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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914.

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TT'S RETURN
IT ERS VARSITY
lot Resumes Prac ice With
'ed Arm Hanging in
an Unwieldy
Position
ER BECOMES LATEST
DATE FOR LINE BERTH
Coaches Drill Forwards;
e" Heston New Aid to
Yost's Corps
Hughitt was back in foot-
sterday afternoon, and Wol-
.ron stock took a big jump.
i field general was able to'
ynsford's passes, and kick
hie ball; although his in-
hung in a rather unnatural
en not in use, and was stiff

TQDAY
Interclass football contests, south
Ferry field; junior lits vs. homeops,
soph lits vs. soph engineers, dents
vs. fresh lits, fresh laws vs. fresh en-
gineers.
TOMORROW
Interclass football contest, soutU Fer-
ry field; pharmics vs. combined soph
and fresh medics.
Choral Union concert, Mine. Gadski,
Hill auditorium, 8: 0 o'clock.
SPEED TEVIEA
IN. OUSNG STYLE

DOUBLE BILL SET
FOR ROAD PAC ERS
Cross-Country Men Stage Two Events
This Week; Novice Race Comes
Tomorrow Afternoon

TRACK ASPIRANTS
SEEM PROMISING
Unusual Early Season Form Shown by
More Than 30 Men in First
Hard Work-out

HOLD FINAL ROUND OF ALL-
C03IERS TOURNAMENT TODAY
Crawford Crosses Raquets With Mack
For Tennis Laurels and
Comnstock C up

GIANT DANCE WILL
CLOSE PENN SAM

Weather conditions permitting, the Union Boat Club Arranges "Fo
Fr li e a i., d (T win,
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LEADERS TO RECEIVE LETTERS LYNCH RUNS TWO MILES IN 9:35

Cross-country men wil engage in

Track athletes had their first real

finals in the all-comers tennis tour- For Evening of Big
nament will be played off at 2:00o Strgi gle
o'clock this afternoon between C.tu
Crawford, '16, and C. N. Mack, '16. tR'HESTRA OF 20 MUSIC
Enough rain fell Saturday to spoil SECURED TO FURNISH H
the courts, but they will be in shape SEUDTFR HH
this afternoon. Play will be for theTcesCsig7 et o
best three out of five sets. Matches1Tickets Costing 75 Cents Go
will be played on the Ferry field courts at Union Desk Next
in front of the tennis grand stands. Sunday
Student athletic books will admit. Arrap

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some hard competition this week. The I work-out last weekY, more than 30 men

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Idy. Harvard Invaders to Leave Michigan
an injury before Saturday, Central Station at 2:33 O'clock
n will surely start against Tomorrow Afternoon
n. How long he will last-
r of conjecture, as any kind STUDENT ROOTERS GO THURSIAY
might again dislocate the,
put him,out for good. The When the Varsity leaves at 2:33
he veteran marked the send- o'clock tomorrow afternoon, on the
of the substitute quarter-
rie Reserves, Bushnell, Hue- most important eastern invasion in its

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.eger being retained on the

.ken onto Varsity
taken over onto the
lay, in the efforts of
ke the linemen fight
guard position. Wat-
i about assured, but;
aside Captain Rayns-
emen was the princi-
yesterday's practice,
ed by the arrival of
the greatest back
d. Harry Hammond,
.nd Hugh White are
te coaches on hand

history, it will be given a rousing
send-off by the supporters of the
Maize and Blue. It is expected that
1 the students will, more than duplicate
the send-off of two years ago, when
nearly 1,200 were at the station, in
spite of a heavy rainstorm, to help the
team on its way to Pennsylvania.
The team will travel by the Michi-
gan Central, and reach its destination
about Thursday noon., It will stay at
the Woodland Park hotel, in Auburn-
dale, until nearly time for the game.
The majority of the students going:
to the game will leave Thursday af-
ternoon, arriving in Boston in time for
the smoker, mass meeting and reunion,
to be held by the Michigan University
club of New England at the Copley-
Plaza hotel. ┬░At this celebration the
University band will play, and plenty.
of Michigan spirit will be on tap.
The New England association has
taken 200 tickets to the same, while
the New York association has sent in
an order for 100. A total of 1,400
tickets have been sold to Michigan sup-a
porters.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO HOLD
OPEN HOUSE FOR FOREIGNERS
Men From Far-off Lands Will Be Made
Welcome at Newberry Hall
Tomorrow Night

