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November 06, 1914 - Image 3

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Yeol

Fever
Saturday.

Strike

Ann

Arbor

NOT

A PLAGUE,

BUT

sY Michigal EXTRA

FORMER MICHIGAN
PLAYERSWILL TALK
Ileston, Wells, Allerdyce, Benbrook,
and Schulz Invited To Attend
Celebration
SPECIAL FLOAT TO CARRY TEAM
Football heroes of the past will tell
the Pennsylvania game celebrators
how Michigan won her gridiron vic-
tories in the days when they starred
for the Maize and Blue.
This is the latest feature to be added
to the program which the student
council committee is arranging. Ef-
forts will be made through the "M"
club, to secure such famous stars as
Heston, Wells, Alerdyce, Benbrook,
and Schulz.
The women of the university are
holding a hockey tournament in
Sleepy Hollow, and for fear of tramp-
ling down the grass, the bonfire will
not be held there Saturday night. In-
stead, the Bowl opposite the observa-
tory will be the scene of the merry-
making.
A decorated float carrying the Var-
sity, will be pulled to the site of the
triumphal festivities by students. Red-
fire will light the snake dance on its
way. The band will furnish the ac-
companiment to the terpsichorean en-
deavors of the enthusiasts.
Once arrived at the Bowl, C. B. Haff,
'15L, will lead the rooters in a hill-
shaking cheer. After music and sing-
ing, the oldtimers will give short re-,
citals of the great events in Michigan
football history. Students and faculty
men also will speak. The length of
the program is indeterminate, and wvill
last as long as the crowd stays.
A committee of 20 sophomores will
have charge of collecting the wood
and piling it on the fire. This part of
the council's committee's work is un-
der the charge of Russell S. Collins,
'16, who has chosen as sub-chairmen
the following sophomores: M. M.
Lyntch, K. S. Burge, E. P. Barthel, F.
C. Moyer, R. W. Harbert.

While Entertaining ti
Penns Men

HILL' S
Sweet
Cider

Order

V l

OF

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"'It's the Best"

t wire from the field to the OAILY Office gives us the
by play and all the other details.
tra also contains review of the football season and
;sting news. It makes an interesting souvenir of the
something great to send home.

PHONE 2140

Sale

Everywhere

Kenmore Brook DDES AVE.

from the Press

the Game

5o

You Can Tell a
B y His Line

?fan

:-If you wish to send a paper away come to the Daily
ross from the Majestic and we will have them a ll

lI

ready to mail.

No extra

charge.

and doesn't ita difterence
to you, Mr. Student, how your
Laundry is done?

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sts of. soph engineers who neg-
i to pay their class dues last year,
ow posted on the second floor ofI
engineering building.
'he Algorismi of Johnu Killing'-
A," is the title of a paper by Prof.
Karninski, which appeared in the
ber number of the English Histor-
Review.
ilrteen mufflers have been received
he automobile laboratory, which
be used for testing purposes. The
lers will be tried out on Hudson.
and Ford motors for comparisons.
iind-Up has changed the date of
irst dance to Wednesday, Novem-
11, at the Armory.
map, showing the location of
Ugan's alumni engaged in foreign
ionary work, has been hung in
reception room at Newberry hall.
ed colore, tape, stretching from
Arbor to the different foreign
s, sho,'s the many points where
igan has men working.
arold McGee, 'IME, is in Ann Arbor1
L few days. McGee was managing
or of the Gargoyle and was con-
ed with The Daily. He is now lo-'
d in Columbus, Ohio.
of. L. 1. Gram, of the engineering
,rtment, has so far recovered from
long illness following an opera-
for appendicitis, that he was able

his classes until the end of the semes-
tcr.
Prof. Joseph N. beConte, of the de-
partment of mechanical engineering
at the University of California was a
visitor to Ann Arlxr recently. Prof.
LeConte came to Ann Arbor in search
of a man to take the position of head
or the department of mechanical engi-
neering at the. University of Califor-.
nia.
-Average !ttendance of students and
town people at the chrysanthemum
exhibit in Memorial hall is exceeding'
300 people daily.
-Chess and Checker players have
l)ostpol ed their regular monthly busi-
ness mneeting fromn Saturday night,
Nov. 7, to Nov. 21. Play in the tour-.
naments, will continue as usual.x
-Vomnillunications for consideration,
at the next meeting of the regents
;must be in the hands of President
Hairy B. Hutchins not later than Nov.-
16. The meeting will le held Nov. 26.
"HARRY" 3[EAD MAY PLAT WITH
SENIOR LAW FOOTAIALL ELEYEN
New .Fulback Would Greatly Strength-
en Biarristers in Game With
Engineers Today
"Harry" Mead, '15L, late of the Var-
sity football squad, appeared at south
Ferry field, after the seniot law-senior
engineer game last Wednosday, but
was just too late to go in for the laws.
It is probiable that Mead will start the
game at fullback fhr the laws in their
game today with the engineers, and
with this added strength to their
backfield, the barristers should be
able to break through the engineers
for a score. These two teams appear
to be the strongest in the field and

campus championship will be decided.
Interclass football teams took a rest
yestexrday afternoon, when the soph
engineer-combined soph and fresh
medio game was postponed until to-
morrorw morning.
Two games are scheduled for play
this afternoon, senior engineers vs.
senior laws, and fresh lits vs. fresh
engineers.
With but four more games to be
played in the first round the standings
are as follows:
SENIOR DIVISION-
Won Lost Pet

There certainly

your

collars

come

back with

saw edges or

is no pleasure

Spotted as if they had scarlet

fever.

When

in having

you

send

a new shirt,

you hope to have

it looking fairly good after the first journey
to the laundry.

Senior Engineers......2
Senior Laws ........2
Sen. and Jun. Medics . .0
Senior Lits ...........0
JUNIOR DIVISION--
Junior Laws..........3
Junior Lits ..........2
Junior Engineers......1
Homeops..............0
SOPHOMORE DIVISION-
Soph Lits .............3
Soph Engineers ........1
Soph and Fresh Medics .1
Pharmics..............0
FRESHMAN DIVISION--
Fresh Engineers.......2
Fresh Litss.............1
Fresh Laws ...........1
Dents ..... ...........0

0
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3
0
1
3
0
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1
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Let us demonstrate to you the kind of work
we do. Deeds count more than words.

Just phone us and we will call and deliver
the work after it is done.

Star Gazing Also A Required Subject
Outside of the numerous star-gaz-
iig couples on the boulevard these
moonlight nights, there are more than
two hundred persons engaged in the
study of astronomy in university clas-
ses. Of these, about one hundred and
forty are enrolled in elementary cours-
es. Great interest has been shown in
the frequent trips to the observatory,
which supplement the class-room

City

Laundry

THOS. ROWE, Prop.

406 Detroit St.

Phone 457 M

whin they meet it is likely that the work.

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