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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.

PRICE FIVE

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TODAY
Soccer, Michigan vs. Interlaken, South
Ferry field, 10:00 o'clock.
Cross-country run, C. C. C. vs. Y. M.
C. A., from Chemistry building, at
10:30 o'clock.

"Step Lively, Please." Cupid's Spec IaI
Leaves For State Street In Two Minutes

To WinI

3n a foot-
nes west
turn the
.as con-
on with a
ms have
' game,
a great

Football game, Michigan vs. Cornell,
Ferry field, 2:00 o'clock.
Chess and Checker club, Michigan Un-
ion, 7:30 o'clock.
Union dance, Barbour gymnasium,
9:00 o'clock.
TOMORROW
"Dad" Elliot, on "Quitters," Majestic
theater,-6:30 o'clock.
Dr. Herbert Welch, Methodist church,
7:30 o'clock.
Menorah* society meeting, Newberry
hall, 7:30 o'clock.

"It's a hard life we poor street car
conductors lead. This 'Cupid's Spe-
cial' stuff gets my goat. I'd rather be
out dragging the work train up and
down the main line between switches.
"Here it is 10:00 o'clock, and not a
customer. Ah, here comes Tom Long-
boat breaking the world's record. Yes,
this car leaves for Ann Arbor in four
minutes. What's the matter, is the
clock fast? Look out there, young
fellow! Steady there, the car doesn't
leave for three minutes yet. Yes,
there's some seats left. One at a time
please. Don't crowd. Please step for-
ward in the car please. Look here,
young fellow, this isn't the Pennsyl-
vania game. No, you don't have to ride
on the step. You can walk if you want
fellow, this isn't the Pennsylvania
game. No, you don't have to ride on

the step. You can walk if you want
to.
"All aboard. This car for Ann Ar-
bor. 'Ding! Ding!' I suppose if I make
good at this job they'll put me on the
Honeymoon express."
You don't know what it's all about?
Well, come to life, you're not room-
ing in the graveyard, are you? You
know the Detroit, Jackson and Chicago
railroad has risen from the dead and
posted the following notice in the Ann
Arbor waiting room:
"To Whom It May Concern:
"For the benefit of those who visit
Ypsilanti on Sunday evenings, a "Cu-
pid's Special" will be operated ex-
clusively for Ann Arbor students,
leaving Ypsilanti waiting room at
10:05 p. m., sharp, commencing Sun-
day evening, November 15, 1914."
E~very man get a man!

itt, and H ldStar Chamber Session
ames for Soph medics held a secret meetingf
fternoon, yesterday morning. George McClure,
bably get president of the class refused to give
s over, is out any statement of the classes' ac-
ne means tion, and other members of the class
ply their refused to break the secrecy of the
l te ir, meeting. Nothing is known of the
lose it, doings of the class, except that it was
the year called for the purpose of discussing
defeat+ . the student council.,

CI LOUD
AT "PEP"_SESSION
Enthusiastic Applause Meets Remarks
of Speakers; Women Give
Hearty Yell

FOOTBALL SMOKER
SCARDS GO QUICKLY

May

Sell Out Reservations by Monday;
Secure Music by Band and
Musical Clubs

"MAJ" OPENS HOUSE TO ROOTERS I YOST MAY GIVE INFORMAL TALK

es since
iize and

Menorah Society to Study Turgenieff
Menorah society will meet in New-
berry hall at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow
night, to discuss the Russian author
Turgenieff, and his attitude toward
the Jew as expressed in his writings.
D. M. Bavly, '15E, and A. Leven, '17,
will lead the discussion. All mem-
bers of the university have been in-

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Hill auditorium was filled to capa-
city last night with Michigan rooters
who never for a moment slackened
their enthusiasm.
H. Beach Carpenter, '14-'17L, intro-
duced the speakers, Judge H. W. New-
kirk, '79L, of Ann Arbor, The Rev. M.
S. Rice, ex-'95L, of Detroit, and Prof.
R. W. Aigler. The speakers kept their
audience in a continual state of en-
thusiasm, and their remarks were
punctuated by hearty a p p 1 a u s e
throughout. None of the speeches lag-
ged, and the large crowd could not re-
strain itself.
"Hap" Haff led off cheers for all the
men on the squad as their pictures
(Continued on page 4)

Those desiring tickets to the tra-
ditional Union football smoker,. given
in honor of the 1914 gridiron warriors,
will have to hurry if they are to get
seats. By present indications, all res-
ervations will be sold out within the
next day or two.
Everything is ready for the occasion
now, down to the provision of Natural
cigarettes. Mr. James Schermerhorn,
editor of the Detroit Times, F. D.
Eaman, '01L, Prof. R. E. Bunker, of
the legal department, and H. B. Car-
penter, '14-'17L,, editor of The Michi-
gan Daily, make up the complete list
of speakers, with the possibility of
Head Coach Fielding H. Yost giving an
(Continued oi page 4)

ed to attend the meetings
mnorah society.

