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GYM CLASSES WILL'
START ON MONDAY
Gymnasium classes start next Mon-
day, but there is still a largenumber
of freshmen who have not been phys-
ically examined, and who must make
arrangements with Dr.May to have this
done before the end o, n(xt week. An
effort is being made to finish all ex-
aminations before the regular classes
begin. Whether examined or not al'
first year men are expected to be en-
rolled in classes which they must at-
tend from the beginning.
Several strength tests have been ad-
led to the usual procedure of examina-
tion. A count is taken of the number
of times the student can chin himself,
and dip on the parallel bars. These
two exercises are excellent for chest
and lung development, phases of gym-
nasium work which Dr. May intends
to devote much of his attention as pre-
entative for tuberculosis.
The course in advanced gymnastics
will meet for the first time on next
Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock and al-
though it is given principally for pros-
pective teachers it will be open to any
who have had the required freshman
work.
This year's enrollmninir gymnasi-
um classes is certain to be larger than
in the past because of the one year lit-
erary work required for admission tc
the law department, which makes
those who would otherwise be in that
:epartment and therefore exempt from
ym work, members of the lit depart-
ment are therefore required to take
the course in gym. As all have note
yet enrolled it is impossible to state
definitely what total w il l be reached;
'ut it will easily lead last year's fig-
ures by two hundred, which brins it
rose to the thousand mark.

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SENIOR LAWS TRIM t1SH II EI"S
IN FRST (A31E OF SEMI-FINALS.
Fumbling and Lack of Speed Fatal to
Medie Undereiassmen on
Muddy Field.
Plugging along at a steady consist-
ant pace, the senior laws handed out a
19 to 0 drubbing to the sophomore
medics yesterday afternoon in the first
game of the semi-finals. . It was the
first appearance of the medic team in
the chase for the big honors and they
accredited themselves well against
their much heavier and experienced
opponents. On the whole the contest
was slow and featureless with the ex-
ception of a few well executed for-
ward passes by the upper classmen
Mud and a high wind served to re-
tard the playing to a great extent and
as a result many forward passes fell
wide of their mark and little kicking
was indulged in. The three touchdowns
scored by the seniors were gained
mainly through the means of long
runs, neither team profiting materially
through line plunging. Only twice did
the under classmen come to life and
show any real fight in their offensive
work and both times they swept the
seniors up the field for what promised
to be a certain score only to lose the
oval on a fumble.
The next game on the inter-class
schedule will be played next Wednes-
day afternoon between the senior lit
and the soph engineers.
FINAL CLASS ELECTIONS ARE
TO T 'AKE PLACE THIS MOR(~NINGA
oph Lits, Fresh Laws, Fresh Engi.
neers and FreshI Honmeops Cast
Lat Ballot Today.
Class elections will be ended today
when four oclasses will hold special
ballots for offices which were not fill-
ed at the regular election. It is hoped
that fresh laws and engineers will
show more interest than at the regular
pollings when about one-fifth of each
:lass took advantage of suffrage priv-
ileges. Today's elections will be held
as follows:
Soph lits elect from 9:15 to 12:15
o'clock in Tappan hall. The candi-
dates are as follows: president, Ches-
ter Lang and C. M. Anderson; vice-
president, Evelyn Roehm; secretary,
Marguerite Foote, and Louise Mark-
ley; baseball manager, 1. Egar, and C.
Toles; basketball manager, E. Con-
nely, and H. Kennedy.
Fresh laws will choose a president,
polling from 10:00 to 12:00 o'clock in
room G. The candidates are J. S.
'rawford and T. F. Murphy.
Fresh engineers will poll from 9:15
to 12:30 in room 311. The candidates
are a4follows; vice-president, F. Hal-
loway, and 0. 0. Lenninger; treasurer,
D. Chatfield and E. MCalister; bas-
ketball manager, A. A. Raymond and
Jack Finkenstaedt.
Fresh homeops will poll for athletic
manager from 11:45 to 12:00 o'clock,
third floor medical building. The can-
didates are D. M. Clrke, and G. J.
Smith.

