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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1919

D EFEATS

MICHIGAN,

UNION HALL
LDY ON FRIDAY
there is still some work
on the new Union dance
expected that the work-
)e through Thursday and it,
to open the hall on Friday

Varsity Eleven Returns From
Chicago This Horning At Seven

Mifchigan Daily, Ann Arbor,
Mich. - Majorlty ~4 team leave
here 12 :05 o'clock tonight. Arrive
Ann Arbor Sunday morning, 7
o'clock. Every student should
met the team at the station.
If. fM.CARAEY.

It is th IIduty of every Michigan
man and r1oman to be down at the
station this morning when the team
arrives to give them a reception. The
Daily notified all fraternity and so-
rority houses last night of the time
the squad will arrive, and the sport

MANY GRADUATES -
TO A'TTEND GAME
r
If the sale of seats may be taken
as an indication of the number of
alumni who are returning for the
Minnesota game on Nov. 2,, Ve an-
nual alumni homecoming is assur-
ed of being a reuntion of hunkdreds of
alumni. Already 1,500 reserved seat M

.UX The floor will accommodate 200
couples. The class, or departmental
system, will be continued as Union
officials are well pleased with the re-
sult of last week's experiment.
[ON Under this plan, the tickets for the
e
Friday night assembly are awarded
by 10 to one particular class or depart-
;. ment of the University. No one but
members of this ,class or department
will be allowed to purchase a ticket
for this dance until 1 o'clock Friday.
lainAt this time the remaining tickets
mtion will be sold to the student body at
J000large.
f the
A.B Campus Seen From
rieAir By Students

The Varsity team will arrive thjis extra yesterday afternoon contained
morning before breakfast., the saf~e ixi~ormation.
Although n t coming, back with the tJ Michigan has always been known for
laurels of vtory they are coming its loyalty. It has always been with
'back a~ Michigan team, a teag- that .its team 'whether they won or lost.
does not know the sting of defeatbe Show the team this morning that you
cause it has always fought until the ' are back of them - be there at 7
final blast of the whistle. o'clock.

applications have been returned and
it is planned that 5,000 standing room
tickets will be sold.
Every year there is usually one
football game to which the !alumni
come back in a body. This year the
number will undoubtedly be unusually
large because of the fact that so many
men have only just returned from the
service. The frate'rnities usually
make it a point to take care of their
'alumni on this date and the Union will
do 'everything in its power for the
convenience of the alumni.

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OPERA PRODUCERS NEED
MORE CHORAL TRYOUTS

DII&ECTOR ISSUES CALL
BOTHi MEN AND*~
WOMEN t

FORI

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chose to
was no
uch ac-

to

The Universityf affords ':one a won-
derful picture, as viewed from the
sky. That is the opinon rendered by
students of the U. of M. who, yester-
day, availed themselves of the op-
portunity of flying, for the, first __t1me.
The opportunity is being offered by
two former Michigan men.
Bill Plummer, '20, and dharley
Stockton, '20, formerly aerial instruct-
ors at the Charleston training fildW,
are the pilots in the city who are °sell-
1mg the flights. They have 'secured ai
field a mile south of the 'city, front
which they are making 'their flights.
A score of passenger~s took the
chance yesterday afternoon, and land-
ed safely.
Due to the early fall of darknss,
the pilots were unable to take a RWok-
'igan Daily representative for a flight
yesterday for the purposo of dropping
Chicago game extras. This will, how-
ever, be done today.
Free taxi service is miitaine4 from
~the Busy Bee to the aviation field, for
those who are going to takje flight,
The men will be in the air all day,

of.1

'ACULTY MEN AND STUDE~NTS
MADE ME1NBEIRS OF rlfllSTO~MA-

eneral Ames,
for the gov-
Lt more cheer-
,omment.
for itself,", he
IS STNART
DUJS COURSE
Student Vol-
hall at 7:30
ing, a new
the Different
ated.
aization which
iand women
tese students
'aduated from
ountries and,
rt professions,
*cordial wel-
society to all
tis work.
nte requiring
O'BRIEN,
.f of Police.

