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WITH ALMAS1ODAY.
-wr O {ctober 12.-Mass meeting
coach Conklin's on "Ep t~ r~field, 1:30 p. in.
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At 7:30 this morning stir Niei n
freshman and Coach Cokin, w ithi An-
dy^ Smith 4as protector, are leaving
their natural haunts to invade the
realms of Coach Beamaster, of' Al-
ma. They will tie up with the Alma
collegians this afternoon and, from
their showing in practice, a good con-
test is anticipated.
Under the tutelage of Coach Conklin
the youngsters have been undergoing
some stiff practice since the first call
for candidates and when lined up
yesterday for scrimmage they looked
like a winning bunch. A heavier
squadl of first year men has not been
seen at Ferry field in many years and
among them. are gridiron artists who
came to Ann Arbor with prep an
high school reputations behind them.
These big fellows together with sever-
al backfield men chosen by Conklin
for the journey compose as formida-
ble a squad as has ever left here as
freshmen.
Opi account of the poor "train on--
nectoins to the point of siege the men
will have a busy time of it until their
return home. Leaving here over the
Ann Arbor at 8:50 they will not arrive
at Alma until 12 :30. Before reaching
their destination they will have par-
taken of their mid-day repast on board
their train so it will be unnecessary to
delay their trip to the field of action
on account of luncheon. The first
whistle will blow at 1:30, thus allow-
ing but two hcours for playing the
game as the homeward bound train
leaves Alma at 3:30.
The team will lineup as follows:
Benton, F. B., Rhoem, L. H. Gaul,
R. I3., Cropen, C., Beechler, L. G.
Quail, R. G., Hedges, R. T., Deal, L.
T., Davis, L. E, Diliinar, R. E.
IIANI)'BAKES DEBUT TODAY.
Will Not Play "Varsity" as Original
Manuscript is Lost.
The Varsity -band, composed of 35
pieces, will 'make its formal debut on
Ferry field this afternoon. "Ike" Fisch-
er states that the band will not ap-
pear in uniform but will be on
hand with lots of, "pep" and
a bunch of new music. At
the tryouts Wednesday, seven new
men were added.
The band will be unable to play
"Varsity" at the game this afternoon.
According to "Ike" Fischer a mystery
hangs around the famous song. Lst
commencement time the original man-
uscript seems to have been loaned
to someone in Ohio. it has not been
returned and has apparently passed
out of existence. "Varsity,'' however,
will "be arranged for band purposes as
soon as possible and will probably
be, played at future games.
All the old men and those new men
who are notified are requested to
meet at McMillan hall at 1:00 o'clock
today.
ORATORY INSTRUCTORS TO
SPEAK TO ALPHA NU TONI4IT
Assistant Professor R. D. T. Hollis-
ter and R. K. Immel, of the oratorica'
department, will speak to the members
of Alpha Nu society tonight at 8:00
o'clock. A reading by Arthur An-
drews and musical numbers by Mark
Wisdom- will enliven the program.
The evening is intended to take on
the nature of an "open house" in order
to attract all the freshmen interested
in oratory. and debating. Plans for
selecting men to debate the Jefferso-
nian society in the tryouts for the
team to meet Chicago and Northwest-
ern in the triangular debate will also
be considered.

Su cjy, 0(4toer 13.-Dr. Karl S. Pat-
itell at rtek the Presbyterian Church,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oc-
tober 14 to 16.-Talks to first-year
men by Dr. A. S. Warthin in the west
amphitheater of the medical build-
Ing, 7:15 p. m. Tickets at Y. M. C.
A.
Monday, October 14.-Booker T. Wash-
ington on "The Education of the
Negro in the South" at University
Hall, 8:00 p. i.
Tuesday, October 15.-Recital by Kath-
erine Oliver McCoy, University hall,
5:00 p. M.
Tuesday. October 15.-Architectural
Society smoker at the Michigan Un-
ion, 7:30 p.in.
Wednesday, October 15.-First Histor-
ical recital by Albert Lockwood at
the high school auditorium, 4:15 p.
i.
Thursday, October 17.-Memb~rship
ainner at the Michigan Union, 6.00
p.m.n
CLASSES NAME CANDIDATES 'FOR
OFFICE S.
(Continued from page 1)
basketball manager-H. Parsons, M.
M. Renally.
Senior law. Councilmen-L. W.
Schroeder, H. F. Pelham; president-
A. Otte; vice-president-J. A. Wagner,
W. T. Bie, J. L. McDougall; secretary
-J. R. Conley; treasurer-W. H.
Kuhr, F. N. Powers, Claire Retan, R.
F. McKinstry; baseball manager-M.
D. Mead, V. Weh letter; basketball
mnanager-T. A. Lyons; track mana-
ger-L. Rabant; sergeant at arms-
R. Simmons; oratorical delegate-S.
Junior Law. Councilen-T. F.
E. Doyle, E. E. Penzel.
McCoy, L. P. Haler; president.-E.
W. Haislip, C. T. Mathews, R. M. Sny-
der; vice-president-Wi. Percy; sec-
retary-F. H. Dye, R. F. Lam ey;
treasurer-C. W.k Johnson, J. P.
Phara; oratorical delegate-C. F. Phil-
lips, C. E. Currah; %erg. arms .-F.
Storkan; baseball manager-Loring,
J, T. Witherow, A. V. LababW; track
manager-F. J, Hoffmeistier; basket-
ball manager-F. T. Findlay.
Sophomore Medic. president-J.
Hunter, 'S. Hunter; vice-president-
Lucy Elliott; secretary-0. H. Heidt;
treasurer-C. N. Larson; med. Rep.-
L. A. Hoag; chairman social com-
mittee-I. Lillie; Berg. arms-M.
Mayne; football ianager-E, Koehbe;
baseball mnanager-W. R. Vi; track
inanager-N. A. Myll; basketball
manager-A. -Smith.
Junior Medic. Councilmen-H. S.
Hurlbert, L. Baribeau; president-J.
A. Elliot, J. Senner, and Melzohn;
vice-president-Martha Madison; se-
retary-Shaw, Phail; treasurer-G. E.
Clay, Moore; -med. rep.-J. W. Brown,
Gillman, and St. C lair; baseball
inanager-Wenner; track manager-
Hainell, Wolehagle; president-M-
Drury, Botsford; basketball manager
-La Van.
Senior Dent. Councilien-J. H.
.Hainmel, Wolehagle; president-Me-
Cuinber, G. C. Forester, A. Lautmaun,
A. H. Jansen; vice-president-R. L.
Benedict, S. A. Foy, L. F. Burlingaie,
A. 0. Johnson; secretary-J. W. Sni-
der, R. C. O'Donnell, W. S. Quinn;
treasurer-Jones, F. R. Harding, S.
Xingsberry, F. C. Tech; football
manager-H. W. Geiger, Robinson, F.
A ..McCarthy, Chinchester; track man-
age r-W. E. Sargent, Wilbur, J. G.
Warren; basketball ianager-W. K.
Otis, Stone, Sarto, Monk; baseball
manager-C. Locke, J. W. Hall.
Pharmic. Councilmen-J. M. Noble,
C. H. Rogers. (No class officers nomi-
nated.)

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