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SDFIoI I Olial all Will Be SadeUntil
1( hristas Vacation
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IWENLEY TO ADDRES
Philosophy Professor
"Some Common Ele
Religion"

It Aly be lfficnt to ligure
0111, But if's Being Dole
on Ferry Field

This

TEAM PREPARES FOR CONTEST

After watching the rugbyites and
prospective Stanford opponents prac-
tice the South African game for awhile
sterday, there seems to be a differ-
ce of opinion whether the game is
qf the order of an old time Mexican
"z ck light, or a good old fashioned love
feast. From appearances rugby is a
cpnglomeration of football, basketball
tnd soccer. But one of the South Af-
ricans on the team furnished enlight-
eiment.
A line consisting of eight men call-
ed forwards and a backfield of two
half backs, one full bak and four
three-quarters make up the personnel
Qf the team. The scrumming or
scrimmaging is done by the line men
while groun~d-gaining and kicking is
acconplished by the three-quarters
f1ll back respectively. Rugby is a
, More open game than the American
sport, and the ball is advanced by
reful passing and manipulation of
the pig-skin
The game starts with a kick-off
from the center of the grid. No at-
tntion is paid to downs, the teams
scrumming, passing and punting until
a score is registered by one. The
touchdown counts three points, the
goal kick two points, and a field goal
o points. Halves are usually 25 min-
es in duration.
Yesterday the South Africans de-
ted their practice period to perfect-
g themselves in kicking, scrumming,
d passing. Van Heerden was show-
g some fine toe work, registering as
uch as 45 yards on some of his
icks. Scrimmaging consists of a reg-
ular routine. The men were pitted
gainst each other and put through
ght work-out. The South Africans
have adopted a formation used by a
am of their fellow-citizens to defeat
English aggregation in a series
f mtches.
Nothing further has been heard
om Leland Stanford as to the match
lhich will probably take place on the
oast on New Year's day. Unless an
nfavorable reply is received, the rug-1
y men will continue practicing until
e team leaves.
i3UNi SAYS PURPLE REFUSED
uiff Held Of Until Late Last Year
Before Closing With
Purdue
Urbana, I., Dec. 7.-"Northwestern,t
lways an annual game with Illinois,c
ould be on the schedule right now if<
" he Purple hadn't withdrawn them-
elves last year," was the statement
f the Illini today in answer to Coach
urphy's statement criticizing IIi-e
ois, among other teams, for refusing
E date~'to the Methodists.'
Northwestern, until this fall, was re-1
arded as a fixture on the local's card.
fter the 1915 season, however, the
urple did not evidence much en-
lhusiasni over a game, and after ag
ate had been held open 'until Dec. 2,
)Irector Huff closed with Purdue.
"We could not give Northwestern a
ate ,lbecause we had Purdue con-
tracted, and with Ohio, Chicago, Min-
esota, and Wisconsin, how could we
ake on another eleven?" said Zuppke.
'We are playing one of the hardest
chedules in the big nine. Northwest-
ern took itself off our schedule this
all. We could not very well break a
ontract with one of these other teams
to put it back."
Watch for the grand opening of An
Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
Arcade. S-t
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.

Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

After another day has passed and
nothing unforseen has happened, it
appears that the soccer team will open
its official fall season (winter if you
will) tomorrow morning. At the hour
of 30 in the morning on south Ferry
field, the soccerites bid fair to give
battle to the pedagogues from Ypsil-
anti.
The ;tated engagement will take
place only after two failures to bring
the teams together so far this fall, as
a contest has been canceled twice at
or in the vicinity of the eleventh hour.
Tomorrow's clash will have its pe-
culiar side to offer. The soccerites
had packed their duds for the winter
and had already hibernated behind
their books when the call came from
the Normal town that they could at
last take on the Wolverine4. Accord-
ingly the fray was scheduled forth-
with.
The team held a scrimmage yes-
terday in preparation for the week end
party, and will hold another this aft-
ernoon. Three o'clock will see the
Reds opposite the Bluc,4. and part of
the combat will be held un:' the
lights as the session will last until 6
o'clock.
BERRY, PENN'S FULLBACK,
NAY FACE COURTMlIRTIAL

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Yardage Basis Agreca on After First
Quarter Beats Fresh
kits
After a consultation with the of-f
ficials and in consideration of the
agreement made, the game played last
Monday was declared a scoreless tie
in favor of the soph engineers. Be-
fore this contest the teams involved,
the soph engineers and the fresh lits,
had battled three times to an equal+
number of draws, trying to decide the
winner of the second division. The
first game resulted in a scoreless tie,
the second fray in a count of 3 to 3,!
and thQ third tn +1la in a .of,17

Although no official call has been is-
sued, most of the regulars and other
track aspirants have reported at the
gym, and according to Steve Farrell,
are receiving light workouts. The of-
ficial call for track will not be given
until after Christmas but all men in-
terested in this branch of athletics
might do well to see Coach Farrell at
once and get started..
The equipment for weight throwing
in the gym has not been completed as
yet and probably nothing will be done
along this line until after the Christ-
mas recess.

Prof. Robert Mark I
philosophy department
the Menorah society at i
Sunday evening at 8 o'
berry hall. He has chos
ject, "Some Common Ele
ligion."
Prof. Wenley is a m
committee of award tha
essays in a contest cond
Menorah society. A pri
offered to the winner thr
erosity of Julius Rosen
cago. The contest is ope
dent in the University an
nouncement concerning
made in the near future.

