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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, 1OS'

TODAY
"Mobilization" meeting, University
hall, 7:00 o'clock.
Organ recital, Hill auditorium, 5:15
o'clock.

by E. Haislip, at
K. Heath, '07;
esented to
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)ARD TO TAKE
ON ON SUBJECT
Are Names ofj
Mentors Among
g Measure
iscussion among
s and graduates
i petition asking
t of military ser-
g in the univer-
n up by Edward
request of Homer
. be presented to
at their meeting
ion was only cir-
hree days, about
ned to the peti-
hem appear the
M. Bates, of the
an M. E. Cooley.

2,000.[ENRO L FO R
BO' CONFERENCE
Secretary. of State William Jennings
Bryan Will Speak; Brought Here
By Petition
SCOUTS SEND REPRESENTATIVES
Michigan's twelfth annual state
Boy's Conference, which opens In
Ann Arbor Friday, November -27 and

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TOMORROW
Comedy club play, "The
Sarah Caswell Angell
o'clock.
Wright Saxaphone Trio
Granger's, 9:00 o'clock.

Bracelet,"
hall, 8:00

dance at

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES WILL GET
ADDED SPACE ON YEAR. O.6
Along with the acceptance of. te
new plan : jr frater'r.ty space in this
year's Michiganensian by the inter-
fraternity conference, the approval of
the professional fraternities, sororities
and house clubs has been secured,
thus assuring the plans for giving
more space to the campus activities
In general, hereafter.
Managing Editor Thom of this year's
book has set December 1 as the final
date for the receipt of ,copy for the
fraternity section, and as delay in this
matter will retard the progress of the
work, all having copy for this space
are requested to send it in'as soon as

Members of Empire State Club Meet
Besides University women from New York
the peti- state who belong to the Empire State
club, met for a social evening, at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority last
was - be- night. Games.- were played- and re-
nd have freshments served. Meetings of the.
ogn In organization .will be held each month;,
tttherd IAt the next meeting rules ,for the
Is ho initiation of new members . -ill be
dence in taken up and discussed.
- Japanese Alumnus Visits Ann Arbor
Jtsuo Hanaoka, '00, a former Mich-
ACTION igan graduate, is at present visiting
in'Ann Arbor in the interests of the
Prepare Imperial, Bank'of Jalpan. .His 'head-
quarters are in New York city, where
he acts in the capacity of superin-
tendent of the agencies of the bank.
hen they
text Sat-
aws and
uth Fer-
about 14
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nder the
Thurs- Michigan's Cross-Country Team of Six
and did Men Enters Detroit Event
to keep For First Time
distance
win Sat- TRELFA WILL LEAD WOLVERINES
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lasts until Sunday, November 29, will
be the largest gathering of boys ever
held in this country. From the num-
bers which', have alrepdy signified
their intention of coming, indications
are that there will be considerably
more than 2,000 boys in attendance
during the three days of the confer-
ence.
While the conference is under the
auspices of Michigan Y. M. C. A.'s,
there will be 'boys representing boys'
church clubs, Sunday school clasess,
Y. M. C. A. groups, high school clasm
es and clubs, and boy scout organiza-
tions. The boys will range in age
from 15 to21 years, and all of their
meetings will be conducted by them-
selves.
Among the speakers who have been
secured for this year's conference
are Secretary of State William Jen-
nings Bryan, who was induced to
come through a petition signed by
4,000 Michigan boys and' Fred B.
Smith; of New York, now connected
with the H. W. Johns Manville Com-
pany, formerly international Y. 'M.
C. A. secretary, and genferally re-
garded as the greatest living speaker
to young men. He has spoken to vast
audiences in -all. parts of the world.
President Harry B. Hutchins will'
welcome the delegates at the open-
ing meeting which will be held in'
Hill auditorium Friday afternoon.
Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris, and
United States Senator Charles E.
'ownsend, have also been engaged
to address the boys at the Friday af-
ternoon meeting.
Edgar M. Robinson, of New York,
international Y. M. C. A. secretary
for boys, and T. D. Upton, of' Grand
Rapids, better known as Coach "Din-
iie" Upton, have also been secured to
speak at the conference meetings.
An'atttempt is being made by the
arrangements committee to stage the
annual football game for the inter-
scholastic championship of the state
of Michigan on Ferry field on Satur-
day afternoon.
RHETORIC PROFESSORS ATTEND'
NATIONAL COUNCIL AT CHICAGO

