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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.

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TODAYr
Dedication of new stadium, Ferry
field, 1:30 o'clock.
Football, Michigan vs. Pennsylvania,
Ferry field, 2:00 o'clock.
Boat club dance, Michigan Union, 9:00
o'clock.
Soccer football, Michigan vs. Ypsilanti
Normal, Ferry field 10:30 o'clock.
Chess and Checker club,.Michigan Un-

VESTIGE OF BRI(
HOLDS SWA
Ann Arbor donned its big game
clothes yesterday with the result that
this morning sees the town in a ves-
tige of bright colors.
Although today's contest does not
mark the wind-up of the Wolverine
gridiron season for 1914, there is little
to mark the difference between the
vestments of Pennsylvania and Mich-
igan colors with which house and shop,
are decked, and those of that final day
of every fall when the spat of the boot
against the pigskin is heard for the
last time of the year. Nearly all of
the fraternity houses are decorated,'
while the store windows present a riot
of college colors. That and the pen-
nants on the motors and the floral
football badge of yellow chrysanthe-
mums give the streets the holiday as-
pect.

HT COLORS

* E-NNSYIVA'NIA v4i_. M'ICAG

Y IN ANN ARBOR

U"IirY
lien ;

Early yesterday morning the immi-
gration of football fans and sight-
seers started into Ann Arbor. All day,
motor cars filled with gayly dressed
girls and clean cut youths whizzed
through the streets. Every train
brought additions to the crowd. There
were the old alumni, the young alum-
ni, the eager prep school youngsters
coming to get a glimpse of their first
major football game, the sport-loving
traveling man, who always makes a
college town for a week end during
the gridiron season, fond paters and
maters, who see wisdom in combining
the opportunity to see a college game
and also give the once over to the
latest collegian in the family. There
were all these and then some more,
the motley crowd, which floats with
the throng.

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1899-Penn. 11, Msichigan 10.
1906-Penn. 17, Michigan 0.:
1907-Penn. 6, Michigan 0.
1908-Penn. 29, Michigan 0.
1909-Michigan 12, Penn. 6.
1910-Michigan 0, Penn. 0.
1911-Michigan 11, Penn. 9.
1912-Penn. 27, Michigan 21.
1913-Michigan 13, Penn. 0.
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iga;n's foe for
ridiron today,
rd, game, the
en. more than
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to'day means
a worthy op-
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ion, 7:30 o'clock.
TOMORROW
Union service, Hill auditorium,
o'clock.

7:00

RAFTER'S RESOUND
AT MASS MEETING
Yells, Talks, Cheers and Musi Lend
Support at Giant "Pep"
Session

SOCCER GONTEST CONTRIBUTES
TO ATHLETIC EVENTS TODAY

Michigan Eleven Meets Ypsilanti
Ferry Field This Morning,
to Play Off Tie

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SENIOR LITS AND ENGINEERS
ANNOUNCE CASS COMMITTEES
Boilermakers Elet J. C. Abbott and
P. H. Middleditch Editors
of Michiganensian
Harry G. Gault and O. W. Hall,
presidents of the senior lit and engi-
neering classes respectively, announc-
ed several of their . committees yes-

Michigan
oday's big
en for any
er Farrell

NEW MICHIGAN SONG FEATURED
Enthusiasm ran rampant at the

Michigan's soccer eleven will add
another event to today's athletic pro-
gram, when it meets the Michigan'
State Normal school of Ypsilanti in a

,nt mass-meeting held last night In return game at 10:30 o'clock on Ferry terday. Both classes have made ar-

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Hill auditorium; the band, "locomo-
fe. tives," "fight-'ems" and "pep" talks
e following one another in such rapid
C succession that the alumni back for

sy" contest, were left breath-'

