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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FARMER BUCKS ARE DEFEATED
AT 55-7 SCORE.
(Continued from page 1)
great end, both on defense and offense
and his work on forward passes was
pretty. Pontius was a tower of strength
on defense.. Toward the last of the
game many substitutions were made,
nine second choices being picked and
they displayed good form, showing
that there is a wealth of material this
year. B. Miller and Riblet were the
brightest comets in the M. A. C. squad
and did excellent work.
Michigan received the kickoff and
started toward the Farmer's goal, and
were making a grand march until Mr.
Miller interfered and grabbed seven
points for the upstaters. The quarter
ended with the same count although
Michigan made enough ground by line
bucks to get a dozen touchdowns but
costly fumbles spoiled it all. In the
second quarter Michigan took the ball
on its own twenty yard line and
marched straight up the field almost
to the goal posts only to lose the ball.
So it had to be done all over and as it
was, Chaddock, left tackle being the
spot that was aimed at with alternate
bucks by Craig and Thomson. Finally
Jimmy shot over and the rooters
breathed easier when they realized

Touchdowns-B Miller, Craig 2,
Hughitt 2, Bushnell; Barton, Huebel
and Thomson; Goals from touchdowns
-Riblet, Patterson 7; time of quarters
-15 minutes.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES
At The Whitney.
The Coburn Players pay a very con-
siderable attention to detail but do not
permit their scenic equipment to over-
"shadow their characterizations of the
different plays which they present.
Their appearance here will be at the
Whitney theater on Monday, October
21.

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COBURN PLAYERS

Whitney
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Monday, Oct. 28
CHARLES FROHirAN
Presents
CHA RLES
CHERRY
In that big human and
humorous play
"Passer-s=By"
by
C. Haddon Chambers,
author of "Tyranny of Tears"
4 Months at the Criter-
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New York City

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Majestic Anniversary Week.
This will be anniversary week at
the Majestic theater *and incidentally it
marks the fifth season of the popular
playhouse under the management of
Arthur Lane. He has selected a vaude-
ville program of unusual merit to cel-
ebrate this event. "A jay circus," a
laughable travesty on the familiar one
ring circus, will be the big funmaking
act of the show. Junie McCree's own
company of comedians in his famous
"Dope Fiend" sketch will be another
star feature. Next Thursday Adams
and Guhl better known as "the two ad-
mirals" will return with their newest
musical farce and company of comedi-
ans and girls. The policy of giving
four matinees each week on Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday will
continue throughout the entire season.

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The Greek Tragedy of
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Translated by G. I'Iurray

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the count was tied.
The play at this stage was extremely
poor and at least four touchdowns
were thrown away. Fumbling was
frequent and fifteen were recorded in
the first half. At the start of the sec-
ond half Barton had replaced Torbet
and Collette had gone in for Carpell.
The half started with two fumbles
but Michigan finally steadied down
and marched up the field for a touch-
down, Thomson making the play. Pon-
tius was hurt and Peterson replaced
him. "Bubbles" Paterson flashed into
the limelight here by grabbing a for-
ward pass not intended for him, Hue-
bel got away on the next play and
made a pretty run of 42 yards for
another tally. This ended the scoring
in this period, Michigan totaling 21
and M. A. C. 7.
In the last quarter the big explosion
took place and the rooters kept yelling
for more touchdowns which came as
fast as the yells. Bushnell went in at
quarter here, Musser for Quinn, and
the following other men were given
a chance to display; Hughitt, Cole,
Wyman, C. Quinn, Bleich. To start
the quarter Thomson and Barton pull-
ed off one of their favorite tosses and
"Charley" made a score. Michigan
carried the ball to the Farmer's five
yard line and then a fumble delayed
matters a few minutes when Craig
bucked through for another counter.
After that they came fast, Hughitt
doing stellar work and crossing the
last chalk line twice while Bushnell
tallied once. The figures on the score
board kept getting larger until 55 was
reached when the time keeper's whis-
tle ended it with the ball in Michigan's
posession on the upstaters fifteen yard
line and another score in sight.
M. A. C. was not downcast over the
result although the score was a little
larger than was expected. It is the
first time in the history of the schools
that the Farmers have made a touch-
down against Michigan and is ,better
than the game just ten years ago yes-
terday when the count was 119 to.0.
The lineup and summaries:
Michigan M. A. C.

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Junior lit football practice Monday
3:30 p. m. on South Ferry field.
Soph lit football practice Monday at
3:30, South Field, Monday last day for
physical examination.
All students from Kansas City, in-
terested in the formation of a Kansas
City club, meet at the Union Tuesd-
day evening, October 15, at seven
o'clock.
Soph engineer football practice Mon
day 4:00 p. m., South Ferry field.
Changes of address, etc., for Stu-
dent's Directory must be in before
October 15. Hugh Allerton, 345 S. Di-
vision St.
EMINENT READER TO GIVE
RECITAL TUESDAY EVENING
(Continued from page 1)
"The Little Minister."Her study of the
Scotch dialect on its native heath has
made her its foremost exponent in this
country, where she has been a promi-
nent member of the National Speech
Arts Association since its organization.
The entertainment will be held at
8:00 p. m. in Uiversity Hall, and seats
may be obtoined at the box-office of
the association in that building from
2:00 to 4:00 Tuesday afternoon, admis-
sion fifty cents, or by season ticket.
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