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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1912.
TATE HUMBLED BY
II BET WEEN
AlS IN VICTO-
TH E WEATHER MAN
LINE IS WONDERI
>mson and Allmendinger
s of Contest Marked byx
Good Line Work.
eenth and last clash for
to come of the Michigan
tate University football
assed into history without
e rooters realizing their
n years of striving.
7, when the two elevens
ach other on the chalked
since the Maize and Blue
ministered the first of a
itouts to the Ohio players,
season has passed without
the hearts of the Buck-
shing the Wolverines, and
t revenge to wipe out pre-
iations. At no time have
le to score over six points
le contest against Michi-
succession of defeats in--
r desire for a victory as
came and went.
they become active mem-
"great" Western Confer-
den ground for Michigan
d will be out of the reach
srines for good. 0. S. U.
good teams into the field
ince the initial bout, but
s had better ones; both
; always been on the most
ns for fifteen years and
I battles having been
>k forward to.
F is Not a Hard One.
t of the previous clashes,
vas easy for the Wolver-
y, and the thing that con-
t to her defeat was the
lowing of the Michigan
yed at all stages, despite
>re, the Buckeyes appear-
Is but once during the
aching the Wolverine goal
to attempt drop kicks at
: times in the last quar-
aear enough to make them
he forward passes which
:ed by Michigan been suc-
in part, the score would
cidedly larger, but luck in
was against them. When
favorably upon them, it
'oints though, as revealed
ire of a fumbled ball by
ig. His subsequent run of
rith it in Sam White style,
points that it netted, care
o a different element.
,he first score came in this
next was only acquired
t hammering at the Buck-
d pushing the ball down
wly but surely for fifty
e goal. Within a few yards
aptain Thomson was sent'
clinching touchdown, and
ked his second goal. This
rly in the fourth quarter
ie scoring for both teams.
the final period of play
ed equally by the teams,
ig to the Wolverine play-
al dangerous minutes to
ents when they tried to
Forecast for Ann Arbor-Sunday
fair; moderate southwest to westerly
University Observatory - Saturday
7:00 p. m. temperature 43.6; maxi-
mum temperature 67.4; minimum tem-
perature 43.4; wind velocity 10 miles.
guard played the greatest game of his
career and was Michigan's bright and
shining star of the conflict, although
Craig, Paterson, McHale, and Thom-
son came in for their share of glory.
Hughitt showed his value to the team
by intercepting Ohio's forward passes
when they appeared dangerous, and
his offensive playing was creditable.
An incident appr'oaching the intense-
ly dramatic occurred when Ryan of
Ohio was laid out and carried from
the gridiron. Full of fight before the
accident, this forced removal from
the fray broke him down, and he left
the field shrouding his face in his
blanket, ashamed to look at the curi-
ous but sympathetic throng. The
stands cheered loud and long, both.for
him and for Raymond who was also
injured. It is feared that the latter's
injury will result seriously, as the
first examination revealed a possible
concussion of the brain.
Ohio State Uses Many Subs.
Yost is satisfied with the showing
of his charges and he rates the 0. S.
U. team as being above the average.
Richards of Ohio State was forced to
make use of the biggest part of his
entire squad, sending in men at the
rate of one every two minutes when
the Wolverines' advance looked men-
The largest crowd that ever wit-
nessed a game at Ohio State filled the
(Continued on page four.)
H. F. Baker Speaks Here Tomorrow.
The Hon. Herbert F. Baker of
Cheboygan, speaker of the house of
representatives at Lansing, will deliv-
er a speech in the interests of the Na-
tional Progressive party at 8:00
o'clock tomorrow evening in a trial
room at the court house.
dy* * * m * * *
Saturday's Football Scarf
Minnesota 13, Nebraska 0.
Chicago 24, Iowa 13.
Wisconsin 42, Purdue 0.
Drake 6, Kansas 0.
Ames 29, Missouri 0.
Kentucky 19, U. of Cincinnati 13.
Alma 19, Albion 7.
M. A. C. 52, Olivet 0..
Illinois 13, Indiana 7.
Mt. Union 19, Case 6.
Detroit Central 69, A. A. H. S. 0.
Brown 30, Pennsylvania 7.
Penn .State 29, Cornell 6.
Vanderbilt 46, Georgia 0.
Yale 6, Army 0.
Harvard 4, Amherst 0.
Princeton 62, Syracuse 0.
Lafayette 14, Ursinus 0.
Swarthmore 21, Navy' 6.
Carlisle 45, Pittsburg 8.
* * * * * * * *
* * *
FIRST-YEAR ELEVEN IS UNABLE
TO WORK TOGETHER RESULT-
ING IN A WALKA WAY FOR
SCRAPPY HILLSDALE TEAM.
