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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every nriorning except
Monday during the university year.
Elntered at the post-office at Ann Arbor as
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub-
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1I. Beach Carpenter........Managing Editor
W. Sherwood Field........Business Manager
Fred Foulk...................News Editor
F.1. I McKinney ...........LAssociate Editor
T. Hawley Tapping ........Associate Editor
F. M. Church................Sporting Editor
Assistants to Business Manager
John Leonard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hofmuan Arthur I.Torrey
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914.
Night Editor-H. R. Marsh.
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RIOT OR DEMONSTRATION?
Some controllable demonstration to
take the place of riotous exhuberance
after a big football victory, is being
planned by the student council, ac-
cording to report. It was suggested
last year, but none of the councilmen
felt that responsibility was concen-
trated upon him, and the result was
that the game and the disturbance
came and passed without any deter-
mined council interference. The mild
riot, for which the council stood al-
most directly chargeable, was dis-
This year old heads in the student
council have anticipated a recurrence
of the situation. They are looking
around evidently for something that
will give wildly happy students a
legitimate chance to dissipate their
Joy, otherwise than through theater
windows. And when they have once
hit upon a plan, studied its possible
consequences and published their con-
clusion, serious-minded men on the
campus are going to be glad to take
it as law, and their acceptance of it
will have an exemplary -effect in quell-
ing the mob tendencies of the sheep
element in the student body.
Men who went through the so-call-
ed Star theater riot admit that it did
more harm for Michigan than 10 years
of righteousness could counteract.
People out in Nevada and Utah recall
the press accounts of that disturbance
today, whenever the University of
Michigan is. mentioned. It has taken
a surprising amount of off-setting
excellence to convince some fathers
and mothers of high sclrool youth that
Ann Arbor is not the home of lawless-
There may be three or more distinct
occasions upon which Michigan will
celebrate this season. It is up to the
student body to decide whether Mich-
igan's victory shall be Michigan's loss.
It doesn't take much time to cheer
the opposing team after the game,
Mr. Cheerleader, and it's pretty good
The rainbow never dreamed of some
of the pledge pin colors.
Of the five acts starting at the Ma-
jestic, last night, the fat member of
Hurst, Watts, and Hurst got across
the footlights best with a running line
of talk and song that could be called
really original. The Mullalli-Pingree
trio puton a neat sketch with a good
basic idea, and good lines, but an ill-
timed climax. Other numbers are
Scotch novelty music, a rural comedi-
an, and a human gyroscope act, none
of which are bad. The program, on
the whole, is better than average.
COAVI: )DOUGLAS ANNOUNCES
CUT IN ALL-FRESH SQUAD
'a sdidates for Ypsilanti Normal*Game
To ,Ie Seleted From Large
'qiiud (4 :30 Men
Freshman Coach Douglas has an-
:iounced the first cut in the All-Fresh
squad, in preparation for the Ypsilan-
ti Normal game' on Saturday. After
lopping off 30 candidates, the follow-
ing 46 men still remain on the squad
from which Douglas will make his
final choice for this year's All-Fresh:
A. Boyd, H. Ewartz, W. Franzheim, L.
Friedman, M. Henkel, A. Hendrickson,
G. Hollenbach, H. Howe, Warren
Huss, E. Honan, II. Ingham, R.-John-
son, J. Kervin, A. Loucks, H. McCal-
lum, H. Nebel, D. Pence, J. Plain, J.
Robbins, E. Romans, J. Smart, -W.
Strauch, F. Sullivan, F. Willard, R.
Wilson, L. Andrus, W. Brazell, E.
Felt, H. Foster, C. Mullins, O. Pobanz,
P. Randell, P. Raymond, E. Shadford,
J. Sharpe, H. Schultz,"W. Schultz, C.
Smith, J. Campbell, G. Brown, B.
Scheinnman, R. Milroy, D. Lynch, L.
Whelan, J. Dunn and Willard Huss.
PR1((OJA FOR ('ON VOCATION
WiLL BE ANNOUNCE) TODAY
Complete details of the program for
Convocation Day, October 16, will
probably be given out by Pres. Harry
B. Hutchins, today. President Hut-
chins held a meeting with the deans
of the various departments on M6n-
day, but the muscal program, which is
under the direction of Prof. Albert A.
Stanley, of the School of Music, was
not entirely arranged. Dr. Victor C.
Vaughan, dean of the medical depart-
ment, will deliver the principle ad-
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The zealous fan is advised to take
a second look at the new iron goal
posts before he starts to hack off a
Fresh laws got their first practice
yesterday in carrying a half dozen
books under a rain-coat.
Getting a Princeton player's number
this year will necessitates tearing the
back out of his jersey.
The referee is a prince or a robber-
according to the way in which the
ball is headed.
Saturday morning will be a red
letter time in the minds of loyal un-
Deans Suspend Classes For Contests
Classes will be suspended Saturday
morning, so as to permit attendance
at the fresh-soph rush. Action to this
effect was taken by the deans ,of the
various departments at a meeting in
the president's office.
ROOMS FOR GIRLS-Exceptionally
beautiful rooms. Use of two parlors.
Also one suite down stairs of two
large rooms for two, furnished with
every requisite for light housekeep-
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FOR RENT-Large front room; warm
and light. Desk, Morris chair. For
one or two students. 603 E. Madison
St. Phone 839-M. 9-10-11
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