S MENORAH CAMP DAVIS VETERANS HOLD
BLOWOUT AT UNION TON IG
to Talk on
ements of As far asthe male sex is concern
flannels and khaki will be in order
the fifth annual Camp Davis da
tenley of the which is to be given at the Michij
will address Union tonight at 8:15 o'clock by
i e g senior civils and foresters.
Carlos A. Zanelli, '17E, will lead
lock in New- informal camp sing during the e
en as his sub- ing, and George W. Spender, '17E,
ements of Re- scheduled to talk at will on camp
cieties. R. W. Collins, '17E, will
ember of the askedsto recite the "Spell of the Y
t judges the kon," and Louis F. Dieterich, '17E, h
ducted by the threatened to conduct an open B
ze of $100 is falo initiation.

ough the gen-
wald of Chi-
n to any stu-
d further an-
it will be

Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 7.-J.. How-
ard Berry, Penn's star fullback and
a player on many All-American
elevens, has other troubles besides
keeping up with his classes. He prob-
ably will be compelled to face trial by
courtmartial for failure to report at
the First regiment armory when or-
dered to attend drills by Capt. R. F.
Heisler.'
Berry said: "It is true that I have
been ordered by Capt. Heisler to re-
port for drill. But my absence can
easily be explained. My prolonged stay
on the border retarted by studies and
now all my spare time is occupied in
catching up."
GATES ELECTED YALE LEADER
WHEN CAPTAIN BLACK REFUSES
New Haven, Coen., Dec/ 7.-Artemus
L. Gates of Clinton, Ia., tonight was
elected captain of the Yale football
team for next season. He has been on
the varsity eleven two years as end
and tackle. His work in the Prince-
ton and Harvard games this fall was
brilliant. Clinton R. Black, the retir-
ing captain, will be eligible to play
next year, but he declined to consider
re-election, following a Yale tradition.
Sibert fLay Be Governor of Canal Zone
San Francisco, Dec. 7.-Brig. Gen.
William L. Sibert, now in San Fran-
cisco, may be chosen governor of the
canal zone, according to a report here
today. Sibert was in charge of the
construction of the Gatun locks in the
canal.
Comedy Club Entertains Tonight
Members of the Comedy club will be
entertained at 8 o'clock tonight in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall by a skit
which' will be staged by the new mem-
bers. Afterwards a dance will be held;
in Barbour gymnasium.

es ieina coreori7 U. S. Will Probe Railway (ar Shortage
to 7. i Washington, Dec. 7.-The govern-
Having played onesscorelessd uar- ment's probe of soaring prices took
ter of a fourth contest, it was decided another track today when it became
that something drastic had to be done known that Special Assistant Attorney
if a definite result was to be accom- General George Anderson would in-
plished this fall. After some discus- vestigate the freight car shortage. An-
sion the teams came to the agreement derson and department of justice of-
that in event of another draw the ficials bedlieve this factor wsill prove
eleven gaining the most territory most important.
should be declared winner. In as ms__important__
much as the first period had been com-1 Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
pleted when this decision was reached
only the gains made during the last
three periods were counted in the
final reckoning. The official records
of these periods show the sophomores
to have gained 43 yards wh'ile the
yearling lits annexed only 26. Thus!
the second year engineers received the
verdict and -will meet the fresh laws
Saturday in the fight for fourth nu-
merals.
The sophomores rather upset the
dope by out-distancing their rivals in
the decisive game. Although no
strictly official record was kept of
ground gained during the first quar-
ter, the first year men undoubtedly
greatly outgained their opponents in
this session and under the agreement
seemed directly in line for the de-
cision. However, it seems that such
was not the case.
Three of the four sets of numerals
offered have already been claimed by
the medics, the junior lits, and the,
senior engineers, respectively. The
fourth and last set will be decided by
the game Saturday which is the last
contest of the season.

J. S. Switzer, '16, to Enter Army
John S. Switzer, '16, recently passed
his examinations for a second lieu-
tenancy in the United States army,
according to a letter received from
him by Dean John R. Effinger of the
literary college, a few days ago.
Switzer has been ordered to Ft. Leav-
enworth, Kas., for instruction in the
army training school there.

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Many Jobs urnished at the Unix
Employment during odd hours is
be had by any student who appli(
to the employment bureau of 't]
Michigan Union. Calls are receive
daily from faculty and;business me
wanting students to work. Every Sa
urday there 10 or 15 positions ope
some of them steady and others fc
only a few hours.
The Union cafe always is in need
student waiters.
Use The Michigan Daily Want Ad
for results.

f it.
^opynght Hart Schiaffner & Marx

PHI LAMBDA UPSILON TAKES
NINE MEN AT INITIATION
Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
chemical society, held its fallinitiation
banquet last night at the Delta Cafe.
H. W. Sheldon, '17E, was the toast-
master and talks were given by Prof.
R. J. Carney, of the Chemistry depart-
ment, S. M. Pinkerton, grad., and R. G.
Brown, '17P.
The new men who were recently in-
itiated are- A. D. Webb, grad., A. A.j
Scholl, '17, W. S. Reveno, '17P, J. H.
Richtig, grad., J. A. Blecki, '17E, R.
G. Brown, '17P, E. R. Waite, grad.,
and E. E. Schumacher, '18. Mr. Clair
Lpthegrowe, of the chemical engineer-
ing department, was also taken in at
this time.
High grade Kodak Finishing at Sug-
den's.

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Just step in and see the new line of Young
men's stuff.

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Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf

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