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RD WITH GREEN TEAM REFUSES
TACKLE WOLVERINES NEXT SEASON

nt from Crimson Headquarters
sserts It Unwise to Play
Powerful Eleven in
Mid-Season
DAME OR NEBRASHA MAY
PLACE ON 1915 SCHEDULE
Bartelme Quiets Rumor That
Princeton Tigers Will
Face Michigan
rd will not be on the Michi-
tball schedule next fall. The
authorities refuse to consid-
estern trip, and the Harvard
are opposed to meeting Mich-
mid-season with the green
ey expect next fall.
ichigan was willing to play,
at Cambrilge next fall, with-
nite assurances of a game on
eld in 1916, only one reason
for the falling through of
r another intersectional clash
ambridge stadium.
Michigan played Harvard this
the most inexperienced team
oach Yost has ever had, the
of the Crimson coaches, in not
to meet Michigan, because
1 not have a veteran team, ap
}Wolverine supporters' to be

Vhitney, chairman of the
d in control of athletics,
ied the following state-
y, Dec. 12, Mr. Bartelme
egram from Mr. Moore,
reasurer of the Harvard
letic association, to the
parently there was no
a western trip by the
all team, this year or
Stheir coaches thought
o green material next
%son game with a team

MICHIGAN MUSICIAN'S MARCH
NOW APPEARS IN SHEET FORM
C. D. Kountz, '02L, Composer of "Men
of Yost," Offers New Band
Song to Campus
'"That Michigan Band" is out.
Mr. C. D. Kountz, '02L, composer of
"Men of Yost," and the "Michigan
Drinking Song," has once more con-
tributed to Michigan's music, with the
stirring march song, "That Michigan
Band." This composition is already
familiar to the campus, since it was
introduced last week at the Glee club
concert, and previous to that, at the
Penn mass meeting.
Mr. Kountz has donated all royalties
that may accrue from the sale of the
song to the band. In addition to the
songs which he. has written for Michi-
gan, Mr. Kountz has composed several
popular songs, among them "Welcome
to the United States," described as a
neutral war song,. "Lovelight," and
"You Came to Me Out of the Dark-
ness."
Mr., Kountzs bet composition, per-
haps, is an introduction to "The Ber-
ner March," composed in 1520, used
by the Swiss 'army _as one of the offiil.
marches, and played extensively by all
the military bands of that country, in
the mobilization which followed the
breaking out of the present war.
"Men of Yost" published in 1904, en-
joyed a sle of 60,000 copies. The new
song was placed Qn sale yesterday, and
promises to meet with a Heavy demand.
BROOKES UNPOPUFAR AT PENNSY
Hard Luck of Coach Call Forth He.
buke of Ponsyvaplan
coach George Brooke, of the Penn-
sylvania football team, is now attack-
red byte Pelnsylvaniaxi, the official
atiydent publication of the university.
To have the Varsity football team1
unanimpusly vote to ask for his resig
now has the voice of the students
against him,
The Varsity lays its poor season to
Brooke and his methods, and the stu-
dents have taken up the cry.
DR. FORSYTHEACCEPTS PLACE
AS PENN STATE SERVICE HEAD
Dr. W. E. Forsythe, of the university
health service, has accepted the posi-
tion of chief of staff of the health ser-
vice, which will shortly be installed at
Penn State university.
Dr. Forsythe graduated from the
medical department .of the universityE
In 1913. In the fall of last year, he1
was -appointed to the health service
staff, in which capacity he has served
since that time.
Michigapensian Wants Sniors' Photos
According to the plans of the man-
agement, the entire fraternity section
of the Michiganensan will go to tel
printers gn Thursday. Excepting the
senior pictures, the book is ahead of
past years in all departments. Sen-
for piptures are due Febrary 1, but
as yet few have been taken. The edi-
tor has made arrangements With the
photpgraphers to handle these pic-
tres during the aplidys, ad he ad-
vises all t4atae i Ann Arbor to
haye tem tagn at that time. Others
are asked to arrange sittings at once.
Neopyes Make Journy Down Nile
Sphinx, junior literary campus soci-
ety, held its fall initiation yesterday
afternoon. The nephyte wo tok
the trip down the ile, and crossed

the sands of Sahara are: Howard ,1.
Warner, Standish W. Robinsqn, Ed-
ward Maguire, and Le.on X. Gn.i4g-
ham. A dance will be held tonig t to
welcome toe new members.}