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ball, less and hoarse from their efforts to'
yons, out yell the present generation.
nake From the first cheer, led by "Hap",
oday. Haff, until the meeting closed with the
Cam- "Yellow and Blue," every number on
)ang- the program added to the excitement.
nson "Jimmie" Watkins, '09, former Varsity
t his gridiron star, presided over the mon-
be at ster gathering, calling upon Harold
men, Schradzki, '15L, Frank Murphy, '12-
that '14L, and Professor C. H. Van Tyne,
ton's of the history department, to represent
the students and faculty respectively,
in of while Henry Killilea, '84, president of
tack- the "M" club, spoke for the alumni.
rsity. Every man on the team was present,
how- and each received his quota of cheers
itage as his picture was flashed on the,
Qua- screen. Nearly 600 alumni who are
unds back for the big game were present in
aver- a body, and the old graduates made'
their presence known, leaving no
doubts in the minds of the students as
thi s to the loyalty of their support.
nped This was the band's first local ap-
mes. pearance at a mass-meeting since the
y of N0. A. C. game, and the football-mad
evel- routers fairly went wild when the
enn mus icians played "The Victors." "Lyn-
,ntly dy" was on hand with his humorous
rong slides, while Kenneth Westerman, '14,
n up led the .audience in university songs.
e of Charl eg Kountz, '02, author of a new
had song to -iMiciigan's band also made a
short speech, in which he pleaded for'
vic- a better support of the band. Chase
'eats Sikes, '16E, gave a vocal rendition of
Wol- the song, and the audience joined in
best the chorus.

field.
The first meeting of these teams at
Ypsilanti, several weeks ago, resulted
in a scoreless tie, but since then Coach
McCall has been bolstering the weak
spots in his men's offense, and a de-
cisive battle is anticipated this morn-
ing. The game will be played on the
regular soccer field, behind the Varsi-
ty baseball diamond.
Ypsilanti will start the game with
the same lineup as represented the
Normalites in the former combat, but
Coach McCall has been forced to
change his make-up due to the Inabili-
ty of Walton and Piersol to play to-
day. Brown, a member of last year's
team, has been bothered with a bad
knee, but if his condition permits. he
will be entered into the struggle.
( In addition to the names included
in the probable lineup, the following
are requested to report in uniforms:
Otis, Brown, Rosenthal.
The tentative lineup for both teams
follows:

rangements for the consideration of
the proposed memorial arch. The new-,
ly appointed memorial committee of
the senior lits will investigate the pro-
posal in a short time, and the engi-
neers have appointed H. L. Bockstahl-
er as chairman of a committee which
wili make a report on the subject in
the near future.
The fourth year engineers have
elected J. C. Abbott and P. H. Middle-
ditch associate editors of the Michigan-
enslan.
Following is a list of the committees
announced by President Gault yester-
day; memorial, George Johnston,
Oarlton Jenks, Rudolph Hofman, L.
C. Stout, Judith Ginsburg, Florence
Haxton, Lena Mott; finance, Harold
Tait, Mildred Rees, and class officers;
auditing, Alan Mothersill, Harold La-
cy, Clement Jackman.
President O. W. Hall named the fol-'
lowing committees: auditing, Howard
Enos, H. C. Smith, V. M. Chatfield;
social, W. F. Sheehy, W. D. Johnston,
L. C. Campbell, M. H. Toncray, H. J.
Bogardus; dinner, A. H. Weber, P. L,
Uhlrich, C. R. Greene, G. D. Douglas,
J. E. Hughes; picture, J. D. Patter-
S. Field, I. N. Cuthbert, J. D. Patter-
son; invitation, George H. Sisler, W.
C. Weilbacher, H. G. Mueller, E. V.
Fishburn, B. B. Wood.
Law Faculty Holds Luncheon at Union
Members of the law faculty met for
luncheon at the Michigan Union at
noon yesterday. Similar meetings!
will probably' be held twice each
month throughout the year.

