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Publshed of Michigan.
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day throughout the school year...
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Athletic Editor..... F. E. Shaw, Jr.
Assistant........... G. C. Eldredge'
Music and Drama ... . Earl V. Moore,
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
Night Editor-Maurice Toulme.
All members of the reportorial- staff
rind all tryouts meet at the office to.
day at 1 p. m..
forts, the movement will- probably be
In this movement we can see the
germs of a systern like : those in vogue
at many other colleges. Ohio State
has a graduated system of choosing_
cheer leaders where a man begins
work in his freshman year and grad-
ually. rises .to. the. grade of cheer lead-
er. Watch those visiting- rooters to-
day, see their clock work movements
and, have ocular evidence of. the ; su-.
periority of such a~ system over the
one in vogue at Michigan -up- to ? the,
present time. And. don't forget to get
behind and root.,
On all Sizes
FToot BaaliGoocis aid-
A Ithletic Supqwliu
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I M Oass Teams.
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What has become of the.,old fashion-
ed underclassmen, who used tom get ex-
cited about the,.rush?
It is announced, that .tea will be
served after the .polite little, affair that
is to be staged on our brick lined
playground this morning but never-
theless we nurse a vague but persist-
ent belief (we will not- say dread)-
that somebody will get rough andl get
his 'feet in the sugar bowl.
While we do not wish to descend to
the purveyal of sporting intelligence:
during this intellectual repast we are
constrained. to remark that our ath-
letic staff to the contrary notwith-
standing, we don't. recollect_ a time
when this Ohio State bunch failed ton
provide some entertainment for the
eleven Wolverines who wandered
across their path and we do recollect
a couple of instances when we climbed
aboard the itinerant vans of our jes-
teemed Ann Arbor Railroad and buipp-
ed back from Columbus happy over a
three all. count.
I UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Tryout for glee club candidates,
Monday, 4:165, at School -of -Music..
Senior, engineer football- practice,
South Ferry Field, 4 Monday. Van
Soph lit party at Barbour gym! to-,-
night. Tickets will be -sold at the
door. Price fifty cents.
Opera eligibility cards- will be,- re-.
ceived oat Union today from 4:30 t
Fresh lit class -meeting Monday; at
4 in west physics lecture r~oom. Nom-
ination of officers. All be out.
Band meet at McMillan Hall at 1: 30,
today. Wear uniforms. Stanley.
TWO 'THOUSAND SEEDLINGS
ARE° PLANNED BY WOODMEN.
Fall plantings'".are being made at
the forestry farm, three miles west of
the city. Yesterday, afternoon about
2,000 seedlings were planted, the dif-
ferent species being white and red
oak, white pine, Norway spruce and
locust. More plantings will be made
The work is being. done by about 30
fourth and fifth year foresters, under
the direction of Prof. Roth and In-
structors Leigh Young and Whiting
These plantations will furnish ma-
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ing, as compared to spring planting.;
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Yell Ye Rooters.
For some time The Daily has felt
that the student body desired more
systematic cheering and the choosing
of a cheer leader who was satisfac-
tory to, themselves. Accordingly, The
Daily tried, and with some measure
of success, to have the existing con-
ditions changed. Cooperating with the
Student Council, the Athletic asso-
ciation has placed the choice with the
voters. This afternoon a number of
candidates will be given a chance to
tryout as masters of cheering. They
may be new and unaccustomed to the
job and their work may not be per-
fect. This is but natural. But, now
that the choice has been left to you,
the rooters, it is up to you to get be-
hind the movement and assist'the can-
didates to the best of your ability. Get
behind and boost; don't knock. Upon
the. success or failure of today's ef-
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