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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. -Rummel.
FACTS! FACTS! FACTS!
Already the flagrant misstatements
of facts has begun. The first commun-
ication fails to hold water with, the
facts, and'the facts are what we want
in this discussion.
udge for yourself the argument, the
proof that is advanced, and the con-
clusions. We feel that the article is
mostly conclusion, but judge for your-
As for actual misstatements, we
note the following: The Conference
does not rule with whom any particu-
lar member shall play, except to say
that no games shall be scheduled with
a university formerly in the Confer-
ence. There is no rule in the Confer-
ence which sets a limit on the num-
ber of football games that must be
scheduled with other members of the
how about the Big Five that he fa-
vors in one place, after the suggestion
made by Governor Osborne, and then
makes the point that there are only
two games that Michigan would care
for-.even the pro-conference. We
wonder how many of us agree with
Further, are Michigan's baseball .re-
lations as fine as relations with the
western universities? Not if we are
to judge by some of the stories that
have been handed down to us.
But why go further with this?
Regarding thearticle from the Daily
Illini, we will speak later. For the
present accept it as a display of a per-
sonal view-point, rather than &n ex-
pression of Illinois. The Illinois Sen-
ate was far more sportsmanlike and
we have a communication from the
editor of the Daily Maroon, which is
a much better example.
THE BIG- IDEA.
For .the first time since the early
"ays of the university the entire fac-
ulty and student body wil gather to-
gether in one great meeting. To the
outside world this is of tremendous
import for it shows that Michigan is
a real university,-not merely an ag-
gregation of departments, each with
widely different aims.
For us, however, Convocation is the
expression of an even greater idea.
We know of no better way by which
those who are now first entering the
university may be impressed with its
intellectual and physicial largeness
than by this great gathering under one
roof. It will demonstrate to them the
wonderful opportunities for self bet-
terment which the university offers as
well as impressing them with the re-
sponsibilities and duties that are
theirs as members of the University
Beginning today and extending into
Miss iary Newkirk, '13, and Miss
Isabel Hull, '12, have both received
scholarships from Simmons College,
I oston, and are working there this
year. Miss Newkirk is engaging in
secretarial work and Miss Hullin do-
Miss Edna Turner, president of the
Womens' league 1911-12, has taken her
Master's degree at Radcliffe, and is
now teaching American history and,
doing administrative work in the Lig-
gett school, Detroit.
All freshman women,and others who
are taking gymnasium work for the
first time, are requested to report at
Barbour gymnasium on Monday, Octo-
ber 27, at either 2:00, 3:00 or 4:00
o'clock according to the section elect-
ed. Those who have been assigned to
special morning sections may report
at any time during that afternoon.
Gymnasium suits and shoes will be de-
livered at that time, and women are
requested to bring money for same.
All junior lit football men report at
south Ferry field this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock for game with senior lits.
All Presbyterian students are in-
vited to a l-allowe'en social at McMil-
Ian hall, Friday at 8:00 o'clock.
The Zoological Journal club will
meet in room 305,of the zoological lab-
oratory, this morning at 11:00 o'clock.
J dent elections for all officers be-
sides president and vice-president, in
junior laboratory, dent building, at
10:00 o'clock today. Class meeting at
11:00 o'clock, same place.
Junior engineer football practice on
Ferry field at 4:00 o'clock this after-
Michigan Socialistic society will hold
first meeting of the year in Newberry
hall tonight at 8:00 o'clock. All for-
mer members of the Intercollegiate So-%
cialist society are invited to attend.
All band men who have uniforms
will meet at the band stand today at
3:45 o'clock. Trousers and shoes must
Soph lit football practice at 4:00
o'clock south Ferry field.
Junior engineer reelection for track
manager will be held today in room
411 engineering building from 1:00 to
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