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(Continued from page 1.)
has been corrected only today's game
will prove, and it will be the playing
that will prove it and not. the score.
Michigan should win, and if Michigan
plays as it is capable of playing it will.
win. But if it plays as it did at Syra-
cuse the Coyote team will go home
the victor.
The South Dakota team arrived over
the Michigan Central at a late hour'
yesterday afternoon, too late to have
a short workout such as had been
planned. The Coyote squad do not
look as heavy as the weights given
out indicate and the South Dakota au-
thorities admit that the list that was
sent down here was padded. South
Dakota will not average 185 but will
outweigh the Wolverines about six
or seven pounds to the man. They
also have the edge on Michigan in the
matter of experience and with a heavy
field such as is promised for today,
the Coyotes have the advantage as far
as these two things are concerned.
South Dakota is not confident of
winning which is a point in Michi-
gan's favor. But they have an idea, a
spirit- of fight that is going to count a
whole lot in the outcome. To the
western team the Michigan game .is
the desired, it is a contest that places
them among a high rank, and to win
- that game is their highest ambition.
With Minnesota's scalp safely put
away, but one thing remains, and that
is to defeat Michigan. Coach Gunder-

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ma:ns we are going to fight as best we
can."
Michigan will go into the game with
a -complete lineup but it is crippled
Paterson has recovered sufficiently to
go back to his position and Craig's
knee is in good enough shape to per-
mit him to start but how long these
men will last is a question that is
bothering Yost. Carpell and Torbet
will start the game at ends and if
these two men live up to their repu-
tation the Coyotes should have con-
siderable trouble circling them. Pon-
tius will start at tackle and as it is the
first'time the big boy has played this
position this year his work will be
watched with interest: Craig will
start at one half and the other is open
between Boyle and Hughitt with chan-
ces favoring the latter.
lf Craig should be hurt and forced
to retire the question of his successor
is a hard one. Collette is the man
who has been coached for the place
but he was called to Green Bay, Wis..
last night by the serious illness of an
uncle and will not be here today. Mus-
ser, whose passing has improved con-
siderable, will go in if Paterson is
hurt. The lineup that will start to-
day will be about the strongest that
Michigan can put into the field and
if it is defeated chances are slim for
the two remaining games.
The game today will start at 2:30
and it is expected a large crowd will
be present. It is the last time the
Wolverines will be seen in action be-
fore they meet Pennsy and it will. fur-
nish a criterion for Michigan rooters

Paterson.... ..C. .......... Potts
Almendinger.....R.G. ......Johnson
Pontius.. .....R.T.. .....Brown
Torbet...........R.E.......Aldrich
Huebel..........Q.B . .Coffey, Capt.
Craig...........Ll.. .Imlay
Hughitt or Boyle.. R.H........Sheek
Thomson........F.B..... Ferguson
Referee-Fultz of Brown; Umpire-
Ilaines of Yale: Linesman--Lynch of
Cornell; Time of quarters-15 min-
utes.
PliOFE SSM ( L( (ER N AMlD
ON W)_ RI) O I'l'dBll('AT'11ONS
Dr. James V. Clover, professor of
mnathematics and insurance, has re-
ently been appointed hy PrOs. Harry
3. Hutchins to the board of control of
student publications to fill the vacan-
-y caused by the death of Prof H. S.
Smalley. Prof. Glover recently resign-.
ed his position as auditor and controll-
er of student organizations in order to
he free to take up the new duties.
CAMPUS rj10( DECIIDE BANDS
FATE BY REFERENIDIT VOTE
(Continued from page l.)
ing the band with the team on a long
trip. The council, however, was of the
opinion that in the future the athletic
appropriations of the athletic funds
should include an expense fund for the
baned.
The members of the band are
strongly opposed to the solicitation of
funds from the students as in the past.
If the student body should vote Mon-
day to abandon the usual proceduref
of raising travelling funds for the band
by soliciting donations from the stu-
dents, the council will undertake no
campaign to send the band to Pennsyl-
vania.
Proiessor Gets Leave of Absence.
Because of ill health Prof. W.T. Bar-
bour, lately appointed assistant pro-1
fessor in the law department, has been
forced to ask for leave of absence ex-1
tending through the balance of thisr
semester and possibly through the en-1
tire year.

