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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PLAYERS PREPAREI
FOR SOCCER GAME

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In spite of the handicap of cold
weather, a small squad of soccer play-
ers turned out for the first day of
practice in preparation for the game
with the exponents of soccer from the
Ypsilanti Normal College, next Sat-
urday.
It is hoped by Coach Douglas that
today will see the squad increase in
numbers, as there are 'several posi-
tions that have as yet no men to fill
them. The Ferry field club house has
been kept open especially for the play-
ers, and a steaming shower is kept
ready for them after their work-out.
It is hoped that everyone interest-
ed in having soccer continue as a sport
at Michigan will try for a place on the
team that will represent the universi-
ty in its first inter-collegiate soccer
football game, as any enthusiasm
shown now by the students wiill do
much to convince the athletic author-
ities that soccer should not only be
continued, but given more attention
next spring.
Reports from the Ypsilanti camp
seem to indicate that the future teach-
ers are leaving no stone unturned
in their preparation for the chance
to win from a team representing
Michigan on the athletic field. This
season marks the introduction of the
game at both institutions, and Coach
Douglas is far from willing that the
honor of Michigan should be dragged
through the mire of defeat, even in a
game that is still in the experimental
stage..
If given a few more men to work
with, the coach will be able to build
up a strong scoring eleven on a nu-
cleus of six experienced players.
Practice will be held every afternoon
this week at 3:00 o'clock.

CLASS BASKETBALL
TEAMS PRACTICE
Although the inter-class series of
basketball games is not scheduled to
begin until after the Christmas holi-
days, a number of the class teams
have already begun to train for the
competition.
Chief among the teams now in ac-
tion is the championship junior engi-
neer team which hopes again to go
through the season undefeated. The
fresh lits turned out 40 strong yester-
day and have started work in earnest.
Several other teams in the literary
and law departments have also begun
training, and it is expected that after
the holidays, many of the fives will
have their men weeded down to such
an extent that team play may be tak-
en up.
As yet no inter-class basketball
manager has been appointed, and no
schedule aranged. It is expected that
the appointment of a man to take
charge of the series of games will
soon be made known, however, and a
schedule adopted,-so that this popular
indoor athletic activity can be organ-
ized on a definite basis.
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ANNOUNCE PLANS
FOR WINTER SPORT
Immediately after the Christmas
holidays, F. W. DuBois, manager of
inter-departmental hockey, will issue
a call to all candidates for the sever-
al department teams. Last year there
were only four teams in the series,
but from all indications this year's
schedule will have to accommodate
six or more departments.
The presidents of the senior classes
of the departments entering teams
will appoint managers of their respect-
ive squads, and these representatives
will draw up a schedule, which will be
announced after the Christmas vaca-
tion. The championship will be de-
cided on the percentage basis, as that
scheme has proved more efficient in
other universities than has the system
of elimination.
The candidates will not lack in-
struction. Coach Douglas will tutor
the club-wielders, and Dr. May, who
chased the puck on the Yale team a
few decades past, will always be on
handtto give the boys a few inside
pointers.
Dean M. E. Cooley Still Held in East,
Dean M. E. Cooley, who has been
detained in Baltimore, Md., with a se-
vere case of la grippe, will not return
to Ann Arbor for at least a week. His
condition has improved, however, and
by the latest report he was convalesc-
ing rapidly.
SENIOR LITS WILL START
FiNANCIAL CAMPAIGN A DAY
Treasurer E. R. Johnson of the sen-
ior lit class has instituted a campaign
to collect dues from delinquent mem-
bers of the class. A committee of
about 15 men has been appointed, who,
equipped with tags and placards, will
attempt to beat the record set last
year, when, in a, similar campaign,
$80.00 were taken in A stand will be
placed in University hall, where those
who wish to escape persecution by the
collectors may go and pay their dues.

At a meeting of the Aeronautical
society, held last evening in the engi-
neering building, ararngements were
completed for experimentation with
the glider which the club constructed
last year. The machine is now lo-
cated in the hangar, south of the city.
Although several attempts were
made last spring to navigate the at-
mosphere with the glider, it was found
difficult to raise the machine more
than a foot or so from Mother Earth.'
This year the amateur aeronauts are
confident that they can obtain better
results, and the initial tryout will be
held in the next few weeks.
L. C. Wilcoxen, '16E, was chosen
as experimental manager for the soci-
ety at the meeting last evening. Wil,
coxen has had practical experience in
glider tests in Massachusetts, and it
is expected that under his direction
the local machine can be tempted to
soar on high.
The other officers elected were: Carl
Guthe, '14E, president; H. C. Drake,
'14E, vice-president; G. F. Wickes,
'15E, secretary and treasurer.

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SPECIAL FEATURES
WED., DEC. 11
Put Yourself in His Place . CHARLES RHEAD
THURS., DEC. 12
On Secret Service

FRANK C. KANE WILL SPEAK
BEFORE NEWSPAPER CLASS.
Frank G. Kane, editorial writer for
the Detroit News Tribune, will ad-
dress Prof. Scott's class in journalism
Tuesday morning, Dec. .17, on the
subject "Writing the. News Story."
Until accepting his position with the
Detroit News Tribune a short time
ago, Mr. Kane was a member of the
School of Journalism in Washington.
QUESTION BOX IS SUCCESSFUL.
Forestry Faculty Find Suggestions of
Students Valuable.
According to the members of the
forestry faculty the student sugges-
tion box which was installed last
week has already proved' to be a suc-
cessful venture. It has brought out
a number of very pertinent sugges-
tions that have already been acted
upon, and steps taken to carry them
out as far as possible. As the sug-
gestions are taken from the box they
are discussed by the faculty, and as
soon as they are able to give an opin-
ion their decision is placed on the
suggestion and it is then posted on a
bulletin board provided for that pur-
pose
So far as is known the idea is en-
tirely a new one and its further suc-
cess is bound to be watched with
much interest by members of the fac-
ulty and students of other depart-
ments.

DR. JEAN BECK WILL GIVE
ADDRESS ON TROUBADOURS
Eminent Philologist Will Give Second
Number on Cercle Fran-
caise Course.
Dr. Jean Beck, eminent philologist
and authority upon music of the mid-
dle ages, will give the second number
of the Cercle Francais series of en-
tertainmen'ts next Friday afternoon at
4:00 o'clock' in Memorial hall. His
subject will be "The Music of the
French Troubadours from the XI to
XIV Centuries." Dr. Beck is at pres-
ent professor of Romance Philology
in the University of Illinois, to which
position he came two years ago from
the University of Strasbourg. He has
written several volumes upon the mu-
sic of the troubadors.
Professor Beck is also the discov-
erer of the secret of musical notation
as it was known to strolling musicians
in the period of which he talks, a thing
that had long puzzled investigators
of that music. During the course of
his lecture, he will sing a number of
old troubador "chansons" transcrib-
ed directly from the originals, and
will play his own accompaniment up-
on instruments that he has recon-
structed after those used by the trou-
badous themselves.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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Andrew's Opera Co.
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Soph eng. basketball practice 3:00
to 4:00 o'clock Monday; 5:30 to 6:30
o'clock Wednesday, at city Y..M. C. A.
Junior laws will hold a elass meet-
ing tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 o'clock
in room C of the law building.
Freshman basketball practice at
Barbour gym,Thursday at 4:00 o'clock.
All out.
All girls .expecting to remain in
town during the Christmas vacation,
should leave their names with Dean
Jordan.
D. C. Birch will speak before the
Forestry club tonight at 7:30 in room
407 engineering building. His sub-
ject will be "The Forest Resources of
California."

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