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TT TEARS UP
iBS' DEFENSE

TODAY
Meeting of the Comedy club in the so-
ciety rooms at 4:30 o'clock.I

FOOTBALL ADEPTS
GET THEIRH PRIZES
Fourteen All-Fresh Players Secure
Sweaters With Numerals
For Service -

TO DEICgATE NEW
STADIUM SATURDAY

Thrice
stiaun

Judge Day Will Appear in Role
Chief Speech-Maker at Cere-
mony Before Game

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Pharmic smoker, Michigan Union, 7:30 Y
o'clock. YEARLINGS MAKE GOOD RECORD DESIGNER CANNOT BE PRESENT

NEW BRACE
INJURED ARM

Triangle dinner, Michigan Union, 8:15
o'clock.

Attack Being Altered
obability of Using
Open Play

with Faculty concert, Hill auditorium, 4:15
o'clock.
Union membership dinner, Michigan
Union, 6:00 o'clock.

All-Fresh numeral sweaters were
awarded to 14 men on Douglas' squad
yesterday. Those who are to receive
the 1918 sweaters are as follows:
Dunn, H. Schultz, W. Schultz, Smith,

Michigan's new $55,000 concrete
football stand on Ferry field will be
officially introduced to the-public next
Saturday afternoon before the Michi-
gan-Pennsylvania game. The dedica-

SOCCER TEAM PLAYS SATURDAY
Battle Creek Normal First Opponent
on Ho©me Schedule
Battle Creek Normal's soccer elev-
en will appear on Ferry field Saturday
morning, instead of Friday as original-
ly announced, to do battle with Michi-
gan's husky soccerites in the first
home game. Coach McCall and his
men have been out every day this
week, and the men seem to show an
improvement in their team play over
what they displayed in the first game
at Ypsilanti.
Coach McCall's aggregation will be
materially strengthened Saturday with
the appearance of a new man in the
lineup. Vasil P. Moisides, '17M, a Turk,
is the latest addition to Michigan's al-
ready cosmopolitan squad, and his ear-
ly performances have attracted Mc-
Call's attention. Moisides played soc-
cer in Turkey.
U'NION, LOOKS FOR-
CROWD ATDINNER

LIVELY EFFUSION
FEATURE PROGH
Harold R. Schradzki, '15L, Will
Forth in Humorous Eloquenc
at Mass Meeting
Friday
FRAK MURPHY, '12-'14L, CAM
ORATOR, AIDS ENTERTAINA
Ticket Distribution Takes Pla
Union Starting This
Afternoon

Atlett was again the star of
in practice yesterday, the
oring all three touchdowns
second team made on the
Ihe coaches had the same
n Tuesday, and are care-
ing the substitute Varsity
ide them in the possible
i will be made on the first
5 still at right half on the
with Hughitt, Splawn and
the other backs. The vet-
rback has -a new brace for
and expects to be able to
all against the eastern in-
:he two big home games

Raymond, Howe, Hendrickson, Whe- tion exercises will be held at 1:30

TOMORROW
Pennsy "pep" meeting, Hill auditori-
un, 7:30 o'clock.
QUAKER FOE1 READY
FOR WESTERN TRTIP
Red and' Blue Team Hold Final Prac-
icle Before Invading Camp
of Wolverines
BROOKE TAKES 85 MEN ON TRIP
(Special to The Michigan Daily.)
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Nov. 4.-

nting yesterday assures
another capable kicker.
erefore be available for
ther Saturday, and Yost
men instead of two to
from scrimmage.
attack is being remodel-
irst team is busily ab-
w plays. It is expected
verines will use open
sater extent in the two
: the coaches have given
of what the plans of

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Barristers Encounter
Opposition in
ermakers

ghting their way against a strong-
am yesterday, the senior engineers
he second time prevented the sen-
aws from scoring, and made nec-
ry a third game in which to play
he tie.
all appearances the engineers
outclassed on the line, but their
Ig power and stiff fighting
ughout the game kept the laws
crossing their goal line. At one
when Johnston of the boiler-
ers had intercepted a forward
the engineers got the ball on the
five yard line, but the legal line
-and the ball went over to the
sters without a score.
e third game of the senior engi-
-senior law series is scheduled
omorrow afternoon. The soph en-
er-combined soph and fresh med-
me is the only tilt scheduled for
las Joins Studebaker Forces
eshman Coach Prentiss Douglas,
has. finished his duties as coach
ie All-Fresh, will leave with his
for Detroit, where he has a po-
n with the Studebaker Corpora-
Douglas is not sure as to wheth-
e will coach the freshmen next
having signed no contract as yet.
Elected to Associate Editorship
thur H. Rowe, '16, was elected
ciate editor of the Michigan For-
at the meeting of the Forestry
last night. This office was creat-
r the purpose of giving experience
ianaging editors. The associate
r will be managing editor the fol-

