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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRI

PREMEDICS URGED
TO CHECK UP WORK
Students who are expecting to en-
ter the Medical school next October
should check over their college cred-
its carefully and make sure that they
meet all the entrance requirements
to that school, Dr. C. W. Edmunds,
assistant dean of the Medical school,
anounced yesterday. It is quite prob-
able that no entrance conditions will
be allowed next year on account of
the rigid rules of the various state
examining boards.
In case any student has doubt about
his eligibility, he should go to the
Medical school office and have the
matter settled. It has happened ev-
ery year in the past that several stu-
dents have thought that they had all
their entrance requirements com-
pleted, then have found that they
were lacking in some one subject,
and have had to delay their entrance
into Medicine for a year.

High School Boys
N)ay Go Toqueless
Some Ann Arbor high school stu-
dents have been wearing the class
toques of University men. Of 16
high school boys noticed yesterday,
six sported freshmen toques, three
sophomore toques, one junior, and six
senior. This practice has continued
for quite a while and no definite
steps have been taken to stop it.
The traditions committee of the
junior class has had the matter un-
der consideration and has come to
the conclusion that something should
and will be done. A sizeable collec-
tion of toques of all classes might
be had for the asking in the near
future.
Foresters Plan Improvement
Washington; Feb. 1.--The American
Forestry association has received in-
formation from Frederick L. Smith
of Philadelphia that the late Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt, in one of the last
letters he wrote, approved the plan
suggested by Mr. Smith for the Lib-
erty Memorial by linking up the
highways of the country, improving
them with suitable bridges and parks
and planting trees in certain places
along, the highways. This plan was
proposed as a means of commemo-
rating the Americans wholost their
lives in the war.

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SUNDAY SERYICESIN
ANN AROR CHURCHES'
Zion Lutheran Chureh Rev. E. C.
Stelihorn, Pastor
10:30-Memorial sermon. Subject,
"Life's Mysteries."
9:00-Sunday school.
7:30-Sermon. Subject, "Provi-
dence, What Is It?"
St. Paul's Eviangelical Lutheran
Church, Rev. H. G. Braurer,
Pastor
10:00-Memorial service.

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First Baptist Church, Rev. J.
Wells, Pastor
10: 30-Memorial service. Sub,
"Great Victories."
11:50--Guild Bible class.
6:30-Guild meeting led by A
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Presbyterian Church, Rev. L. A. Bar-
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10:30-Memorial service.
6:30-Social hour.
6:30 - Young People's society
meets.
Congregational Church, Rev. Lloyd C.
Douglas, Pastor
10:30-Sermon. Subject, "Martyrs."
Methodist Church, Rev. A. W. Stalk-
er, Pastor
10:30-Memorial service. Subject,
"Helping Our Dead."
12:00-Bible classes.
7:00 - Illustrated lecture on
"Child Life Around the World."
Church of Christ, Rev. F. P. Arthur,
Pastor
10:30-Sermon. Subject, "Henry
Martyn, a Man of God."
7:00-Sermon, "The True Keys to
True Happiness."
Trinity Lutheran Church, Rev. L. M.
Wallick, Pastor
10:30 - Sermon. Subject, "The
Law."
11:30-Sunday school.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE REPRESENTED
AT STATE CLUB MEETING
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Doris Mc-
Donald, '19, and Emily Powell, '19,
will represent the Women's league at
the annual meeting of the State Fed-
eration of Women's clubs, to be held
Feb. 18, 19, and 20, at Battle Creel,
Mich.
The Women's league is the largest
organization to be represented at the
meeting, and its members are the
youngest. The meeting was to have
been held in October but has been
postponed twice.
KALAMAZOO WINS FROM HOME
HIGH SCHOOL QUINTET, 20-8
With half of the regular team miss-
iAg from their line up, the Ann Ar-
bor high school lads submitted to a
stinging defeat at the hands of the
Kalamazoo high school five, when the
latter went home with the bacon by
a score of 20 to 8. The visitors' first
string men easily outplayed the home
subs from the beginning to the end
of the contest.
Speaks on Philippine Development
Prof. Roy S. Swinton, of the En-
gineering college, will speak at the
student forum meeting held at 6:30
Sunday evening in the social room of
the Congregational church. The sub-
ject will be, "America at Work in
the Philippines." Professor Swinton
has spent a number of years in the
Islands and speaks from an instruc-
tor's point of view on the value of
democracy in developing the natives
into good citizens.
In the baseball season of 1909
Michigan brought in 140 runs to her
opponents 59.

TODAY-SUNDAY
Put a little white bow on your coat
lapel, and go to church.
FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS
EXAMS. And no Daily to cheer you
up when you come down in the
morning. We have to take 'em, too.
Friday, Feb. 14--All-senior dance at
the Union.
MANY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
GIVEN TO HILL COLLECTION
Many valuable exhibits of musical
instruments have been contributed by
the faculty of the University and cit-
izens of Ann Arbor to the Stearns,
collection in Hill auditorium.
An African signal whistle, which
is placed in case VI, number 448-A,
was contributed by Dean John R. Ef-
finger. Professor Francis W. Kel-
sey presented the buzine, number
804, case VIII, which is one of the
most unique exhibits in the collection.
Mrs. Lucy Granger gave several
wood-wind instruments, Martin A.
Ives presented a banjo, and Profes-
soi Albert A. Stanley, a banjorine.
The Allmendinger Music house, Grin-
nell brothers, and the University Mu-
sic house have also given valuable
gifts.
NATIONAL Y. W. C. A., PLANS
MEETING ON RECONSTRUCTION
Reconstruction will be the principle
subject of discussion at the nation-
al students' conference of the Y. W.
C. A. to be held Feb. 20 to 23 at
Evanston, Ill. The conference of
students will be preceded by a meet-
ing of Y. W. C. A. secretaries Feb.
16, 17, 18, 19.
Miss Eva Lemmert- will attend the
meeting of secretaries and will stay
for the students' conference. The
University Y. W. C. A. will be repre-
sented by Emily Loman, '19.
Definite plans for the program of
the conference have not been made.
Reconstruction will be the main
topic of discussion.
George Sisler Visiting in Ann Arbor
Lieut. George H. Sisler, '15E, is
spending the week-end in Ann Arbor.
Sisler is the greatest man in the his-
tory of Michigan baseball. On the
St. Louis club of the - American
league last season, his batting aver-
age was second only to Ty Cobb's.
Since September, 1918, he has been
in the chemical branch of the engi-
neering corps, stationed at Camps
Lee and Humphreys.
A total of $113,000 has been given
by the University of Kansas to war
work.

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