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HELP RE~PJRDMG
REOSrUCI WORK

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IACUSE GAMETO 1
JOUGH CONdTEST

teo gave the kicker will probab ly
coun=t a great deal towa, rds brinig
him to the front in thie eoming fcOn-
test wihSyracuse.
Mredics A id Lawrs

Behid th Ameicanlinesr

Oct.I

Orange Team iWins from ;Strongest
Eastern Elevens, Proving It toBeFrial
COACT[ YOST .CONTINUES
D)RILL FORFIIRWAI) PASS
4Three New Candidates for Line Report
to the 'Mentor to Help l~nild-
Strong Forward Bunchr
The greatest of intersectional foot-
ball gamnes of the season will be play-
ed at Perry field this Saturday aft-;.
ernoon when the Syracuse university
eleven will meet the Yostrnen.
Considered one of the strongest
football aggregations of the east, they,
will be the only team. from that sec-
tion of the country to come so far
into the west. With a clean record
for the season they will meet the
Michigan Varsity, with the claim that
they can outdo Coach Yost's squad.
Li eU N tVoib~e Oange team, it is said, is tak-
ing advantage of the. easy eligibility
rules of the S. A. T. C. to .ms, and isM.. .,
permitting a nlumber of men who are CRUSE, PLAYING RIGHT HALF
supposed to have professional records, back on the Varsity, is developing
play on their teami. The exact way into a wonder when it comes to
they will line up 4:gainst Coach YO-st's handling forward passes.
squ~ad is uncertailn, yet it is decided
th~at they will use Usrer and M-arsha then split up into three distinct eley-
'at two of the first string positions. ens for 'signal work. Cohn, Steketee,
Us~her, according to rumors about Perrin and Knode were Worked into
th~e world, is a professional, having the backfield on the first eleven,
pI~.ed x~ he etrot Hrals. 1 Three new candidates reported to
Being the only team to invade the - ..--- r nnhZaaoAosTnU

Work For

Game

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is that Cat acain np1i' te e.
solgd oSchmurdheauy ha lle ,,X
ct commic gkriin ro aa,-ci
Cach wYkore Sillube saw 1
nethercedics athik ~a ta
sth ng aCli s astt eatrdget
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scouing asnhehaseaned hth~

(Corespodene oftheAssociated
re. -Reomenatonthat the
A.. gina militry authorities in
Franc shoud, aferite war, take
chage f r-etabishngthe devas-
ted(eon of i'rance anmd that Ger-
manliprisoners]; shold b e made to re-.
pair he daages heylid ini France,
will bel made byvthe Amercan agri-
"We re gingtoreport to the sec-
:otar rof wr and the secretary of
agrcutur,' sId X\V. 0. Thomipsoni,
t xintof Ohiio State university,;
an eiah'anof the commnission, "that 1
thewor ofrehbiltatn the devas-
ia ed 1t riti'yis<la army problem
andtha 1th military authorities
"olilg uBig Pro lem
"Theprolem, of tilling the. land
which hasieen thle scene of the bat-
Ilis a er sr lous one for it is
fil?,ld with unexp11lodled shells. The
trP rees.havebeen completely erad-
ica,, te b rthless felling. You can
chare idemiies)but you cannot get
land eady1o plouoghii«thout danger.
"TheGermns souldtake the risk
as part of theo price to-be paid for
thewir wno easain.From the
cceonmi(' oint of view, if we allow
Germian prisoners to return home to
reifoceGermlany without, this
F'rench rehabiitnation, Germany has ,
aanthe la on France. France is
left flat on 3her back MandGerniy gets
a long ;start. Even aafter suiffering oa
milhiydefatshewinls an economic
victory,.I
lllt'Y:le ,ato Ruiin Fr EaInce
"This devaistation wais admittedly
intended to*( ruin France so that she
could not_) recover for years, while~
Gei'n;-any urntouchned is ready to prioft
by herreaccs of itrainllaw.
Yetas hisconinislonsees it, ast
soon a ~he ountry is ready for ag-
?'ieutu lreoraoIition, the agkl -
tural populartion wilhoo the spot
waitin to rebuild; their shattered
farms la (Ind farm equipment.
~l yar ~tf ilyattached to their
homnesteads thoughli th-ousands of
ease thi- i y the cellar remai~-
ingn Thlough not their wa?;' lone,
Franice and Belgiunli have furnished1
the battlefield_,Vue are here to fIhf~
w.ith Fran;ce for our common de-
fense, the battlefield tg furnish-
ed b;y crma nv.The restoration>
of thes > akttefield farm la, ds is ani
inter-ally yprotbllm,"

