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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1914.

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WALTER CAMP'S ALL-AMERICAN TEAMS.
In Collier's Weekly

PICK 'MAULI
COVETED P

LoDAY
ub, McMillan hail, 4:00

FIRST TEAM
End--Hardwick, Harvard...... . . .
Tackle-Ballin, Princeton............
Guard-Pennock, Harvard............
Center-McEwan, West Point..........
Guard-Chapman, Illinois............
Tackle-Trumbull, Harvard ..............
End-O'Hearn, Cornell ..................
Quarter-Ghee, Dartmouth.............,.
Halfback-Maulbetsch, Michigan.......
Halfback-Bradlee, Harvard ............_
Fullback-Mahan, Harvard .........,....

SECOND TEAM
Merrillat, West Point ............. .
Nash, Rutgers ..................
Jordan, Texas..................
Des Jardien, Chicago.......... .
Shenk, Princeton... ..... ...
Patterson, W. & J.................
Brann, Yale................
Barrett, Cornell.................
Spiegel, W. &. J... ........ ......
Cahall, Lehigh ...... .......
Le Gore, Yale .. .............

THIRD TEAM
Solon, Minnesota
Halligan, Nebraska
Spears, Dartmouth
Cruikshank, W. &. J.
Meacham, West Point
Weyand, West Point
Overesch, Annapolis
-Wilson, Yale
Pogue, Illinois
Talman, Rutgers.
Whitney, Dartmouth

lyn, on "Politics,"
3:00 o'clock.
>r, at "Y" meeting,
6:30 o'clock.
anning, on "The
iotism," St. An-

Luing of Patr

w's church, 7:30 o'clo
W. W. Florer, at Men(

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soci-
8:00

abbi Louis J. Kopold, at Jewis
dents' congregation, McMillan
6:45 o'clock.
cott Wilkins, on "Socialism,"
berry hall, 8:15 o'clock.
aptist church, N. C. Fetter, on
ciency and Faith," 10:30 0'
and Prof. Graham Taylor to
classes, 12:00 o'clock.

h Stu-
n hall,
New-
"Effi-
'clock;I
adult1

KERMESS CHARMS
AUDIENCEOF 4500
Spectators Treated to Exclusively
Women's Rendition of Songs
Dances and Plays

MARJORIE ADAMS SCORES

HIT

W. Knepper, on
n," 10:30 o'clock;
Passion Play at

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rational church, Carl Patton, of
abus, O., at 10:30 o'clock.
st church, A. W. Stalker, on
Task of Common People,". at
o'clock, and "Is the Golden
Practicable?", at 7:30 o'clock.
eriah church, L. A. Barrett, on
Power of Christ in the Career
omas," 10:30 o'clock, and Mr.
e W. Nasmyth, at 7:30 o'clock.
rew's Episcopal church, Dr. W.
nning, at 10:30 o'clock.

Applauded by an audience of 4,000,
the long-heralded Kermess entertain-
ment scored a success last night in
Hill auditorium.
Marjorie- Adams was easily the indi-
vidual star of the evening, appearing
in a vivacious French song and dance,
"Love's Awakening."
"Shades of Night," an English play-
let, which called for good acting, was
well done, being staged by the Mas-
ques. The four characters in the pray
were Ruberta Woodworth, '17, Phyllis
Povah, '16, Hertha Hartwig, '15D, and

TAYLOR WILL AID0IN
SOCIALDISCUSSION,
Distinguished Sociologist Discusses
Practical Problems With
Students Today
SPEAKS AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT
Graham Taylor, the Chicago sociolo-
gist, is in Ann Arbor today for the pur-
pose of enlightening any .university
students, who wish to know more of
practical problems in modern social
service. He will devote the full day to
conferences, lectures and discussions.
Mr. Taylor will speak at the "Y"
Majestic meeting at 6:30 o'clock in the
evening. In this address he will tell
of "Chicago Commons," his social set-
tlement that has attracted world-wide
attention.
The first meeting -will be a discus-
sion and questionaire at McMillan hall
from 9:30 o'clock to 10:30 o'clock this
morning. This is especially for stu-
dents who expect to take up social ser-
vice work, though any may come.
Mr. Taylor will speak to the Baptist
guild, Prof. J. P. Bird's class in sociol-
ogy, and any others who wish to hear