Assurance has been received by the
senior lit social committee, that the
"Meister Singers" quartette from De-
troit will be present at the "Castle
House Cabaret," to be staged at the
Union at 2:30 o'clock Saturday after-
noon.
In addition to the program that. this
quartette will furnish, a fancy dance,
featuring intricate steps, will be put
on by two student dancers.
As an added attraction, Harold Nut-
ting, '15L, manager of the Cmedy
club, has been procured to give some
impersonations.
Tickets to the cabaret are nearly
all taken. Those remaining car ,be
procured from Louis Friedman, who
is in charge of the affair, Chester
Lang, Howard Marsh, and J. L. O'Ha-
ra. Alice Wiard, Marjorie Del-van,
Marion McPherson, and Fanny Ho-
gan, have charge of the sale aurong
the senior women.
JUNIOR ENGINEERS OPEN YEAR
WITH FIRST FEATURE SMOKER

city, speaks at junior engi- *
neering assembly.
12:00-Luncheon for student a
and faculty workers, kethod-
ist church. Judge 'iarry *
Lockwood, of the circuit court
of Detroit, will lunch at New- #
berry hall with the student i
officers of the classes in the' *
law department.
1:00-Dr. Richard C. Cabot, of *
Boston, speaks to students of A
the medical departmnt. *
2:00-4:00- p e a k e r s' office P
hours.
4:30-Judge 'Alfred J. Murphy, *
of the circuit court of Detroit, *
speaks to students of the law *
department.
Special conference, Newberry *
hall, conducted by Dr. eter *
Roberts, for those interested i
in social service and industri- 9
al welfare work. '
C:00-Informal' talks by speak- *
ers at fraternities and sorori- *

Near Seniors Will Meet for an Even.
lug of Smokes, Eats, and
Talks Tomorrow
Music, talks, and sketches will fe$-
ture the opening smoker of the junior
engineers, which will take place at
the Union at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night.
Francis' T. Mack will preside as
chairman and will introduce, as the

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Victory
igan's soccerites engaged in a
ig practice session yesterday
it the assistance of their coach
'as unable to handle the squad.
ien are anxious to finish the
without defeat, and staged a
tussle among themselves in
ation for the Battle Creek con-
'hich takes place tomorrow in
-eakfast food city.
ay's fracas will be the final
it prior to tomorrow's battle,'
>ach McCall will be on hand to
his charges in another strenu-
ractice. The cripples on the
are rounding into shape and
im hones to present its strong-

Michigan will be represented in the
annual cross-country race, held under
the auspices of the Detroit Y. M. C. A.,
the local club having decided to send
a team of six men to ompete in the
Turkey Day meet. 'TJis meet is an
invitation affair, to which the univer-
sity -team of distance.;men. has been
invited for several seasons, this being
the first year in which a local team
has been entered.
While the team that will represent
Michigan in the holiday race has not
yet been finally decided upon, the
fine showing of the cross-country men
in the recent meeting with the De-
troit "Y" runners, insures 'the univer-
sity of a strong, team for the Thanks-
giving day contest.
Captain Trelfa, of the university
cross-country team, is certain to be
one of the men who will bear the
Maize and Blue at Detroit, but the oth-
er members of the team will be final'y
determined by the showing of the
men during the next few days.
Detroit Alumni Hear Geological Talk
Prof. E. C. Case, of the geology de-
partment, delivered a lecture on the
palentological collection of the uni-
versity, at. the weekly luncheon of the
Detroit alumni at the Edef'eiss cafe,
yesterday noon.'

