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ON YOUR HOLIDAY TRIP
Take the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Through service between Buffalo
and Philadelphia New York and
Newark. Direct connections at
Buffalo with Michigan Central trains
out of Ann Arbor.
Route goes through "The Switzer-
land of America," the most beautiful
section east of the Rocky Mountains.
Trains all-steel, comfortable and safe.
Excellent a la carte dining car serv-
ice at reasonable prices.
Connection protected at Buffalo for Student Special,
leaving Ann Arbor at 3:15 P.-M. Tuesday, Decem-
ber 21st, by Michigan Central.
For Further Particulars
W. C. KING
Phone 2005 ANN ARBOR
THE ROUTE OF THE BLACK DIAMOND"
Ilie Farmers and Mechanics Bank
ay Not Play Syracuse Football
RX AI LER HEADS NEW BOARD the
Footbll relations with Syracuse
are at a critical stage as the result
of the action of the newly elected ath-
letic 'oard in control at its ieeting
'as night. The Michigan board rai-
;icd ,hu action of the e:ecutive com--
mittee, instructing Direcicr Bartelme
to noti:Y the Syracuse authorities that
Michigan would schedule a contest
with the Orange institution for Oc-
tober 28, 1916, only on condition that
the game be played in Ann A-bor.
The action taken last night is in line
wii-h the policy of the new boar 1 to
secure more home gridiron contest,.
The question of student participa-
tion in professional football games
was discussed at length and from the
attitude of the board it appears likely
that action will be taken to prevent
The new board also recommended
that Director Bartelme notify Coach IlL'
Yost to make his, recommendations THDAY
for football coaching assistants in
Prof. R. W. Aigler was elected Early in the week, The Michigan
chairman of the new board. The other Daily carried a story to the effect that,
iebers elected to compose the new a young lady walked all the way from
executive committee are Prof. L. M. Detroit to Ann Arbor. (Or was it the
Green, J. O. Murfin, F. G. Millard other way? No matter, it's just as far.)
and P. G. Bartelme. Action was taken Personally we're glad our girl isn't so
to increase the eligibility committee tln s. ao thisparticular line of
frmthree to four members to in- athletics. Otherwise, some fine Sun-
elude all faculty members of the board. day afternoon when we broached thej
The old board met prior to the subject of a walk, she might suggestI
calling- of the organization meeting of that we enjoy a quiet little stroll outl
the new board, and Chairman ;A.S. around Whitmore lake and back.'
Whitney presented his report cover-
ing the activities of the athletic asso- The other day "John" Maulbetsch
ciation for the past year. This report met Judge Murfin, and the latter sol-
included the intramural department, emnly promised to "lick" Mr. Maul-,
and recommended that the work of betsch if "Maulie" weren't eligible
this branch be extended next year. next year. Maybe the Judge could
The board tendered Professor Whit- turn the trick. We've never seen him
ney a vote of thanks for the work lie in action but having watched the foot-
lis done during the many years lie ball captain on a couple of occasions,
has served on the governing body. certain doubts arise.
The members of the new board are, j
F. G. Millard, F. E. Gould, and A. R. Jemima Wenley has been chosen to
Johnson, student members; Professors act as managing editor of the women's!
Peterson, Gram, Fishleigh and Aigler, issue of the Gargoyle which comes
faculty members; J. O. Murfin, J out next April."-Michigan Daily.
R. Duffy, and L. L. Hibbard, alumni
members, and P .G. Bartelme, secre-
tary. We're going to suggest to "Dearl
Put" that he ought to give a vacation
Make Preparations for Carnival to the Sportoscope guy some time next
Hanover, N. H., Dec. 18.--Dartmouth Spring, and induce Miss Wenley or
will hold its annual winter carnival, some other equally talented young
February 10-12, 1916. Preparations lady to take, our place. We'll need a
are being completed to make the com- a vacation about then and the general
kes this opportunity to )vish
e Students of the University
ry Merry Christmas
ppy and P rosperous
LOUD CII EERS FARRELL WITH
40-F00T SHOT PUT IN YM
Loud, the junior huskie, gladdened
in the gym that he can't tell "who's the heart of Coach Farrell by his ex-
who or why," and he says they should cellent performance With the shot
be numbered. That might work, but yesterday. Under the tutelage of
having seen this young army in ac- Cross and the coach he succeeded in
tion, we suggest that they be cata- making several heaves past the 40-
logued like the books in the library.,fomark.
Class Managers Meet Towiorrow n
Intramural Office to 1)ecidle on
All class managers who have not!
yet appointed representatives to the1
Inter-college Board will meet Mon-
day, December 20, in the Intramural
office at 5:00 o'clock. Those managers
who have already voted for men to
fill this office are not expected to at-
tend the meeting.'
When asked yesterday whether the
indoor baseball players would receive
class numerals, and whether the prop-
csition had been put up to the Board
in Control of Athletics, Intramural
Director Rowe replied that the matter
had not been bronght up for regular
discussion at the meetings of the
board, but that he had had informal
talks with one or two of the members
of that body, and they had desired
to let the matter wait for a while. M.