CALCIUM TO FOCUS JHOP PETITION SECURES APPROVALOF
A #LIVELY UNION BILL UNIVERSITY SENATE WITHOUT CHANGE
TODAY Spotlight Vaudeville, at 8:00 O'clock DIPTHERIA APPEARS ON CAMPUS Junior Engineers Take Initiative in
Soph engineer dinner, Michigan Union, Tomorrow Night, Promises Six Starting Agitation for Rein-
5:45 o'clock. Big Acts in Hill Only Two Students, Allan and McIn- statement; Cooperate
Senior lit "Half Dollar Mystery," same- Auditorium tyre, Catch Disease . With '16 Lits
where, sometime. Diphtheria. has again made its ap-
whrsmtm.MEMBERS ADMITTED FREE BUT Dpteihaagnmdets A RRANG~E MEETING TODAY IN
Dixie club smoker, Michigan Union, OTHERS MUST OBTAIN TICKETS pearance on the campus, and as a re- .RR TOECME ET TDAIN
7:30 o'clock. sult R. M. Allan, '17, and Donald C. ORDER TO COMPLETE DETAILS
McIntyre, '17, have fallen victims to
T_______ Management Urges Early Request for the disease. Both men were reported Masses Will Elect Committees to Draw
TOMORROW Pasteboards That No. OneMay as doing nicely yesterday. Up Permanent Constitution
Spotlight Vaudeville," Hill auditori- Be Disappointed No other cases have been discovered, for Revived Function
um, 8:00 o'clock. and the university and city health offi-
Barristers' dinner, Michigan Union, Spotlight Vaudeville, six big acts re- cials have taken precautions to pre- Permission to reinstate the J-Hop,
6:00 o'clock. plete with features, is now ready for vent any spread of the infection. All was granted by the university senate
Junior dent smoker, Michigan Union, production. Students and townspeople men living in the same houses with at its regular meeting last night. The
7:30 o'clock. will have the opportunity, at 8:00 Allan and Montyre, have been kept petition was granted in its original
o'clock tomorrow night, in Hill audito- under strict surveillance by the uni- form, and contains the signaturesof
versity health officials om idcnanste-intrso
Former Track Star Marries in Lansing rium, of witnessing a lively vaudeville __rst______________as. _ 27 class presidents.
Word has been received here of the bill, presented by leading campus en- Dean of Engineers Honored By Dinner A resolution was also passed by the
tertainers and performers. The show Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, and Mr. senate, authorizing the appointment,
of the Varsity track team last year, to bids fair to rival the opera in poular- P. J. Hoexter, of the engineering de- by the President, of a committee of 16,
Lansing, hoy, and is said to offer a program su- to consider the advisability of reorgan-
ItMichigan Tech club of . Stevens, Insti-
graduated from M. A. C. last year. peror to those of many 25 cent vaude- tute, at the University club of Detroitizing the academic and summer sos-
Kohler is with the Anderson Electric ville houses nlastnightDaCoolthe sions, so as to unify them, both from
Clastnynigh.. Dean Coey was the guest the instructional and the administrat-
Union members may obtain free of honor.
__________________ive standpoints.
tickets at the clubhouse. In order that Engineers Start Hop Agitation
no one may be disappointed the man-fl' rn n The agitation for the reinstatement
1mment urges that this be done to C
100 1IGNE S ofthe hop this year was launched by
AS awithout fal . Students, not mem-Cl RW L EPAR h junior engineers, at a class meet-
hersnr ofari the Union, and townspeople, (flif A held Nv. 19, at which time the
U''D I~lV~I may secure admission cards fo.5O u n S T R11 ofcr.o
cY E TE M N e nts, at the Union, Tinker'sTOUWahr's, steps
Sheehan's, Trubey's and University The president of the class, in coopera-
Agitation Reaches Temporary End music house. Tickets will also be on Michigan's Glee Men and Mandolin Mu- tion with the president of the junior
With Presenting of Petition sale at the box office in Hill auditorium siclans to Make Eastern literary class, then drew up a petition,
to Authorities. tomorrow night,'but the attendance is Trip 41 Strong which was published in full in The
limited to the. seating capacity of the Michigan Daily, of last Saturda The
COMES BEFORE REGENTS SOON auditorium, 4,600, and 2,800 of this GIVE CQNCERT WITH HARVARD petition was signed by presidents of
number will go to Union members. all the classes on the campus, with
Campus activity on the gymnasium All necessary stage paraphernalia Michigan's Glee and Mandolin club the exception of the fresh dents and
questin cme to a tetoary tose hasbeen secured frthe platform in will begin its annual Christmas vaca- was presented to the senate council at
yesterday, with the presentation to the the audltorffum, which will be trans-
university authorities of the student formed into a theater stage. tion concert tour, at 11:30 o'clock Sat- a special meeting on Dec. 7. The coun-
petition and resolutions, which will Thomas Doyle, '13-'15L, and C. H. urday morning. Forty one men will ci referred the matter to the senate,
and a meeting was accordingly called.
come before the board of regents at Gernert, '17, In "black-face" stunts, make the trip, which will last five far last night. s
their December meeting, during the represent the last act on the program, days. Trhe prsidets.ofthe two juior
holidays, to E inished for the production. Both .
