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Emma Goldman ............ R.E.
Scott- Nearing..............R.T.
Red Flag Berkman . .. . ... . .. R.G.
Windy (City) Coach Stagg.. C.
Dynamite T. Mooney ....... . L.( .
0Dr. Tom Lovell ............. L.T.
Mrs. Rena :Mooney........... L.E.
George Randolph hearst ..... Q.B.
fayor Thompson ...........R.H.
Tammany Hall ............1..I.
I Won't Work Haywood......F.B.
Rob LaFolletteC..............1D.B.

Dr. Tom Lovell, Ann Arbor's unau-
thorized song bird, has succeeded in
gaining a berth for the-second time on
The Daily's All-Atericat team. On
account of his affiliations with Mich-
igan's funny magazine Lovell has been

Coach Farrell Tells of Sensational
Rise of Cec Cross, Michigan's
Weight Heaer
Onbe upon a time there blew into the

switched fromfullback to left tackle, gymnasium a young freshman,who had
The player's "a-1a-Chaplin" antics all the apearance in the woi'ld but
would set the opposing team into rav- that of ani athlete. With all the nerv-
ing convulsions, anl he could alsod
ousnesseaiid restlesnes, which char-
warble his mates on to victory.
The left end, M s. Rena Mooney, acterizes the verdant yearling, this'
could easily convince the pigskinners young' one, after much hemniing and
that football was the gentest art hawing approached Track Coach Steve
known to both sexes, outside of mur irrell and annotnced to biro that he
dering patriotic paraders oil the Pac- desired to come out for the shot put.
ific coast. Kipling, if he undertook After being assured that he had been
the task of fornning a team, would awaited with much anxiety, for some
surely Mick Rena, forl he says, "The time, the youngster went away smil-
female of the species is nore dnier- in g
ous than the male." During' the course of the -year this
A journalist of country-wide distinh- yonigster worked alniost every day,
tioni has been chosen to take the pos- and befoe the season had closed he'
ition of quarterback. This gentIenan,

In the following year, with the aid
of a great deal of tutoring, this man'
improved rapidly, so rapidly indeed
that he was slated to contend with
Bachman, the giant of the Notre Dame
track team. He was no match for
"big Bachman."
The following year Steve took his
pupils down to Notre Dame. The two
coaches got together and were doping
out the probable results, telling each
other which events each should win.-
"Of course, we'll take the shot put,"
the NotreDame coach said in a matter
of fact way.r
"How sure are you?"
"The cigars."

ed the cigars.
Object o'thlis story-
about ten or twelve bi,
are the making of a
(Continued from Coh
punting talent in keepi
clutches of the law.
Although the average
is composed of eleven
Daily finds that it is
have an All-American
war times without crea


After a season of incomparable lack
mninutes (
oints to of team. work and a large amount of
L in two crabbing, an All-American team of,
liintock guaranteed progress impenders has
he final been announced by The Michigan"
wed im- Daily, scooping Wallie Eckersall,
scrim- Walter Camp, E. C. Patterson and oth-
expecta- er noted guessology scientists to it
ye been by k few days. The team as selected
n prac- by The Daily possesses innumerable
characteristics. Such a squad of star
Mitchell players would be worth. their weight
he finer in gold to kaiser Bill in the pleasantt
est way game of war.
ocketed The team would be like Russia is to-
baskets day if Emma Goldman was left out.
d. Emma has been played up in the news-
ken into papers for the year as an expert in
tet with "skirting the ends for heavy gains."'
Brown, Unfortunately, after a record run with
3uzicka, the ball a certain New York judge
6. Th downed the anarchistic follower on the
dividual one-yard line. This fact, however,
.lled for does not bar her from the team, for
ts from she possesses all the aptitude and abil-
11 being ities of a right ender.
ell. Scott Nearing, at right tackle,
-egulars should add new vitality and, strength"
11 team to the line. United States secret ser-
I of a 4 vice men have been endeavoring to
in the capture the man off his guard, but
uilts the Nearing has proved to be more agile]
ad drill- than his pursuers. This characteris-j
d Late~r tic would materially aid the team on
'eathers accoutit of his fearlessness to tackle

"You're on." , , tion of drawback. A ger
While this little transaction was go- name of Bob LaFollette
ing on, "Cec" Cross walked out on the ed for this task, in our
floor in his street clothes, walked over ing, than anyone else. N
to the sand pit, picked up the 16-pound predict with a certaint
shot, and with as little concern as if was placed in at drawbE

he were handling a small pebble he
tossed the shot 44 feet.

