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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914.

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1Y PILES
iST PENNSI

SOCCER GAME WON
BY MCALLS MEN

EPIScOPAL BISHOP
WILL OPEN SERIES

a6 o m m i' I
TODAY
vice, Hill auditorium,
tan 'club meets at
:00 o'clock.

7:00
club

,

TOMORROWI
rated lecture by John P. Clum,
versity Hall, 8:00 o'clock.
ig of the Deutscher Verein, men's
ion, 8:00 o'clock.
Francais meets in society
us. 8:30 o'clock.

IER- APPAL

Ypsilanti Normal Greatly -Outplayed Proninent Ecciesiastk to Speak 'at
By Michigan's Fast First. of Union Religious
Eleven Services
BEST WORK DONE IN LAST HIALF ALL IOWAL CHURONiES.COMBINE
Clever team-work and the ability to Dr. Charles D. Williams, of Detroit,'
to take advantage of every opportunity bishop-of the Michigan diocese of the
which presented itself, enabled Michi- Episcopal church, will speak on
gan's soccer team to administer a 3 to "ChristianizingOur Civilization" at the
0 defeat yesterday morning to the first of the union religious services in
Ypsilanti soccerites who held Coach Hill auditorium at 7:00 o'clock this ev-
ening. The choral Union with 300 voic
McCall's men to a scoreless tie ~is es, under the direction of Prof.' A. A.
their first meeting. The game was Stanley, will furnish music.
played on Ferry field in the presence Bishop Williams is one of the nost
of a large crowd. ; prominent bishops of the Episcopal
Ypsilanti was kept on the defensive { church. He is much sought after as,
all the way through, yet managed to a speaker and has standing engage-
avert several goals in the opening ments at Harvard, Williams, Cornell,'
minutes of play. Martin scored the Chicago and other universities and
first counter after about 20 minutes colleges.
of hard play but his goal was made This is the first time in the history
possible by the good work of Romein of Ann Arbor that union meetings of
on the left wing. such magnitude have been attempted.
In the second half, Coach McCall The Episcopal, Presbyterian, Baptist,.
and his proteges entered the 'fray wvith Methodist, Congregational, Disciple,
renewed vigor and were never threat- Jewish and Roman Catholic churches'
ened at the goal, the ball swaying in j and the Students' Christian associa-1
the center of the field continually, [tion have ca'nbined for a series of six
save for the two occasions on whicri programs. It is expected that by re-1
goals were registered by Michigan. moving sectarian and doctrinal fea-1
McCafl, Cohen, Mauriere and Maitin tures, cooperating to secure world re-
were Michigan's luminaries, each one nowned speakers and' sjpecial music,
contributing some feature to the Vic- and holding the services in Hill audi-
tory. Cohen's clever foot work was torium, many who never enter a
particularly noticeable. church will attend.
The lineups follow: '_ _ _ _
Michigan (8) Ypsilanti (0) FIFTY FORMER VASITY MEN '
Joseph..........G..... ... Wood i' PRESENT FOR PENNSY BATTLEI
Tripolitis......... RF ....:....Stuart ;___
Mauriere......... LF .... McMillan In the neighborhood of 50 Varsityf
Fowler.........H ......... . Tedrow "M" men were in Ann Arbor yesterdayI
McCall........... RH .......Wigent for the Pennsylvania game. On Fri-n
Moisides........LH .... Springer day evening a meeting of the "M"t
Martin........,.. RO .... Brundage club was held at the Michigan Union,
Domboorajian.... R I .......Gordon where a dinner' was -served. Short

ffA NY 'EICKETS BEING SOLD?
FO)It SMIOKERt OF SENIOR LITS
Tickets for the senior lit smoker,
Which will be held at the Union, at
7:'0 o'clock Tuesday evening, ar~e
having a rapid sale.
Cider and doughnuts will be served,
and the usual smoker provided. Pres-
ident Harry Gault will, give a short
talk, and Chase B. Sikes, '16, Glee club
baritone soloist, will have a place on
the musical part of the program.
As the future plans of the class so-
cial committee depend to a large extent
on the success of the smoker, it is ex-
pected that the attendance will be
large.
Senate Council Meeting Postponed
Owing to the absence of President
Harry B. Hutchins, who is attending
a conference of the association of
American universities, the regular
meeting of the senate council, which
was scheduled for Tuesday night, has
been postponed, and will be held, prob-
ably Monday. November 16.
You May Not
Believe It, But-
CHICAGO, ILL., Nov. 6.-The annu-
al senior mustache contest will start

BIG RED LEAOERi
BENT ON REVEN
Cornell Players Work to Avenge
Year's Defeat, and Hope to
Win by Larger Score
Than Harvard
TEAM HAS WON FIVE STRAIGH
GAMES SINCE EARLY REVER
Reports From Coaches Show
Every Member of' Eleven Wil
Be in Good Shape
(Special to The Michigan Daily
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov..7.--"Beat M
igan by a bigger score than Har
did," is the slogan of the Cornell
ball leaders as they prepare for
first big game on their schedule,
with the Yostmen at Ann Arbor
November 14. And another tho
that is in the minds of all of the
nell players is revenge for the de
of last 1yar.
If Cornell doesn't beat Michiga
will not be because she hasn't deve
ed a strong team this year. By all
the eleven this fall is one of the
in the last ten years; it is fully f