SCORE OF FARCE IS 32 TO 6
Game Replete With Fumbles, Disputes,
and General Absence of
Offsetting the gladsome news of the
shut-out of the Buckeyes by the Var-
sity at Columbus, the outcome of the
Freshmen-Hillsdale scrap looms up
PL AN NOVEL SUNDAY PROGRAMS. ominously in the foreground as a dark,
dank, and subterranean message
Interesting Musical Numbers Provided from the diminutive Indian rubber god
For Union Members Today. of things as they ought not to be.
Faculty and students will meet to- Weird, fantastic, and puzzling are the
gether at the Michigan Union this af- adjectives best suited for an attempted
description of the affair, but in their
ternoon at the usual weekly gathering. superlative degree theyare inadequate
The committee in charge of the Sun- to do justice to yesterday's perform-
day programs has decided to endeav- ance at Ferry field. The score, All-
or to obtain prominent men to address fresh 6, Hillsdale 32, does not tell the
the assembly every week and hopes to story.
For a brief period in the first act the
start the series today with a talk from teams appeared evenly matched and
President W. L. Crawford, of Alle- gave promise of putting up a good ex-
gheny College, who will be in Ann Ar- hibition. The beefy first-year line
bor over Sunday. suddenly weakened against the plung-
Vocal music by Bruce Bromley and es of the Hillsdale backfield and once
other musical numbers will be special broken it seemed impossible to collect
features of the program, which will and assemble the pieces. After the first
begin promptly at 3:00 o'clock. Re- quarter the visitors' backfield men
freshments will be served, pushed each other through the yearling
line, or skirted its ends in a consistent
CONSOLIDATION OF UNIONS nianner.
IS NOT CONSIDERED HERE. Most of Hillsdale's points and gains
were secured in the last half of the
Letter on Subject Received Here But game and it seemed as if the first-year
No Action is Taken, men became weaker as the contest
went along. Unable to head the visitors
When asked yesterday in regard to off, the freshmen were forced to allow
the proposed consolidation of the uni- Harwood, Beck, and Barber to make
versity unions of the country, Presi- the gains that later resulted in scores,
dent Edward G. Kemp of the Michigan while their own backfield could not
Union stated that the matter had not gain consistently when the ball was in
been given much consideration by the .their keeping.
local Union authorities. A letter was The game was replete with fumbles,
received here some time ago from the: squabbling, and roughness, one man
Indiana Union which is boosting the being put out for displaying the latter
idea, but the proposal was not discuss# trait while the contest itself was de-
ed at length, it being referred to a layed frequently on account of dis-
committee by the board of. directors1 cussions concerning details.
of the Union at its last meeting. The lineup:
Indiana Union officials are enthusi-1 Michigan Freshmen Hillsdale
astle about the matter of uniting the Dillman, ........R.E........ . DeLap
general organizations of American Norton. ..........R.T. .. .....Rennie
colleges. At a monster mass meetingl Hodge ............. R.G. .........Mason
held at the Hoosier institution last Rhoem...... ..... R.H. .......Barber
week, the consolidation idea was unan- Benton.........F.B..... . Beck
inously favored, and plans were made Corcoran-........C... .. .Wilson
Whereby the sentiment of other col- Catlet........... Q...........Cater
leges on the matter might be learned. Meed............. L.H. ......Harwood
Quail....... ... . .. L.G. ..A.....Bishop
DR. FRENCH WILL CONTINUE Deal...............L.T. ..Carpenter
GREEK AND HEBREW CLASSES Davis....... L.E........Squires
Referee, Steinie; umpire, Borleski;
Although Prof. Craig will not per- head linesman, Dr. May.
sonally conduct any more classes this Time. of quarters, 15 minutes;
semester, the classes in Hebrew and, touchdowns, Harwood (4), Barber,
Hellenistic Greek will be conducted Dillman; goals, Cater, (3).
by Dr. Leslie French until the former's
return. They will recommence this Devise Machine for Revolving Plants.
week at the usual time and place. The An apparatus for revolving flower
other courses by Prof. Craig have been pots so as to secure an equal distribu-
withdrawn and students enrolled in tion of light for plants, has been pre-
these have the privilege of changing pared by the engineering shops for the
to other courses without penalty. botanical laboratory.
* HEALTH ' VSI'S C GERMS.
