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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914.

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CORNELL PUYERS
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up club dance, Armory, 8:001

Michigan Union,1

TOMORROW
,ndolin clubs' concert, Hill
a, 8:00 o'clock.

oenix club dinner,
:00 o'clock.

Michigan Union,I

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on the--
Zie' Thespians Now Preparing Vaudeville
ian a. Of Song, Dance, and Dialogue
while Stunts Together With
on a Motion Pictures

Ithacan Scouts Think They Have Line
Stronger Than Maize and Blue;
Red Backfield Likely To
Give Trouble
VARSITY MEN SPEND WEEK IN
"BRUSHING U'P" FOR MICHIGAN
Tackle Bailey Only Regular Missing
From Lineup With Three Men
Trying For Place
(Special to The Michigan Daily)
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 10.-Cornell will
face Michigan on Saturday with sup-;
reme confidence in the ability of the,
big red backfield to break up the open
plays of the westerners, and every
Cornell player feels certain that Yost's
warriors are due for a beating in their
third intersectional battle of the year.
Sharpe's men do not give much weight
to the walloping of the Quakers last
week, as the Pennsylvania outfit is
unusually weak this fall'
Cornell scouts report that their line
will outplay the Wolverine forwards,
and that Splawn's kicking will not be
far superior to that of Barrett. The
Cornell quarterback averaged more
than 45 yards last week, some of his
punts going .60 and 65 yards.
The Varsity will be kept out of
scrimmage this week, and the greater
part of the time will be devoted to
polishing up the old plays, and trying
out the few new formations that are
to be used against Michigan. Bailey
is the only regular who is not in con-
dition for the Wolverine battle, and
his loss will not hurt Cornell's chances
materially. In Allen, Jewett and Fisch-
er, Coach Sharpe has three husky line-
men from whom he can select Bailey's

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Visitors

Will Represent Seven Great
Universities in East
and West

IN HUGECAMPAIGN
Y.M.C.A.'s Mammoth Project Requires
31W Student and Faculty
Workers in Arranging
284 Meetings'
SECURE 36 OUTSIDE SPEAKERS
FOR WEEKI'S RELIGIOUS WORK

alumni" football game, but the individ-
ual members of the board are not
promising their support to the propo-
sition.
The game would be played by two
teams composed of the stars of former
teams. Because the players on both
teams would not be in good physical
condition, and because the game
would not be representative, members
of the Michigan board in control of
athletics are not individually in favor
of the contest.

"Mobilization Week," the first pro-
ject of its kind ever held at Michigan,
during which a university religious
and social service campaign-will take
place, will be launched by the Stu-
dents' Christian Association next
Wednesday morning.
Under the leadership of 350 student{

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Definite action has
by the athletic board
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NEW ENTERPRISE WILL
W OUT TALENT FOR OPERA
s Successful In Open Tryouts
ligible For Membership
In Society

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the operatic society of
Union, realizing the fact t
not been interested in
production, during the f
of previous years, have
stage a six act vaudev

and faculty workers, the entire stu-
dent body will be "mobilized" in 284
general and departmental meetings.
These gatherings will be held in the
different department buildings on the
campus, in the fraternity and sorority
houses, and in Hill auditorium.
The association has secured 36
speakers, among whom are Mr. Wil-
lard T. Beahan, of Cleveland; Dr.
Richard C. Cabot, of Boston, who is
probably the greatest practicing physi-
clan in America; Mr. G. F. Lee, who
has charge of the Ford Auto Compa-
ny's accounting department; Reverend
Allen A. Stockdale, of Toledo; and Mr.
James Schermerhorn, editor of the De-
troit Times.
Of the 36 speakers, 12 will repre-
sent the great universities of this
country. Harvard, Yale, Pennsylvaniat
Wisconsin, Chicago, Columbia, and
Penn State will be represented on the
speakers list. The Students' Chris- .
tiara Association is planning to spend
$1,500 in order to make this campaign1
the greatest of its kind ever held in1
any university. The mobilization plan
has been tried at Wisconsin, but notz
on the mammoth scale on which this1
one has been outlined.
Paul C. Wagner, '16E, is generalf
chairman of the mobilization commit-t
tee, while Philip C. Lovejoy, '16, isl
executive secretary, and Grace I.
Fletcher, '16, is chairman of the wom-
en's division. The campaign will be
closed Sunday evening, November 22,
with a mammoth meeting in Hill audi-
torium.I

