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MAKE PLANS FOR
INTERS CHOLASTIC
Purely an Invitation Affair; Expect
This Year's Meet to Be the
Largest Ever Held
ASST.-ANAGER TRYOUTS TODAY
Active Work will be started in the
near future by Manager. Ray Mills and
his corps of assistants in preparation
for next spring's Interscholastic meet.
It is planned to make this year's meet
the largest in the history of the Michi-
gan Interscholastic,'and with that endt
in view a list of all athletically prom-
inent high schools in the country is
being compiled.
The date has not up to this time
been finally settled, but it is quite
probable that the event will again be
staged about the-middle of May. Def-
inite announcement of the time will
be made to the high' schools which
are selected, in the form of some spe-
cial invitation.
The close race between La Grange
Ill., high,,school and Lewis Institute,
of Chicago, for first honors in last
year's clash, gives promise of some
interesting sessions when the two
come together again this year. The
entrance of other prominent high
schools which have not heretofore ap-
peared is sure to. furnish the La
Grangers competition of such a nature
as to keep them on the jump if they
wish to retain the leadership which
they gained last spring.
All assistant interscholastic mana-
gers are asked to meet at the offices
of the Athletic Association in the
Press Building on Maynard Street at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon, when ini-
tial plans will be outlined.
Manager Mills has also issued a call
for all sophomores in the university
who wish to try out for the position
of assistant manager. It is essential
that the second-year men who are in-
terested in the interscholastic mana-
gerships attend the Meeting in the
athletic offices this afternoon.
EIGHT NURSES GRADUATED FROM
UNIVERSITY TRAINING SCHOOL
Eight graduation certificates were
distributed yesterday among nurses
in the University training school for
nurses, by the board of regents. Those
to receive' the diplomas were as fol-
lows:
Anna Everson, Hancock; Mrs. Maude
Kelley, Hudsonville; Carola McConnel,
Hartford, Pa.; Mabel Myers, Adrian;
Ethel Boice, Ypsilanti; Mary Breis,
Hubbell, and Beulah Browning; Or-
chard Lake.
tGood Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.
THE DAILY S

o Indoor Baseball
Games on Tonight
Athletes Will Be alloird to Iecuper-
ae: Three -ames Willi Be Played
Tomorrow Nigltl
In accordance with the policy of the
intramural office as followed after
holidays, namely, to allow the class
athletes time to recuperate from their
strenuous exertions of the vacation
period from the University, there will
be no indoor baseball games tonight.
It is hoped that this will give the vari-
ous managers time to get in touch
with theumembers of theiraseveral
teams, count thle missing, and lay
plans accordingly. The rest thus pro-
vided should improve the character of
the contests tomorrow* night, when'
three games will be called.
At 7:00 o'clock the J-lits will meet
the architects in the first game of the
schedule after the vacation. This game
will be followed by a battle between
the soph engineers and the senior en-
gineers, the game to be called at 7:40
o'clock. In the last period of the
night the harm ics and the J.-engineers
clash, the duel to begin at S8:20 o'clock.
MAY GET PRACTICE SEASON
FOR CLASS BASKETBALL MEN
Intramural Department to Take Steps
to Secure Gym; Ask All
Managers to Report
Steps to secure the use of Water-
man gym for the class basketball men
before the season opens will be taken
by Intramural Director Rowe,, thus
enabling the teams to get in some
preliminary practice on the evenings
on which the class indoor players are
not using the floor.
In the past no practice prior to the
announcement of the schedule has
been afforded the basketball players,
and they have had to start without
much team work having been devel-
oped. Under this new system, if it
is followed by Secretary Smith, the
Intramural office expects to have the
teams in shape two weeks earlier than
in previous years.
The playing season will probably
not begin until after the examinations
are over, bit the managers of the class
teams are asked to see Director Rowe
in the Intramural office as soon as
possible. It is expected that they will
be ;able' to start their men on the 20-
minute practice sessions in the near
future.
Governor Ferris Passes 63d Year
Lansifig, Jan. 0.-Governor Wood-
bridge N. Ferries reached his sixty-
thir'd birthday today. He returned
from Indiana last night so that he
might spend the day at his home in
Big Rapids.

ATHLETES PREPARE
FOR TRACK SEASON
To hold First Meeting for Candidates
Next 7uesday in Physics
Building.