Assistant litnager 1Wanted
There is a vacancy in the stuzdent
maniagement department of the let
idepartment of the U'niv ersity ac-
cording to Don Springer, 'tau, studenit
mnanager of the Athletic associaltion,
f or which sophomores are eligible.
Anyi second year man wishing to
applyr for the position is asked to re-
port to Springer, at the Ferry field
clubhouse, this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Regulalr practice, of the Cosmopoli-i
tanz football club will be held this aft-
eronat 3:30 o'clock at Ferry field.
ThLe club is now assured that the
!Lloses of Detroit,* will be here on
Thanksg iving day for the initial gameu
of the steason.
WHITNEY THEIATER
SUNDAY NIGHT, NOV. 17

Trhe Funniest Man In The Universe
RICHARD
CARLE
Late star of "The Maid And The Mummy,""
"The Tenderfoot." The Isle Of Champagne,'
'The Mayor Of Tokio." "Jumping Jupiter."
-May'sLam." The Spring Chicken," "The
Coa evue,"and other big musical productions
in the Positive Musical Comedy
Triumph Of The Season
"FU RS AND FRILLIS"
IAll Fun, Melody, Dancing and Pictorial Beauty
A Great Picked Cast Of 50 .Merrymakers
and the Carle Far-Famied Beauty Chorus
22 Real Song flits 150 Hearty Laughs
In All The World-No Show Life A "'Carle" Shaw
'Mail Orders Now! Seats on Sale FRI. 10 A. M.
Patriotic Prices 50c 75c $1.!Qt $1,50
Notice Curtain{,, 7:5,0Sharp

Ceuitenarians, Receive News
it Is not only the peopl(
generation who appreciate
joie at the kaiser's defeat,
those of the last. Yesterd
the town was in ecstasies
news that Germany had sur
a little old lady and a whit
mhan were seen on the poreb
home, dancing with the puir
10-year-old children.
TIT F fAR:CADE
Hours: -3:00o, 7:00, 3:33
C)cr296-iv; Mg _rs Res., 23
k 1\,. kt,\- Cordoll in
\1 d i I; Edilh ti.rey in "'
lc nt 11,gn::n" an d Scei-. te
WuerhTheaI
1 ur C ecle., 12-1-Marry Care
"A Woman's Tool"--also Coi
I lhurs,~ Fri., i t-15 -1Dorothy Ph
"A Mortgaged Wlfo"-Also Cc
I;Sat., 16-Carmel ever., in
"A Society Sensation"
Also ,ews and Comedy
2 Ophe umThet
! M~on.,Tues., Wed,,-CLOSI
- 'r hurs., I~ri.,-tq.I5
,w ~JACK RICIhARDSON i "EETLW
Also -2 Reel Com~edy
GARRCK 1Wedn
DETfR01T sa
P. Ray Comtstock'and William Eli-
th i ih A n a e o kTheate-r M u sical Com edy Prod i
"BASK DAD,