More than 1,000 signatures of uit- men live in the south and will interpret Concerts will be given in Toledo, classes will meet at 5:00 o'clock to-
versity men were attached to the peti- their parts from close observation of on Saturday, December 19; Cincinnati, day, with the committee on studentas f
tions, which have been left at several negro life on the large plantations. Monday; Youngstown, Ohio, Tuesday, whairs, to co plete .the details, after
points near the campus dur t Clogging and jigging are their special- and in Rochester, N. Y., on Wednes- committee to draw up a permanent
past week. The wording of the peti- ties day, Dec.-23. Chop constitution. Junior lits will meet
tion follows:-.m At this point the clubs will disband for this .purpose at 4:00 o'clock to-
"To the Board of Regents of the BASEBALL SCHEDULE INCLUDES until Jan. 2, when they will reconvene ,morrow, inurappan all The jnor-
University of Michigan: TWO MA GAMES WITH CORNELL in Detroit to give a concert with the engineers will meet at 9:00 o'clock
"We, the undersighed students of the Harvard musical organization at the Thursday, in room 348, of the new en-
University of Michigan, most respect- Red Team's Practice for Hard Season Ponchartrain hotel. This will be the - gineering building.
fully petition you to take steps to se- Will Make Ithacans Worthy first time the two universities have
cure increased gymnasium facilities." Foes in Spring met in the concert field, and alumni of "MYSTERY" WILL UNTOLD TODAY
Resolutions to the same effect have both universities in Detroit look to
been passed by many campus societies, Michigan's baseball team will cross the entertainment to further augment Flagpole to Aid in Senior Lit Feature
including Michigamua, Druids, Sphinx, bats with thee Qornell team twice this the growing friendship between the Party This Afternoon
Griffins, Barristers, Archons, Vulcans, year, aceoring to the schedule an- two institutions. Although secrecy still enshrouds the
and Web and Flange. nounced by the Ithacans. The first .Professor J. A. C. Hildner, of the particulars of the senior lit "Half Dol-
The board of directors of the "W' game will be staged in Ann Arbor, on German department, faculty represen- lar Mystery," which will be staged
club passed a resolution asking for re- May 12, while the other will be play- tatives, and D. R. Ballentine, '16, man- this afternoon, the class social com-
lief from .the present conditions, and ed in Ithaca, on May 19. ager, will accompany the clubs. mittee announced yesterday, that at
several alumni associations have had The dote of the latter game indicates Those who will make the trip are: 5:00 o'clock today, a sign will be hung
the matter. brought to their attention. that the Varsity invasion of the east in K. N. Westerman, '14, leader, P. A. on the campus flagpole, telling those
As far. as known, however, no action the spring will occur at about., the Hartsveldt, '16L, W. S. James, '15D, who were dnable to arrive on time
ca be taken by any of the alumni bod- same time as last year,, since the R. A. Parker, '16, C. L. Straith, '15M, at the places designated on their tick-
ies in time for their sentiment to come Cornell game is usually the first game J. B. Angell, II, '16, R. Allman, grad., ets, where to proceed. Those who are
before the regents in an official man- of the eastern trip, M. L. Drake, '15D, S. D. Anderson, '17, able to reach the several meeting
net at the next meeting. Michigan woh both of the games L. Scanlon, '16L, G. Sutton, '15M, C. B. points soon after 4:3'0 o'clock, will be
The history of the movement for bet- played with the Red team last year, Sikes, '6E, R. M. Parson, '14, U. S. led by Santa Claus to the place -of fes-
ter gymnasim facilities dates from scoriug a 3-0 shutout in the first, and Wilson, '16, S. Westerman, '17, Dur- tivities.
last year, when the beard in control nosing the 1thacans out, 3--2, in the ward Grinstead, '16L, C. T. Bushnell, The Christmas party of the seniors,
of athletics called the attention of the second, '15, S. Alden, '17E, H. E. Carlson, '17E, which is a traditional affair, will
regents to conditions, and appointed a The Cornell team faces one of the C. P. Ritchie, '16, S. J. Hiett,'16L, R. F. abound this year with Yuletide char-
committee to confer with the regents. hardest schedules hi its history, and Kuehn, '15, and H. Iw Nutting, '15L; acteristics. Candy canes, popcorn
The recent movement received ceon- practice will begin early. Michigan R. F. Kuehn, '15~1 H. L. Nutting, '15; balls, ice-cream cones, and more sub-
siderable impetus when Dean V, C. is one of the fve colleges which faces alternates, 1I. G. Sparks, '17E, H. J stantial "eats" will be on hand in
Vaugh~n, of the medical departm.ent, the Red team twice, while Pennsylva- Quigly, '16D, H. Kerr, '16, C. C. Bailey, abundance, while St. Nicholas has con-
declared the present gymmians44n lu nia is the only college which has '17, V.C. Miller, '15L, H. Easly, '16, sented; to give a present to every per-
adequate, and the athing facilities scheduled three games with the New R. M. Riculfi, '7, and W. L. DeLano, son who attends. A real Christmas
unsanitary. York team. '17.. -tree will add to the holiday air, while
The following will - compose the later in the evening it is rumored that