EXCEPT FOR FINAL POLISHING
Club Members Are Urged to Sechre
Pasteboards to Forestall
Disappointment
With every act on the Spotlight vau-
deville bill now ready for staging noth-
ing remains to be taken care of but the
final polishing for the production at
8:00 o'clock Wednesday night in Hill
auditorium. Six acts, widely varied in
their character, every one a feature,
handled by the best tlxe campus affords
in the way of entertainers, comprise
the program that will be offered to the

UNION VAUDEVILLE COMPLETE

Eastern Critic Ment
Ra-ynsford on S
of Ho:
"Johunie" Maulbe
star offensive player
ed for a halfback p
Camp's All-Americar
year of collegiate foo
is an unusual one for
er, and is a great tri
of the Wolverine you
In speaking of th(
betsch, Camp says:
"The last place is
but Maulbetsch of M
a shade over Spiege
and Jefferson becaus
ning is so unexpect
ents, as was proved r

2,800 Union members and others who pecial:
attend. pierce
Tickets, which are free to Union everyc
members, are now being distributed The t
at the desk, on pesentation of the ed, w
membership card. They should be pro- streng
cured at once in order that no one may Maulb
be disappointed. Others may secure runs,
admission cards for 25 cents at the runs
Union, or at a number of the State and shbrt-
Main street stores. The

in his abilit
e Harvard de
knows, was e

executed,
rst was a

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rta

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He
2:00

1 4:00
, indi-
r with
social
one of

represent
. ical elevi
I OK Harvard,
sylvania
have had
AT UNION MEETING isareghard
teams of
s regard(
Alumnus Will Lecture on "Practical for Michi
Politics" at Clubhouse noted in I
Today sideration
their prov
TO RENDER MUSICAL PROGRAM But on
placed on
Hon. R. Waite Joslyn, '91L, of Elgin, Chapman
Illinois, a member of the upper house a guard.
honored1
of the Illinois legislature, will speak quintet o:
to the members of the Union at 3:00 gracing t:
o'clock this afternoon on "Practical This ye

spices of the university
ice, 11 lectures are
;he coming week, Prof.
n will speak ,today at
seum of Art, on "Civic
ent Rome." Prof. H. R.
before the Saginaw Art
"How to Judge a Pic-
. 0O. Davis will speak
4e. same day on "Voca-
Guthe will lecture at
Sunday on "The Relig-
.st"; and Prof. R. D. T.
give "The Rivals" at
esday. Prof. P. S.
re an illustrated lecture
lay to the boy scouts of

in -by December 1, the recently or-
ganized University of Michigan Rifle
club hopes to be able to enter a team.
Officers of the club have written the
American Rifle association, under
whose auspices the competition is car-'
ried on, in an effort to enter a team.
If the Wolverines can secure the priv-
ilege of entry, they will compete with
te.ams in the "C" class, which consists
of teams of smaller colleges, and
those'recently organized.
Extensive interest has been shoWIn
in the infant Rifle club, and already
more than 50 men have paid their in-
itiation dues of one dollar, in addition
to the yearly fee of 50 cents. The mon-
ey procured in this manner has been
partially expended In buying new in-
door rifles for practice purposes. Sup-
plementing the guns secured in this
manner, several groups of 4 or 5 stu-
dents have ordered their own rifles.
The Maize and Blue will be
assured a ranking t e a m in
the rifle competition, as sev-
eral expert marksmen are enrolled'
in the club. H. A. Moul, eng. spec.,
president of the club, was a member of
company "B" of the Pennsylvania en-
gineers for three years, and was a
(Continued on page 8.)
FREE.
to Union Members.
Secure your tiokets at the desk
with Membership Cord.
25c ,to Others
Tickets on sale Tinkers, Wahrs
Sheehans, University Musio
House, Turbeys.