Hart, '18, Appointed to Trade Journal
W. A. Hart, '13, has recently been
appointed assistant .editor of "The
Burroughs," the magazine issued by
the Burroughs Adding Machine Cd., of
Detroit, for the benefit of the employ-
ees of that concern.
A1WAIT OPENING O
Dedication of New Concrete Stand on
South Side of Ferry Field
Occurs Today
JUDGE DAY WILL BE SPEAKER
Before the Pennsylvania-Michigan
football game this afternoon, Michi-
gan's new concrete stand on the south
side of Ferry field will be dedicated.
The whole stand, which has been built
during the past year, at a cost of $55,
000, will be thrown open to the public
in a completed condition for the first
time.
The dedication exercises will be con-
ducted from a small raised platform at
the east of the stand. The ceremony
will begin at 1:30 o'clock, and the pro-
gram will be short, consisting of a
dedication speech by Judge Wiliam
Day of Cleveland, who will be intro-
duced by James Duffy of Bay City.
Both these men are Michigan alumni,
Duffy having played on the 1887 foot-
ball team.
Although there still remained over
2,006 tickets which had not been sold,
for the Penn game, last night, indica-
tions are that the new stand 'will be
nearly, or entirely, filled when the
ceremony begins. The new stand has
seats for 13,200 spectators, an increase
of several .thousand over the old stand
which it replaced, and it is expected
that the largest crowd ever seen on
Ferry field will witness the dedica-
tion.
The-university band will. be on hand
for the exercises, and the 'spectators
are urged to be in their seats before
1:30 o'clock.
TODAY'S CROWDS ADD TO DANGER
Special Police to Watch Pickpockets
and Careless Motorists
Owing to the immense crowd expect-
ed in the city today to attend the Penn-
sylvania-Michigan game, the city po-
lice and the county authorities have
made special arrangements to guard
against pickpockets and professional
dips. Several plain clothes men from
Detroit have been engaged, and the
local force has lbeen augmented by the
addition of a large number of specials.
These men will be distributed among
the crowd and about the city this af-
ternoon and tonight.
Traffic rules will also be strictly
enforced. Automobiles must be park-
ed on Edwin street away from the Fer-
ry field entrance, or on Mary or Arch
streets. After the game, no vehicles
will be allowed to go north on State
street or west on Packard. Cars
should leave the field east on Arch or
Hill streets; or west on Edwin street
and then north on Division street.
"" CLUB BANQUET AT UNION
LAST NIGHT ATTENDED BY 45
Forty-five "M" club men attended
the annual dinner given at the Michi-
gan Union last night. Pres. Henry J.
Killilea, '84, and Director Floyd A.
Rowe, secretary of the elb, spoke.

Inability to Secure Cooperation Ca
Arrangements For To-
night's Affair to Fall
Through
DUTIES OF POLICE WILL BE
ASSUMED BY STUDENT ELD
Great Disappointment Felt Anal
to Carry Out Orignal
Program
There will be no organized cele
tion.of the Pennsylvania game ton
whether Michigan wins or not.
This was the decision of the stu
council committee last night, aft4
had learned that it could not c
out its plans, and so would not be
to furnish proper attractions to
student'body. The committee was
appointed by the council till last T
day night.
The first difficulty that the c
mittee encountered came when
were denied the use of Sleepy Hol
Then the mayor refused to close
saloons beforehand. Yesterday,
to some misunderstanding, the co
failed to secure promises from
"M" men, who have returned to
Arbor to the effect that they w
speak. The team could not be ind
to appear, because they wil stil
in training. "Hap" Carroll B. I
'16L, would not consent to be pre
because he had previous appointme
The endeavors of the council
the large committee of upperclass
whose aid has been promised, wil
confined tonight to directing the ac
ties of the students away from
acts which might cause trouble.
Earlier in the week, members of
student council committee had ha
the celebration, which was then p
ned, as an opportunity for the cot
to prove its worth to the campus,
they were greatly disappointed
the turn of affairs.
ALUMNUS TO DESCRIBE BIG G
New Faculty Sketches and Convoca
WillBeFeatured
Biographies of the.eleven new m
bers of the faculty senate who I
been raised from the rank of Inst
tor will be part of the November I
of the Michigan Alumnus, which
be out about the 12th of this mc
Seven of these new members of
senate have been connected with
University of Michigan as instruc
while the other four are from o
universities.
Another story which will fea
the Alumnus, is a long account of
Harvard game, written by N. H. I
en, of the Detroit Saturday Night.
story will be in the form of a gen
review of the game and p i.al
servations which Mr. BoW a
while in Boston. T. H. Tar ; g,
will have an artic'le'in the a cetic
partment which will be more in
nature of a play by play sketch olf
Harvard game.
A summary of Dean V. C. Vaugh
convocation address will be given
many direct quotatidns from it.
CROSS-COUNTRY MEN RUN TO]
Awards of Caps and "CC.C.'s" t
Made for Best Time and Showin
There will be a handicap cross-c
try race at 10:00 o'clock this mor
starting and finishing at Water
gymnasium, handicaps to be given
before the race.; Two cups wil
given, one for first place and the o
to the man making the best time,
probably three "C. C. C.'s" will
given out. The men will run the
ular six mile course, from the g
out Washington to the Poor farm,