annual novice race comes tomorrow reporting to limber up. Some of the
afternoon and another chance to select men made excellent time, for so early j
ien for the faster squad will be had in the season.
on Saturday when a special event will One of the most encouraging efforts
be staged for that purpose. ' thus far, was athat of Howard Seeley,
Captain Trelfa has a wealth of ma- '15, who has turned out for the broad
terial for this year's team and aside jump. Although this is his first year
from the showing made in the Ypsi- on the squad, and he has been out for
lanti jaunt last Friday, he knows lit- only a few days, he jumped 21 feet,
tle or nothing concerning the respect- which is a mid-season jump.
ive ability of most of the candidates. Lynch, the two-miler of the 1916
The novice race, which permits any All-Fresh team, ran two miles against'
man in the university to compete, will time, negotiating the distance in 9:35.7
be the first real opportunity for the This is unusual time.
cross- country enthusiasts to get a line A trial race was run in 220 yard
on the prospects. dash, six or seven of the cinder ath-'
The course for tomorrow's event will letes covering the distance in record-
be four and one-half miles and the crowding time.
first two finishers are sure to be Although the turn-out of last week
awarded their "c-c-c's." It is probable encouraged Captain Smith and Train-
that more cross- country letters will er Farrell, more men are urged to re-
be given, the number depending large- port. A special dearth is reported in
ly on the number of men entered. candidates for the upperclass relayE
Track men, who have made varsity teams. As the race to be held at thet
letters, as well as letter men of the Penn game is less than two weekst
cross- country team, are ineligible for away, it is necessary for the senior
this race. Saturday's event is being and junior classes, if they are to bea
put on, to determine which men are to represented, to send out men at once.t
be continued on the fast squad, which!
is to do much of its work about Ferry COUNCIL TO DISCUSS MEANS
field under the eyes of Trainer Farrell OF HANDLING FOOTBALL PEP1
and Intramural Director Rowe. The -
course in this jaunt will be about six Will Take Action on Soph Medic ClassI
miles over the regular route. Elections and Perhapst
Probe Others x
STUDENT DIRECTORY -WILL BE r
PUT ON SALE THIS AFTERNOON Schemes for taking care of over- en-E
thusiasin after big football games will c
True to its promises, the Student be the chief business before the stu-F
Directory, of 1914-1915, will go on dent council at its regular meeting,
sale at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon, at 7:30 o'clock, tonight. The councily
thereby beating the record of last year will also take official action on theb
by four days. Forty more pages are soph medic class, since this is thet
contained in the book than in that of first meeting of the student governorst
last year. To meet the expected de- since the 1917 medics voted to cutt
mand, 2,100'copies have been printed. themselves off from that body.c
Plans for the publishing of a sup- If any complaints against electionsg
plement the second -semester, to con- in the different classes are presentede
tain the names of new students, before the meeting takes place, the1
changes of address and registration, council will begin investigations. Such
are being considered. a complaint would probably precipi-I
tate a discussion of the whole question
Hail Penn Game Tickets Next Week of "peanut politics" and the limitationsI
With practically all the applications placed on the activities of candidates
for tickets to the Penny football game for office.
already in, the athletic association au-t

ANN ARBOR HIGH STAR REPORTS
Freshman Coach Douglas gave his
men a rest yesterday, after their game
with Alma on Saturday, and let the
yearlings off with a h lf hour's brisk
signal drill followed by a run around
the field. All of the men came through
the. struggle in good shape, 'except
Whalen, who suffered a sprained ankle,
and the freshmen will be able to send
their strongest lineup against the Uni-
versity of Detroit on Saturday.
While the Detroiters have usually
been the strongest team played by the
freshmen, they are not especially to
be feared this fall, and should give
the All-Fresh little trouble. Douglas'
men hope to finish the season without
being scored upon, and incidentally,
expect their own score to rmn well
over a point a minute for. the four
games.
Adams, a 220 pound center, with two
years' experience on the Ann Arbor
high school team, came out for prac-
tice last night. Adams has just re-
turned from China, where he has spent
the last few months, and he is still
considerably over weight. He looked
good in signal practice yesterday, how-
ever, and may be given a chance on
Saturday.
PRESIDENTS OF UNIONS TO MEET

