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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Overcoats

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At Your

Price

GYM CLASSES ARE
FULLY ORGANIZED
Gymnasium classes - for men and
women are now in full sway. Many

BIG DEMAND FOR
CORNELL TICKETS
That even seniors and post-gradu-
ates will "stoop to conquer" was prov

Oscar S. Hodge Presents

Friday, November 8th

We are showing Six Colors in the Chinchilla coatings-that deep
dark blue, makes a gentleman's garment and is certainly making a hit.

NEIL

O'BRIE

Warmth

Without

Weight

freshmen received their initiation to I ed by several incidents in connection

s what the trade demands. We have met the demand in our showing at
$20, the price of ready-to-wear Coat-you can have one tailored to your
ivn measure and that means comfort.

j Karl Malcolm
Maynard and Liberty
W ruxtra

THE

BIG

the wonders of Waterman gym. yes-
terday afternoon, when Dr. May met
the first regular classes of the year.
All the sections are larger this year
than ever before, and by the end of the
week about 500 first year men will
have put a feW kinks into their youth-
ful muscles. Dr. May will be assisted
by Hanson, Spangler, and Snyder in
directing the classes this semester.
It is too early to give out any sta-
tistics as to the physical calibre of the
1916 inen, but judging from the repre-
sentative bodies on the floor yesterday,
the tape will reveal some astonishing
dimensions.
The authorities- at Barbour gymnasi-
um have not yet finished commenting
upon the remarkably poor condition of
many of this year's freshman class.
Out of 160 freshmen women, 44 are de-,
ficient, 32 having spinal curvature. Of
this number, 25 have single curvature,
and seven double curvature. Three-
fourths of this number have had no
gym work before. These figures show
the imperative necessity of physical
training in the schools.
Detailed data of the measurements
of this year's class have been complet-
ed and results are being compared
with those of last. The data is as fol-
lows: average age, 18 years, 6 months,
which is one month younger than pre-
vious classes; average weight, 121.4
pounds; average height, 63.5 inches;
lung capacity, 159.7eu.inches, which
is ten inches greater, than the class of
1915; total strength, '938.25 pounds,
which is 21 less than the class of 1913,
but more than that of other classes.
Out of 237 examined including fresh-
,men and upper class women, three stu-
dents were excused from all work; 13
were given moderate work, and eight
were referred for further examinations
on account of deficient lungs.
For those who are in any respect de-
ficent, special small classes will be
formed, and it is expected that there
will be great improvement by the end
of the year.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IS
DUTY-BOUND SAYS CAMPUS.

with the first day sale of seats for the
Cornell game. In preceding years, un-
fortunate freshmen were sent to the
athletic office in the early hours of the
morning that the lords of the upper
classes might have the first pick of
seats. But all this is now changed by
the 'establishment of the blanket tax,
and the attendant conditions, which
makes it necessary for each student,
freshman or post-graduate, to present
his ticket book in person at the ath-
letic office in return for a reservation
for the big game.
Yesterday was senior and post-grad-
uate day at the athletic office, and
from 8:00 o'clock in the morning when
the sale began until the closing hour,
the affair attracted such a multitudi-
nous number of the favored ones that
the line sprawled over the steps of
,the office, out to the State street side-
walk and extended in a northerly di-
rection well past the further end of
West hall. -
Although no near or past grad was
ambitious enough to emulate the ex-
ample of a last year's freshman, who
in, order to be first in line when the
doors were opened, rolled up in a blan-
ket at the athletic office porch and
spent the preceding night at that post
of vantage, some gathered at 3:00
o'clock yesterday morning on the lawn
in front of the building, lit a bonfire
and spent the intervening time in song
and swapping stories across the flam-
es,
Beside the seat reservations that
were given in exchange for the student
books, more than 1,000 of the $2.00
seats in the south bleacher were sold.
Today comes the junior's chance for
the choice seats their elders have left
them, but as far as could be ascertain-
ed at 9:00 o'clock last night, no plans
were being made by enterprising mem-
bers of that class to convert the steps
and surroundings of the athletic office
into a camp-fire reunion.
BAD LUCK IS EXPERIENCED
BY PROF. ALLEN IN TURKEY.

