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Sufficient funds have been raised by
the members of the inter-fraternity
conference to send the All-fresh foot-
ball team to Chicago.
At a meeting of the conference last
Tuesday night a committee was ap-
pointed to find means of raising enough
money to enable the team to take the
Each of the 28 fraternities in the
conference contributed $10.75, making
a total of $301.00, which will be enough
to pay the expenses of 15 men. The
men who have ben chosen by Coach
Mather to make the trip are: G.
Johnson, M. Clark, Wachter, Goebel,
Colburn, Johns, Rolland, Clauser,
Searles, Paper, Dumphy, Banks, An-
drews, Capon, and Method.
There, is a conference ruling which
says that not more than 35 men may
be sent by the Athletic association
of any member of the. Conference, but
at other universities, means , were
found of sending the freshman teams
when they wanted to. The fraternity
members felt that our freshmen de-
served some reward of their work this
year. The team left last night, and
will return tonight.
Uncle Hiram, who is going to disin-
herit his nephew unless the young
man becomes a missionary to China,
is very susceptible to the charms of
Gladys Lorraine, a Follies actress, in
"Suite 16," which will be presented at
the Whitney tonight.
When the nephew's wife is on her
way .to visit 'the uncle to make sure
that he does not will his fortune to
any of. the other relatives,, her hus-
band is visited by Gladys who is under
the impression that he is her husband.
Gladys is looking for evidence for a
divorce. Then the uncle himself ap-
pears and to save the situation, Gladys
assumes the part ,of the real wife
Amusing situations and entertaining
"Chicago or Bust," was the slogan
painted on a little Ford truck which
left State street yesterday afternoon
for Chicago. When nine students un-
dertake to ride to Chicago in one little
Ford delivery truck, they must want
to beat Chicago. But no one knows if
-there will be any passangers for the
Every possible means,of reaching
the "Windy City" for today's game
seems to have been employed. Two
men, more in the spirit of adventure
than anything else, started to walk
Thursday evening. One of them had
an engagement in Chicago for Sat-
urday evening. Possibly he couldn't
wait till. train time!,
They started about, 10 o'clock at
night, on the spur of the ihoment, and
began with a lift of several miles into
the country in a friend's car. After
that walking, running, automobiling,
or riding in any .1conveyance on the
road was.to be in order, just as long
as they did not take to street cars or
trains. Can you imagine a stronger
"Beat Chicago" spirit?
Four trucks also left the city yes-
terday noon, carrying capacity loads
of men, at a round-trip fare of $8.
Other trucks charged $10 and all were
able to muster a full crew. Aviation
helmets and army coats gave an odd
appearance to the party, all with their
quota of Michigan men. Someleft by
interurban, going from here to Mus-
egon and thence across to Chicago
Every, manner of getting to the
game, with or without money, seems
to have , been employed, with the ex-
ception of airplanes.
Many other universities have had or
are making extensive plans for their
alumni "homecoming." They are
leaving special week-ends when the
alumni will be invited to come back
and' meet their cassmates.'
SIllinois ad its ,homecoming last
week. The union building was used
as the official headquarters. Reunions
were held all during the day. Some
of the events held during the day
were as follows: Band reunion, alum-
ni. mass meeting at which Governor
Lowden spoke, football game with Chi-
cago, reception of flinae and wives
of omecomers by the Women's league,
and an Illinois union dance.
The University of Iowa is planning
to have Its homecoming Nov. 21 and 22.
A big dinner Friday night will be a
special feature of the first day of
The Missouri-Oklahoma game was
the big feature of the homecoming at
the University of Oklahoma last wee,.
About .2,000 alumni were back for the
occasion.. Committees met the trains
and conducted the former students to
The universities of Wisconsin, Min-
nesota and Kentucky will also have a
homecoming week in the near future.
400 STUDENTS GIVE VARSITY'
SENDOFF TO CHICAGO GAME
Four hundred students were at the
Michigan Central depot Friday morn-
ing to see the team off to Chicago.
Shortly before 8 o'clock the band
marched down State street to the de-
pot playing "The Victors," followed
by many freshmen and upperclassmen.
H. G. Sparks, '20, Varsity cheer lead-
,er, was on hand and led the yells.
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LAST TIMES TODAY
.'Whom. The Gods Would
with an all-star cast in "Her
Kingdom of Dreams"
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Sat. 8-Mitchell Lewis i
est Problem," returned
~a news and comedy.
Su"-Mon. 9- 1-MontagE
Broadway Saint," with
cartoon, "Why Mutt I
and Ford weekly.
"Snares of Paris,'"
His Majesty, The At
two-reel comedy," 'Mod
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A public reception
Picturesque Belgian towns are the
scenes of the romance that underlies
"Whom the 'Gods Would Destroy,"
which will be shown again today at
,Pauline Stark plays the part of the
Belgian heroine whose family has been
destroyed by the German invaders.
There is another girl in the story,
the daughter of a German-American
who is also in love with the American
chemist around whom the plot centers.
But her father's affiliations with the
imperial government result in Ger-
man officers paying her objectionable
attentions and she finally meets death
a a result of her father's duplicity.
In spite of the realistic war scenes,
the romance of the chemist and the
young Belgian girl is given the most
prominence in the picture.
Elaine Hammerstein stars in "The
Country Cousin," adapted from the
play of the 'same name by Booth Tark-
ington and Julien Street, which will be.
shown today at the Arcade.
She is seen as Nancy Price, a capa- f
ble young American girl, who manages
a farm. She becomes the center of
interest in a group of fashionable near
relatives and their friends, and is in-
strumental in opening the eyes of her
cousin who inherits a fortune. This
is Miss Hammerstein's first stellar
role in a- Selznick picture.
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