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COSMOPOLITAN CLUB HOLDS
SECONT) &UOKER ON MOND Y
The Cosmopolitan club will hold. :its.
second smoker at the Michigan U nicnm
Monday at 7:00 p. m. The Chinese
students will take charge of the night.
President Welsh will speak on "A rer-
ica's Opportunity in China," and . P..
Wang, secretary of the Chinese Stu.-
dents' club, will give an illust: ated
talk on China. 1.
Chinese sweetmeats and other re.
freshments have been ordered from
Detroit to be served on the occasion.
Those ,interested in the cosmopolitan .

IIOMEOPS ENTiERTAINEI)
BY FACULTY ON TUHURSI)AY.
The students of the homeopathic de-
partment were entertained Thursday
night at the annual banquet given to
them by the faculty at the Michigan
Union. Over 100 attended, among
whom were Pres. Harry B. Hutchins,
Regent J. F. Beal, and Dean W. B.
!linsdale. An interesting talk was giv-
en by Prof Arndt of SAn F'rancisco,
who was connected with the universi-
ty here in the early '80s.
2oeniix Club Takes in Twelve Men.
The Phoenix club, an organization
of Detroit Western high school grad-
uates, initiated the following men last
evening: Pred Matzhes, Douglas Gra-
ham, Art Bancroft, Elmer Muns, B.
Madden, Joe Farrand, Edward Run-e,
A. Rosenwig, 1L. Robinson, G. Curtis,
A. Buckendale, Don Blakeslee.
English Poet to Give Lecture Here.
Theo. W. Koch, librarian of the ui-
versity, returned yesterday from a four
days' visit to Boston, where he went to

lIEUTSCHER VEREIN CHOOSE
"IOKrTOR WESE" .J?0R
1)iSsatisfaction as to the Chok(
Been Expressed by Several
Members,
"Doktor Wespe," a farcical c
in five acs by Roderich Benedi
been selected by the Deutseher
as its annual play to be presente
spring.- This modern comedy
same play that was selected las
but was changed in favor of "Die
nalisten" because of the large
in the latter comedy.
Considerable dissatisfaction
been expressed by several membm
the Verein who hold that the p
not suitable for presentation be
university audience because of it
of literary merit. It is probable
special meeting of the Verein v
called soon to discover the sen
of the Verein as a whole, and it i
sible .that a change will be made
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
:t Whitney Tonight.
Gertrude Hutcheson, who wa
sprightliest "Merry Widow" amo
those Nho essayed this well k
role, has the leading feminine p
the Strauss opera, "My Little Fr
which will have its first prod
in this country at the New Whitr
night.

movement are codially invited.
Bapist iiGuild to Hold Social Tonight
The Baptist Guild will hold a Hal-
loween social in the church parlors
at 8:00 o'clock tonight. Masks are to
be worn, and, to carry out the spirit
of the -evening, fortune tellers and
ghosts will lurk in the shadows to
make the scene uncanny.

son expresses the opinion of the entire to judge by. The lineup for today:
squad when he said: "We are not sure Michigan South Dahota
of winning, we are not counting on it. Carpell........... L.E. ........Meeter
But we know we have a fighting Cole ............... L.T. .....Downing
chance and as long as that chance re- Quinn............L.G.........Barrett

make final arrangements for the ap-
pearance of Laurence Binyon, English
poet, art critic, and lecturer, on the
'university platform. Mr. Koch ex-
-pcts that Mr. Binyon will speak about
the 12th of November and states that
yhe university is exceedingly fortuna e
,n being able to secure the services of
uch an eminent and well-informed
pan.

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