Prof. J. R. Brumm of the rhetoric
department, has been appointed as
delegate of the School Masters club
and of the State Teacher's association,
for the meeting of the National Coun-
cil of Teachers of English to be held
in Chicago,. from November 26 to 28.
As yet, Professor Brumm is not cer-
tain whether or not he can accept the
invitation, to act as official represen-
tative of the two associations, as he
has other things which come in con-
flict with this date.
Prof. F. N. Scott is the only other
member of the rhetoric department
wlio now intends going to the Nation-
al Council. He will deLiver a lecture
at the meeting, on some phase of
English work which will 'be of inter-
est to teachers of English. The fact
that classes will be held, both the day
before, and the day after, Thanksgiv-
ing, makes it practically impossible
for the other members of the rhetoric
faculty to attend the council.
Homeopathic Doctors Will Meet Today
Homeopathic doctors of this city
and vicinity, will meet-at the homeo-a
pathic hospital tonight, to perfect the
organization of the Verification clubt
for the year. As in the past, the so-
ciety will hold monthly meetings, at
which papers will be read by members.
of the homeopathic faculty and oth-3
ers.

Russell Mills, will precede a talk on
the Student Council by Allan T.
Ricketts, president of that body. Le-
roy Scanlon will entertain with piano
"stunts," and Harold Schradzki will
close the evening with a few short
sketches.
EDITORS TALK TO JOURNALISTS
Guest of Sigma Delta Chi Recom.
mend College Editorials
James Shermerhorn. editor of the
Detroit Times, and Mr. W. F. Lovett,
of the Grand Rapids Evening Press,
were guests of Sigma Delta Chi, last
night at an informal gathering of
campus scribes.
Mr. Shermerhorn spoke on the new
phase of newspaper progress in
cleaning up the press of all spurious
advertising. The history of the de-
velopment of editorial influence was
taken up by Mr. Lovett in his re-
marks. He said that the editorials
of' the present day newspaper were
again coming to exert the influence
upon public opinion, as in the early
days, and that college men were
needed to write them.

"X" MEN WILL

Exodus of Coaches P
Attending Detroit ]
f Pontius to Sp

Contrary to expectations of the erts,
Detroit alumni, Head Coach Yost a.nd on
"Germany" Schulz will be unable to a usp
be present at the hig annual Football at 4:
smoker which will be held at the De- are e
troit . Board of Commerce, Saturday Yal
nigbt at 8:00 o'clock, both having left Bei
for theit homes. Former stars and Yale,
the Varsity football team will be pre%- ty cr
tary
ent.
It is practically certain that one of ties
the speakers for the evening will be rey,

NOTED PEACE ADVOCATE WILL
SPEAK AT METHODIST CHURCH see this
k'n uall r

Hamilton Holt of New York, editor
of "The Independent," will lecture on
"The Great War and the Peace Move-
ment" at the Methodist church at 7:30
o'clock next Sunday evening. The
address is given under the auspices of
the Wesleyan Guild, and is the fourth
of its series.
Mr. Holt has made a special study
of the peace questions. He is one of
the leading members of the New York
Peace society and the International
Conciliation society, and has given
many lectures on this subject through-
out the country.

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called on for short talks, together with
various 3tar- on former Michigan:
elevens.
Tickets for the entire program cost
$100 and a block of 100 are an sale
at the Michigan Union and at Hustow.
Brothers. Students are urged to oa-
tain their tickets in Ann Arbor, at
those on sale in Detroit are almost all
taken.

re-instatement of the Junior hop
the assembly at 11:00 o'clock today
room 348 engineering building.. Fr
all indications, the class will appc
a comimttee to consider and plan
proper steps which must be taken
have the faculty permit the return
the big social event.
The class will also discuss
wearing of yellow tassles on the cl
toques, to mark the engineering ji
iors.
Dr. Peter Roberts, of New Y
city, will address the engineers.

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