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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All candidates for soph engineer foot-
ball team must have physical exami-
nation by Saturday, October 12. Prac-
tice today at 4:00 p. m. South Ferry
field.
Senior engineer football practice at.
4:00 o'clock this afternoon. South
Ferry field.
Mr. Stanley will be at the School of
Music every afternoon from 1:00 to
2:00 o'clock to try voices for the Chor-
al Union.
Cosmopolitan Smoker at Michigan
Union tonight. Foreign and American
students welcome. Program begins
8:00 o'clock.
Gargoyle business staff meeting and
tryouts 5:00 o'clock p. m. Bring ad
copy.
Fresh engineer smoker at the Union
7:00 o'clock tonight.
The freshman classes will hold their
mass-meeting Friday evening, at 7:15.
'They, too, will meet in the West Phy-
sics lecture room.
Miss Bigelow wishes to announce a
class in games and dancing for upper
class women at 4:00 p. m.
Winifred Mahen will hold office
hours at Barbour gymnasium every
day except Friday, from eleven to
twelve, for any business in connection
with the Woman's League.
Junior medics will hold a meeting in
the west amphitheatre of the medical
building Friday morning at 7:30
o'clock for the nomination of class
officers.

The first meeting of Lne senior engi-
neers will be held tomorrow night at
7:00 o'clock in room 311 of the engi-
neering building. Class officers and
Student Council nominations are to be
made.
All junior engineers out for foot-
ball practice, at South Ferry field at
3:30 p. m.
All junior lits wishing to try out for
the class football team call Hach at
Bell 120 today between 12:00 and 2:00
o'clock.
Junior lit class meeting in the west
physics lecture room Friday afternoon
at 5:00 o'clock.
Tryouts. for the editoril staff of 'the
Michiganensian meet in room 1 of the
Press -Building tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock.
Senior lit class meeting this after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock, Lappan hall.
The Engineering Society will hold a
business meeting tonight at 7:00
o'clock in room 311 of the engineering
building.
Junior engineer nominations for
Student Council, Friday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock in room 311, engineering
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placed Wyman, and Wilson. had gone
ward pa.:s but only one of them net
ted a gain, the rest hemng either spot
ed or ap ured.
in for Carpell in this last stage. Bare
ton was not in uniform while Boyle
spent the afternoon trying drop kicks
and showed that his work in this line
is still clever.
Regulars are Still Weak.
The display of the varsity was not
impressive at any time. It looked like
the old trouble, a weak line, that did
not open the holes for the backfield,
or let men through and slowed up the
end runs. Musser and MacHale ai.
tackles seem to crouch all right but
when the Iall was snapped they did'nt
keep that crouch but stood up to
charge.' nd on defense, whietie
linemen appear to get through, they
don't tackle well when they have the
chance. The varsity tried several for
Maultbetsch, of the local high school
and last year with Adrian, played with
the s rubs and was just about the
whole team. The little fellow was in
on every play, advancing th, ball
through ti varsity Uie, and is a won-
der on deensive work. Peterson, play
ing guard on the scrubs, also aid good
work.
There ;ll probably be scrimmae
again today and a iight signal prac-
tice tomorrow in preparation fo. the
M. A. C. game. But judging from
today's showing it is going to take
a lot of r al' work to bring the tc.m
to the oint where they can rol l;p
a respectable score Saturday.

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BOYLE AND BARTON MAY BQTIU
GET INTO THE M. A. C. GAME.
Injuries Appear to be Slight; Boyle
Gets in Uniform; Cole and
Bushnell Laid Up.
Chances that. Boyle and Barton,
Michigan's cripples, will be out of the
M. A. C. game are not so remote as
they at first seemed. Boyle was out
in a suit yesterday while Barton occu-
pied a place on the"side lines in cif-
zen's clothes. Both expressed a be
life that th'ey will be in shape to enter
1the Aggie f,,ay.
Boyle reoed the bandages from
his arm for the first time yesterday,
and in celebration of the event went
out in uniform. He was not allowed
to participate in practice but was put
at kiaking by Trainer Farrell. Farrell
did not allow Boyle a chance to cool
off, and through the scrimmage Boy'e
kicked the ball and chased it about
the field.
Barton is liable to get about all right
in spite of the injuries to his left
thigh. Barton stated that he hoped
to be out in a suit Thursday, and in
this event he should be in shape to en-
ter the M. A. C. game.
Cole and Bushnell, two other Mich-
igan players who have received slight
injuries were not allowed to partici-
pate in scrimmage yesterday.

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