Box Office open Wed. Nov. 6

Prices, 35-50-75-1.00-1.50

A Bargain in Stationery
We offer an unsurpassed value in Fabric Finish writing paper. Forty
eight sheets and forty eight envelopes (two cuts) all for 25c a box. This
is another one of those
PERFECT REXALL PRODUCTS see it in our window
he Rexail Drug Store
E. C. EDSILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists

and his great American
MIN STRELS
The foremost organization of its kind in the world. More high salaried
comedians, singers, and dancers and more high class features than ever
before assembled in one minstrel entertainment
Billy Van, W. H. Thompson, Pete Detzel, Al Fontaine John Burke,
Walter Lindsey, Eddie Mazier, William H. Hallett, Jack McShane,
Master Hagen, J ohin Daily, Doran and Strong.
And 5o famous minstrel celebrities.

I

SOUVENIR

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Shoes For Men
From $3.50 to $8.(
C411 at our Store and we will show you the latest styles
wear. Complete line of Gym Goods at

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302

S. State Street

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Prof. J. R. Allen, of the me
engineering department, who
:n Turkey on a two year'sl

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contain

detailed

ac-

count of the game, feature
storiesand a complete re-
port of the football season..

(Continued from page 1.) absence, is having much troub
passed at their November meeting, work there. Prof. Roberts is+
1907, provides that the athletic surplus in the establishment of an eng
shall be devoted as far as possible to department in Roberts colleg
permanent improvements. The exec- first jinx which dogged his f
utive committee can safely say that was engendered by a smoot]
necessary permanent improvements lip, for in Turkey no man is
will demand the surplus of the coming without a mustache. It to
four years. Roughly estimated our weeks for the professor to fu
requisite expenditures will be as fol- requirement. When Prof. Al
lows: for America to get his wife a
$9,750 indebtedness beginning of col- 'dren he left explicit direction
lege year. the sites and construction of
$4,000 payments due on purchase of gineering buildings which he h
38 7-10 acres suoth of Ferry field. ned. On his. return he fou
$3,000 to $4,000 construction of new what little work had been accc
tennis courts. ed had to be done over again.
From $7,500 to $8,500 for draining, through perseverance, he got t
tiling, grading and seeding new south struction work started again
field. have it stopped by the Turki
$2,500 to $3,000 laying out another Then Prof. Allen contracted
running track on South Ferry field, and finally came a plague of fl
and baseball and football grounds on
the new south field. METALLURGY STUDENTS WM
From $18,000 to $37,000 for a new MAKE FIRST TRIP SAT
south stand, on football field, (depend-
ing on type of construction, i. e. wood Interesting trips have been ai
or cement). for classes in metallurgy and c
Many other improvements not so technology and others intere:
necessary but nevertheless very wor- those subjects. The first trip
thy of consideration might easily doub- series will be made Saturday a
le the expenditure of funds for perma- include the following places: C
nent improvements. At best we can ens at Wyandotte, Wyandotte P
only hope to carry out those above cit- cement plant, Sibly, and the ble
ed. P.' G..BARTELME, nace in Delray.
Graduate Director. Later trips will include po
interest in Detroit, Windsor, a
Skin diseases are cured at the Min- ledo. Low excursion rates may
eral Bath House, Ypsilanti, Michigan. cured by anyone interested,

chanical
f is now
leave of
le in his
engaged
ineering
ge. The
ootsteps
I upper
a man
ok two
lfill this
len l.eft
nd chil-
ts as to
the en-
ad plan-
nd that
omplish-
Finally,
the con-
only to
sh war.
a fever,
eas.
ILL
URDAY
rranged
hemical
sted in
of the
and will
oke ov-
?ortland
a~st fur-
ints of
and To-
be se-

EITHER one need w~orry you.
n s i w to eep h b asu
fof a healthy skin.
"mIs the sun's rndhave ealready done the
icie-eTer m n ' eake ortheytan
soothe the sunburn and remove the freckles
with the beautifying
~ns ng FR CK Ecream
It is\o b 1echingprocess--to take the life wt
othe skin. It restores its health and beauty
giving to every complexion, dark or fair, a
transparent clearness ahd th natural glow.
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panr, of Charleston. s. C.
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Wilson's Freckle Cream is perfectly harm-f-,.t gr
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soft and lovely.
If it fails we absolutely guarantee to
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It

will

be

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Jewelers, Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
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If you would

like

to

wear

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CROSS,

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