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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 22, 1914.

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VOUCHERS WIL B
SI YEN TRACK MEN
Certificates of Merit Will Be Handed
to Twenty-Two Cross Country
Men Friday
AWARDS TO BE MADE AT BANQUET
Certificates of merit will be given to

Two Separate Dress Rehearsals
Held Last Evening to
Perfect Details

MEN PREPARED FOR
INITIAL STUNTFEST

Were

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Football Teamn Leav-es Tonight
Coach_ Yost and the football
teama leave at 9:30 o'clock to-
night from the Michigan Central
station for Syracuse, N. Y.,
where Michigan plays her first
eastern game Saturday with
Syracuse university. The team
will arrive in Syracuse at 11:40
o'clock Friday morning and be
quartered at the Yates hotel.
The return trip will be made
Saturday night, arriving in Ann
Arbor at 8:12 o'clock Sunday
morning.
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8:00

NUMBERS ON ,PROG*RAMI

assembly,
building,

room 348,
at 10:00

NINE

It required two separate dress re-I

eting for nomination
in 203 Tappan hall,

twenty-two members of last year's hearsals last evening to prepare the
cross-country squad tomorrow at the program which will be crowded into

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banquet which will be held in the Occi- one entertainment at the first annual

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dental hotel at Ypsilanti. These vouch-

"Funcert" of the Varsity band which

club meeting, Michigan
o'clock.

ers are awarded as the only recom- will start in Hill auditorium at 8:00
Union, pense to men who faithfully helped to o'clock this evening, to the strains -of
build the 1913 team and yet were not the "Victors." The glee and mando-

:ophone party, Michigan Un-
o'clock.
UT POLITICS"
BINS UP AGAIN

I Promising is Said
On In Engineering
unior Class

To

able to win their "C-C-C's" and in
those cases serve the same purpose as
the "R" given to scrubs in football
and baseball. -
The banquet will' be held at the con-
clusion of a race which starts at the
gymnasium and ends at the hotel. Two!
squads-slow and fast-will make thel
jaunt tomorrow instead of their reg-
ular workout and for the first time this
season a stop watch will be used to
register the time of the try-outs.
In addition to the 35 cross-country
men expected at the dinner, the soccer
team which plays at Ypsilanti tomor-
row will also attend in a body, making
the affair a general "blow out" for the
participants in minor sports. Coach
McCall of the soccer team will speak
as well as Intramural Director Rowe,
Captain Trelfa of the cross-country
team, President Young of the cross-

L BE HELD TODAY
of about 12 men had

nior

for the presi-
ngineers, and
. called up on
r four, of his

eanut politics.
ior engineers will ho
president at 10:00 o'c
r officers were electe
o majority was obta
office in the class.
n who had been app
phone repeated the
had had with one
of the "ring,":who ca
the election, asked
'oing to vote for th
him who he thought
i, praised the other
aid that he was a da
use bound to certai
ended up by saying
>est man for the jo
iproached said that h
to testify before the

to vote, country club, and several members of
e Michi- last year's team. L. F. Terry, '15E,
,lso said will be toastmaster.
y begun Several candidates will go to Ypsi-
>ositions lanti by rail, lugging along the cloth-
ncy had ing of the runners so that they might
andidate be able to dress in their civilian attire
Ltion re- before the banquet. These men will
campus leave on the 4:10 car and it will be-
a stand necessary for all cross-country men
to report not later than 3:45 o'clock at
ld elec- Waterman gymnasium.
lock to- The men who will receive their cer-
d Tues- tificates of merit tomorrow are:
ined for Lyon F. Terry, '15E, Howard L. Car-
roll, '17E, Philip P. Angier, eng. spec.,
roached G-len D. Aldrich, '16L, Joseph A. Ber-
conver- nard, '16, Harry E. Brown, '14, William
of the R. Carpenter, '17L, Harry T. C'ummins,
lied him '16, Norman H. Davidson, '16E, George
' him if B. Fox, '16E, Ralph C. Glassier, '15E,
:e right Jacob L. Grauman, '17E, Floyd L.
was the Young, '16L, Ronald R. Monroe, '15,
candi- Standish W. Robinson, '16, Guy E.Saw-
ngerous yer, '17E, Samuel Shapiro, '16L, Frank
n 'inter- L. Walters, '16, Kenneth W. Vance,1
that X '16, Donald A. Wallace, 'l6L, Marion
b. The V. Bailey, '17, Thomas C. Trelfa, '16E.