Rowe added that the Inter-College
Board would be the organization to
deal with the matter entirely as that
body is to have jurisdiction over all
such inter-class matters, checked,
however, by the final action of the
Board in Control of Athletics. He
said that it was very probable that
the latter nanmed body would act on
the recommendation of the Inter-Col-
Mr. Rowe discussed the numeral
questions in regard to the prevalence
of class insignia on the campus. As a
good index to the situation he made
out the following table of titerclass
activities and the number of sets of
numerals given out for each:
ST 1i t L E FOR INDOOR SUPREM- .-
AY MAlRE B FORFEITURE
For Ceitlare was the primary factor in
last night's indoor baseball program,
the fresh engineers and junior laws
both failing to appear on the scene
of battle. Therefore the architects
an(d sophomore engineers staged con-
tests with scrub outfits. The senior
engineers and pharmics pliayed off
their scheduled game in good style.
The final score stood 6-6.
1111! T)E'?14IRN \JWET PLAINS
FOR UNION ARE COMPLETE I)
Final plans for the bridge tourna-
ment to be conducted by the Michigan
Union were completed at a recent
meeting of the bidge committee. Five
evenings of play will be held and suit-
able prizes will be awarded the win-
Play in the tournament will com-
mence Friday, January 7. Three meet-
ings have been planned before the se-
mester examinations and the remain-
ing two will be held immediately after.
An entrance card will be posted at
the Union Saturday and all interested
are requested to sign it. Those who
have not partners should also enter,
as an attempt will be made to secure
partners for them.
lre) wit Wants fore Wrestling Matches
Providence, R. I., Dec. 18.-Brown
university is trying to arrange wrest-
ling meets with Columbia and Penn-
sylvania. Harvard and Penn State
are practically certain to be oppon-
ents, but a complete schedule has not
yet been arranged.
Poor old Walter Camp!
Every paper in America has been
roasting him for his latest blunder.
Camp selected Halligan of Nebraska
for his third team. 1alligan, is a
great football player but he graduated
from college last June, and has
been coaching a western team all
fall. Outside of that, Camp's selection
Nas o. k. We might suggest to Walter
that he overlooked a good bet out here
at Michigan in the person of "Willie"
Heston. Heston was a whirlwind
from the ground up.
In commenting upon Camp's blund-
er, Ring Lardner said that "anyway,
Walter spelled Nebraska correctly."
We'd like to ask Mr. Lardner whether
he's absolutely certain that a kindly
disposed linotype man or proof reader
might not have been responsible for
Just glance over that Reule, Con-
lin & Fiegel ad, and then come into
the store and look over the suits.
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, write Michigan paily, Box
"Red" Donnelly, cross-country run-
ner, lowered the season'strecord for
the mile by negotiating the 14 laps
COACH I R YALE TEAM NOT
SYECTPEl DESPITE RUMORS
New York, Dec. 18.-In spite of re-
ports to the contrary, no coach has
been' selected for the Yale football
team. Mr. H. B. Thorne, a member of
the committee, discussing the selec-
tion of a new .coach, stated tonight
that there was no truth in the report
from New Haven that Dr. Al Sharpe,
Cornell mentor, had been selected for
the job. Thorne further declared that
no decision had been reached by the
committee as yet and none woulda be
reached for some time.
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We print Anything, from your Name
on a Card, to a Book. The Ann Arbor
ing event the best in the history of pul)iic probably will too. V
The Michigan Daily sport writer
Good Printing-The Ani Arbor Press. who covers indoor baseball, says that
(*) there are so many indoor players over
GO HOME FOR YOUR
Ind oor track..........
Syracuse After W. and T. Coach
Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 18.-Syracuse
is after Bob Folwell, W. & J. coach,
to succeed Coach O'Neill of the
Initial 1-loekey Game for Houghton
lloughton, Mich., Dec. 18.-The first
hockey game in the series for the
$2,000 McNaughton trophy will be
played here on January 4.
INamesake May Succeed Barrett
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 18.-Charles Bar-
rett, this year's Cornell quarter-back,
v-ill probably' be succeeded in the
i1916i season by his namiesake, of
Washington and Lee.
See our line of chafing dishes and
electric appliances. H. L. Switzer Co.
310 State. edtdec2l
By all means, if you can; but if you can't make it this year, or if your cook is asking for a
chance to do the same thing-be of good cheer-telephone 834 and reserve a table at
A PLACE OF DISTINCTIVE SERVICE
Promptly at the hour you name your special Christmas dinner will be faultlessly served amid
congenial surroundings, and in a manner far removed from anything that savors of the usual
With the exception of soccer,
is a Varsity sport, although the mem-
hers of the team receive class nu-
merals, all of the sets'of numerals are
given out for purely ciass Cthletics.
The table does not include any All-
Freshteams. The total of men en-
gaged is 2,300, and of sets of nu-
2255 2255 2255 2255
I am going to try to make this a real Christmassy occasion for
all of you who will let me, and I'll bet I have my hands full.
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