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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1916.
Night Editor-J. L. Stadeker
THE FINAL CURTAIN
With the final blow of the time-
keeper's whistle yesterday afternoon,
Michigan's 1916 football season went
into history. There will be many who
will call it a failure. Many will put
it in a class with the few notoriously
poor seasons in the past, simply be-
cause Michigan lost its last two games.
But the 1916 season was decidedly
not a poor season. The team that
started the year with few veterans won
its first seven games, two of them
against strong opponents who had
vanquished the Varsity the year be-
fore. To be sure it lost its last two
games, but in each case only by the
narrow margin of three points. But
mere figures do not reveal the fight-
ing spirit, the enthusiasm, and the de-
termination which characterized the
football team of 1916. Because these
elments were generated in the team
this fall, we consider the season suc-
rlssful. Football at Michigan can
never remain at a standstill. It is
either on the down-grade or the up-
grade. The 1916 team has put it back
on the upward path. When next
year's team starts its practice in the
fall, fresh in its memory will be the
careers of men like Maulbetsch, Dunne.
Rehor, Nlemann, Zeiger, and Whalen.
The work and the fight that these men
displayed will be an inspiration.
Of the 11 men who started the game
yesterday for Michigan, seven will re-
turn to build the football team of 1917.
If these men and the others who step
in to fill the places of the departing
seniors take as big a step forward as
this year's team did, we predict for
them one of the most successful sea-
sons a Michigan team has ever had.
About 800 years ago, in the "dark
ages," the University of Paris had 12,-
000 students. Abelard (born 1079, died
1142) was one of the famous faculty
University students in the United
States who write home the astound-
ing news that their own university has
reached the astounding figures of 5,-
000, or 7,000, or even 9,000, may get
a helpful tonic of humility out of the
figures of ancient Paris. To make the
lesson of the unimportance of mere
attendance, it is interesting to learn
that there were 45,000 students in a
Russian school during the past cen-
tury. Columbia University in New
York is rapidly speeding toward 20,000.
Many of those who have read the
editorial to this point have probably
done so because they are implicated
in a general fallacy among Americans
that figures spellthe rating of a uni-
versity or college. Numbers certainly
play an important part, but it is look-
ing up to see small colleges like
Princeton carry prestige out of all
proportion to their attendance. Thus
many universities through the west are
undoubtedly beginning to realize that
they have almost no chance of becom-
ing the largest numerically in the na-
tion, and therefore are realizing that
the proposition of having better educa-
tion is as big a factor as the attend-
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Dr. Cohn has chosen as his subject,
"Why I Am a Jew.' The public is
cordially invited to attend.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
First class in advanced aesthetic
dancing will meet o 4 o'clock Monday
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors re-
port for basketball practice at 5
o'clock Monday afternoon.
Nineteen hundred and sixteen girls
will hold a reunion breakfast at 9
o'clock this morning, at the Renellen
Tickets for the vocational confer-
ence luncheon Saturday noon, Nov. 25,
are on sale at Wahr's, or may be ob-
tained from Julia Renwick, '17, at 814
S. University avenue.
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Canadian Club Holds Meeting Tuesday
A general meeting of the Canadian
club will be held next Tuesday at the
Michigan-Union, at 7:30 o'clock. All
Canadians who are not now members
of the club are invited to be present.
Football Programs Sell Rapidly
Souvenir programs for the Michi-
gian-Pennsylvania football game went
fast yesterday, according to Edward
E. Mack, '17, editor of the athletic
programs. The entire edition, with the
exception of 100 still on sale at the
book stores, consisting of 5,200 books,
were sold out last night.
Cross to Discuss Religious Paintings
"Masterpieces of Religious Paint-
ings" will be the subject of an illus-
trated lecture to be given by Prof. H.
R. Cross, of the fine arts department,
before the Unitarian Young People's
Religious union, at 6:30 o'clock to-
night. The general public is invited
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