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February 12, 1913 - Image 4

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TH:M MICHIGAN DAILY

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Much Complaint is Made Over Pay-
ment of Athletic Tax.
Enrollment in the literary depart-
ment has been increased by 80 with
the arrival of students for the second
semester. Of this number 53 are new
students entering the university for
the first time. This number is expect-
ed to be increased by about 50 by the
last of the week.
Students entering the second semes-
ter are required to pay the full annual
and athletic fees. No allowance is
made for entering the second semester
and, as a consequence, there is much
dissatisfaction among the new stu-
dents.
ALL-LAW SMOKER WILL BE
GIVEN AT UNION FRIDAY.
All students in the law department
and the entire law faculty are being
invited to the smoker to be held at
the Union Friday night. Each class
will provide a part of the entertain-
ment. J. J. Kennedy, '13L, presiding
will call on Dean H. M. Bates as the
principal speaker of the evening. Don-
aid F.tMelborn, '14L, is to consider
"The Student and the Faculty." . Mu-
sical numbers furnished by the fresh-
man quartet and a monologue by a
senior, complete the program.
As 500 tickets at 25 cents each have
been issued a record breaking crowd
is expected.
REQUIRE ORATIONS TO BE IN
SECRETARY'S HANDS TONIGHT
Orations in the university oratorical
contest must be in the hands of Karl
Mohr, '13, secretary of the oratorical
association by tonight at 10:00 o'clock.
This is the final date for acceptance,
as the class contests will begin soon.
The final university contest will be
held March 21, and the winner will
represent Michigan in the Northern
Oratorical League contest at Oberlin,
Ohio, May 2.
1913 ANNUAL HAS
BRAND NEW IDEAS.
(Continued from page 1.)
pictures of all the fraternity and sOr-.
ority houses in the vignette style. New
cuts have been made especially for this
purpose.
This year's annual will be dedicated
to Harrison S. Smalley, late professor
of economics.
HOP RIOT IS INVESTIGATED BY
COUNCIL
(Continued from page 1.)
student council which is conducting
the probe for that body accomplishes
today will have an important bearing
on any action which the faculty may
take. The student council under the*
powers given it by the senate council
can punish the offenders without turn-
ing them over to the faculty. Members
of tje stadent body last night express-
ed the desire to clear up the affair sat-
isfactorily without nece sstating any
action by the faculty.
Council Will Act Indepgndutly
"We are not going about this inves-
tigation in gum-shoe fashion," declar-
ed President Hancock last night, "We
have put the matter squarely up to the
suspected men and have asked their
cooperation in removing the disgrace
attaching to the trouble. Most of the
men have admitted that they were
present during the attack but were not
active participants.
"What we want is the men who
handled the battering ram and threw
the bricks. If discovered we hope to
be able to deal with them ourselves."

ADMISSION TO INDOOR MEETS
STILL PUZZLES.
(Continued from page 1.)
made to work, there have been many
objections to it on the grounds of the
very fact that it would be necessary
to bar a portion of the student body
from two of the meets. Also no provis-
ion has been made at all for the wom-
en of the university, who, while they
only give $2,00 to the athletic associ-

ation, should have the' opportunity to
buy a ticket for an indoor meet if they
desired, according to a great many in-
terested in the question.
It is stated by those interested in the
athletic association's plan, that inas-
much as the gymnasium will seat ap-
proximately only 1,200 the charging of
admission will provide for only those
who really desire to attend. It is also
stated that the board of regents have
decreed that the association is not
bound to provide free admission for
indoor events on the student ticket
books. Advocates of this plan also
state that the council method would
entail the standing in line for tickets,
and a complete and careful system of
checking off and a great deal of work
generally.
What the outcome of the ituation
will be is yet a question.
HOCKEYITES LOSE
THEIR HAPPY HOME.
(Continued from page 1.)
Nevertheless the manager and the
squads are not quitters so they are
trying one more cheme to best the op-
posing elements.
There is onetfactor in the manager's
favor, that is the material trying out
for the teams. Many of last year's vet-
erans are on the job, together with a
promising bunch of freshmen, and
Manager DuBois is very optimistic in
regard to the kind of hockey that will
be played providing that a suitable
place can be obtained for the winter
pastime.

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