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TH'8 MICHIGAN DAILI PAGE THt1S

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EVAER

ARCADE THEATRE

MONDlAY
"'lII~iIY" -with Clara Rim ball Young,, in the tile role and Wilton
l, a('k a a s Svengaili. Special music. 'like" Fischer -with
o:°z"lr - f a, anid :3114s Ihemp of Detroit, who will feature Tiril-
by' falmous -song, "SwAeet Alice W liBolt." E'xtra matinee at
4:30. 29 cents.
TUESDAY
"k4 F r()ION", a Mfutual Master Picture with Margarita Fisch-
er ::Nd flrry Pollard. A Frohma n Feature.

WE DNESD)AY
"T'HE HEART OF THLE BLUTE RID{'E", with Clara Kiimll
Young and Chester Burnett.

November 15 to .20
FRIDAY
ES'thel Barryinore in "TilE FINAL JUI)(IMENT." This is said to
far exceed Miss 1Barr.yinore's prev=ious appearance in '"The
Nightingale."
SATURDAY
Frantz Sheridan in "THLE MONEY MASTER", from Cleveland
MIoffat's famous play, "The Battle." Also the first part of our
great serial, ".A TRIP AROUND TILE WORLD."

THURSDAY
Ann :!urdock In "6A ROYAL FAMILY", an excellent Metro Fea-
ture. Not a costupme play.

BY 90HN 0POINTS.

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of LastY ear's
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C'APTAIN 0OF
i 1 1 ' li G; ,$I BEFR lORE QxAIE
a'l'sCI, DjN4,, 'Ai.Sl AND WEIMAN
\A{ti, '1 i 1' STAS~ OF T
OU tQ ~ani 111A-Fresh utterly
h ue ltre l1 eversit of Dtotta
ye rc aay o e rniooii, taking the final
,w(rnit by tl )' count of' 80-0 from the
a fg 're a tion lj, 4 Coach Costello.
I ;y the Kso~v ig which the team made
yestcrd')ry t141 cixtsa1 crowd 'which
writne~seill crot a wfully convin ced
itsl' that i° yar'.; moles'.in men
should ba c- set alongside the 1914
team, vvhh'ti ar; called the greatest
of all the hotlass outfits.
Vl' h 'e as Ptded S tellr Cane
Jurst be fore -lie game the team elect-
(.:d Srark'l~ as their captain, and from
the outcome 'f the game the choice
was extremiely logical. The star of-the
contest was 1 1 '- tba rnas aa whole. All
iil k. t lf; tiefl made bg gains
nw'ncwver tal 'd uov, with Sparks
carrying the loll ir the pinches. In
the' line, l tinni played a stellar game,
with Peach, W han and Nash holding
up il ine stea. Williams played ex-
cellently fol. oil, in his condition. Ma-
loney showed al fashes for Detroit.
H. Gulney, ag eteki 14 years, was the in-
novation whic l"ostello introduced'to
the spectators.
i he1 ne up the hostilities by
booting the li, to lBateson, who re-
turned ; 6, : '.s own 29-yard
line. It. (uiney went around end for
20 yards, fnally , ing stopped by Han-
ish. After 0,0,' a two plays, one
against eachi eras Maloney puntedl out
of bounds, the trshmnen getting the
ball, and the funalwgan. IVanish waded
eight yards aniW sparks shot 20 more.
Sparks and I .Rci'e made 17 in three
plunges, andl SW R ks d'),e through cen-
ter for the first, core. Deroit could
only gain inite t~hrough the line and
were forcevd to priwt aain On five
plays the year , nga carried the ball
over, Hanih nailng the fial plunge.
Peach and l Wci, forcooci aloney to
punt again, and pig quarter ended with
the ball in th' icx',-vv ion o the new
mena.
Sparks tore <a° 12 <, rn'e nd run,
and Snyder sortened he distance
from 20 to two ";;)lds through center,
then going or. iht aaftr Ithe kick-
off Peach sht. th~ooigl a big hole, nail-
ing M"arslila 9'v << a eightyad loss,
and did th ;any thin4 s, i~o more.
With 21 yard;l' to ~>o on the bast down,
Mvaloney puint ed l . jpas. iparks to
Weiman, netted v~ards. t(r, the next
play the frt i i \alizeU 15to'yards
for holding, but >plai ls boutght the
ball back it, the -n x: ' xlstripe, then
went over.
Reekie i'itcvd o water. 0M a fake
play MarslEIo ' alv b:all fmcn-
ter and w 'nt i.,nI rJ h, t,,et:ire team
except Spari"f o95L=>rds. Reekie
grabbed a pins s ' t;«I and snaked
through the Dan rc t .ropA Ofor another
touchdown. I> .IIto.tcthe pigskin
away fromt 1i.;c lre , . o iHanish and
Sparks going 26 < <a d-s for another six
points. The al 1e*rV; a -on afterwar
with the ball ea ',.Jei in the pos-
session of thy;-fb wt'ni n Score, 40-0.

