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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1912.
Night Editor H. Beach Carpenter.
THE ANVIL CHORUS.
This is one of those dark miserable
days when you can't see the sun
through the clouds-a day of gloom. If
Michigan had won yesterday this
would be like the usual Ann Arbor
day-one of sunshine. But the unex-
pected happened-the team lost.
A week ago the Princeton eleven
swamped the Orange with an ava-
lanche of touchdowns. An even deep-
er gloom than that which holds Mich-
igan today, dropped down over Syra-
cuse. A hopeless task-to make .a
team out of that wreck.
But 'the wreck righted. The student
body had a great deal to say about the
resurrection. It braved the impossi-
ble. And won. Michigan didn't play
the team that Princeton annihilated.
It played a brand new Orange team, a
team that went out and fought to a
victory because the scnool stuck to a
Don't give an ear to the man with
the hammer. Refuse audience to the
anvil chorus. It is a famed for pre-
mature swan songs as it is for ab-
sence at mid-week games and mass
meetings: During cheers for the team
and the school it rests its lungs, and
between cheers, yells "Rotten!" at the
The anvil chorus never helped Mich-
igan to a football victory or any other
kind of a victory. It won't help Mich-
igan trim the opponents still on the
schedule-the big opponents. The
student body as a whole will stick-it
always has. Then at the finish of an-
other big Michigan year, look for the
anvil artists and find them-in their
holes whither they have gone for the
long between-season sleep.
DAME VICTORY IS FICKLE FOR
(Continued from page 1.)
tener, or had he stayed in the game
longer, it too would have had an ef-
feet upon the score.' Cochran at cen-
ter and Norton at tackle were strong
on the line, and with Benton and Dor-.
rance compelled Detroit to resort to
more open playing, as every attempt
on the part of the visitors to plough
through the line was ineffectual.
Gault and Davis Active
Kelley, Purcell, and Kellar were the.
mainstays of the visitors, and their
execution of passes netted them all of
Detroit's points. Gault and Davis time
after time intercepted Kelley's passes,
and prevented long gains and, as the
Detroit players used this style contin-
uously, they had their hands full.
Summary: Freshman-Davis, L.E.;
Benton, L.T.; Raymond, L.G.; Coch-
ran, C.; Dorrance, R.G.; Horton, R.T.;
Dillman, R.E.; Hunt, Q.; Rhoem, L.H.;
Gault, Smith, R.H.; Diehl, F.B.
University of Detroit-Kellar, L. E.;+
Martz, L.T.; Danzer, L.G.; Roscupp,
C.;, Hunt, R.G.; Fitzgerald, R.T.; Wil-
kinson, Barton, Mullane, Heoppy, R.E.;
Purcell, Q.; Harbeck, DeCoster, L.H.;
Kelley (Capt.), R.H.; High, F.B.
Score-Freshmen, 16; Detroit, 19.
Referee, Thomas, Coe College. Um-
pire, Lane, Michigan. Head linesman,
We know your ways; we know your
We know that you go down to
But let's cease, ere we come to
Indulgent coed. -H. E..L.
"I don't care if that alarm never
"Darn these here dollar razors and
"One box of those mixed ones with
the pink ribbon, please."
Ad Infinitum in Insipidity.
'Gild your eyebrows, Percy, if thee
would woo a banker's dott-er."
"Turn on your smile, Alice; here
comes that man who always asks a
Ann Arbor fem to the Hop."
"Chop, a hole in the ceiling so the
villainess may cast her eyes up to
(Noiseas of missiles mpving through
In training for your regular sink-er-
swim lunch at the Union this p. m.?
We could say several colyums about
them All-freshies, but our remarks
might not fit in well with the morn-
ing's sermon. Full details in the Brim-
NINE CLASSES PICK OFFICERS
FOR THE YEAR.
(Continued from. page 1.)
manager, 0. Z. Ide; track manager,
C. B. ,Haff. The president will be chos-
en at a special election. J. S. Craw-
ford and T. F. Murphy are candidates.
Fresh engineers: president, Merit D.
Haag; secretary, F. K. Hirth; baseball
manager, Harold Hicks; track mana-
ger, Carman Smith. A special election
for the other offices will be held Sat-
urday from 9:15 to 12:30 o'clock, room
311. The candidates are as follows:
vice-president, F. Halloway and 0. 0.
Lenninger; treasurer, D. Chatfield
and E. McAllister; basketball mana-
ger, Jack Finkenstaedt, and A. A. Ray-
Fresh pharmics: vice-president, C.
E. Pitkin; secretary, J. K. Lily Jr.,
treasurer, E. W. Crysler; athletic man-
ager, R. M. McGregor. Election for1
president will be held Wednesday at
4:00 o'clock, room 30 Those receiv-
ing the highest vote for president at
yesterday's ballot were W. L. Seibert
and R. F. Smith.
Fresh dents: president, Robert
Brown; vice-president, Lum; basket-
ball manager, Melvin; track manager,
A. D. Robinson; seargeant-at-arms,
Whitmyre: A special election will be
held for .secretary, treasurer, football
manager and ba'seball manager.
Fresh medic: vice-president, Mary
Fieher; secretary, Anna Dumont;
treasurer, W. Egan; football manager,
J. Gates. A special election for presi-
dent will be held Monday at 5:30
o'clock, second floor, medical building.
The candidates are Earl May and
Fresh homeops: president, E. S.
Thornton; vice-president, P. H. Hayn-
es; secretary, Bessie Newcomb; treas-
urer, R. S. Stauffer. A special election
will be held for the athletic manager,
yesterday's ballot resulting in a tie
between D. M. Cla:ke and G. J. Smith.
And expect us to be merry on an oc-
casion like this! We won't; we'll let
the contribs do the toiling.
Poes' License Hereby Revoked.
Who is it cannot but remember
The reputation of her gender;
How last words count with an of-
The fair coed.
Who can be true to eyes of' blue,
And brown and gray and black
Can anyone? Can we? Can you?
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