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BIG STAND BEGUN
To make way for the beginning of
actual construction operations on the
new $50,000 reinforced concerte stand
on the south side of Ferry field Varsi-
ty gridiron, work gangs yesterday be-
gan the removal of the old wooden
stands, which now flank the field. It
is expected that this work will last
nearly a month, at which time it will
be possible to lay the foundations of
the mammoth stand.
The old wooden stands will be re-
moved to the baseball field, and trans-
formed into bleachers, for the accom-
modation of the baseball rooting
So big is the proposed concrete
stand, that it will be necessary event-
ually to move the baseball diamond.
and stands nearly a hundred feet south
of their present location. While the
stands will be moved this spring, the
change of the diamond will not come
until the 1915 season.
The entire work of constructing the
concrete stand will be under the di-
rection of the athletic association,
which has employed Engineer Weeks
to supervise the work.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-President Harry B. Hutchins will
leave this afternoon for Williamstown,
Mass., where he will preside at the
annual convention of the Alpha Delta
Reservations have been made to ac-
commodate 85 at the senior lit "M"
dinner, which is to be held at 6:00
o'clock tomorrow night, at the Mich-
igan Union. Course tickets, or single
tickets at 60 cents will admit.
-An afternoon dance will be held un-
der the auspices of the Day nursery'
at Granger's from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock
Saturday. Fisher's orchestra will fur-
nish the music:.
-Tau Beta Pi, honorary senior engi-
neering society, will banquet at 6:00
o'clock tonight, at the Union. Ralph
Earnest will act as toastmaster, and
the program will include talks by
Prof. G. W. Patterson, head of the
electrical engineering department; S.
H. Waung, '14E, and H. J. Bill, '14E.
-Prof. T. A. Bogle, of the law depart-
ment, who has been ill for the past
few weeks with serious eye trouble,'
was reported much better yesterday.
The Sathing Beauty
Melotte Twin Sisters
Musial Co;edy Girls
THE SEASON'S DRAMATIC TRIUMPH
Great Love Drama
The Sensational Hit of New York
Presented by a Large and Capable
Company-Special Scenery and Effects
"ROMANCE is the Romance of a
Famous Grand Opera Singer and a
Young Clergyman. Despite their (lifter-
ent callings they are drawn together by
a profound and sincere love. But the
womnan has drained the cup of life so
deeply that her marriage to the minister
is impossible, in the hour of trial she
rises to sulime heights of self-denial,
proving herself stronger than the man.
NOTE-Patrons arc ea nestiy requested
to be in their seats blfore the.e of the
eurtai, as the stvrij bedins with prologue.
Prices: $1.50, $1,75c, 50c,25c
Mor. Frank Thompson
presents the Original
Company with the Fa-
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including the Double
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Mr. Bogle will not meet his classes
this week, however, but hopes to be
able to do so next week.
--Prof. John R. Allen spoke on "The
Manners and Customs of the Turkish
People" last night at the Methodist
church in Detroit.1
ATHLETICS , ARE IMPORTANT IN
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Parks," a section of the city of Oxford,
there are additional fields for football,
lacrosse and hockey. It will thus be
seen that there is nothing limited in
the facilities for athletics of the Ox-
There are about 2,500 undergradu-
ate students at Oxford. (It should be
understood that the colleges are dis-
tinctive units making up the univer-
sity, the colleges varying in size from
70 to 300 students.) Of these students,
it is safe to say that at least 80 per
cent engage actively every day in one
or more branches of sport. Each col-
lege has its own team in every branch
of sport, and thus the most inexperi-
enced and embryonic athlete has his
opportunity. The university teams
are picked from the best players in
the various colleges. Save in the case
of the rowing and running men, there
is little coaching or training in the
strict American sense of those words.
The men are left more or less to train
themselves but the average Oxonian
needs less training than we do in this
country, for athletic competition is so
general and universial that most of the
men are in good condition the year
A man who is a member of thevar-
sity rugby, association football or
cricket teams, or rows in the varsity
boat, or is a member of the Oxford
University Athletic Club (the track
team) and is picked as "first string"
In any event, or wins any event against
Cambridge, is known as a "Blue"; that.
is, he is entitled to wear a blue blazer,
bluo scarf, blue necktie or blue hat-
band. A blue thus takes the place
of the varsity letter in this country
as the most coveted athletic honor at
Oxford. The Oxford blue is the dark
blue, and the Cambridge color is light
The five branches of sport above
mentioned are regarded as major. For
the so called minor sports, such as
tennis, golf, hockey, boxing, etc., half
blues are awarded, and the blazers,
scarfs, neckties or hat-bands, are dis-
tinguished from those indicative of the
Dancing classes Monday and Friday 7 P. M. Private
pointment. Dance hall with dining room accomcdations.
served to order. Phone 1850-J.
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF
4ird of the ;:series of Wright
ne parties will be held at. the
. Union Friday night. The af-
be informal, and dancing will
9:00 o'clock. Tickets may ,be
by calling 319i or 236.
. Wann, instructor it French,
an illustrated lecture on
tinople" before Cercie Fran-
-Judge Finley Thompson, from the
Philippines, and Dean Julius Slotter-
beck, of the pharmacy department, are
visiting the university as guests of
President Harry B. Hutchins. Dean
Slotterbeck has a leave of absence to
do research work in Rochester.
d reerh w r in R c etr-Dean 3I. E. Cooley, of tihe engineer-
ing department and Prof. R. E. Bunk-
er, of the law department, will be the
speakers at the bi-monthly luncheon
held by the Barristers, at the Union
In Old1 Armory
full blue by parallel stripes of white
running through the blue body.
No sooner has the'freshman arrived
in Oxford and become settled in his
rooms, than the older men call upon
him to inquire as to his ability in or
predilection for any sport. Rowing
takes precedence, and the freshman
will be summoned to the river at the
very beginning of his first term, and
started in the rudiments- of rowing.
The number of rowing men at Oxford
is proportionately very great. Every
college has an "eight," and some
colleges put on a second and even a
third eight. ,Then in the winter term
of every year there are the so called)
"Toggers," novice races as it were,
the crews being made up of men who
have never rowed in college eights.
The varsity rowing men are in action
almost the entire year. In the autumn
there is the "Trial Eights" race be-
tween two crews composed of the best
rowing men in the university. In the
winter term the varsity crew is hard
at training for the annual race with
Cambridge which takes place the last
of March or .the first week of April.
Then in the summer term the Varsity
men row in the numerous college
eights. After that comes the Henley
regatta. At Cambridgethe same con-
ditions exist, so that it can be seen
that the number of men with rowing
training is very large.
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