of theI

SOCCERITES PLAY WITH INTER-
LAEN ELEVEN; THIS MORNING
Battle Will Be Staged Behind Varsity
Baseball Diamond at
10:00 O'clock
Coach McCall's aggregation of soc-
cerites stage their second home con-
flict this morning, with an eleven rep-
resenting the Interlaken School, of
Rolling Prairie, Ill., as their oppon-
ents. The game, which starts prompt-
ly at 10:00 o'clock, will be played on
the first gridiron behind the Varsity
baseball diamond.
Last week's victory over the Nor-
malites from Ypsilanti afforded Coach
McCall's men opportunity to Increase
their efficiency at team-play, and al-
though the Interlaken team is sup-
posed to be a great deal stronger than
last week's opponents, the local play-
ers are confident of annexing their
second victory of the year.
Another cripple has been added to
McCall's forces in the person of Tripo-
litis, who sustained severe bumps in
the Ypsi tussle. With Walton back In
the game, however, Michigan will not
notice Tripolitis' absence so keenly.
Brown, too, is still unable to assume
his role.
The tentative lineup as announced
by McCall last night follows: goal,
Josephs; right forward, Van Dormsa-
laar; left forward, Mauriere; right
half, Walton; center half, Fowler;
left half, Moisides or deLiefde; right
outside, Martin; right inside, Dom-
booragien; center forward, McCall;
left inside, Cohen; left outside, Rom-
em.
Tickets for Union Dance Going Slowly
Many tickets still remain unsold for
the Union post-game dance to be held
in Barbour gymnasium from 9:00 to
12:00 o'clock tonight, only two-fifths
of the 225 tickets having been dis-
posed of so far. Guest cards can be
obtained from the Union for visitors,
who will be given the rights of mem-
bership while in the city.'
TO MEETEXPENSES
Varsity Band Needs $580 to Pay Bills
From Harvard Trip and For
New Overcoats
FILMS DEPICT FOOTBALL. GAMES
Motion pictures of the Harvard and
Pennsylvania games, together with a
novel "variation of the program in the
shape of "talking movies," will be
shown in Hill auditorium on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, November
23, 24, and 25, under the auspices of
the Varsity band.
Daines and Nickels, the State street
photographers are the makers of the
films of the games, which with other
films and slides of campus interest,
will provide an entertainment about
one hour in length. New pictures of
President-Emeritus James B. Angell,
President Harry B. Hutchins, the
deans, and many professors will be
taken for the occasion. According.to
the present plan, three shows will be
given each evening, ten cents admis-
sion being the charge.
The purpose of the exhibition is to
raise money with which to defray the
remainder of the expenses of the
band's trip to Harvard, for which
about $180 is needed. The new mili-
tary overcoats, which cost $400, have
yet to be paid for, and It is hoped that
this plan will secure enough° money

for this purpose.
Complain That Students Remove Lights
President Harry B. Hutchins has
received complaints from the builders
of the new women's dormitory, on
South University avenue, to the effect'
that students have made a practice of
removing the lanterns placed as warn-
ing lights on the piles of material in
the street. The offense is punishable
by statute.

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MICHIGAN WO
PLAN SOCIAL
Campaign to Apply Christi
Active College Work
With Mass Meetin
Thursday
ENGAGE PROMINENT SI
TO HOLD CONFERENC

"Mobilization" of univers
toward an active and prac
cation of the principles of
ity in college life and its p
to be the aim of three mas
to be held in Newberry hal
o'clock to 8:00 o'clock, on
Friday, and Saturday, No

All Who

20, and 21, under
University Y. W.
Dr. Richard C. (
speak Thursday

this mee
. be held
various

nounced later.
The meetings will
by the following wor
Y. W. C. A. work, w
Ann Arbor for the pu
Allen, '15, of the Un
go, the first woman
Undergraduate Couy
versity; Miss Lucy
national secretary of
Miss Mary Corbett, r
of the Central Field c
and the following
Miss Virginia Hinck
versity of India
lah Bowen, of

aore .
-pe's
)ver- f
ands
rgin
Cor- Squad of Warriors Arrives in Nearby
id a City With Best Physical
n is Condition For
Fray
sig-
rked SUCCESS OF LAST FEW GAMES
sles GIVES ITHACANS CONFIDENCE

Ii STATISTICS OF TODAY'S GAME ii

Cornellians Practice at Country Club;
Arrive in Ann Arbor at
1:00 O'clock

Player
Ricigan
Benton
Reimann
i lcHale
Raynsford (
Watson
Cochran
Staatz
Hughitt
Maulbetsch
Splawn
Bastian

Wgt. hIgt. Age

178
181
207
(C) 185
174
215:
170
146
153
159
164

V'
5' 11"
5' 11"
6'
5' 9"
5' 10"
5' 11"
5' 8"
0' 7"
5' 11"
5' 7"

24
24
23
23
21
20
24
22
22.
21
22

LE
3T
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH

21
22
21
20
20
19
21
20
21
23
22

8 1"
5'
5' 110"
5' 11"
6' %"
5' 11"-
a' 10"
6'
' 10"
w' 10"
5' 11"

168
175
177
165
213
176
173
180
168.
169
185

Pos. Age Hgt. Wgt.