ten yards and Peach added one point.
H -anish intercepted a Detroit pass,
Snyder shot 17, and Sparks streaked
behind the hosts from the 33-yard line.
Two passes, Weiman and Peach re-
ceiving, counted another six points.
S nyder scored the last two touch-
downs, one from the 17-yard line and
the last after a sprint across ten yards
of ground.
The lineup and summary follow:
All-Fresh Position Detroit
Weimnan ........ L. E. Brennan, Ken-
nedy, Harrigan
Dunn .......... L. T............ Voss
Towsley, Hauser L. G. ... Steiner, Moss
Nash, Beath...... C............Long
Bevins ......... R. G........... Healy
Williams, Mac-
Lachlan...... R. T........ Campbell
Peach.......... R. E. . . Bateson,
H. Guiney
Sparks (C.)...... Q. . .Marshke (C.),
Maloney
Han ish......... L. H. R. Guiney, Clark
Reekie, Eggert.. R. H.. Maloney, Clark
Snyder......... F. B. Fitzgerald, Pate,
Wharam
Touchdowns-Sparks 5, Snyder 3,
llanish 2, Reekie, Peach.
Referee-Frank McHale.
Umpire-Elmer Mitchell.
Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Score by quarters:
Michigan Freshmen.. 14 26 20 20-80
University of Detroit. 0 0 0 0- 0

Carroll, Kuivinen, Walters, Donnel-
ly, Fox and Trelfa were the six Varsity
men to win their places on the cross-
country team which will compete at
Franklin, Mass. Running from scratch
in yesterday's race, Carroll finished
first in 26 minutes and 50 seconds.
Foster, with a three-minute handicap,
finished second, making the course in
30 minutes and 30 seconds, while Comn-
loquoy was third with a minute handi-
cap in the time of 28 minutes and 43
seconds.
The remaining men finished in the
following order: Kuivinen, Walters,
Donnelly, Nowlen, Fox, Price, Trelfa,
Vance, Herlihy, Mannard, Underwood,
Canter, Komnmert, Murphy and Put-
nam. Matteson, one of the club's best
runners, failed to finish because of
trouble with his side. Carroll, Foster,
Kuivinen and Comloquoy were the men
to win their "C. C. C." insignia, and
they receive cups as well.
Call Lyndon for good pictures.

In the hardest fought and most even-
ly matched game of the season the
senior laws defeated the senior lits
yesterday by one touchdown, the final
score standing 17-0.
A lateral pass, McCall to Rowan to
Brown, netted the tally, and McCall
kicked goal. Both teams put up a stel-
lar game. The backfields were about
on a par, Brandell and Martins carry-
ing the ball for the lits in most of their
gains, and McCall, McNamara and~
Rowan doing the heavy work for the
laws. Brown got away with several
long runs and scored on a pass.
Stearns, last year's All-Campus half,
was put out of the game with an in-
jured knee which is likely to give seri-
ous trouble, and the lits were minus
one of their best bets. McNamara was
taken out of the game for roughness
and the laws were penalized 50 yards
in the third quarter.
Call 2255 for a Stark Taxicab.
"We'll be there." oct5tf