D. Kountz, '02L, Author
Song, Starts Action for
Musicians.

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"What is it;
tion?,
It is the ba

D DEFRAY TRIP DEBT.
puts the spur in inspira-
nd, that Michigan band."
has uncovered an enthu-
e person of Charles D.
L, writer of' the above
from his new song, "That
nid," which was introduced
neeting in Hill audito-

Friday, at 10:15 o'clock at the "C"
bench. Pat Page will fire the starting,
gun. A barber will inspect. all contest-
ants and certify that' all men have
slaved within one hour preceding the
start.
Any senior man who shaves his up-
per lip during the period of the con-
test will be escorted to the tank in
Bartlett and given an all-round bath,
Iithout respect for new suits, balma-
caans or Stetsons. Any juniors, soph-
omores or freshmen discovered with a
mustache will be subjected, to similar
tr"atment.
A vigilance committee composed of
"Shorty" Des Jardien, Alfred Fddy,
Earl Huntington and other members
of the football team has been appoint-

team

per cent stronger

power among t h e ver:
teams turned out in Ithaca.
games the team has scored :
to its opponents 10; in the
far it has scored 179 points
its opponents.
Cornell up to today had b
sinus, the Carlisle Indians,
Brown and Holy Cross. It
defeated by Pittsburg and
T h e s e last two teams
the Ithacans before t h
gotten under way. The

and ranks

ountz has undertaken, on his
tiative, to foster 'a movement
re an appropriation from the
gislature for the benefit of the
n band. This would be in the
>f a cash stipend.
present plans to increase the
band to 65 pieces are to be
a considerable sum of money
d. About $200 remains to be
o defray the expenses of the
Harvard, and a plan now un-
sideration. would probably net

The plan is to give a moving pic-
ture exhibition of the Harvard and
Pennsylvania games, in Hill Audito-
rium, at an early date. These pictures
have been taken by Daines and Nich-
ols, the State street photographers.
COLLISION BETWEEN MACHINE
AND AUTO CAUSES INJURIES'

Van Dormselaar.. C ...........Gee
Cohen ..........I. .......Hause
Romein........LO .........Davis
JOHN P. CLUM TO LECTURE
ON BEHALF OF EXPOSITION
Mr. John P. Clum, who is to speak at
University Hall tomorrow night on
"America Picturesque" under the aus-
pices of the Oratorical association,
comes to the university well recom-
mended.
Mr. Clum has delivered his travel-
ogues at many universities in the Unit-
ed States and has been favorably re-
ceived. His lecture tonight is to for-
ward the idea of seeing America first,
in behalf of the Panama-Pacific Expo-
sition.
A block of seats have been reserved
for holders of association tickets, but
the hall will be thrown open to the
general public at 8:00 o'clock. The
travelogue is free to all.
TWO MEMBERS OF -1913 CLASS
ANNOUNCE THEIR ENGAIGEMENT
Announcement was made Friday ev-.;
ening of the engagement of Miss Hel-

speeches were made by Presidenat I.1
J. Killilea, '84, of Milwaukee, and In-
tramural Director. Rowe, secretary of
the club.
Amendments to the constitution
were discussed, and one extending the
qualifications to membership, will
probably be adopted.
A meeting of the board of directors
of- the club will'be held on December
5. The board consists of George P.
Codd, '98, I. K. Pond, '78, F. E. Bliss,
'73, William Johnson, 98, and R. C.
Craig, '11.
Pof.'E.H. Kraus Will Lecture Tuesday-
'Pirof. E. H. Kraus, of the mineralogy
department, will deliver a lecture on
"The Effect of the War on Minerals
and the Mineral Industry" before the
mineralogica ljournal club at 4:30
o'clock, Tuesday, in' the :mineralogy
lecture room.
Alun nus Held on Poisoning Charge
Dr. Don Bisbee, '76M, is in a serious
condition in his ,.cell at the Addison
county jail,. Bristol, Vt.,. where he is
being held on a charge of havingpoip-
"oned 50 men by selling them wood al-
cohol by mistake, instead of an ex-

ed to see that the rules of the coitest green; I
are enforced. the Red
cause of
CELEBRATION TAME LAST NIGHT- hands. o

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mn the Dr.I
were
ounc-
-u _~ 1 c