Dr. William T. Manning, rector of
Trinity parish, New'York city, will lec-
ture on "The Meaning of Patriotism"
at St. Andrew's Episcopal church at
7:30 o'clock this evening.
In his present position he has become
known as one of the greatest execu-
tives in the Episcopal church. Dr.
Manning does not confine all his inter-
ests to administration, as he originat-
ed the Conference on Faith and Order,
an organization looking toward church
iunity. This is the fourth lecture on
the Baldwin series and is considered
one. of the best numbers on the year's
program.
SOPH PROM CHAIRMAN PICKED
BY SECOND YEAR ENGINEERS;
R. W. Collins, '17E, chairman of the
soph engineer social committee, has
been chosen general chairman of the
soph prom committee by the social
committee of the class. In alternate
years, the soph engineers and soph
lits elect the general chairman. The
other members of the social commit-
tee will act as chairmen of the various
committees for the prom, with the
members of the soph lit social commit-
tee acting under them..

I Politics." Mr. Joslyn will talk on his
Singing, Dancing and Monologue Will subject, as he puts it, "as seen by one
Be Submitted who has been in the game." His let-
Cast tryouts for the 1915 Union op- ter states that his remarks will con-
era are announced for 7:00 o'clock to- sist of a very frank statement of his
morrow night in the Alpha Nu rooms knowledge about "politicians," their
on the fourth floor of University hall. relation to business and general prog-
Singing, dancing, monologue, and sim- ress, with some suggestions as to what
ilar presentations, will probably be might be done to remedy the evils of
given by most of the tryouts. the situation.
From among the number who ap- In addition to the talk, a musical
pear tomorrow, those who have the program has been arranged, which in-
most talent will be given regular parts, cludes numbers by the Varsity quartet,
and after Christmas vacation, a further and several Hawaiian songs with uke-
elimination will be held. lele accompaniment, by James L. Dris-
coll,;'18. Refreshments will be served.

POLES ARRANGE CELEBRATION
FOR HONORING HEROES OF OLD
In commemoration of the unsuccess-
ful rebellion of the Poles in Warsaw
in 1830, the Polonia club will meet in
room 313 of the new engineering
building at 3:00 o'clock today. Prof.
S. J. Zowski and Mr. F. W. Pawlowski
of theengineering faculty will speak,
and A. Horbaszowski, '15E, will read
a paper on the conditions in Poland at
the time of the rebellion.

Detroit. Prof. Filibert Roth will talk
at Battle Creek Wednesday on "For-
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi wil lecture at
Jackson on Tuesday on "City Parks."
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne will talk at St.
Clair Tuesday on "From the Black
Forest to the Black Sea"; Prof. R. M.
Wenley will speak at Grand Rapids
Sunday on "Main Factors of Human
Nature"; and Prof. J. G. Winter will
talk in the same city Friday, on "Greek
Lands and Letters."
Football Star Will Enter University
Ralph McGinnis, captain of the Iowa
football team in 1913, and last year's
coach of the Iowa city high school
team, will enter the university to study

GYMNASIUM PETITIONS TURNED
IN WITH 1,000 NAMES SIGNED
All gymnasium petitions were re-
turned to the informal committee last
night, and more than 1,000 names are
now affixed to the paperg asking for
increased gymnasium facilities. The
petitions will be presented to the
board of regents at their December
meeting, which is to be held ,during.
the holidays.
if

from the fact that, for
since Camp has' beer
teams, not a Yale playe
team,, The work of th
gies, or any of their stE
tioned even in the ion
accompanies the teams
Aside from Maulbets'
players are placed on a
teams, although Capi
and Captain-Elect Coc
given honorable menti
of gridiron critics in h
will !appear in next N
Collier's weekly. Thre
sy of this publication
Daily is allowed to pr
to its readers, this mo:
THREE MEN PICKED
IN FINAL PEACE
Date of Peliminaries
First of Year on
of Vacati
First tryouts last ni-
of six men, to compose
pirants for the pea'ce
ed in the selection of t
were: N. E. Pinney, ';1
'15, 5. P. Hilado, gran
Three more men will :
day. This team of six
tice for the contest and
tions before the genera
time during the first 'w
Due to the change in v
al preliminaries were
December 22 to a later
now definitely known
be held. The contest
University Hall on Jan

WATCH

FOR T..

SPOTLIGHT

6
Dazzling
Novelty
Feature
Acts
6

,

Vaudeville
Wednesday, Dec.16

Hill Auditorium
8 P. M.

Y" MAJESTIC MEETING

Tells the
Story of
His Work

Doors Open,

RAHAI

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OR

Movies,

Prof. Taylor,

OF CHICAGO

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