lin clubs went through their stunts in
University hall while the band and
specialties rehearsed at! the auditori-
um.. All were present except Fred
Lawton, '11, who will arrive from De-
troit this morning.
The official program includes nine
leading numbers, but numerous en-
cores have been prepared which are
expected to fill the evening full. Spot
lights and stereopticans have been ar-
ranged to furnish pictures. and light
effects as part of the program.
Beside his "Yost" and "Strongheart,"
which appear on the program, Law-
ton's other numbers will depend up-
on what accompanist he can obtain.
"Eddie" Howell '13E, who accompanied
Lawton while ln.college, willimake an
effort to get down from Flint, tonight,
in time to take part in the program but
if he does not arrive Earl Moore, of'
the school of music, will assist him in
a number which is familiar to both.
Moore collaborated with Lawton in
the production of "Varsity," which
Will be among the numbers played by
the band and mandolin club tonight.
According to the custom of vaude-
ville shows in Ann Arbor the audience
will take an important part in the pro-
gram by singing the refrain to the
tune of "We're Going to the Hamburg
Show," to be sung by C. Stanley Lamb,
'18. The program follows:
1. (a) "Victors," (b) "Varsity)" by
the band, glee and mandolin clubs.
2. Overture "Light Cavalry," "Ad-
ele," by the band.
3. Monologue, by C. Stanley Lamb,
'18.
4. "Patches and Powder Puffs," by
Durward Grinstead, '14.
5. "Yost" and "Strongheart," by J.
Fred Lawton, '11.
6. "Cecilie Waltz," by the Mando-
lin club.
7. "The Raven," H. L. Nutting, '15L.
8. "College Days," by Chase Sikes,
'16E, and Glee club.
9. "The Yellow and Blue," by the
audience.
Encores include numbers by a vocal
quartet, a string quartet and a saxo-
phone duet beside a number of vaude-
ville stunts by participants which will
be put on if the audience is insistent.
Among the firms who have taken
space in the official program are Tink-
er, clothier; Quarry's Drug Store; the
Arcadia; Lyndon; Foster's Art Store;
the Temple theatre; the University
Music Store; the Majestic theatre;
Tuttle's; Oren's Cafeteria; the Busy
Bee; Malcom, tailor; Wahr's Book-
store; Sheehan's Bookstore; Granger's
Academy; Schaeberle; Haller Jewelry
Store; Davis . & Ohlinger, printers;
Mack and Co.; Farmers and Mer-
chants bank; Morrill, stenographer;
Moe's Barber Shop; the Ann Arbor
Savings Bank; the South University
Pharmacy; I. C. Kidd, the sophomore
tailor; Trojanowski's Barber Shop;
the Ann Arbor Press and Huston's.
Tickets have been put on sale at
various points on the campus and from
early returns every seat in Hill audito-
rium will be occupied when the fun
starts at 8:00 o'clock. All those.sell-
ing tickets are requested to settle up
at headquarters by 6:00 o'clock this
evening.

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Dean Effinger Will Meet His Classes
Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter-
ary department, who has been con-
fined to his home for the past week
by illness, will hold his regular morn-
ing office hours for the next few days,
but will not keep the afternoon hours.
He will also meet his classes.
CANFI ELD TALKS ON
COMMONDISEASES
Sutton Elected President of Health
Service Representatives
Last Night

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

LOWER RATE M
FOR HARVARD
Large Number. of Underi
Going to Cambridge Cau
Special Arrangement
to Be Made
1,167 TICKETS ARE SOLD
MICHIGAN-fiARVARD (
lleavy Demand For Seats to
and Pennsylvania Gami
in Ann Arbor
That the Michigan team wil
supporwea at tihe arvard gan
sured by the fact thatthe at
sociation authorities report I
tickets have already been
large proportion of these wil
by undergraduates.
Tickets to the Pennsylva
Cornell games continue to be
up at a rapid rate. Exclusi'
student applications, 6,196 t
the Penn game, and 2,034 to
nell game have been contra
It is estimated that the stude
cations will increase these fi
more than 5,000.
Because of the large numb
to the Harvard game, a sp
rangement has been made 1
students can secure Pullman
modations at a cheaper rate th
previously announced. Those
this special party can secure
lowing rates; two in a lowe
$36.50; one in lower berth, $38
in upper berth, $37.50.
The above figures include t
ilege of using the car Friday
Boston, where it will be park
convenient place, thus avoidi
expense. The car will leave on
cial train Thursday afternoo:
ing in Boston in time for the N
smoker Friday evening. The t
return Saturday night at 11:3(

NAME.DI

e would
student

Another member of the class knows
>me of the other men who were
pproached, and will sound them to-
ay as to their willingness to testify
fore the student council. This eng-
.eer said yesterday that he will bring
.e matter up before the council, even
.ough today's election shows that the
cused candidate is not elected.
A. T. Ricketts, '15E, president of the
runcil, said last night that the coun-
1 would investigate any case, if direct
ridence is presented to it. It prob-
bly will not take any action unless
>me definite complaint or protest is
ade. Even if the offending person
ils of election, the council will take
eps to punish him. ,
Tuesday night, as the results of the
ection were being written up for
'ednesday's issue of The Daily, an
nknown person called up the reporter
ho handles the class elections. He
quested that there be included in
e account of the junior engineer
ection, the statement that peanut
>litics had been eliminated, since the
indidate who had been nominated by
etition had obtained the smallest
Lmber of votes and would not be in
e running in the final election, which
>mes today.

