rtment Contests Will be In-
rated to Keel) up Ath-
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY.
A smoker and "Dutch lunch" was
held in the Armory on the invitation of
the Anti-Knocker Club. Professors
Knowlton and McLaughlin spoke.
Prof. Anderson 'Takes Business Trip.
Prof. H. C. Anderson of the mechan-
ical engineering department left yes-
terday morning for Jackson on busi-
ness. He will be back today.
FACULTY MEN FAVOR RETURN TO
OLD S. C. A.
The Spencer A
Inter-department hockey will next
take up the time of the class athletes
if the plans that have been made do
not go astray. Director Bartelme, as-=
sisted by others, has drawn up plans
for the introduction of this winter
sport into class athletics, and final ar-
rangements are expected to be com-
pleted in a few days.
CHAVN CE a
The plan is rather an innovation in
the university and its success will be
a matter of interest. Hitherto only
football, baseball, and track have been
the meeting grounds of the rival at..
letes, and during the winter the rival-
ry has waned. The success of the in-I
dependent hockey team here last year
has started agitation towards bringing
this sport into the university, and
many who enjoy the sport have been
anxious to see it here.
As the plans have been made so late
in the year the manner of starting thea
schedule is also novel. The games will
be between department teams and not
class teams, and to the senior presi-
dents of each department will be lef
the selection of a manager. These;
presidents are requested to appoint at
once some man to act as departmentI
manager, so that the department will
be representod at the first meeting
This initial meeting to draw up plans
will be held Friday night at. sever'
o'clock in the trophy room of the gym
Those managers selected by the senior
presidents are requested to be present
as are all the students who are inter-
ested in the sport. Director Bartelme
will be on hand and it is expected Dr.
May will also be present.
If a sufficient number of men turn
out to ensure the success of the plan
a manager will be appointed and a l
schedule drawn up. It is expected that
the rink here will be used, but if satis-
factory arrangements cannot be made
a part of Ferry Field may be flooded.4
' (Continued from Page T.)
the division should not have been
made, and that it has, and will continue
to entail serious handicaps upon an
ideal sort of work. Religion is primar-
ly a social matter, and not one which
involves the separation on the basis of
sex. But the time has long passed for-
a return to the sort of institution the
old association was. The Y. M. C. A. is
a good institution, and is here I hope
Dean Mortimer L. Cooley: "The old
S. C. A. was far more satisfactory than
the present organization, due to the
fact that the S. C. A. was under local
control, and was essentially an organ-
ization of students for the students
themselves. The Y. M. C. A. is an or-
ganization for city men, the S. C. A.
for students of the University of Mich-
Professor Martin L. D'Ooge: "I have
never been reconciled to the present
organization. The old S. C. A. was an
efficient religious organization and
here was no need for the Y. M. C. A.
The method and spirit of the Y. M. C. A-
are suied to the city. The S. C. A. was
suited for students, in fact was a gate-
way to the church. There is a place
for an organization of tat type, but I
believe that it should be built accord
ing to the old plan."
Professor G. W. Patterson: "When
the Y. M. C. A. displaced the old S. C.
A. I objected strongly to the change.
For several years I declined to give.
any financial support to the new in-
stitution, but I have since contributed
to the Y; M. C. A.
"My present objection to the Assoc-
ation is that it excludes Roman Catho-
lics and Unitarians from membership
in the corporation. For this reason it
is iii a way, denominational in its
scope, and it is this feaure of which I
can not approve."
YOU ARE NOT REALLY IN THE
UNIVERSITY UNLESS YOU ARE
READINQ THE DAILY EVERY
mORNING. GET IT THE BALANCE
OF THE YEAR FOR $2.00:
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Olcott Sings 4 New Songs
Seat Salo Mon., 110 M.
Clothes put up as you want them,
of rf ady-wades. Ce me and 4ee
ALLMAND & FOR;
In His New Play
BELL PHOiE 1101
Ann Arbor Garage,
3.50 and $4.00
I CK & CO.
Meeting of baseball candidates, in
Trophy room at the gym tonight at 7.
University Oratorical Association
Board Meeting tqday at 4 o'clcck. North
Wing, U. hall.
Junior section of Deutscher Verein
meet in the society rooms at 5 p. m.
Meeting of the Senior Engineers
room 311, 5 o'clock, Thursday after-
Meeting of 1912 basketball candi-
dates Wednesday, 5 p. m. Trophy room
Soph girls' section I of the Deutsch;
er Verein meets tonight at 7 o'clock it.
Attendance at Smoker Makes Record
The total number that attended th-
Michigan Union smoker, November 28
was 1630, the largest crowd that ever
filled the gymnasium for this affair
This exceeded by two hundred the rec
ord of last year.
26 Lafayette Ave.
Scotch, Englibsh, and Irish
and Suits. The stock is c
Prima Dona S.prano of ihe
Opera C. mi any
Du Know that the
I campus is located at
FLONZALEY QUARTET LE1VIN
January 22 Feb
MAY FESTIVAL, May 15, 16,
Five Concerts--Soloist, Chorus, and Orchestra
Unreserved Course Tickets, 4
for repairing shoes-the quality of our work
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