C. F. Hartman, '07, and F.-L. Cron-
inger Seriously Cut by Brok--
en Windshield
onsiderable excitement followed a

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would be in top form collision on North University avenue
week. Reimann and yesterday shortly after the Penn game.
were also injured but Dr. C. F. Hartman, '07, of Wauseon,
n the game, were not
and Michigan will Ohio, and three friends, were return-
il battle front against ing from the game in an automobile,
am Saturday, and a when a wagon, owned by Haller'Bros.,
up the season with and driven by William Passow, ran
which would. make Into the machine at the corner of
e East an even one. Twelfth street and North University.
ash in the first quar- Dr. Hartman and F. L. Croninger,
arted out to make who was driving the car, both sustain-
punted out of bounds ed serious cuts from the windshield,
e, and Michigan scor- which was smashed in the mixup.'
Is. Catlett and Maul- The party was coming up University
in carrying the ball, avenue'at considerable speed and sud-
over for the score on 'denly made a break for Twelfth street
froin Hughitt around with out showing any signs of such in-
tent. The Haller driver was driving
s Brings Touchdown his team at a slow speed and could not
Tucker again punted 'prevent the collision before the tongue
his own territqry, and of his wagon had pierced through the
ulckly took advantage windshield of the Hartman machine.
lawn made a forward Croninger's injuries were the most
3f some thirty yards, serious, although he was satisfied to
ced the remaining ten proceed without receiving medical at-
d on page 6) ' tention.

Police Have Very Little Difficulty in
.Handling Crowd Downtown
Michigan students and other Maize
and Blue supporters celebrated the
largest score against Pennsylvania in
a comparatively quiet fashion' last-
night.
A few weak attempts were made to
start bonfires on Main street, but the
police had little difficulty in prevent-
ing a fire of any size downtown.
Railroad Jack tried to lead the en-
thusiasts up to Sleepy Hollow, but
they stopped at State street and built
a sizeable blaze on the lot adjoining
the University Y. M. C. A.
'Several hundred men were granted a
free show at the Orpheum, but after
10:00 o'clock, the celebration degen-
erated into groups stationed on street
corners.
ABOUT 2,000 PEOPLE HERE FOR
NAME VISIT MICHIGAN UNION
About 2,000 people paid visits to the
Michigan Union club house, yesterday,
and the majority of these were return-
ed alumni, Pennsylvania followers, and,
other visitors.
Among the. alumni who returned to
see the game were members of the
"M" club, some of whome were H. J.
Killilea, '85, Ralph Craig, "12, Clement
Quinn, '13, H. S. Hammond, '07, Cyril
Quinn, '14, James Watkins, '10, and
James E. Bond, '14.
Some of the other visitors were
Frank Murphy, '14L, A. C. Thompson,"
'99D, Benjamin Bartlett, '14, John K.
Gould, '14, Howard Chambers, '13, Ray
A. Yutzley, '11E, Albert E. Nudor, '12L,
John M. Armond, '89, Edward. Strauss,
'05L, Russell Palmer, '11E, Ray Sack-
ett, '11E, 0. Lang, '11L, Howard C.
Felver, '98, J. M. Bennet, '99, and Law-
rence M. Butzel.

pointment, and fears were express
that a disastrous season might resu
but the very next Saturday Corn
beat Carlisle and conditions have he
on the upward trend since that tin
The team has progressed steadily. a
surely from week to week until it w
approach the Michigan game in go
physical condition, and confident in
own power.
Reports from the coaches show ti
practically every member of the tes
will be in fine shape for the Michig
game. Barrett and Shuler, the fai
est and cleverest pair.of running bac
that Cornell has developed in a d
Bade, have been given a good rest f
several days this week and both enti
ed the Franklin and Marshall game
prime condition. Hill has also bei
fitted by a rest and should be in go
shape to play fullback. Coach Shar
may however decide to use Philippi
that position because of the great 11
bucking that he has done in the is
week or so.
Captain O'Hearn is the only Vars
man about whom the coaches are we
ried. He was compelled te stay out
the game for four. weelas because
injuries and was very slow to get I
wind and speed back. It is hop(
however, that O'Hearn will round in
good form by the middle of next we<
Munsick, left guard, who has be
more or less troubled by injuries I
a month is now in good conditi
again, and Bailey, right tackle, is r
ported improving. Line Coach Re
doesn't like his general conditic
however, and a last minute change
right tackle is not improbable, Fish
or Jameson getting the place.
Coach Sharpe expects to stage t'
hard practices next week, Tuesd
and Wednesday. The team will lea
for the west on Thursday evening.

len E. Hilliker, '13, to Loren .T. Rob- tract used in certain liquors.

inson, '13. Miss Hilliker is a mem
her of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority
and the -engagement was made public
at the- sorority house.. W e iei the
university Robinson was a member of
the staff of The Michigan Daily and is'
now connected with the Detroit Free
Press.

Professor D. A. Smith Publishes Book
Prof. D. A. Smith, of the physics fac-
ulty, has recently published a book on
"The Principles of Electrical Meas-
urement," which is a practical text
covering the course in electrical meas-
urement as offered in the university.

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Glee and Mandolin. Club
Thursday, Nov.12, 8 P. M.
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