ges

vionei ourst i rstu noj" to
Purchase Admission Cards
at Union Desk
Today

I ANNOUNCE PROGRAM OF ANNUAL
SEASON WINDUP CELEBRATION
ttractions Will Include Cheering,
Musical Selections
and Speeches
Members of the Union will be given
the first opportunity to purchase tick-
ets to the big football smoker planned
by the Union for Tuesday night in
Barbour gymnasium.
The tickets sell at 25 cents and will
be placed on sale at the Union desk
this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Mon-
day the admission cards will be pur-
chasable by the general public at the
Union. The number to be sold is re-
stricted to approximately 1,840, mean-
ing "first come first served."
Speakers for the entertainment
from out of town are James Schermer-
horn, editor of the Detroit Times, and
Frances D. Eaman, '01L, legal attor-
ney in Detroit. Their topics have not
been given to the public.-
The faculty speaker is not announc-
ed. H. Beach Carpenter, '14-'17L, editor
of The Michigan Daily, will talk in
behalf of the student body.
Head Coach Fielding H. Yost will
be present and may give a short ad-'
dress.
Prof. A. S. -Whitney, chairman of the
board in control of athletics, has con-
sented to award the "M" insignias to
the football players.
C. B. Haff, '15L, is to lead the cheer-
ing assisted by A. S. Lyndon with his
lantern slides .and cartoons.
'The Varsity band will also give sev-
eral numbers together with <the Glee
and Mandolin clubs. The Midnight
Sons' quartette and the Mandolin Trio
will render numbers.
Membership certificates must accom-

Westerman,
tional ability
present leade
neth Western
will play a
is one of the
quartette bec
This mand
addition to i
composed en
men'"fro'm *

stage, and will le composed
dance and dialogue acts, to-
with motion pictures.
ers of-the Michigan Union will
itted to the entertainment free
ge, while admission will be
all non-members and towns-
ts for the production are open
student in the university ex-
shmen, and will be held Thurs-
vember 19, at a. place to be
ed later. In accordance with
'ganized membership rules of
es, successful tryouts for the
vaudeville show will be con-
eligible candilates for mem-
to the society. Every student
y ability before the footlights,
sted by the management to
ent at the tryouts- with some
ly arranged skit.
al Chairman C. L. Kendrick,
announced the namnes of the
g committeemen to assist in
nagement: Assistants to the
n;--W. A. P. John, '16, and
Brotherton, '16. Chairman of
angements committee;-Earl
inley, '16. Assistants; E. Rod-
ylvester, '17 acid Lawrence

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their hands full trying to stop him.
Collyer is also a good plunger, while
Barrett and Shuler are a wonderful
pair of running backs. The Cornell
backfield is far superior to any that
has represented the Ithacans in re-
cent years, and if the line holds, Mich-
igan will have to show a. big improve-
ment over her game against Pennsyl-
vania to score a victory over Sharpe's
men. Cornell will bring six backfield
men of varsity calibre on the squad
that will invade Michigan Saturday.
Barrett, Shuler, Collyer and Hill will
form the quartet that will oppose the
Wolverines at the start of the game,
but Phillippi and Collins will undoubt-
edly be given a chance to show later
in the contest, and Williams, Whitney
and Mueller are ready to go in if
needed.
The running of the Cornell team will
be left to Barrett, and in him, the
westerners will see a field general in
action who is a serious contender for
All-American honors at the position.
According to Coach Sharpe, Barrett
is the best all-around back uncovered
at Cornell in the last ten years.
The positions, numbers, and weights
of the Cornell players follow:
Pos. Player No. Weight
RE C'Hearn, Capt. 1 1731
Eckley 12 154
Lautz 14 161
Mehaffey 15 164
RT Bailey 2 176
Fischer 17 176
Jewett 18 185
RG Anderson 3 213
C Cool 4 .165f
Brown 20 181
LE Shelton 5 168
LT .Gallogly 6 175
Butts 21 180
Jlamison 22 191
LC Munsick 7 177
Snyder 23 197
Tilley 19 1801
(Continued on page 6)1

Injured Student Soon to Return Home
Walter I. McKenzie, '15L, who sus-
tained a fractured skull several weeks
ago, when he fell from an interurban
car at Ypsilanti, will be sent soon to
his home in this city, by the university
hospital authorities. McKenzie will
not be able to re-enter the university
this semester.

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and W. C
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pany requests for
key.
Special reservat
for the faculty me
tend the entertain
been done heretol

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uchta, '17.
'esident Koontz Appoints Comi'nittee
Pres. P. D. Koontz, '14-'17L, of the
nion has appointed the following
mmittee to arrange the file of all
ilon members alphabetically and ac-
rdimag to departments and classes.
Ce committee is J. C. Howell, '18,
'ed Sutter, '18, Otis L. Sullivan, '18,
.d Roland Winslow, '18. As soon as
e wo-rk is completed and a check
ay be had, the membership campaign
Bong. the fraternities and house
ubs will be continued. Every mem-
r of the house organizations listed
the ,student directory who is not al-
ady . member will be approached.

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COMINEi MANDOLiN AND L1E
'which appemrs in concert in Hill auditorium toi

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errow even

Twenty-Five Cents

and Mandolin

Club Concert

Auditorium, Nov.12th, 8:00 P. M.

Tickets at Wahr's, Sheehan's, and The Union

Twenty-Five Cents

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