ball aggregation, the may
would always uphold his

George Randolph Hearst, would send
the opposing lineman into an uproar
by his incoherent howliu('of signals.
We appointed right half after a
special interview with a prominent
Chicagoan, who suggested twelve very
excellent, but ineligible men. After
13 hours of controversy the final de-
cision was reached at 13 o'clock.
Tammany Hall has succeeded in
claiming the.left half job, due to his
ability to fight back when cornered and
his power in gaining the women's votes.
If the tiger shows the same agility
'during a post-season game with the
"Women's Battalion of Death" (the
game is purely a presumption on our
part), he is assured of the same pos-
ition next year.
The man undertaking the full back
job is demonstrating his remarkable
(Continued on Column Six)
rive Yearlings Picked From Fresh.
men Squad and Sent Against
Two Varsity Teams.
Five members of sthe freshmen bas-
ket'ball squad were sent against two
teams of the Varsity squad , last night
in Waterman gymnasium, and were
defeated by close scores both times,
12 to 9 and 8 to 6.
Playing good basket ball all . the
time the yearlings forced the regulars
to their hardest game. Isabel, former
Jackson high star, and Karpus, of the
All-fresh football team, held down the
forwards for the first year men and
their work counted for. much in
keeping the- score low. Karpus made
eight of the fifteen points scored by
the fresh in the two games.

tion of rig htguard is filled
ig Berkman, the well-known'
of our right end player.
y professors inform us that
rothers on a football team'
e squad to perform more ef-
Berkman's capacity to pro-
lirect attacks on his right
pgie' would make the team

ages and
ns which
ainst the
with the
eavor to
vnin the

Center, the most important position
on the team; has been tendered to
Windy (city) Coach Stagg, through
1his highly recognized authority to
lead public opinion. Any one who can
convince a large number of people that
there will be no post-season game be-
tween Michigan and Chicago would
prove indispensible as a captain on
the gridiron and' undertaking the
giant's task of center.}
Dynamite T. Mooney is rewarded
with the honor of holding left guard.
Aerial attacks, center rushes, and
trick plays by the opponents would be
utter failures against the high quality
of explosives handled by the San Fran-
cisco bomb hurler.


et at 7:30
I for the
'here will
okes. All
ged to be

{ At guard, Wilson, the scrappy little
player, formerly of. Detroit central
covered his usual large amount of
floor and made the opposing forwards
work hard for every point they scored.
The rest of the freshmen squad were
put at shooting baskets and at scrim-
maging among themselves.

