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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
REAL UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Here's a tip for the man with a big
healthy voic'e, a lot of ginger, and an
ambition to place these assets at the
disposal of the university.
Michigan is right up against a stone
wall in the way of organized cheering
at athletic contests. This is not a
statement of new facts, merely the re-
cital of a. truth which has been in ex-
istence since the mind of the present
generation runneth not to the contrary.
We've had our Bill Days and our Sul-
lies, but its been a one-man, hap-haz-
ard, undependable system at its best.
Striking examples of what is pos-
sible under an organized system have
been demonstrated on Ferry field by
visiting ,teams. Ohio State took Migh-
igan rooters by surprise at last year's
game, even with a small delegation of
followers. California, with a compet-
itive system, is famous on the coast
for its rooting ability. Men try out
in their junior year for the three as-
sistantships. In the senior year, one
of these men becomes cheer leader by
election. It is one of the greatest hon-
ors within' the power of the student
body to grant, and it attracts the best
mnen that the school can. boast of.
A plan, some"hat similarsis being
inaugurated at Michigan this fall for
the first time. If it is to be a success,
a lot of men will have to answer the
call for candidates. Leaving the ques-
tion of college honor aside entirely, it
brings home a duty to those possessing
the qualifications. The big games will
soon be here and the university and
the team can ill afford to have a rep-
etition of last year, when rooting un-
derwent a marked slump. "Whitey"
Otis is willing enough, but he can't be
expected to handle the brunt of the
work alone. Furthermore, he won't
be in attendance at the university for-
ever, and we must look to future years.
Old Ferris Men to Gather.
The Ferris Institute club will hold
its first meeting of the year Saturday
evening, Oct. 12,at 7:30.o'clock in Web-
ster hall in the law building. At this
meeting the officers for the ensuing
year, will be elected and plans for the
coming gubernatorial campaign will be
discussed. Plans for the Detroit ban-
quet of the association also will be
considered. All former members of
the club as well as new students from
Ferris Institute are urged to be pres-
Student Operated on for Appendicitis.
Following an acute attack of appen-
dicitis yesterday morning, Morton R.
Hunter, '131 E, underwent an opera-
tion at Dr. Ira D. Loree's private hos-
pital yesterday afternoon.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Faculty Concert Program.
The following program is announce\
for the opening Faculty concert, which
will be given in High School hall at
eight o'clock this evening.
Trio, Op. 1, No. 1, E flat ....Beethoven
Allegro; Adagio cantabile;
Scherzo (Allegro assai); Finale
"Mrs. George Rhead, Samuel Lockwood,
Prologue (I Pagliacci) . Leoncavallo
Concerto No. II. Op. 22, D minor....
Allegro moderato-Andante ma non
Allegro con fuoco-Allegro mod-
erato (alla Zingara).
(a) Pilgrim's, Song (Tolstoi)
(b) The Monotone.......Cornelius
(c) Der Sieger ........Hugo Kaun
Sonata B minor....... ... .Liszt
Miss Maud Z. Hagberg and Earl V.
Bavarians to Enact German Play.
Correct costuming, folk songs, folk
dances, and fine naturatl acting will be
some of the features prsented by the
company of Bavarian Volkplayers
who will produce Anzengruber's come-
dy "Der G'wissenswurm" at the Whit-
ney theater on October 30 and not on
October 31 as was stated in yesterday's
issue of The Michigan Daily.
The seats for this production will
be on sale at Wahr's Main and State
street stores Friday, Octobzer 11, from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock and at the Main
street store from 7:00 to 8:30 p. m.,
Saturday, October 12.
PAINTED WINDOW IS ENLARGED
First Issue of Literary Magazine Is
Now on the Press.
In pursuance of plans made last
year, the Painted Window will con-
tinue to appear regularly throughout
the school year, on or before the tenth
of each month. This magazine is pri-
marily literary in character, its pages
being devoted to short stories, poems,
and essays written by Michigan under-
graduates. The policy of the manage-
ment will be to give impartial consid-
eration to all manuscripts submitted;
and it is hoped that this plan will
awaken a lively interest among the
students in general.
The magazine is somewhat larger
than last year, although the subscrip-
tion price, one dollar for the school
year, remains the same. A campaign
for a wider subscription list is now
being conducted. The first issue is
now on the press.
Harold P. Scott, '13, and Edgar k.
Mowrer, '13, are editors; Guy L. Wol-
folk, '14, is business manager.
IT PROMISES TO BE BIG YEAR
SAY DETSCHER VEREINERSl
"Jah, gewiss!" saye the members of
'Das Deutsche Verein,' "our organiza-
tion has every indication of experienc-
ing the liveliest year of its career this
Members of the aforementioned so-
ciety, some eighty odd strong, met in
University Hall last evening to dis-
cuss plans for the coming year. A'
committee has already been appointed
for the selection of some play and if.
arrangements materialize admirers of
"Das Vateland" will be given a nop-
portunity of witnessing one of the
following plays: Dokter Vespe, Alt-
Heidelberg, or "Minna von Barnhelm."
The association intends to present
its annual play early in March -instead
of April as has been its custom.
The officers elected for the ensuing
year are: President, Lawrence Clayton,
Vice-president, Miss Gertrude Hel-
mecke, Treasurer, John Lawer, and
Secretary, Miss Gertrude Bogenreider.
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