* Below is the list of boarding *
* houses using boiled water, re- *
* vised up to date. If your board- *
* ing house is not in this list yet *
* keep on asking until the keeper *
* of your eating place serves you *
* with boiled water. *
* .McCain's, Green's,Swartout's, *
* Hurlbuart's,. Wuerth's, Chubb's, *
* Tuttle's, Cutting Cafe,, Pretty- *
* man's, Linda Vista, Benjamin's, *
* Walker's, The Pines, Paris Cafe, *
* Brennan's,Lumbert's, Freeman's, *
* Merkel's, Club Lunch Room, *
* Cobb's, Wolverine, King's, Chap- *
* man's, Park's, McKay's, Dakin *
* House, Ottmer's, Campus Point *
* Cafe, Kidd's, Ideal Restaurant, *
* Mrs. Wightman's. *
* * * * * * *. * * * * *
Early Rising Hour Does Not Preieast
627 Local Enthusiasts Fron
SPECIAL TWENTY MINUTES LATE
Loud sounding alarm clocks were
heard through all Ann Arbor yester-
day morning about 6:00 o'clock, as
627students, of both sexes, rose sleep-
ily to garb themselves and hasten to
the Ann Arbor railroad station.
Luckily for the sake of some bed-
loving students, the special was de-
layed 20' minutes, while the station
master and one assistant tried to sell
tickets to the 127 that had put off their
purchase until the latest moment pos-
sible. These last had opened their
eyes early, and geeing the signs of a
pleasant day had rapidly made up
their minds to swell the host of Michi-
gan rooters bound for Columbus.
Out on the platform a good-natured
mob, its color scheme enlivened by
the bright autumnal tints of feminine
dress, was calling loudly for the train
to st~rt. Finally all were in possess-
sion of their $2 slips and at 7:20 the
conductor swung aboard, giving the
signal for the ten carloads of cheer-
ing students to proceed on their way
to the 0. S. U. battle-field.
Chinese Graduate Gets Good Position.
C. K. Tsao, who took post-graduate
work here last year, has been appoint-
ed secretary of the Chinese Consulate-
general in Ottawa, Canada.
AS A RESULT OF MAJOR]
AND TIE VOTE, THREE
FAIL TO PICK PRESIL
Despite Light Vote Cast, the
Eah Class Office is U
Light voting and hotly
races were the features of
ous class elections held
morning. In the senior lite:
Harold Abbott and Selden
were tied for the office of c
dent, while in the senior n
junior law classes no candid
enough votes to entitle him
fice, so in these three classes
tions will be held sometii
In no class was the' vi
enough to excite comment
absence of so-called "peanu
Yesterday's results follo
Senior lits: president, Har
and Selden Dickinson tied;
ident, Ruth Davis; secreta
Shields; treasurer, E. R.
oratorical delegate, J. Primi
ball manager, M. Foote; bas
ager, Bernard Fallon; girl
ball manager, E. Ehrhorn;
manager, C. Nicholson; tr
ger, R. Melton.
Senior medics: C. S. Kei
C. J. Wood did not receiv
votes to be elected presi
will be voted on later; vice-
Joe Funderburgh; secreta
McGeoch; treasurer, G. H.
football manager,.F. E. Sa
ketball manager, D. W. C]
baseball manager, Reye; tra
ger, Siveke; medical repre;
W. R. McClure and J. S. W
Junior engineers: preside
Williams; vice-president, R.
secretary, Patrick Crowe;
F. R. Van De Laare; base
ger, S. R. Fead; track mana
White; basketball ma1gager,
Junior laws: vice-presid
Ober; secretary, A. F. Lam
urer, J. Jamieson; searge
L. Storkan; baseball mana
Withe row; track manager,
meister; basketball mana
Findlay; oratorical deega
Soph engineers: presiden
Candler; vice-president, G.
secretary, P. H. Middledit
urer, K. Baxter; basketball
H. Parsons; track. mana
All the freshman classes
their elections next Saturda
except the fresh dents wh
morrow morning from 9:0
o'clock. The junior and so
soph engineers and the so
will also elect on Saturda
while the senior dents will
election tomorrow morning
to 1: 00 o'clock.
Michigan Line Holds Well.
he secret of the outcome of yester-
s game is told in a few words.
Michigan line was impregnable,
posed of the unitsAllmendinger,
,rson, Quinn and the others, and
Ohio men rebounded when they
:ed it. Allmendinger at rightj
If you want a bright, Snappy Christian Meeting
Come to the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Plucky
at 6:30 T ONIl G H T
J-LAW PRESIDENT WILL
SELECTED AT LAT]
Another election will be
the office of junior law pre
the election yesterday mo
the three candidates for t
Ralph Snyder and Edward H
neck and neck, neither obtai.
jority of votes. The date of
election has not yet been dec
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Half Who Starred in ame
"The Higher Appreciation of Christianity "