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THE MICHIGAN DALVPA

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SUGGEST SOLDO OYLS
FOR UNFT TEAM
BOARD OF CONTROL MUST PASS
ON THE IDEA
FIRST
Gold footballs for the undefeated
members of the 1918 Wolverine foot-
ball squad is the latest suggestion as
the reward for the wonderful work of
Coach Yost's proteges, this year.
Together with awarding the men
their letters, as usual, the new idea
has been suggested, to brand men as
being of championship calibre. Cus-
tomarily, the members of a champion-
ship team are awarded the gold em-
blems as a reward for their ability.
Championship in Doubt
Since the championship of the con-
ference is * in .doubt th.is year, and
since most critics are of the opinion
that Michigan has as good a claim to
the honor as any other school, they
are of the opinon that the Yostmen
are deserving of this consideration.
The question for .final settlement
would be up to the board in control of
athletics. The letter men for the sea-
son have not been picked as yet. It
would be in order for the board to$
award the gold football at the same
time they are awarding the letters,
should they decide to do it.
Design Simple
The design that would be followed,
should the proposition meet with the
approval of thebboard in control,
would probably be a simple oval with
the numbers 1918 engraved upon it,
together with the letter "M," for
IySlchigan.
The fact that the Wolverines have
gone through the season undefeated
gives them a good claim to the cham-
pionship. Illinois, the only other
claimant of worth, has 'won four con-
ference games, but has had its req-
ord marred by the Municipal Pier
teami from Chicago. Fromke, a Michi-
gan man, was responsible for the serv-
ice team victory over the Illini.
Ililnola Issues Faeculty Direetory
The universities of Toronto and
Wisconsin expect to have their st*-
dents' directories on sale this week.
Illinois is issuing a directory Of the
faculty only this year.
Pstronise our advertisers.-Adv.

Atichigan's Record

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COACH YOST.GOES
HOME FOR WINTER
Michigan's greatest football mentor
has gone home.
Coach Fielding H. Yost, the tutor'
of the Maize and Blue gridiron war-
riors, after completing one of the
most successful seasons in the his-
tory of his football career, returned'
to his home and business in Nashville,
Tenn., Saturday afternoon, following
the victory of the Maize and Blue. 1
Out of a war-tune squad, handi-
capped by military regulations, fresh-'
men, and other obstacles, Coach Yost
produced the only undefeated football
eleven in this part of the country, to-
gether with developing some men whoj
promise to be all American gridders,
in years to come.
Out of green material he develop-
ed Steketee, one of the marvels. of the
kicking world, while another of his
products, Vick, has proven a stone-
wall in defense.
The coach returns to business life,
to care for his oil interests in Tennes- 1
see. He will return at the opening
of the football season, next year.
Basketball Unsettled at Wisconsin
Madison, Wis., Dec. 1.-Because of1
the unsettled conditions arising from
the demobilization of the $. A. T. C.,;
the outlook for basketball is some-
what disturbed at Madison accord-
ing to Coach Lowman. Nevertheless
regular practice is being held and a
game with Beloit has been scheduled
for December Q.
Class Changes Cause Few Absences
No excuses were reported to the
office of the registrar yesterday
claiming that the student did not
know that classes in the several col-
leges of the University were to begin
one-half hour later than formerly.
The change has been made without
causing any difficulty or confusipn,
according to the University offcials.

FOOTBALL SEASON ENDSI
PHRING BIG SUCCESS
YOSTMEN DISBANDED FOLLOWING
LAST GAME OF YEAR
WITH 0. S. U.
With but one bwre recorded against
them and no defeats, Coach Yost's
war-time eleve has completed the
season of 1918 in record breaking
shape.
At the close 01 the Ohio State game
at Columbus, Saturday, the hurry up
coach announced that he was greatly
pleased with the way the season had
turned out. He stated also that the men
showed up even better than he had
expected.
Yostinen v Long End
Out of the five teams played during
the season, the Yostmen not only con-
quered all of them, but also piled up
a score of 96 points allowing the op-
position but six. M. A. C. was the
only team that had a chance to cross
the Maize and Blue goal line during
the entire season.
Claims to the Conference champion-
ship were passed up by Coach Yost
when the Illinois eleven, the only oth-
er contestant for the honor, disbanded
its team, apparently fearing to meet
Michigan.
Despite this however, Michigan fans
and eastern critics are of the opinion
that the Wolverines are rightfully en-
titled to the honor.
Season Ends
The Yostmen were disbanded at the
close of the Ohio State contest. Their
moleskins will be packed away for
the winter, and practice will be sus-
pended until the beginning of next
season.
Ann Arbor Man Is Among Casualties
Serg. Ernest Graff of Ann Arbor is
listed in the casualty list appearing
in Monday's Detroit News,

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Majestic - Douglas Fairbanks *
in "He Comes Up Smiling."
Arcade-Louise Huff in "T'Other -
Dear Charmer," Star Comedy, *
"Nearly a Chaperon," and News *
Weekly. 0

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Shubert-Garrick - "Oh, Look."

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Wuerth - Robert Warwick in
"The Mad Lover." Six Parts Al-
so Comedy.
Orpheum-Closed.

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AT THE MAJESTIC
If you saw a man walking down
the street on his hands you would
surely stop and watch him, but if
you will drop into the Majestic thea-
ter this afternoon or tonight you will
observe things more wonderful than
a man walking on his hands, for you
will see the w'~ell known Mr. Douglas
Fairbankshengaged in the remarkable
pursuit of chasing a. canary up the
sides of buildings, over house tops,
through windows, out across frail
clothes-lines and guy ropes, up tele-
graph poles and along the wires out
veritably into the free ether!
Astounding, daring acrobatic feats
that no man born to stay on terra
firma has ever equaled.
This is only one phase of what
is undoubtedly the best picture Fair-
banks *ver made.

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delightfully revealed in this cha
ing story.
Kansas Pledges War Fund in :
Has anybody heard about Kan-
The students of Fort Hays Nor
college set a minimum goal of $2
before them in regard to the 1
ed War Work campaign, and in a
gle day pledged $1,147. Good we
Kansas.
Patronize our aavertisers.-Adv.

MAJESTIC
2-3:80-7-8:30
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunda)
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
Douglas Fairbanks
"HE COMES UP SMILING"
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
PEGGY HYLAND
"MARRIACES ARE MADE"

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AT THE W ITNEY

F. Ray Comstoek, the predueer of
"Oh, Lady! Lady!!" the flfth New
York Princess Theater Musieal oom-
edy success, which will be seen at the
Whitney theater Tuesday, Dee. 10, was
the first producer to perceive the op-
portunity of improving the old style
musical comedy and there is no one
entitled to more credit than he for
giving the playgoing public the re-
finement, cleverness, melody and gen-
tility that distinguish the new, smart
type of musical play which has be-
come an institution throughout the
entire theatrical world of this coun-
try. For four years F. Ray Comstock,
and William Elliott have inaugurat-
ed the Princess theater, New York
City, season with one of their inti-
mate musical comedies, their latest
being, "Oh, Lady! Lady!!" acclaim-
ed by the press and public of New
York, far ahead of "Nobody Home,"
"Very Good, Eddie," and "Oh, Boy,'
its predecessors.
There is nothing old about the
Princess offerings. Their produc-
tions are the very best, their com-
panies are composed of the highest
salaried players and the girls are
youthful and pretty and each girl in
the entire company is gowned in a
costume to fit her personality and in-
dividuality.
Daily want ads bring results.

But to tell you any more would be
telling you the story. You want to
see "He Gomes Up Smiling" for if you
are lean you will grow fat. laughing
and if you are fat you will grow lean
through your exertions in laughing.
This picture has broken all records
for attendance at the Majestic, where
it opened, a three day run Sunday,
and which will be shown for the last
time tonight.

AT THE ARCADE

Louise Huff will appear at the Ar-
cade the first time today in a charm-
ing picture, entitled, "T'Other Dear
Charmer." It is a story of the pres-
ent time with the scene laid in and
around a beautiful country home of
a millionaire. The outdoor scenes are
of striking beauty and it is not sur-
prising that they are when it is real-
ized that one of the wealthy Newc
Yorkers lent his great country estate
on Long Island for the filming of
this picture.
The story deals with the love af-
fairs of an American aviator who has
been wounded at the front and who
is home to recuperate. He falls in
love with two girls - one a French
maid in the home where he is stay-
ing for the summer, and the other
the daughter of a wealthy man in the
vicinity. There is a remarkable re-
semblance between the two. What
comes of this dual lore affair is most

ARCADE
Hours: 3:oo, 7:0O, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Res., 23x6-M
Tues-3-Louise Huff in "T'Other Dear
Charmer," Star Comedy, "Nearly a
Chaperone'"- and News Weekly.
Wed-4-May Allison in "The Return of
Mary" and Current Events.
Thurs-Fri--5-6--Mme. Alla Nazimova in
"Toys of Fate" and Christie Comedy,
"Efficiency."
a WuerthTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
= Tues-Wed--3-4-Robert Warwick in "The
Mad Lover." Six Parts. AlsorComedy.
SThu r- Fri--5 -6 - Annette Kellerman in:
"Queen of the Sea." Six Parts. Also
=r War Review.
Sat-7-Monroe Salisbury in "The Guilt
of Silence." Also Weekly and Comedy.
OrpheumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
CLOSED
Thur-Fri-5-6-Roy Stewart In "Untam-
ed." Also 2-reel Comedy.
Sat-7-Violet Mersereau in "Together."
Also Weekly and Comedy.

OFFICIAL ARMY AND NAVY CANTEEN

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1701 1701
Slwws at Shows at
8:00 2 00
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7 ;00 7:00
8 40 8:30
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
Douglas Fairbanks
Douc "He Comes Up Smiling"
Do not miss seeing this picture which has broken all
attendance records in the history of the Majestic
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
PEGGY HYLAND
ar*riages Arc Made"
Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
uarry': and Students'
The Deta Supply Store
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Beginning Monday, December Second, the Canteen
will offer for sale the entire stock of military

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equipment including

Puttees

Military Ties
Carry-all Cases

Handkerchiefs
Safety Razors

Laces

Trench Mirrors

Toilet Articles

Money Belts

Army Belts

Hat Cords

at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES

LOST

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FOUND

LOST-Sunday. Octagon shaped wrist
watch 'on Forest; Minerva Rpad or
Olivia. Call M. G.G Grow, 2730.
LOT- junior toque on Huron St.
between Thayer and State. Finder
please call 240-R.
FOR SALE,
FOR SALE-A festival concert ticket.
Call 240-R.
FOR SALE-- Let us be your sales

FTr:D --)Purse containing sum of
'muney. Call 298-M.
.ISCELLANEOUS
FRATEk'RYITY house wanting hom,,-
keeper zn_<iy communicate, throukh
this office. LBox 0. fier'rence furn-
ished on reqgest.
QOLLEGE STUDENT-Write immed-
iately to Mr. Cnossen, 32 Nickel's
Arcade for his wonderful Xmas
proposition. Can use five h.ustlers.

THE
AND.

OFFICIAL

ARMY

NAVY*

CANTEEN

OPPOSITE THE UNION

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