At the last ,meeting of the Pi Sig-
ma, national honorary biological so-
ciety, the following men were elected
to membership; Faculty mmbers,
Prof. 0. M. Cope, Prof. B, M. Myvio,
and Dr. L. V. fleilbrunn.; active mem-
bers, R. H. Alter,'221H, H. IB. Poker,
'Grad:, D. IV.' Baxter, '214 lE, Cake,
'Grad., F. R. Clarkt, '20L~, C, P. Hipp-
man, Grad., J. A. Uickmin, G rad., TL.
~Hussey, Grad., 0. Tlaker, r4.,, M.
Senstius, Grad., H. L. Smith, '22M, J,
fB. Stone, '22M,
The initiation bauquet 'will be held
the first week in December.
CELEBRATING SOCIALISTS
RIOT AT MILAN AND GENOA
(By Associated Press) ,
Rome, Nov. 5.--Disorders occurred.
at Milan and Genoa as the result of
socialist celebration of the anniver-
sary of the Russian,- revolution by.
'which the Bolshevik came into pow-
er. Shots were fired qn4 nuy ar-
rests were mace at 'Milan. Troops at
Genoa dispersed scialists ca~ryijX-
,red flags and pigtur s qf L'ipe.~
Dr. A. J. Qld~eld, 1,q f By pity,
has accepted qa positio4 a s instrtctpr
in the anatomny dep~rtM@4t qf the
Medical school. Ile will be a letQ
of Dr. Ilubert's sta ffr the remainder
of this year.

Saturday's tryouts for "The . 'Red
~'eathler" brought about 50 more men
and women, but there is still need.
for both in the chorus, according to
H. Mortimer Siuter, opera director.
Mr. Shuter stated that, due tdi the
policy of training '. double cast, it'
,would be necessary to obtain all tai.-
out possible. He further- said that it
was desired to havo this talent rep-
resentative.Qftile entire campus. The
next tryouts are to be held at 7
o'clock Monday ,ight, in roonm' 106,
School of Music building. MVeni who
'Wish to tryout m14y, however, see Mr.
,Shuter at any timte ill room 308 of
the Un'i~n.
While rogular rehearsais are net
scheduled to start until 'Tuesday, theo
'principals have already begun on 'their
'parts, having dpent Saturday after-
pop working with 11r. Shuter. Dates
hiave not yet been set{ for the orches-
tra tryouts, but it is announced that
they will be held sometime this week.
"The Red Feather" will be pro-
duced about., the middle of December
at the .Whitney theater, although
neither the exact dates nor the num-
ber of performances to be given have
been definlitely decided upon,
MICHIGAN TAKES
SECOND IN RACE
(BY Associated Press)
East Lansing, ]Nov, 7,-The Mv.' A. C.
cross country team took first place in
the annual state cross country run.
The U. of Mv. team was second and
Hope college third,
The first four men" to Apish ;were:
Wilcox, Kalamazoo; Thurston, M. A.
C.; Adolphi, Xi A. 'C.; Burkholder,
Michigan,. Wilcox time was 19:46.
The victory ties the Michigan Aggies
and the University of Michigan, both
teams now hoving won two legs of the
state trophy.k
IBurkh~older, who finished fourth for
Michigan, was running neck and neck
with Wilcox until the final stretch,
'when he was accid~ntly Bumped. and
fell, severely bruising himself. Schim-
mel, aniother Michigan man, wrenchj
his knee in the jret7 1~i mile pf time
rae .
Vi, DAY'S GAMES,
Illinois, 60; Minnesota, 6.
Q..9. U., 20: PUrdue, 0,
Towa, 14; Northwest.rn, T.
?li 4,~., l outh Dayota, 0.
Tufts, T11 etroit. 3,
l rinlcetpn, IQ, Hlarvar'd, 10.
Tal* 141; Prowu, 0.

STATE STREET STAND.
FLYED BY GRAUATE1
CRITICIZES LANIIS9' ARTICLE;
CALLS IT UNWfORTH. OF
UNIVERSITY TUDNT'
Editor, The Michigan Daly-
Chimes proclaims itself as desr-
ous of becoming broadly ,.reresenta-
tive of the University of Michigan
In its initial issue .it- states 'that
manyj of its copies will, go to high
school exchanges and Ito many insti-
tutions that should be kept in touch
with, Michigan life. ,Yet it allowts, in
its columns, an article supposed to be
thie ideal and sentiment *of the State
street fraternities. This article is a
farce ,'or else an insult to all the great
things for which Mihgan stands..
The .Whole question i argument,
A4 tate Street V;iersus YWastenaw
Avenue," is scarcely worthy of high
school minds, let alone university st-
dents, In fact, It is more of the mud-
throwing ontroversy of 040l laor
.But it is hard to believe that any
student, spending any length of time
at tls great, ;denocratc, mid-west-
eru 'University, co ld, in all serious-
,nes, produce such =a petty and alto-
gether, narow and ridiculous como-
sition of ideas fromhis brain, as that
written by David Landis in behalf laf.
the State 'street 'frater ites. Are
these fraternities going to stand by
'and let high schools, alumni and "in-
stitutions of learning judge them by
such examples of .inferior'mentaity?
Who would ever think of compar-
lug the ideals fox which the Great War
was fought with the momentous ques-
tion, "Shall' Michigan fraternity men
be s ~n 'with co-eds ?" If phis 'was sup-:
Posey to, be a joke, iwhy was 'it not
found in the joke column?
Institutions exist as long 'as they
serve to better humanity. If frater-
nities are going to harass theis-elves
and each other over such problems,
if they are going to, teach their young-'
"er ilembers, that. Michigan Twill be
great only °as far as. she apes Harvard
and Yale, then it is time that fraterni-
ties were prohibited at Uichigan.
Is Michigan gaining her great name
and national influence by crusades
suich as are set forth by. the State
street "frt" crowd?
Indeed,, Michign, 'aluani will be
proud' to 0,ow that their Alma Mater
can bec~n renowned and ' distii-
gul0hc4 if i t will but become once
(Vntinued on Pe Eight)
i°fBi "LOCKWOOD WILL CONTINUE
WITH BEETHOVEN'S WORKS
Mr. Albert l ockwood in his semin-
6ry class In' pianoforte literature at
the University School of Music, at 4
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, will con-
tinue the works of Beethoven. Music
lovers are invited