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VARSITY MEN WIN SENIOR1 LAWS D)EFEAT '16i
P~LACES ON (C-C-C T'EAM I 11TS IN HARID BATTLE

FOLLOWING rT
Filly, Penn.
Sat. nite.
Dear Put:
Well, Put, I have saw the big game,
and the final score was 0 for mich. to
0 for penn what was just like it was
before the game begun, and the onely
difference is that now the game has
been played and it is all over, but the
score ain't no different.
It seemed just like everything the
mich. team did meant a penalty for 1st
they would be set back 10 yds because
they did some little thing and then
would be set back 15 because they dik
not do it, and I ain't saying nothing
about it, P'ut, and those offishuls, may
not have had no money bet on the
game themselves but 1 of their wives
or else some friend must have bet a
couple of bucks on penn. to win, and
it was not their fault that they lost
the bet. I and another buy ast mr.
IYost about it after the game and he
onely lawfed and said do not worry

'HE YOST-MEN
my boy as these men know the irbui
ne salrt rt e o l o eing their jobs, but it is a good thing
they ain't getting their $$$$ from mte
or' they would be looking f(<, ne
posishun by now.
Between the 1-2's of the gameo I and
mr. Yost give the team a good t'alk-
ing two, but no wonder they dlid not
win, Put, as this here Yost done< most
of the talking and did not give mne
much chance, and I was on the d'e-
bating team in h. s. while I bet Yost(
never even seen a debate In his w!ho4e
life.
There was some guy annlouncing
scores all through the game and all
about Yale and Princeton anid Bar-
vard and Chi. and Illinois andI I lis-
tened all aft. to hear some dope on ±the
mich. all-freshmen vs. Detroit Colleg e
but I guess they must have postponed
the game acct. of rain as I did not.
even hear the score at the enki of the
Ist 1-2. Yrs. truly,
1HAL_.

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Yesterday 's Dope

3lielig'al .lPosit ion Peansylvaj isi
Dunne ......... L. E......... Hopkins
Watson...... .. L. T. . .Mathews,

FRehor........
Nienann......
Cochran......
Weske.......
Staatz, Whalen..
Boehm.......
Maulbetsch..
Catlett .......
Smith, Raymond

Harris, Haley
L. G........Henning
C ............Wray
R. G........... Neill
R. T..........Russell
R. E........Urquhart
Q. B. ..Bell, Loucks
L. H..R-ockerfeller
R. H. ...........Derr
F. B. Williams, Miller

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Score by quarters:
Michigan.......... 0 0 0 0- 0
Pennsylvania...... 0 -0 0 0- 0
Referee-W. S. Langford (Trinity).
U~mpire-Dave Fultz (Brown).
Field Judge-Walter Eckersall (Chi-
cago).
Head Linesman-W. Okeson (Le-
high).
TO WIPE OUT FINANCIAL DEFICIT
Adinnistration D)esigns Five Measures,
I According to Report
Washington, D. C., Nov. 13.-Presi-
dent Wilson and his cabinet at a meet-
ing yesterday designed definite meas-
ures for wiping out the financial defi-
cit incurred during the present admin-
istration, according to reports here to-
day.
Five proposals which were consid-
ered are: Rearrangement in the levy-
ing of income taxes, to bring in an
additional $75,000,000; a federal inher-
itance tax, anticipating an annual $50,-
000,000 for the treasury; an issue of
bonds to pay for the increased cost of
maintaining the army and navy; ex-
tension and re-enforcement of the war
excise law, and the revision of the,
tariff laws by removing sugar from the
free list and by raising the duties on
wool andl a few other articles.
ftead the arcade ad on page .
OVERCOATS
and rain coats frowi the h~ouse of
Kuppenheilmer, on sale by N. F. Allen
Co., Main street. oct6eod-wed

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