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FORCE

The first real preparations for
Michigan's 1916 track outfit began
yesterday afternoon, when fully 30
candidates presented themselves at
Waterman gymnasium for the prelim-
inmary wvorkouts. Many athletes who
had as yet to make "their initial "con-
Ing out" for this season donned their
suits and took a light workout in the
endeavor to get the kinks out, and
shake some of the dust from their
uniforms.
As usual, the shot putters were out
in force, five of them working out
with the 16-pound ball, and from this
number Coach Farrell hopes to de-
velop a team of first class men. A
number of pole vaulters were also
numbered among those present dur-
ing the afternoon, and the men in
this branch took the opportunity to
try the new mat which has been com-
pleted for them.
The first meeting for track candi-
dates will be held in the west lec-
ture room of .the physics building next
Tuesday evening. While as yet the
program for the evening has not been
announced, it is hoped to secure sev-
eral good speakers for the evening's
entertainment.
NEW WRESTLING COACH AT
PENN HAS HARD SCHEDULE
Julian T. Machett, former inter-
collegiate wrestling champion, is the
coach for the University of Pennsyl-
vania wrestlers this year, and with
the material now on hand he expects
a successful season in spite of th,
difficult schedule.
Six strenuous 'sessions are before
his men. The schedule follows:
Feb. 12-Navy, at Annapolis.
Feb. 19-Yale, at Philadelphia.
Feb. 25'-Princeton, at Philadelphia.
March 4-Cornell, at Philadelphia.
March 11-Columbia, at New York.
March 17-18-Intercollegiate cham-
pionships, at Princeton.
Roosevelt Plans Voyage to Indies
New York, Jan. 6.--Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt will
make a voyage to the West Indies, and
will start on February 15 with the ex-
pectation of staying until April 1.
The colonel's engagement for speak-
ing before Illinois Progressives in
Chicago, February 12, has been can-
celled.

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Seeks Coach for California.
Berkeley, Cal., Jan. 6.-John A.
Stroud, graduate manager of the Uni-

versity of California, has left
east, it was announced today,
purpose of securing a coach
university. It is said that a
of eastern men have applied
position.

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X. A. C. Adopts New Sweater Colors.
East Lansing, Mich., Jan. 6. - The
color scheme of the sweaters which
are given to Varsity men has been
abandoned, and instead of the old
system of green letters on white sweat-
ers a new idea has been substituted.
The football sweaters just given out
to the successful men are of green
color with white letters.
Now
is none too soon to make arrange-
ments for our Taxi service for the J-

Rabbits Causing Havoc in Austral
St. Paul, Jan. 6.-Keefe Stone,
prominent ranch owner in Austral
declares that a curse more deadly th
war has been overrunina the Isla
Continent. The pest consists of se
eral million rabbits of a wild and :
rocious species, which are devastati
all gardein truck, trees, shrubs a
grass. The men are practically a
gone to the war, and "drives" ma
by the women inhabitants have on
slightly remedied the situation.
The Ann Arbor Press-Phone No.

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Company. State St. Tailors.
Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.

Latest dances taught at the Packard
Academy.
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shaves a week.

One of the most popular and fre-
quently visited young ladies during
the past two weeks, seems to have
been Miss La Grippe.
Perhaps one of the funniest sights
that we've seen since returning from
a Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year, thank you, was the spectacle of
a youn man industriously unpacking
a trunk which hadn't moved since be
packed it two weeks ago.
A certain junior engineer who ad-
mits that he lives in Cleveland, pains-
takingly packed his things on the
Tuesday that the university closed,
and then promptly forgot to send the
trunk. This slight oversight meant
that the wardrobe on his back was
about all that was immediately avail-
able, although we understand that
there are a few haberdashery stores
even in Cleveland.
Anyway, the young roan in question
saved himself express charges and he
probably gleaned lots of valuable in-
formation regarding the highly scien-
tific art of packing.
Anyway, that game with Washing-
ton University sounds impressive, and

when we beat them someone may con-
fuse it with the University of Wash-
ington or Washington state and Michi-
gan may acquire a real reputation---
though unearned.
Suggested New Year's Resolution-
I hereby firmly resolve not to. look,
glance or peek .t my watch during
classes, and with this noble purpose
uppermost in mind respectfully re-
quest that each of my profs shall
station me upon the left of some fair
maiden who carries the time attached
to her wrist-fully exposed.
Walter Camp--may he eventually
rest in peace-now comes to the front
with the statement that Oliphant
should have been on his first All-
American team in the place of Ma-
comber of Illinois. Camp seemedto
be having considerable trouble. with
his teams last year-even more than
usual if one can accredit this state-
ment.
On the front page of yesterday's
Daily was one stpry announcing the
dates of the football team and over in
another column was a paragraph
about the captain of this same team
which indicated that his dates will be
pretty well filled, too.

TURN OVER
A NEW LEAF

But don't lose sight of the fact that it's the record you have on the sheet at the end of the
year that really counts. - dive your digestion a fair chance -resolve to take at least one meal
every day at

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And at the end of the year your regained health and increased
will prove how easy it is to live up to a good resolution that
tear of daily use.

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We are here to serve you-come in and
see how well we can do it.

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