's favorite actres
Eleanor Mbutchl

.U.

For the Best A'.,,!~ o

I

IN

s
. r

'-"'LI..
'flu :.--..

Porbet
t]1 both

launched the forward
successful occasions.

eli

Read the

)It

Sun.

(S

Tribune

Bwi ik~Pontius he played an excel-
lentg56: in the other departments as
C.:l. T homson and Craig, deserve'
praise for their line bucking and end
running. Together with Collette, who
replaced Craig for the third quarter,
they were the mainstays of the AWol-
verne offense. Huebel deserves no
end of praise for his individual work.
So much for Michigan ends and
backfield. On the .line, however,
were men who play stellar ball.
Not one of them can be slighted. Pat-
erson, Quinn, Allmendinger, Cole and
Musser were on their toes every min-
ute. Raynsford who replaced Allmen-
dinger when he was taken out for
what was probably the first time in his
football career, played a star game.,
They all did.
For Cornell, Taber, was the-'most re-
liable advancer of the ball. Though
he did not play the full time, as he re-
placed O'Connor who started the con-
test, he was Cornell's most consistent
player. " Captain Butler proved him-
self well worthy of team leadership,
while halfback Bennett proved him-
self worthy of being Taber's running
mate. ,The workd of Eyrich and
O'Hearn. deserves favorable mention.
The game was clean throughout and
happily free from much penalizing.
Lineups and summaries follow:
Michigan Cornell
Torbet .......... L.E. .. Reese,Eyrich
Cole. ........L.T.......Guyer
Quinn.........L.G......Munns
Paterson,... ...C.......Munns
Almendinger, Raynsford R.G....
Champaign, Widenthall

evidence.
All of the Anxn Arbor police were on
duty and 15 special policemen as well,
to prevent the crowd from becoming
too boisterous, but no cause was re-
ported where they had to interfere.

Busy

VICTORY, ISTOLD
BY AIR WAYVELETS
Not only Ann Arbor atmosphere vi-
brated last night with effects of Mich-
igan's victory but even as far as Pan-
ama the air was set in motion, and
little vibrating wavelets told the story
of Michigan's victoiry via wireless. At
5 :00 o'clock, yesterday the operator
in the university wireless station got
busy and by 9:00 o'clock short ac-
counts of the Michigan-Cornell battle
not only -had been' sent, but had been
received at Panama,' Key 'West, Cape'
Hatteras, Baltimore% Washington, New
York, Boston' navy yards, and at va-
rious places o n. the great lakes as
well as many. points at shorter dis-
tances.
In most cases no} relays were em-
ployed, and according to answers all
reports were satisfactorily received.
Most 'of the, messages' wire sent as ex-
periments except that- to Washington,
from whence a special ,report was re-
layed to 'Annapolis~ forw Lieut. Hollis
M. Cooley, U. S. bN;, son: of Dean Mor-
timer E. Cooley, of the engineering de-
partment.
SMOKER. TICKETS
HAVE 'SLOW SALE

Seats Now Selling

Pri4

r

Izzy'

SUIPPORTED BY,
Carrie Weber
and Company
40 Singers and Dancers

SWEET
BETTER SERVICE

AS IT

BETTER

The Great American Play
adrama-
Name tic treat
Has the sweetest love story ever
told.
A play of vital interest to every
woman.
SEAT SALE MONDAY-A. M.

THE SUGAR 'BOWL

I

)ectal writers and staff photograph-
!over the game from every angle.
Speyer, staff wliter for the NewsTribune and
1 authority will will write the story of the game
Picard, critical analysis

the game play by play

Ann Arbor's Beet °Confectionery, ie cream soda de luxe. Candy of all
I descriptions.I
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
I ON MAIN STREET
How Are Your Eyes
Our methods of eye examination, no "drops" used determine
the'exact needs. of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact gla, e s.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to order.
Shur-on Agency
Arnold &ir Co., Jewelers S jE TN
alumni, the faculty; and student bodyBOK ""WA SUC SFL
have already been selected to speak B ig Letter Showed up Better Than in
and the complete list will be announc- Previous Years.
ed o Tuedaymornng.The most successful block "M" ever
tried was flashed on Ferry field yester-
BIG PANE DRAWS day. Those sitting on the south stands
MANY OLD GRADS. who have seen the feature in previous
years, say that the big letter showed
up better than ever before. The suc-
(Coninued from page, 1.) r. cess was largely due to the 'darker
granger, '73, Herbert Carrow, '02, S. shade of blue which set the yellow
B. Jenks, '87, Philip Brusley, '94, M.W.. "Mv, out in bold relief. Visitors who
Mills, '87, Tunie Telfer, '02E, W. B. have seen big games in other univer-
Swan, '01, Burt H. Winchester, '1, sities declare that yesterday's "M" far
Herb Graver, '044, Bos'n Parks, 98, surpasses anything they have ever
H. H. Van Tyle, '96. seen in this line.

'hite, interviews coach, captain and players
.m, crowd story
ensel, action photographs of all critical plays
e Sundayw News Tribune
TODAY

Musser ........... R.T.
Pontius.........R.E.
Huebel..........Q..
Craig, Collette. .L.H.
Hughitt.........R.H.
Thomson (Capt.) ..F.B.
1st 2nd
Michigan .... 7 0
Cornell.....0 7

....Nash
.O'Hearn
Butler, (Capt.),
.O'Connor
Taber
....Bennett
.....Hill

3d
0
0

4th
13
0

Final
20
7

But 700 tickets have_ been disposed
of so far for the annual Michigan
Union smoker'to be held on Tuesday
evening in the, gymnasiums. However,
in view of the fact that an unusual op-
portunity will be given at the smoker
to (celebrate the Cornell victory, it is
likely that a heavy sale will result to-
day and tomorrow. The supply has
been limited to 2,500 and tickets are on
sale at the Union desk.
The university 'band, with a com-
plete repertoire of Michigan songs,
new and. old, will. be present to assist

11

Touchdowns-Pontius 2, Huebel, Ta-
ber; goals from touchdown, Paterson
2.
i;,Officials: referee-Hackett, West
Point; head linesman-Pendleton,
Bowdoin; time of quarters-15 min-
utes.

t
k

the cheer;
thusiasm.

leaders :to arouse student en-
Representatives from the ]

YOU'

Know

C .

_. _

C .

AEDE

I

d p ort raitof yourself will make a veryAppropri-

619 E. Liberty Street Thrcc doors West

LPHO]

fE 832

0'

14

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan