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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pick-Ups
Fifteen University of Pennsylvania
freshmen reported for the first class
basketball and indoor track meeting
held several days ago.
Gymnasium classes will be enlarged
following the disbanding of the S. A.
T. C. at the University of Pennsyl-
vania.
Due to the popularity of boxing and
wrestling among the S. A. T. C. men
at the University of Colorado, class-
es in these two lines of endeavor are
being formed for all interested in

these sports who are not already en-
gaging in some other athletics.
Christmas vacation at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin will extend from

are absent from classes either
or after vacation will be deni
privilege of taking their exam:
in those classes which are cut.

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LETTER MEN TO BE
NAMED ON S ATURDAY
Executive Committee of Board in Con-
trol of Athletics Holds Meet- '
ing Yesterday
MICHIGAN MEN WILL GO
TO BIG TEN GATHERING'

Dec. 21 to Dec. 30.

BASKETBALL MEN WANTED
Coach Mitchell of the basket-
ball squad requests that all men
intending to try out for the team
this year call at the offices of
the Athletic association this aft-
ernoon, leaving their names, ad-
dresses and telephone numbers.
All new men should also add
where they have played before,
and at what positions.

Students

FORMER WOLVERINES WIN
CHAMPIONSHIP FOR TEAM

WHITNEY

THEATRE,

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TAKE SERVICE TEAM HONOR
TOE WORK OF. TAD
WEIMAN

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ONE NIGHT ONLY-TUES.DEC.1O
The Distinet Musteal Comedy Success of the Seasen, di-
rect from a year's run at the Empress Theatre, New York.
F. RAY COMSTOCK and WILLIAM ELLIOTT
Present the Fifth New YorkPrincessTheatre MusicaeComedy
success
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Eligibility Rules to Be Big Topic for
Diseussion by Big Ten Goaehes
and Directors
Th. executive oomimitteo of the
Board in Control of Athletics met yes-
terday afternoon at the offices of the
association. Important business was
transacted, but as is usual with ses-
sions of the executive committee, few
of the decisions were announced. The
five members of the committee were
all present at the meeting: Manager
Philip A. Bartelme, Prof. Ralph W.
Aigler, Prof; Lewis M. Gram, Oscar P.
"Paddy" Lambert, '191, and Mr.
Charles B. DuCharm, '95, of Detroit.
The winners of football letters for
1918 will be announced Sunday, Dec.
15. The men who receive this honor
are largely picked on the recommend-
ations of Coach Fielding .. Yost, now
at Nashville.
Gold Footballs Unofficial
Nothing was announced officially
about gold footballs for the members
of this year's undefeated team. But
in view of the shortness of the season,'
and the fact that the Athletic associa-
tion has made much less money this
fall than usual, it is considered im-,
probable that the players will be giv-
en this extra memento,
The basketball situation remains
unsettled, ittle can be done until
it is known certainly whether orrnot
the governmuent will allow -the early
use of Waterman gymnasium. In the
meantine, Coach Mitchell is register-
ing the players and getting a line on
his possibilities, to be ready for a fly-
ing start as soon as something definite
is known, Other Conference schools
bave practice well started. Wisconsin
plays a game with Beloit, tomorrow
RLight.
1ig 'Ten Meets at Cli
hic ago will be the scene of num-

erous Big Ten meetings Saturday, in
which Michigan1 will be represented.
Coaches and managers of Conference
teams will draw up their basketball
schedules for this winter, and arrange
football games for next fall. Howard
Jones, coach of Iowa university, will
p~reside over this meeting. Michigan
will be reprehented by Manager Philip
A. Bartelme. The governing board of
the Conference, made up of faculty
men or the Western Intercollegiate
Athletic association as it is officially
known, will meet at the same time.
Prof. Thomas Moran of Purdue is
chairman. Prof. Ralph W. Aigler will
attend for Michigan.
Numerous changes in football sched-
ules are expected. But whatever hap-
pens, Michigan is assured of a list of
desirable opponents. If both Minne-
sota and Chicago appear on the Wol-
verine schedule, it is probable that
they will have to drop the regular
Gopher-Maroon tangle. Iowa is also
seeking a date with Chicago. The ques-
tion of an Illinois-Michigan game is
another thing that will be settled at
this time. It is possible that the Maize
and Blue schedule will contain an
open date or two, to be filled in with
eastern opposition.
Eligibility Big Question
The big question to come before
the governingboard of facultybmen
is the matter of eligibility. With the
dissolution of the S. A. T. C. it is
evident that the Conference must take
up the reins they handed to the mili-
tary authorities earlier in the fall. Will
freshmen be allowed to play for the
rest of the year? Just how quickly
and how thoroughly the bars will be
put up again will be decided Saturday.
Always-Daily service-Always.

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TODAY AND TO OR ROW
NA Z I'M O VA
STAR OF "REVELATION" in
"Toys oFate"
IF YOU AW "HEVELATION"-YOU WILL SURELY WANT TO SEE
TRIS, IF YOU DII NOT SEE "REVELATiON"-IE SURE TO
SEE "TOYS OF FATE" A N TlHE WONDERFL ACTING OF
NAZIMOVA WHO IS WITHOUT DOUBT TI'E GREATEST EMO.
TIONAL ATRESS ON THE SCREEN TODAY.
"Wid" Says about "Toys of Fate"-"Oh, boy! That 'gel' can sure
troupe! We've had a lot of 'em from the stage try to bust thru on the
screen, but most of them stubbed their toe about the first or second
bust. But Nazimova-she just simply flashes onto the screen and owns
it. She feels what she is doing and knows how to express emotion by
body movement asp well as the shifting of the facial muscles."
,. o'tion Picture. News says- "She's Some Punkins-this Mmn..
Nazimova. If you don't believe it, see her in 'Toys of Fate.' 'Revela-
tion' put her on the map with a good slice of territory for recreation.
In her late work, she just naturally reaches out and grabs another
acre or two for a garage or other' incidental properly found in the
star's list of taxable properties. . . . Add to the emotional 'pep' dis-
played in her 'War Brides' (stage production); the vivaciousness dis-
played by the leading ingenue of comic- opera; the coquettish pranks
of a Marguerite -Clark and a little bit of every c h ara_,cteristic embodied
in the real artist's work and you have a mental picture of mne.b azi-
move in 'Toys of Fate'-a mighty good picture because she makes it so"
SPECIAL MUSIC-TODAY AND TO MOR R)O W

Two Michigan men were responsible
for the championship won by the Ell-
ington field football team over the
Camp Logan eleven, according to the
decision of service team critics.
In a contest between the southern
:tate service teams, for the honors,
Tad Weiman, captain elect of the
Michigan 1918 Varsity, scored the only
counts for the victorious Ellington
field team while former Coach Farrell,
of the Michigan track men, was the
producer of the eleven.
Gets Only Score
Weiman, playing tackle, was pull-
ed into the back field at a critical
point in the game, and despite the
heavy field and water soaked ball, he
gained three points by booting it be-
tween the goal posts. A heavy rain
fell during the entire contest.
Farrell, the coach of the flying team,
is a first lieutenant at the aviation
camp, having left the University of
Michigan to answer the call of his
country, shortly after the declaration
of war.
Weiman is a cadet in the flying
school. He too, quit the University in
favor of Uncle Sam. His three points
won by the kick, gained the champion-
ship for his eleven, and proved the
only points scored in the game.
Weiman to Return
It is understood in football circles,
that Weiman will probably return to
Michigan next season, and will again
go out for the football squad.
Farrell will probably be back to
handle the Varsity track men, should
he be able to get a discharge.
IfIt Couldn't Was
How Should It
For two hours she had indulged in
the feminine art of dressing and mak-
ing-up. The dress was light and fuf-
fy; the make-up was pink and white.
Why? Oh, yes, she was going to a
dance at Barracks 60 with her friend,
the gob. It was nearing 8 o'clock and
she hummed snatches of fox-trots as
she dabbed a puff and poked a hair-
pin. In half an hour she would be
there and they would be off-studies
forgotten, drills forgotten-nothing in
mind, but the dance.
P telephone with its hurried burr
Jarred the scene of cosmetics and
feminism. She answered: "What?
* * * Oh, no no, no * " Do you
mean it? * * * and here I'm all
ready! * * * Oh, dear * * *"
Another one of the adversities of
war! He was detailed at the last
minute to guard duty, as he had left
his shoes at a 60 degree angle in-
stead of a 90 degree angle to the
bed at morning inspection.
During the memorable fall of 1918
the damsels have met with many of
the above petty tragedies during the
brief military regime. In fact they
have become so hardened to it that,
with the French women, they can
shrug their shoulders and utter a
"C'est la guerre" without emotion.
Work Continues on Burning Coal Pile
Workmen are still busy mvilg the
burning coal pile at the University
heating plant. No Agsprus outbursts
have occurred during the past two
months, but as soon as an undue
amount of smoke Is discovered in any
one spot, the coal there is moved
with the electric crane. Th fire is
thereby always Dept uder control.
Muster Hour Addressed by Pastor
The second of a series of muster
hours was held by the Y. M, C. A. in
University hall Monday evening. Aft-
er a 15 minute period of popular songs,
led by Mr. Theodore Harrison of the

School of Music, the men were ad-
dressed by the Rev. George N. Luc-
cock, pastor of the College church of
Wooster, Ohio.
Damage Done to Belgium by Germans
Brussels (Correspondence of the
Associated Press).-The damage done
to Belgium through German military
occupation and seizures of -machin-
ery and raw materials is estimated at
$1,200,112,000 by the central indus-
trial committee of Belgium.
Always-Daily service-Always.

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FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Johnlar-t-ymore
"dN THE QVIET"
ARC ADEI

MAJESTIC
2-3:30-7-8:30
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly-All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
PEGGY HYLAND
"MARRIAGES ARE MADE"
Sunshine Comedy-'TIG :T SQUEEZE"

Book and Lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse
Muste by Jerome Kern
Pretty Girls a Plenty and Youthful Daintiness in Attrae
Raiment

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16 SONG HITS COMPANY OF 75
New York Princess Theatre Augmented Orchestra-A Musical
Jay For Everyone

Hours: 36a0,7:o, 8:30
Phones:
Office, 296-M; Mgrs Raes., 2316-M
Thurs-Fri-5-6-Mme. Alla Nazimova in
"Toys of Fate" and Christie Comedy,
"Efficiency."
Sat-7-Earle Williams in "A Diplomatic
Mission," Gaumont News, and Comedy.
Sun-Mon--8-9--Geraldine Farrar in "The
Turn of the Wheel" and "Smiling Bill"
Parsons in "Billy's Fortune."

Seat Sale Starts Saturday at 9:00 A. M.
Prices: $2.00 - $1.50 - $1.00 - 75c

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Shows at
2:00
3:30
7:00
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PHONE
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Shows at
2:00
3:80
7:00
8:30

Wuerth Theater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Thur-Fri-5-6 - Annette Kellerman is
"'Queen 'of the Sea." Six Parts. Ala
War Review.
Sat-7-Monroe Salisbury Is "The Guilt
of Silence." Also Weekly and Comedy.
Sun-Mon'- 8-9- Directed by Richard
Stanton, written, by Adrian Johnsen, In
"Land of the Free" And Life of Gen-
r Pershing, in * parts. Ala Cem-
edy.
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~OrpkeumTheater
BOOKINGS FOR DECEMBER
Thur-Fri-5-6-Roy Stewart in "Ustam-
ed." Also 2-reel Comedy.
Sat-7-Violet Mersereau in s Tegether"
Also Weekly and Cemedy.
Iltlitt 's G Ellil11[tllltlitillltitttttli

LAST TIMES TONIGHT
PEGGY HYLAND
"Marriages are made"'
In which Cupid traps a rogue and wins a maid
Sunshine Comedy Feature "A TIGHT SQUEEZE"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
JOHN BARRYMOKE
"ONT EIQVIET"
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ttflgWintery

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If you want to beat the cold winds you should
make your selection now for that suit or over-
coat from our stock of pure woolens which
have been purchased for one, two, or three
years. Therefore we are in a position to meet
any reliable merchant in price to say nothing of
our superior quality.

WVhy Suxp-sriolr?

Because our cloth was purchased when it was
possible to buy all woolen material. You are
very fortunate to be able to obtain this grade
of cloth today.

No Intord'ction

Is needed to the University men in regard to
the class of work we turn out. So make your
selection at your earliest convenience as our
stock is limited and it takes time to do careful
work. Selections may be made now for later
delivery
It will be aw pleasusre for us
To show you our line and talk over your wants.
Always ready to serve you.
WE HAVE YOUR SHEEP-LINED OVERCOAT

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gnder p back . Return to Daily
and reoeive reward.
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tising in these columns always
brings good results.

AISCEtLANEOU-
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iately to Mr. Cnossen, 232 Nickel's
Arcade for his wonderful Xmas
proposition. Can use five hustlers.
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