Notice of a Special M'eetin. of the Mem-
bers of the University of tifhi an Union,
Hl Auditorium, Friday, Deceber 14th, at
In accordance with the Constitution of
the' University of -Michigan Union, notice is
hereby given of a special meeting tobe held
in Hill Auditorium, December 14th, 1917, at
The Board of Directors recommends that
the Constitution be amended to read as fol.
I. Name.F
This association shall be known and in.
corporated as the University of Michigan
II. Purpose.
The purpose of the Union is to furnish a
University social center; to provide a club
house for faculty, alumni, former students
and resident students of the "University of
Michigan;, to interpret Michigan spirit in
terms of citizenship; and to inculcate broad
educational ideals.
"Il. Membership.-
Section 1. There shall be six classes of
members, viz: (1) Annual Members. (2)
Life Members. (3) Participating Life Mem-
bers. (4) Honorary Members. (5) Associate
Members. (6) Directors' Members, Annual1
and Life.
Section 2. Annual Members. All men who.
are students in actual residence at the Uni.
versity of Michigan; alumni and former stu-
dents who have been in actual residence at
the University of'Michigan for a period of at
least six weeks; regents; members of the
several faculties and officers of the University
of Michigan may become members of .the
University of Michigan Union on payment of
the annual dues, such members to constitute
the annual membership of the association.
Section 3. Life.Members. (a) Any stu-
dent eligible to membership as provided fi
Section 2 of this article may become a life,
member during his last year of actual resi-
dence in the University of ;Michigan or within
One year thereafter, on payment of fifty d-
lars ($5o).
(b) Any other person and any student (ex-
cept as provided in subdivision (a)) eligible
to membership as provided in Section 2 of
this article, may become a life member on^
payment of one hundred dollars ($oo),
Section 4. Participat.ing Life Members.
-a) Any student eligibletto membership as
provided in Section 2 of this :article may be-
come a life member during his last year of
actual residence inthe University of Michi-
gan on payment of fifty dollars ($o), payable
in the following manner: ten dollars ($io)
to be paid. at the time of application for
membership and forty dollars ($4)tpayable
in four equal annual installments, to become
due and pyable on one two, three and
four years fromthe date of such application.
Such applicants for membershp shall be
entitled to all the privileges of full nember-
ship from the date of the first payment, pro-
vied howeve taty int case snuch applicant
shall fail to make payment of any one of said
four annual payments within one year of the
dlate such installment shall become due and
payable, he shall forfeit his privilege-of be-
coming a life member asprovided in his ap-
plication, and any installments which may
theretofore 'have been paid by such applicant
shall be considered as forefited. Any such
applicant who has forfeited his privilege of
becoming a life member in"accordance with
his first application may, upon petition to
the Board of Directors of the Union, for the
privilege of making out a second applicatton,
be granted such privilege, provided, however,
suchapplication is for $oolife membership.
(b) Any person eligible to membership as
provided in Section 2 of this article may be-
come a life member on payment of one hun-
dred dollars ($oo), payable in the follow-
ing manner: twenty dollars ($20) to beapaid
at the time of application for membership
and eighty dollar ($8o) payable in four
equal annual insta lments, said installments to
become due and payable on one, two, threei
and four years from the date of such applica-
tion. Such applicants for membership shall
be entitYed to al the privileges of full mem-
bership from tie date of the first payment,i
provided, however, that in case such appli-
cant shall fail to make payment of any one of
said four annual payments within one year of
the dte such installment shall become due
and payable, he shall forfeit his privilege ofI
becoming a life member as provided in his
application, and any installments which mayi
theretofore have been paid by. such applicant
shall be considered as forfeited. Any such
applicant who has forfeited his privilege of
becoming a life member in accordance with1
his first application may, upon petition to thec
Board of Directors of the Union, be restored
to the privilege of applying for such mem-
bership. Any such person applying for a lifec
membership before April first, 1918, may be-
come a life member on payment of fifty dol-1
lars ($50), payable in the following manner:E
ten dollars ($ro) to be paid at the time ofc
application for membership and forty dollarsl
($40) payable in four equal annual install-
ments, to become due and payable on one, two,i
three and four years fron the date of such
(c) Any member making payments on at
life membership shall be considered as a par-,
ticipating life member and upon payment ofi
the full amount of the membership fee shall1
be a life member.
Section s. Honorary Members. The Union
may .at any meeting, by a two-thirds vote of.
the members present, elect to honorary mem-
bership ay person who may have rendered7
distinguished service to the University of
Michigan, provided such candidate for honor-
ary enbership has received the approval of
.the Board of: Directors. Honorary members
shall enjoy all the privilegesof annual, life
and participating life members, except that
they shall riot vote or hold office.
Section 6. Associate Members. (a) Any
woman who is a student in actual residence
at the University of Michigan; alumnae or
former women students of the University of
Michigan; or any adult woman, a member of
the immediate family of a member of the
Union, may become an associate member,
provided such candidate for membership has
secured the approval of two-thirds of the Board
of Directors.;
(b) Associate members shall pay an annual
fee, the amount of such fee to be prescribed
for the ensuing year by the Board of Di-
rectors at its regular June meeting.

(c) Any person eligible to associate mem-
bership may bec e a life member on pay-
ment of fifty. dorars ($5o), payable in the
same manner as that prescribed in Section 4,
Paragraph (a) of this article.