a smaller proportion than usual, but
the majority of these were of the
best and most importanit.
Mr: William Wheeler, the new head
of the vocal .,department in the
school, is to be the soloist, singing
"Onaway, Awake, Beloved," from "Hi-
awatlba's Wedding Feast,' a delight-
ful work by Coleridge Taylof.
The concert will begin on time and
will last7 but one hour.
DEBATING TEAM
SPEAKERS CHOSEN
On Saturday morning the first elim-
ination tryouts for the Central league
debates 'were held. The speakers who
were accepted are as follows: Claude
'Benner, 20, Wynn Blaisdell, Earl
Boxel, '21, Wade Connell, '21, Earl W.
-Dlunn, '20, Jacob Goshlkin, '20, Ida E.
'Gratton,, '20, Leon E. Grubaugh, Anna
McGurk, '20, Earl Miles, T. M. Rude-
sill, '20, W.'PP, Sandford, Simon Sll elt-
zer, '21, Debera Steinebrg, David
Watts, '21, and M. -'Young john.
The next tryouts will be held at 8
o'clock Saturday morning in room 302
Mason hall. Speeches will be limited
to 10 minutes and 10 or ,12 speakers
will be chosen.
,,"UE SDAY SET FOR JUNIOR
LITS' FINAL ELECTIONS
The Junior literary class will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in
University hall to complete class elec-
'tions. The meeting will be adjourned
in time for attendance at the Armis-
'tice day exercises.

Wheeler To Sing
At Recital Toda:

the ver
teh Mai

of the

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Michigan defendin sc
cides to kick to ChicaV.
to Red goa~l line, Bai
20 yard line. Chilcgog
on first play. Hutebine
more off right guard.1
one yard for first dow2
Hanischl add seven more
gains one yard of righ'
on Chicago 45 yard 19
held for no gain. Hutchb
to gain.
Chicago punts to Spa
igan's 20 yard line. Vi
yards through line. Sp;
yard on wide end run.'
gain_ off left tackle.' Sp
'Chicago's, 35 yard line

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Inadvertently, in the announcementG
-yesterday of the personnlel of the Uni- in t
versity Symphony orchestra, which' is whil
to appeaw in a complimentary recital fld
at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Hill West
auditorium, tlW following names were Mich
omitted:' H. V. Prucha, '19, D., M. strei
Teal, '21D), flutes; If. E. Brown, Pic~- Higg
coo; H. R. Evans, School of Music, gain
R. D. Horn,. '22, 'oboes; N. D. Fal- Hut(
cone, School of Music, H. S. Sherman, their
'21E, clarinets ;R. Inskip, School of yard
Music, W. Wilson,' School of Music, Crus
bassoons; A. F'. Heyl, '20, H. Mason, bor
'21, 0. C. Sherrick, W. C.~ Martin,
horn's; M. K. Davis, J. C. Cole, cor- Ya
nets; G. C. Brown, TO0E, I3. C. See- peri
ley, T2iE, W. F. Furgesoni, '23E, trom- this
bones; Prof. Albert Lockwood, of the 'syst(
School of Music, kettledrum; D. F. Vick
Rhores, '21, percussion. cago
Owing to the abundance of good whit
material which presented itself at the battl
tryouts, the orchestra is not only sway
silightly larger than formerly, but dis- of tl
tinctly better. To be sure, Only 27 pro]
former members are back this year, '.

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downed. Elton makes1
"left tackle, &id repeats Ic
Chicago's ball on own
Elton used for third ga
Graham kicks to Michi
'line. Chicago's ball on
yard line. Elton gai',
Dunne stops Hanischl
Elton thrown for thre
Graham drops back fot
from Graham incomph
down.
Gr~aham fails on an al1
kick. Michigan's ball or
line. Sparks fails on end
kicks off side on Mar0o]
Dunne stops Hutchinson
run. Wilson spills inti
stops Elton without g
fails to gain on secondd
(Contnued on Pag(

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Sunday, 3 p. M.

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