ALL-FRESH COACH
ALLOWS MEN REST

Light

Signal Drill Features
Practice in PreparatIon
For Detroit-

First

Arrangements are being complet
for a "Football Frolic," to be giv
under the auspices of the Michig
Union Boat club on the evening of t
Pennsylvania game at the combir
gymnasiums.
The frolic will consist in a dance,
which all Union members will be
vited. Chairman Sidney Steen, '1
has secured "Ike" Fisher's orchest
which will be composed of 20 mu
cians, to furnish music for the occ
ion-
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Special programs featuring t
unique Michigan Union Boat club c
sign will be used. Eight hundred
vors, of special design for this occ
ion, will be distributed. They will
in keeping with the name of the dan
It is expected that more than4
couples will be on the floor of t
combined Waterman and Barba
gymnasiums when the night of l
vember 7 arrives, if last year's cro
may be taken as a fair example. Th
it was necessary to send an overfi
crowd to the Union, but this year f
rangements are being made to acco
modate 100 additional couples, so tl
occurrence will not be repeated.
"Football Frolic," on the night of t
big home game, ax annual affair. Tic
ets, at 75 cents a couple, will be plat
on sale at the Union desk Sunday. 'I
committee in charge' of the dance
composed of S. Steen, '16E, B. Con
ton, '16, R. Thorsch, '16, W. Reed, '16
i W. Wilson, '17, and L. Joslyn, '17.
INTER-GLAS-MEN
IBOOT BALL TOO~

plawn Works From Placement
>lawn was tutored in getting his
is off faster, and was also drilled
'lace kicking, as Yost has decided
form of aerial attack is superior
he drop kick method, on account of
ter accuracy and speed. Benton
also drilled at place kicking yes-
ay, and made a strong showing.
halen is probably out for the sea-
with his ankle, but the other men
in fair shape for Harvard. Most
hem are banged up by the hard
hodist tilt, but will be limbered
by Saturday. Staatz will be ready
ike the right flank, and Benton will
:ept at the left end; with Reimann
Cochran at the tackle posts. Ly-
will be kept at right halfback but
play in the line on defense.

Senior Engineers and 1915 Laws
Games Through Lack
of Opposition

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All foreign students of the univer-
sity will be welcomed by the Cosmo-.

polit'an club at a round-up party, to be
LACK TRYOUTS TO PROMOTE held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in
ACQUAINTANCES AT MEETINGS Newberry hall.
There are many new foreign stu-
Captain Harold Smith, '16, of the dents in the university this year and

thorities have begun the allotment of
seats. The tickets will be mailed the
first of next week.
Applications for seats to the Cornell
game must be in the athletic office by
5:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon, to be
filled in the order of classes. After
that time, all applications will be fill-
ed with the tickets, left after the first
allotment has been made of all the
classes.

Plans International Night on China
Plans for the international night on
China were discussed at a meeting of
the Cosmopolitan club held Sunday
afternoon. It was decided to refer the
matter of definite arrangements to the
board of directors of the club. A meet-
ing of the board was called for next
Saturday evening at 6:00 o'clock. The
meeting will be held at 611 East Lib-
erty street.,

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Koontz and Dickinson Will Attend
Smoker at Harvard
P. D. Koontz, '14-'17L, president of
the Michigan Union, has arranged to
meet with the president of the Har-!
vard Union while in Cambridge for the
Harvard-Michigan game on Saturday.
The Harvard Union is one of the larg-
est and best organizations of the kind
in the country. President Koontz will1
discuss with the Harvard man, the va-
rious activities and functions of the
Union.
Both Koontz and S. S. Dickinson,
'13-'15L, last year's president of the'
Union, will be present as representa-,
tives of the Union at the alumni smok-
er on Friday night at the Copley-Plaza
hotel. Booklets telling of the work
of the Union will be distributed to the
alumni, as one of the preliminary steps
to the campaign for the $1,000,000

1916 LAWS BEST BOIL

arsity track team, announced yester-
ay afternoon that the first of a se-
es of meetings, to promote a better
pirit and acquaintance among track
pirants, would be held at 7:00 o'clock
might in the trophy room of the
'aterman gym.
All .candidates for positions on the
arsity squad have been instructed to
eport. These meetings will be held
ereafter every two weeks until th:
ack season arrives.
KYSTERY SURROUNDS SATURDAY
NIGHT THEFT OF PHOTOGRAPHS

all will be invited to attend. The com-
mittee in charge of the program have
been appointed as f'ollows: O. T.
Kreuser, '17, chairman; B. H. Daw-
son, '16, C. J. Frisbie, '16, and J. Mas-
ferrer, '151E. Refreshments will be
served, and a musical prograit ar-
ranged.
Among those who will speak at the
round-up party are Prof. J. A. C. Hild-.
ner, W. C. Achi, '14-'17L, president of
the Cosmopolitan club, and F. B.
Foulk, '13.
Osborn Talks Before Many Students

