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DOWNDITIONL SPORTS

Gauthier Says

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FARM

EXHIBITS OF THE
PRODUCTS DRAW
CROWDS

'he Armory, was crowded again
terdgy on the last day of the Farm-
Red Cross fair. With six grang-
md six farmers' clubs, all display-
their bumper crops for the sea-
there was fair rivalry for the
e ribbon prizes 'which were do-
ed by the business men of Ann Ar-
and awarded last night. There
i about $3,000, worth of produce at
festival which was sold and. all
money donated to the Red Cross.
L- ,expected that the entire pro-
is from the produce and other
the will amount to $5,000. The
aen of Wash1enaw county and the
z Arbor Women's club donated
ed goods and meals for the festi-
which sold well. Michigan Agri-
;ural college sent literature and
e posters illustrating food yalues
the benefit of the attending pa-
13.
Liberty Motor Exhibited
feature of the fair was a Liberty
craft motor, No. 12, a Browning
hine gun and apparatus from the
mal corps, which is under guard of
e S. A. T. C. men. A collection
war weapons, which is the prop-
r of Judge H. W. Newkirk, was on
ibition and is complete inasmuch
there are weapons in it from 1812
L918, including many recent ones
ak France.
he kiddies satisfied their lust for
hnco-busting" by riding around an
rovised race track in the base-
t for the round sum of five cents.
re were also fatted calves and
e poultry. A tractor was on exhi-
on for the' benefit of the farmers
sent..
he omen's Concil of National
ense had a booth to weigh and
sure babies in connection with
campaign they have been carry-
on over the country. Two city
ses andDr. Caroline Potter were
attendance during .the fair.
Vaudeille Perfornmance Given
n attraction extraordinary was an
star vaudeville performance, at
cl0 there was the usual rough wild
i who eats raw meat and kills
iy people every day. Jim Finnell
ad as a lusty barker. Dr. 'Tom
'ell, poet and cobbler, talked and
g his celebrated poem and songs
ry evening. Ike Fisher furnished
music at night.
his fair was the second of its na-
e and has proved so far to be im-
isely successful. It is hoped that
Ii an institution will become an-
.1 as there is no county fair held
Washtenaw.
3LE CLASS CONFERENCE.
FOR SOLDIERS AND .SAILORS
. 'supper and conference on the
le classes amoig the enlisted men
Ann Arbor was held Friday night.
ae of the important speakers of
evening were Mr. W. W. Teachout,
Ld secretary for Bible study of the
tral Department of the Y. M. C.
Lieut. E. B. Lindsay of Com-
y 11, Seaman R. W. Shurz of Com-
y B, navy, Mr. E. E. Calkins, lead-

Whether or not the Union will pro-
duce an opera, as in other years, has
not yet been decided. Mr. D. W.
Springer, '19E, presidsent of the
Michigan Union, has had the matter
under consideration for some time. A
decision will probably be reached
within the next~ week.
The general opinion, however, is
that it is improbable that an opera
can be given this year. Owing to
the present military condition of the
campus, the student organization of
the Union is incomplete. Life in the
S. A. T. C. would furnish* excellent
material for an opera, but military
duties would keep most of the eligible
men on the campus from taking part.
POPULAR GOYERNMENT
"TI J

Yost Says
Coach Yost was satisfied with the
result of the contest, he said yester-
day, but, with his eagle eye for foot-
ball he did."not overlook the faults
of the Wolverines.{
"They did not get down under the
kicks quick enough," was the main
fault the hurry-up coach could find
with his gridders. Outside of that, he
said, they played an excellent game.