Player
Cornell
Shelton
Gallogly
Munsick
Cool
Anderson
Allan
O'Hearn (C).
Barrett
Shuler.
Hill
Collyer

ect to
r vic-

gan an even
11. (Special to The Michigan Daily.)
DETROIT, MICH., Nov. 13.-Cor-
ANGEROUS nell's Big Red team arrived in Detroit
at 8:00 o'clock this morning, with ev-
gan Central ery man on the squad in the best of
reak shape for the clash with the Wolver-
mn Mr. E. D. ines tomorrow. There is not a crip-
er of the ple on the Ithacans' roster, and the
d Company, Easterners will have no excuses to
it Harry B. make, if they fail to down the fighting
en called to Maize and Blue eleven on Ferry field
ugurated by tomorrow.
time of the The great progress made by the
'hen several Cornell team in the last few games
lergraduates has given the men the confidence that
the canopy was so lacking in the mid-season con-
tests, and every man is on edge for
were never the struggle with the men of Yost.
ch a heavy While the coaches are not so out-spok-
r. George H. en, they maintain that Michigan must
the system, put up a better game than on last Sat-
e that pre- urday, if they are to down the vet-
e. eran team from Cornell.
sted that po- The Easterners practiced at the De-
iecessary to troit country club this afternoon, and
s property, will be quartered there until Satur-
had, in the day noon, when they leave for Ann
ufficient to Arbor, arriving there at 1:00 o'clock,
sm, but Mr. and going directly to Ferry field.
on that. the Coach Sharpe tonight announced the
after the at- Cornell lineup as follows: Shelton, le;
ody is once Gallogly, it; Munsick, lg; Cool, c;
doing away Anderson, rg; Allen, rt; O'Hearn, re;
fction, which Barrett, qb; Shuler, lh; Hill, fb; Coll-
results. yer, rh.

Substitutes
Michigan:-
Catlett, RH; Zieger, QB; Lyons, FB; Dunne, E;
Cornell:-

Norton, G.

Phillippi, Hsi; Kleinert, FB; Collins, QB; Eckley, E; Snyder, G.
Total Weight-Michigan, 1982.
Total Weight-Cornell, 1949.
Average Weight-Michigan, 175 7-11.
Average Weight-Cornell, 177 2-11.
Average Weight Linemen-Michigan, 188.
Average Weight Linemen-Cornell, 178 1-7.
Average Weight Backs-Michigan, 155 1-2.'
Average Weight Backs-Cornell, 175 1-2.
Officals-Referee-Joe Pendleton, Bowdin.
Umpire-Lewis Hinekey, Yale.
Field Judge-J. C. Holderness, Lehigh.'
Head Linesman-Lieut. N. A. Prince, West Point.
'lime of quarters-15 minutes. Game called at two o'clock.
Wesleyan Guild Lecture
President Herbert Welch
of Ohio Wesleyan University
the Soul of the World"
Sunday, November 15 7:30 P.M.
METHODIST CHURCH

The local secretaries will hc
ly conferences in the organized
en's houses throughout the can
and opportunities to meet the
ers will be given from 9:00 o'c
11:00 o'clock each morning, in
berry hall, or by 'special appoin
The campaign is in charge of
mittee of ninety women, of
Grace Fletcher, '16, is general
man. This committee will mee
during the campaign. Beatric
brecht, '16, and Helen Burlingh.
are chairmen of the entertains;
publicity committees, respecti
SEEK SECRETARIES TO ATT
Commerce Heads Ask for Appll
for New Posts
President Harry B. Hutchi
received a request for applicati
positions as 'secretary to the r
appointed commercial attaches
is, Petrograd, Berlin, Santiag
Pekin. The request comes fr
department of commerce at W
ton, and contains a list of qi
tions which candidates for th
sitions should have.
The most important follow:
ing knowledge of stenograph:
typewriting; ability to speak la
of country in which attache is l
ability to write Englibh; some
edge of official correspondene
eral familiarity with commer
commerce and commercial geo
A training in economics is also
able, though not absolutely nee
All applicants must be tho
American.
Applications should be ma
once, as the attaches to these ci
to leave for their posts within
time. Examinations may be to
any large city in the United
Any students who desire recomi
tions from President Hutchins
quested to see him at once.

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