YOST'S PILOTS HAVE ALREADY
SAILED ON MATRIMONIAL SEAS

University men filled the Majestic
J. Rentschler, the photographer, Sunday evening to hear Ex-Governor
)ffered a reward of $50.00 for in- Chase S. Osborn and Dr. Norman S.
ition leading to the conviction of Richardson. Mr. Osborn was the
es who pried open the portrait ! fist speaker. He brought out the idea
ay case in front of his studio late that, after passing the noonday of life,
day night and' made away with he has found that those men perish,
ontents. who rely upon themselves alone, andI
ir framed pictures were taken and do not seek to become a pert of a
beft has been reported to the po- higher plan. Dr. Richardson followed
authorities, who are investigating with an address on "The Moral Equiv-
ase. . alent of War."

Yost has harbored a benedict in
addition to Hughitt on the Varsity
squad, although none of the players
suspected the fact. T. H. Bushnell, Jr.,
of Cleveland, the other veteran quar-
terback, was married just before the
gridiron season opened last fall, and
a married man will direct the Michigan
team against Harvard Saturday,
whether Hughitt is able to play or not.
Bushnell kept his secret until a
friend became suspicious of the
amount of mail "Bush" was getting,
and an investigation finally disclosed
the true state of affairs, a friend of
Bushnell's in Detroit, where the cere-
mony took place, letting the cat out of
the bag.
Bushnell married Miss Adele John-
son, of Colorado Sprlings, on October
3, 1913. She is still living with her

parents in the west, as Bushnell ex-
pects to complete his engineering
course in June. He is a member of the
Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and
has won his "M" the last two years at
quarter.
Bushnell refused to either affirm or
deny the request last evening, but his
friends have ascertained the facts, and
frustrated the attempt of the gridiron
star to lIeep the matter a secret until
after his graduation.
The quarterback position seems to
be the susceptible one on the Varsity,
as the only two benedicts are field gen-
erals. The friends of Huebel, Zieger
and McNamara are all suspicious of
their movements, but as far as known
no other Wolverine heroes are con-
templating matrimony.,

club house.
ALUMNAE DESIRES TO ASSIST I
IN PROGRAM FOR CONFERENCE
Communications from Detroit alum-
nae of the university expressing a de-
sire to cooperate with the Women's'
League in obtaining capable speakers
for the Women's Vocational confer-
ence, to be held here in January, have
been received by the Women's League.
Action upon them will be taken by the
conference committee, of which Judithj
Ginsburg, '15, is chairman.
General administration of the con-
ference will begin immediately, as the.
committee is now completely organiz-

Football season opened for the in-
terclass athletes yesterday afternoon,
when the junior laws d.efeated the juh-
for engineers in a 6 to 0 game. The
senior engineers and senior laws each
had teams on the field but their op-
ponents, the combined senior and jun-
ior medics and the senior lits, were
forced to forfeit to them.
The junior law-junior engineer game
was played in halves, quarters being
neglected because of limited time. In
the first half the laws had things their
own way and Rowan put the ball over
for the counter. After the score by
the barristers' the engineers took a
brace and made things hot for their
opponents.
In the second half play was about
even on each side until the last few
minutes, when the engineers began to
threaten the laws' goal. The legal line
held, however, and forced a punt. Mc-
Call received for the laws and ran the
ball back to the line of scrimmage,
where time was called.
Today's schedule is as follows:
homeops vs. junior lits, soph lits vs.
soph engineers, fresh lits vs. dents,
fresh laws vs. fresh engineers.
Alumni Arrange For Harvard Returns
Denver alumni have arranged to re-
ceive play by play returns from the
Michigan-Harvard game Saturday.
Similar gatherings -in Detroit, New
York, Philadelphia and Buffalo have

ed and in a position to begin its work. already been arranged.

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LOOK YE!

"We don't like to brag," but here we are

LOOK YE!

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Dec. 15
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