"Overheard"

NEW

FORM OF GOVERNMENT
GIVES PEOPLE MORE
VOICE

(Correspondence of Associated Press)
Tokio-The new cabinet headed by
Takashi Hara is hailed as marking
the advent of popular government in
Japan. For 50 years the champions
of representative governmenut have
,been struggling for a system under
which the premier would be selected
for that post because he was the lead-
er of the majority party in the House
of Representatives. This was accom-
plished when Mr. Hara was chosen.1
During that half century the gov-
ernment has been in the hands of
clans and court circles generally
styled bureaucratic. .On the other1
hand Mr. Hara Is a commoner. He1
has selected as members of his cab-
inet those of this party, introducing
bureaucrats only as ministers of war
and navy, who, under the regulations,
must be chosen from army and 'naval
circles.
"My ideal has at last been realiz-
ed," exclaimed Marquis Okuma, Ja-
pan's "grand old man," who has la-a
bored always for the cause of demo-
cratic government. "The whole na-
tion should support the Hara minis-
try if they really desire the develop-
ment of constitutional politics in Ja-
pan. Japan should have new men,
young and vigorous, who are able to
handle important, affairs of \state."
. One of the first decisions adopted
by the new cabinet was to abolish the
custom of detailing detectives to ac-'
company ministers wherever they;
might go and the opening of the min
isterial apartments so that the peo
ple might have a freer access to them.
SEVENTY U. OF M. MEN DIE IN
FRANCE, 4,700 IN SERVICE
Four thousand seven hundred mil-'
itary service blanks have been return-
ed according to the latest report from
the Alumni Catalogue office. Prof..
Harley L..Sensemann, editor general
of the Alumni Catalogue, has receiv-
ed accounts of the deaths of 70 Mich-
igan alumni in the service. Professor
Sensemann estimates that far more
than 4,700 Michigan men are actually
in the service since many blanks have
been everlooked or miscarried. About.
ten blanks are received at the office
every day.

(Overheard at the Michigan-M. A.
C. game.)
.(From the lips of she-two rows
back and to the left.)
"Now tell me first; where's the
green bottle and Yost and the block
"M" and the band with the yellow
lined coats. I've always heard of
them and I wouldn't want to miss one
detail for anything."
"None of them here! That's just too
mean and this is my first game!"
"Oh, you say the coach is here?
There? O!"
"Cyril, who is that impdrtant look-
ing officer in the uniform just com-
ing in with the girl in the fur coat?
Is that a moleskin-no, on the girl,
not the football player."
"Are these our men coming in now?
Is it time to cheer?"
"'Brute'? Why do they call him
that ?"
"But wasn't ,that a clever cart-
wheel?"
"Mary! Here comes the French
band! Isn't that one on this' end with
the little mustache just too ducky?"
"Why is everyone so quiet? Critical?
Why, don't we always win?"
"What's that man yelling 'first do*n'
for? He hasn't been on the ground
all afternoon."~
"Are we going to dance after the
game? I just love that man jumping
around now and the Jackie yellmaster;
I just imagine they dance wonderful-
ly; I hope we meet them."
"Not over-surely! 'mIs.it raining?
May I have miy powder; it's in your
pocket.-Cyril, who won?"

"We were beaten by one of the
most powerful teams that Michigan
has had in a long time," were the
words with which Coach Gauthier of
the Michigan Aggies took his defeat
yesterday.
Yost's 1918 team, in -the eyes of the
young football coach, is one of the
best he has seen in a long time, he
says.
NEW UNION BUILDING TO
INTEREST GRADS HERE TODAY
/ To the old grads back in Ann Arbor
for the game today the object of great-
est interest, aside from the gridiron
struggle itself, is the new Michigan
Union building. Its massive brick
and granite walls have risen, domin-
ating south State street since the last
football Beason.
Made possible largely through the
gifts of- alumni, when finished it will
be the' finest student center in the
country. The architects estimate that
the completed building will cost
$750,000, while the furnishings will
add $150,000. It will be a worthy
social center of a great university.
HIGH SCHOOL WINS FROM
CASS HIGH, DETROIT, 12-7
Ann Arbor high school triumphed
over Cass from Detroit yesterday in
a football game that was character-
ized by aerial work. The Ann Arbor
team won from the Detroit aggrega-
tion by a score of 12-7.
The University Town team will play
Jackson on Thanksgiving day.
For service and results try a Daily
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Oct. 31, 1918
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