(d) Associate members shill have only such
privileges as may be adopted by the rules of
the Board of Directors. They shall not vote
or hold office.
(e) The number of associate members shall
not exceed one thousand ($i,ooo).
Section 7. Directors' Members Annual and
Life. (a) Directors' Annual Members. Any
man who has made application to the Board
of DiP c rs and whose name has been ap-
proved by the Board by a two-thirds vote
may become a Directors' annual member on
payament of one hundred dollars ($oo) in-
itiation fee, such payment to be made within
thirty days after the Board has approved the
application, and on payment of annual dues
of twenty-five dollars ($25), payable semi-
annually in advance on the first days of Jan-
uary and July.
(b) Directors' Life Members. Any man
may become a Directrs' life member on pay-
ment of five hundred dollars ($oo), ,payable
at the time of application for membership.
The Board of Directors may choose such
members from the subscribers to the Build-
ing Fund, who are not eligible to annual, life
or participating life membership.
(c) Directors' members shall enjoy all the
privileges of annual, life and participating
life members, except that they shall not vote,
or hold office.
(d) The number of Directors' members
shall not exceed five hundred (oo) non-
resident and two hundred (200) resident mem-
bers, resident members being those living
within a radius of twenty (20) miles of Ann
IV. Functions and Status of Members.
All annual, life and participating life mem-
bers sall have the same privileges, includ-
ing that of -voting at the meetings of the
Union and at the annual election of officers.
V. Government.
Section z. The Officers of the Union shall
he a President, five Vice-Presidents,,a Record
ing Secretary, a Financial Secretary, a Gen-
eral Secretary and a Director of Social Ac-
Section 2. The President shall preside at
all meetings of the Union and -of the Board
of Directors and shall be ex"officio a member-
of all committees.
Section 3. The Vice-Presidents shall be
elected as follows: One from the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts; one from
the College of Engineering nad Architecture;
one from the Medical School; one from the
Law School; and one from the combined
Pharmacy, HoImoeopathic and Dental Schools
and Colleges.
Section 4. The Recording .Secretary shall
keep a record of the proceedings of the meet-
ings of the Union and 'of the Board -of Di-
rectors, and perform such other duties as are
herein and otherwise prescribed.-
Section 5. TheFinancialSecretary shall
be a member of the University Faculty or a
resident graduate, and shall be chosen by the
University Senate. He shall have entire charge
of the financial affairs of the Union, And shall
be required to furnish bond in an amount
prescribed by the Board of. Directors, the
premiu mof such bond to be paid by the
Union. At the anual meeting of the Union
he shall submit arcomplete financial state
Section 6. The General Secretary shall con-
duct all official correspondence of the Union,
shall keep a record of all members and of
all financial affairs pertaining to the Union,
and shall be secretary and treasurer of all
committees. In all matters pertaining to the
finances of the Union, he shall be directly
responsible to the Financial Secretary. He
shall be required to furnish bond in an amount
prescribed by the Board of Directors, the
premium of such bond to be paid by the
Section 7. The Director of Social Activities
shall have charge of all social activities per-
taining to the avocational ideals of the Union.
Section 8. (a) The government of the
Union shall be vested in a Board of Directors,
composed of the aforesaid ten officers; the
secretary of the Alumni Association of the
University of Michigan; three members elect-
ed annually from the University Faculties;
and five alumni, members of the Union, the
same to be elected by the Advisory Council
of the Alumni Association of the University
of Michigan.
(b) Upon the completion of the Michigan
Union club house project as outlined in the
resolution of the Michigan Alumni Associa-
tion,,passed at its meeting of June 28th, 1911,
the title to such club house, buildings and
grounds shall be transferred to, and there-
after remain in the Board of Regents of the
University of Michigan; the Michigan Union
club house project shall, for this purpose, be
considered as completed at such time as such
cluV house shall be ready for use and oc-
(c) Upon the completion of the Michigan
Union club house project as set forth in (b)
of this section, the management and control
of the club house, buildings and grounds shall
be vested in a Board of Governors, composed
of the Financial Secretary of the Union, who
shall be the Chairman of the Board; the
President 'of the Union; one member of the
Board of Regents of the University, to be
chosen by the Regents; and four members
of the Union, to be chosen by the Advisory
Council of the Alumni Association of the
University of Michigan from the life, faculty
and alumni members, provided that at least
three of the said four shall be alumni of the
Section ". Quorum and Vacancies. Seven
members of the Board of Directors shall con-
stitute a quorum. Any vacancy occurring in
said Board, except in the office of Fnancial
Secretary, shall be filled by the Board itself,
the person so elected Ito hold office for the
remainder of the current college year.
Section ro. Eligibility Requirements. ThL
President, Vice-Presidents, and Recordigr
Secretary -must be student members of the
Union in actual residence at the University,
at the time oftheir nomination and election
and during their term of office.
VI. Standing Committees.
Section r. There shall be an Appointment
Committee and such other Committees as
may be provided for by the Board of Di-

Section z. The Appointment 'Committee
shall consist of the President, the General'
Secretary, the Director of Social Activities,
and the Financial Secretary. The President
shall be the Chairman of this Committee. This
Committee shall have power to appoint all
committees, except as otherwise provided in
this constitution.