Pennsylvania's football warriors are
about ready for the Western invasion
to the lair of the Wolverine, and to-
morrow the Red and Blue will have
its last practice and start on the long
journey.
Coach Brooke will take the following
35 players on the trip: Captain Jour-
ney, Norwald, Koons, With-
erow, Dorizas, Pepper, Harris,
Henning, Russell, Hopkins,
Moffett, Murdock, Sealack, Merrill, Ir-
win, Urquhart, Gotwalls, Vreeland,
Rockerfeller, Avery, Tucker, Wray,
Mathews, Tighe and Townsend. Car-
ter, McBrayer, Price, and Borie, of the
hospital squad, will also make the trip.
In addition to Brooke, Coaches Dick-
son, Dwyer and Wallace, and Train-
ers Dee and Morris will be in the Qua-
ker party, which is in charge of Man-
ager Austin.
The lineup which will likely face the
Wolverines. is: Urquhart, le; Harris,
It; Dorizas, lg; Journey, c; Withierew,
rg; Henning, rt; Hopkins, re; Merrill,'
qb; Vreeland, lh; Wray, fb; and Tuck-
er, rh.
CERCLE FRANCAIS ELECTS TEN
NEW STUDENTS TO MEMBERSHIP
Cercle Francais has elected the fol-
lowing students to its membership
roll: Neva Creighton, '15, Clara I.
Jones, '16, Margaret R. Foote, '15, Al-
ice Taylor, '15, Olivia Williams, Mil-
dred A. Bachers, '16, Dorothea Thomp-
son, '17, Henley Hill, Harold B. Cor-
win, '17L, and Charles J. -Frisbie, '16.
Formal initiation will take place at
the next meeting of the Cercle Monday'
night at 8:30 o'clock in the Cercle
Francais rooms. A director for the
society will probably be chosen by that
time.
Provide Football Smoker Attractions
Committeemen laid plans at the
Michigan Union last night for the an-
nual football smoker to be held at
Waterman gymnasium Tuesday night,
November 17. The program of the
smoker will include awarding of "M's"
to players; selections by the musical
clubs, and speeches by faculty and stu-
dent representatives and James Scher-
merhorn of Detroit.
Will Give Lecture on Schiller Tonight
Prof. Eugen Kuhnemann will lec-
ture on Friedrich Schiller at the high
school auditorium at 8:00 o'clock to-
night. Graduates of the German gym-
nasium and of German universities,
residing in Detroit, will come to Ann
Arbor in a special car to attend the
lecture tonight.

lan, Ewert, Pobanz, Romans, Robins,
Ingham and Willard.
The All-Fresh team closed its sea-
son last Saturday, after winning every
game on its schedule and running up
a total of 213 points in the four con-
tests played. The yearlings averaged
well over a point a minute for the sea-
son, and at the same time kept their
opponents from scoring against them.
Following the Ypsilanti Normal
game, which was played with almost
no preparation, and resulted In a 7 to
0 victory, the first year men ran up
big scores on Adrian, Alma and the
University of Detroit, the last named,
being the only team that threatened to
score on Douglas' men. The big total
rolled up by the youngsters showed
that they were worthy sucecssors to
the All-Fresh eleven of last year. In
fact, one has to go back to the 1910 ag-
gregation, to find a freshman team as
well balanced as the one developed by
Douglas this fall.
Of the men receiving letters, several
look like Varsity material for next
fall, Dunn, in particular, looming up
as the most promising successor to
Hughitt at quarterback. Smith is a
line plunger who has not found a line
this fall, that was strong enough to
stop him, while Raymond and the tw'o
Schultz brothers are all good halves.
Raymond should prove especially val-
uable, on account of his ability at
kicking and passing. In the line, P-
banz and Ewert have shown'the most
consistent work, though Howe may
develop into a Varsity center with an-
other year of experience. Robins has
shown up well at end, and his added'
weight gives him the advantage over
Romans.
TALKS ON PANAMA EXPOSITION
Agent From Frisco Gives Illustrated
Travelogue Monday
John Clum, representative of the
Panama Exposition, will give an il-
lustrated lecture on "Picturesque
America and Hawaii, In University
Hall Monday night at 8:00 o'clock. Mr.
Clum is making a tour of all of the
universities of the United States in
the Interests of the Panama Exposi-
tion, and will speak here under the
auspices of the Oratorical association.;
Part of the travelogue will be devoted
to a description of the scenery of Haw-
aii, and an interesting parallel will be1
made in the picturesqueness of some
parts of the United States. The sev-
eral routes by which one can reach the
Panama Exposition will be described
and illustrated by the aid of stereopti-
con views and motion pictures.
Seats for this lecture will be re-
served until 8:00 o'clock for members:
of the Oratorical association, after
which time they will be thrown open
to the public free of charge.
Announces Soph Engineer Committees
Pres. George A. Scheibel, of the
soph engineers, announced the ap-
pointment of the following committees;
yesterday: Social, Robert Collins, H.r
A. Taylor, E. Huntington, G. Smith, C.1
T. Fishleigh; finance, Howard Taylor,
R. Day, and class officers ex officio;
auditing, M. W. Patterson, R. R. Gard-i
ner, C. E. Wells; publicity, Lemari
Kishlar', H. Thompson, B. A. Stenberg.
The advisory committee decided at ac
recent meeting to appoint a committee
of 15 to collect the class dues.