back on Packard.
The showing which these men n
will decide whether or not the I
will go to the intercollegiate e
country meet at Yale.

Michigan
Joseph....-.,.. G
Tripolitis ........ RF
Mauriere.......LF
Fowler.......... CH
McCall..... ..RH
Moisides, Kruger.. LH
Martin..........RO
Domboorajian .....R I
Van Dormselaar.. C
Cohen.... . ... L I
Romein.........LO

Ypsilanti
.Wood
.Stuart
.McMillan
.Tedrow
.Wigent
.Springer
.... Brundage
.......Gordon
.Gee
. Pearl
.. . .. Davis

high hope,3, but the
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STATISTICS OF TODAY'S GAME.

Captain Rayn, ;ford's, men today
a chance to re deem. themselves,
hould play the ir strongest game.
both teams at top form, the bat-
iould le a m emorable one.
Lnsylvania's. ' quad arrived at De-
yesterdays w! .th 25 players in the
They, are, staying at a down-
hotels wad practiced twice yester-
1 sect at. Muack Park. The Qua-
will reach A.nn Arbor about noon,
o to Ferry 'field immediately after
e special tratin from Philadelphia,
the stuident band and rooters,
rrive frrom Toledo early this morn-
and wilM find Ann Arbor ready to
ve hex- guests.
addition to the game itself, there
be m'any other attractio's. Train-
rrell and Captain Smith have ar-
ed a relay race between class
s, to be run becween the halves.
(Continued ou page 4)

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION NEEDS
USHERS FOR TODAY'S GAME
About 20 men are needed to fill the
positions of ushers for today's game.
All men desiring to usher can arrange
to do so by reporting at the office of
the athletic association between 8:30
and 11:00 o'clock, and turning in their
student coupon No. 10 or reserved seat
check.
Students are eligible for the position
even though they have turned in their
coupons for reserved seats.
All ushers are required to report at
Ferry field at 12:00 o'clock today,when
they will be given badges and instruc-
tions . Lunch will be furnished for
them free of charge. The check of the
yellow admission ticket will be given
to them at the gate, and must be turn-
ed in at the office to receive payment
for services.

Michigan
Player Year
Benton 2
Reimann 1'
McHale 2
Raynsford (C) 3
Watson 1
Cochran 2
Lyons 2
Hughitt 3
Maulbetsch . 1
Splawn 1
Bastian 2

Weight
178
181
207
185
180
215
170
148
156
161
166

Position
LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
FB
RH

Weight
162
194
210
183
227
185
151
152.
172
165
175

Year
1
2
2
3
1
2
1
2
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2
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Pennsylvania
Player
Hopkins
Henning
Witherow
Journey, (C)
Dorizas
Harris
Urquhart
Merrill
Wray
Tucker
Vreeland

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Total weight-Michigan 1947, Pennsylvania 1975.
Average weight-Michigan 177, Pennsylvania 179 6-11.
Average weight line-Michigan 188, Pennsylvania 187 3-7.

Average weight backfield-Michigan 157
Officials-referee, Walter H. Eckersall,
Fultz, Brown; field judge,'J. C. Holderness,
Walter R. Okeson, Lehigh.
Time of quarters-15 minutes.
Game called at 2:00 o'clock.
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3-4, Pennsylvania 165 3-4.
Chicago; umpire, David
Lehigh; head linesman,

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