COOLEY TO GO TO BIG SMOKER
Appointed to Represent University at
Harvard Smoker
President Harry B. Hutchins has
appointed Dean M. E. Cooley, of the
engineering department, as the official
delegate of the university to attend
the Michigan smoker at Boston, on the
eve of the Harvard-Michigan game,
October 30.
This smoker will be one of the larg-
est gatherings the New England
alumni ever held. Pres. Hutchins had
intended to attend the affair himself,
but the date conflicts with the 'annual
meeting of the l\Iichigan State Teach-
ers' association.
Literary Society Meets This Evening
Alpha Nu literary society will meet
tonight at 7:00 o'clock in the Alpha
Nu rpoms, University hall, when pa-
pers will be read on the cotton situa-
tion in the South and on the progress
of the European war. The society
will then convene for the second ses-
sion of the Hague conference, at which
Germany will defend her position
against the' claims of France while
Austria and Russia will advance
claims for satisfaction, The meeting
will adjourn in time for the Band
Bounce.

"Too great a community of interest
is the cause of diseases in the frater-
nity houses," was the statement made
by Prof. R. Bishop Canfield of the uni-
versity hospital staff, and an eminent
throat specialist, before the meeting
of health service representatives held
in -the medical building last evening.
Dr. Canfield cited the instance of the
use of common napkins and roller
towels in many of the organization
houses to prove his point.
Before the lecture of Dr. Canfield, an,
election of officers for the general or-
ganization was held. George D. Sut-
ton, '15M, was elected president, and
Miss Clara Roe, '15, was elected sec-
retary of the body. The constitution
of the organization was amended so
that two physicians could be appointed
on the advisory committee with Dr.
H. H. Cummings of the university
health service. Accordingly H. S. Hul-
bert, '14M, and Dr. Elsie S. Pratt were
appointed on this committee.
The following persons were named
to fill positions on the executive com-
mittee, representing the five different
groups of organizations: men's gen-
eral fraternities, R. M. McKean, '16,
men's professional fraternities, W. I.
Lillie, '15M, men's house clubs, A. C.
James, '15D, women's sororities, Helen
Patterson, '16, women's league houses,
Evelyn Roberts, '15.
Dr. Canfield said that all students
who are found to be suffering from
throat infections or similar contagious
diseases should be isolated completely
from other persons in the house. He
said that the clothing, toilet articles
and dishes of the diseased person
should not be used, unless first ster-
ilized thoroughly.
In a short talk, Dr. Cummings of the
health service pointed to records
showing that out of 250 severe throat
infections last year, 193 were in or-
ganized rooming houses.
The meeting was attended by dele-
gates from 32 fraternities, nine men's'
house clubs, six sororities, and 11
women's league houses. Several large
unorganized rooming houses sent rep-!
resentatives, at the request of the
health service.
Class Football Men Will Meet Today
Intramural Director Rowe has called
a meeting of class football managers
for 5:30 o'clock today in his office in
the athletic association building. The
rules to govern class competition will
be decided and all managers will en-
roll their teams at this time. Draw-
ings .for play will be made tomorrow
and the schedule will be begun Mon-
day.

accommodations by paying tho
ence between their fare and
amounts named above.
Selden 'S. Dickinson, '13-5L
W. W. Welsh, '14, are in char ge
car, and will be at the Union on
and Saturday afternoons from 4
6:00 o'clock, and all day Saturd
provide accommodations.
Moe Gives Picture of Campus to
0. A. Moe, a barber on nort
versity avenue has presented the
igan Union with a picture of th
pus as it was 40 years ago. T]
ture was a present from Pr
Tappan to Mr. Moe in 1874. Ut
ty hall as it was with the talli
which were later removed, the (
and medic buildings, and a i
the present economics building
all that the campus had to sh
fence encircled the grounds, at
about six buildings had been
east of east University.
Faculty Men Invited to Roads 0
Faculty men of the Univers
Michigan lave received a gene
vitation to attend the Good Road
vention to be held in Milwauke
week. The meeting will be' he
der the auspices of the Northw
Roads Congress, Michigan bei:
of the states included in its te:
F. F. Rogers, state highway en
of Michigan, will address the c
tion.
Prof. Wenley Will Lecture in S
Prof. R. M. Wenley will give
versity extension lecture Frid
Saginaw on "The Philosophy
ligion." He will speak on "T
ture of Philosophy" in Paw
Mich., on Tuesday, October 27.
Relation of Philosophy to Life"
the subject of his address befo
New Thought club of Detroit c
vember 3.

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FRED LAWTON, farn
entertainer
C. S. LAMB, the vaude
find
H. L.NUTTING, Red
Chatauqua Star
Chase Sykes, college

SEND THE BAND TO HARVARD
Twenty-five cents all over the house

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