o'clock, and the program will be short.
Judge William Day of Cleveland will
be the principal speaker of the cere-
mony. He will be introduced by James
Duffy of Bay City, who played on the
Varsity football team in 1887, and who
is now a member of the athletic board
of control.
Engineer Weeks, who designed and
superintended the building of the
mammoth stand, is ill in St. Joseph
sanitarium, and will be unable to see
the result of his year's work received
by the public.
A small platform will be built at
the east end of the stand, from which
the program will be given. It is plan-
ned to have the university band on
hand for the ceremonies. The crowd
is urged to be in seats before the hour
of dedication.
O'BRIEN NEARS MARK SET BY
ROBINSON IN RELAY TRIALS
Second Year Men Appear to Have
Make-up Determined; Seniors
Lack Interest
Yesterday's tryouts for positions on
the interclass relay teams which are
to compete between halves of the
Pennsylvania football game, revealed
the make-up of the sophomore team,
provided that no one lowers the times
already made. The members of the
freshmen, junior and senior teams are
more uncertain.
O'Brien's time of 22.4 seconds fea-
tured yesterday's trials, the mainstay
of the second year team coming within
four fifths of a second of Robinson's
time the day before. O'Brien, Fontana,
Huntington, and Robinson seem like-
ly to constitute the quartet that will
represent the 1917 class.
Two men have their positions cinch-
ed on the fresh team, A. Robinson and
Scofield standing clearly ahead of the
others in' making time. Baer, Ran-
dall, Herdell and Wickersham will
have to run off the existing tie for the
other positions on the team.
No juniors reported yesterday, and
chances for anyone to make that team
are excellent. The seniors have been
represented by a single candidate, and
as he is unwilling to run four laps
alone, the fourth year men may not
be represented, unless there is a turn-
out today. This is the last afternoon
for tryouts and the teams will be pick-
ed tonight. The winners of Saturday's
race will receive their numerals.
Plan Dance for Cornell Game Guests
Tickets for the Discount dance to be
held at the Michigan Union from 9:00
to 2:00 o'clock on the night before the
Cornell-Michigan game, will be placed
on sale at the Union desk during the
early part of next week. Ninety-nine
cents will buy a ticket, and only 101
tickets will be put on sale. The affair
will be a special membership dance,
designed chiefly to entertain guests in
Ann Arbor for the Cornell game. Mu-
sic will be furnished by Fischer's spe-
cial orchestra, which will present the
latest dance hits. Punch served for
refreshments, and favors will feature
the program. The affair will be in-
formal, and special programs will be
used. Ralph F. Kuhm, '15, will act as
chairman of the committee in charge
of the dance. Other committeemen are
Waldemar A. John, '16, Louis Hyde,
'16E, and Albert J. Gans, '16.

