IlHE flICHIAN DAILY
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911.
-Night Editor-Robert X. Gillett.
There will be a meeting of the edi-
i'orial staff this afternoon at 1 o'clock,
4)ur N-ewe- inter Sport.
For several years it" has been the
reeling that tbere was a need for some
inter sport to fill in the time when
athletics are at a low ebb. The Hu-
-on Hockey club, a student organiza-
ion, took up the work of introduction
'ast year and the interest that was
aroused and the material that was
srought forth showed 'that Michigan
:would have no cause for taking a back
peat if hockey were introduced, here
ts a varsity sport.
It seemed better to the, board in
ontrol that the game get a more thor-
-ugh trial before. any steps were tak-
en to make it a varsity activity.. To
that end it will be tried this winter as
a department sport. There will be
teams representing each department
and a series will be played..
There is no doubt that Michigan
needs something of the l4nd and con-
sidering the location, -near the north
where the game reaches its highest de-
velopment, there should be a large
field of high class players to pick
from. On the interest that is shown
this winter depends the future of hock-
ey at MichiganL. Basketball did not
prove of sufficient interest to keep it on
the varsity' list but hockey is in many
respects more spectacular than the
There is no game that is as fast or
that is subject to more exciting situ-
ations than this northern game. It calls,
for the best ot condition and for quick-
ness of action and of decision. It is
all in the open and it can be kept free
from unnecessary roughness far better
than many other sports. By all means
'et us give hockey a fair and impartial
trial and this can be done best by get-
ting behipd the movement and boost-
Put tihe andante pedal on your cre-
lulity and read the following from the
TERRE HAUTE, IND., Dec. 5.-A
tornado .-made Rankin school its prey
and passed on after tearing page 17,
which contaiiried the day's problems in
trigonometry, from the books of 17
We don't know how those actors at
the Majestic expected to surprise uts
with that roller towel when we've
een gazing upon worse every day of
this, and past seasons, in the univer-
sity wash rooms.
Cooley Appoints Entrance Committee.
A committee on engineering entrance
requirements, ,with Assistant Dean W.
H. Butts as chairman was appointed
yesterday afternoon by Dean Mortimer
E. Cooley. The other members of the
committee are Professors E. Lorh, .C.
Guthe, A. H. White, S. J. Zowski, C. J.
Tilden and W. L.'Miggett.
Dec. 7-Soph Eng. class dinner at Un-
'Dec ?.-;. Law dance at Barbour gym.
Dec. 7.--Faculty Concert at High
School Auditorium at 8 o'clock.
Dec. 7, 8.- Y W. C A. Bazaar at New-
Dec. 8.-Senior Law Class Dinner at
Dec. 8.-Bernice de Pasquali, Choral
Union Series, University. Hall at 8
Dec. 8.-Kentucky Club Smoker at Un-
Dec. 8.- .Dr. Cross 'addresses Women
Dec. 9.-Senior Dent class dinner at
Dec. 9.-Alumni Smoker at "University
Club, Detroit, 7:4, Undergraduates
Dec. 9.-Freshman Spread at Barbour
Dec. 11.-Junior Eng. Class Dinner at
Dec. 13-16.-"The Awakened Rameses."
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