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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY I gymnasium, without standing in line

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at the treasurer's office. Everything
is now in readiness for the rush of
newcomers and Dr. May requests that
all arrange for their physical examina-
tions and gym classes as soon as pos-
sible.
Conditions are much improved at the
gymnasium. All lockers, mats and ap-
paratus have been fumigated and three
new horses, four new climbing ropes
and a swinging pole for vaulters have
been added to the already excellent
equipment. Classes will begin Novem-
-The initial round in the first an-
nual All-Comers Championship Tennis
Tournament will be played this morn-
ing on the courts at Ferry field. Play
is to start at 9:00 o'clock and Chair-
man Lee of the committee which has
the tournament in charge has asked
that all players be on hand promptly.
According to Edwin C. Wilson, Varsity
tennis captain and {a member of the
committee, the courts are in excellent
condition for the beginning of play.

For ,all Departments.

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Engineer's Supplies
Loose-Leaf Note Books of all sorts. Fountain Pens, etc., etc.
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Adna Tohnson.............Business Manager
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
Night Editor--Bernus E. Kline.

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In welcoming you, Case, we are but
following custom, custom built upon
yearsof worthy competition. Our loy-
alty prevents us from wishing you
complete success, but past associations
compel sincere admiration.
OF LOCAL INTEREST.
Michigan will have the footlights at
the Whitney theatre tonight. Norman
Hackett, formerly a student, carries
the leading part in a play adapted by
a Michigan alumnus. Critics have
agreed that the production is far
above the ordinary.
Tonight's play has further recom-
mendation for local playgoers. Part
of the proceeds will be applied toward
the Palmer field debt. It is seldom that
so much local interest is centered in
one production.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
"Little Womieit."
Just as lovable and appealing is "Lit-
tle'Women," the play, as was the story
when Louise M. Alcott wrote it more
than forty years ago. Three genera-
tions have laughed and cried with the
characters of the book, and to see them
in real life will be the privilege of
local playgoers when William A. Bra-
dy's production comes to the Whitney
theatre Saturday, October 11, matinee
and night.

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INTERCOLLEGIATE
CHICAGO, ILL., Oct. 3.-Although reg-
istration figures are not yet available,
it is safe to say that the entering class
is one of the largest in the history of
the university.
A new feature of the English de-
partment this year is a course in Celtic
to be given by Associate Professor T.
F. Cross, formerly of the University
of North Carolina.
President Judson spent the summer
in England, studying cathedrals. The
university is planning to build a chap-
el within the next few years.
EVANSTON, ILL., Oct. 3.-With the
new dormitories and fraternity houses
in the final stages of construction, and
a new history building about to be
started, the days of cramped space and
incomplete facilities at Northwestern
seem somewhere near their end.
The Dean's and Registrar's offices
have been overwhelmed by the ix-
crease in the number of students.
Complete figures are not yet available
but it is generally reported that the
freshman class is 20 per cent larger
than last year.
The first football game of the season,
with Lake Forest, will be played Sat-
urday, and the purple coaches are giv-
ing their men a severe workout. Coach
Grady is seeing to it that every man
is thoroughly drilled at every point
in the play. The men do not average
as heavy as they should but they give
promise of developing into one of the
quickest and most aggressive teams
in the conference.
CHICAGO, ILL., Oct. 2.-As usual at
the University of Chicago Mr. Stagg is
making no prophecies of promises of
a successful or championship season.
He has even come out with several
bear stories and the coaches are keep-
ing quiet. In spite of this the general
opinion of the dope artists among the
students is that the season will be suc-
cessful, to say the least. ,
Twelve C men form a strong nucleus
and there is an abundance of experi-
enced sophomore material. Thirty-
eight candidates for the Varsity are
working out daily. This is the largest
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since 1905. Captain Norgren heads
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Men," told in'a beautiful series of nat-
ural color pictures, taken in the fam-
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-A. bible class for university men
and women will be held at the Epis-
copal church during the month of Oc-
tober under the direction of Professor
Wenley, at 12:00 o'clock noon imme-
diately following the regular services:
of the church. The general subject
for these classes is to be "St. Paul"
and Professor Wenley's subject for
next Sunday will be "The States of the
Roman World During St. Paul's Life."
After October the class will be divided
and Mrs. G. W. Patterson will conduct
the class for women and the Reverend
Mr. Raymond will lead the class for
men.
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