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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MANY ARE VOTING-
~IN RE-ELECTIONS
As a result of failure to obtain a ma-
jority in 23 class offices at last week's
polling, re-elections are being held
this week.
At special elections yesterday after-
noon, senior engineers and fresh cned-
ics polled heavily. H. B. Williamson
was chosen senior engineer vice-presi-
dent with a slight majority over Wal-
ter Fisk. Edgar Beardslee obtained a
majority of 16 over Earl May for fresh
medic president, and H. M. Lowe was
chosen treasurer with a majority of
10 over W. Egan.
Re-elections in the other classes will
be held as follows: Fresh lits, today
from 3:00to 4:00 p. m. in Tappan hall
instead of Saturday as was erroneous-
ly announced; fresh dents, today at
4:30 o'clock in the junior technic
room; junior lits, Thursday from 4:00
to 5:30 o'clock in west physics lecture
room; fresh pharmics, from 4:00 to
4:30 o'clock in room 303 chemical
building; soph lits, Saturday, 9:15 to
12:15 o'clock in Tappan hall; fresh
engineers, Saturday from 9:15 to 12:30
o'clock in room 311; fresh homeops,
Saturday, 11:45 to 12:00 o'clock, third
floor medical building.
In all of the special ballots import-
ant offices will be filled. Soph and
fresh lits will fill all of the principal
offices and the junior lits will elect a
treasurer. Fresh pharmics will choose
a president and re-elections in the oth-
er classes are mostly for athletic offi-
ces, except the fresh engineers who:
will poll for vice-president.
ANNUAL SENATE RECEPTION
WILL TAKE PLACE TONIGHT.
The annual senate reception will be
held this evening in Barbour gymnasi-
um. This is given in honor of the new
instructors, who are at this time form-
ally received into the ranks of the fac-
ulty. Pres. and Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins
will head the receiving line. Next in or-
der of their rank will be the deans of
the several departments, followed by
the members of the board of regents.
This year's general chairman is Prof.
William H. Wait, of the engineering
department.
EN-MAYORt MCLELLAN OF NEW
YORK SPEAKS HERE TONIHT.
George B. McClellan, former mayor
of New York city, will speak this ev-
ening under the auspices of the Wood-
row Wilson club, at 9:00 o'clock, in
McMillan Hall. Mr. McClellan is in-
cumbent to the same chair occupied by
Grover Cleveland when he retired
from the presidency. He will arrive
from Benton Harbor at 4:00 o'clock.
Arthur Brown, city attorney, will
speak prior to the former mayor. All
democrats who intend to vote are re-
quested to put their names on a slip of
paper and hand-it in at the door before
going in.
Senior Society Elects New Members.
At a meeting of the senior women's
society the following independents
were elected: Margaret Kinney, Mary
Jackmann, Hazel Littlefield,Anna Wig-
gins, and Edel Ehrhorn. A meeting
of the society has been called for this
evening. No initiation date has been
decided upon as yet.

SOGGER APPEALS
TO ORIENTALISTS
Michigan's latest acquisition in the
field of sports may be a decided nov-
elty to the majority of students, but
to the Chinese and Japanese atending
the university it is a most familiar
game.
Soccer was introduced into China
from England at the instigation of the
Chinese government and it is now
played in their schools, from what cor-
responds to the kindergartens up
through the universities. Japan was
not long after China in adopting it as
a school game, and today it is consid-
ered the national pastime in the Ce-
lestial kingdom, vieing with baseball
for first place in the hearts of the lit-
tle men of Nippon.
Besides learning the game when
children in their native lands, many of
the orientals took their college prep-
aratory work in the high schools of
California, where soccer is the big
game, our football having been abso-
lutely discarded eight years ago.
At the first turnout on South Ferry
field last Thursday afternoon, 14 Chin-
ese students and one Japanese were
showing their western brothers the
finer points of the game. They were
highly enthusiastic over the introduc-
tion of sqcer at Michigan and one of
their number said that many more in-
tended to play, who were unable to be
at the first practice.
Up to this time there has been no
line of athletic endeavor for which
Chinese and Japanese ctudents seemed
fitted. Soccer will furnish them an ex-
cellent and much needed opportunity
for physical exercise, as well as the
many other students who have shown
their interest in Michigan's new sport.
Coach Douglas has been fortunate
in booking Secretary Pemberton and
William Daines of the Soccer League
of Detroit for a visit to Ann Arbor in
the interest of the novices in the new
field at Michigan. Both men wil be at
Ferry field during he regular practice
starting at 3:00 o'clock and will give
the local enthusiasts some pointers
that should be of value in grasping the
finer points of the game.
Dr. ilewlitt Conducts Clinic at Iowa.
Dr. A. W. Hewlitt, of the medical
department, has' just returned from
Iowa City, where he held a clinic in
connection with the opening of the
new hospital of the University of Iowa.
This is Almost "Rubbing It Inp"
"Cyclone in and about Syracuse does
much damage," is the title of a number
on the <Pathe's weekly at the local
vaudeville house. The announcement
drew a big groan last night, indicating
that truth is still stranger than fiction.
SUPPORTERS OF BULL MOOSE
BANQUET AT UNION TONIGHT
Bull Moose talks, songs, and enthu-
siasm are promised for the Progres-
sive banquet which is to be given at
the Union from 6:30 to 8:00 o'clock
this evening.
Prof. John R. Rood, of the law de-
partment, E. B. Manwanning, of Wis-
consin, and William H. Hill, who is
running for congressman at large, will
make addresses.
The Bull Moose quartet will give se-
lections. Tickets costing 50 cents can
be obtained at the Union.

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