Dean Henry 1.Bates Acts as Principal
Speaker at First of Monthly
Gatherings
MEMBERS ONLY SECURE TICKETS
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the law de-
partment, is the principal speaker on
the program of the- first monthly Un-
ion membership dinner to be held at
6:00 o'clock tonight at the clubhouse.
Earl B. McKinley, '16, the student
speaker, will discuss the activities of
the Boat club. Karl J. Mohr, '13-'15L,
will preside in the capacity of toast-
master.
George Moritz, '15, who took a lead-
ing feminine role in "Contrarie Mary,"
the 1913 Union opera, will sing a solo,
and Russell Mills, '14E, leader of the'
Mandolin club has organized a string
trio which will render several num-
bers.
Tickets for the affair which are sell-
ing at 50 cents each have been going
well. These have been placed in the
hands of committeemen, representing1
every class, and may be obtained from
them, or at the Union desk. The din-
ners, for members only, will be held'
every month throughout the-year. They
will ordinarily come on Wednesday,,
since this is the day on which Michi-'
gan gatherings throughout the coun-
try, are usually held.
UNION DESIRES COMMITTEE MEN'
Candidates Requested to Leave Names
at Manager's Office
All members of the Union who care
to work on Union committees, and par-
ticularly at this time, on the 1915
opera,- committee, are requested to:
leave their names with one of the Un-
ion vice-presidents who will be' in the
manager's office from 4:30 to 6:00
o'clock today. The opera committee
may be appointed tonight, and will be
made up largely from those who evince.
a desire to work.
DIRECTORIES WILL BE BOUND
FOR SMALL ADDITIONAL COST
Arrangements have been made by
the management of the Student Direc-
tory to supply bound copies for those
wishing a book which will stand more+
wear than the ordinary copies. . Or-.
ders for these may be placed with+ the
business manager any time before No-;
vember 14. To meet the extra expense
of binding, 25 cents per copy will be
charged. The sales for this year run1
ahead of last, 1,500 of the 2,100 copies
printed having been sold.7
Musicians Asked to Secure Souvenirs
Men who made the Pacific Coast trip
with the Glee and Mandolin club last
spring are asked to call at the officel
of the club, in the Press building, for
souvenir booklets describing the .tour.,
The pamphlets will be distributed
gratis.

Preparations for Friday ni
mammoth mass meeting neared c
pletion when C. H. Lang, '15, and
G. Gault, '15, of the program com
tee, reported that Harold R. Schra
'15L, had consented to burst fort
humorous eloquence as the stui
speaker of the evening.
.It now remains for the committe
obtain one other alumnus speaker,
the details will all have been arran
Prof. C. H. 'Van Tyne, of "the hisi
department, will be called upon
"Jimmy" Watkins, '09, presiding of
of the evening, to set forth the fac
viet point. If there is any one n
who has been graduated from the'
versity in recent years whom cam
opinion has stamped as the gem
oratorical type, 'he is Frank Mur
'12-'14L, who will appear on the p
form Friday evening, and the spe
which he is expected to give bodes
for any "pepless" students in the
dience.
"With "Hap" Haff present to 1
the cheering, and the band striking
Michigan's battle chants, the af
promises to be one of the livel:
mass meeting held in the histc :y
the university. As it will be impu
ble to accommodate all who dsire
attend, the committee advises that
crowd assemble early since "f
,come, first 'served" principles i
hold.
Admission will be granted only
tickets, 'which will be given out at
Michigan Union on presentation of
student coupon books. The tic
committee will keep office hours
Thursday from 1:00 to 5:30 o'clc
and on Friday from 9:00 to 12
o'clock, and from 12:45 to 7:00 o'clc
W. B. Palmer, '15, and J. S. Leoa
'16L, of the ticket committee, annou
that tickets for the first balcony y
be reserved for the women until 4
o'clock Friday afternoon. After t
time they will be given out to
men.
CAPTAIN TRELFA HIKES BACK
TO GYMNASIUM WITH RUNN1
Cross-Country Men Hold Handi
Race Saturday Which Will De.
cide Eastern Trip
Lack of sufficient room in the Fe
field club houses at this time
caused Intramural Director Rowe
send the fast squad of the cross-co
try candidates back to their fori
starting point, Waterman gymnas
Captain Trelfa and his band will
sume their daily races beginning t
afternoon. Whether Michigan is
have a team at the intercollegi
cross-country event which will be 11
at Yale this year, is to be defini
known Saturday, after the handi
race' which is scheduled for that me
ing is finished:
Despite the splendid forms displa
by the road runners this season t
chances of making the eastern trip
pear slim, due to the fact that
athletic authorities believe that
team ought to be sent until its sh
ing against the crack teams of
east can be assured. The final w
has not been given yet, however,
Saturday's race will find the speed
exerting themselves to the utmost
a desperate effort to make the time
quired of them.

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Everybody wants one ! Beautiful poster cover In three colors. Full page pictures of the opposing teams. Excellent pictures of Maulbetsch,
Hughitt, Raynesford and Splawn. Also statistics, line-ups, etc.

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