Ymandolin club there may be dancing for those who
R. H. Mills 15SE, leader, D. C. Wurz- care to remain.
burg, Ii, M. F. Bennett, '16E, J. C. The chaperones for the party will be
2Abbtt, '15E, C. H. Breymann, '17, J. S. Mr. Lyman Bryson, of the rhetoric
The, oSawitzer, '16, A. V. McIver, '15E, Q.. . aculty, and Mrs. Bryson.
Tlia -Old Chum , Leininger, '16D, J. R. St. Clair, '17, E.
T akt &vrt. Ta eE;Early, '16, W. o. Johnson, 15E, R. Soph Engineers Banquet at Union
E. Motley, '16D, C. C. Ashbaugh, '16, Soph engineers, at their dinner in
Th~atA. D. Honey,'17D, H. B. Forsythe, '17E, the Union; at 5:45 o'c'-okrtonight, will
F. C.,Wheeler, '15E, L. O. Aldrich; =17E, hear Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the marine
'"~ ~t~ 'riq~i4 t AnotC lland K. F. Boucher, '15, alternate, S. engineering department, and Harold
Thg ~'~loew You MetJ D gi VaW. Robinson, '16. Schradzki, '15L.

the

as a complete surprise to the
an mentors. Its effect upon the
ine schedule for next fall re-
to be seen. Notre Dame and
ka are the most likely new
to get a place on the Michigan
le, and it is probable that next
ery game, except the Pennsyl-
ontest, will be played on Ferry
rts that a Prineeton- Michigan
nay be arranged this fall, were
ically denied last night, by Di-
Bartelme, who expressed the
that the Tigers would play
tern team next season.
PPLY FOR POSITIONS ON
LVERINE UNTIL JAU4RY 9
F. N. Scott, chairman of the,
in control of student publica-
will receive applications for the
us of managing-editor and bns-
aanager of the 1915 Wolverine,
an. 9, 1915, when all applica-
re due. The board desires that
ers contain a brief statement of
plicant's experience, and any
nendation which he may pos-
The board will meet some time
uary to chopse the two men.
CON, OF CHICAGO hERALD,
L TALK ON COPY READING
arl Marston, of the Chicago
staff, will lecture before Prof.
cott's class in newspaper work,
o'clock Thursday morning, pn,
rt pf Copy Reading." 4 11 in-
d in the subject are invited to
the lecture, which will be given
seminary room of the rhetoric

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