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February 28, 1912 - Image 4

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UNIVERSITY

NOTICES

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All baseball men
report at gym today,
ruary 27, at 1 p. m.
Senior lit relay try
4 p.m.
Fresh law relay tr
5.
Cnnh lit rlcam

for all positions
Wednesday, Feb-
youts Wednesday,
youts today, 4 to
P~iny thi nft

aopn.ii b cass meeting t s alter-
noon at 3:00 p. m. in West Physics lec-
ture room.
Senior lit class meeting, Friday at 4,
Tappan hall.
Candidates for fresh lit relay team
report at track of Waterman gym to-
day at 4:30 and 5:30 o'clock.
All male students connected with
the Congregational church are invited
to attend the supper to be given Wed-
nosday evening at 6:00 in the church
parlors. Admission will be 25 cents.
Section 1, sophomore girls Deutsch-
er Verein, will meet tonight at 7 in the
Verein rooms.
Roosevelt men meet at Griffin's club
rooms over Wagner's, tomorrow even-
ing at 7:15.
Senior dental society meets tonight,
7:30 in dental amphitheater.
The university section of the Amer-
ican Chemical society will meet in
room 151 chemical building at 4 o'clock
this afternoon.
Meeting of all men to write skits
for Diamond Jubilee vaudeville in
Michigan Union at 7 tonight. Also
men with specialty acts.

play in certain games or a percentage
of games, and set a real standard to
decide the matter arbitrarily. It is
certainly more efficient than the pres-
ent mode, and the chances are proba-
ble that the change will be made, al-
though no official statement has been
given.
The matter must be decided by the
board of directors and then by the
board of control, so that it may be
some time before any definite action is
taken, but all signs point to the
change.
MORE CHESS PLAYERS ARE
NEEDED TO FINISH MATCHES
'More chess players are needed in
'order to carry on the games in the cor-
respondence tournament with the Uni-
versity of Chicago and Colgate Univer-
sity. According to the positions at
present Michigan has a slight advan-
tage, but the combination play requir-
es study by several players in order
to select the best move possible. A
dinner to be held March 5 is being ar-
ranged for the members of the club
and those interested. Information,
and the moves in the games are posted
on the bulletin board in U. Hall.

New

GLORIOUS
Friday, March 1 5
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Music by Karl

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AWARDING

OF "M'S" PROVES BIG
PROBLEM.

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s not of sufficient calibre to war-
iving the letters for firsts in that
and the meet with Cornell. Penn,
ne other large western university
the only solution.
le the argument concerning the
"M" goes merrily on, another
e in .the method of awarding
tters is being seriously consider-
regard to base ball. There has
iothing definite done, but various
ies and investigations are being
the matter discussed pro and
nd new methods being proposed
riticised.
r since last year there has been
or less quiet agitation on the
r, and at that time changes were
sed. At the present time there
set standard for the awarding
letter, and it is a question to be
d by the coach, captain, and
ger. The plan suggested propos-
award the letters to men who
irch winds bring rough
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