./VI. Election of Officers.
Section t.' Nomfinatig Comiti
later than the second Saturday in A
shall be appointed a Nominating (
of five. student members ' f the.Uni
of whom is eligible to nsominaitioi
office. This Comaittee shal, non
ficers for the ensuing year, s 'fo
least two candidates for each of t
of President and Recording Secri
least two candidates for each of
officers of Vice-President; and at
candidates for the position of facu
bers of the Board of Directors, 'I
mittee shall report not later than
Saturday in April. It shall at i
post a list of its nominaions on h
bulletin board of the Union in 1
Hall and on the bulletin board in
house. It shall also cause this li
published in at least four issues of t
gan Daily within a period of ten d
to the election.
Section a. Nomination by Petiti
twenty-five members of the Union
inate candidates for any or all c
which the Nominating Committee r
inate, by signing a petition and
properly signed, with the Recordii
tary before nine -A. M. of the f
preceding 'the day set for the elec
so receiving the nomination of one
candidates, the Recording Secretary
once cause the list of nominees ap
the Michigan Daily and on the .bull
to be accordingly revised.
Section 3. Election. (a) The e
officers shall be held in University
such place as the Board of Dire(
designate, on the third Saturday in
on such day as is fixed for Campu
Day. The polls' shall be open fror
twelve A. M., or during whatever
polls for the Campus Election Day
(b) The President shall appoint
tion Committee of four members
vise and carry on the election;
candidate for president shall be e
one challenger who may be prese1
polls during the election; (d) T
list of annual, life and participating
bers who have become members bi
A. M. of the seconl Saturday in
Recording Secretary shall prepare al
lists of the names of persons eligib
at the anual election. le shall
list for each schooltand college placii
the names of voters' registerd o
registered in such school or college.
deliver a copy of ar'list for each se
college -to the Chairman of the Xlet
mit tee ;e) E'ach vo er shall bet~
vote for one candidat for Preside
Recording Secretary, one r VlJe
from the school or college o ftbe,
in which the voter is or gwas foit
istered, andl three forfaculty meb
Board of Directors; (f Tye electi
by ballot. The Election Commi
have ready for use - one-sheettb1
tamning ii alphabetical 'order the
candidates for the respective ofil
shall be no votiig by proxy; (g) '1
receiving the greatest number. of
each office shall be declared elec
three candidates receiving the gres
her of'votes for faculty members
Board of Directorsrshall be declare
In case of a tie for any office, a"6c
tion for that office shall be held w
days; (h) The new officers sh
the duties of office on the day a
mencement, but the new Board of
may meet at any time after the elI
the purpose of planning work for t
year, and for transacting business
the ensuing year.
VIII. Meetings.
Section 1. Annual Meeting. T
meeting of the members of the U
be held, on the second Saturday
At such time, the Financl Secre
submit his report for the year,
President shall report on the work
dition of the Union.
Section 2. .Special Meetings,
meeting of the Union shall be C;
whenever the Board of Directors
it necessary; (b) on a petition pr
the Recording Secretary, signed by
twenty-five members of the Unio
the matter to be considered ; provi
ever, that mi either case ten days n
be given to the members of the 12
Section . Notice of Meetin
Recording Secretary shall notify a
the Union of every meeting, annal
cial, by posting notice of such m
the Union bulletin boards in Unive
and other Campus buildings wher
and on the bulletin b ard in the cl
at least ten days before such meetin
shall also be given in the Michigan
at least four issues during the te
ceding such a meeting.
Section 4. Quorum. Ten per c
number of annual members sha lj
a quorum at any meeting of the L
nual or special,
IX. Due.
The dues for the coming summi
and the annual club dues for the
year shall be prescribed by the n
of Directors at a meeting held after
tion of officers and before the lo
lege in June. In case no action is
the Board of Directors the amou
annual dues shall be the same as th
preceding year.
X. Suspension and Expulsh
Any member of the Union may on
cause be suspended or expelled,b
of three-fourths of all the membe
Board of Directors. Before such
taken, the Recording Secretary sha
the member a copy of the charges'
against him; and, at the request of
ber, he shall have a hearing b
Board of Directors.
XI. Magazine.
A club magazine shall be issue
times as the Board of 'Directors
teimine. One dollar ($.oo) of 1
dues paid by each member shall be
to pay for a year's subscription to
zine. Life members and particis
members shall be considered life
to the magazine.
XIII. A'mendments.
Amendments to the constitutio
voatino eAticle of ania


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