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Wve§t this year, the contest that will
be played this Saturday is being look-
ed upon by football fans with a great
deal of interest. Coach Yost's grid-
drit is assured, will give the
O)Iange wearers a hard battle, yet the
fact that they were able to take the
long end of the ,score from the Dart-
mouth Varsity just two weeks ago,
and then come back this week with a
53 to 0 victory over Brown college,
promnises an interesting fight, with
far more pep than can really be an-
ticipated. o
T~he big Syracuse feature is passing
the ball. The reputation they have
iron by gaining ground in this way is
pn~e that will take the best in th,
Michigan Varsity to shatter, this Sat-
urday. In hopes of being able to
breakl up their winning streak, the
Wolverines are being drilled nightly
on the art of forward passing.,
Light Scrimmage
A very light scrimmage was given
the squa.d yesterday. The bunch was

search for line men, the coach is still
asking candidates to report, and will
give all a _chance to make good. It is
hoped that they will dlevelop into
strong forwards.
Continual drill at. passing the ballr
over the field is showing Cruse to be
a star at the art. He 'has picked tID*
passes,'from the air with such cer-
tainty that he is being looked upon
as a big find, should forward passing '
be resorted to in the game,
The Yostmen made practically all
of their gains in the Maroon countest
last Saturday by hitting the line, and
occasionally on kicks, Tht squad is
like a battering ' ram when it getsj
some of Coach Yost's plays working,'
and it will take a stone -;all io
stop it.
stelietee Strengthening -
$teketee will probably be in much
better shape this Saturday, having
been under ire, in the Maroon game.
The experience that- the, Chicago con-

*~ Sunday, Nov. 17.

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x'uerth1iarry Carey in "NWom-
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As the name ues, a feminine
garment formed the author's inspira-
tion when he wrote "Furs and, Frills,"
Richard, Carle's necw usical come-
dy which will come to the Whitney
theatre Sunday night, Niov. 17, De
garment in question is an expensive
Russian sable coat which figures in
a chain of incidents which rov le
the most refreshing comedy. M r.1
_Carle is cast in the 'role of MIacTav-
ish, a role particularly cdaptd to
his -versatility nd one w hich givesmo p r u it - f r a s 1,1t l
ferent line of work fr Fm which4 his
admirers hgve ever before seen i i1
in. A strikingly beautiful ~ ",, Lc s o l vrc or us, r a-
tists, i txteul music, scenic and cos-
tumne environment which is unique and
'attractive, combine to miake " Fu~rs
and Frills" one of the -~t popula~r
Imusical CoWn cie which has been
pi-esented in recent years. It vl _", a
New York sucess 3aw 5i receiving-
the most popl,,,Jar acelam wNvherd ver it
Is Seen.
The ant-hlor: have succeeded ad-
mirahly, it is said, in fitting Mr. Carle
with a role which furnishes hlim w itli
the fullest opportuniy for the ~nost
effective word~ of his career as a
comedian. Mr., Cagle will no doubt be
remembered as the star of,"The Ten-
derfoot,", "The Cohan Revue" and
"The Isle of Champagne."

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Festival Coupon- $4.50, $5.00, $5.850, $6.00.
Tickets at University School of Music;
Mr. Caruso uses the Hardman' piano exclusively

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Wearers -of French Uniforms Idele
Many were the questions asked con-
cerning the identity of the two Fr ench
officers in the parade yesterday. Mr.
Petit and M'r. Pargmont., French in-
structors at the University, were the
wearers of the sky-blue uniform,o
our intrepid ally. Mlr. P eJI anrlv e d
in this country aboiitf four, w"eeks ago
after spending over three years' at
the front. Wounds incapacitated him
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He's a mildnright devil tn a nine o'clock town. He tried to as
hS olkstees he formed In ""the big tow n"., He'll have;
74ZwIsiling dmlauck 'when he tried to resurrect the local 'Emporia
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Cercle Fran.cakse to MTeet -Next (da
The meeting of Cerele h'rancaise,
which was schiedul.ed to be held Mlon-
day evening, has been postponed. It
will be held next Monday evening in
the Cercle rooms at 8 o'clock.

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COMMNITYSINGNG MJESTC ORHESTRA
FRIDAY and SATURDAY z
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