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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY _: SUNDAY, NOVEM1BER 1:
YOST IELoDHosE IS
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want to pay a tribute to Coach Yost
who, the more you know, the more
you appreciate what he really is and
what a tremendous example he is in
athletics the nation over."
Home Irade Amplifier
The eloctric amplifying device
which was used to make it possible
for the assembled thousands to hear
the speakers' voices was constructed
entirely by University officials and
students. This highly-specialized
eqluipmnet was to have been furnished
complete by a New York company, ut
orn Thursday the autorities were no-
tifted that the company could not do
Roswell E. Franklin, instructor ini
engineering mechanics, set alout con-I
structing the apparatus with less than
two days in which to prepare it. He
associated with him Gustave L. Mich-
aud, instructor in Romance ang-
tages, Floyd Firestone, research as-
sistant in the physics department, and
Chas. W. Kinney, '23, an employee of
the telephone company, and by yes-
terday noon the amplifying device was
ready for use. The achievement was
considlered remarkable by many engi-
nieers who were present at the cre-
monies and who knew the orcum-
stances under which the work was
CAST, CHORUSES, ORCESTRIA !
CHlOSEN }FOR 1VNION.OPERA
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piano, Charles H-. Sword, '24; first
violin, Frank Stiles, '24, Rex. E. Moule,
'26E, and Harold Ehrlich, '26; second
violin, John E. Dinwiddie '24A, and
Warren J. Parker, '26; Viola, erman
Wise, '25; cello, Norman Anderson,1
'26A, and Walter E. Battles, '25E;
base viof James W. Role, '26; flute,1
Elwood D. Guernsey, '26E, trombone,I
J. K., Aitland, '24; clarinet, Clarence
S. Tappan, '26; cornet, Carl Wienman,t
'26, and Orville W. Stephens, '24; and(
drums, Richard C. Travis, 25M. !
This year's Opera was written by
Charles Sword, '24. Its music was
composed by Sword and William'
Kratz, '24E, general chairman of the
Opera committees. The Mim es pre-
sentation will this year surpass all
former productions according to 111i
Mortimer Shueter, director.
ARISTICE RITES SET FOR
TODAY IN HILL2AUDITOI UMt
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The program for the day will bel
as follows: 3: 40 o'clock the proces-1
ion starts . The and will then play
popular marches. At 4 o'clock, Earl
sfe will play the prelude on the organ.I
The glee club will sing "Lades Atone
sic, will the prelude on the organ. The
armina"-A. A. Stanley. A hymn
will 'follow, "Onward Christian Sol-i
cliers"-Sullivan. Peace time cit-I
tions will be made. The silent mo-
ment will take place. "My Country
'Tis of Thee" will be sung Scrip-
ture reading and prayer will be re-
dered. The glee club will interpret
"Glorious Forever". Bishop Hender-.
sonl will give his address. "The Star
Spangled Banner" will be sung. The
The egimnig f The Daily Extra Trip ToDtoitl
Illness Postpones Rehearsal f
Members of the University Sym-
phony orchestra will not rehearse this
morning, on account of the illness of
the director, Mr. Samuel P. Lockwood.
Announcement for rehearsal will be
Mr. Lockwood is reported to be
slightly improved, though he is still in
a critical condition.
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Immediately after the game yesterday afternoon, the Michigan Daily extra was rushed by auto to the air-
plane field on Packard street. At 5: 40 o'clock the plane "hopped off" fo r Detroit, piloted by Lieutenant S. S.r
Royal, arriving over the center of that city at 6 o'clock. The extras were in Detroit 20 minutes after they
left the press. Fifteen minutes later the plane landed near Eloise. Lau rence Favrot, '24, business manager of
The Daily was the pasenger on the t rip.
The picture shows H. A. Donahu e, '24, managing editor of The Daily a nd Perry Hayden, '25, circulation man-
ager loading the extras aboard the plane as the pilot and his passenger m ade ready. The papers were dropped
over Grand Circus park in Detroit.
Benediction followed by the organ'i and the remainder of the Marines fin- f1HII1E1I'IIlIlI1I~IIIIIIIIP
postlude will close the services. dished up the parade.- EA TLS!
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Chur..h, editor cif thew4,An ArhcnT TimesI under a new polish and somec idi-'= Best
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p~astor of0i(theUitadrianlchurchl andI football game, formed three contin-E
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ivesiy Srvcc COiOiitCC ~ State street. Tae steps of the Ujnion CHOP SUTEYX HOUSE
next University Service will be held; wer'e seething with humanity, while ,
Thanksgiving dJay, Nov. 29.; the cries of "Mums" were shouted Se rvice a ia Carte
-'from a hundred lusty throats. -
M arines, Eigag ei treamas of people were already on 31..SAT.T-psar
In hug "i artd e tva to the new Yost field houst, ______________________
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Michigan's Varsity band welcomted p,
the visitors at the station, -ndlfled the C O B I EAM R
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' lines of a veritable gauntlet of hu-
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