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i Course Tickets including concerts by
olitan Opera Contralto (Feb. 28) and
BARRERE, Flute, CARLOS SALZEDO,
(Mar. 30), $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
PLAYER CALLS ATTENTION TO
FACT THAT MORE OF WEINBERG
RINK FLOOR IS NEEDED.
Editor, The Michigan Dily:
In the December 19th issue of The
Daly appeared an editorial entitled,
"Why Not a Hockey Team?" The rea-
sons therein set forth were good and
sufient, vii, that we are a northern
University, that skating is an aqtivity
of unquestionable popularity, that this
would be another means of uniting and
solidifying university spirit through
the tedious winter months, that awak-
engd mental activity as well as in-
creased physical endurance results
from this sport and that hockey is
another means of 'furthering the spirit
of competition' and the setting up of
another worthy Michigan tradition.
On the first sheet of the same issue
appeared the following statement from
Coach E. D. Mitchell: "There is ex-
cellent material on the campus and I
a strongly In favor of having a Var-
sity team. Of course that is up to the
men at the head of the athletics, and
we can only hope that such a team
will be made possible." In this same
article (to which I would call particu-
lar attention) Coach Mitchell announc-
ed that he had secured part of the
Weinberg rink for the hours between
4 and 6 every afternoon-but just one-
third of the rink. .
The intramural hockey schedule
will begin next Monday. The various
teams have been turning out well and
have had strenuous practices. These
practices, however, have been on a
space hardly or about a third the size
.of the rink. The result has been that
one finds it impossible to play hockey'
on sosmall a space.. It is rather a
game of shinney.
The point is this: Cannot the ath-
letic authorities arrange to securp the .
whole of the Weinberg rink for the
scheduled games sp as to provide the
space necessary to play the game of
hockey as it ought to be played?
UNION WANTS LIST
OF VACANT ROOMS
That the 'majority of troubles be-
tween students and landladies have
been straightened out by this 'time and
that there will be comparatively few
changes in rooms next semester, is
the opinion of George Hurley, secre-t
tary of the Union. There will be, how-1
ever, a number of students leaving the
University in February and more en-
tering at that time.]
In order that the incoming men may
be more easily accomodated, Mr. Hur-
ley is desirous that all landladies ex-
pecting to have vacant rooms and all
students intending to va te theirs in
the next few weeks list these roomsI
at the Union. Bet ween 40 and 50
rooms, most of theih for one or two
students, ar'e now recorded at the
Contrary to the general belief, there
is no University ruling concerning
the length of tenancy i any one
house.' It should be understood, how-
ever, that the arrangement made be-
tween the landlady and roomer is a
business agreement and should be,
regarded as such.
L'reseott Club to Hear orsythe
"First Aid to the Injured," and "Per-
sonal I4ygiene," will be the subject of
two talks to be given before the Pres-
cott club by Dr. Warren E. Forsythe,
of, the University Health service.
The 4lrst of these talks will be giv-
,en at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
303, of the Chemistry building.
PROF. CAMPBELL TO SPEAK
EFORE CHEMICAL SOCIETY
Prof. E. D. Campbell will lecture be-
fore tie University of Michigan section
of the American Chemical society at
4:15 o'clock today, in room 151 of the
The lecture which will deal with
"The Influence of Changes in Carbide
Concentration on the Electrical Re-
sistance of Steels," will give some of
the conclusions which have been arriv-
ed at as a result of researches carr
on by Professor Campbell during the
past five years."
Due to a mistake in proof-reading
the University ad of sale on army
shoes by the University was made to
read $5.00. The price of the new
shoes is $5.50.-Adv.
MULLANES TAFFIES at Tices'
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
veived every week.-Adv.
"Some Time," Arthur Hammerstein's
latest musical comedy success, with
Frank Tinney at his drollest, which
will be presented Saturday evening, at
the Whitney, has just finished a rec-
ord breaking run of 39 weeks at the
Casino theater, New York.
After appearing in Ann Arbor this
company will go directly to the Gar-
rick theater, Chicago, for an all-sea-
Having become engaged to- a mil-
lionaire and reached the goal that she
had set for herself, Amelie Thorn-
dyke's social success is temporarily
turned into defeat by a careless act in
"The Beauty Market," featuring Kath-
erine MacDonald today for the last
times at the Majestic.
These furnishings are expected to
add greatly to the finished appearance
of the building. The draperies match
the color schemes of the various rooms
as arranged by Pond and Pond, the
Alice Brady will appear in "The Fearj
Market" for three days beginning to-j
day at the' Arcade. The story is by'
Princess Troubetzkoy and is apparent-
ly taken from a sensational expose
that filled the front pages of the press
all over the world. It is a tale of love
and life that holds the spectator's
attention from- be'inning to end.
BIBLE STUDY IS
AIM OF CAMPAIGN
Students will be urged by the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. during thepres-
eut week to sign up for most of the
courses in the study of religion given
in the University curriculum.
The object of this campaign of the
"Y" is to educate the student body
more in the study of the Bible and
in the courses given under its su-
pervision. These include several dif-
The "Y" has collected under its oan-
agement during the past few'months
all courses of a religious nature o be
given by the churches and the various
other organizations around the can-
pus. In the list are instructions deal-
ing with everything from the history
of religious development to present
day problems of a social nature. There
are aloo classes in training for Y. M.
C. A. and Boy Scout workers.
The promotions of these classes is
a part of a religious education cam-
paign, to be conducted after the ex-
aminations . to bring the advantages
and opportunities of enrollment and
active work in the "Y" work. A can-
vass will be effected then but as it
could not effect in any way an en-
rollment in the Uiiversity courses it
was found necessary to begin that
part before the enrollment for next
FIXTURES AND DRAPERIES FOR
UNION EXPECTED THIS MONTH
Draperies for all Union windows
will be installed by Marshall Field
and company of Clicago, by the end
of January, according .to Union of-
ficials. The majority of the electric
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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