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November 10, 1923 - Image 10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sATURDAY,

- LuLU
rity of Football
or Grounds
ent

Alumnus Heads
Reception Work

1WHITMORE DISCUSSES
CHEMISTRY OF MERCURY

Marine Students
Face Dual Master
Can a man servo two masters? This
and a few other questions, involving
the division of allegiance, will be solv-
ed on Ferry field today when a host of.
Michigan graduates and undergradu-

ates who have served at some time or terday, "Personally I think it is a
other in the marines, face the prospect pretty bad fix for them. No matter how
of their two organizations as mutual the game goes they are bound to lose."
rivals. "Oh it's not that bad," remarked Mr
The marines have a reputation for Smiley Gladd, "in fact no matter
sticking together even after leaving which team comes out ahead they are
the service, and it is a familiar saying bound to win."
among them that "once a marine, al j
ways a marine." Speaking of the situ- It's true efficiency to use Daily
ation, Mr. Lugubrious Blue said yes. Classifieds.-Adv.

It's true efficiency
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CHIROPODISTI
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707 N. University

SENT MOST CWWPLETE
ILETIC PLANT IN COUNTRY
xpansion of Ferry field to its
efficiency as it is known to-
come about through a succes-
changes and improvements
started some thirty years ago
n athletic field was first con-
>f as a University need. 'Now
e addition of the Yost field
conceded to. be the biggest in
rtry, Ferry field has been said
e most complete athletic field
school in the country.
90 when it was only a rough
ground, with a grandstand
750 people, to the most com-
tletic plant in the country,e
the thirty years development
y. field. As football began to
Sin. popularity as an intercol-
sport in 1890 the need for such
became manifest. Minor con-
re held at the old fair grounds,
big games were saged at the
. ifield in Detroit. The first
ontaining ten acres, was pur-
in that year. A combination
I gridiron and baseball dia-
gs. laid out, being partially en-
by a cinder track. The new
s. ddcated 'with a Michigan
over heMichigan Athletic as-
n of Detroit on October 8, 1892.
er improvements on- the "Ath-
ald" were not made until 1896.
at oqf 1,200, eight .hundred
ere provided on the noth side
field. Beneath the :stand live
rooms were built, one of them
ig the conyenience of a show-
which it was hoped would
facilitate the training of fu-
ack, football, and baseball
"Regents Field" became the
itle of the playhig fiold in 1897
of the generosity of the
f Regents in purchasing the
id adding improvements.
02, the Honorable Dexter M.
Jf Detroit, purchased and gave
University the tract of land,
wenty acres in extent, lying
i the Regents Field and Edwin
o Board of Regent accepted
and named the entire field in
f the donor. The gridironwas
oved to its present location, i
grandstands were transferred
new position. Michigan's
eams of the next few years
reatly to the interest manifest-
football and nec.easit;Md the
of additional stands.
)8 the new baseball field was
with seat g accommodations{
)00 specto rs. In113 the
soe at .of.!te stands was
and the new southi stands
iished in 1914. Today Michi-
eld contain thirty-eight acres
divided. Into baseball ia-
soccer fields, and football
fields. Other features are a
mile track and a number of1
d concrete 'tennis courts.
r wil witness the dedication
n unit noeded to fulfill the
>f m aing Ferry Field the
w thotics plant in the world.,
ie new field house will be con-
Swill be anong the finest and
ipped' structures of this kind
country. Indoor football and
several basketball courts,,a
t mile track, and a 75 yard
way are amog the many fea-
f the bilding. Accommoda-
r 12,500 people will give the
s the largest seating capacity.
building .4An the University.
ding of thVestern Confer-
loor track meet in Ann Arbor
miade possible through the ad-
f this building to the athletic
nt of the University.
muts to Remain in Londori
n, Nov. 9.-Gen. Smuts, South
'Premier, .has decided to re-
. London awjuile and watch
zEurope. IIe is in close touch'
itinental diplomats, as well as
sh Foreign Office.
SHMAN RASKETBALL..
those expt ing to tryout

e freshmanbasketball team
xpected to report at theli
ces being held from 8:15 1
15 o'clock Monday, Tues-
Wednesday, and Thursday
s in Waterman gymnasium.
men who are out for foot-
t the present time will re-
at the end of the football
n. All candidates must
sh their own equipment.
RAY L. FISHER, .
C oachi.
__________ I

OUTLINES WORK DONE IN LAST,
FEW YEARS TO CHEMICAL
OCIETY ,
Prof. Frank C. Whitmore of the
chemistry department at Northwestern
university spoke before the University
section of the American Chemical so-
ciety at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
in the anpitheater of the chemical
building. 'The subject of his talk was
'Recent Developments in the Organic
Chemistry of Mercury."
The professor briefly outlined the
work that has been done in this field
in the past few years. He said thatl
for the most part mercuric chemistry
has been in the hands of men whoj
l were not interested in the chemistry
of mercuric reactions but were only
searching for some practical mercuric
drug or medicine. This was also the
ultimate aim of the investigations car-'
ried on by him, he stated, though he
was educating himself now in mer-
curic reactions in order to 'find a

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Mr. O'Dea heads all of the Detroit
committees in charge of that city's en-
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Denby, '96L, and his staff this morn-
ing and tonight. The Detroit master
of ceremonies was prominent in Mich-
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* DETROIT ORCHESTRA TO
GiV COCET MNDAY
The Detroit Symphony orchestra,
Ossip Gabrilowitsch conducting, will
offer the second concert of the Extra1
Concert series on Monday. The De-
troit orchestra, under the guidance
and musicianship of Mr. Gabrilow-
itsch, has won a unique position
among the world's greatest orches-
tras. Mr. Gabrilowitsch is an ac-
knowledged master of all forms of
orchestral music, and is besides, an
efficient and confident conductor. If
he may be said to excel in the inter-
pretation of the works of any partic-
ular composer, such 'honor. should be.
given to those of Tschaikowsky.lHib
program on Monday will be entirely
given over to Tschaikowsky numbers.
Michael Press, renowned Russian
violinist and conductor, vwill be the
soloist with the orchestra. Tickets
for this concert are available at the r
office of the School of Music.
COMMITTEE MEN WANTED
Men are still wanted to work on
committees who will have charge of
the arrangements for the Older Boys
Conference to take place Nov. 31, 1
and Dec. 1, and 2, at Ann Arbor un-
der the auspices of the S. C. A.
The entire program that will be em-
ployedi in both, the entertainmnent of '
the boys here for the conference in
bringing out the purpose of their com-
ing, namely arrangement of speakers.,
halls, heads of groups which they are
to be divided in, will all be the work
of these committees.
Berlin, Nov. 9.-Wireless messages
not wholly believed say von Kahr and
von Lossow joined the Bavariani re-
volt under compulsi:on.
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